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post #11 of 15 Old 11-22-09, 06:44 PM
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Re: WAF mods for my Subwoofers power plant (Behringer EP)

Top job there, and the effectiveness of something as simple as your new face plate is great.
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post #12 of 15 Old 11-23-09, 06:04 PM
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That's some great work right there! And smart thinking with the relay setup. My Monster power conditioner does something like that, but I've been too lazy to set it all up. I just walk up to my gear and click, click, click...just like Wash powering up the Serenity. :P
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That's some great work right there! And smart thinking with the relay setup. My Monster power conditioner does something like that, but I've been too lazy to set it all up. I just walk up to my gear and click, click, click...just like Wash powering up the Serenity. :P
Ya know i do feel pretty cool when people are sitting down and i have to walk up and click on 3 large important looking devices. though when laying in bed i really dont wanna get up to turn everything off.

That mod got me on a tangent and am now thinking of building a 15amp relay into a surge suppressor. Now i understand how it works and what the connections do i feel pretty confident i can build one to plug my ep2500, Art cleanbox, and SVSoundEQ into. dont need any of those devices on when the receiver is off.

Also pretty sure i stripped one of the small heatsink screws on the top of it. so its going to be allot of work to get that off of there.
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Re: WAF mods for my Subwoofers power plant (Behringer EP)

I like the idea of automatically turning on the amp automatically.

Is it possible to do the same thing by connecting the electrical lines from the Behringer to a reciever in such a manner that when you turn on your AV reciever it completes the circuit turning on the amp as well????
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Re: WAF mods for my Subwoofers power plant (Behringer EP)

With the behringer's power draw I do not think you would want to do that.
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