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  • andresmanosalva
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-29

    Hola, acabo de comprar el mixer Xenix q502usb para grabar con un Microfono B-2Pro en una laptop Dell Inspiron 1420 con Windows 7 Ultimate, para resumir instalè el sotware (Audacity win- 1.2.6) y nada mas, cuando conecto la xenix q502usb a la laptop me anula todo sonido del laptop y cuando intento grabar con el B-2Pro no lo hace y graba con el micro de la laptop. me pueden ayudar a solucionar esto? Muchas Gracias.

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    • andresmanosalva
      RexBeckett

      @andresmanosalva 


      Hello Andres, welcome to the community.


       


      That is a very old version of Audacity. You can get the latest (2.4.1) from Audacity Downloads. There are options in Audacity for the recording input and playback output devices:


      Audacity IO.PNG


      If you cannnot see these, click on View -> Toolbars and enable Device Toolbar.


       


      I don't know how well the B-2 mic will work with the Q502USB. The B-2 requires 48V phantom power but the Q502USB only supplies 15V.

      • May 28, 2020
  • bradd78
    Newcomer - Level 2
    2020-05-28

    Hi guys. I'm looking at buying a MIC2200 and I'm wondering if the Mic/Line switch disables the XLR input if I put it in Line mode? I'm going to use it with a combo jack and want the input to go to the XLR input when I plug in an XLR cable, and the jack input when I plug in a 1/4” cable...

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  • da_bassman
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-28

    Our church just purchased 4 Behringer P-16M's. We are using them in conjuction with a Behringer XR18 digital mixer. The ultranet cable runs from one end of our stage to my P16, which is about 50 feet cable lenght. I'm the bass player. From mine it then is run from my Thru to the IN next in line and on until it reaches the 4th one. Everything out of the mixer to the P16s is fine except for the bass which is intermittent in the P16's only. It's rock solid in the house mix. I can play maybe a measure or two and then the bass just kind of fades out. A few measures later it comes back and then goes away again. Since I'm at the top of line then I know the drummer is experiencing the same intermittent signal so I'm going to assume the other two are also. I've tried moving the bass input to other channels on the mixer but the problem is still there.

    I am stumped so any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

     

     

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    • da_bassman
      Paul_Vannatto

      Hi Glen @da_bassman 


      Check the limiter level (top right knob) on your P16. It is probably turned down. One of the musicians at my church had the same thing happen to him and his limiter was turned down.


       

      • May 28, 2020
  • LTisdale
    Newcomer - Level 2
    2020-05-28

    Until the HUB4 is available... My intent is to connect a Wing to a DL32 via AES50 A. And then to daisy chain the DP48s from port B on the DL32. 

    First... Will this work at all or will I have to run another data cable to the stage and configure and run them separately via the Wing's AES50 B output?

    And second... If so, will the DL32 just pass the same 48 AES50 A outputs it receives from the Wing along to the DP48s via its B port with a 1 to 1 mapping?

    Bummer that no names are passed yet... I hope that gets added to the Wing soon.

    Thanks...

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    • LTisdale
      Paul_Vannatto


      @LTisdale wrote:


      Until the HUB4 is available... My intent is to connect a Wing to a DL32 via AES50 A. And then to daisy chain the DP48s from port B on the DL32. 


      First... Will this work at all or will I have to run another data cable to the stage and configure and run them separately via the Wing's AES50 B output?





      Yes this will work.


       




      And second... If so, will the DL32 just pass the same 48 AES50 A outputs it receives from the Wing along to the DP48s via its B port with a 1 to 1 mapping?



      Yes that is correct. Whatever you send down the AES50 pipe from the Wing will be seen by both the DL32 (first 16 channels) and the DP48 (all 48 channels).


       




      Bummer that no names are passed yet... I hope that gets added to the Wing soon.



      The channel strip names are sent via AES50 and can be seen on both the Edit and Assign screens. If you are wanting the group names, those will need to be assigned using the names.csv file in the DP48 folder of the SD card, since the Wing does not have the DP48 interface yet that the X32 now has.


       

      • May 28, 2020
    • LTisdale
      GaryHiggins

      @Paul_Vannatto 


      Does that actually end up being true with the DL32 (I'm just asking)? A DL32 doesn't pass aes50 1-32 from its B port to another mixer (DP more a mixer than a stagebox), it passes its local inputs 1-32 and then aes50 33-48 gets passed straight through. I guess that could end up fine anyway if the DP48 uses the same 32 DL preamps as its ch sources. Even if it does I think I might choose another DP48 dedicated port and keep the aes50 ch assignments seperate.


       


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      • May 28, 2020
    • LTisdale
      Paul_Vannatto


      @GaryHiggins wrote:


      @Paul_Vannatto 


      Does that actually end up being true with the DL32 (I'm just asking)? A DL32 doesn't pass aes50 1-32 from its B port to another mixer (DP more a mixer than a stagebox), it passes its local inputs 1-32 and then aes50 33-48 gets passed straight through.





      Oops! You are correct Gary. Totally forgot that change with the DL32 (and S32). 


       


      @LTisdale , unfortunately Gary is correct. You will need to run a second AES50 to the DP48. If it was an S16, DL16, SD8 or SD16, you could daisy chain the stagebox and DP48 (done it). I don't own (or use) a DL32 or S32.


       

      • May 28, 2020
    • LTisdale
      GaryHiggins

      @LTisdale 


      Additionally if you use the DL (or any stagebox model) for its xlr outs, adat or p16 outs for things like traditional monitors or center fills, iq speakers, foh etc. The aes50 assignments that work well for those might not work out well for the DP48 anyway. Only to say a second port (the Wing does have 3) and second aes50 output assignment could end up being a good and necessary thing. Needing another, perhaps long, cable is a bit of a drawback.

      • May 28, 2020
    • LTisdale
      LTisdale

      Thanks for catching that Gary... And yes, my long term plan was always to eventually use AES50 B so that we can use a clean set of 48 sources for the DP48s that map in a 1 to 1 manner (and not risk someone deleting the outputs that are feeding the mains and subs by keeping the AES50 A outs unlocked in order to dual-purpose them...).  We just didn't pull a second (or third) cable when we pulled the first one and are going live pretty soon.


      Since that won't work... 


      Our installer purchased a p16D as the hub4 is not available yet. I was of the understanding that the DP48s are AES50 devices and are entirely incompatible with Ultranet. But I was watching a video yesterday and saw a P12 and P16 Ultranet mode in the setup menu for them (with no explanation...). Do they have a compatibility mode of some sort? And if so would this work with WING and DL32 sending 33-48 down AES50 A to the Ultranet port? POE this way? I really don't like this idea. (But then I also don't like the idea of a stage full of wall warts, extension cords, and data cables to temporarily chain them all together either ) . But if we can't get another cable or two pulled in time, is it even an option? Obviously only 16 sources this way (or functionally maybe only 12 with just 12 "select" buttons). 


      Thank you both. You are fantastic resources and though this is my first post here, I've read MANY of yours both here and elsewhere and am incredibly grateful.


       


       

      • May 29, 2020
  • captainonion
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-05-28
    Hello, There has been alot of talk, from practically every clerk in the business, about THE specifications for this model. With my applications, I need to know for certain if the MAIN OUTS on this Xenyx QX1002USB are actually interfaced into this mixer balanced TRS, or if these TRS connectors are merely a facade at the top of an unbalanced (TS) output? Thank you!
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    • captainonion
      RexBeckett

      @captainonion 


      On my unit they are impedance balanced TRS outputs. This gives most of the advantages of a fully-balanced output but is more tolerant of connections to unbalanced inputs. The cold side of the output is not driven but has the same impedance (to ground) as the driven, hot side.

      • May 28, 2020
  • lhmirand
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-05-28

    Has Behringer published anything regarding their acronyms they use on XR18?    I understand most terms but I am lost when trying to figure out the setting means.

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    • lhmirand
      LuukvanKuipers

      I have no idea what you want to know, can you be more specific?

      • May 29, 2020
    • lhmirand
      CraigFowler

      Some acronyms\abbreviations\shortenings are to do with audio, others are to do with networking.  I don't think there is official documentation.  If you can provide a list of ones you're not sure about, I'm sure people will be happy to tell you what they mean.

      • May 29, 2020
    • lhmirand
      lhmirand

      It is mainly these in the "Setup"


      AFL


      PFL


      DIM


      DIN X-OSC


      USB/OSC

      • May 30, 2020
    • lhmirand
      Paul_Vannatto

      Hi Leroy @lhmirand ,


      Here is an explanation of these terms:


      AFL - After Fader Level, meaning the signal is affected by the fader (tapped off the signal path after the fader).


      PFL - Pre Fader Level, meaning the signal is not affected by the fader (tapped off the signal path before the fader).


      DIM - probably you are seeing this in the Monitor screen. Stands for diminish. When you press a solo button, you can diminish (or attenuate) the default signal by a certain amount (DIM gain)


      DIN-OSC - Allows OSC commands to be received from the DIN (midi) port on the back of the console. The X-Air's mother tongue is the OSC protocol.


      USB/OSC - Allows OSC commands to be received from the USB port of the XR18/MR18 (not applicable to the XR12, XR16, MR12).


       

      • May 30, 2020
  • ssaaiidd
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-28

    Hello.

    I am located in Turkey. I want to get Behringer BH470 headphone but dealers say it is out of stock in Turkey. The dealers said the factory in China was closed, so the product was not supplied. Is this true? If there is a production problem, how long does this problem continue?

    Thanks. Best regards.

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  • UrbanNinja
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-28

    I had read online and verified with Sweetwater/Behringer this would work with an ipad and with AUM before buying.

    However I can't get it to work worth a crap...

    AUM does "show" Behringer's inputs and outputs, but with AUM's output choice set to Behringer's USB 1&2 the actual output never really get's to Behringer's headphones. (the option to use the ipad's headphones, which is present with other interfaces like the Apogee, disappears and is unavailable in AUM when I plug the Behringer in.

    If I use AUM file player to play a wave file, or a synth, a drum machine etc. with the AUM output "showing" it is going to Behringer USB 1&2, I can't hear that wave file playing on the Behringer from it's phone jack at all.

    I have a guitar into instrument input in Behringer's channel 1 and can hear the dry guitar in the Behringer headphones. BUT if I set Behringer's channel 1 as an input in AUM, and route it through an effect like a delay etcl, and with AUM's output set to Behringer's USB 1&2, you can never hear the effect being applied, just the dry signal.

    The weird thing is, just looking at AUM it "looks like" it is working -when playing the guitar the input signal shows up in the level meter in AUM. The problem seems to be with the output from AUM not "actually" returning to the Behringer for listening even though AUM says it is outputing to Behringer's USB 1&2.

    I can't see anything else to set either on the Behringer unit or in AUM to get this to work right. Anyone have an idea?

    Unlike all my other interfaces, like Apogee and others which work fine in the ipad and AUM I cannot get the Behringer to do anything useful in the ipad at all. I did check with Behringer and Sweetwater and forums online to make sure the unit was class compliant (therefore works with ipads) before obtaining one, but no luck so far.

    Any ideas of how to get this working as advertised would be GREATLY APPRECIATED.

     

     

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  • mattprice500
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-28

    Is it possible/ Has anyone managed to control an X Air remotely over the internet. I don't want to 'live' mix just access for set up and support purposes.

     

    Thanks

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    • mattprice500
      AlIrwin

      I've been able to remotely take control of an Xair mixer using Teamviewer.

      • May 27, 2020
    • mattprice500
      LuukvanKuipers

      Just like any other service behind an internet router you can also port forward (UDP on port 10024 I suppose) the XAIR Edit port to the internal IP-Address of a XAIR console. At the your side you have to enter the remote external IP-Address where the XAIR console is behind to access and control.
      The portforwarding must be configured in the router of the person you want to support, so teamviewer will be a more practical solution

      • May 29, 2020
  • skpatterson
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-27

    I've also registered my device and have not received any redemption code and can't see to get a response.

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    • skpatterson
      RexBeckett

      Hello @skpatterson , welcome to the community.


       


      If the product registration was successful, it should show a Care ticket for it when you click on Support at the top of this page. If there is no Care ticket, I would try submitting it again. Registration can fail if there is missing or invalid data in the request form. If there is a ticket and you haven't received a download code after 24 hours, send a PM to @AlexLane including the ticket number.


       


      Keep watch on your email spam/junk folder as responses have been missed through this.

      • May 27, 2020
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