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  • DanielSan85
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-06-09

    Hola!

    ¿cómo hago para registrar los equipos behringer que adquirí hace poco?

    Gracias

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  • EthanM
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-14

    Hey there, I recently purchased a Behringer302USB which has phantom power (less than 48v) that can't be switched off. I am considering purchasing a dynamic microphone such as the Behringer BA 85A to use with this interface but I'm unsure if the phantom power would damage or cause interference of any sort.
    Please let me know!
    Thanks in advance.

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  • Nacho1
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-04-10

    hola, tengo un problema con mí micro condensador que compre, compre estas dos cosas nuevas en su paquete cerrado en un local de música, y me he bajado reaper para grabarme y me pasa lo siguiente.. la placa no me reconoce el microfono o no se prende, y prendo la alimentacion phantom de +48v y sigue sin reconocermelo, es decir no se prende el led rojo, que deberia prenderse, alguien sabe o entiendo porque me pasa esto, no puedo grabarmí voz. y tengo el cable xrl , que lo he usado con un micro de cardio peavey, pero el behringer no me lo reconoce, estoy muy frustrado

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    • Nacho1
      DaveMorrison

      @Nacho1 


      I believe the red LED for the +48 v Phantom power should light up whether a Microphone is connect or not. 


      You mentioned a micro condenser microphone. Is that a different microphone than the C1? 

      • April 10, 2020
  • Roseanne
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-03-02

    Hace poco compré unos micrófonos behringer ultra302mic y me encantan pero uno de ellos comenzó a tener problemas de conección con su caja, prende una luz roja y como que se va la señal cuando estoy cantando.

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    • Roseanne
      RexBeckett

      @Roseanne 


      Hola Roseanne, bienvenidos a la comunidad.


       


      Le sugiero que presente un ticket de Atención para la Reparación del Servicio explicando su problema. Esto se hace haciendo clic en Soporte en la parte superior de la página y luego haciendo clic en el botón Crear un ticket de atención. Esto es solo es posible si ha completado todos los campos obligatorios en su perfil. Asegúrese de completar todos los campos obligatorios en el formulario de Atención.

      • March 2, 2020
    • Roseanne
      Roseanne

      Gracias. Lo intento pero me pide el número de serie y no sé cuál de los numeros que tiene la caja es.

      • March 2, 2020
  • hoangbaokhoa
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-02-10

    We have sold many to clients but now they want to return because the signal not stable and drop off during singing. Some clients using many (2 or 3 sets) at the same time on stages also informed us the same, they said the ULM302MICs signals were interfered and dropped. Would you please check and advise for solution? We still have many in stock.

    Many thanks in advance.

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  • MyBones
    Contributor - Level 3
    2020-01-27

    At the x32 Compact, I got 1-6 Auxes-Out, 2 for monitors. I'd like to use all 1-8 as auxes. The setting is:

    8 mics into ch 1-8, ch 1-8 routed to bus 1-8, auxes output 1-6 from DirOut 1-6, at the aux-outputs I have connected a R-88 recorder. This means, the recorder gets the signals from the ch 1-6 over aux-out 1-6. Problem is, that i cannot get the auxes 7/8 connected to the R-88 recorder, because the are reserved for monitors. If I activate the monitors menue, I can set Aux 7/8 as the monitors output, but then I have to set ch 7/8 on solo, and the signal is depending on the monitors level knob and they are linked and pre fader.

     

    How may I disconnect the 7/8 Aux from monitor and have them unlinked ?

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    • MyBones
      CraigFowler

      You can't.  The last 2 aux out sockets labelled "monitor" are fixed to the console's solo bus, you can't un-patch them, so if you try to use them as direct outs you're basically sacrificing the console's solo functionality. You can set channels to solo AFL instead of PFL if you want them recorded post fader. 


       


      Do you have any free XLR outputs you could use instead?


       


      PS, you could route direct outs from channels rather than going through buses if you want.

      • January 27, 2020
    • MyBones
      MyBones

      Thanks!


      Obviously, one can get around this by using additional XLR-Outputs, but I think it is a waste of opportunities, to fix channels to solo buses. It would be more flexible to leave them configurable.


      I think it would have been better, to design the auxes "8 in" and "8 out".


      In my settings, I have not much use of monitors, but this depends on the current situation.


      OK.


       


       


       

      • January 27, 2020
    • MyBones
      Paul_Vannatto


      @MyBones wrote:


      I think it is a waste of opportunities, to fix channels to solo buses. It would be more flexible to leave them configurable.





      You have to realize that the X32 design was conceived over 10 years ago and has been in production over 7 years. And when it was first released, it's price was less than half of its nearest competitor. If you really have to have that flexibility, consider getting the newest member of the family - the Wing. Already there are complaints that the Wing does not come with dedicated channels (eg. main LR). Evidently you can't please everyone. 


       

      • January 27, 2020
  • MyBones
    Contributor - Level 3
    2020-01-24

    Configuring the library "Local IO", I engaged the 48 V power to some channels. When changing to the "Card Playback" configuration, the 48 V power keeps engaged, but is not shown on the panel, shown at the rear plugs lights only

    I do not want to have the 48 V power to be engaged in the "Card Playback" setup, but it seems to be copied from the "Local IO" into this.

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    • MyBones
      RexBeckett

      @MyBones 


      I'm assuming your question is about X32 or M32 consoles. The +48V Phantom switch is part of the preamp configuration. When you switch to playback mode, the channel inputs are switched to those defined in the Play routing but the preamps are still active and can be used for recording or sending to other consoles. You can change the phantom settings on the Setup -> Preamps screen/tab.


       


      If you want to have a special configuration for playback that disables the phantom power, you could use a scene or snippet instead of the Record/Play routing switch.

      • January 24, 2020
    • MyBones
      MyBones

       


        Thanks for the answer, and yes, the question was about the x32 Compact.


       Seems to be necessary to disable +48V power everytime I change to CardPlayback, if it was activated in Local I/O. Deactivating and saving in CardPlayback has no effect, the Record/Play routing switch has no effect on +48V power either.   Question depending on that: Why is the activated +48V-Power from Setup/Preamps not shown in the config/preamp panel too?
      • January 25, 2020
    • MyBones
      RexBeckett


      @MyBones wrote:




       


        Thanks for the answer, and yes, the question was about the x32 Compact.


       Seems to be necessary to disable +48V power everytime I change to CardPlayback, if it was activated in Local I/O. Deactivating and saving in CardPlayback has no effect, the Record/Play routing switch has no effect on +48V power either.   Question depending on that: Why is the activated +48V-Power from Setup/Preamps not shown in the config/preamp panel too?




      @MyBones 


      The Record/Play routing switch only changes the routing. It has no effect on other console settings. The phantom power status is always available on Setup -> Preamps but is only shown on a channel's Config screen when the channel is connected to a preamp - so this is affected by the current routing.


       


      Why is it important for you to switch off phantom power during playback? Normally it is better to leave microphones powered so there is no pop when switching back to recording.

      • January 25, 2020
    • MyBones
      MyBones

       


       


        Surely I can get around this by paying attention...  


      ...but assume I have a stagebox with microphones using +48 and then I decide to change to dynamic microphones. Neither the stagebox nor the panel shows the activated +48 in the Card setup. I have to look at the rear of the x32 or into the setup/preamps. It is just a little bit tricky for amateurs. 
      • January 25, 2020
  • Denizak
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-01-20

    Hi Everybody,

    I have recently purhased QX1832USB mixer with USB input for 1&2 mic input that enables to use USB wireless behringer microphones. I have purhased ULM300USB and it is working very well. My question is If I purhased one more ULM300USB microphone does it work with the same USB dongle of the previous mic. Because there is only one usb input for mic usb dongle. 

    Thank you for your support. 

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    • Denizak
      RexBeckett

      @Denizak 


      Hi Deniz, welcome to the community.


       


      I don't think you can use two microphones with the ULM300USB. The ULM202USB has two mics with a single USB receiver.

      • January 19, 2020
    • Denizak
      Denizak

      Thank you @RexBeckett ,


      In the product specs of ULM300USB it's mentioned that the dongle has dual mode. 


      "Package of ULM300M handheld microphone and ULM300D dual-mode USB receiver"

      • January 19, 2020
  • harvest316
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-01-08

    I have two Behringer B115D speakers and an Ultralink ULM300USB microphone.  I love Behringer's feedback cancellation technology here.  I figure there are some smarts in the speakers that subtract the incoming XLR signal from the mic's signal, so you can place the open mic right in front of the speaker with virtually zero feedback.

    But the mic vocals only come through the one speaker that I've plugged the USB receiver dongle into.  I know I could plug the USB dongle into a laptop and route it through to both speakers from there, but this would lose the benefit of the feedback cancellation.  So I'd like to hear the mic vocals through both speakers, without losing the feedback cancellation.

    I wonder if I might be so lucky to find that simply buying another ULM300USB would fix the problem?  I'd then have two receiver dongles, which I could plug into each speaker, and fingers crossed, the two mics will then transmit simultaneously to both receivers.

    I wish I was that lucky.  I bet each unit has a unique frequency or signature so they only pair with the dongle they were sold with.

    What are my chances of a win here?  Anyone actually tried this?

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    • harvest316
      harvest316

      Would really love to hear any thoughts on this...

      • February 5, 2020
    • harvest316
      RexBeckett

      @harvest316 


      Hello Paul, welcome to the community.


       


      I don't think you would be able to feed two receivers from one mic. The mic and receiver are paired like Bluetooth devices.


       


      Have you tried taking the Mix output from the speaker with the ULM300USB and connecting it to the line input of the second speaker?

      • February 5, 2020
  • Nyleneves
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-12-11

    my cordless  behringer microphone is connected to my behringer QX1204USB mixer.  The light on the microphone and the USB device connected to the mixer is blinking orange 4-5 seconds than turns off.  How do I get the light to stay on and work so sound comes out of my speakers.  I get sound coming out of my speakers when I use my wire microphones but not with my cordless microphones.

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    • Nyleneves
      KenMitchell

      Hi Nyle ( @Nyleneves ), 


       


      Welcome to the community.  Try putting fresh batteries in the microphone and also try re-pairing the microphone to the receiver.  I"m not sure what makes them become unpaired but I've had this happen in the past. 


       


      Hope this helps, 


      Ken

      • December 11, 2019
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