Behringer Flow 8


Digital Mixer

  • With Bluetooth audio and USB audio interface
  • 2 Mono channels with microphone inputs: XLR (+48 V phantom power switchable)
  • 2 Mono channels for microphone and line signals: XLR / TRS combo socket
  • 2 Stereo channels for line and instrument signals: 6.3 mm jack
  • Per channel: 4-band EQ and compressor
  • Stereo main output with 9-band EQ and limiter: XLR
  • 2 Monitor outputs: 6.3 mm jack
  • Stereo headphone output: 6.3 mm jack
  • Foot switch input: 6.3 mm jack
  • USB-B port for audio transmission
  • Micro USB port for power supply
  • 60 mm Fader
  • 2 Effects processors with 16 effects
  • Fully controllable via the Behringer FLOW Control App (available for Android and iOS)
  • Bluetooth audio for direct streaming from smartphones or tablets
  • 24 Bit / 48 kHz USB audio interface with 10 inputs and 2 outputs
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 229 x 172 x 48 mm
  • Weight: 1.4 kg
  • Includes external power supply unit (5 V DC)
  • Suitable protective cover: Art.507895 (not included)
Available since November 2020
Item number 505388
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Max.number of input channels 8
Microphone Inputs 4
Analog Line Inputs 6
Analog Line Outputs 2x Jack, 2x XLR
Analog in/ out with plug-in card expandable No
Digital Inputs USB
Digital Outputs USB
Digital in-/ outputs expandable No
Word Clock No
Motorfader No
Computer interface USB
MIDI-interface No
User Interface Physical/remote
Number of faders 6
DSP Input channels 8
DSP Output Channels 4
Busses 2
Mic Preamp 4
Mono-Line Input 2
Stereo-Line Input 2
Physical outputs 4
Digital stagebox connection No
Ethernet No
Hotspot Bluetooth
Special Features Bluetooth
Multitrack Record Yes
Soundcard interface USB-B
integratated Player/Rec via USB/SD No
Recorder Format No
FX Processor 2
31 Band EQ 0
Matrix 0
DCA/VCA Groups 0
Midi Connector No
Sample rate 48 kHz
Separate Personal Monitor system No
Expansion Card slots 0
Digital ADAT No
Digital SPDIF No
Digital AES3/ASESEB No
Digital MADI No
Digital Dante No
110V capable 1
Case Optional
19" Rackmount No
Height 48 mm
Width 229 mm
Depth 172 mm
Weight 1,4 kg
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Compact digital mixer

The Behringer Flow 8 is a compact digital mixer that is adaptable to a wide range of applications thanks to its small size and its wide array of functions. All its settings can be saved and recalled at a later time. The unit can be controlled remotely via a dedicated app and also features an extra channel strip for receiving external audio signals via Bluetooth. The Flow 8 has six channel strips in total, two of which are stereo, bringing the total channel count to 8 – and hence its name. Each strip is equipped with an EQ section and a compressor. Its small size and its simple and reliable operation make the Flow 8 suitable for an extensive range of different settings – whether on stage, in the rehearsal room, or even rigged into a conference sound system.

Faders on the Behringer Flow 8 Digital Mixer

Versatile input options

The Flow 8 has two mic XLR inputs with switchable 48V phantom power. The next two inputs are XLR/jack combo sockets that can be used for dynamic microphones or line-level instruments. The additional jack inputs function both as mono and stereo – and can therefore be used to connect guitars or keyboards, for example. The main stereo output is on two XLR sockets, while the dedicated monitoring output is assigned to two 6.3mm jacks. The headphones output is in the same format. A footswitch can also be connected to trigger various functions – and last but not least, the Flow 8 stores two banks of 16 effects, which can be assigned to the channels via the console’s user interface or remotely via the dedicated app.

Smarphone mounted on Behringer Flow 8 Digital Mixert

Bluetooth control

The fate of a small mixer is that it often lands in tight spaces. To ensure that the Flow 8 remains fully functional even in this context, Behringer has developed the FLOW app, which is both Android and iOS-compatible. Simply pair your mobile device with the console via Bluetooth and launch the app to make sure the setup is working properly. The USB socket allows you to send the eight tracks straight to a DAW. The main stereo output has a 9-band equalizer and a limiter to prevent clipping, which can also be accessed via Bluetooth. Last but not least, the Flow 8 is class compliant, which means it can also be connected to an iOS device for multi-track recording using a camera connection kit and a DAW program.

Behringer logo on Flow 8

About Behringer

The company, which was founded in Germany by Uli Behringer and now manufactures its products in China, has been known for affordable and great-value equipment since its very first product, the Studio Exciter F. An array of mixing consoles (such as the Eurodesk MX8000), signal processors, and later sound amplification and monitoring equipment, has made it possible for countless musicians to fit out their home studios, practice rooms, and mobile PAs within budget limits that were previously unthinkable. The acquisition of other companies, including Midas, Klark Teknik, and TC Electronic, meant that new product groups were added - and also resulted in the technical expertise of these companies being incorporated into product development.

Gain staging for dummies

The EZ-Gain function automatically adjusts the gain levels for each of the Flow 8’s channels by assessing the loudest sounds present on each one. It can be activated on one or on all channels. If no signal is present at mic inputs 1 and 2, phantom power is automatically switched on, in case a condenser microphone is connected. These functions greatly simplify the gain-staging process. The signals are converted and processed without distortion and with little to no background noise, allowing musicians to concentrate fully on playing their instrument!

Backview with connections on Behringer Flow 8 Digital Mixer

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176 Reviews

Almost too good to be true But it is True !!
Kenyon 14.07.2022
Ok so lets get this out of the way. Can you get another digital mixer with more functionality ? Yes! Will it cost way way more YES!! .Is this the perfect device? No ,but almost .. With that said In this price bracket there is simply nothing nothing that compares in my opinion Nothing!! .
If you're in the market for digital mixer with on board effects, Parametric EQ on all outputs and Inputs, Simple Compressor limiter, Reverb and Echo Effects. 2 monitor outs , Bluetooth Audio Streaming, Remote control via Bluetooth app, Up to 10 channel recording in record mode to DAW of your choice , and much more then this is the only option for you at this price. Period !!! As long as you only need 4 XLR inputs You're good to go!


Great little mixer
Richard Lussier 15.05.2022
Preamps sound great !! Versatile little mixer, maybe not for absolute beginners, but full processing available and solid build !!!


Behringer Flow 8
Tomas irizarry Diaz 14.05.2022
The effects are of high quality x2 effects. individual and global equalization and compression , compact and light . easy to control by app


A nice mixer!
ANGR77 13.08.2022
If You are looking for small mixer with all digital features - which also can record multitracks over usb - you can stop searching. The Flow 8 is a great mixer. I like the easy handling to connect an iPhone to run both the Flow 8 app and also the Bluetooth pairings which allows you to play music from Spotify etc directly to the mixer. The newer firmware also allows 4 channels to be played back over usb.

I tried multitrack recordings with Roland Zentracker on my iPhone and also my owned developed app for raspberry pi devices - and it records 10 tracks without any problems.

The final step was to use an usb based power pack to see if I could run it completely “free” for concerts outdoors - and with a 20000 mA battery - the mixer did run for 2.5 hours. :-). The only small concerns I did found is the Bluetooth is running with 16bit streams.

A nice mixer!


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