heeman said:Thanks AndySTL.
I checked the Owners Manual and you are correct, no trigger for on/off.
heeman said:Okay Soundhound, I am a little rusty on my basic electronic circuit skills.
How would you get this to interact with a remote?
Go For It, make me look STUPID!! :bow-blue:
Flint said:I have the 750 and love it!
I don't think so. Zamp v.3 isAndySTL said:Is the 750 the old model name for the current Z-Amp?
Batman said:Interesting, I've been putting off an inexpensive way to add a trigger to my 2-ch Rotel...if I pursue it I will start another thread in the DIY section. SH, is there an inexpensive way to add a trigger to the power cable side of things to avoid opening an amp (provided I read the above instructions properly, I assume getting into the cabinet would be needed and in my case a bit of a pain) an external relay that the amp would plug into and then plug the relay into an outlet?
malsackj said:I have used a 10 amp solution for some of my gear in a metal box with outlets, I used a 120 Volt switched outlet on the back of the pre/pro that turns on or off the relay.
http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdet ... er=075-166
http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdet ... er=075-100
http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdet ... er=075-124
There is a separate mount for these models that I was not seeing.
If I spend a few extra dollars the relay will time delay !!!
I have a fuse in the front of the relay for 10 amps.