NI USB-6000 and its family are not supported by Matlab officially. However, by modifying the DAQ toolbox in matlab you can get it to work. It goes without saying that I do not make any guarantees. Before messing with Matlab's code, make a backup.
The problem seems to be that this family of devices does not need to set the AI coupling or there is a different way to set it than the way matlab previously implemented for NI devices. As far as I can tell, the solution is stable/works but more testing is needed and it may result in bugs. I should also note that some of Matlab's functions seem to work right out of the box - adding digital channels for instance.
To get your DAQ to work, go into the directory which holds matlab. You will need to be administrator on the computer to make these changes. Go to the following file:
On line 56 you see the function configureTask. Simply comment out the code under % Set the Coupling:
This prevents the code which sets the coupling from being executed. From what I've seen it doesn't seem this is necessary in these new USB DAQs, but I will edit accordingly if I run into problems.