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post #1 of 2 Old 12-27-2012, 08:31 AM - Thread Starter
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I have seen this discussed in great detail about how annoying it is that Onkyo did not include Zone 1 12V triggers on this series of amps, but has anyone found a workaround or any way to get 12V triggers to work with your main zone?
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Im surprised you got no reply, there are a couple of options. If you dont have a switched power outlet on the avr you can use a "smart strip"....


Then you sacrifice an old wall wart and attach the 3.5mm to the end of the wall wart cable, plug that into the controlled outlet on the smart strip.

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