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Behringer X32

We just purchased Behringer X32 and we have no clue how to use it especially setting the sub up and monitors. Can someone please walk me step by step how to setup the sub, assign monitor and main speakers etc. Also could I plug in unpowered speaker as well?

Thank you

joelchuks Contributor - Level 1 2019-10-21

2019-10-21

Behringer X32

We just purchased Behringer X32 and we have no clue how to use it especially setting the sub up and monitors. Can someone please walk me step by step how to setup the sub, assign monitor and main speakers etc. Also could I plug in unpowered speaker as well?

Thank you

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Re: Behringer X32

Hi Joel ( @joelchuks ), 

 

Welcome to the community.   A YouTube search is your best starting point.  There are many great videeos on YT for the X32. Drew Brashler is particularly good and as an added bonus he focuses his training on church teams.  https://dbbaudio.com/

 

Here's a 93 video playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnahUgGeCtI8rdNNS28EkCksnlVfz_qrT

 

Hope this helps, 

Ken

If you want "Loud", then run a piece of sheet metal through a table saw. --Ivan Beaver
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Re: Behringer X32

I just got an x32 also... I have found that reading the manual , checking YouTube and learning one thing at a time is working for me.

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Re: Behringer X32

@joelchuks , @AndrewElford ,

 

A couple of tools I've found to be invaluable for learning are a tone generator and either a signal scope or a spectrum analyzer.  These tools are available as phone apps, DAW plugins, and standalone pieces of equipment.  These tools along with an assortment of cables, splitters, adapters, etc provide a solid test setup for learning channel setup, routing, and mixing.   I use a set of iOS apps from Performance Audio (https://www.performanceaudio.com/apps). 

 

These tools also come as plugins in Reaper. (https:/www.reaper.fm) 

 

Ken

If you want "Loud", then run a piece of sheet metal through a table saw. --Ivan Beaver