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    Can one FSM-432MKIII Switch two Grandmiester 36 heads?

    slamskie
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    Post by slamskie on Wed Jul 12, 2017 1:19 pm

    I want to use 2 Grandmiester 36 heads but control them with one FSM-432MKIII.  I can not imagine why it would not if you use a 5 pin midi cable on the output of amp 1 to the midi in on amp 2 but I wanted to make sure:-)....thanks for taking the time to look at this!
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    Post by slamskie on Fri Jul 14, 2017 3:23 pm

    I guess I asked the $10,000,000 question...looks like no one else know either....Oh Well. Very Happy
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    Post by bordonbert on Sun Jul 16, 2017 7:34 am

    In the days since you posted I just haven't had a chance to come and look for new posts Slamskie. I'm sure others are the same.

    Yes you can, the MIDI 'OUT' acts as a 'THRU' [sic] through socket also. Just daisychain the two GM36s and make sure they are responding to the same MIDI channel. I'm sure you will have done it by now.


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