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all that will occur is a smelly clanking subwoofer.......

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How are people controlling the power state of these amps? Is there a 12v remote turn-on I'm missing or auto on/off signal sensing circuitry?

This amp is going to be in a hidden equipment closet, don't exactly want to physically switch it on and off every time the system is fired up.
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