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SOLVED - Cant calibrate with mic

raggi, modified 9 Years ago.

SOLVED - Cant calibrate with mic

Youngling Posts: 2 Join Date: 6/4/10 Recent Posts
This is about the GLM connection. The speakers works fine connected to my Focusrite LS56.
I have two 8240 dsp with GLM software.
I have downloaded latest software and previouse is tested as well.
Everything is connected properly into a HP Z800. The cable from the GLM box is connected to (->0) line input.
I get volume on the line input when i throw sound at the mic AND I know the speakers works because I can test it with GLM.

When I use auto Calibrating, it can't find or callibrate the mic.
I have done this before with this computer, but I have renewed the studio.
I have replaced all cables except the mic cable as it is isn't possible to remove.
I have also tried to connect the mic to my Focursite LS56, but with the same results.
The software accepts my GLM serial.

Any idea why I can't calibrate?
The speakers works perfect with no-calibratin.
raggi, modified 9 Years ago.

Re: Cant calibrate with mic

Youngling Posts: 2 Join Date: 6/4/10 Recent Posts
Managed to solve the problem by using my workstation laptop and the mic input. Had to reduce the input to 3%. Copied the files over to my Studio computer.
Strange because I have used my studio computer to do this before....