Genelec Community Forum has been archived

Thank you for all the years of Community discussions and activity!

The time has come for us to retire the community forums, but we will keep everything available for reading. There is a lot of valuable content written over the years, and you'll be able to access all of that. However, no new posts can be written, or old posts modified.

If you have questions, we recommend you use the Support function on the bottom right corner to contact our Customer Support directly.

Alternatively, if you wish to engage in a community discussion with other people, there are many active forums available. There is also an active, fan managed GENELEC COMMUNITY in Facebook, and many Genelec employees are active in the discussions there.

We are sorry for any possible inconvenience this may cause you, but we hope to hear from you through the other channels mentioned above.

Genelec Support

Message Boards

Can one use both inputs on 8240?

dumbo, modified 12 Years ago.

Can one use both inputs on 8240?

Padawan Posts: 78 Join Date: 12/20/09 Recent Posts
Does anyone know if one can use both the digital and analog inputs on the 8240 and switch between the 2?
christophe-anet, modified 12 Years ago.

Re: Can one use both inputs on 8240?

Jedi Knight Posts: 188 Join Date: 3/23/09 Recent Posts
Hello,

Thanks for your post. Our DSP systems and the GLM software work perfectly well with digital and analog inputs.

All you need to do is to make a system setup file for the analog input. Make another system setup file for the digital input. Select the system setup file using "File | Open..." and that switches you between the inputs.

To automate things even more, you can use the GLM AutoLink software (part of GLM) to quickly load the system setups using the keyboard shortcuts of your choice.

Best regards