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 on: Today at 08:43:38 pm 
Started by Aaron Kennedy - Last post by Aaron Kennedy
Can someone help me understand the difference between Mic Sensitivity and audio board gain. Is there any advantage between turning one down and the other up? I constantly battle feedback when running the board for our schools musical. We typically run 15 wireless sennheiser mics along with a few wired mics. We have two different sets of monitors and then the house. We also have about 15 pit instruments (not micd). When I first try setting everything up, I tone out all the mics, but after a few rehearsals I am battling everything again. I'm assuming that I just have things too sensitive. The biggest issue is ensuring the actors can be heard over the pit. Any advice is appreciated.

Thanks

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 on: Today at 08:42:01 pm 
Started by Joe Nane - Last post by Michael Grimaila
I use X32 Rack, 4 stereo Sennheiser stereo IEMs, CBI Ear Splitter and rack drawer in a 12 space rack.  We bring our own mic / cable package - all guitars run direct for consistency.   Sound check takes about half a song.    Monitor channel levels rarely change for us.  I'm the drummer and primary leader for Bombshell The Rock Show!   
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I second this approach. With mic splitters you can provide all mics to the FOH console for larger gigs.... or use the X32R main mix for smaller single rack solution (using powered speaker for FOH).

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 on: Today at 08:34:57 pm 
Started by Xiang Cao - Last post by Brian Bolly
a dual receiver chassis with internal antenna combination would be a welcome addition ... currently no 100/300/500 dual receivers

They did that with the G2 IEM transmitters for a hot second (SR350 G2) and then it promptly disappeared.  I can see that it may not be a financial gain for the 100 series, but I'd think at least the 300IEM or 500 might be a marketable item.

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 on: Today at 08:04:11 pm 
Started by Kurt Hutchison - Last post by Kurt Hutchison
It's a rental hall, so I have to make do with it as-is, wheeling in a temp sub when we use the hall seems like the easiest fix to me.

I asked the main sound guy who works for the owners for more details, here is the configuration:

- it's a mono system.
- Flying line array, up high, located front and center stage, 2 500W crown amps drive it, not sure how they are wired.
- mid-bass amp, two speakers at the back of the hall, one on each side facing forwards, covers 80-200hz.  Crown 500 2-channel amp presumably one channel for each speaker.
- understage sub, cover 80hz and below.  Crown 500 2-channel wired in series (there is a name for this, I forget).

I didn't know the mid-bass was at the back of the hall, I can't wrap my mind around why that would be done.  All that sounds like a recipe for mud and timing issues.  No wonder it never sounds clean down low to my ears.

So, tightening all that up with a centerstage setup that covers around 60-200hz seems like an obvious fix to me, but I am worried a 1x12 won't be powerful enough, I think my best bet is to give it a try, and if a 1x12 is too weak, then a 2x12 or even a 2x10 would likely be ok.  The directionality of a 2x* array is appealing too. I am imagining two PA's side-by-side daisy-chained, the trick is to get them at exactly the same volume.

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 on: Today at 07:45:00 pm 
Started by Chris Sieggen - Last post by Scott Holtzman
I think I got it, but its one of those moments when "Its working now but not quite sure what I did." The x32 Rack now seems to be booting up and generating the same IP address each time and my iPad is locking right into it.

Awesome, just don't know how to repeat what I did. Oh, well...:-)

Did you change the settings as instructed?  If not what is happening is you only power cycled the x32, the lease had not expired in the router so it assigned the same IP.

If you power cycle everything it won't happen consistently.  Do it right set a static IP. 

A quick Google search turned up this tutorial

https://www.sweetwater.com/sweetcare/articles/how-do-i-setup-x32-edit-with-my-behringer-x32/


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 on: Today at 07:36:26 pm 
Started by Chris Sieggen - Last post by Chris Sieggen
Just go from Setup/Network on the x32 and use the encoder know below the screen to change from DHCP to static.  Assign an IP address to the console that is out of the DHCP range in the router but still in the same network.

I think I got it, but its one of those moments when "Its working now but not quite sure what I did." The x32 Rack now seems to be booting up and generating the same IP address each time and my iPad is locking right into it.

Awesome, just don't know how to repeat what I did. Oh, well...:-)

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 on: Today at 07:23:38 pm 
Started by Chris Sieggen - Last post by Scott Holtzman
So, how does one do that? I love this Behringer x32 rack, but I will say, user manuals and setting these simple things up is not their strong suit.

Just go from Setup/Network on the x32 and use the encoder know below the screen to change from DHCP to static.  Assign an IP address to the console that is out of the DHCP range in the router but still in the same network. 

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 on: Today at 07:19:59 pm 
Started by Chris Sieggen - Last post by Chris Sieggen
Silly. It isn’t the linksys you need to mess with.
Just configure the static ip on the x32. Done.


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So, how does one do that? I love this Behringer x32 rack, but I will say, user manuals and setting these simple things up is not their strong suit.

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 on: Today at 06:58:29 pm 
Started by Jonathan Betts - Last post by Jerome Malsack
I have a pair of UPS's   that when the power would cause a switch the unit would not transfer to battery and everything would power down.  the batteries were dead inside and need to be changed.  I also run my S16 and X32 Rack on the same UPS with an extension and do not allow the band to use.  verify before show that nobody added a power strip or tapped into my protected power. 

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 on: Today at 06:55:21 pm 
Started by William Schnake - Last post by William Schnake
Maybe a DMX trigger?  There are little electro-mechanical devices that rotate an arm on command. I've seen them with Broadway road compamies as "quick fix" for something like a non-functioning projector shutter.
Thanks Mark.  We will see what we can figure out.

Bill

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