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same calibration profile for analog and digital inputs? 8330A.

zym1010, modified 2 Years ago.

same calibration profile for analog and digital inputs? 8330A.

Youngling Posts: 2 Join Date: 8/28/20 Recent Posts

I purchased a pair of 8330A for music listening recently. They are fantastic. I've already done calibration using analog inputs, and I'm planning to switch to an all-digital setup, using a thunderbolt 3 dock that supports toslink output as well as a toslink -> AES/EBU converter (I'm satisfied with the sound with analog inputs; it's just that I indeed need the thunberbolt 3 dock for other purposes so I think spending some extra dollars for an all-digital setup might be fun).  The speakers' locations won't change. 

In this case, do I need to re do the calibration? I assume that I can simply copy the current analog Group file, switch it to digital, and skip AutoCal?

antong, modified 2 Years ago.

RE: same calibration profile for analog and digital inputs? 8330A.

Padawan Posts: 76 Join Date: 6/12/20 Recent Posts

Hello, Zym1010!

No, you don't need to recalibrate. You can duplicate your analog group, rename it (i.e. digital) and choose digital as input signal. Then just confirm the new group and skip AutoCal as it is copied from analog group. Now you can use same setup with digital input without recalibrating.

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