Originally Posted by JOHNnDENVER
Ok OK, your killing me here. I have got to get one of these and give it a go. I am not as encouraged, because you have short runs, and I have a real long run to my projector. I still have not tried putting the switch at the projector, but I am not sure that is feasable, because that would mean every device I want to hook up would require a honk'n big cable with a long run to the projector. Yikes.
PS: I am getting short on cash till I get the Monoprice switch returned as I have really enjoyed my velodyne 15" sub(s) for years but Ill be darned if one of my subs didn't go out when I truned it back on after being gone for 5 days for the thankgiving day holidy. UUHHGG I ordered two new 1000 watt amps complete with EQ, I am just going to replace the amp in both subs so they match.
It just goes to show, it's always something.
Something that may help ya out regarding cable length ... this switcher has a "signal enhance" switch on it. In the manual it states that for use of runs more than 15 foot the "signal enhance" will take care of that. Here is a link if ya want more info regarding that feature.http://www.circuitcity.com/ssm/Sima-...oductDetail.do
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