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  • 2015-09-07
    I was under the impression that Behringer on-line sales was restricted. Knowing MAP policy is one thing. But recently noticed sellers on EBay and Amazon.com claiming to be authorized dealers. What is the official policy. I don't expect someone to type it out but maybe point someone to where it can be looked at. Thanks.
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  • 2015-08-03
    Dear all,

    We're very pleased to announce the release of Version G3.2.1 for PRO1, PRO2, and PRO2C consoles.

    New features
    • VCA/POP group user mode – allows for reordering of channels within group
    • New effects
    – Spectrum Analyser
    – Loudspeaker Processor
    – Multiband distortion
    – DeEsser
    – Smart Dynamics
    • New console updater application
    • DL231 option for independent clock configurations
    • Effects automation safe button added (in GUI)
    • Option to turn off bulkhead fans with auto on for diagnostic temp increase
    • DL231 MIDI ports activated
    Addressed Issues
    • DL155 fix for AES/EBU card output (for use with M32 console firmware v2.14)
    • DL231 split sample rate of 96/48kHz persists over power cycle
    • Blank showfile template recreated at every boot-up - prevents memory allocation error on some
    consoles when creating new show
    • Diagnostics: Generic AES50 display issue resolved
    • Diagnostics: redundant connection no longer appears red
    • Paging: method of unfolded VCA and POP groups consistent when using Extend function
    • Status of boxes consistent after being un-configured
    • Configured unconnected boxes now appear in diagnostics
    • DL231 no longer labelled as DL431 in patching page flyout box
    • DL151 / DL153 - Units now correctly report in diagnostics when connecting 2nd ports
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  • 2015-07-24
    Dear all,

    The M32 Firmware Update V 2.14 features performance enhancements to the MIDAS M32 operating system. The V 2.14 firmware improves the support for MIDAS DL152...DL155 products. It also improves the linked control over Turbosound iQ series loudspeakers, that are connected via P16 Ultranet, for concurrent remote control of EQ presets and speaker sound modelling. These loudspeaker profiles can be stored in snippets and assigned to user buttons for immediate recall or A/B comparisons. It also fixes an issue with DN32-USB reporting the console sample rate incorrectly after changing the rate on the console without rebooting.

    MIDAS is constantly adding new features and making enhancements to this extremely stable operating system, so that you always experience the best possible performance from your M32. Visit midasconsoles.com and check for updates regularly.

    Note: It is recommended that you backup all data (export Show and Libraries to USB) before updating, as a firmware upgrade may erase data currently stored on your M32. Please be aware that firmware 2.14 requires minimum M32-Edit 2.3 on PC / Mac / Linux computers in wired networks, and with M32-Mix 2.2 on Apple iPads (iOS 6 or 7) for wireless networking.

    Enhancements 2.14:
    - iQ Setup page now accessible with Layer up/down buttons
    - Recall of grouped iQ speakers' settings corrected
    - Inactive insert issue with USB activity during start-up fixed
    - Indication of DL152...DL155 preamps corrected
    - Duplicated messages suppressed when the same MIDI control is assigned to more than one button
    - Sample rate reporting of X-USB and DN32-USB cards, after changing the sample rate without rebooting the console, is improved

    The M32-EDIT 2.4 is the latest editing software update created specifically for the M32 console series. This update provides powerful remote control for all functions, as well as off-line editing and show preparation. M32-EDIT communicates via UDP/OSC protocol through the M32 Ethernet port, and facilitates the remote control or setting of virtually all functions of the M32 console. Real-time level meters are displayed for all audio channels, along with user-defined icons and names. The top left section mimics the console's main display, while the lower part represents the channel fader sections. All elements closely emulate the M32 operation, and hence allow for operational training sessions – even when the console is unavailable for hands-on experience.

    It is possible to edit multiple consoles on the same network concurrently via several instances of M32-EDIT, by selecting their individual IP addresses. It is also possible to run several instances of M32-EDIT and M32-MIX (for iPad) concurrently on several devices, with all controlling the same M32 console. The M32-EDIT communication is optimised for the support of up to four wired network clients per M32 console. We recommend using the M32-MIX application for iOS6 wireless control via your Apple iPad.

    V 2.4 now offers new graphics routines with automatic or manual scaling of the editor window to any size between 1000 and 2000 pixels width, for matching your physical display size. It also features the revised Setup structure of recent M32 firmware updates up to 2.14, and the console remote initialization is improved. The firmware DCA-Mute and Hard-Mute options are now also remote controllable from M32-EDIT 2.4. The application surface offers two Talkback buttons for direct accessibility and a new Fine mode for sensitive fader movements.

    For friends of the Raspberry Pi2, we also compiled M32-EDIT V2.4 for this extremely cost-efficient platform. We successfully tested on a RPi2 Model B 1GB running on Rasbian (Debian) Linux, and you can find a corresponding archive on the MIDAS M32 downloads page.

    New Features
    - Automatic or manual scaling of the editor window
    - Revised Setup/Config and Setup/Global structure
    - DCA Mute and Hard Mute options supported
    - RTA peak hold and decay adjustments
    - Talkback buttons available at the fader section
    - New Fine mode for smooth fader movements

    Enhancements
    - Improved remote initialisation
    - Several bug fixes

    System Requirements

    Console firmware V2.14 recommended.

    There are currently four separate archives available for download, for Windows PC, Mac OSX and Linux PC and RPi2 respectively. Up to four computers running the editor can control the same console concurrently. Several instances of the editor can be run on the same machine in order to control several consoles concurrently.

    - Compatible to Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8 operating system software
    - Compatible to Mac OSX 10.6.8, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9 or 10.10 operating system software
    - Compatible to Linux operating system software, tested with Ubuntu 14.04, 12.04 and Wine
    - Compatible to RaspberryPi, tested on a RPi2 Model B 1GB running on Rasbian (Debian GNU)
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  • 2015-07-24
    Dear All,
    We are happy to announce the release a new firmware for X AIR XR12 and XR16 Digital Mixers, version 1.10. You can find the update available for free download on the XR12 / XR16 product pages here at Behringer.com. This update addresses the following:

    - linking of line input gains fixed
    - correct indication of 0 dB fader position
    - XR12 ch 1-4, 10-12 phase fix
    - XR16 ch 1-8, 14-16 phase fix
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  • 2015-07-24
    Dear All,
    We are happy to announce the release a new firmware for X32 Digital Consoles (2.14), along with a new X32-Edit (2.4). You can find these updates available for free download on all X32 product pages here at Behringer.com. Here are the release notes from the updates:

    X32 Firmware 2.14:

    2.14 (2015-07-22)
    improvements:
    - X-USB and DN32-USB were reporting wrong sample rate after changing sample rate without reboot

    2.13 (2015-07-06)
    improvements:
    - fixed an issue where iQ speaker settings were not recalled correctly when linked
    - iQ setup now also accessible via layer buttons
    - fixed an issue where inserts were not activated when usb was very busy during startup
    - correct preamp indication on DL152..DL155, output SRC disabled on DL155
    - fixed an issue where midi messages were duplicated when assigned to more than one assignable
    button/encoder simultaneously

    X32-Edit:
    V 2.4 now offers new graphics routines with automatic or manual scaling of the editor window to any size between 1000 and 2000 pixels width, for matching your physical display size. It also features the revised Setup structure of recent X32 firmware updates up to 2.14, and the console remote initialization is improved. The firmware DCA-Mute and Hard-Mute options are now also remote controllable from X32-EDIT 2.4. The application surface offers two Talkback buttons for direct accessibility and a new Fine mode for sensitive fader movements.
    For friends of the Raspberry Pi2, we also compiled X32-EDIT V2.4 for this extremely cost-efficient platform. We successfully tested on a RPi2 Model B 1GB running on Rasbian (Debian) Linux, and you can find a corresponding archive on the BEHRINGER X32 downloads page.

    New Features:
    - Automatic or manual scaling of the editor window
    - Revised Setup/config and Setup/global structure
    - DCA Mute and Hard Mute options supported
    - RTA peak hold and decay adjustments
    - Talkback buttons available at the fader section
    - New Fine mode for smooth fader movements
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  • 2015-06-27
    Apple is about to release their next update to their iOS very soon - iOS 8.4.

    It is advised not to update your current iOS version until compatibility tests has been made on the iOS 8.4 release for the current apps if you are dependent on your iPad/iPhone for your x32/m32 and x-air.
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  • 2015-06-24
    Hi,

    I'm thinking of upgrading to Win10 from Win7 in July. Will the current drivers for both USB & Firewire be compatible with the new operating system? Will there be a new driver for win10?

    Just want to be reassured that's all.

    Thank you,

    Regards,
    Zach
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  • 2015-06-10
    I ordered my XD80USB electronic drum set from my local dealer and was told that Behringer would not be shipping until the end of June.

    Is that still the case?
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  • 2015-06-02
    Dear All,

    Today we are glad to announce that we have released the latest firmware update for the X32 family of Digital Mixers. The update has some fixes and feature enhancements including functions for the X32CORE system. You can download the latest firmware from the Behringer Website:

    http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/X32.aspx
    http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/X32-COMPACT.aspx
    http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/X32-PRODUCER.aspx
    http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/X32-RACK.aspx
    http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/X32-CORE.aspx

    Please note: It is recommended that you backup all data (export Show and Libraries to USB) before updating, as a firmware upgrade may erase data currently stored on your X32.

    X32 Firmware V 2.11 and 2.12

    The X32 Firmware Update V 2.12 features performance enhancements to the award-winning X32 operating system. The V 2.12 firmware adds support for Behringer S32, MIDAS M32C, DL32 and DL231 products and includes a number of improvements. It also offers to group a selection of Turbosound iQ series loudspeakers, that are connected via P16 Ultranet, for concurrent remote control of EQ presets and speaker sound modelling. These loudspeaker profiles can now be stored in snippets and assigned to user buttons for immediate recall or A/B comparisons.

    BEHRINGER is constantly adding new features and making enhancements to this extremely stable operating system, so that you always experience the best possible performance from your X32. Check out behringer.com for updates regularly.
    Note: It is recommended that you backup all data (export Show and Libraries to USB) before updating, as a firmware upgrade may erase data currently stored on your X32. Please be aware that firmware 2.12 requires minimum X32-Edit 2.3 on PC / Mac / Linux computers in wired networks, and with X32-Mix 2.2 on Apple iPads (iOS 6 or 7) for wireless networking.

    Enhancements 2.11:

    - load show file in X32CORE fixed (snippet offset)
    - fader motor issues on M32/M32R (minimum position) fixed
    - exclude hidden and system files from usb file list
    - correct indication of 0 dB fader position
    - scene GO and UNDO leds fixed
    - DHCP can be selected on X32CORE
    - bus AFL solo correctly uses pan when bus is routed to LR

    New features 2.11:

    - support for M32C, S32, DL32, DL231

    Enhancements 2.12:

    - HUI level meters and LCD fixed
    - DHCP menu on X32CORE fixed
    - fixed rare issue where aes50 slave mode won't sync
    - iQ speaker settings moved to /outputs/p16 path

    New features 2.12:

    - iQ speaker control groups A/B function
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  • 2015-06-02
    Dear All,

    We're happy to announce that the latest M32 firmware V 2.12 is currently now available for download from the MIDAS website! See the official release notes below:

    M32 Firmware V 2.12
    The M32 Firmware Update V 2.12 features performance enhancements to the MIDAS M32 operating system. The V 2.12 firmware adds support for MIDAS M32C, DL32 and DL231 products and includes a number of improvements. It also offers to group a selection of Turbosound iQ series loudspeakers, that are connected via P16 Ultranet, for concurrent remote control of EQ presets and speaker sound modelling. These loudspeaker profiles can now be stored in snippets and assigned to user buttons for immediate recall or A/B comparisons.

    MIDAS is constantly adding new features and making enhancements to this extremely stable operating system, so that you always experience the best possible performance from your M32. Visit midasconsoles.com and check for updates regularly.

    Note: It is recommended that you backup all data (export Show and Libraries to USB) before updating, as a firmware upgrade may erase data currently stored on your M32. Please be aware that firmware 2.12 requires minimum M32-Edit 2.3 on PC / Mac / Linux computers in wired networks, and with M32-Mix 2.2 on Apple iPads (iOS 6 or 7) for wireless networking.

    Enhancements 2.11:
    – load show file in X32CORE fixed (snippet offset)
    – fader motor issues on M32/M32R (minimum position) fixed
    – exclude hidden and system files from usb file list
    – correct indication of 0 dB fader position
    – scene GO and UNDO leds fixed
    – DHCP can be selected on X32CORE
    – bus AFL solo correctly uses pan when bus is routed to LR

    New features 2.11:
    – support for M32C, S32, DL32, DL231

    Enhancements 2.12:
    – HUI level meters and LCD fixed
    – DHCP menu on X32CORE fixed
    – fixed rare issue where aes50 slave mode won't sync
    – iQ speaker settings moved to /outputs/p16 path

    New features 2.12:
    – iQ speaker control groups A/B function
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    • Chase Mcknight
      JonBurgstrom Hi,

      You might want to do a "search and replace" for "X32CORE" and replace it with "M32C" in the above M32 firmware announcement. Just saying.
      • June 4, 2015
    • Chase Mcknight
      Chase Mcknight
      Jon Burgstrom;51347 wrote:
      Hi,

      You might want to do a "search and replace" for "X32CORE" and replace it with "M32C" in the above M32 firmware announcement. Just saying.


      Hi Jon,

      Actually- a few of the v2.12 updates pertain to the X32CORE specifically, not the M32C.
      • June 8, 2015
    • Chase Mcknight
      JackDaugherty I just bought a m32R and was wondering if when m32 is mentioned it is understood that that information also pertains to a m32R regarding update firmware etc.
      • October 7, 2015
    • Chase Mcknight
      Chase Mcknight
      Jack Daugherty;60862 wrote:
      I just bought a m32R and was wondering if when m32 is mentioned it is understood that that information also pertains to a m32R regarding update firmware etc.


      Hi Jack,

      Mostly, yes. When new firmware comes out, it pertains to all variants of the M32, however in some cases certain features may be optimized for a specific console - which will be noted in the firmware remarks. Hope this helps!
      • October 7, 2015
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