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  • DSATX F1&F2 Amp hookup

    Does anyone have this feature hooked up? I don't know exactly how this is done. I want my amp to turn on after my pc turns on. Do you just run the F1 cable (12v) to the REM on your amp and then ground F2? I may be totally off but if someone can help me out than I'd appreciate it.
    Thanks!
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    NM found my answer
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    • #3
      Originally posted by dsballer2000
      NM found my answer
      If you found your answer, it great to post the solution to share it with others.
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      • #4
        Oops, sorry...It turns out that the F1 position(12v) just goes into the REM(Remote) in the amp. This will then turn the amp on after it turns on the computer which in return removes the loud popping noise that is made if its the other way around(amp on first, then pc). Also, when the computer is shutting down the DSATX will shut the amp off first and then the pc which eliminates the popping noise while the pc shuts down.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by dsballer2000
          Oops, sorry...It turns out that the F1 position(12v) just goes into the REM(Remote) in the amp. This will then turn the amp on after it turns on the computer which in return removes the loud popping noise that is made if its the other way around(amp on first, then pc). Also, when the computer is shutting down the DSATX will shut the amp off first and then the pc which eliminates the popping noise while the pc shuts down.

          Wait a minute where did you find that?

          The F1/F2 is an open collector output. It will only pull to ground.

          http://www.mpegbox.com/microsdc/usdc20d_AuxOC.pdf

          Thats what you need to do. I also offer a kit for this.
          MPEGBOX - Plexiglass Computer
          www.mpegbox.com

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          • #6
            What's the kit like? and what does it cost?

            Thanks btw for clearing this up.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by dsballer2000
              What's the kit like? and what does it cost?

              Thanks btw for clearing this up.
              The kit is just like this:

              http://www.mpegbox.net/fourms/viewtopic.php?t=24

              5 bucks.
              MPEGBOX - Plexiglass Computer
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