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    I recently purchased several of the older Behringer Denoiser series rackmount processors:





    I could not find User Manuals for the 1000 or 202/208 (one manual) in English. I did find a User Manual for the 202/208, but it's in German so not of much use (attached).

    Does anyone have a handle on the 1000 and 202/208 English User Manuals? It would be much appreciated!!

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    Hi Klark teknik support and others,

    I hope all is well.


    The klark teknik multi-fx processor board apprears to be malfunctioning in my kxd15 keyboard amp.

    Is it possible to purchase a klark teknik multi-fx replacement board?


    Thanks, George 

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    • gfosdick
      ChrisEdwards1 Hi gfosdick, if not yet done so please submit a parts request. This can be done by going to the Support tab at the top of this page and scrolling down/filling out the parts form.
      • Apr 8
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    Put this together is anyone needs it. It is MIDI assignment for Plethora X5

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    Re: can anybody help please:

    Dear TC music Tribe Community,


    I recently bought the TC G-system and have some SQS files that I want to put onto the G-box.  TC Electronic releases G-System Editor and Software 3.0 states you can download it, but when you press the “here”  link, all I get is the message 

    “…This page can’t be found…” (please see uploaded file)

     The link to the page is:

    Can anybody help please

    Kind regards


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    • antjul
      TCMike019 I have a same problem... Can find System Editing Software...
      • June 19, 2021
    • antjul
      Nigel67 Hi, is this the link you require? Please look in the 'Software' tab. In the is a G-System Editor software. If it is not what you were looking for, please let me know and I will try to help further.
      • June 19, 2021
    • antjul

      NOw, I have found software named Midi Quest... Anyody know something about it? Here's the link

      • June 19, 2021
    • antjul
      hamanohashi I received from someone in the comunity this software for a previous question about TC Helicon voicework. He sent me this but unfortunatly it does not work for me : he reconize only TC Electronics ... so I think it can help you : link is valid 7 days .
      • June 21, 2021
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    Greetings!  I have largely complete my initial design for a DM8500, made it look good, etc.  When I went to compile it though, it listed several apparently unplugged modules that I can't find anywhere on the design.  Maybe they are hiding behing a different module, but I can't find them. Is there a way to list all of the used modules with their associated ID numbers to facilitate in the troubleshooting process?

    Specifically, the compiler says that High Pass 6-24 dB/OCt (ID=8) is not an input module, and that the same filter ID=11 has no input or output (none of the High pass filters that I can see in my design are ID=8 or 11).  Also, modules 12-16 have the same issue.  They include 2 Parametric EQs, 2 comp/Limiters, and another high pass filter.

    It is possible that I created some modules early in the process before I knew what I was doing and then deleted them (or at least I THOUGHT I deleted them!).  But if I can't find them and make them go away, I can't complie the design, and the machine is useless. 

    I attached a picture of my design.  i would be happy to email the actual .dmd file, but apparently that can't be attached to the forum.

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    • trentperkins
      trentperkins Any help? I may have to rebuild the whole thing again being careful to not experiment with modules I don't end up implementing. Even so, this seems like it should be a pretty easy fix to be able to generate a list of all used modules and their status by ID number.
      • March 17, 2021
    • trentperkins
      trentperkins Thanks Thim, not only does it work, it looks great! How do you get the lines to work at right angles?
      • March 19, 2021
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    Greetings TC Electronic,

    I am a proud owner of your wonderful device Studio Konnekt 48 (SK48) which I still find very useful after all these years. I’ve gone through the various driver upgrades in Windows including the 32bit to 64bit upgrade. However just recently by chance I noticed (in Device Manager) that the drivers Windows was using for my SK48 were 32-bits (below) even though I’ve already installed your 64-bit drivers years before.

    1. C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\TCNear.sys
    2. C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\TCNearAudiosys
    3. C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\TCNearMidi.sys
    4. .......

    I've found that my SK48 64-bit driver files were in “C:\Program Files\TC Electronic\TC Near

    My question is how do I make Windows 10 use the SK48 64bit drivers above rather than the 32-bit ones ?

    Your advise to this is kindly appreciated.

    Many thanks in advance.


    Phil Mark

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    • radioinsectrecords
      PedroRodrigues Hi radioinsectrecords, please consider that the Studio Konnekt 48 is a legacy unit and we have stopped releasing any resources for this unit for some time now therefore if you wish to keep using this unit will must do it on legacy operating system as this unit will not interface on any 64-bit platform. Thank you
      • March 7, 2021
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    When I download the TonePrint manual 2.0 (frontpage attached) it look much differerent from the version that I have downloaded to my PC which is version 4.4.3. Why isn't it the same?
    Is it the software that isn't updated to a new version like the one in the manual or is it the manual that is an old version?

    The link in the manual that is directing you to the latest TonePrint editor doesn't work:

    Best regards/

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