Looks like a good deal on a SC Receiver. Price is $679.99 after using code.
Can someone please let me know if this receiver has a 12V trigger? I'd love to jump on this deal
but only need to verify that it does have a 12v trigger.
I've read that it is assignable but when looking at rear panel I don't see them.
Came across 2 PRODUCT SHEETS and one does list 2 (12V) triggers.
The pictures in both PRODUCT SHEETS I posted do not show the triggers. Looked at the Specs from the SC-61 and they are there, right next to the IR (in/out).
Many merchants selling this receiver are going by what is posted in Pioneer's website and they will be disappointed that it may not have a 12v trigger
What you see is what you get, newegg pics are of the units shipped.
Here is NO trigger ports with the 1222.
There is a 5 volt output, but is on or off by menu setting and is linked to the RS-323c port.
I'm not sure how you could use this..
It's rarely worth waiting to pull the trigger on Internet deals, but that's an $80 savings from yesterday's cost! I have an old Onkyo HTIB also. If I wasn't eyeing the SC-1522-K and an entire HT upgrade I'd replace my current system with this.
Just noticed this deal too...man, I want to get it but I have an Emotiva Amp that I currently have connected to RECEIVER using the 12V trigger.
Doing so has allowed me to program the receiver alone with my Logitech ONE remote. What are my options without the trigger?
Thanks a lot for the sale info. I didn't see the $649 one, but I went ahead cancelled my $549 sc-1222k order and booked an $699 ONKYO 818 on newegg. Not sure if I made a good decision but at least there are tons of people using 818 and I feel more comfortable owning it.