DCX Client & Server  

WiFi remote control system for the Behringer DCX2496. 

Supported DCX2496 functions:

Input A/B/C/Sum: Gain, Mute, Delay, EQ 1..9, Dynamic EQ, Sum In channel A & B & C 
Output 1..6: Gain, Mute, Delay (long & short), EQ 1..9, Dynamic EQ, X-Over incl. X-Link(audio crossover), Phase, Polarity, Limiter
configuration: Input Stereo Link (e.g. combine In channel A+B) and Output Configuration (e.g. 3-way setting LMH LMH)
Set signal source for "Sum" signal and all Outputs 1..6

How It Works

Step 1

Install the DCX.Client app from the macOS, iOS or Android app store or download the MS-Windows version from our download page.

Step 2

Use the DCX.NC controller or install the DCX.Server software (Computer with MS-Windows  or Linux PC with Wine). Connect the PC to your LAN and to the DCX2496 via a RS232 port (e.g. USB-RS232 interface). 

Step 3

Ready, you are able to control your DCX2496 device via WiFi from your mobile phone, tablet computer or PC.

DCX.Client software

DCX.Client is the interface to control your DCX2496 remotely. The software adjusts easily the input level or EQ and X-Over settings, Limiter and many more. You get it for iOS, macOS, Android, and MS-Windows.

DCX.Server software

DCX.Server is the data handler between the DCX.Client and DCX2496 device. The software needs a MS-Windows or Linux-Wine PC to control the DCX2496. 

The PC must be connected to your LAN via a network cable (or power LAN adapter). The DCX2496 device itself is connected to the PC via a RS232 port (e.g. USB-RS232 interface). 

DCX.NC controller

The DCX.NC, a Mini PC, is the easiest way to control a DCX2496 device. You need only the DCX.Client on a mobile phone etc. to control the DCX2496. Connect the DCX.NC to your DCX2496 and LAN, thats it. Power up both and control your DCX2496 via the DCX.Client app.

DCX.NC Atomic

A low price, but fully equivalent alternative to the DCX.NC can be created via a Atomic Pi PC with a Linux operating system.  

For a quick start you can order a pre-configured software image for the Atomic Pi PC, named "DCX.NC Atomic". The bootable image includes an installer, the Linux OS, DCX.Server and USB-RS232 port driver (FTDI). You find an installation manual at our download page.

More features

DCX.Client & DCX.Server, a powerful team to control your DCX2496 device via WiFi via a mobile phone, tablet computer or PC.

You get the DCX.Client app as a gratis full version for iOS, macOS and Android from the app stores. Also as a free version you can download the MS-Windows version from our download page. 

The DCX.Server is available as free demo version with limited functions for the first steps and test. Download it here from our homepage. 

Up to 16x DCX2496
Control up to 16x DCX2496 devices with a single DCX.Client (The Master 2496 device via RS232, the slaves via RS485).
2 memory presets
2 memory presets to store the device adjustment or for a setup transfer between two DCX2496 devices.
Mute/un-mute all outputs via a single click.
Undo-Redo function for the last action.

System requirements


Remote control app  
MS-Windows: 7,8,10 32& 64 bit  
macOS: 10.10 or higher
Android: Android 5 or higher
iOS: iOS 9 or higher
for all os as gratis full version!


PC MS-Windows 7,8,10 (32&64 bit) or Linux PC (E.G. MINT) with Wine 
PC MIN. INTEL x5 Z8350 CPU 1.9GHZ, e.g. Atomic PI single board computer
PC connected via cable to the network / internet 
RS232 port or USB-RS232 interface. FTDI chipset recommended 
Free trial VERSION available 


Mini PC with DCX.Server
size approx. 12 x 12 x 2.5cm  
main power 100V...240V 
Ethernet port 100/1000 MBIT
delivery: DCX.NC, power supply, USB-RS232 interface, DCX.Server incl. license 

DCX.NC Atomic

Software image
16GB image file to use for a Atomic Pi single board computer
Image incl. pre-configured Linux oS, DCX.Server, USB-RS232 interface driver (FTDI) and a DCX.Server license
Download the image, copy it to a SD memory card 32GB and install it to the Atomic PC. Ready!