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    musicguru
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-20

    Hello!

     

    Newbie to the community and newbie to sound engineering. I've recently started volunteering (since June '21) as my church's sound and video support person. We have an X32 rack with S16 connected. I recently updated the firmware on the X32 rack without any issue. We are now running 4.06.

     

    Since that update, randomly our S16 doesn't always connect to the X32 when we start it up. Rebooting the S16 magically fixes the issue. I thought it might be a good idea to update the firmware on the S16 in the hopes that there may be some kind of incompatibility between the new X32 firmware and the old S16 firmware. I believe the S16 is running version 1.1. Side note... It would be super nice if Behringer published release notes for the S16 firmware but I couldn't find them anywhere, nor were any included in the zip package with the update executable. Would be handy to know what the updates to the firmware are. Anyway...

     

    I understand how to do the firmware update and have attempted to do so. The problem I'm having is with my Windows 10 computer recognizing the S16 as a compatible USB device. When I plug it in, I get this pop-up from Windows...

     

     

     did search the forum first before posting this discussion. I saw another discussion that suggested trying a computer with USB 2.0 ports. The computer I am on has one 2.0 port as well as 3.1 ports. I've tried them both and neither works.

     

    I also saw a comment about disabling antivirus/firewall and I have yet to do that. I will, though I don't feel that is the issue here. But I am going to try to find another (older) computer that has only 2.0 ports and antivirus I can actually disable.

     

    Anyone have any tips on getting my Windows 10 computer to recognize the S16 as a USB device so I can complete the firmware update? Any advice would be appreciated.

     

    Thank you!

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      id search the forum first before posting this discussion. I saw another discussion that suggested trying a computer with USB 2.0 ports. The computer I am on has one 2.0 port as well as 3.1 ports. I've tried them both and neither works.



      I also saw a comment about disabling antivirus/firewall and I have yet to do that. I will, though I don't feel that is the issue here. But I am going to try to find another (older) computer that has only 2.0 ports and antivirus I can actually disable.



      Anyone have any tips on getting my Windows 10 computer to recognize the S16 as a USB device so I can complete the firmware update? Any advice would be appreciated.
      • Jan 19
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      id search the forum first before posting this discussion. I saw another discussion that suggested trying a computer with USB 2.0 ports. The computer I am on has one 2.0 port as well as 3.1 ports. I've tried them both and neither works.



      I also saw a comment about disabling antivirus/firewall and I have yet to do that. I will, though I don't feel that is the issue here. But I am going to try to find another (older) computer that has only 2.0 ports and antivirus I can actually disable.



      Anyone have any tips on getting my Windows 10 computer to recognize the S16 as a USB device so I can complete the firmware update? Any advice would be appreciated.
      • Jan 20
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    jcsy
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    2021-01-06

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  • InactiveUser
    Contributor - Level 2
    2012-08-13

    Hello All,

    At the request of Terence Sharp, who posted in the X32 Discussion thread ( http://soundforums.net/junior-varsity/4393-x32-discussion-38.html ) on SoundForums.net, we're setting up this thread to collect feedback from the community on X32 feature requests and issues.

    Please post your comments here and I'll ensure all the right folks at BEHRINGER read them.

    Thanks!
    -Mike

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      NickDavis here are a few feature requests:



      1. GEQ - incorporate option for feedback detection ( not destroyer ).

      2. Compressor - auto release option

      4. re - playback of recorded tracks via usb/fiwi - addition of ability to set markers for the transport start points

      5. re - playback of recorded tracks via usb/fiwi ( or incorporated when the proposed enhancement to allow direct recording to standalone hard disk) - addition of recording automation of all mixing parameters ( selectable) say to the usb stick - This was a feature of the old DDX3216 - and would improve ability to mix otb.
      • August 13, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      InactiveUser Hi,

      my only request is a Deesser! Everything else is just fine
      • August 13, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      KevinHunter To expand a little on Nicks suggestion (no 1)



      Overlay the GEQ on top of a RTA or SMAART (the way the Presonus does) this really helps ringing out feedback.



      Kev
      • August 13, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      DaveKorman or go a little further and have a button that automatically sets the GEQ to the inverse of the RTA display to give a fast starting point to the manually tweak?
      • August 13, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      InactiveUser 1. I'll second the de-esser.

      2. Ability to gang 2 consoles together (x32 + x32, x32 + x16, x16 + x16).

      3. Ability to select inputs in smaller blocks than 8.

      4. Implementation of permissions, particularly for the iPad app. (See StudioLive)

      5. Meter bridge add-on.

      6. Video out that mirrors the console. To me this adds a huge amount of operational redundancy, so that if the screen breaks or gets bashed that I can still use the console. (In a pinch it's easier to add a monitor than come up with a whole computer + software.)

      7. Keyboard and mouse over USB.

      8. Tone generator.
      • August 14, 2012
  • InactiveUser
    Contributor - Level 2
    2012-08-14
    OK, I am a bit unclear about hooking up line level (keyboards and effects) to the X32... in the Sound on Sound review it said the impedance was 12k? input impedance and would accept line level.

    In the Sonic Lab video review it was mentioned a DI Box was required...

    So, should a simple XLR - TRS snake be enough to connect the X32 directly to line level instruments?

    Thanks
    JK
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    • InactiveUser
      ChrisPainter

      ripe;363 wrote:

      OK, I am a bit unclear about hooking up line level (keyboards and effects) to the X32... in the Sound on Sound review it said the impedance was 12k? input impedance and would accept line level.



      In the Sonic Lab video review it was mentioned a DI Box was required...



      So, should a simple XLR - TRS snake be enough to connect the X32 directly to line level instruments?



      Thanks

      JK




      Hello,



      A DI box is not required if the source is balanced. Ultimately, you should be able to connect from balanced line sources directly to the X32 with no problems, because the X32 has a really wide gain range. However, you'll find the gain controls on the X32 will be set very low.



      For the best possible results we still recommend using DI's, because they use balancing transformers. This would be especially important if your going long cable lengths, such as through a 150 ft snake for example.



      Keep in mind, you always have the 6 AUX line inputs as well on the X32. Not sure how many keyboard sources you have, but there's 6 line channels available. These can be balanced or unbalanced sources.





      I hope this helps!



      Chris Painter

      Specialist, Product Support

      MUSIC Group

      BEHRINGER
      • November 15, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      jenkinsj

      Chris Painter;1258 wrote:





      you always have the 6 AUX line inputs as well on the X32. ...but there's 6 stereo line channels available.




      Can you clarify this? I thought there were 6 mono AUX line inputs which you could use as 3 stereo pairs. Are there some more somewhere?



      James
      • November 15, 2012
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      ChrisPainter

      jenkinsj;1271 wrote:

      Can you clarify this? I thought there were 6 mono AUX line inputs which you could use as 3 stereo pairs. Are there some more somewhere?



      James




      James,



      Besides the 32 XLR mic inputs on the back, you also have six 1/4" line level inputs. These do not have the Midas designed microphone preamps like the other 32 channels. They are designed for signals that are already line level. If the keyboards are near the X32, this might be an additional solution for interconnecting your keyboards.





      Chris Painter

      Specialist, Product Support

      MUSIC Group

      BEHRINGER
      • November 16, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      InactiveUser

      jenkinsj;1271 wrote:

      Can you clarify this? I thought there were 6 mono AUX line inputs which you could use as 3 stereo pairs. Are there some more somewhere?



      James




      No you're not missing anything, there are 6 MONO TRS inputs and 6 MONO TRS outputs. These are limited function line level only, (no mic pre) with eq but no dynamics.
      • November 23, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      jenkinsj So, that doesn't imply 6 stereo line channels. As I thought, there are 6 mono line channels or 3 stereo pairs using the AUX connections.





      Keep in mind, you always have the 6 AUX line inputs as well on the X32. Not sure how many keyboard sources you have, but there's 6 stereo line channels available.




      Where are the other 3?
      • November 24, 2012
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