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How do I connect my XR18 to WIFI?

How do I connect my XR18 to WIFI?

Start the Settings/Wireless & Networks dialog on your Android device and switch Wifi on. Click on Wifi to select a network. From the lists of networks, select your X Air mixer’s name (e.g. XR18-19-1B-07). After a few seconds, the status should change to Connected.

Can the XR18 be used as a digital snake?

A:No, they cannot.

How do I connect XAIR to my computer?

PC or Mac via Ethernet

  1. Using an Ethernet cable, connect the X AIR mixer’s ETHERNET port to your computer’s Ethernet port.
  2. Move the REMOTE switch to ETHERNET and launch the X EDIT app.
  3. Click the Setup button and select the Connection tab.
  4. Click Rescan, select your mixer, and then click Connect.

Is Behringer XR18 a powered mixer?

You must have not been using your powered mixer’s speaker outputs, which would probably be Speakon connectors, definitely not XLR. The XR18 is a mixer, period. It puts out line-level signal designed to feed power amps for passive speakers or active speakers with built in amps.

How do I connect my XR18 to my tablet?


  1. Slide the switch on the front of the XR18 to Access point.
  2. On the iPad, go to settings > Wi-Fi and select the XR18 network. The name will start with “XR18”.
  3. Launch the X Air app and tap the XR18 icon that shows up to the left of the “IP” box.

Can you use XR18 as a stage box?

The XR18 is a stand-alone mixing console, and cannot be used as a networked on-stage mixer, despite the fact that it looks like it can be.

What is ultranet audio?

The DM80-ULTRANET is a multichannel audio interface expansion card that enables the KLARK TEKNIK DM8000 Digital Audio Processor to connect to external devices using our proprietary ULTRANET digital audio format.

Can you control XR18 with iPhone?

For any of you who might be on the fence about grabbing the XR18, there is an app for the iPhone available that controls some of the functions. It is from a third party, and it’s $9. Controls faders for all buses, main, aux, effects, as well as pan and mute.

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