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Cannot read Level meters and Dirac delays / levels with DDRC-88 BM 7 months 1 week ago #58603

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Hallo,

I am using the 88-BM plugin on my Windows 10 laptop and experienced a problem today. I can connect to the DDR88 and everything seems to work. But I connot rad the Level meters at the output tab anymore. They just show 4 db instead of the actual value. The same applies for the dirac tap: it just sows a level of 10 db and 0 ms delay where it previously showed the actual values dirac calculated. It seems that the plugin cannot read this info from the device anymor. Do you have any suggestions?

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Cannot read Level meters and Dirac delays / levels with DDRC-88 BM 7 months 4 days ago #58705

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@ steakhouse

Extremely odd and don't think we've seen this before. Easiest to start a support ticket with our team (Support.minidsp.com) 
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Cannot read Level meters and Dirac delays / levels with DDRC-88 BM 6 months 3 weeks ago #58849

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Hello,

I resolved that issue by restarting (pulled the power plug) of the DDRC-88. :)

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