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How Do I Update The Firmware in My Lake LM Processor or Lab Gruppen PLM / D Series Amplifier

Download the latest version of Lake Controller here (at the time of this post the latest version is 7.1.2) – here

  • Connect an ethernet cable (straight through cable – not a crossover cable) directly between your laptop and the Lake device (LM, PLM, D Series)
  • Navigate to the Lake Controller folder in our Program Files
  • Inside this folder you will find a small application called  LakeUpdate.  Run this application and choose your device. You will also choose the network adapter your device is connected to.

  • On the following screen we can see the connected frames and their current version of firmware. If your frames firmware is not up to date with this version of Lake then there will be a red X next to the firmware version.
  • To start the update we select the frame from the list and press update.
  • Read the information in the update window before proceeding and, when you are ready, click ok and the update will begin.
  • The only difference between updating the PLM+ and D series compared to older LAKE products is that, since version 6.5 of LAKE, the PLM+ and D Series will power cycle as part of the update.
  • If we were using one of the older Lake units we would have to manually power cycle the frame by unplugging the power from the back, not just turning the frame onto standby and off again.
  • The Lake Updater will prompt us when it has finished updating the firmware, and now we just wait until the frame restarts and loads the latest firmware, this may take a few minutes.
  • Once it is complete you will see a green tick next to the frame in the Lake Updater.
  • You can now close the LakeUpdate application and return to Lake Controller to configure the device

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