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GLM bass roll off
Ok thanks. I don't get it I just connected the interface via usb, then an ethernet cable through the in connector of one of my loudspeaker to test it, but the loudspeakers online number stays at 0... I tested on both of the loudspeakers, with two different ethernet cables, am I doing something wrong?
Let's check few things before that. Are you positive that the ethernet cable is connected to the "GLM Network" connector? Does the orange power LED lit?
Are both speakers powered on? Do the speaker LEDs show green colour? Does the colour change when you plug in the ethernet cable?
Both speakers were ON everytime I tried.
Regarding the lights on the box, when I plug the usb the led close to the usb cable is orange and always turned on, whereas whatever I'm doing (plugging ethernet or removing the cable) the other led is always orange but it's blinking fast, it's never stabilizing.
The glm software perfectly detects the interface, but the number of loudspeakers online remains at 0. I just unpacked it, received it yesterday brand new bought on Thomann.
A few more questions/things to consider:
-Do you have something in between the interface and the speakers, like an Ethernet switch? It should be a straight connection.
-Also the GLM interface should be connected straight to the computer, not via USB hub.
-Ethernet cables need to be straight, not crossover type.
-Are you positive that you are using the "full" GLM package, not the GLM.SE version? Your GLM version should be 1.4.3.
-If you look at the orange LED near the dip switches on the back of the speaker, it should go off when the Ethernet cable is connected to the speaker. Does it?
- It's a straight connection, no interface
- Not using a USB hub I'm using a usb at the rear of my iMac
- Ethernet cable is straight not crossover
- I'm using this http://www.thomann.de/fr/genelec_glm.htm, it does say that it's 1.4.3 when I'm launching it
- The problem might be on this one : I can see the discrete orange light at the rear of my 8240 near the "network control" plug in and when I'm plugging the ethernet cable nothing changes the light is still here. Like it's not noticing I plugged the cable I guess.
Where are you located? Is there a Genelec dealer near you that you could visit and maybe test your setup with another Genelec DSP speakers?
Please ask for Mr. Alain Deletete or Mr. Yann Matté.