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post #1 of 3 Old 05-13-2011, 10:31 AM - Thread Starter
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My pioneer Sc 37 has two 12 volt triggers on the back of it. Would these be used to make a screen operate? I have a dalite cosmo electric screen shipped today and was just curious if this is doable without adding anything to the screen

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Those 12v triggers can be used for an array on items from Amp "turn on" to control of a projector screen, so to answer your question - Yes.

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Personally, I would use the 12V trigger from the projector to run the screen, but yes. It comes down to which is the closest, and if you have other uses for the ones on the receiver(2nd zone, a subwoofer with a 12v).

There are 12v controlled outlets(like a timer/light sensing outlet), so you could use one to power your sub, even if the sub doesn't have a 12v. Just buy a "soft shut-off" for the sub.
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