I am using GLM and works like a charm on my desktop PC system. Volume control is my mouse wheel. I once used ADI-2 Pro and it’s digital output and ADIs volume knob but direct GLM is easier and better,
I would chose 8341 hands down. That’s end game and you are done.
I haven't tried Dirac with my Genelecs, but the GLM works like a charm in calibrating the entire system at once. I have 8331+7350 and 8340. If you want to tinker and tweak, then maybe consider the Dirac setup. Otherwise I recommend the GLM setup.
Anybody considering these should seriously pay a few hundred more and get the 8330 bundle with the GLM room correction. It’s that good! 1799€ for example here:
Good stuff! Those new Genelec speaker stands are awesome. I also use them with 8331. Sub will definetly improve your system sound A LOT. I have the smallest Genelec SAM sub (was it 7350) in my smallish home office room and it works great.
I had this DSpeaker with my 8040s in a living room TV setup. Worked very well. I upgraded to 8340 and sold the DSpeaker. The 8340 does sound better compared to 8040 + DSpeaker.
These are available used every once in a while in the Finnish hifi forum. Seems to be one available as we speak...
I don't care about home theaters. I do want a good sound of my TV and I am perfectly happy with my pair of Genelec 8340. I do need to buy a bigger TV though, but then I need to get smaller Genelecs or a soundbar which both don't appeal... :)