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post #481 of 488 Old 04-28-2018, 12:33 PM
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I got the relay working by plugging into "Trigger 2".

I am elated, but why does Trigger 2 work and not Trigger 1?

Thanks again notnyt. Your design works great and I am sure will continue to serve my needs.
I know my Denon will let me customize each trigger out depending on which source is selected. Maybe trigger 1 is turned off for that source? Hope that helps.
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What do the experts think about this ?

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It uses these relays - HF115FD

The plan is to use five channels with one Powersoft M28Q on each.

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It uses these relays - HF115FD

The plan is to use five channels with one Powersoft M28Q on each.

Cheers,
Looks like it could work. It looks like they have much lower ratings with inductive loads, but those amps have a high pf. I wouldn't push the amps hard on it, as you'll be running it near the edge of its capabilities. What kind of enclosure are you going to put it in? What are you hooking up to the amps? That's a lot of channels.
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Custom made rack mount enclosure -



LCR - 3 x Procella P610 bi-amped
Sides - 4 x Procella P6
Rears - 2 x Procella P6
Balancing subs - 3 x Procella P10Si
Atmos - 4 x Procella P5iw

The main subs are on a separate circuit and won't be powered through this box.

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I should have added that I'll be using 220V.

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I should have added that I'll be using 220V.

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shouldn't be any problem then.

Do the M28s sound like little tornados like the other powersoft amps I've heard?
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Yes they do produce quite a bit of fan noise. You certainly wouldn't want them in your room.

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Just got mine done. I probably will spray bomb them black, and their done! Thanks for the design.
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