Join Date: Oct 2002
Location: Phoenix, AZ area
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My PF60 is running strong. I have it turning on with a 5V trigger from my AVR.
My unit is the version with trigger delay controls on each outlet.
It has no ethernet connections...
The display also doesn't turn all the way off.
It also has a 110v trigger that could be plugged into an AVR's switched outlet using a basic detachable cord from a laptop power supply, old boombox, etc.
My AVR also doesn't have a trigger out for the main zone so I am currently using the second HDMI output with a custom cable that connects the pwr/gnd from the HDMI port to a 1/8" mono mini plug with +5v on the tip of the mono plug. HDMI is required to supply 5V/55mA (the pf60 accepts a 3v-30v 30mA trigger) so there are no issues there (unless I were to short out the mini plug or something).
I have also used a USB to 1/8" mono cable with my older receiver that had a rear USB connector (which unfortunately the newer AVR doesn't have).
The AVR power outlet is set to always on, the external amplifier is switched on with a delay after the AVR is turned on and sets the trigger as are some of my other accessories.
Onkyo TX-NR929 as a Pre-Pro/Surround Amp Running 9.2, Adcom GFA-7000 driving (WL/L/C/R/WR)
Acer H9500BD / Monoprice 106" Multi-Format Screen.
Home Theater Direct Level 3 Left/Right/Ccenter (First Generation w/ Silk Dome Tweeters)
Home Theater Direct Audio Level 3 12" Subwoofers
Home Theater Direct Audio Level 2 Towers for WL/WR and Level 2 Bookshelf Surrounds