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  • Goetz
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-08-31

    Hey everyone,

    we fixed an issue a few customers had with booting WING while being connected to a Mac running 10.14 or 10.15 Firmware 1.08.1 is now live!

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    • Goetz
      KlausMock Hi, I just tested it and almost anything seems to work fine. But if you have a tap tempo button assigned to a UDK and use it in the 4-channel section the button to not flash as it is doing in the custom control sections.
      Regards
      • August 31, 2020
      • Behringer WING – Summer Update V2
        Goetz Thanks Klaus, I'll let the dev team know!
        • September 1, 2020
      • Behringer WING – Summer Update V2
        Goetz Klaus, as it turns out this is not a bug but a feature. :-)
        • September 1, 2020
      • Behringer WING – Summer Update V2
        KlausMock Can you explain that? And some more ideas for the dev team. Routing: allow tap points similar for output routing similar to the mechanism of the X32 outputs. Add more User Signals and also there a more detailed selection of the tap points. Add possibility to direct patch input and output sockets for channel and bus inserts to avoid of burning FX slots. Add possibilty to rearrange the processing on busses too. And at last. When would we get a full offline editor for PC, Mac, Linux ans Raspberry and also a more detailed reference manual? Regards
        • September 1, 2020
  • pianopop9
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-08-27

    Hi guys - been using the X32 with the S16 for years but never had to use the outputs on the S16 until recently.  No matter what I try I cannot get the channels I want (Main L & R) routed to the S16 outputs.  I have 8 bus's being used for IEM so I even tried moving the last one of those over to the S16 so that I can utilize the factory L & R outputs of the X32 but that won't work either.  

    I saw in one tutorial that there is an "XLR" tab in routing where you can assign the XLR outputs but mine only shows XLR outs 1-8 even though I have 8 more on my S16.  The unit is connected and working perfectly for inputs already.  

    Please help as I am getting desperate now with shows coming up.  T/hanks so much!

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    • pianopop9
      Paul_Vannatto Hi Brian, you assign the outputs to the S16 on the Routing, AES50 screen, in banks of 8. Typically you would use the Routing, Out 1-16 screen to stage (put together) those banks of 8. So first assign the desired buses and Main L and R to the 16 individual outputs (post fader) on the Routing, Out 1-16 screen. Then assign Out 1-8 to the first bank of the appropriate AES50 (A or B depending on which one you have connected the AES50 cable to on the back of the X32) and Out 9-16 to the second bank.
      • August 27, 2020
      • Can't route X32 to S16 Outputs
        pianopop9 that was how I had it by default but it was not giving me independent control. I have all of my vocals going to Fx1 which is a simple vintage reverb. But when I adjust it in my main mixer screen it is affecting how much it is getting in the return on Bus 1-6. Sounds like I'm still doing something wrong.
        • August 28, 2020
    • pianopop9
      pianopop9 Hi Paul - I appreciate the quick response. I believe I have already done this with no results. I am testing by plugging a single mic into the X32 and using the master fader to mute while listening to what should be my main L & R out and the audio is unaffected by the fader. Here are screen shots of how I set it up I believe according to your instructions...
      • August 27, 2020
    • pianopop9
      pianopop9 screen shots
      https://ibb.co/zJnvtB0
      https://ibb.co/rdBcvYp
      https://ibb.co/8jVVvML
      https://ibb.co/fn4fJND
      • August 27, 2020
      • Can't route X32 to S16 Outputs
        Paul_Vannatto Are you using AES50 A or B port? If it is A port, screenshot #2 second bank is incorrect. You have assigned AES50 A9-16 (inputs) to AES50 A9-16 (outputs). It should be Out 9-16. If you are using the AES50 B port, then Gary's suggestion is something to look into (S16 mode 1).
        • August 27, 2020
      • Can't route X32 to S16 Outputs
        pianopop9 I'm using port A. I believe I took that pic when I was trying B just to see if it made a difference. When I had it on Out 9-16 it did not work. I will try Gary's suggestion now. thanks!
        • August 27, 2020
  • Rhoads
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-08-26

    Using the Wing in a church setting and loving the ease of use and versatility the board has. Having one issue with some channels randomly muting during live performances. It has occurred on the kick mic, an electric guitar amp mic and a vocal mic on several occasions. Has anyone else experienced this problem. The Wing is running the most current firmware 1.07

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    • Rhoads
      Paul_Vannatto Do you by chance have anything connected to the Wing via its midi port, or is someone using the Co-Pilot or Mixing Station apps?
      • August 26, 2020
    • Rhoads
      Rhoads Nothing connected via midi and we do use both apps but none were in use when the random mutes happened... I almost wondered if it happened as some type of a safety feature but could not find reason why.
      • August 26, 2020
      • Wing random muting on channel
        Paul_Vannatto Which mute was affected? There are mutes on the input sources and mutes on the channel strips. The source mutes automatically enables when phantom is turned on and off, then unmutes after a few seconds (when it figures that the phantom status has changed)
        • August 26, 2020
    • Rhoads
      NicJonesMT Hi Rhoads.
      Im Nic from the UK support team.
      As Paul has asked can you confirm if it is the input source or the channel strip mutes?
      If you open the effects page and leave the console does the screen change page, parameters change or any other kind of unusual behaviours?
      Could you also confirm the FW version you are using.
      • August 27, 2020
    • Rhoads
      Rhoads Attached a picture to make it easier.... It is the input mute as circled in red... however when it randomly goes into mute mode the red mute lights up in a faded red and not bright red as it does when you manually apply it. The board is running the current FW 1.07 And we also have had the board randomly start changing screens a few times also.
      • August 27, 2020
      • Wing random muting on channel
        Paul_Vannatto If you are getting random input muting, I would first suspect the AES50 cable. What length is it? Is it shielded cat5e/cat6/cat7 with ethercons? If so, I would suggest you verify continuity between ethercon shells (on each end of the cable). If the cable checks out OK and is less than 70 m in length, then I would suggest having a look at the stagebox.
        • August 27, 2020
      • Wing random muting on channel
        Rhoads Hi Paul... A bit more info I should have mentioned... Cable is about 35m CAT 6 with professionally installed ends that we fully tested. It has happened with different CAT 6 cables (we ran 3 installed lines). In addition to happening to the guitar amp mic and kick mic running from a brand new s32 stage box, it has also happened to a cordless mic that has the wireless receiver connected direct to the wing through the local inputs on the board.
        • August 28, 2020
    • Rhoads
      Indiana I bet it is ghosting on the touchscreen. Probably follows whatever channel screen is up.
      • August 28, 2020
  • MikeDrennan
    Contributor - Level 3
    2020-08-26

    Serious question for those that understand the inner workings of the Behringer Wing console:

    Why do I perceive such a noticeable degradation in audio quality from a DP48 vs. direct from the board?

    I just picked up a DP48, hoping that it would solve my greatest beef about the P16s...sound quality.  I was disheartened to discover that it still pales in comparison to a soloed bus coming right off of the built in headphone ports on the Wing.  If I create a headphone monitor mix straight off the board, my soul is happy.  There is clarity, punch, articulation and nuance from any source I throw at it.

    If I send the same source straight off of the preamp and down AES50 to the DP48, the result is flat and lifeless.  I've tried eq tricks etc with some small inprovement, but it's still no comparison sonically. 

    Can someone explain why this is true?  Are the headphone converters on the board that much better than a system that was purpose built to be a monitor mixer?  Is it a limitation of AES50?  Some sort of compression at work?  I just want to understand why they'd be different. 

    I'm afraid the DP48 will be headed back to Sweetwater if I can't get this resolved; the bells and whistles are fun, but my number one priority is pristine audio.

    Thank you all.

     

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    • MikeDrennan
      Nigel67 Hi Mike, I will put your question to the designers and ask for their input. Will get back to you as soon as I have an answer
      • August 26, 2020
      • DP48 Sound Quality vs. Wing Headphone Outs
        Nigel67 Hi Mike. We need to try and establish where this degradation of audio is happening. The DP48 can send audio bi-directionally - mix A and mix B. The signal you have sent to the DP48, can you return it straight back to the Wing and then solo that signal and see if you can still here the audio degradation. This eliminates the analogue output circuitry and will identify whether it is the headphone output that is your issue. Many thanks
        • August 26, 2020
      • DP48 Sound Quality vs. Wing Headphone Outs
        Nigel67 Another question for you Mike. What is the make of the headphones you are using. Do you know the impedance of them? Thanks
        • August 26, 2020
      • DP48 Sound Quality vs. Wing Headphone Outs
        MikeDrennan Nigel...I will try something like you have suggested when I get home. Returning the signal from the DP48 to the Wing and checking its integrity against “straight off the board signal”. The headphones are a high quality Sennheiser over the ear. I will have to check impedance and get back to you. The problem is, I am using the exact same headphones to A/B, and it clearly sounds better through the Wing.
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        • August 26, 2020
      • DP48 Sound Quality vs. Wing Headphone Outs
        Nigel67 It does sound like the headamp circuitry in the DP48, but the test you are going to do will identify this. I am sure as you have said that there is nothing wrong with the headphones, just need to know the impedance so that we can check with the same here.
        • August 26, 2020
      • DP48 Sound Quality vs. Wing Headphone Outs
        Nigel67 Do you have the impedance of the headphones Mike please or the model number so that I can look up the impedance? The output impedance of the Wing headphones is 23 ohms and the DP48 is 18 Ohms so this may make some difference depending on the headphones that you are using and there is also an AC coupling cap on the DP48 which will probably also affect the frequency response on the headphones. These differences do not influence the audio quality though.
        • August 28, 2020
    • MikeDrennan
      GaryHiggins FWIW I don't find this to be true for the DP48 (or the P16M). I find both to be quite good. "Straight off the preamps" is pre everything and should be sort of flat. So is this then an issue of aes50 ch source and the tap of those sources? Local ch's sourced direct from aes50 are pre everything. Also, what is the Wing monitor source, Main AFL? I have not seen many (none actually) complaints regarding sound quality raised with these either here or on Facebook so I have to believe that maybe there are some settings being missed along the way. That or my ears are more shot than I previously thought.
      • August 26, 2020
      • DP48 Sound Quality vs. Wing Headphone Outs
        MikeDrennan Gary, thanks for chiming in. There is a noticeable difference. Even a bandmate commented on it, without my influence. My A/B setup is such: Bus 10 carries the mix for the drummer's in-ears. We have a Mimic Pro EDrum module connected to a stage box on AES50A and routed to a stereo channel, let's say channel 10. The bus solo is set to AFL. Bus 10 is set as the source for Monitor 1 in the monitor section. When monitored through headphones from one of the two Wing headphone outs, the drums are pristine and beautiful sounding. For path B, I am sending a pre-fader user signal from channel 10 down AES50C to the DP48. When I monitor the drums through this source, they are flat and boring. There is no EQ happening anywhere, and since the user signal is a pre-fader tap, I would have assumed that I'd be getting the exact same audio quality as I do from the bus monitor, which also has zero EQ or dynamics applied. I am sending a processed stereo signal from the drum module, so all of the processing on the drums arrives at the preamp and *should be the same from either the DP48 feed, or the bus monitor section. It isn't. I can't understand it.
        • August 26, 2020
      • DP48 Sound Quality vs. Wing Headphone Outs
        GaryHiggins So drums are coming in on one ch? Seems like you may be listening to a stereo version on the Wing sending a mono aes50 ch to the dp48. Sending a stereo bus via aes50 requires 2 ch's. If you look at aes50 as the output group and then select buses as the source group, there is a a Bus10 R and Bus10 L. You would need both. You may be only hearing a mono ch on the dp48. I think a user ch that is designated as a bus may be essentially mono.
        • August 27, 2020
      • DP48 Sound Quality vs. Wing Headphone Outs
        MikeDrennan Gary, sorry for the confusion. I am routed to a stereo channel on DP48. If I can get up to the studio tonight I’ll try and take some pics of my routing. I’m definitely getting a stereo signal in the headphones off the DP48. It just doesn’t sound as good.
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        • August 27, 2020
      • DP48 Sound Quality vs. Wing Headphone Outs
        GaryHiggins Maybe you can share your snp file here using drobox or similar? It would maybe save a lot of questions by allowing a direct comparison.
        • August 28, 2020
      • DP48 Sound Quality vs. Wing Headphone Outs
        MikeDrennan Gary, this weekend I am going to try and create a simple SCN to demonstrate my problem. Then I will share it. I’m also trying to figure out how to record what I’m hearing through each source to see if others can tell the difference.
        • August 28, 2020
    • MikeDrennan
      Indiana Thats odd. Our DP48's all have great sound quality. All my musicians are overjoyed at how much better it is than the old DBX units we had with our Soundcraft.
      • August 28, 2020
      • DP48 Sound Quality vs. Wing Headphone Outs
        MikeDrennan I agree. I would expect the DP48 to give me identical quality to the headphone outs on the Wing. Trying to figure it out.
        • August 28, 2020
    • MikeDrennan
      MikeDrennan All, I had a breakthrough today when I discovered that an old power user tip from my X32 days also works on the Wing...initialize console :) Sometimes when I’m working up a scene and experimenting I’ll lose my way a bit. I initialized the console in order to create a basic, no frills scene file to demonstrate my problem. I assigned my sources, reset my gain structure, and voílà...ear candy. Thanks for the support and suggestions that put me on the right track to a light bulb moment.
      • August 28, 2020
      • DP48 Sound Quality vs. Wing Headphone Outs
        GaryHiggins Glad it's sorted!
        • August 29, 2020
      • DP48 Sound Quality vs. Wing Headphone Outs
        MikeDrennan Gary, I also wanted to tell you that I missed the “long press” to assign it as a stereo channel on DP48. Even though I had signal coming in on left and right ears, it must have been stereo summed to mono. Once I figured out how to get the stereo assignment, that’s when I got what I was after. Then I could hear all of the beautiful nuance of the Mimic Pro stereo samples just as I could off of the board. You were right!
        • August 30, 2020
  • vszalma
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-08-25

    Hello, 

    Is there a list of compatible USB devices for recording on the Behringer X Air 12 Mixer? Or a list of what the technical specs are?

    I've tried several and can only get 2 to work. They are my oldest and smallest thumb drives. If it is a size issue, it is very dissappointing since the largest I can get to work is 4GB.

    Thanks for any feedback.

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    • vszalma
      DaveMorrison It's a common problem. It only will see certain drives and a usable drive can get old and then stop working. I use a 32GB regularly. The drive has to be formatted with FAT32. It's been reported that using a PC to format it works best. Flash drives that are off brand and/or old can be unstable and unusable in these mixers (X-airs, M-Airs, X32 and M32).
      • August 25, 2020
      • X Air 12 Digital Mixer compatible USB device
        vszalma Thanks. Interestingly it is my oldest ones that work. The other ones I've tried and newer and I did format them with a PC. But I did just try another one that is 16GB and newer and it worked. So it must just be very touchy with what works and what doesn't.
        • August 25, 2020
      • X Air 12 Digital Mixer compatible USB device
        DaveMorrison I just formatted a 64GB Samsung on my Mac (Mojave) with Fat32, and it's working fine.
        • August 25, 2020
      • X Air 12 Digital Mixer compatible USB device
        DaveMorrison They are.
        • August 25, 2020
    • vszalma
      KellsBells Can't get mine to work. Just bought a brand new 256GB Samsung flash drive. Formatted in FAT32, then tried FAT16, NTSA...nothing works.
      • September 28, 2020
    • vszalma
      DaveMorrison I haven't heard of anyone using a 256GB. 64 and 128 often work (but not always).
      • September 28, 2020
    • vszalma
      lassagne In same way I have some issues to read the USB device in my W air 12. First I had MP3 format and finaly I have find that WAV is the good one. BUT (I am french ...) but only for some of my titles. I would use the USB like reader for my backtrack ... Thanks for your help!
      • October 16, 2020
  • TwinTurboz
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-08-24

    Just picked up an M32 and its been a learning curve.  My previous interface was a Mackie 1640i (16 channel).  I occasionally record bands in my home studio and needed additional preamps (yes more than 16).  Plus the additional options for monitor sends to musicians is a blessing.   So the Midas hit the spot.  I was hoping there was an option to tap the USB signal after the low cuts, comp., eq, etc.. of each of the 32 preamps. But that is not possible :(  .   But I found a way to somewhat do it.  But with that option, 16 channels is the limit.  Which is what I could do with the Mackie.   My question is and maybe Im way off base.  But could the X32 and M32 be programmed (bios/os) as a stand alone "Studio Console" ?   Option to tap all 32 channels after the eq section.  The Mackie 1640i had a button on each channel strip to tap before or after eq.  Maybe Music Tribe needs to do a couple Bios settings.  One for "FOH" work and a strictly "Studio" system.  Yes I know one can send all 32 channels back into the mixer and then record a stereo mix.  But I want to use the M32/X32 eq sections during the recording.  Are there any "Mods" out there ?  Just want all 32 card signals to be after the eq's.  Maybe a new bios version to add that option ?  Thanks.

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    • TwinTurboz
      Paul_Vannatto Yes you can setup a routing to have signals to the DAW after channel processign (gate, EQ, comp, etc.) and you can do it for all 32 USB signals. You would route 16 channels through the Routing, Out 1-16 and another through the Routing, Ultranet, adjusting each channel's taps on those screens. Then assign those banks of 8 to the Routing, Card Out screen.

      But why would you want to do that? The thing is that doing it that way, whatever you adjust in the EQ, comp, etc. will be part of those tracks and cannot be changed in the future. For example, if you have a bass track with a various EQ settings, if later you realize that the EQ is not the best, it will mean that you will have to redo that track (have the bass player return to re-play that track).

      On the other hand, if you record the bass track with no processing, you can use VST plugins to process (EQ, compress, etc.) post recording. Then later if you don't like that particular sound, you can change the VST or any of the settings.
      • August 23, 2020
    • TwinTurboz
      TwinTurboz I use out 1-12 for my 6 iem feeds to my live room (stereo). So using the xlr outs will not work. Every routing option, I found online, not utilizing the Aux 1-16 connections will be limited to 16 tracks. Even using the new "user" settings will end up at 16 processed tracks. Yes I realize any processing will be permanent. Bass guitar I always DI. But having the option for the USB card to "tap" after processing is a nice option. Now is the USB tap after the low/hi-cut ? From what I read it taps preamp before cuts. I have not tried recording anything using the low cut to see. I just need an option to tap signal before or after channel processing (pre-fad). Maybe Music Tribe could easily make it an option in another update ? Thanks for the reply.
      • August 23, 2020
      • Midas M32 / Behringer X32  for Studio only use.
        Paul_Vannatto Having more tap options has been requested numerous times in the 8+ years of the X32/M32 product life and the response has been consistently the same that it is not possible, due to the limitations of the (aging) DSP design. Since you are using the Outputs 1-12 for IEM, I would suggest that you consider getting an X32 Rack to add to your eco-system - either to handle the IEM requirements or the recording requirements. Another option is to consider the new Behringer Wing.
        • August 23, 2020
    • TwinTurboz
      GaryHiggins Looks like you maybe still have the aux out routing menu free so that and the Ultranet out menu will get you up to 22 usb ch with full ch processing. You have out 13-16 left too so perhaps a few more there? Using all those as part of a user out menu could get you close to 26 ch’s routed in any order you choose, not 32 ch’s but pretty decent. Another thought is get some DP48’s to use for your in ear monitors and free up more or all of the outputs 1-16 menu.
      • August 24, 2020
    • TwinTurboz
      TwinTurboz If I had an extra $1,000 I would look at the DP48's. Would need 3 DP48's, seeing how each can process 2 independent mixes. Do you need the "Hub4" also ? Or can you daisy chain the DP48's without the hub ? If the hub is needed, that would drive the price up even more.
      • August 24, 2020
      • Midas M32 / Behringer X32  for Studio only use.
        Paul_Vannatto Yes you can daisy-chain the DP48
        • August 24, 2020
      • Midas M32 / Behringer X32  for Studio only use.
        GaryHiggins I won’t say you won’t benefit from the hub. (Not available to buy here in the US yet anyway) But you should be able to work around it with the thru ports and daisy chain. Perhaps the main issue, which may not be effect a studio as much as a live stage, is without the hub or some Poe injector setup, you need to plug a power supply for each DP48.. That is not a deal killer but can be a pain and harder to keep organized. True they are not cheap but work very well and in your case would free up the output assignments needed for post ch processing. As Paul suggested, an x32 rack would be another option or a used x32 producer/compact to handle the monitors.
        • August 24, 2020
    • TwinTurboz
      TwinTurboz Good deal. Thanks Paul. I should have researched this issue before I started using the 16 xlr outs to feed my headphone amp. I had to rework one of my old snakes to have xlr female connections, plus I bought another snake to replace the one I converted. Spent about $400 on all the connections and hardware. Cheaper than buying 3 DP48's, but I didn't realize I couldn't tap after processing. I will use what aux outs I have left and the 13-16 xlr's to at least get a few channels to be post eq. Set up channel 29-32 to be pre fader. Then I will start saving up for 3 DP48's. Never ending :) But I got the Midas for a heck of a deal and couldnt pass it up. Thanks again Paul and Gary for the help.
      • August 24, 2020
  • Scherzo
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-08-22

    We plan to run a line out from a bus on our x32 to our Mevo Start streaming camera. We want to have someone adjusting that streaming mix via iPhone/iPad. Does anyone know if there is an iOS mixing app for x32 that allows you to hear your mix right from the app/iPhone? 

    Thanks!

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    • Scherzo
      DaveMorrison There isn't. The X32 does not send any audio over the ethernet port. A wired connection or wireless IEM would be your best bet to avoid latency. You could use bluetooth if you can tolerate a long delay.
      • August 21, 2020
  • Apexpeakmusic
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-08-20

    When my X32 x-usb is connected to my MAC in Logic or Garageband I cannot get the MAC's Output to go to my headset out to drive my monitors.  I can record from the X32 in the DAWs and see the levels but no ouput sound.  When I switch off the X32 the MAC willl then play the recorded channels through the output (headphones).  Called Apple and they said even though this use to work before the 10.15.6 update if was the 3rd party software's issue since it only effects the MAC when it is being used

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    • Apexpeakmusic
      KyleJohnson Hi Gary, interesting considering the only software involved is Apple software. Anyway, it sounds like it could be a routing problem. How do you have the ROUTING>INPUT page on your mixer setup? To get playback from the computer into the X32, some of the inputs must be set to CARD.
      • August 20, 2020
    • Apexpeakmusic
      Apexpeakmusic Thanks Kyle for responding. Do you think if I reset the X32 to factory defaults this would be a good troubleshooting effort?
      • August 24, 2020
      • Audio Issues with X32 and MAC Catalina 10.15.6
        KyleJohnson It can be a good place to start seeing as we don't know where the problem lies. Assuming you checked your input routing already. Before you reset your mixer make sure to back up any scene files you have to a flash drive or computer for safe keeping.
        • August 24, 2020
  • DickStraathof
    Contributor - Level 3
    2020-08-20

    Hi,
    I've attempted two times now to send in a warranty service request for my ?WING desk.
    after hitting 'submit' there is a spinning wheel for hours now but the request is not passing through.
    What can I do?

    DickS.

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    • DickStraathof
      RexBeckett This can happen when some field in your profile or the Care request is missing or considered invalid. I suggest that you make screenshots of your Care form before hitting Submit and email them to [email protected].
      • August 20, 2020
    • DickStraathof
      DickStraathof Hi Rex, thanks for the suggestion, i just have e-mailed a print-screen to Alexander.

      Best regards,
      DickS.
      • August 20, 2020
    • DickStraathof
      Dale_M Hi Dick as discussed I have intercepted this one and you now have the ticket.
      • August 20, 2020
  • Soundenterprise
    Newcomer - Level 2
    2020-08-19

    Is this possible?

     

    Want to connect DM8000 DSP to X32 Rack with Ultranet

     

    DM8000 will be sending 15 Ultranet channels to x32 Rack. X32 rack will use these as inputs such as AES50 or Card Inputs would. 

     

    IS THIS POSSIBLE?

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    • Soundenterprise
      DavidKnighton Hello John,
      Ultranet is a 1 way protocol from the M/X32 consoles, meaning it sends from the console but does not receive.
      • August 19, 2020
    • Soundenterprise
      Soundenterprise Thats what I needed to know! Thanks!
      • August 20, 2020
    • Soundenterprise
      DavidKnighton Hello again John,
      It occurred to me that you could utilize a DM8008 in this setup. Essentially, the DM8000 would provide Ultranet to the DM8008, which would in turn provide 8 analog outputs. You can daisy chain two DM8008 for a total of 16 analog outputs from an Ultranet send. Then you could simply patch the analog channels into the console's local inputs. Alternatively, you could fit the DM8000 and the X32 both with Dante cards and that could achieve a direct connection between the two devices. If you wanted to go all out, there is the DM8500 which is has Dante built in, and by comparison is far superior to the DM8000.
      • August 21, 2020
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