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    BCDurham
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-06-12

    Hello,

    Is there a way to copy/paste or save/load the settings of one Aux out to another?

    For example, my IEMs come from Aux out #1 and I want to move my IEM settings to Aux out #5, is there a way for me to copy the settings from Aux out #1 and paste them to Aux out #5?

    I have tried copying/pasting and saving it as a channel preset and then loading that preset to Aux out #5, but neither method worked.

    Thanks!

    Brian

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    • BCDurham
      NicJonesMT Hi BCDurham.

      If you could please click support at the top of the page and submit a technical support ticket along with your full scene, we can have a look at what is going on.
      • Jun 12
    • BCDurham
      CraigFowler Sort of, but probably not to the extent that you want. The channel>bus send levels are properties of the individual channels themselves; ch1>bus1 send level is a property of ch1, ch7>bus1 send level is a property of ch7 etc. When you copy and paste a bus all you'll get is the bus's own processing; it's own eq\compressor etc. You won't get the send levels of the channels feeding the bus, because those send levels are part of the channel, not the bus itself, and that's not what you've copied.

      If you want you could route bus1 to the aux5 socket.
      • Jun 12
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    Patriot2020
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-06-03

    I have an X32 Compact connected to an SD8.  I have recieved audio from the SD8, but I can not seem to be able to send.  I'm using it to connect the production truck to the house audio to send and recieve a few signals.

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    luke1307
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-05-27

    Hi there, 

     

    can you label and change colour of scribble strip of dca groups on iPad when using xr18 air. I can see how to change channel and effects etc, but can't see where dca groups can be edited 

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    • luke1307
      Nigel67 Hi luke1307. This feature has not been implemented on the latest version. I will report it so that it can be fixed on a future release. Many thanks
      • May 30
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    Capera
    Newcomer - Level 2
    2022-05-22

    More and more I encounter problems with connectivity. My WING has latest firmware, but in the venues I visit, older stage boxes are at hand with unknown firmware versions. Owners don't allow me to update their stuff, what can I do?  I am desperately searching for a comprehensive compatibility matrix that tells me what desk version (X32, M32, WING)  is working with what stage box version (S16, DL32 etcetera). Please help. Actually, I want this info included with every update zipfile. I mean, having stuff is one thing, maintaining it becomes a critical issue now. I am pleased with the firmware update support pages, but having knowledge is becoming more and more important!

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    • Capera
      Paul_Vannatto You should either insist that the owners keep their stageboxes up to day (firmware) or bring your own stagebox to the venue.
      • May 22
    • Capera
      elcholo5 i just buy 2 wings and 3 sd16 and i cant make it work together as 1 in foh and the another in monitor how can i make it work?
      • Jun 3
    • Capera
      Paul_Vannatto elcholo5, stop posting multiple times to other's threads that are not related to your question. Start your own thread (discussion) and we will try and help you.
      • Jun 4
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    BCDurham
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-04-25

    Hello,

    Can some of you confirm that I am setting gains levels in the XR18 correctly? Here is my process for each channel used, starting with channel 1:

    1. Select channel 1.
    2. Set the channel 1 fader to unity (i.e., 0.0).
    3. Select the “Channel” tab at the top of the interface.
    4. Have the musician going into channel 1 perform as s/he would in a live performance.
    5. As the musician performs, adjust the Mic Gain so that channel 1’s channel input signal averages -18.0 dbfs. This is displayed in the dbfs scale at the far left of the interface.
    6. When the channel input signal averages -18.0 dbfs, the gain is set and the process is done for that channel. The channel's fader is then used to boost/lower it in the main mix.
    7. Do the same thing for the rest of the channels in use.

    I am pretty sure this is correct, but I am unsure about step 2: does the channel's fader have to be at unity (0.0) when setting gain? I seem to remember seeing that somewhere but now I don't remember and I can't find any resource that says that. Is the channel's main fader independent of the gain setting process and thus it (the channel's main fader) can be at any level (-15.0, +10.0, etc...) while the channel's gain is being set?

    Thanks!

    Brian

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    • BCDurham
      Paul_Vannatto The channel fader has no effect on the gain setting. So it can be anywhere.
      • Apr 25
    • BCDurham
      JeffRusin You are usually fine that when your game is set up -18 which is correct that your fader most likely will end up at unity anyway but no you do not have to set it at unity. But if for some reason your slider is at the bottom of its track or with the top that would not be a good thing
      • May 10
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    WesLoper
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-04-19

    it seems hat the app is outdated and will not connect to the xAir.

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    Blejmarc
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-04-18

    Hi guys? l am looking for x32 RACK DEMO Firmware dcp_corefs_release-4.03.update and X32-Edit_PC .exe file

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    AdhocHavoc
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-04-18

    Hi All, Great community here, and a lot of good information. 

    Situation: I have an X18, connected via Ethernet, to a wireless router. The iPad is running the latest version of XAir, and is connected, and controls the mixer, without issue, most of the time. However, in the past three weeks, I've had two instances of the following issue:
    While using the mixer, in the middle of the event, the mixer will lose wireless connection, and all audio to all connections are muted. Any attempts to connect to the mixer via wi-fi is futile. Relaunching the iPad X Air software will not reconnect to the mixer. During this time, our wireless, and Ethernet connections continue to function normally. We are required to hard reset the mixer by powering it off, and on. This does resolve the issue, and we are able to reconnect to the mixer. All primary channels are muted(Main and Aux busses). After unmuting all channels, the mixer functions normally.

    Attempted Resolution:
    We updated to the latest firmware, which interesting enough fixes an memory issue with mixers that are not shut down (ours is running continuously). We're not sure if this resolves the problem, since we've only recently updated, and the problem is intermittent.

    We will also be running hardwired via USB to XAir Edit on a MacBook Pro, during the next event.

    I have an X Air 18, with older firmware, that does not have this issue.

    Questions:

    Has anyone else run into this problem?

    I suspect the issue is hardware related (All primary channels being muted after power on/off, I think is an indication of that)?

    If the issue is hardware related, is there any way to access the mixer via Terminal, or some other software, to examine any logs on the X18?

    Would a memory leak on the mixer, result in the mixer locking up?

    Thanks in advance, for your replies.

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    linopereira
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-04-11

    When I turn phantom power on channel 9, it starts to make noise, even without any cables connected.
    Even turning off the phanthom power, it continues to create noise.

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    • linopereira
      Nigel67 Hi linopereira. This would appear to be a fault with your unit, possibly a faulty electrolytic capacitor. When you turn off the phantom power, does the noise eventually disappear? Have you tried routing that channel to another input on the mixer just to confirm that the fault is on the S16. It does sound like it, but just need to make 100% sure. If you could raise a Technical Support Ticket then we can advise you further on getting the fault fixed, or if the unit is still under Warranty, try contacting the shop that you purchased the S16 from and ask them to repair the unit under Warranty. To raise a Technical Support ticket, click on the support tab at the top of the page. A new window will open. Scroll down and click on the Technical Support tab and submit a ticket. Many thanks
      • Apr 11
    • linopereira
      SNOKing1 Can we get older Behringer products fixed for a price?
      • Apr 12
      • Behringer S16 - Scratching noise on channel 9 only
        Nigel67 Hi, yes, our service centres will repair warranty and non warranty products. Please fill out a Technical Support ticket as mentioned above and we will help you get your unit repaired. Please include a return shipping address and a contact phone number. Many thanks. Actually, I better add to this, that it depends just how old the product is because if you are talking 2010, then that may cause a problem if pcbs are needed as I doubt if they would still be in stock
        • Apr 12
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    DennisMilsom
    Contributor - Level 2
    2022-04-10

    In the iOS Flow 8 editing app on the preferences page (when you scroll down a little) there is a square box with MIDI DUMP in it, but next to that is  MAIN OUT DELAY : 200ms. 

    Can someone explain what this is, what it's for and if it is user adjustable?

     

    Also, can the sample rate be altered from 48khz to 44khz?

     

    Thanks

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    • DennisMilsom
      rondhi This adds a delay to the output. For example, for live streaming, you can add a delay to match the audio with the video. You can only adjust it on the board itself. Menu > Output > Output Delay > Main Delay. Not sure why it says 200ms in the app. But the real setting should show on the board.

      No, you cannot adjust the sample rate, unfortunately. It is set at 48 kHz.
      • May 19
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