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    PhilBaca
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-21

    Using x32, from mac feeding aux 1 and 2 for playback,on recordings, trying to hook up a sub for monitors, so when monitor levels are changed, the sub changes with it,,,

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    Marsalgel
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-21

    Good day!

    I have a umc 1820 and all the audio channel lights are blinking and it doesn't work.

    What can happen?

    Thanks

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    tonytrombo
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-21

    How do you SIMPLY send the XR18's FX and EQ to a DAW along WITH the dry signal for each track?

    Our XR18's mix sounds perfect LIVE, and that's exactly what I want the computer to record! I DON'T want to add FX and EX to the tracks in the DAW later!

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    MThack
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-21

    Hello everyone,

    I have a x32 compact with the usb card to hook to my computer/DAW. I have a Fostex VF160 multi-channle recorder that I use for remote recording sessions. the Fostex has Optical ADAT outs. I have a Powerplay 16-I that has Optical ADAT inputs.

    I can run the ADAT FROM the Fostex TO the P16-I and hook a P16-M to it and everything works great.

    Okay here is my question...

    Is it possible to run the Cat5 cable FROM the P16-I TO the x32 via the ASE50 A or B to get the recording input from the Fostex that is running into the P16-I?

    I mean, it seems like it should work like the Digital Snake.

    This would allow for my remote recording to be inputed into the x32 while being able to record 16 channels inthe studio.

    Any help would be appreciated!

    Mike

     

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    AlanPattle
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-20

    Hi,

    I have bought a secondhand Behringer CX2310 unit from EBay to drive a single set of small speakers and a subwoofer for a small church building. 

    I need to understand how to connect the speakers (via an Amp) so I get "full range to each side and lows to the subwoofer. 

    1. Can I connect the outputs of the "High" and "Low" outputs to one channel of the amp to effectively sum the outputs?

    2. Do I tune say the "High" or "Low" outputs to give me the range I need?

    The frequency response of the speakers (JBL Control One Pro) is 100Hz - 18KHz

    The frequency response of the Sub is 40Hz to 250Hz

    So I need to be able to send 200Hz - 18KHz to the JBLs and 40Hz - 250Hz to the Sub

    I can't see which settings I can use to achieve this without using both the high and low outputs.

    Any thoughts??

    Thanks

    Alan  

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    jacksonmanson87
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-20

    You are using your orbi device effortlessly. But at some point you are seeing orbilogin.com not working window on your screen. In case if you are facing the orbilogin.com not working error, you can fix the issue by following few basic troubleshooting steps:

    • Make sure that the orbi router is properly connected to the power source.
    • Ensure that your device is connected with orbi network or LAN port.
    • You can try to power cycle your orbi router, modem and satellite.
    • Try deleting all the cookies, cache and history of the browser you are using.
    • If this does not work, you can change the web browser and try using another browser.
    • You can use the IP address of orbilogin in case you fail to login with the default web address.
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    jacksonmanson87
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-20

    However, it is frustrating when you are trying to get into Netgear router login page and it shows the error- routerlogin.net not working. This happens due to technical liabilities that can be fixed by trying the following steps:

    • Ensure that your Netgear router is plugged in and receiving constant power supply.
    • Make sure that the cable connection between the devices is proper.
    • If you are accessing slow internet on your device, you will fail to log into Netgear router.
    • Make sure you are putting web address into the address bar not the search bar.
    • Use 192.168.1.1 IP address instead of www.routerlogin.net to get into Netgear router.
    • Check that the default login credentials that you are using are correct.
    • Use the updated version of web browser.
    • Clear the cookies and history of the browser.
    • Power cycle your modem and router.
    • Make sure that your Netgear router is away from electrical appliances such as- microwave oven, cordless phone, etc.
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    jacksonmanson87
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-20

    To begin setting up your Arlo account, connect the Arlo base station to your home Wi-Fi network. The instructions below will guide you through the Arlo base station setup:

    • Connect the Arlo base station to the power adapter, then plug it into a wall socket.
    • With the help of an Ethernet cable, connect the Arlo base station to your wireless router.
    • After that, turn on the Arlo base station and wait for a steady and solid green light to appear.

    The Arlo base station is synced to the home Wi-Fi network when it has a green light.

    Steps for Arlo Login via my.arlo.com

    • To begin, open any internet browser on your laptop, such as Firefox or Chrome.
    • Then type my.arlo.com into your web browser.
    • Arlo’s login page appears on the screen. Now, enter the email address and password.
    • After enter the same email address that you used while creating an Arlo login account.
    • At the end click ‘Login’ to complete the Arlo login process.
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    jacksonmanson87
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-20

    All are having a complaint of not having a web interface for Linksys Velop Login . So, in the latest firmware Linksys has added a web interface for Linksys Velop. To log into the web interface of the Linksys, follow the steps we are providing here.

    • Connect to the wifi network of the Linksys node and open a web browser from the same device.
    • You can either type linksyssmartwifi.com or IP address 192.168.1.1 to open the login page for Linksys Velop.
    • Click on click here link and a page will be open in front of you. Enter the account credentials such as username or email id and password for the cloud account and click on the sign in button.
    • You will now be able to see the dashboard of your Linksys Velop.



    Sometimes you get an error while opening the web interface for your router. Linksyssmartwifi.com gives you an error like you are not connected to the internet. Parental controls feature is sometimes difficult to understand as you have to open the web interface and then make the settings. You can also check the speed of the internet you are getting from each node. Instant alert feature is also there to remind you of something. There are various other features you want to know about in your Linksys smart wifi router or Linksys Velop Login. To know more about the features of the Linksys Velop, get in touch with us.

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    Whodunit
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-20

    Hi guys, 

    Just got used a TC Electronic - Nova Drive.

    I really like a couple of the setting the previous owner has programmed.

    How can I see the parameters so I can recreate and archive the settings, before I strat tweeking?

     

    Thanks Mike

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