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  • reuban paul
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-10-12

    hi i have bought a brand new B-1 condenser mic but its not getting activated in cubase 10.3 Le edition , im using behringer UMC 204 HD sound card

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    • reuban paul
      Rex Beckett Did you turn on the phantom power (+48V) switch at the back of the UMC204HD? Are you using an XLR/XLR cable to connect the B-1 to the UMC204HD input? Does the interface work correctly with other sources?
      • Oct 12
    • reuban paul
      reuban paul Yes the phantom power is on and im using XLR cable.....yes the interface is fine
      • Oct 12
    • reuban paul
      Rex Beckett If the interface and cable works with other mics, I suggest that you contact your supplier for a replacement B-1.
      • Oct 12
    • reuban paul
      reuban paul thanks will you contact or i will have to take it forward
      • Oct 12
    • reuban paul
      Rex Beckett You should contact your supplier directly.
      • Oct 12
  • Arsalan Siddiqui
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-10-09

    I will have to sign very closely to mic because sound is really low, and when I plug mic from my laptop then I am not able to use my head phones at the same time.

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    • Arsalan Siddiqui
      Jason Brewer Hello - thanks for contacting us. You will need to try a couple different USB cables and also check gain levels within your DAW. If swapping cables and restarting and checking your I/O connections does not help then you may want to click on support above and create a tech support ticket to see what can be done further.
      • Oct 9
  • Filipe Gonçalves
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-10-08

    Boa Noite

     

    Estou com um produto que esta me dando um pouco de trabalho, pois de acordo com o cliente esta chiando e o mesmo percebeu uma oxidação no produto. Qual a procedencia a tomar?

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    • Filipe Gonçalves
      Kyle Johnson Hello, Kyle here from Music Tribe. Please submit a Care/Service ticket by clicking on the Support link at the top of this page.
      • Oct 8
  • Mikel Markiegi
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-09-23

    Hi,

    I recently bought a Behringer Ultravoice XM8500 microphone in a well known online shop. In the spec sheet I read the microphone had 150Ohm impedance, but when I opened the microphone I bought, in the capsule says it has 250 Ohm impedance. Is it usual that the products don't meet the specs? I'm a bit confused...Has anyone recently bought this microphone? Can you check the writing in your capsule?

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    • Mikel Markiegi
      Paul Vannatto In the body of the mic is probably a small transformer that converts the capsule's unbalanced signal to a balanced output. This transformer will also change the output impedance.
      • Sep 23
      • Behringer Ultravoice XM8500 microphone impedance
        Mikel Markiegi Oh, that is probably it. Thank you very much for taking the time to answer a newbie like me!
        • Sep 23
  • Behringer
    Triber Moderator
    2020-09-17
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    2020-09-16
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  • martin maximiliano
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-09-15

    Hi there, where can you download the calibration file for the ecm8000 that I bought to use with REW? I just registered the product but I can't find where to download the calibration file, thanks.

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  • Dave Dockweiler
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-08-11

    I purchased Behringer wireless mics ULM200. The USB has cracked open and no longer works. It's never been dropped or abused. Can I get a new one? 

    Dave

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    • Dave Dockweiler
      Joe Rivers Hi Dave,

      Please submit a support case using the SUPPORT tab at the top of this page and we'll see what we can do to assist further here.
      • Aug 11
  • Richard Leigh
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-07-17
    Hi everyone, Looking for a basic lapel mic for online piano teaching. I have a great little Rode Smart Lav+ (designed for plugging into a phone), but unfortunately -- according to Rode -- it needs two adaptors to use in a mixer like this (one to convert the TRRS-to-TRS plug, another to convert TRS phono-to-XLR which also converts the phantom power from 48V to the 3~5V thee mic needs to operate). Who knew this was so complex!?! I don't need anything too high-end, it's just for VOICE (the electronic keyboard plugs straight into the 2nd mic input -- easy!), so i thought maybe an electret mic like this https://www.jaycar.com.au/stereo-lapel-microphone-with-headphone-outlet/p/AM4013 might do the trick. It's very cheap, BUT i think it will have the same problem because, from what i read of electret mics, they all seem to need a small level of power, which the phono jack won't provide through this mixer. Any ideas? Should i be looking for a dynamic lapel mic? Or maybe i just get the adaptor and be done with it. To me it just feels so round-about (so many adaptors!!!!) Any thoughts welcome, thanks :) Richard
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    • Richard Leigh
      Richard Leigh Here's the setup i was hoping to use... but failed :(
      • Jul 17
    • Richard Leigh
      Richard Leigh Even Lav mics with XLR plugs like this Shure mic (https://djcity.com.au/product/shure-cvl-bc-tqg-centraverse-wireless-lavalier-mic/) seem to say they need only 5- 10V, so will the on-board 48V phantom power actually work with this? More than what i wanted to pay for another basic mic, but maybe i need to go for something like that... ?
      • Jul 17
    • Richard Leigh
      Rex Beckett You are correct. All electret mics need a power supply. I haven't seen a dynamic lavalier mic for years - electrets are much better and smaller. I think your best bet is to get the Rode adapters. Rode products are very good and the adapters probably cost less than another mic with battery or phantom power options.
      • Jul 17
      • Wanting recommendations on a basic lapel mic to plug into a Xenyx Q802 USB
        Richard Leigh Thanks Rex. I guess it's only *one more* adpator, lol!
        Just seems weird that to plug in one simple Lav mic i need:
        LAV_Mic --> TRRS-TRS adaptor --> phono-XLR-and-power adaptor --> MIXER_input
        ...not to mention i'll probably have to add the extra 6m extension to give a bit of range with the lead! Surely means buzz & hiss entering at each point!
        • Jul 17
      • Wanting recommendations on a basic lapel mic to plug into a Xenyx Q802 USB
        Rex Beckett I think it is the same number of adapters that you tried already. You just swap the 3.5mm/6.35mm adapter for the Rode 3.5mm/XLR (VXLR+) one. If you want to extend the cable, use an XLR cable between the Rode adapter and the mixer. The balanced cable is less likely to pick-up noise.

        You can get lapel mics that are fitted with XLR connectors and use phantom power. They are usually pro-level /broadcast products and fairly expensive. I have seen budget versions on Amazon/Ebay but never been tempted...
        • Jul 17
  • Pratik Chaudhari
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-07-16
    I want to measure the sound frequency as 400, 968 and 2063 Hz. can anybody share me which microphone setup will work fine. I am going to use onboard audio jack of my PC
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    • Pratik Chaudhari
      Rex Beckett Most measurement mics require phantom power that is not provided by a PC audio input. You could use an external phantom power supply but a better option is to use a measurement mic that has a USB interface. I use the miniDSP UMIK-1 which works well with sound measurement software on PCs, tablets and phones.
      • Jul 16
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