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by Drew Brashler in All Posts, Behringer X32
September 12, 2015 6 comments
Behringer's Videos are Live

Hey everyone, I am excited to let you know that the videos that I recorded with Music Group are live on the Behringer YouTube channel now!  Here is a list of the videos, but I will also have them embedded at the bottom of this post!

Behringer's Videos are Live

– Using the Turbosound iQ12 speakers with the X32 using Ultranet (Part I / Part II)
– Using the Behringer P16-M via Ultranet Complete Walkthrough (Part I / Part II / Part III)
– Using the Behringer SD8 & SD16 digital snakes with the X32 (Part I / Part II)

Using the Turbosound iQ12 speakers with the X32 using Ultranet

I was so excited to see that Music Group had some of the Turbosound iQ series speakers in their studio. The first thing I wanted to do was to plug them in and listen to them! So we decided to make a video on integrating the iQ12 with the X32 using Ultranet. Ultranet is the same thing that we use for the P16-M for monitoring of up to 16 channels of audio and being able to mix a custom mix. We can dedicate as many of those 16 channels of audio for use with sending our FOH audio as well!

The thing that I love the most about this is it is a digital delivery which negates the possibility of an audio ground loop hum.

Using the Behringer P16-M via Ultranet Complete Walkthrough

I love using the Behringer P16-M personal monitors in the church. It is such a valuable tool letting your musicians make themselves a personal mix on the fly during the show or service. A huge benefit of giving your musicians the control over their monitor mix is that you clear up MixBusses on your board for use for subgroups or custom sends for other uses.

I really wanted to make a video explaining the use of the P16-M and how to get the right sound out of it.

Using the Behringer SD8 & SD16 digital snakes with the X32

One of Behringer’s newest releases is the SD8 and SD16. These are 8 channel and 16 channel snakes that can be linked together with CAT5e cables and uses the AES50 for connectivity to the board. I was really looking forward to making a video of connecting these with the X32 and using them!

 

What videos or products do you want to see next time? Make sure to comment below!

6 Comments
  1. Pieter says:

    I have a x32 and a sd16 can i route my iq setup with ultranet true my sd16 ? Thx in advance
    I’ve tried everything

    1. dbbaudio says:

      Hi Pieter! Yes! The Ultranet port on the SD16 can pass the audio through it just like the other ultranet ports. Let me know if you have any questions on getting that set up! Thanks!

  2. John says:

    Drew,

    First off, thank you for your videos and willingness to share your knowledge!
    Now to my question:

    It is my understanding that you can have as many as three different Ultranet feeds from an X32: one through the Ultranet port, one through AES50A and the third through AES50B.

    I am very interested in this technique for the following reason: I would like to send to and control our Turbosound iQ15 and iQ18B system on AES50A while using all 16 channels on the board’s Ultranet out for instruments and vocals, rather than having 3 channels on our P16M units be useless because they are carrying R, L and M/C for the iQ system. The restriction on the AES50 routing is that it can only be done in blocks of eight…

    I have seen several explanations of how to do this in forums, but they were a bit over my head for the most part… You have a down to earth way of explaining things that I believe I would be able to latch on to. I credit you for me being able to configure the system in the first place, hopefully this will be easy with your advice…

    1. dbbaudio says:

      Hi John! Thanks so much for reaching out to me. I haven’t seen those specific threads, but Ultranet is different than AES50 so you would need an external snake device like the S16 or an SD16 to receive the AES50 data and then you can use the Ultranet port from there. With AES50, The P-16 Ultranet is received from what is being sent down AES50-A, Ch33-Ch48 or AES50-B, Ch33-Ch48. So you could potentially manipulate what is being received at the digital snake ultranet port with some creative routing at the X32. However this would be limited by what is being selected on your console. But you could use the Aux 1-6/Mon setting to be able to still use your XLR outputs on the console. The benefit of having the iQ system sent on the Ultranet of your P16’s is that you are able to adjust some of the functions of your speakers directly from the console. Hope this helps a bit!

  3. hector says:

    HI, we have x32 and p16 ,we have a problem with p 16 just al night the volume are out and p16 is looks like get signal for all channel. can you help with this problem
    thank you

  4. Andrew says:

    Hi Drew,
    I would like to see a step by step video on how to setup my EV-ZLX 15” floor monitors for vocals.
    Starting at the rear console showing the channel hookup using 2 monitors. Next – how to setup 2 channels for the monitor mix. That match the output channels on the output channels to the monitors. We are a vocal group. We sing by tracks. When the music is playing. the volume is good. But, when I try to add vocals everything gets muddied. I’m using a Midas M32R console. I need to understand how to get the low end out of the monitors. And I want to setup a separate channel for my 18” JBL woofer. So I can compliment my 15 inch JBL’s when needed for the front of the house. I want the cleanest sound I can get from the music being played and a good clean separation for the vocals. Your help will be the greatest gift for me ever.
    Thanks so much,
    Andrew

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