How Do I Force SoundCheck to Use a Decimal Point Instead of a Comma?

In some cases, Windows Regional Language Settings may result in SoundCheck using a comma as the decimal separator. This can also cause issues with calibration returning a failing result even if the device is within the correct limits. If you want to SoundCheck to always display the separator as a point/mark, you will need to add the following line to the SoundCheck configuration:


The configuration file can be found in your SoundCheckXX.X folder. Copy this line to SoundCheck XX.X.ini.


This will force SoundCheck to always use the “dot”.

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