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Behringer Xenyx 1832FX

Analog Mixer from Behringer belonging to the Xenyx series.

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Hi everyone,

I'm posting hoping somebody can help me solve whatever is going wrong when trying to connect my mixer to my computer. Ever since being given the mixer by a friend, I've tried connecting it to my PC but nothing seems to work properly. I have a 64bit windows 7 pro PC and downloaded the USB Audio Driver 64-bit USB ASIO driver from Behringer's site.

When connecting the mixer to the PC, it will receive a signal and play sounds that the computer is producing, but will NOT send signal to the PC. I select Behringer under recording devices, but when trying to listen, no levels are given. I've tested several DAWs like audacity and mixcraft and in each scenario, no signal seemed to be coming from the mixer.

The small red USB button is pressed down, but still nothing goes to the PC. Sorry of I wasn't clear with my explanation. Any ideas? Thanks.
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