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    Mike7300
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-06

    I set my Analog Outputs to Mix Buses and then picked Pre Fader. My IEMs are connected to these outputs.  My understanding is that if I mute a channel that's going through the main speakers I should be able to still here that channel in my IEM as long as the send is not muted.  Is that correct? Cause if so I am muting a channel for the mains and it's muting on my IEMs too.  I did not select Pre+M.

     

     

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    • Mike7300
      Mike7300 See below
      • Wed at 7:22 PM
    • Mike7300
      RexBeckett Hi Mike, that is the way M32/X32 works. The channel mute affects bus sends as well as the send to the Main mix. One solution, for a small number of channels, is to assign them to a DCA and mute that. The DCA mute would not affect bus sends.
      • 7 hours ago
    • Mike7300
      KlausMock The settings made on the page shown on that image is related to the output of the mixbus master not the tappoint of the input channels, which should be sent to the mixbus master. If you set the tappoint here to Pre it means that you cannot control the output level of the mixbus via the fader of the mixbus master channel. You have to setup the tappoint of the input channels either individually on the input channel sends page or on the config page of the mixbus master channel. There are less options available for the tappoints and none of them has to do something with the input channel mutes. The only remedy at the moment is the usage of DCAs.
      • 5 hours ago
    • Mike7300
      GaryHiggins The ch mute happens normally just before the fader, so only post fader taps will include it. If you want the ch mute status to be retained yet use an earlier tap position that would not normally have it (with regard to out 1-16, ultranet out 1-16 and aux out) use the associated +M position, like "pre eq+M" Not sure if that ever worked properly, however it is my understanding of what it was supposed to do. I would love to have the true explanation of +M if mine is not correct...and I can stop spreading rumors :-)
      • 3 hours ago
    • Mike7300
      Mike7300 Got it, in general the routing settings I have though are correct for in ears right? This setting should allow me to change faders on the mains without it effecting my in ears.
      • 3 hours ago
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    KirkThompson
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-05

    I got the cable out with the help of youtube, but now would like to know how to go about fixing it.  Do i open it up and replace the spring part, the whole chassis plug, or the whole row of xlr-in on a board.  I can solder cable but i don't mess with circuit boards.  I just need some help to determine what direction i need to go to remedy the situation.  The quick fix is stick a little short xlr that doesn't need to come out and attatch to that

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    • KirkThompson
      Paul_Vannatto Hi Kirk, when I got my second X32 Rack (Apr 2015), I used it for the first time as an S16. At the end of the event, I ended up with 2 stuck XLR cables. Fortunately Robert Lofgren had made a video to show how to de-latch these XLR jacks and I went about de-latching all of the XLR jacks of that X32 Rack. Oddly enough, my first X32 Rack (purchased Oct 2014) still has its latches and haven't yet have any problem. If you want, I can ask Robert if he still has that video available.
      • Wed at 5:31 PM
    • KirkThompson
      KirkThompson

      I got the cable out. I’m trying to figure out how to fix it or just put a little short xlr cable in it permanently?
      • Wed at 5:51 PM
    • KirkThompson
      Paul_Vannatto As I mentioned, my fix was to remove (de-latch) the latches altogether.
      • Wed at 7:04 PM
    • KirkThompson
      Paul_Vannatto Here is the video link in case you decide to do it with your X32
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=os-tpWad7Uc
      • 3 hours ago
    • KirkThompson
      KevinMaxwell Here is my cut and paste reply to this problem.
      The problems with XLR connectors getting stuck in the XLR jacks in the console is not unique to Behringer. I have seen it happen on some rather high end consoles. If the male connector is bent and it is plugged into a jack it is likely to get stuck. If you try to force it, it will usually get stuck worse. You must make sure that the connector isn’t bent. When one normally unplugs the XLR it is advisable that you are sure to have the release tab fully pushed in before trying to pull the plug out. If it seems to get stuck push the plug all the way in and then push the release tab and gently try pulling the plug out. If it’s a Neutrik connector you can unscrew the cable from the shell and deal with it later.
      • 49 minutes ago
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    Cardenar
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-05

    I have a Behringer NX4000 that for some reason it locked up in protected mode. Now I can't get it to rest. Now I don't know how to get it fixed. 

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    • Cardenar
      DavidKnighton Hello Cardenar,
      Please submit a SUPPORT ticket using the tab at the top of the page. Someone will be able to advise how to resolve this issue.
      • Wed at 3:35 PM
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    knaepp
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-05

    To whom it may concern,

    because I really do not know how to address the download issue I recognized on the download page I decided to leave a short message here. After trying to download the

    WING_COPILOT_1.7.zip

    from the downloadpage (https://www.behringer.com/downloads.html) and not from playstore I recognized that there is a dysfunctional url addressed. It would be a pleasure for some users if this entry would be corrected.

    Currently the URL point to:

    "https://mediadl.musictribe.comhttps: //mediadl.musictribe.com/download/software/behringer/WING/WING_COPILOT_1.7.zip"

    which is incorrect. It should be adjusted to

    "https://mediadl.musictribe.com/download/software/behringer/WING/WING_COPILOT_1.7.zip"

    which works perfect.

    Version 1.6 is affected in the same way. A correction of the url would be a pleasure for me.

     

    Thanks in advance.

     

    Best regards

     

    Matthias

     

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    • knaepp
      DavidKnighton Hello Matthias,
      Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I'll inform the web team at once of this issue.
      • Wed at 3:41 PM
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    ChrisTW13
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-05

    I need a simple piece of kit for podcasting and have been recommeneded the 302USB.  My only input will be a mixed analog line level from 6 mono mics through a 1/4" jack and only ouptut the USB to my laptop.  From there I will be streaming live to YouTube (with the addition of the video signal from my webcam).

     

    It appears to me that the UM2 is simpler and should be up to the job, but is there any good reason to choose the 302USB instead?   In particular, is there any difference in quality of the output?

     

    Thanks

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    • ChrisTW13
      ChrisTW13 This is a repeat from me (ChrisTW13) who asked the question. Don't know how the system muddled me up with kjackson617!
      • Wed at 3:57 AM
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    kjackson617
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-05

    I need a simple piece of kit for podcasting and have been recommeneded the 302USB.  My only input will be a mixed analog line level from 6 mono mics through a 1/4" jack and only ouptut the USB to my laptop.  From there I will be streaming live to YouTube (with the addition of the video signal from my webcam).

    It appears to me that the UM2 is simpler and should be up to the job, but is there any good reason to choose the 302USB instead?   In particular, is there any difference in quality of the output?

    Thanks

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    • kjackson617
      kjackson617 I posted this question as user ChrisTW13 - don't know why it is showing as kjackson617 - who is he or she?
      • Wed at 3:48 AM
      • Compare UM2 with 302USB
        DavidKnighton Hello Chris, this is a very odd issue and I've brought it to the attention of our admins. We'll try and get this sorted. Apologies for any inconvenience.
        • Wed at 4:03 PM
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    bushwickanalog
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-05

    So I bought a UMC204HD and it's great. However it doesn't send the microphone input over to my pc. It doesn't detect any sound. The headset output works fine. It's only both microhone inputs that do not work on my PC. They do however seem to work if I listen to the microphone on the device itself. 

    I've tried updating the drivers and the obsious plugging it in and out. This worked once but the day after it was back to the same problem. And now switching usb ports doesn't even work anymore.

    I'm sorry if I did not use the correct terminology, i'm quite new to all of this.

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    • bushwickanalog
      Dale_M Hi there can you try another USB cable, another port or even another PC/MAC to see if the issue follows it?
      • Wed at 1:16 AM
    • bushwickanalog
      bushwickanalog

      Okay, so i've tried it on my laptop and it does seem to work there. I do want to clarify that the headphones do work on my PC aswell. It is only the microphone that is 'malfunctioning' So even though I cannot confirm it seems unlikely that the usb cable is the culprit.

      • Wed at 2:24 AM
    • bushwickanalog
      bushwickanalog

      Also as an addition. I just looked at the properties of the UMC204HD 192K device that shows up in the devices manager. When I select the property "date of driver" it sais "20-6-2019" even though I installed the UMC series windows Driver yesterday. I have no clue if this can be the cause of the issue. It does show the same as on my laptop (Just like all other properties). The only difference I can see is after plugging the USB audio interface into my laptop it gets recognised immeadiatly but when I do this on my PC i have to restart before it gets seen by my system.

      If it helps I do run voicemeeter on my PC. I don't think this should cause issues but im not sure.

      • Wed at 2:48 AM
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    Mike7300
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-05

    Hi - I have all my mix buses 1-6 routed to analog outputs 1-6 and as you can see they work.  Analog 2 has nothing plugged in so makes sense it's not showing anything.  I have mix buses 7 and 8 routed to Aux Outs 1 and 2.  I made sure all settings are similar yet I'm not getting anything coming out of those.  Anything I should check?  Thanks 

     

     

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    • Mike7300
      GaryHiggins Routing for aux out 1 and 2 says mixbus 7 and mixbus 8? Postfader maybe with faders down?...check bus masters
      • Tue at 7:34 PM
    • Mike7300
      Mike7300

      Seems fixed but it seems like maybe a bug with the software. I muted input 5 and then it randomly started working. I then unmuted input 5 as it was before and still working....I don’t get it.

      • Tue at 7:40 PM
    • Mike7300
      Mike7300

      Should I upgrade to the newest version? I think I’m still on the older version.

      • Tue at 7:42 PM
      • Issue with using Aux Out
        GaryHiggins Most times I would say yes, get the latest version and update the mixer as well. That is what I would do however these days it may be not without glitches of its own. Still probably the best idea. You might consider Mixing Station or X32 edit. Both big improvements from my point of view.
        • Wed at 1:01 AM
    • Mike7300
      Mike7300 Something else I noticed; it seems like to get more volume from an input (example a guitar) coming from out of my in ears I have to move that input fader up. But I don’t actually want my guitar coming out the main speakers.....I really only want to turn it up on my in ears monitors. Is there a setting I need to change?
      • Wed at 5:30 AM
    • Mike7300
      GaryHiggins Routing and other operations on the X32 can be very difficult when you first get started. The program you are using is not the most intuitive one imo. You might be better served with one of the others mentioned, esp X32-Edit as the ch and bus info on it is more easily seen and logically followed. You can turn off the send to the mains on any ch of the mixer and it will then only go to the buses you are using for your in ears.
      • Wed at 12:10 PM
  • New
    sdesmond303
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-04

    I just recently purchased a Berhinger32 board for our church. I have setup and used three other X32 boards in the past without incident. After setting up this board I am having an issue where the volume of the powered mains, one powered monitor, an two separate amped monitors all jumps up about an hour after turning the board on. The signal level is unchanged on the board.

    Never seem this before. Any suggestions?

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    • sdesmond303
      DavidKnighton Hello sdesmond303,
      First thing I would do is isolate the issue from the speakers. Plug the main outputs back into an available input, ensuring the input faders stay down so you don't create a feedback loop. With the preamp gain down, you should get the same level as what is outputting the mains. You should be able to monitor all levels on the METERS page. Take the input signal and patch it to the USB RECORDER and press record. If the output signal spikes after an hour, then the USB RECORDER should capture it, and then you can confirm whether or not the issue is with the board outputs.
      • Tue at 3:38 PM
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    RobertPatrick152
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-04

    Good afternoon, 

    On my XR18, I have routed two seaprate monitors throguh Aux Out 1 (Main L) and Aux Out 2 (Main R).  I tried using two different monitors:

    EAW RL12
    https://eaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/RL12_SPECS_revA.pdf

    YamahaDRX12
    https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/DXR12mkII--yamaha-dxr12mkii-1100w-12-inch-powered-speaker

    The volume on the EAW was SIGNIFICANTLY quieter, yet my settings on the XAir app seemed to be identical.  The EAW should be able to get just as loud, if not louder than the Yamaha, though. 

    Does anyone have any ideas or advice as to what might be causing this?  

    Thanks!

     

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    • RobertPatrick152
      DavidKnighton Hello RobertPatrick152,
      Realistically, different manufacturers shouldn't be mixed for a Stereo Main L/R output because of discrepancies like this. The difference in components, circuitry, shape of the cabinet, etc. can affect the overall output level and tone of the box. For this reason, it is always recommended to use identical speakers for stereo L/R operation so you have consistent level and tone between both sides.
      • Tue at 3:44 PM
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