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Triggering a sub wirelessly
#421982 01/04/17 04:16 PM
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Hi All,

I've had my axiom speakers since 2001 and love them - just replaced the amp in my EP350 (many thanks to Debbie).

Does anyone know of a way send a trigger wirelessly from the preamp to the sub? I've searched high and low and can't find anything? It's probably obvious, but I can't see it. All the searches i try end up with results about wireless subs and not triggering a sub wirelessly - the trigger out from the amp sends a signal to a receiver at the sub that then sends a signal through trigger in that turns on sub.

Thanks!
wearle

Re: Triggering a sub wirelessly
wearle #421987 01/04/17 10:57 PM
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The only thing that comes to mind is from Outlaw Audio which provides you a receiver/transmitter unit. They have really good reviews and their amps rock!

https://outlawaudio.com/products/OAW4.html


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Re: Triggering a sub wirelessly
wearle #421988 01/05/17 12:02 AM
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That is a drawback for Axiom amps and I don't get it. All subs I have ever had use auto on sensing, what they do is a throwback from car amps. you could use a power sensing power bar, I use one for my bias light, my tv turns on and the power bar senses it then turns on anything plugged into it.


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Thanks for the input.

A poster at Audioholics suggested this:

https://www.amazon.com/Xantech-SMAUD01-Audio-Sensor-Module/dp/B000RQ6O4I

Which I think should work perfectly.

wearle


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