by Lyubomir Dobrev | Approximate reading time: 2 Minutes

Behringer knocked it out of the park in 2020 with Wing  ·  Source: Behringer

Behringer Wing Digital Mixer

Behringer's Wing DIgital Mixer  ·  Source: Behringer

 ·  Source: Behringer


The wait is over. Well, almost. Following a much publicized product launch, the X32 successor in all its glory is now up for pre-order at Thomann. With first stock scheduled for 2 to 3 weeks from now, it won’t be long before you’ll be able to get your hands on the fancy digital mixer. With 16 buses , four main outs and eight aux , a matrix with eight inputs, and tons of effects courtesy of Behringer-owned TC (among others), the Wing is indeed a promising product at a price that seems smart.


Recently, Behringer shared a new video that is currently only available exclusively in the Music Tribe Community. Here are the key specs about the Personal Mixing Console summarized:

  • 8 Midas Pro Mic Preamps
  • 8 Midas Pro Outputs
  • 24 motorized 100mm faders
  • 3 separate, fully configurable sections
  • Touchscreen
  • Up to 144 input and output signals with 3 AES50 ports
  • Klark Teknik SuperMAC technology
  • 11 Rotary controls for channel strips
  • Optional module for 64 x 64 channels via Ethernet – Support for Waves SoundGrid or Dante / AES67
  • 48×48 channel USB2.0 audio interface with DAW remote (emulates HUI and Mackie Control)
  • Dual SD Live Recorder / Player for up to 64 tracks
  • Additional 4-channel control system with rotary controls, buttons and parameter displays
  • Premium FX Rack with 8 stereo processors and emulated effects from TC, Lexicon, Quantec and EMT
  • Standard FX rack with another 8 stereo processors
  • Can also integrate outboard equipment in the mix
  • 5 plug-in slots for all 40 stereo inputs
  • Insert FX slot and 4-band parametric equalizer for all 8 stereo auxes
  • Custom control with 16 buttons and four rotary encoders for free assignments
  • 4 main outputs
  • 16 stereo buses
  • 8 matrix busses with dual inserts, 8-band parametric EQs , Strereo Image Processor and dynamics processor
  • 2 Ethernet ports
  • Built-in expansion port for more audio interface cards, MADI and ADAT / WC
  • StageConnect Low Latency Interface with 32 channels for monitoring
  • AES / EBU
  • 8×8 TRS Aux IN and OUT
  • 2 headphone connections
  • MIDI In / Out
  • 4 GPIO ports
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 201 x 870 x 575 mm
  • 24 kg weight

Now that’s a very extensive list! Reads like a 2019 update of the X32 – no big surprises, but certainly no disappointment. What do you think? Are your expectations met? What has Behringer forgotten? Share your sentiments in the comments section below!


Price and availability

You have to pay EUR 2999 to stretch the Wing’s err, wings in a few weeks time. Links below:

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