screw all that.. just use the amp-service
Windows Service that raises DTR on powerup
works perfect everytime never her poping.....
I know this thread is old but....
I had the same problem with that device, only in reverse.....
when I don't crank the engine I have a delay....when I do crank the engine, no delay at all. I contacted David and he suggested I put a 1000mfd 13VDC capcitor in parallel with the input line and ground. When I cranked the engine for the first time after installing the cap I didn't have a delay, but since then it seems to work.
In hindsight I wish I would have built my own delay...alot cheaper and probably would have worked better. Here's a good one:
Thanks...I may give that a try.
First I am going to try and wire in a Pulse trigger relay and see how that does.
I still can't get that David Navone piece of crap to work....
I thought it was working with the cap soldered in, but it only works properly for a couple of hours until the cap discahrges....
so if my car is not running for a couple of hours and I start it up, the amp turns on immediately.
I wouldn't reccomend that product to anyone.
Biggest waste of money (and time) yet!
Thanks.... I may try that solution yet.
The main reason I was posting in this thread was to let people know not to buy that David Navone Turn on delay.
It's a total waste of money! Some people on here have had luck with it,
but IMHO it's a POS
There are much better ways to accomplish what that device is supposed to do!
I bought this item a while back and works like a charm no problems at all installing and functionally.
Continued Worklog... Upgrades in progress:
*15.4" WXGA LED backlight touchscreen upgrade
*Custom fiberglass dash bezel
Good review. I will prolly be getting this just because I don't do that soldering stuff xD. 24 aint bad. What is +/- $8 bucks in a 1000$ computer
link dont work