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  • RaymondKimathi
    Contributor - Level 1
    2015-08-09
    I have just updated my Windows 7 to Windows 10 and no driver available on the support page. I have googled for two days and cannot find any help. Kindly develop and updated driver for Windows 10 as we have all been forced to update to windows 10 for free.

    DJ Controller B-CONTROL DEEJAY BCD3000
    USB Audio/MIDI Driver
    WINDOWS 10 x64
    Virtual DJ 7
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    • RaymondKimathi
      Michael_Lapke Hi Raymond, welcome to the forum!



      I'm pretty sure no one was forced to upgrade to windows 10. However the drivers for the BCD3000 can be found in this section of the forum and work in windows 10 as they are 32/64-bit compatible.
      • August 9, 2015
    • RaymondKimathi
      JamesBaker Hi Raymond (or anyone who might know)



      Thanks for you input into this topic Raymond, however I am also stumped as to the best driver to use for my BCD3000 on Win10



      I have googled alot.



      I can't seem to find any 'behringer' website as such, however if you mean this page:

      https://www.music-group.com/brand/c/Behringer/downloads?active=Downloads



      ... I see a BCF2000, and a BCR2000 but no BCD3000.



      Any input as to a solution would be greatly appreciated



      Thanks

      James
      • June 28, 2016
    • RaymondKimathi
      KennyRossignol I'm wondering the same thing! I recently downloaded the drivers on my previous PC (Vista) and the Windows 8 drivers worked but i had to upgrade my computer anyway.

      I've read that the Windows 8 drivers work for Windows 10 (new PC) and now i can't find them anymore besides some shady websites i don't trust.

      Seems it got deleted

      It still is a good product for us people that want to mix some tunes as a third hobby!

      I want to mix my own made tunes and music from my friends with it...

      Don't scrap this hardware! Or give a link to the Windows 8 drivers please
      • July 11, 2016
    • RaymondKimathi
      Michael_Lapke Hi James and Kenny,



      To download the latest driver for your BCD3000 just head over to this section of the forum.



      Any future support/updates for the BCD3000 will be addressed "as needed" basis, however these drivers work correctly up through (and including) Windows 7 currently. You may be able to try doing a Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 install through a compatibility mode, but we don't have specific drivers for those OS in regards to the BCD3000.



      Hope this helps!
      • July 11, 2016
    • RaymondKimathi
      MeinhardSchmidt

      Michael Lapke;80434 wrote:

      Hi James and Kenny,



      To download the latest driver for your BCD3000 just head over to this section of the forum.



      Any future support/updates for the BCD3000 will be addressed "as needed" basis, however these drivers work correctly up through (and including) Windows 7.



      Hope this helps!




      Hello,

      if have downloaded the drivers (1.3.4, 64bit) from your post, but at my win10 laptop they only say win 7 64 bit required. Also the compatibility mode doesn't work. It's a new laptop with standard win 10 and intel based from HP. Please can you help?
      • August 11, 2016
  • HannesSteyn
    Contributor - Level 1
    2016-05-09
    Can someone please give me the driver for the BCD3000 controller? I've been all up and down google to search for the driver and I do not find anything. Please let me know and I will give you my email to send me the driver.
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    • HannesSteyn
      Michael_Lapke Hi Hannes, welcome to the forum!



      I've gone ahead and posted two different copies of the drivers for the BCD3000 DJ Controller here for you. One is for 32-bit OS (Windows XP, Vista) and one for 64-bit OS (Windows 7).



      Hope this helps!



      UPDATE: I made a mistake in this post, please scroll down and read post #8 for clarification.BCD3000_1.3.4.zipBCD3000-Vista-XP-1.2.0.0.zip
      • May 9, 2016
    • HannesSteyn
      HannesSteyn Thank you Michael, I finally got my BCD3000 to work.



      Next step: Setup and mapping.
      • May 9, 2016
    • HannesSteyn
      DavidRocco http://www.music-group.com/brand/c/Behringer/downloads



      Because it's not be READD in this section ??
      • May 10, 2016
    • HannesSteyn
      JamesBaker Great thanks Michael



      This post just appeared after I posted a question about this on the other thread. Couldn't seem to find it earlier. Perhaps as I just became approved/registered. Anyway, looks like a solution - thank you
      • June 28, 2016
    • HannesSteyn
      KennyRossignol

      Michael Lapke;75815 wrote:

      Hi Hannes, welcome to the forum!



      I've gone ahead and posted two different copies of the drivers for the BCD3000 DJ Controller here for you. One is for 32-bit OS (Windows XP, Vista) and one for 64-bit OS (Windows 7).



      Hope this helps!




      Thanks!

      This is what i was searching for
      • July 11, 2016
  • GlennAdams
    Contributor - Level 3
    2014-10-22
    Just another Saturday night with my B system - and I say that because it is all Behringer, even some of the mics.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VKuuKVGk6gc
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  • InactiveUser
    Contributor - Level 2
    2012-11-01
    Hi all, Can anybody help me out on the above question basically I have just bought a bcd3000 and wondered if anyone knows or has tried it with windows 8 as I have just recently installed on my laptop.? Thanks guys
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    • InactiveUser
      AndrewLuck I have not tested this personally, however, the BCD3000 should be compatible with Windows 8, as there are 64-bit and 32-bit drivers available for download on the product page:



      http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/BCD3000.aspx
      • November 6, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      ChrisRyan

      Andrew Luck;1111 wrote:

      I have not tested this personally, however, the BCD3000 should be compatible with Windows 8, as there are 64-bit and 32-bit drivers available for download on the product page:



      http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/BCD3000.aspx




      Hey,



      I am having the same problem with the BCD3000 on windows 8. I can't see a driver for it on the product page you suggested? and the windows 7 driver does not function properly after installing. Do you know of any way to get the controller to function properly on windows 8?



      many thanks,



      Chris
      • January 17, 2013
    • InactiveUser
      InactiveUser The actual Win7 driver should work fine when installed in compatibility mode under Win8.
      • January 20, 2013
    • InactiveUser
      mandsmaderazo hi guys,



      I have have my bcd3000, its not working on my Samsung windows 8(64bit). each an everytime I connect to my laptop it always says "USB NOT RECOGNIZED" previously it works on my windows 8 (32bit), I tried several solution from net but it still not fixed. could anybody help me for this matter?
      • May 6, 2013
    • InactiveUser
      ZacRoss Dear Mands,



      Customers have found luck downloading the drivers in Windows 7 compatibility mode:*



      http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7itprohardware/thread/80cae5ee-dc98-4a2f-8284-a1ab826059b7/*



      The above link will explain how to download the following:*



      First, disconnect the USB device from the computer.*



      Download from the following link.

      http://www.behringerdownload.de/dealerportal/downloads/drivers/BCD3000_1.3.4.zip



      You should find luck downloading the driver in compatibility mode.



      Kind Regards,



      Zac Ross

      Jr. Admin, CARE

      MUSIC Group US

      BEHRINGER
      • June 20, 2013
  • MartinRehak
    Contributor - Level 2
    2013-01-08
    Hi all, today I get two amplifiers Behringer iNuke NU-6000DSP. My previous amplifiers was QSC RMX5050 - two pieces.
    One week ago, I test output power of QSC RMX5050 to 2x4 ohm load (resistor 5kw, not speakers) with input sine wave 1kHz.
    QSC RMX5050 have 85 volts on both outputs (2x85v - not bridged)
    QSCRMX5050 is amplifier with power 1800W to 4 ohms (1kHz). So, this is real power.

    iNUKE NU-6000DSP
    This amlifier is ROHS, soldering without lead. The soldering is very, very bad. You can see on photos.
    I dont use this product for profesional use. Is possible, that after the first show will be fire, or broken show.


    The data from metering.
    This amplifier have wroten 2x3000W into 4 ohms. This is 110Volts on each output.
    If I load outputs to 4 ohm resistor, and inputs sine wave 1kHz,
    Before light limit led (red) on each channel, I have 50V on each channel, after 5s each channel was alternately on and off.
    I get on output maximal 55V on each channel, then amplifier shut down. For continue, I must restart - switch off and switch on.

    Power is P=U*U/RZ
    maximal power is 625W into 4 ohms for each channel (1kHz tone), manufacturer wrote 3000W !!!IMAG0086.jpgIMAG0084.jpgIMAG0091.jpgIMAG0092.jpg
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    • MartinRehak
      ChristianBoche Hi Martin,



      this is the typical behavior of an amp with pwm psu. Rating amps with 1kHz sinus is not common anymore. Most amp measurements are done with short signals with a crest factor, which is closer to real music than a pure sine wave. But I guess you already know that. The RMX5050 has got an toroidal transformer (that's why it is heavy as hell too). This old amp design shine, when they have to deal with sine wave. So, unless you are doing lot's of gigs with electronic music (where sine waves can happen), all class D amps has to lower their output power after a few ms. My Lab Gruppen's FP 10.000 are showing the same behavior for example. After a few ms with a sine wave input, they step down to 4 x 600 Watt as well. Just sayin'



      Can't comment on the pics, they are too small on my laptop.

      Christian
      • January 8, 2013
    • MartinRehak
      GlennSlater Hi Martin,



      We are very sorry to see that you received units in the condition that yours are. If these are new units that you have purchased please contact our service department or your retailer. Please also be aware that in opening the units you may have voided the warranty on these units.



      I am posting below an excellent answer by Mr. Behringer in response to power rating questions:



      "Your question about power amplifier ratings is an interesting one for several reasons. Although over the years there have been attempts at standardizing the way power amplifiers are measured and rated, it appears to me that even in the face of legislation, there continues to be no consensus in the pro audio industry.

      Forgive me for stating what you already know , but for some readers a bit of history may be in order.



      There was a time when the accepted method for measuring amplifier power was to inject a sinusoidal signal (usually 1 kHz) and measure the output just as the sine wave began to distort. This type of measurement assumed that the amplifier would be operated in that manner, although we were all aware that actual program material was very different to a sine wave. Regardless, this RMS measurement became a standard.



      While there have been several variations on this theme, the net effect of standard practice has always been that power measurements have been based on a continuous sinusoidal signal applied at the input. As imperfect as this system may have been, it did allow consumers to compare one amplifier to another and conclude which one had a higher rated power. Sounds good? Not so fast.



      The problem with this method is, as most manufacturers and users discovered over time, that it measures a parameter that may not necessarily be the best predictor of actual amplifier performance. Real program material, whether it be music or speech, is very different from a sine wave and it is a leap of faith to correlate one to the other. Imagine a car that is capable of pulling a heavy load up a mountain compared to one that accelerates aggressively; which one is more powerful? It depends on what your objective is.



      I believe that this disparity between what was measured and what was really needed was driven by the measurement technology of the day. In fact, the use of a steady-state sine wave is a throw-back to a time before digital oscilloscopes and programmable signal generators, when pretty much any technician could replicate the measurements on their test bench. Regardless of whether it was the “right” measurement, it was at least a measurement that almost anyone could make.



      In the last 10-15 years we have seen the emergence of a whole new breed of amplifiers with power ratings in the thousands of watts, not just hundreds. Respected brands such as Lab Gruppen and Powersoft have led the way into this new realm not by measuring amplifiers the “old” way using a steady-state sine wave but by other means that more closely mimic the dynamics of real program material. The objective is to better quantify the performance of their products in the actual environment where they will be used.



      Inherent in this approach is a lack of agreed measurement standards and definitions. I have yet to see published documentation on the precise measurement methods and techniques used by these and other manufacturers claiming specifications based on "maximum output power".



      I can only assume that capable engineers are using good judgment in creating test routines that inject impulse signals of sufficient amplitude and duration along with periods of reduced energy to arrive at their power ratings. In any event, most manufacturers must consider this proprietary IP as they are not publishing such data currently.



      This brings us to the iNUKE series of power amplifiers that BEHRINGER introduced just over a year ago. iNUKE amplifiers were the culmination of extensive research and development in our engineering team around power efficiency. As I have said in other posts we proudly operate one of the most capable power engineering teams in the industry with extensive experience in both SMPS and Class-D amplification.

      Our new patent-pending "Class Zero" technology that combines power supply and amplifier into a single stage was in fact a direct outcome of the research the preceded the iNUKE range. With this new "Class Zero" technology, we have been able to design amplifiers with up to 94% efficiency (AC to AC), which is a remarkable increase of 10-15% compared to the most efficient SMPS and Class-D designs. The final component count and cost will have to be seen until the mature design stage, but energy efficiency in light of carbon footprint reduction and green energy is definitely worth pursuing.



      I am proud to say that iNUKE amplifiers have become a tremendous commercial success and are now outselling even our EP4000; one of the most successful power amplifiers of all time. They have also earned the praise of users and the press, who have conducted their own independent testing.



      . While we always support standards and also ensure that all of our products are UL listed and FCC compliant, even though many of our competitors skirt the law (try searching www.fcc.gov to see who has been fined for non-compliance), it appears that power amplifier measurement standards have not kept up with measurement technology.



      If such a standard does come to pass, then rest assured that we will follow it right along with venerable competitors such as Lab Gruppen, Powersoft, Crown and QSC among others."



      Uli

      Last edited by Uli Behringer; 07-08-2012 at 08:40 PM.

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      MUSIC Group

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      Here is a link to the original post:



      http://soundforums.net/varsity/4299-uli-behringer-music-group-q-8.html



      I hope that this is helpful to you.



      Best Regards,
      • January 8, 2013
    • MartinRehak
      MartinRehak Hello Glen and Christian. Have you explanation for quality of soldering? Because it, what I see inside of iNuke is work of china people without rice. I am afraid, that if I use this amp on the first show, after the first song show end.

      I am not amateur, my job is electronic design, instalations and pro sound. I see a lot of amplifiers inside, for example Crown, QSC, and other class amps, neither looks as (I want to be polite)...

      I thing, that price of iNUKE NU-6000DSP is lower than 10 dolars.

      Sorry. I can not disseminate good ad.

      I do not believe your inuke amps.
      • January 8, 2013
    • MartinRehak
      MartinRehak in any literature that deals with the measurement of class D amplifiers is that the power is measured in the same manner as a linear amplifier, and a sine wave at 1 kHz. Is it true that this method of measurement is only for the usual linear amplifiers. If my amplifier BEHRINGER NU-6000DSP proves maximum 50V output at 4 ohms, 625W amplifier has, nothing more, nothing less.

      Marketing theory about power 2x3000W are designed for amateurs and young children. This amplifier is not professional, there is a high risk to use it on any live show. And not just because of the lies about his performance, but mainly about his production quality, or better, not quality.

      Mechanical construction is so unstable that his estimate lifetime maximum of three years and then toss in the trash.

      After the audio page, I can not really recommend to anyone. High frequency sound, like when sand is poured on the plate. Bass frequencies sound like a broken drum.

      It's a great shame the company Behringer, anything like that will launch and then shows how it has a positive reference.



      He surprised me a qualitative difference between the production of iNuke and X32. When I saw disassembled X32 inside, it looks professional, but even so, time will tell. Cheap Chinese capacitors and switching power supplies have a very limited life and threaten the whole.

      One thing is certain. Inuke you never not buy and instead I get a real professional amplifier.
      • January 8, 2013
    • MartinRehak
      GlennSlater Hi Martin,



      It does not look or sound like your NU6000DSP's are working properly. There are tens of thousands of these units in use all over the world operating without a problem. The pcb in your photos do not look like what would normally leave the factory, so we will bring this to the attention of our service manager. Please tell us which dealer these units were purchased from.



      Best Regards,
      • January 8, 2013
  • RyanKing
    Contributor - Level 2
    2014-12-23
    Does anyone know if Behringer is developing an X Air app for the iPhone? Very little would stop me from buying the xr18 if I didn't have to buy an ipad/android device to use it.

    Also, I can't seem to find a valid link to download the X Air Edit software for Mac! Is that still in development as well?

    I've spent a lot of time searching for this information but haven't had any luck. Any insight would be very much appreciated!
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    • RyanKing
      RyanKing Nobody???
      • January 4, 2015
    • RyanKing
      Paul_Vannatto Nope, don't have a clue whether an iPhone app will be available.



      Paul
      • January 4, 2015
    • RyanKing
      JoeLoubier I don't know if they plan on developing an iPhone app, but I bet the software is why the ship date for the x-air series keeps getting pushed back. If they do develop an iPhone app, it may only be suitable for mixing personal monitor sends. Like the x32 or other digital mixers, it's not very practical to get a whole mix on any phone.
      • January 14, 2015
    • RyanKing
      RyanKing

      Joe Loubier;38508 wrote:

      I don't know if they plan on developing an iPhone app, but I bet the software is why the ship date for the x-air series keeps getting pushed back. If they do develop an iPhone app, it may only be suitable for mixing personal monitor sends. Like the x32 or other digital mixers, it's not very practical to get a whole mix on any phone.




      Ah, that would make sense. and I totally agree about not having a full mix on a little phone. personal monitor adjustment is exactly what I want it on the iphone for! well either way, I'm excited for this to all get worked out.



      Thanks for your help!
      • January 14, 2015
    • RyanKing
      BillyGomban Hi Paul.. I'm new here... got an X32 and now the XR18 as well. I got the android app and its working fine but my IOS app seems to be stuck in the demo mode.. you channels jumping with signals at random. Can't figure out how to get the app restarted so I can connect to my XR18 .... Got any clues?
      • February 22, 2015
  • CraigReeves
    Contributor - Level 2
    2013-09-10
  • JamesBurns
    Contributor - Level 2
    2013-02-21
    Hi all,

    We know that a lot of you have been patiently (or not so patiently!) awaiting the release of our CMD DJ Controllers since their announcement at NAMM 2012. As a way to say "thank you" to those of you who have stuck with us during the long wait, we're giving away two each of the following CMD Modules: MM-1, PL-1, DV-1, DC-1, and LC-1.

    Here's how to enter: simply reply to this thread with a short (Twitter length--one or two sentences is plenty!) explanation of why you NEED a CMD controller, and what you plan on doing with it. Feel free to also include a link to your web presence (Twitter or Facebook page, YouTube channel, etc.)

    We'll pick the ones we like the best, and notify the winners via Private Message on March 4th. After we receive your shipping info, ten lucky winners will receive a Mystery CMD Care Package™ from our DJ department. We will be shipping your CMD controller BEFORE they hit stores; you'll be the first on your block to get one!

    Good luck, we're looking forward to reading all of the entries!










    Before signing up for the forum, make sure to read our Forum Guidelines here:
    http://forum.behringer.com/showthread.php?29-BEHRINGER-Forum-Guidelines

    Also make sure to check out our "Real Name" Policy here:
    http://forum.behringer.com/showthread.php?531-BEHRINGER-Forums-%93Real-Name-Policy%94
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    • JamesBurns
      toddsalpen and can you tell me about the "CMD Studio 4a", even I have to wait another year?
      • February 21, 2013
    • JamesBurns
      ChrisBradish I love the behringer product and my whole dj set up is behringer. I would love this free CDM controller because the features look incredible and honestly i have two kids in college and and savings would help. More importantly I love the behringer line.
      • February 21, 2013
    • JamesBurns
      JackCaughey I NEED a CMD controller so I can put on another amazing show at my school's yearly TECHNO RAVE!



      We can make it just a notch better than last years: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t26YRt74YQk
      • February 21, 2013
    • JamesBurns
      ThomasEBurns They say to get busy living, or get busy dying...either way, get busy! The CMD controllers will inspire me to inspire others, to connect with audiences, to ignite my creative process and super-charge my creative powers. Having one will allow me to get busy living! http://www.facebook.com/thomase.burns.98
      • February 21, 2013
    • JamesBurns
      JohnnyGibbs I NEEEEEED a CMD controller to end my stubborn adherence to CDJs and begin catching up with the rest of the world using laptops. It would take a very special controller to convert me but the CMD series may be just that. http://www.facebook.com/djhitman.johnny
      • February 21, 2013
  • MikeBest
    Contributor - Level 2
    2013-01-07
    I've got a small Xenyx 1202FX mixer which we use for vocals in our rehearsal room. It has 100 inbuilt effects in the internal effects processor, but these aren't listed anywhere except on the console itself, which just says things like "REVERB 00-39"

    Is there a list of the effects which I can download and print out so we can know what we are listening to?

    Cheers
    Mike
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    • MikeBest
      GlennSlater Hi Mike,



      Please see the attachment with detailsof the FX in your XENYX1202FX.



      Best Regards,XENXY FX DETAILS.pdf
      • January 8, 2013
    • MikeBest
      MikeBest Thanks Glenn, much appreciated



      Unfortunately it doesn't seem quite right though. Are the preset effects the same for all Xenyx mixers? I've been playing with the effects on the 1202 and many of them are definitely not as per the list you've supplied. Is there a different list of FX for the 1202?



      Cheers and thanks again for your help

      Mike
      • January 9, 2013
    • MikeBest
      GlennSlater Hi Mike,



      Sorry about that, please try this list. This should be the same for your mixer.



      Best,XENYX effects preset list_Rev.0 - VALID FOR ALL MIXERS.pdfXENXY FX DETAILS.pdf
      • January 10, 2013
    • MikeBest
      MikeBest Perfect, thanks Glenn !
      • January 13, 2013
    • MikeBest
      MarcoEminente Thanks, I wornder why this detailed list does noy appear in the mixer documentation
      • June 10, 2014
  • InactiveUser
    Contributor - Level 2
    2013-02-28
    Hi Guys,

    We have been shipping S16 digital snakes for the past few months and have received many questions in regards to setup and configuration. The goal of this thread is to get you up and running with your X32 and S16 stage boxes.

    Below are the steps to hook up your X32 and S16, to be a 16 input x 8 output digital system. Your output configuration will give you 6 available monitor mixes plus the two outputs needed for your MAIN L/R.

    We will also go over a dual S16 setup for a total of 32 input x 16 output.

    Evan Hooton
    Specialist, Product Support
    MUSIC Group
    BEHRINGER


    Setting up the X32 to connect to (1) S16 Digital Snake:

    To set your first 16 inputs from the S16: Press the ROUTING button and set your first 16 inputs to the AES50 A inputs from the HOME tab. (Example: AES50 A1-8, AES50 A9-16,) Your first 16 inputs will now come from the S16.

    To set your 6 “Monitor Mix” outputs: Page over to the ANALOG OUT tab and set your first 6 outputs to correlate to the first 6 Mix Buses which can be found under the Output Signal column. (Example: Output 01 is set to MixBus 01 etc.).

    To set your MAIN L/R outputs: Scroll to Output 7 under the Analog Output column and set it to “Main L” and set Output 8 to “Main R”.

    Connect the CAT5 cable from the AES50 A port on the X32 to the AES50 A port on the S16.

    Setting up the S16 Digital Snake

    S16 (Input ch.1-16 / Outputs 1-8)
    Hold down the CONFIG button and turn the SELECT/ADJUST rotary knob to the left until there are no LED indicators on the routing display panel, and the digital readout displays as 1-8. Release the CONFIG button.

    To confirm that the S16 has been successfully connected to the X32: On the S16 the A Port LED indicator will be green. On the X32, in the connection display window, the “A” row will say “S16”.

    You are now ready to use the X32 and S16 as a full digital system.

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    Setting up the X32 to connect to (2) S16 Digital Snake:

    To set your 32 inputs from the connected S16 stage boxes: Press the ROUTING button and set your 32 inputs to the AES50 A inputs from the HOME tab. (Example: AES50 A1-8, AES50 A9-16, etc.) Your first 32 inputs will now come from the S16 stage boxes.

    To set your “Monitor Mix” outputs: Page over to the ANALOG OUT tab and set up to 14 “Mix Outputs” to correlate to the Mix Buses which can be found under the Output Signal column. (Example: Output 01 is set to MixBus 01, etc).

    To set your MAIN L/R outputs: Scroll to Output 15 under the Analog Output column and set it to “Main L” and set Output 16 to “Main R”.

    Connect the CAT5 cable from the AES50 A port on the X32 to the AES50 A port on the first S16. Plug another cable from the first S16 AES50 B port into the AES50 A port of the second S16.


    Setting up the (2) S16 Digital Snakes

    S16 #1 (Input ch.1-16 / Outputs 1-8)
    Hold down the CONFIG button and turn the SELECT/ADJUST rotary knob to the left until there are no LED indicators on the routing display panel, and the digital readout displays as 1-8. Release the CONFIG button.

    S16 #2 (Input ch.17-32 / Output 9-16)
    Hold down the CONFIG button and turn the SELECT/ADJUST rotary knob to the left until the red LED indicator is at the OUT +8 position and the digital readout displays as 9-16. Release the CONFIG button.

    To confirm that the S16 has been successfully connected to the X32: On the S16 the A Port LED indicator will be green. On the X32, in the connection display window, the “A” row will say “S16+”.

    You are now ready to use the X32 and S16 as a full digital system.
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    ** Attached you will find a wiring diagram to check your connections (S16 Hookup.jpg). I have also attached the Sequence Chart (from the S16 Quick Start Guide) which describes all of possible configurations for S16 (S16 Modes.jpg) **S16 Modes.jpgS16 Hookup.jpg
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    • InactiveUser
      samuelguzman60

      I have done with you ask. Is there an email I can reach you at? I still can't get the x32 to the s16 to work

      • May 8, 2020
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