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When we were demoing a GLD I asked the (Canadian) distributor’s product rep about this.

His response, as I recall, is that the extra latency in the longer signal path is automatically compensated with a delay added to the shorter signal path, in order to keep the two signals in phase when they hit the LR bus.

So as long as all signals stay inside the GLD I wouldn’t expect to hear any comb-filtering between different signal paths (if there’s any external hardware inserted in one of the signal chains all bets are off, of course).

Not sure if the *total* latency of the console is constant (based on the longest possible internal routing path) or if it depends on the routing.