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 on: Today at 04:03:49 am 
Started by Dan Mortensen - Last post by Robert Lofgren
For some reason the powers to be feel that the extender should not be supported on the x/m32.

Iím hoping that they will change their mind since this is a very popular and perfectly valid request. Time will tell...

After some struggling to get the Touch working but succeeding (getting all devices on latest firmware, using a USB cable instead of Ethernet), nothing I do can get an Extender working with the Touch and X32/M32. I'm guessing it needs new firmware because the mode needed for the Touch to work is not present in the Extender, but there's no new firmware for it. Period.

Anybody able to get them working together?

I've already sent a note to the Behringer rep for help but it is the weekend. Next will be trying to get through to Care.

Thanks!

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 on: Today at 02:00:48 am 
Started by Kent Clasen - Last post by Roland Clarke
+1 👍

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 on: Today at 12:05:12 am 
Started by Dan Mortensen - Last post by Dan Mortensen
After some struggling to get the Touch working but succeeding (getting all devices on latest firmware, using a USB cable instead of Ethernet), nothing I do can get an Extender working with the Touch and X32/M32. I'm guessing it needs new firmware because the mode needed for the Touch to work is not present in the Extender, but there's no new firmware for it. Period.

Anybody able to get them working together?

I've already sent a note to the Behringer rep for help but it is the weekend. Next will be trying to get through to Care.

Thanks!

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 on: Yesterday at 11:17:43 pm 
Started by Bob Faulkner - Last post by Rob Spence
Thank you Frank / John -  as a follow up to my previous post above --

Issue appears to be the actual receptacle the power-strip was plugged into... hmmmm

...however... riddle me this:

My receptacle tester shows correct wiring on the outlet (duplex outlet) when the receptacle tester is plugged directly into the wall receptacle.
-- but, any power-strip that is plugged into this receptacle will show (using the tester on the receptacles of the power-strip) as "open ground".

...so...

Using another receptacle (the one directly above it, or from other location), the receptacle tester shows correct-wiring with the tester plugged directly into the wall receptacle (same as above):
-- but this time on these other wall receptacles, the receptacles on the power-strips all show correct wiring from the receptacle tester

Question:
How can the receptacles on (known good/tested) power-strips show "open-ground" on a wall receptacle that the receptacle shows correct wiring?

What tester are you using?
A 3 light tester doesnít catch several dangerous errors.
Either get an electrician to open up the outlet (or you if qualified) and verify the wiring. Neutral-ground swaps, hot-neutral swaps are pretty common. Just cause an electrician is qualified doesnít mean they are paying attention.
Heck, I have several ivory outlets where they were supposed to be white.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:16:06 pm 
Started by andyolsen - Last post by andyolsen
Thanks, Iíll give him the advice.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:55:38 pm 
Started by Bob Faulkner - Last post by Bob Faulkner
Thank you Frank / John -  as a follow up to my previous post above --

Issue appears to be the actual receptacle the power-strip was plugged into... hmmmm

...however... riddle me this:

My receptacle tester shows correct wiring on the outlet (duplex outlet) when the receptacle tester is plugged directly into the wall receptacle.
-- but, any power-strip that is plugged into this receptacle will show (using the tester on the receptacles of the power-strip) as "open ground".

...so...

Using another receptacle (the one directly above it, or from other location), the receptacle tester shows correct-wiring with the tester plugged directly into the wall receptacle (same as above):
-- but this time on these other wall receptacles, the receptacles on the power-strips all show correct wiring from the receptacle tester

Question:
How can the receptacles on (known good/tested) power-strips show "open-ground" on a wall receptacle that the receptacle shows correct wiring? 



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 on: Yesterday at 09:19:14 pm 
Started by Bob Faulkner - Last post by Bob Faulkner
The microphone is probably grounded to console/mixer.

Do you have grounded outlets?

I have experienced small barely perceptible shocks from cheap outlet strips that had failed protection devices that shorted out, and energized the grounds of everything plugged into them (because of ungrounded outlets.)

I have since grounded my outlets in kitchen and laundry.

JR 
Thank you John,

Yes, the entire house/everything is grounded (3-wire plugs on everything), including the outlet strip (from the wall) which all the gear was plugged into (all gear sharing the same AC source).  So, maybe the issue was with the outlet strip (it's about 25 years old now), which I use in the "shop" when setting things up.  In this setup, the power strip had 2 devices connected to it... one (1) powered speaker - w/XLR connected to the main-out of the console, and a voltage regulator (Furman) which was powering all the outboard, including the console, which was plugged into the Furman regulator.

Same issue here as what you referenced with voltage; barely perceptible, and *only* when placing the mic in direct contact with the mouth (as a close singer would do).  i felt no voltage just handling the mic; only when placing it against the mouth.  BTW - no phantom power was applied to any of the inputs during this. 

I'll change out the power-strip and give a try.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:14:57 pm 
Started by andyolsen - Last post by Taylor Hall
Yeah cash only for those type deals. Live and learn.

He can try and get the cops involved, but most times they don't even want to get involved over petty cash matters (most times anything less than about $4-5k depending on the municipality) unless you try to formally press charges which requires going through court and lawyering up. Went through the same spiel myself when my wallet got stolen and the thief tried to cash a blank check I had inside.

Didn't matter that that they committed several misdemeanors (and were only $100 off from it being a felony) and that I had video evidence of them cashing the check at the ATM (idiots), cops just shrugged it off once they found out the amount of money that was involved.

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 on: Yesterday at 07:54:11 pm 
Started by andyolsen - Last post by Erik Jerde
File a police report.  Yesterday.  Talk to the cop and see what advice they have.  If the guy has priors they may be more interested in busting him.   Could result in a search and seizure and an eventual return of gear.  Hopefully he has SNs or stolen gear.

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 on: Yesterday at 07:41:15 pm 
Started by Ever Cruz - Last post by Keith Finch
We all know the Harbinger speakers are bottom rung, that's a given. But with 4 of them you should be able to get a church band mixed. If the stage volume is so loud you cannot get over it...turn it down!  I would bet you are working with a normal nubie setup. Everything has large cuts in the midrange and some even have bass boosts. give this a try.
1) Store your setup as is
2) Store it again in the next slot
3) Look at your main L&R parametric EQ, flatten it out
4) Look at you main Graphic EQ if you have one on the insert....Flatten it out.
5) View the diagram below and connect Main L&R from X32 to the link in
6) Set the switch to Link In
7) Set Voicing to Live or Standard..(Standard is Flat, Live is a bit of a smile EQ
8) Set ALL vocal mic High Pass filters to 100hz or 150 for women

Start out a rehearsal with this, as the rehearsal goes on listen for the Harsh sound from the horns in the speakers. Go to the L&R Main parametric and use one EQ point to locate that harsh sound from the Horns, dip that point 3db. Listen for the low, hollow, barrel  sound and do the same for the lows. Make shure you are not using the High and Low Shelf functions to do this.
With a little time you will soon be able to hear problems. But do NOT EQ and add more EQ and add more EQ you end up with no usable sound and a system that just clips with no output at all.

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