Iv got a behringer x1222usb, drivers downloaded etc etc, iv got my cd player plugged in through aux output, iv tested the mic and have full sound output, headphone volume is fine however when i play a track from my pc ther no volume, iv turned my cd player up to the max and you can only just hear it, am i missing something?
Thought I'd share this discovery in case folk like me have any Behringer AI, Mixer etc or anything using one of their bespoke drivers.I've just been rebuilding my PC and when I went to Behringer to get a driver for my Xenyx Q802USB, the download driver page redirected me to a generic site to down load ASIO4ALL - NOT what I wanted!! Looks like some streamlining perhaps after the recent take over?Good job I have all my recording apps and the driver on my laptop, so just transferred it over. And now my AI is talking to Reaper again!So if you've not got a secure copy of the driver you're using, get one sorted asap, as you never know when you may have to reinstall it! The Xenyx mixers are 'class-compliant' audio devices.
This means they don't implement any vendor-specific nonsense and, as such, should be able to use a standard USB audio driver.On Linux, for instance, they are plug and play using the standard built-in USB audio driver.Techy stuff below:In fact, what most people refer to as 'drivers' on Windows aren't really full drivers at all: almost all USB audio devices are based on the USB audio standards and will use the standard USB drivers built into Windows (or ASIO4ALL if you want to use ASIO). When they ship a 'driver' it is often just additional configuration to fix stuff on the USB interface that is broken or proprietary.For example, the Boss GT-100 USB interface looks like a 4-channel (e.g. 'quadraphonic') capture stream when it is, in fact, 2 parallel stereo channels (one is 'wet' the other is 'dry'). The Boss driver will contain configuration information to tell the standard driver that the stream should be interpreted as 2x2 channel rather than 1x4 channel.The 'driver' will often also contain additional information that cannot be described on the standard USB interface such as MIDI port naming and onboard mixer connectivity mapping. The driver may also ship with utilities such as proprietary mixer/dsp control apps.Cheers,Keith. Yes, but your device only uses the generic ASIO4ALL. IOW, I don;t know every manufactures driver status for every product.
IF they have a device specific driver, which Behringer does for most of it's newer gear, then you need to use that.Many companies make their own USB driver. Yamaha, RME, Behringer, everybody. On some the entry level stuff they just use a generic driver.Any time you have an issue with something not working or to assure it will work in the first place, always use the most up to date driver for the specific piece of gear.ETA: Another thing that needs to be kept up to date is the firmware. If you can get new firmware, you want to flash that then apply the latest driver. My suspicion is that they used to produce their own 'drivers' but, as the Xenyx mixers are very generic USB audio devices, these 'drivers' really were just a rebadged version of the standard USB audio drivers.It's likely the 'drivers' was really just a config file which renamed the device name from 'Texas Instruments PCM2902 Audio Codec', which is what the USB device descriptor describes it as, to 'Xenyx XXX'.I suspect they decided the effort in creating and maintaining this rebadged version of the generic drivers wasn't worth bothering with.Cheers,Keith.
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I suspect they are just applying some common sense.IMO this is a good thing. Where vendors provide their own proprietary driver, these drivers go out of date eventually, and it's common to find you can no longer use the device if you upgrade your OS. You are then fully reliant on the device vendor to produce a new version of the driver for your new OS.
If they decide the product is 'End Of Life', then they often don't bother and your device ends up as landfill.For this reason, I wouldn't touch certain vendors (e.g. MOTU) with a bargepole.By using a generic driver, and by pushing people towards something like ASIO4ALL, you get the benefit of continued support into the future.Note that ASIO4ALL is an ASIO driver that hooks into the standard Windows WDM device. This implies that, to use the mixer as a standard Windows audio device you just plug it in; that there is, in fact no driver required because it's using the standard WDM USB audio driver built into Windows. I really don't use Windows so I can't verify this, but it makes a lot of sense.So the ASIO4ALL 'driver' is really only required if you want to use the mixer with apps that need ASIO.Cheers,KeithFor reference, in case for people who don't understand what WDM and ASIO are:WDM is the standard audio subsystem for Windows and when an audio device ships with 'drivers' these normally include WDM drivers. WDM used by nearly every application on Windows by default but it is quite complex and has many layers and, as a result, suffers from poor latency.ASIO is an alternative driver standard created to solve the latency issues in Windows audio. It's more basic and lightweight than WDM as well as having more user control over aspects like buffering.
Normally it's only used by 'pro audio' applications like DAWs.ASIO4ALL is actually not a driver at all, but a bridge between the lower-level parts of WDM and ASIO. It enables you to use apps that expect ASIO with WDM drivers. It achieves low latency by bypassing the parts of WDM that aren't needed.
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