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7360A <-> GLM without USB adapter?

jaycee, modified 3 Years ago.

7360A <-> GLM without USB adapter?

Youngling Posts: 0 Join Date: 3/29/20 Recent Posts

I'm using non-Genelec main speakers (Event Opals) in a 7.1 system with a 7360A sub.   

So far I've been using this 'manually' with the fixed 85Hz crossover - however I'm aware from the manual that GLM allows more flexibility, e.g. to move the crossover frequency.   

Is it possible to connect a Mac running GLM to the sub without spending €300 on the GLM kit just to get the network adapter?  That seems a criminal waste of money just to be able to access additional settings over a network.   Is it possible to simply connect it to our LAN and access it that way?

Thanks - JC