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  • Rihern77
    Newcomer - Level 1
    Hello all...recently purchased ULM302MC dual mic system......Channel 1 and Channel 2 have a good wifi signal, however, channel 2 has no audio signal. Looking to troubleshoot the receiver or mic to determine which is bad...any ideas???
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  • tdehan
    Contributor - Level 2
    I want to record vocals and acoustic guitar at the same time using my UMC404HD interface. I want to use an Audio-Technica AT2020 condenser mic on the guitar and a Shure SM58 on the vocal. I am guessing that when I switch on phantom power because the AT2020 requires it that it will also turn on phantom power across all XLR inputs? Will this damage the Shure SM58?
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  • DanielSan85
    Contributor - Level 1


    ¿cómo hago para registrar los equipos behringer que adquirí hace poco?


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  • EthanM
    Contributor - Level 1

    Hey there, I recently purchased a Behringer302USB which has phantom power (less than 48v) that can't be switched off. I am considering purchasing a dynamic microphone such as the Behringer BA 85A to use with this interface but I'm unsure if the phantom power would damage or cause interference of any sort.
    Please let me know!
    Thanks in advance.

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  • Nacho1
    Contributor - Level 1

    hola, tengo un problema con mí micro condensador que compre, compre estas dos cosas nuevas en su paquete cerrado en un local de música, y me he bajado reaper para grabarme y me pasa lo siguiente.. la placa no me reconoce el microfono o no se prende, y prendo la alimentacion phantom de +48v y sigue sin reconocermelo, es decir no se prende el led rojo, que deberia prenderse, alguien sabe o entiendo porque me pasa esto, no puedo grabarmí voz. y tengo el cable xrl , que lo he usado con un micro de cardio peavey, pero el behringer no me lo reconoce, estoy muy frustrado

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    • Nacho1


      I believe the red LED for the +48 v Phantom power should light up whether a Microphone is connect or not. 

      You mentioned a micro condenser microphone. Is that a different microphone than the C1? 

      • April 10, 2020
  • Roseanne
    Contributor - Level 1

    Hace poco compré unos micrófonos behringer ultra302mic y me encantan pero uno de ellos comenzó a tener problemas de conección con su caja, prende una luz roja y como que se va la señal cuando estoy cantando.

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    • Roseanne


      Hola Roseanne, bienvenidos a la comunidad.


      Le sugiero que presente un ticket de Atención para la Reparación del Servicio explicando su problema. Esto se hace haciendo clic en Soporte en la parte superior de la página y luego haciendo clic en el botón Crear un ticket de atención. Esto es solo es posible si ha completado todos los campos obligatorios en su perfil. Asegúrese de completar todos los campos obligatorios en el formulario de Atención.

      • March 2, 2020
    • Roseanne

      Gracias. Lo intento pero me pide el número de serie y no sé cuál de los numeros que tiene la caja es.

      • March 2, 2020
  • hoangbaokhoa
    Contributor - Level 2

    We have sold many to clients but now they want to return because the signal not stable and drop off during singing. Some clients using many (2 or 3 sets) at the same time on stages also informed us the same, they said the ULM302MICs signals were interfered and dropped. Would you please check and advise for solution? We still have many in stock.

    Many thanks in advance.

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  • KingstonCole
    Contributor - Level 2

    Hey, guys, I'm doing a science fair project on creating a digital stethoscope, where I insert a microphone by the head of the stethoscope and then seal it off (so the continuous column of sound is preserved). The microphone then picks up the sound from the stethoscope head and transmits it to my computer through the 3.5mm headphone jack.

    Do you guys have any idea what things I would test as part of my experiment design, I want to compare 3 designs but I am not sure what criteria I should use to find which design is best? Any suggestions?, I was thinking like lowest frequency, highest amplitude

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  • KingstonCole
    Contributor - Level 2

    Hey there, I apologize for this question which is probably stupid but I've crossed a problem that I can't seem to solve with Google-fu. I have the Blue Yeticaster. (Blue Yeti mic, Ra dius shock mount, and Compass boom arm.)

    I intend to replace the Yeti and Radius with an XLR mic down the road but that isn't what I'm here for.

    I want to find a way to mount one of those box mic flags between the Compass and the shock mount in a way that would work now or when I upgrade since I intend to use the Comp ass either way. The way you see them do it in radio studios and what not. The boom arm isn't long enough to do it out of box.

    Is there an extension I can buy to put between the two? What would it be called?

    Hope I'm not being to vague or confusing.

    Thanks in advance!

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  • MyBones
    Contributor - Level 3

    At the x32 Compact, I got 1-6 Auxes-Out, 2 for monitors. I'd like to use all 1-8 as auxes. The setting is:

    8 mics into ch 1-8, ch 1-8 routed to bus 1-8, auxes output 1-6 from DirOut 1-6, at the aux-outputs I have connected a R-88 recorder. This means, the recorder gets the signals from the ch 1-6 over aux-out 1-6. Problem is, that i cannot get the auxes 7/8 connected to the R-88 recorder, because the are reserved for monitors. If I activate the monitors menue, I can set Aux 7/8 as the monitors output, but then I have to set ch 7/8 on solo, and the signal is depending on the monitors level knob and they are linked and pre fader.


    How may I disconnect the 7/8 Aux from monitor and have them unlinked ?







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    • MyBones

      You can't.  The last 2 aux out sockets labelled "monitor" are fixed to the console's solo bus, you can't un-patch them, so if you try to use them as direct outs you're basically sacrificing the console's solo functionality. You can set channels to solo AFL instead of PFL if you want them recorded post fader. 


      Do you have any free XLR outputs you could use instead?


      PS, you could route direct outs from channels rather than going through buses if you want.

      • January 27, 2020
    • MyBones


      Obviously, one can get around this by using additional XLR-Outputs, but I think it is a waste of opportunities, to fix channels to solo buses. It would be more flexible to leave them configurable.

      I think it would have been better, to design the auxes "8 in" and "8 out".

      In my settings, I have not much use of monitors, but this depends on the current situation.





      • January 27, 2020
    • MyBones

      @MyBones wrote:

      I think it is a waste of opportunities, to fix channels to solo buses. It would be more flexible to leave them configurable.

      You have to realize that the X32 design was conceived over 10 years ago and has been in production over 7 years. And when it was first released, it's price was less than half of its nearest competitor. If you really have to have that flexibility, consider getting the newest member of the family - the Wing. Already there are complaints that the Wing does not come with dedicated channels (eg. main LR). Evidently you can't please everyone. 


      • January 27, 2020
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