5 Seconds is about the time it takes me to undo my seat belt and open the door, so the music shuts off just as I'm stepping out of the car. Kind of like the GM stock radios.
I know this is by design, but are people really walking away from their cars with music still playing??
I have the jumpers set for a 5 second delay, then there might be another 5 seconds until the music actually stops. I am using the amp turn-on lead, I guess I never thought about the amp staying on as long as the power supply.
are more people just wiring the amp remote turn on directly to the key so that their music kills with the key??
EPIA SP13000, 512 DDR400, Seagate 300GB, Belkin PCI 802.11g w/external antenna, Holux GM-210 GPS, XM Direct w/ serial, Dlink FM, Opus 120 p\s, Rockford P4004 amp, Xenarc 7" VGA touchscreen custom mounted in double din spot -- see pics and write up here!!
i guess it wouldn't be that much of a hassle to wire the amp remote turn on to the ACC, like you said.
The reason why M1-ATX has an amp turn-on connection is to avoid the thump produced by the PC as it turns on. And the thump is what you will hear if you connect the ACC/IGN directly to the amp. Unless you put in some kind of delay circuitry, of course.
I understand that it feels kinda awkward to shut the car door and leave the car while music is still playing. I feel exactly the same way. I'd rather have this than the thump though.
EPIA Nehemiah M10k, M1-ATX, 20GB 4200 RPM 2.5", 256MB RAM, Win XP Home, Gyration RF Keyboard & Mouse, Zoltrix Nightingale Optical 4.1 PCI Sound Card, Lilliput 619GL-70NP, XM-PCR w/ optical upgrade, Garmin GPS-25LVS, Microsoft MN-710 USB Wireless NIC