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  • automaticform
    Contributor - Level 1

    I opened up a technical ticket 3 days ago and NO REPLY!!!!

    It's been under 30 days and this machine no longer works!!!!

    Only the 440hz sound plays and I have tried everything. It is DEAD.

    The model D is patched to Behringer's own recommended settings to get sound out of it!!!
    When I increase the volume all the way, I hear a tiny click with each MIDI press but that is it!

    I have already tried running MIDI to it from 3 different sources: Ableton, a Keystep, and a Novation Circuit.

    Double-checked over and over that everything is going to the same channel.

    Tried other channels by flipping the dip switches in the back.

    Tried 3 different MIDI cables and quarter inch cables!!!!!!!!!!

    Tried listening through the headphone jack and through the high and low on the back. No SOUND is produced!

    The only thing I can think is that I upgraded from 1.0 to 1.1.1. But it didn't immediately die. I played at least once after the updated firmware.

    24 hours later DEAD.

    Please a REPLY would be nice after 3 days as I can find no phone number to speak to a human.

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  • ristst
    Contributor - Level 2
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    • ristst

      I somehow closed the topic before describing my issue.  I want to enable the pormamento but I can't figure out how.  I also want to adjust the range of the pitch wheel, but I can't find any information on how that's done either.


      Can someone point me to documentation or a tutorial that shows how to do these things?

      • May 27, 2019
    • ristst

      Sorry...PORTAMENTO.  Please excuse my spelling error.

      • May 27, 2019
  • horder2344
    Contributor - Level 1

    Hi. If I connect my new MS 101 to my behringer 6 channel mixer using a mono jack output cable to twin left right stereo input on my mixer I get really bad feedback coming though the speakers. If I switch the cable to mono Jack out to mono Jack in on the mixer its completely fine. I have tried different cables and each time if I use a mono to stereo its gets really loud feedback. Does this sound like a faulty unit? Thanks.

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    • horder2344

      I don't know for sure, but if the MS 101 output is mono, using a mono to stereo adapter cable will not yield desireable results. This is why most mixers and/or amplifiers have a "left/mono input. You cannot get stereo from a mono source. Most older synths (Minimoog, ARP Odyssey, etc) were mono. 

      • July 8, 2019
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