Behringer knows how to make em. This XENYX 1002B is a perfect fit.
As I have mentioned before I have an iTunes Podcast that I host called The Ministry Podcast. My previous Mackie 16 channel mixer finally kicked the bucket after years of abuse. I didn't need a concert rig for my podcast because I generally use 6 channels or less so I ordered the Behringer XENYX 1002B. It really is perfect for what I need. There are 10 channels total available with 4 of those channels being hybrid between XLR inputs or 1/4" instrument inputs. There are 2 auxiliary ports for a monitor channel and an FX processor. The best part is that it can be powered by 9 volt batteries. All of my gear can now be completely mobile and I don't have to worry about finding a power source for recording. Plus if the power ever fails then I can still be recording without a hitch. I have used many Behringer products over the years and have found a happy medium between price and features. This mixer is working great for me and I look forward to putting it through its paces. Let's see if it can handle the kind of abuse that mobile podcasting can dish out. For $99 this thing packs a punch.