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  • OPUS250W or DSATX220W ?

    OPUS 250W Intelligent..
    or
    DSATX 220 Watt Automotive...

    which is the wiser choice? 30W different is alright for me

  • #2
    The DSATX has programmability that the OPus does not, although you have to fork over an extra $10 for the brainstem.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    • #3
      thanks,,.. that was quick..

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      • #4
        been doing a bit of searching, but rather than creating a new thread ill ask in this one.

        I want to know is if the opus 250 has a amp turn on feature that will delay the amp turn on, so you wont hear the pop? because i think the DSATX has that option (Correct me if i am wrong)

        Also how soes that work? is it jumper adjustable, does it have a fixed set time after the powersuppy sends the signal to turn on the computer?

        thanks in advance..iim thining of upgrading my opus 150W , for my new car..

        edit: according to the opus site "2x Remote/trigger outputs to turn on/off slave devices" is this what i am looking for?
        I wish i knew how to do fiberglass work...

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        • #5
          opus 250 amp turnon is delayed and is jumper setable. It can be set to turn on the amp before or after the pc turns on.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by john1701 View Post
            opus 250 amp turnon is delayed and is jumper setable. It can be set to turn on the amp before or after the pc turns on.
            how does it know that the pc is past the point where it would make the pop noise (usually when windows loads and i guess the soundcard drivers are loaded)

            does it use a timer and just waits X amount of time before it turns on the amp, or does it have some sort of feedback capability to monitor wether windows has loaded (software maybe?)
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            • #7
              from the jumper settings. its all in the manual.
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