X32 CORE: Configuring the PC to Interface with the X-USB Card

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Please watch behringer.com for further advice on the software configuration of X-USB interface card.

Windows: There is an ASIO high-performance driver available for download, which is essential for low-latency audio on Windows computers.

MacOS: The X-USB is CoreAudio compatible and thus works with low-latency on Mac computers without any additional driver installation.

Windows ASIO Driver

Download the X32 ASIO driver installer files from behringer.com. Double-click on Setup.exe in the corresponding unpacked folder and follow the instructions on the screen.

Driver Control Panels

Once the driver is installed, you can open the control panel by double-clicking on the small tray icon. These screens will allow configuring the X-USB expansion card in the X32 RACK as an audio interface for your computer.

The ’Devices’ screen displays the card name and serial number. You can rename the card if necessary.

PCConfig1 Card.jpg

The ’Input Channels’ screen allows you to name each input channel for more organized mixing.

PCConfig2 Card.jpg

The ’Output Channels’ screen allows you to name each output channel for more organized mixing.

PCConfig3 Card.jpg

The ’Synchronisation’ screen allows manual selection of the sample rate and clock source.

PCConfig4 Card.jpg

The ’Settings’ screen allows the stream, ASIO, and WDM sound buffers to be set. Any detected drop outs will be documented as well, in which case a larger buffer should be selected.

PCConfig5 Card.jpg