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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldmics View Post
    Cooky 1257 is correct.

    My earliest experiences with XTA was on Turbo and then with E.A.W processers.

    These early units were rebadged XTA "one trick ponys".

    At the L"Acoustics factory during V Dosc training I again ran across another batch of rebadged XTA which I just found out (spoke to the factory rep tile) were prototype "one trick ponys" for a bunch of their products.

    I made the assumption that all of XTAs rebadged stuff was "one trick".

    The rep didnt even know about the Tannoy XTA gear.

    Guess you cant know all of the stuff out there.

    I do thank Cooky 1257 for enlightning me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Caldwell View Post
    If you want one button power convenience there are power sequencers available. the power switches on the components are left on and each component is plugged into a switched outlet on the sequencer unit. Furman has a few to chose from.


    Mike Caldwell
    Power on, and power off, sequencer? Is this a device that can be patched into any electrical device to power on in programmed sequence that is if a user has many electrical devices in the sound system chain?

    If so how mach?

    Thanks.

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    The Furman units and others like them have a series of outlets that are controlled to turn on in a 1, 2, 3 sequence and turn off in the reverse sequence 3, 2, 1. You can also get various external modules for more outlets and ac circuits. Depending on model there around $300 to $400 here in the US. I have used many of them for installed sound systems.

    Here is the link to the Furman website and the power sequencer section http://www.furmansound.com/product.p...01&id=PS-8R_II

    Mike Caldwell

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    I like the look of it.



    Furman PS-8R II POWER CONDITIONER/SEQUENCER isnít coming under Google UK product search, I guess this is US model.

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    They may not have a UK version for 220/240 power. I'll do a little
    checking into it.

    Mike Caldwell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Caldwell View Post
    They may not have a UK version for 220/240 power. I'll do a little
    checking into it.

    Mike Caldwell
    Cheers, Mike, because Iím sure there must be an international model available.

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    Here is the Furman link to the 220/240 volt products.
    http://www.furmansound.com/product.p...id=PL-PLUSE_II


    Mike Caldwell

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    Sequencing

    I've been using the Furman sequencer in a recording studio application for a few years and it's been reliable. Using 3 stage powerup/down wired to a key switch. (Literally, a key is inserted and turned like an ignition switch to actuate turn on and off sequences. Eliminated the nasty pops.

    Use that in conjuction with:
    http://www.furmansound.com/product.p...01&id=IT-20_II

    Plus one of their ups units for the computer.

    I think their stuff is good.

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