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  • Bjorn218
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-08-22

    I recently upgraded my audio interface from a 1394 device to a PCI Card that uses ADAT in and out.  
    I am trying to use my ADA8000 to output to a set of powered monitors. I am getting no audio from any of the 4 pairs of analog outputs from the ADA8000. I have never used the outputs before a have never realized I had defective gear.  All inputs work good and the unit is sending signal to my sound cards routing software as well as being seen in the DAW.. Both the DAW and routing software also see all outputs of the ASA800.  
    I have also performed a loop back test on the ADA where I connect one ADAT cable to the o and out of the ADA and send signal (taking into a microphone) into the unit while seeing if audio is passed though. I still am not getting any audio to the outputs. 
    Am I missing something on this unit?  I can't believe all outputs are dead when I have all inputs functioning as well as sending And receiving audio from the sound card. The sound card was its own issue to set up, I'm hoping for a simple fix to get this thing to pass audio. 

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    • Bjorn218
      Paul_Vannatto Make sure that the ADAT settings of the PC card is identical with the settings in the ADA8000. I have an ADA8000 but haven't used it in years and mostly as an 8 chan DI (with a short loopback Toslink cable).
      • August 23, 2020
    • Bjorn218
      john0121 When you tried the loopback did you have the ADA set as Master? are you sure you were using a good toslink cable? With the loopback there should be 1 to 1 input to output.
      • August 24, 2020
    • Bjorn218
      Bjorn218 Not playng this. May I have an authorized service center name and address for San Antonio, TX please?
      • August 29, 2020
      • No audio output on ADA8000
        Paul_Vannatto Click on the Support menu item and submit a support ticket.
        • August 29, 2020
  • hormi77
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-07-21

    Hi, i would like to know if its posible to have a stereo aux out for my inears, beacause i am keyboardist and i play a nord stage with panorama sounds. I use an AUX to conect my in ears, but i dont know why there is no way to make it stereo. thanks for your help

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    • hormi77
      john0121 Hi Hormi77, you can link buses together on the XR18. Just click on Bus 1 on the right side of the app and then the Bus1 fader which appears in the Main Fader position. Click channel along the top and you will see that you can turn the link on. Bus 1 will link to Bus 2 and they are assigned to Aux 1&2 by default. You can repeat this for 3/4 and 5/6 if required.
      • July 20, 2020
    • hormi77
      hormi77 Thanks John, but if i understand, i should conect two wires in two aux, for each chanel, and conect it to one wire (to my inear) correct?
      • July 21, 2020
      • Stereo on x air xr 18
        john0121 The only way to have stereo out of the Auxes is to link the buses in this way. Left signal will be on Aux 1 and Right signal will be on Aux 2, you then can send this into the Left/Right side of you in ear monitors.
        • July 21, 2020
    • hormi77
      MusicallySavage Yes on all accounts. Another way is to simply use the head phone port and through the App you can assign what goes into those headphones. LR, pre/post fade, individual buses as well as linked buses.
      • July 25, 2020
  • gsewell52
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-07-20

    I'd like to do a live virtual concert with small band using the Behringer mixer, but ideally rather than run through the Bose speakers, run the mixer directly to my computer. I have the USB connector cable, but it appears to expect sound out from the computer. Is there a way I can have a zoom meeting and have the mixer feed sound into the computer?

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    • gsewell52
      RexBeckett You should be able to select the mixer as sound (Mic) input in Zoom Audio settings. The mixer USB device is normally labelled USB Audio Codec. You need to set the sample rate to 48kHz for Zoom.
      • July 20, 2020
      • Behringer X1222USB to Zoom
        gsewell52 Thanks, Rex - that worked. Not sure where to set the sample rate to 48kHz - is that a mixer setting?
        • July 22, 2020
      • Behringer X1222USB to Zoom
        RexBeckett You can set it through Windows Control Panel -> Sound -> Recording -> USB Audio Codec -> Properties -> Advanced.
        • July 22, 2020
  • AaronPlant
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-07-19
    Hi there, I am trying to add my new S32 interface to my X32 RACK mixer. The unit is connected correctly using the AES50 A port on the mixer, and the same port on the X32 RACK mixer using the correct CAT-5e Ethercon cable. The interface seems to be recognised, but in the AES50 Setup page on the mixer, the device window for the AES50-A port is not showing an image of the S32, as it did for my S16, but is showing the message 'UNKNOWN'. I have tried re-sonnecting several times, but the message is persistent. The interface appears to actually work, and the phantom power controls all work correctly, but the HEAD AMP gain seems to be behaving a little oddly, not following the gain setting on the mixer very well. The interface is not following the gain settings accurately, and 'jumps' in larger increments than the encoder on the mixer is giving. Rather weird. I have also tried using the local head amp control option in REMOTE on the same setup screen, but this doesn't seem to have any effect. I should also add that both units have the latest firmware updates! Am I doing something wrong with the interface? If anyone has any ideas - I would be very grateful! Thank you :)
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    • AaronPlant
      GaryHiggins Hello Aaron, did you look at it in X32 Edit? wondering if it identifies it properly there? You are using X32 firmware 4.02, Edit version 4.01 and S32 version 1.7? I would try another cable to start with, sometimes a minor defect can make things strange. The increment jumps is normal, the 2 devices don't use the same ranges, one (I think the S32) increments in 2.5 db, the mixer in .5 db increments. So the S32 won't update till it reaches its increment point. I was assured very early on that even though the values in between were not visually updated, the actual gain was. I might suggest trying to verify the firmware of each device again. If it were me, I might try to reinstall it in both units.
      • July 19, 2020
    • AaronPlant
      Nigel67 Have you tried another cable? For test purposes a standard computer ethernet cable will do and 2 or 3 m in length. Also try plugging the S32 into the B port and see if it gets recognised. i know that you already said that you had checked the software versions are the latest, but could you just check one more time please.
      • July 19, 2020
  • kevonavitch
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-07-08
    Wondering if anyone has run into this problem. I am using an X-Live card in my X32 to record. When I use a bank of 8 inputs from Local or an AES50 device, I can record. However, when I set up a custom "User In" bank of inputs, the sound does not seem to route to the X-Live card. The same User In bank works with the regular Inputs routing (I hear/see the sounds in the assigned channels). I realize there was a firmware and software update for the X32 to make this work. Wondering if the X-Live needs a firmware update to work. (Theoretically the routing happens in the X32 so I cannot see why the X-Live requires it but will admit I have not tried that as an option yet.) Thanks!
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    • kevonavitch
      RexBeckett You need to set User Out that matches the User In and route that to the Card outputs. The X-Live firmware should be version A12.
      • July 8, 2020
    • kevonavitch
      GaryHiggins The X-Live cards did have a firmware update but that was a while ago-could be 2 years even. When you use the user in you are changing the card out routing to complete it correct? I tried to add a photo and it won't post...(and sorry Rex I did not see your post)
      • July 8, 2020
    • kevonavitch
      GaryHiggins trying here
      • July 8, 2020
    • kevonavitch
      kevonavitch Thanks Rex and Gary for sharing your thoughts. Gary - I noticed from your image that the User Out is before the User In for the Card tab. I am now wondering if maybe I was setting the User Out rather than User In. I'll also check the X-Live card firmware version. That gives me two things to try to solve the problem. Much appreciated!
      • July 8, 2020
      • X-Live and Custom "User In" Routing
        GaryHiggins User out as a card out source gets you the added benefit of using the out 1-16. p16 1-16 and aux out routing to enable tap point options for your ch direct outs should you want that.
        • July 9, 2020
      • X-Live and Custom "User In" Routing
        kevonavitch That makes sense. Thanks for clarifying.
        • July 17, 2020
    • kevonavitch
      kevonavitch Checked my settings and, sure enough, I was setting the customer settings for User Out rather than User In (the label runs off the screen so I did not bother scrolling over). Set the selection to User In and am now getting the custom routed signals. Thanks Rex and Gary for your generous insights.
      • July 17, 2020
  • Simon78
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-07-06
    Hi, I’m a complete novice so apologies ahead for a basic question: I have a Rode Wireless Go lavelier microphone which I’m trying to mix with music through the Behringer Xenyx 1202. However, there doesn’t appear to be a signal received. The mic receiver is battery charged and the output is through a 3.5mm stereo jack, which I have to use an adapter for a 1/4 in jack into the mixer. My only clue is that it has something to do with the voltage and may need to have a preamp to boost before it goes through the mixer? If so, what preamp? Or have I missed something else?
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    • Simon78
      RexBeckett The Rode Wireless Go receiver outputs a mono signal on both sides of a stereo 3.5mm TRS connector. If you use a simple 1/4" adapter to connect to a balanced mixer input, the two signals will cancel completely. Instead you need to split the stereo into dual mono and just use one of them. A 3.5mm TRS to dual XLR-M stereo splitter cable like this would be suitable. The maximum receiver output is +3dBu which is quite low for the mixer's Line inputs but should be OK for the mic-level XLR inputs with a low gain setting.
      • July 6, 2020
  • SeanGerrity
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-07-04
    So I made the mistake of buying a new Mac with Catalina installed and I’m using an X32 with the latest firmware connect via usb. Audio works great for roughly 3-5 mins before I get digital distortion and clipping. I’m assuming this is due to Catalina. When I switch out the new Mac for my older laptop running High Sierra, I get no issues. Does anyone else have a similar problem?
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    • SeanGerrity
      DaveMorrison It's not a common problem with Catalina. I haven't had a problem with Catalina on a new machine. Are you using a USB-C connection and or a hub?
      • July 3, 2020
    • SeanGerrity
      SeanGerrity Hi Dave. Turns out the expansion card was OLD and bad. It was the X-UF (I believe) card. I had an extra interface card, (X-USB) and everything is playing nicely now. Thanks so much for the quick reply.
      • July 5, 2020
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