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Bypassing 8351A Calibration

goldie, modified 3 Years ago.

Bypassing 8351A Calibration

Youngling Posts: 0 Join Date: 1/19/19 Recent Posts

My 8351A's and a 9310A volume controller are connected via the GLM network adapter. I have the "Stored" dipswitch on the back of the monitors set to OFF.


Is GLM calibration bypassed in this arrangement? I'd like to use the 9310A volume controller w/ calibration turned off.