Behringer MX882 V2 Rackmount Mixer Splitter

(10 customer reviews)


  • with XLR 1/4″ Inputs Outputs
  • 8-channel Mixer/Splitter
  • 1U


Ultra-low noise 8 in / 2 out line mixer and 2 in / 8 out line splitter

From the manufacturer

MX882 V2


Ultra-Flexible 8-Channel Splitter/Mixer

  • Ultra-low noise 8 in / 2 out line mixer and 2 in / 8 out line splitter
  • Each channel can operate independently in mixer or splitter mode
  • Usable as 6 in / 6 out level matching amplifier or line driver

  • Converts levels between -10 dBV and +4 dBu
  • Extremely wide bandwidth from 5 Hz to 200 kHz for highest signal integrity



It’s a Mixer – It’s a Splitter

 Typical Applications

A Must-Have for Your Bag of Tricks


The MX882 is definitely one piece of gear every audio engineer and musician should always have close at hand. This ultra-flexible, little “life saver” has proven invaluable time and time again in live performances, professional recording studios, CD and digital production facilities, and a variety of other scenarios where the show simply had to go on! The MX882 is ideal for distributing a stereo signal to several outputs (splitter mode); combining multiple signals into a stereo output (mixer mode), or adapting signal levels of signals for a variety of audio applications (buffer amplifier). The ULTRALINK PRO MX882 can perform all of these functions easily and simultaneously – it is quite literally, the audio version of a “Swiss Army Knife”.

It’s a Mixer – It’s a Splitter

Basically, the MX882 consists of 6 mono channels, which can be used either as a splitter or as a mixer. For instance, a stereo program source can be connected via the Main Inputs, and then routed to any of the mono channels set to Split mode. For our example, we’ll use Channel 1 with the Split/Mix switch in the out (Split) position. Adjust the Channel 1 Balance/Pan control to set how much of the Left and Right Main Input signal is routed to the Channel 1 mono Output XLR.

Typical Applications

As we mentioned above, the ULTRALINK PRO MX882 is one of the most flexible systems of its type. Below are just a few of the applications the multitasking MX882 can accommodate: Keyboard or drum submixer Distribution amplifier for PA systems, dance clubs, theatres, churches, hotels, communication systems, etc. Add-on module for mixer channels Add-on module for FX and monitor paths Level translator from -10 dBV to +4 dBu, or vice versa

A Must-Have for Your Bag of Tricks

As you can see, the incredibly-flexible MX882 is one hand piece of gear – and just might save your next gig or recording session. Get down to your Behringer dealer – or get your ULTRALINK PRO MX882 online today!

Additional information

Weight 3.74 kg
Dimensions 19.02 × 5.87 × 1.73 cm
Item Weight

3.74 pounds

Product Dimensions

19.02 x 5.87 x 1.73 inches

Country of Origin




Item model number

MX882 V2

Date First Available

October 18, 2018



10 reviews for Behringer MX882 V2 Rackmount Mixer Splitter

  1. Scott Bloomquist

    Much smaller and lighter than earlier versionsI have an older version of this, it was fine until I think someone spilled a drink on it. The buttons even after numerous attempts at cleaning would become intermittent. I use it on my system, the mains in and out and then the rest of the outputs for powered speakers used as stage monitors and for different zones. I noticed an immediate build different, this is almost 50% smaller and lighter. Just doesn’t have that same feel, but I’ll give it a go

  2. Amazon Customer

    Good performancePros:-Good performance-Not much microphone feedback noise-I like retro look of the gain LEDsCons:-No microphone input on the front panel-No phantom power to microphones

  3. B. Mccurley

    Works perfect, but read below.One of the things I couldn’t find the answer to was if the output was just a line split or if the output volume was controlled by the volume knob of each channel. It is. So basically you get two outputs controlled by he channel knob. In my case I wanted a mix controlled by the knob for my ears out of the main outputs, but wanted the split to go to front of house mixer uneffected by the mixer, so it didn’t work out and I went to straight up mic splitter and a small 8ch mixer.

  4. dennisnv

    Handy tool …This is a very handy item. It’s currently being used as a line mixer but being able to use it as a splitter if needed is the reason I bought it. Behringer keeps coming up with ingenious solutions and I have never had any trouble with any of their equipment.

  5. Barrett Withers

    Works well as a splitterWorks well as a splitter. Did a good job of keeping the gain on all connections consistent. However it does add a lot of background noise and Distortion to the sound.

  6. Edson Tapaya

    Nice piece of equipmentVery nice to be able to split your sounds to a multiple amps.

  7. Amazon Customer

    MixerLove it

  8. RSS

    I have 2 and they’re great.I have 2 of these units used for different commercial projects and they work great. No complaints!

  9. Rosendo G.

    Es lo que esperabaMuy buenos

  10. Brett A. Stevenson

    Not Pro Gear – Poor Audio QualityPurchased to mix multiple audio sources going into my studio monitors. Very noticeable degradation in sound quality once the Behringer mixer was in the audio chain. Save yourself the trouble and avoid this product.

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