No sound from Loudspeakers

No sound from Loudspeakers

1. Check the loudspeakers selection

Ensure the correct loudspeakers are selected in Primus under Tools > Settings > General > Loudspeaker selection. 


2. Check FF calibration

Make sure the loudspeakers/ line out speakers are calibrated in Primus under Tools > Sound Field Calibration and connected to the corresponding speakers plug in the Primus Fitting Unit. 

If you are using Primus ICE, only Line Out 1 speakers can be selected as your active speakers

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