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    Default Adding on another amp

    My main pre is a Sunfire with a Sunfire amp. I just got an aditional amp Nad for surround back speakers. My question is can it be possible for the Nad to turn on when the Sunfires turn on. There are no additional plug in's with the Sunfire pre. And the Sunfire Amp triggers auto on with the pre. I would like all to turn on so i do not have to get up. I am spoiled and lazy. Thanks guys, Doug
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    Does the NAD have a 12v trigger input jack on it ?

    If so the Sunfire can be used to trigger it.

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    No 12v trigger input. I thought i saw some kind of devise here for this purpose.
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    Just leave it on all the time.
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    Yeah. It won't hurt it just to leave it on.That's what I do with my Outlaws.
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    You can leave it on all the time ... or ... there are power control/filtering devices that have remotes ...

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    Yea i guess i can do that. I remember this question in the past with the same conclusion. I will leave it on.
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    The device in the link below is designed just for that use , all you do is plug the device into the wall outlet then plug in the preamp into the blue outlet on the strip ,and the amps into the red outlets and when you turn the preamp on the amps turn on, and when you power down the amps turn off just like a 12 volt trigger..

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    Hey thanks for the link. I knew i saw this before, just could not locate. I will place an order. Thanks again. The very best,Doug
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