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    meejos73
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-11-17

    I recently purchased the Behringer U-Control UCA222 audio interface, hoping to be able to record MS Teams video calls. It partly works, in conjunction with QuickTime Player in screen record mode, with QT showing the audio interface as an output to record all system audio, but what it cannot do is pick up the audio from my admittedly basic iPhone earbuds with integrated mic. The 3,5mm headphone jack is strictly output only. Does anyone know of an affordable audio interface that has this feature?

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    Bigalsy
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-11-15

    Tannoy TS 2.8 Subwoofer problem. 

    I have 2 of the above, 1 of which has bn repaired under warranty but now the 2nd 1 is doing the same. The red led is flashing quickly and won't change to green. Any ideas please

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    • Bigalsy
      Nigel67 Hi Bigalsy. The subwoofer is stuck in standby mode, probably caused by a fault on the power supply. Is it still under warranty? Even if it isn't, we can still repair it. Please submit a ticket to the Service Team and they can arrange a warranty / non warranty repair for you. This can be done by clicking on the support tab at the top of the page. A new window will open. Scroll down and click on the Service tab and submit a ticket. Many thanks
      • Nov 18
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    toque2021
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-09-16

    Today, most cell phones come equipped with default krafta. These are pre-installed ringtones that are generated by the manufacturer or cellular phone service. Sometimes, the ringtones can be inappropriate or annoying, especially if you are a fan of certain music genres or artists. In order to change these default ringtones, you will have to locate and use a ringtone download for your cell phone. Here are some examples of situations in which a ringtone download might be appropriate.

    - New Text Alert Tones. When you receive a text message or a phone call from a friend or loved one, you can use the built-in messaging feature to add a short message and a pre-programmed ringtone. Some phones also allow you to manually choose from a variety of available ringtones. Note: Most Android phones identify sound effects files as ringtones even when they come from the MP3 file format, while iPhones require the file to have the proper M4R file format.

    - Auto Dialing. Most modern smartphones have the ability to conduct multiple simultaneous calls, and this feature can be utilized to automatically dial a contact's number. To do this, you simply press and hold the "Home" button, then touch the icon for" Dial-Up" on the screen.

    - Customized User Ringtones. Several companies today provide a wide range of customizable ringtones, such as ones that can be mixed and matched with incoming texts and emails. You can also opt to assign different ringtones to different contacts, so that you can easily send different alerts to different parties and organizations.

    For individuals who are planning to download ringtones to their iphone, you might want to look for sites that offer free ringtone downloads. Free ringtones are often downloadable only for a trial period, so that you can give the software a try before purchasing. To do this, search for ringtones download companies in your area using your favorite search engine. If you are a frequent user of the internet, you can easily find online sites that offer free downloads. There are also sites that offer free ringtone downloads, so you should not have a hard time finding them.

    Zedge is another excellent free ringtone maker, as it provides an easy way to make custom tones for your phone. To download your first Zedge ringtone, register at Zedge and create your first ringtone after downloading the free software. After creating your first ringtone, you can test it out on any compatible mobile device. To learn more about Zedge and other ringtone apps, visit my blog by clicking on the link below.

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    DocM60
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-08-25

    Hi.

    I opened a ticket for a repair under warranty to a faulty Behringer Ultragraph Pro FBQ1502HD in Victoria Australia. The ticket was closed with little to no support for a service centre in my area nor even country. That's a rather bad business model. Can anyone assist me to find a service centre please?

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    • DocM60
      Nigel67 Hi DocM60. I am very sorry that your ticket was not replied to. It is possible that someone did reply and the reply ended up in your spam / junk folder. Please can you look there. What was your case number? For Warranty Service, please contact the shop that you purchased the unit from and they will arrange the warranty repair, otherwise please contact our Superpartner in Australia who are Australis.

      AUSTRALIS MUSIC GROUP

      UNIT 1, 1-11 Sydenham road

      Marrickville

      Australia 46100

      (+)61 2 9698 4444

      [email protected]
      • Aug 25
      • Warranty/Service in Australia?
        Nigel67 I have just checked the ticketing system and can see that your e-mail was replied to on the 24th, so i think this must have ended up in your spam / junk. I see you also submitted a second ticket last night, but this has yet to be answered.
        • Aug 25
    • DocM60
      DocM60

      Email received -----"Please be aware that you are located in an unsupported territory.
      This means that for further assistance you will need to directly contact your nearest reseller or distributor and they will be able to advise you further.
      If you click on the below links and then press the "Buy" tab, this will give you a full list of our international resellers and service centres who can assist you." ---------Frustration as this is an unrepliable email sent, and the link just sends me back to the start. A 'dead end' ticket in actuality. Thanks for the info Nigel67, appreciate your effort. The "buy tab" sheds no light at all. It's a pain to just get a repair sorted out. I await replies to email and phone message I left. The seller was of no help either.

      • Aug 26
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    pato99
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-08-20

    I'm considering buying a FBQ800 equalizer to use with headphones driven by a computer through the headphone output jack or USB port.  The headphones are Sony #7506 with impedance approximately 60ohm.  The headphone cable has the usual single 1/8" male plug with  1/4" male adapter available.  Questions:

    Connecting computer to FBQ800 inputs:

    1) Can the output of a 1/8" computer headphone jack feed the FBQ800 directly?  If Yes, what cabling and adapters are needed?  If no, what other devices and cabling are needed to connect the headphone jack to FBQ800 inputs?

    2) Can the output of a USB port feed the FBQ inputs directly, or would I need a D/A converter between the USB port and FBQ800?  

    Connecting FBQ800 outputs to headphones:  

    3) What cabling and adapters are needed to connect the FBQ800 outputs to the headphone?  Other devices needed or recommended?

    Other things I should know for this purpose?

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    Fbch
    Newcomer - Level 2
    2021-07-22

    I run the sound at church and know very little about what I am doing. We have had this mixer for about 1.5-2yrs. The issue has been on and off but continues to get worse. The mixer generates its own WiFi that we connect to with an iPad. Very often the iPad will not connect. Sometimes it won't even be able to find the XR WiFi. 

    We have tried a few different troubleshooting ideas and nothing helps. There is nothing else (phone or computer) trying to connect to the WiFi. We have also tried other iPads. What am I doing wrong?

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    • Fbch
      Nigel67 The XR16 internal wifi uses the 2.4GHz frequency which is the most common and it could be that with all the mobile phones around, etc, the frequency is becoming log jammed. Have you tried using an external router which also uses the 5GHz frequency. This also gives the advantage that you can place the router higher up as having the antenna low down will also affect the wifi range. Please see this video that may be helpfiul.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLqc_4Q4ERY&list=RD58IfULV5V6E&start_radio=1
      • Jul 21
      • Behringer x air 16 not connecting to ipad
        Fbch I will try that this week. I have an Ethernet cable run to the sound board but I do not have a computer over there. So if I connect the mixer to my modem, I can connect to the app via the church WiFi? (Like I said, most of this goes over my head)
        • Jul 22
    • Fbch
      Nigel67

      Hi Fbch. many apologies for the delay in getting back to you. For some reason I only received the notification that you had replied this morning. How did you get on connecting to the wifi. I would advise probably using a separate router rather than the church wifi. if you don't move around the church, have you thought about getting an adapter for the ipad so that you can connect it directly to the ethernet port and charge at the same time. You can purchase Lightning to ethernet port adapters which also have a power adapter as well. A long as the ipad isn't moved around a lot for the cable to be pulled out, then this would probably be your most secure connection followed by the external router.

      • Jul 29
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    MagoLord12
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-07-19

    Hello ... I have the dr 115 dsp horn ... and the handles are very fragile, of the 3 that it has, 2 were broken and the one that remains is also broken but is still functional ... Where can I communicate to see if they can solve something .. Thank you

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    • MagoLord12
      Nigel67 Hi, please submit a Technical Support Ticket. This can be done by clicking on the support tab at the top of the page. A new window will open. Scroll down and click on the Technical Support tab and submit a ticket. Many thanks
      • Jul 19
    • MagoLord12
      MagoLord12

      thank you man.... You have a Nice day

      • Jul 19
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    chevyridah01
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-06-16

    I live in Cocoa Florida, where can I get my NU1000 repaired for a good price?

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    • chevyridah01
      KyleJohnson Hello, Kyle here with Music Tribe. I recommend you contact our Service team so they can recommend a service center. Click on Support and then on Service Request to submit a ticket.
      • Jun 16
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    JonMac
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-30

    Can someone help

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    • JonMac
      JonMac Have purchased 2 of these microphones to go with my pmp500 mixer can’t get both microphones going with the usb stick any body got any ideas how I can get both microphones to work with the mixer
      • May 30
    • JonMac
      DavidKnighton Hello JonMac,
      We sell single channel mic systems and dual channel mic systems. You bought the single channel mic systems, however what you should have bought was the dual channel mic system. You can not pair two single channel mics to a single channel dongle because it only operates on 1 channel, and you need two operating channels, one for each mic.
      • Jun 9
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    cpaamit1
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-10

    Hi all,

    I am new here. Just want to ask a simple question - can  I connect behringer PA 500BT system with TV so can do karaoke. Currently using my mobile to read the lyrics and thus have to give and take mobile depending whose lyrics currently are. I am thinking it will be easy to read lyrics on TV by the person singing the songs.

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    • cpaamit1
      Nigel67 Hi cpaamit1. You just want to send audio from the TV to the PPA500BT? If so, then that shouldn't be an issue, you just need to see what connections you have on the rear of the tv will will give an audio output. If the tv has phono outputs, then you can plug them to the phono inputs on the PPA500BT. Depending on the type of output from the TV, you may have to play around with the tv volume control. Have just checked my tv and it only has HDMI outputs, no phono, so you may have to buy some type of HDMI - phono adapter as well. Hope this helps
      • May 11
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