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  • InactiveUser
    Contributor - Level 2
    2012-07-30
    How many P-16's can be chained together without a P-16D? Or are there problems with linking more than "x" deep?

    Can a P-16 be connectedly directly to the Ultranet jack on the X-32 or the S-16? (That is, do I actually need a P-16D?)

    Also, can different feeds be sent to the Ultranet jacks on the X-32 and the S-16 simultaneously? Say, could I send direct outs from channels 1-16 to the Ultranet jack on the X-32 and send direct outs from channels 17-32 to the Ultranet jack on the S-16?
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    • InactiveUser
      JaredKoopman

      mystryda wrote:

      How many P-16's can be chained together without a P-16D? Or are there problems with linking more than "x" deep?



      Can a P-16 be connectedly directly to the Ultranet jack on the X-32 or the S-16? (That is, do I actually need a P-16D?)



      Also, can different feeds be sent to the Ultranet jacks on the X-32 and the S-16 simultaneously? Say, could I send direct outs from channels 1-16 to the Ultranet jack on the X-32 and send direct outs from channels 17-32 to the Ultranet jack on the S-16?




      I don't believe there is a limit per say (48 P16M units maybe) by daisy chaining them, but the caution is that if one becomes unplugged, everything after that point also wont work.



      Yes you can go directly from the X32/s-16 ultranet jacks to a P16M but you will have to provide power to each unit.



      The P16D allows 8 x P16M's per box, and up to 6 P16D's can be linked (48 x P16M's). I believe the advantage the distributor gives you is that it provides power to the units via the cat5 connection, and therefore you don't have to run external power to each location.



      The only thing I wish the P16D had was that it was in a rackmount box...



      Hope that helps,

      Jared
      • July 31, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      InactiveUser

      Koopdaddy wrote:

      The only thing I wish the P16D had was that it was in a rackmount box...




      How wide is the P16D? I can't find dimensions anywhere on the web, but if it's 9.5" wide (half width), then you could grab a set of ears from something like a wireless mic receiver to rack mount it. To non-permanently, non-destructively mount it, you could use something like the 3M Command adhesive strips. If it's not 9.5" wide, then, clearly, you'd have to get more creative, but I bet it could still be done.



      It would be really nice if they made it half width and had the drilling pattern for something like Shure rack ears. A lot of people have them laying around or they can be had fairly cheaply.





      mystryda wrote:

      Also, can different feeds be sent to the Ultranet jacks on the X-32 and the S-16 simultaneously? Say, could I send direct outs from channels 1-16 to the Ultranet jack on the X-32 and send direct outs from channels 17-32 to the Ultranet jack on the S-16?




      Anybody know about this?
      • July 31, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      PerSovik

      mystryda wrote:

      Also, can different feeds be sent to the Ultranet jacks on the X-32 and the S-16 simultaneously? Say, could I send direct outs from channels 1-16 to the Ultranet jack on the X-32 and send direct outs from channels 17-32 to the Ultranet jack on the S-16?


      I might be completely wrong on this, can't find a reference now, but I seem to remember from somewhere that the S16 will output AES50 channels 33-48 to the P16, and assuming that vague memory is correct, you should be able to patch a different set of signals to the S16's P16 output than what goes to the X32's P16 output.
      • July 31, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      InactiveUser Looking at the routing patch setup on my X32, I'm going to say you can since the P16 and either of the AES50 outputs are listed as seperate entities. Also, the P16 has an added bit of versatility in that it's setup per channel, not in 8 channel blocks like the AES50 ports.
      • October 14, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      InactiveUser Jared thank you for your reply on linking multiple P16D's. We just purchased x32 and want to localized the distribution point on the stage by using multiple P16D's to connect multiple p16m's. Great products!
      • November 5, 2012
  • InactiveUser
    Contributor - Level 2
    2012-07-30
    About DAW mode...I really really think it's such a waste to just have the DCA faders for control. Why can't we use EVERY fader, like a Mackie Control + Extender setup? That is what I have now, and I'd love to replace it. When it comes to plugin processing, 96k sounds noticeably better, and lower latency as well. For recording I would love a 96k mode, even with half the channels. Not that Behringer will have trouble selling this board (already oredered mine a month ago) but these two features could be implemented with only software, and would make the board even better. A Mackie Control + Extender setup is going to cost $2k anyway....why not have a full digital mixer and interface to boot?
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  • MateuszCiesiółk
    Contributor - Level 2
    2012-07-29
    Hi everyone.
    This is my first post, so I am very happy to be with you on this forum. I would like apologize in advance for my english - I'm not Britan, and I'm speaking (and writing) in english just a little bit. But I promise I'll do it as best I can.

    Ok. So I would like to talk about the wireless systems. I know, Behringer already have the Ultralink UL2000 system. But maybe it's the time (after 6 years) to introduce something new? I invented some features of this product (maybe you will inspire them):

    - Four version of system (handheld mic, headset mic, lavalier mic, instrumental set with 1/4" Jack)
    - A few changable frequencies (up to 4-6 pararel systems, maybe more?)
    - Possibility to connect the wireless system to X32 using P16-D (to checking wireless system status direct on X32 channel strip display - like this: http://www.soundcraft.com/products/vm2.aspx?pid=176)
    - Remote muting and un-muting (If somebody on a stage forget to switch)

    I know that this ideas aren't cheap, but I know You are able to find the good result.

    P.S.
    Have you ever thought about IEM system? There's a lot of IEM, but most of them are really expensive.

    P.S. 2
    Really sorry, if wrong category.
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  • ÁguilaSebastian
    Contributor - Level 1
    2012-07-27
    Hello I'm from Chile is not English very well I hope you understand this: I have a mixer MX3242X of which ceased operation on channel 1 and 2, if they work sometimes, but with little gain What is the problem? thanks ...
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  • InactiveUser
    Contributor - Level 2
    2012-07-27
    I want to record live from usb to Soundtrack Pro, using the xenyx x244usb mixer as an interface., do i need to download a driver, in order to do this? Has anyone done this before? if so…how do i go about doing this?
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  • InactiveUser
    Contributor - Level 2
    2012-07-26
    Hi Team,

    I've lost the PSU for my Eurorack MX602A, any ideas on how i can get a replacement?

    Any thoughts/suggestions welcome!

    Thanks
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    • InactiveUser
      JamesBurns Hi Joey!



      Thanks for your question. I'm not sure exactly where you're located, and the power supply you'll need will depend on the voltage requirements of your country. The MX602A will call for one of the following:



      USA/Canada 115 V ~, 60 Hz, power supply unit MXUL3

      U.K./Australia 240 V ~, 50 Hz, power supply unit MXUK3

      Europe 230 V ~, 50 Hz, power supply unit MXEU3

      Japan 100 V ~, 60 Hz, power supply unit MXJP3



      These power supplies should be available from any authorized BEHRINGER dealer, either in stock or as a special order.



      If you have difficulty, you can also contact our care department at [email protected]



      Take care,

      James.
      • July 26, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      InactiveUser Hi,



      Thanks for the quick response. I'm UK based. Struggling to find a supplier of the MXUK3...any thoughts?
      • July 26, 2012
  • InactiveUser
    Contributor - Level 2
    2012-07-26
    http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL ... ature=plcp

    Something I threw together for anyone else trying to do this.
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  • AntonioMilano
    Contributor - Level 1
    2012-07-24
    Hello,
    I need some advices about the connection of the ULTRAGAIN PRO MIC 2200 with a XENYX X1222USB mixer.
    I would like to use the preamplifier with a condenser microphone, connected in a mixer channel, let's say in the channel 1 for example.
    I already use a COMPOSER PRO-XL MDX 2600 connected to the same channel's insert plug via a Y cable.
    Doing so, the channel 1 insert is already occupied by the compressor.
    Well, I desire to use also the tube preamp for the microphone.
    How can I connect all the outboards?
    I need to preamplify the mic thru the MIC 2200.
    Must I skip the preamp of the mixer?
    If so, how can I do that?
    Consider also that my send channel must be connected to a VIRTUALIZER 3D FX2000.
    In a few words I need to tube preamp (ULTRAGAIN PRO MIC 2200) the mic, compress the signal (COMPOSER PRO-XL MDX2600) and to apply a reverb (VIRTUALIZER 3D FX2000).
    All using the XENYX X1222USB mixer.
    Please help me, I' m getting insane )
    Ciao
    Antonio
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    • AntonioMilano
      JamesBurns Hi Antionio!



      Thanks for your question, I have submitted your question to tech support, and this is the answer they've given me:



      1. Connect the microphone to the mic input on the MIC2200 first.

      2. Then connect from the output from the MIC2200 to the input of channel 1 on the mixer.

      3. Connect to the balanced TRS 1/4" line input rather then the XLR mic input.

      4. The compressor and FX can remain connected same as before.



      Hope this helps!

      James.
      • July 26, 2012
    • AntonioMilano
      AntonioMilano Thank you very much James !

      BEHRINGER RULES!!!

      Ciao

      Antonio

      Milano - Italy
      • July 26, 2012
  • InactiveUser
    Contributor - Level 2
    2012-07-23
    Hi!
    I have a EURORACK UB2442FX-PRO... i know... it's a little bit old, but i like it a lot.
    Lately i'm having trouble to send sound thru the Aux Channels to another speaker (in-ear, or other).
    I just can't send any sound!! Is there any trick to work with that? The FX aux works okay, but the other Aux don't send any sound...

    Can anybody help me?
    Thanks...
    Cheers...

    Pedro
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    • InactiveUser
      JamesBurns Hi Pedro!



      Sorry that you're having trouble. If you haven't yet, I would suggest you get in touch with our Tech Support team ASAP, as that will be the best way to troubleshoot your unit.



      You can reach Tech Support at [email protected] or +1 425 672 0816.



      Take care!

      James.
      • July 25, 2012
  • InactiveUser
    Contributor - Level 2
    2012-07-21
    I'm running a single channel into a 1204USB mixer. The output seemed very low. If I kill one channel on the Main Mix or Hard Pan left, Full volume is restored.
    Either there is a phasing problem within the mixer or I'm doing something very stupid?
    A single mono channel cannot be out of phase with itself.

    I'm feeding the PC using the USB cable. I had to download the 64bit drivers from Behringer's website.
    Could there be a problem with the software? I know Behringer was late to the Win7 game.


    --------------------------------

    UPDATE: Apparently Creative Sound Systems think they know more about my system than I do. One of their 'features' was prohibiting me from hearing anything in mono. GEESH!
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