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Trick your GLM into 85hz high pass.

richardwin, modified 5 Years ago.

Trick your GLM into 85hz high pass.

Youngling Posts: 12 Join Date: 3/4/17 Recent Posts
Tell it you want to use your subwoofer (hope you have one hooked up.)
Set 85hz highpass on mains.
Manually mute the sub. Use whatever other sub you like.

You could probably create an 85hz highpass by setting it manually on the "edit acoustics all" but I'm not sure what specs to use to equal an 85hz highpass. It would be cool to allow 85hz highpass by dip switch (-6db bass roll off is max available.) or in "edit acoustics all" without a sub hooked up.

If someone knows a better way to get 85hz high pass on the 8351, I'm all ears :)