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 on: Today at 05:12:12 pm 
Started by Andrew Broughton - Last post by Uwe Riemer2
Global safes?


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What do you mean by global safes?
There are channel safes, parameter safes and scene safes.

I think scene 00 was intended by the Behringer guys as a starting point regardless of any safe settings.

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 on: Today at 04:59:12 pm 
Started by ToddBuckner - Last post by ToddBuckner
Got it for a church .. .. demo'ed for about a hour and put back in box

full warranty

Call me if interested ( 706-332-0724 ) , I will make someone a good deal on this one

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 on: Today at 03:58:30 pm 
Started by Andrew Broughton - Last post by Andrew Broughton
Scene 00 ignores all safes.
Maybe this helps
Global safes?


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 on: Today at 03:47:25 pm 
Started by Dan Mortensen - Last post by Dan Mortensen
I'd like to know how your getting these results, unless its just the Express doing it (which I dont have).

Ive worked through the same scenarios, even forced my router and ipad to 5Ghz, it connects then dumps out. Im using a A&H Qu, but that shouldnt matter, I dont think.

Using a cell phone app Ive even ID the channels with no carrier, forced the router to that, and still no go. Other venues, everything works. The router is up high too, next to the mixer, point blank range.. IDK...

Hi Mike,

Don't know your console details or what router you have, but for me the Ethernet Router has been the key to the connection working at all with the Behringer mixers. A few months ago I tried leaving the switch out to see if any firmware update had solved the connectivity problem and had exactly the same result as 5 years ago, if not worse.

I don't like the wall wart on the switches but so far so good. Half a dozen or so have been holding up well.

At some point back then someone talked about how the Cisco or some subsidiary name EA4500 (I think) router worked better than the AirpExp, and I got a few refurbs for a decent price but one by one they crapped out while AirpExp refurbs have been solid. Apple doesn't make it anymore, of course, so I have nothing to offer as a suggestion.

Good luck! Being able to mix wirelessly is immensely helpful, especially during soundchecks. Or if your mixer has no controls....

Oh, wait, you say "other venues everything works", so disregard some of the above. If those venues where it doesn't work are full of other wifi, maybe your router input stage is overloading just like with some wireless mics in crowded environments? The lack of that problem is what pleasantly surprised me the other night and on other occasions.

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 on: Today at 03:15:04 pm 
Started by Andrew Broughton - Last post by Uwe Riemer2
The Current state of the console is just what it sounds like. All settings of every control and parameter on the console at the current moment.

Factory reset an X32. Now push some faders and turn some knobs. Change some settings. Don't save any scenes.

Now, how do I save this current state so that if I factory reset the console again, I can get it back to this state? This is what is saved by default on any Yamaha product when you save a show on those consoles.

You're probably going to say that to save the state you need to save a scene. Ok, well, RECALL SAFE every setting on the console. Now make a bunch of changes, save it to a scene if you want.
Export the show. Factory reset the console and load the show. The Current state of the console will not be how you left it, even if you recall that scene. You'd have to UN-RECALL-SAFE every setting before recalling the scene. Should not be necessary.

Scene 00 ignores all safes.
Maybe this helps

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 on: Today at 03:06:55 pm 
Started by Al Rettich - Last post by Doug Fowler
We had a luddite show up at SLSO who said he was bringing his "drive" for  his presentation. He showed up with his work tower computer, no monitor or keyboard.  VGA iirc.

After it was working the auditorium saw confidential HR info for quite some time while he found the correct Word doc for his presentation.  He was department head at a local university.

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 on: Today at 02:46:30 pm 
Started by Tim McCulloch - Last post by John Roberts {JR}
If you use a 9V battery clip you can wire a VOM in series with an external battery using current mode on the VOM and measure the current consumption in real time as you move the DUT (device under test) into and around the metal pan.

This should quickly reveal if there is any "there" there, how serious it is, and perhaps easy ways to mitigate it.

I have 9V battery clips laying around but no wireless gear, so that doesn't do you any good.

JR 

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 on: Today at 02:36:27 pm 
Started by Tim McCulloch - Last post by Dan Mortensen
I've never noticed any shorter battery life that couldn't be attributed to battery manufacturing tolerances, screamers vs soft talkers/singers or temperature. But, it would make for an interesting measurement exercise.

I'm game to test this this weekend, but have some questions about methodology:

1) Since I'm still trying to get familiar with my new pile of JTS mics, which seem to be on par with Shure SLX or at least in the vicinity, they are set up in the shop already so I'll use those. Their battery life seems decent but as yet unpredictable, so this test will be helpful.

2) They are 4 channel/1 rack space receivers, so I'll put a camera on the battery indicator screen and a camera on the RF level indicators. It looks similar in that regard to the ULX-D layout. Cameras so I don't have to watch continuously, and so I can post a time-lapse on my Youtube channel so you all can see, too.

3) It seems like the methodology should be one mic in free air and one mic in a loaf pan. I'm curious if ferrous makes any difference from aluminum, so I can also do a mic in a paper pan wrapped in aluminum foil. Does that seem reasonable?

4) To account for varying battery consumption from different individual mics, the mics should be rotated through each condition. So three iterations of the test, if there is agreement that ferrous vs. non-ferrous should also be a test condition.

5) Batteries will be new Duracell AA's, all from the same package.

6) How should I position each mic relative to the receivers?
     -All in a plane horizontally, so the free mic isn't bleeding significantly into the pans? In other words, free mic in the same orientation as the others?
     -Does it matter how far apart the free mic is from the pans, or how far apart the pans are?

7) Anything else to consider?

I can start in about 3 hours from now, and am on West Coast time even though the posting time stamps seem to be East Coast.




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 on: Today at 02:35:38 pm 
Started by Al Rettich - Last post by Lyle Williams
At one point Apple Macs did "Appletalk" for file and print sharing.  Long dead and burried but still in my 1999 CCIE lab.

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 on: Today at 02:27:38 pm 
Started by Jamin Lynch - Last post by Keith Broughton
In most practical instances, the rated pattern for a microphone is, at best, a guide. I've some large-diaphragm condensers here that can be set for a cardioid or hypercardioid pattern, and are figure-of-8 below 150Hz with either setting. Others vary between cardioid and supercardioid with frequency, and can end up with a very narrow pickup pattern in the HF as the diaphragm gets large with respect to wavelength.

Chris
Correct.
But how does this connect to the OPs question about sensitivity?

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