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post #111 of 425 Old 09-25-11, 10:53 AM
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Not sure what you mean about the way you have the s-convert set but did you try turning that down lower? I found with my setup I had the same problem but found that leaving the reciever and amp levels up and then turning down the s-convert to 75db reading on my SPL meter worked best for me. I am running the EP4000 not the Inuke.

yeah we played a bit with the s convert and found it wasnt really changing much between "max" (+10?) and more like +5 (more like 2-3 o clock position vs the 5-6 o clock position). but definitely somethign ill remember to try out next time i head over there. I know with my onkyo 607 and e4000 it makes a difference in position but it wasnt seeming to make much difference on the onkyo rc370 setup
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Really? That sounds strange because I can adjust my spl from the s-convert to produce either no sound or over 100db plus and anywhere in between.
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o im sure it changed it a bit. ill need to actually have a meter though. I know my tempest-x changing it definitely changes the output and is noticeable. With the inuke it didnt seem as noticeable though. granted the "testing" was all of a minute. Added it to the list of more things ot play with when i go back over though
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Well good luck and let us know how it goes. Sometimes it takes allot of tweaking to get it right.
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definitely! overall though i'd say the inuke (least the 3000dsp) is a good replacement to the ep4000!
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I've always wondered with people who run pro amps, Do you have to go and turn on the amp every time you want to use it? Does it have an auto on mode?
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You do have to turn them on or off yourself. I do believe you can get adapter though that will give you a remote on off function for sockets, which would give you remote powering of a pro amp, but also another remote to having lying about.
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I've always wondered with people who run pro amps, Do you have to go and turn on the amp every time you want to use it? Does it have an auto on mode?
I use x-10 appliance modules and an I/R to x-10 converter. I have 4 pro amps and and an emotiva for the LCR that I have addressed differently. My AVR is onkyo which is why the emo is on x-10. For normal tv watching the emo and 1 pro come on, if I watch bluray or listen to music I have all on. My harmony one is programmed to do it all.

I also have a whole house fan that is on x-10, this way I do not have to walk upstairs to turn it on/off. My harmony does it. The x-10 wall switch is just like the rest, it is decora and you can not tell the difference between it and the regular light switches.

11, it is one louder.
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I have all my pro amps hooked up to my power conditioner and all I do is have them in the switched outlets and when I turn on my power center it first turns on my reciever and then on a 10 second delay turns on my amps. Easy.
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i just get up and turn it on. I dont normally use the amp/sub for general tv watching so no point in it auto turning on for me
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