In fact i think the attitude is from the responses i've gotten. I'm tired of explaining things over and over and over. I asked a simple question and quite frankly all these off-topic responses i've received have convoluted my initial question. so much so that others are leaving statements off topic to my initial question convoluting it further.
No one suggested you "rip" the cord from the powerstrip. Simply flipping the power switch on the strip would suffice. But if you want sensationalize my request into something crazy then go ahead. Pulling the power cord simply reproduces the process of the subwoofer losing power, as in my situation. If you have a switch somewhere in the circuit then by all means, flip the switch. If your subwoofer goes right to the wall, then the only way to reproduce a switched outlet is to pull the plug.
using auto on doesnt have ANY benefit to switching the subwoofer AT ALL. I don't know why i'd choose an inferior method because Dre325 told me so. And quite frankly i think it's irresponsible and unhelpful for people to talk for 'everyone' on the forum. PLENTY of people switch their subwoofer. Please only speak for yourself.
My question was very straight forward and simple. Not many answers i have received have even attempted to answer the only question i asked.Why would i be "happy" with people incorrectly
telling me how i'm doing things wrong, when i in no way, shape, or form asked for the suggestions in the first place.
Originally Posted by chuckb6
I have my Empire switched to turn on/off with the power on my AVR. When it turns off it makes a chirping sound. It does this even with nothing connected but the power wire. Does anyone else have this happen???
I don't know how you people act in real life. But ignoring someones initial question, because you're assuming you're smarter than them and you know what they want to know/do better than they do. Then pushing some method on the person when the person in no way was asking that. Well that's rude. I am NOT considering using the auto on. I never said i was. Why am i even talking about auto-on? Not to mention auto-on is INFERIOR IN EVERY WAY.
If someone wants to help me with the only question i have then i'd appreciate it. I really didn't come here to argue about how i set up my stereo.