Gotcha. That’s a cool little gadget. Wonder if that could be used for a Schitt Freya pre amp somehow. How hard was that to put together?
I am really happy with the trigger I built. Following up on a few posts here. I have been enjoying my recently received my Buckeye 2 channel amp and now have a working trigger solution to control the on/off. Long path but short answer... I bought a controller for an LED light strip. It is a compact unit that came with a 12v power supply and a remote control for $12.99 on Amazon. I connected a 3.5mm mono plug and trained my Harmony universal remote to control the device. It now works as hoped. I turn on the streamer with the remote and the Buckeye amps comes right on. The power off works just as well.
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Didn't get an alert of new responses, sorry for the late reply.Are any amps available for shipping now or is there a waitlist?
Here is an example of a case with 4 channels installed but pre-wired for four more channels to be installed by the customer. Literally just plug and play on the consumer end. For those who want the easy option of adding more channels in the future.
Copy and paste from another thread.
General FYI. I just talked myself into buying another 6ch Nc502mp amp from Buckeye Amps for $1650 usd shipped. Have already made arrangements with Amir to bench test then do a Tear down inspection as well. Amp is projected to ship directly to Amir around Mid-September. Will be the first Hypex Nc502mp tested by Amir.
I have several times posted my subjective opinion and observations. Do a search of this thread by my user name. You should find a few.Very nice gesture for the community! Have you posted your impressions/review of your first amp? If so, I'd like to read it. Thanks
Does that include the 6-channel Amp Adam is purchasing that Amir is going to test?
Rick "looking forward to that test as a probable future buyer" Denney