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GLM2 for 8260???

lengcm, modified 8 Years ago.

GLM2 for 8260???

Youngling Posts: 6 Join Date: 2/25/12 Recent Posts
've been using my 8320 with glm2 and it sounds great but I was wondering if I can calibrate my 8260 with glm2 or should I stick with glm1?

I am concerned because I am not sure if glm2 will affect the sound of 8260 in an bad way! Or will it sound better than the glm1 calibration?
joerggermany, modified 8 Years ago.

Re: GLM2 for 8260???

Padawan Posts: 36 Join Date: 12/23/13 Recent Posts
... i think it will be the same. Only the new Models use more
filters, so GLM1 and GLM2 calibrate the same way.

Gruss Jörg
1038, modified 8 Years ago.

Re: GLM2 for 8260???

Jedi Master Posts: 340 Join Date: 4/6/09 Recent Posts
GLM 2 will calibrate 8260's, as you have both GLM 1 & 2, it doesn't matter... Store your current setting in the speaker with GLM 1, make sure the stored switch is on then connect GLM 2 and Calibrate, if you think that you don't like it as much as GLM 1, simply disconnect GLM 2 and cycle the power.