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GLM 3 Muting my 8320A Pair

rkilbashian0823, modified 3 Years ago.

GLM 3 Muting my 8320A Pair

Youngling Posts: 4 Join Date: 10/11/19 Recent Posts

I just purchased a pair of 8320A monitors as well as the GLM 3 kit.  I've done my calibrations but it seems that every time I launch a Pro Tools session my speakers are muted until I launch the GLM software!  I believe I have disabled anything that has to do with sleep yet it consistently mutes my monitors until I launch GLM.  Can anyone please help me?

manutal, modified 3 Years ago.

RE: GLM 3 Muting my 8320A Pair

Jedi Knight Posts: 180 Join Date: 4/25/14 Recent Posts

I suggest that you power up the GLM box with a USB cellphone charger etc and Enable USB controller in GLM setup menu. Then you dont have to open the GLM software everytime. Remember to store settings in your monitors also, I suggest to use ISS.

janne-koo, modified 3 Years ago.

RE: GLM 3 Muting my 8320A Pair

Padawan Posts: 73 Join Date: 10/26/15 Recent Posts

It's a bit of either-or; If you want to connect the GLM brain to your computer you'll practically need to run GLM software too - but that's a choice to make, not a requirement.

In any case, configure the GLM software NOT to power off the monitors at exit; Have ISS power them off after a while without input instead. Unless you want to run the GLM software, store settings and power the GLM unit from an external source, as already suggested.

The 'Enable USB controller' is just for when GLM software is running and you have a Griffin Powermate, I think..?

​One way to cope with sometimes using GLM software and sometimes not is a powered USB hub - which actually is externally powered, not just one with the capability. Disconnect the hub from the host and the brain is forced to go independent, using stored settings, with the wired volume control still working.

​​​​​​​I use a tiny 4-port powered USB 3.0 hub with individual push-button on/off switches and status LED's; Easy to leave out and reboot peripherals. Got mine from Aliexpress, ACASIS brand - very nice quality, no power supply included (takes any micro-USB, 2A+) and it has a very short, fixed host cable, though.

raiya1234, modified 2 Years ago.

RE: GLM 3 Muting my 8320A Pair

Youngling Posts: 6 Join Date: 11/15/20 Recent Posts

I found that if you USE a GLM without GLM software , the volume will be minimized. For exsample  ,I am using a USB 5V powersuply for the GLM ,Instead of plugging USB into my PC .When the power is plugged in, the volume will be minimized. I found this when I bought a 9101A wireless remote and try to use it to turn on/off the speakers without PC.

raiya1234, modified 2 Years ago.

RE: GLM 3 Muting my 8320A Pair

Youngling Posts: 6 Join Date: 11/15/20 Recent Posts

The speakers are not muted. It's just that the volume is minimal,0 ,everytime. And the leds on the speakers will not turn red when be turely muted, without USB into PC. I suggest you buy a 9101a remote(6 buttons new type) . It's  useful.

xaiver.coco, modified 2 Years ago.

RE: GLM 3 Muting my 8320A Pair

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 7/8/21 Recent Posts

I think that you should contact the seller and clarify this point because of such a malfunction. Or try to look for high-quality analogues on Aliexpress, for example. With Alitools, it will be easier because it monitors changes in the prices of goods on AliExpress, displays the level of trust in the seller, finds and shows reviews, tracks parcels. It will be difficult to buy something of poor quality.