Frequency Display

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  • #62997
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    tkofaith
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    Does the GLD 112 have a feature that displays an active frequency graph for a selected channel or DCA for EQ use?

    Thanks,

    Tim

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    #63008
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    beartech
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    Press the Select button for the signal you want to view. Press “Meters” then the RTA tab. you will see a 31 band frequency spectrum of the selected channel.

    #63020
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    tkofaith
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    Thanks Steffen R and beartech. Beartech’s answer is more what I’m looking for. So it’s not possible to see the frequency spectrum while you’re doing the EQ?

    Thanks,

    Tim

    #63036
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    SteffenR
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    in GEQ yes in PEQ not at the moment

    #63040
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    tkofaith
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    Thanks! As a follow up question, When I select the processing menu, PEQ is an available option, GEQ doesn’t have a tab. I’ve tried pushing the GEQ Fader Flip button, but nothing happens. Is there something else I need to do to activate GEQ? I’m on a GLD 112 BTW.

    Thanks again!

    #63041
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    SteffenR
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    GEQ only in Mixes

    #63043
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    tkofaith
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    Alright, thanks!

    #63798
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    Mrvoltz
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    A way to watch the RTA and adjust the PEQ is to use an iPad the make the adjustments.

    #63800
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    tkofaith
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    Using the GLD app, or another?

    Thanks!

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