• 2020-06-04

    hey everybody,

    i´m looking for a PSU for a X1204USB mixer. Deos anybody know where i could purchase one or if there is a similar one that fits?

    Thanks

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    • Samuel Ruckdeschel
      Rex Beckett

      @rockdeschel 

      Hello Samuel, welcome to the community.

       

      I suggest that you raise a Care ticket for Spare Parts explaining your requirements. This is done by clicking on Support at the top of the page and then clicking the Create a Care Ticket button. This is only possible if you have completed all the required fields in your profile. Make sure that you fill-in every required field on the Care form.

      • Jun 4
  • 2020-05-28

     

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  • 2020-05-21

    Hi does anyone know where I can find a replacement psu module for the Behringer Nox606?

    It says on the PCB it's a Behringer SMPSU20, but I can't find anything online. Is it a rebrand of another SMPSU? Or could someone point me in the direction of a circuit diagram/tech spec?

    Thanks

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  • 2020-05-19

    Anyone know where I can get replacement crossovers for this PA? 2 of the caps burst open on one of the boards. Can't seem to find them anywhere

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  • 2020-05-19

    Any one know where I can purchase the USB cable for the TC Electronics Vicious Vibe?

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  • 2020-05-10

    Hi, anyone know where or if it's possible to purchase any TC Electronic Smorgasbord of Tone blank, unpainted un-drilled pedal enclosures and black knobs? Looking for 3 enclosures and 12 knobs to complete a project for personal use to match the 4 TC pedals currently being used. Thank you!

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  • 2020-05-06

    Hola buenas, tengo una etapa berhinger nx3000, esta averiada tiene varios transistores en mal estado el problema es que no encuentro los recambios exactos por estar las referencias aparentemente incompletas, haber si es posible una ayuda gracias. 

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  • 2020-05-04

    Does anyone know on what pins the cat5 cable carries power to a DP48 POE rj45 port? What voltage is required to power them via that port? The Hub4 manual says the remote power follows the 802.3at spec but it appears there are a few varieties of pin options within that spec, and perhaps with voltage as well? Using pin 4 and 5 (+) and 7 and 8 (-) with 24v dc does not do it. The power supply to the DP48 uses 24V DC. The P16M uses those same pins but with 12v dc and it works fine. Looking for POE injector options as the HUB4 seems to be quite lost at sea.

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    • Gary Higgins
      Gary Higgins

      Well I found out thanks to RL It uses the 802.3at spec, 52v dc, suspected pins are 4/5 + and 7/8 - with pos post external. neg internal. Have a supply(s) coming in the mail by next week so we shall see, I will update for anyone interested when solved (or not) and powered properly.

      • May 5
    • Gary Higgins
      Gary Higgins

      EDIT: This section has been edited to include some newer findings. I will continue to do so IF new things are appropriate or helpful to add.

       

      I received my poe devices yesterday and have started to test them. I bought several versions because I was still a little foggy on what would actually work, or if any would. The ones that do not work will get returned asap. I was heartened by my first device test as it was the second least expensive ($9) and did power up the DP48 fine-but it did not pass data, bummer. It’s possible it’s a defective unit but since it uses the 802.3af spec, that is the more likely reason. It also was a 48v unit. Since it provided power just fine, I believe a range is accepted by the DP-probably anything over 44v will power on the DP48 despite it saying 52v. This device is already packed up and ready to be returned! See the link below for background info on power ranges and much more.

       

      https://pinoutguide.com/Net/poe_pinout.shtml

       

      The Hub4 front panel shows that it sends 52v, 25 watts from each port using the 802.3at spec (Thanks again to @Roblof  for pointing me the way). So there are still several other options out there from which to choose. Most of them were difficult to sort out as the specs were difficult to find and/or navigate and not uniform in content. In other words I guess and hope for the best. To further complicate the situation, some claim to support both the 802.3at and the af spec. One reason why I thought that first device above might work ok. As it turned out that device was a switch type of device with but one port.

       

      So on to further attempts. The next device: 

       

      A combo power and poe injector. At about $60, this one listed as an 802.3at device and up to 60v supported. Happy to report it works perfectly! It powers the DP48 easily and passes aes50 data in both directions and is supposedly good for 100m runs. So my immediate need is covered. I can now remotely power my DP48 with just a cat8 (or 5/6/7) cable.

       

      I also bought a third device which is a network type switch that injects power to several devices at once. My thinking, 3-4 DP48’s could be powered by it. It comes with a power supply as well. The power supply part works perfectly, the box itself provided power via the poe port just fine but like the first device would not pass data at all. Item #2 now repacked and set to be returned! *This item may be worth getting money wise just for the power supply, leave the box part stored aside. The price is fair for the supply alone imo. ***It appears POE switches do not work at all*** (thanks Rex)

       

      Passive Injectors. The least expensive item ($7) Is a passive device and works perfectly with the correct power supply, (wide ranges supported!) it comes without any power supply but works with the one above or similar. So I believe it will be fine with any 48-60 watt power supply with the right polarity.

       

      A power supply choice:

      This power supply works fine, I used it with the $7 device above, works perfectly. Only drawback is the power plug connector is pretty short and proprietary on one end. Again a decent canidate for a power supply choice to use with passive injectors.

       

      And this passive injector was supposed to go with it

      It did NOT work passing aes50 data *(see new info below)* as it came wired with only power to pins 4/5 and 7/8  You need power AND data to those 4 pins. Aes50 uses those pins for passing data, which I now suspect is the upstream part of the bidirectional signal flow. This too will be heading back to its previous home.This one was not really a switch despite multiple ins/outs (It's a multiport passive injector) however without the data and the power on those 4 pins it would not pass aes50 data so not good for DP48 use.

      * This device will work for P16 systems!! Important note: ONLY use a 12V dc power supply for P16!!! Tested and works fine. P16 is one directional and the ultranet apparantly uses only pins 1,2,3 and 6 for passing data OR at least it does NOT use 4,6,7 and 8 for P16 data. I know this as the device has no data connection on those 4 pins as stated above but works 100% for P16M's. Interesting.

       

      That's pretty much it. Summary. You need a power supply that gives at least 48v dc. The Midas Hub sends 52V. I suspect 48-60v is fine. 48v worked for me as did 60,54 and 51v. The injector needs to be Mode B (positive power to pins 4 and 5, negative to pins 7 and 8) and passive.  802.3at spec (capable of providing higher power).The injector ports need to have all pairs "in" connected to all pairs "out" such that both data and power are shared on pins 4,5,7 and 8. AES50 and a DP48 needs all 4 pairs connected in and out to work properly.

       

      This info, to the best of my knowledge, is correct although anyone should apply it at their own risk. Correctly described/explained or not, the above devices worked or did not work as stated.

       

       

       

      • May 13
  • 2020-04-23

    I am trying to get a replacement speaker for the behringer unit I have 

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    • Paul Slater-Owens
      Rex Beckett

      @Paul63 

      Hello Paul, welcome to the community.

       

      I don't recognize 6W120B8 as a Behringer model number. If you can find a different model number marked on it, I suggest that you raise a Care ticket for Spare Parts explaining your requirements. This is done by clicking on Support at the top of the page and then clicking the Create a Care Ticket button. This is only possible if you have completed all the required fields in your profile. Make sure that you fill-in every required field on the Care form. 

      • Apr 23
    • Paul Slater-Owens
      Nic Jones

      Hi there. 
      We do not provide spare parts to end users. Your best option now would be to contact the Care team via the support tab and we can try and help you further. 

      Sorry for the delay and the inconvenience. 

      • Apr 29
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