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Confused on dip switch setup to store settings to monitors and subwoofer

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Confused on dip switch setup to store settings to monitors and subwoofer

Youngling Viestejä: 3 Liittymispäivä: 21.4.2012 Viimeisimmät viestit

I am a new user of GLM calibration system. While the basic cabling connections and use of new GLM4 software seems to be clear and easy to follow I am having a problem to understand how and when to configure dip switches of the speakers. 

I am reading following instructions from manuals:

1. Genelec 8250A DSP Loudspeakers Operating Manual: [After running AutoCal and selecting Store Acoustic Settings to All Online Loudspeakers…]  … for each DSP loudspeaker, turn it off, select ”Stored” on the back of the each loudspeaker to enable the internal Acoustic Settings, and then turn it on again.

2.  GLM4 System Operating Manual: To set up a Genelec SAM system, check the dip switch controls of the SAM subwoofers and monitors. The ‘Stored’ switch, if available, should be ON when to use the stored settings in the standalone use - the stored settings come to force when the devices are re-powered up while the ”stored” DIP is step to right position

So should I keep the ”Stored” DIP switch in the ON position while running the GLM4/AutoCal and after sending new settings to loudspeakers I should simply turn the power OFF and then ON to the loudspeakers?

Or should I keep the ”Stored” DIP switch in the OFF position while running the GLM4/AutoCal and after sending new settings to loudspeakers I should first turn the power OFF, then turn the ”Stored” DIP switch ON ... and only after that turn the power back ON to the loudspeakers?

Or something else?