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I just bought one of these and am mighty pleased with how it cleaned up my TV antenna signal. Wow.

Anyways, I was just wondering how all of you utilized each plug. As you know, there are 2 'always on' plugs, 2 'delayed' plugs and 4 regular ones. Which components do you have in which plugs.


So far I have...

Regular plugs: DVD, PS1, PS2, TV

Delayed: [none]

Always On: VCR, Receiver


Also, do you just leave it on? Or do you turn it off? Somehow I can't figure out how to shut it off without having to actually manually pressing the button. I have that second plug from the 1000+ connected to my receiver, but it doesn't shut itself off when my receiver is turned off.
 

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The plug out of the Panamax needs to go into a switched outlet on the back of your receiver. This would be an outlet that turns off when the power is shut off.


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If you need more always on outlets, just plug a power strip into one of the always on outputs. You could put your sub on one of the delayed turn-on outlets. They're intended for power amps, primarily. Best wishes!
 

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So what exactly does the master control plug do? Also, how do you change the brightness adjust control (the thing got pushed in trying to adjust it with a screwdriver)? I bought my unit on ebay used w/o the manual as you can probably guess ;)
 

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The smaller power cord must be pluged into one of the two always-on outlets if you want to use the front panel on/off button to turn the unit on and off. If you want the unit to power up with your pre/reciever's turn on, you plug the cord into a switched outlet on the pre/reciever. So, when you turn on the head unit, the 1000+ is powering up. In this configuration the front panel on/off switch is always left in the on position.


I forgot how the LED displays are adjusted. I think it's on the back panel. I've never bothered with it. I looed back there but thre's so many plugs and warts, I can't see the back panel well. Best wishes!
 
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