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Question about GLM

jonathan-s, modified 12 Years ago.

Question about GLM

Youngling Posts: 22 Join Date: 5/2/09 Recent Posts
Is the GLM network only between the loudspeakers and the control interface or can i connect something else to it? I'd like to get rid of the need for a running computer to use it/change volume, and i suppose that would be possible if something could speak GLM and be part of the network (like an ipad/iphone). Would this be technically possible to do?
ilkka-rissanen, modified 12 Years ago.

Re: Question about GLM

Yoda Posts: 2564 Join Date: 3/23/09 Recent Posts

The GLM control network is a proprietary network which is not compatible with typical Ethernet networks. It doesn't support third party devices for volume control. You are able to control volume only from the GLM software or directly from the source (preamplifier or similar).