My 755 has been a great amp. Almost 10 years old now and it still sounds amazing. My trigger turn on circuit is giving me problems however, and im almost 100% sure the 3mm mono socket on back of the 755 is the problem. Fitment, when inserting the cable is loose, as if the contacts inside have relaxed and only touch intermittently. I know the circuit needs to be satisfied all the time, or it powers off. I have 5.5 volts coming out of the trigger ports of my 976 and Outlaw support says that is sufficient. Ive tested this voltage supply from the 976 and it remains constant.
I either need to repair this socket or eliminate the turn on circuit.
Anyone have experience with this issue ?
I see there was discussion about this about 4 years ago, but no resolution was posted !
Double drywalled, "Green Glue" treated Theater
GIK acoustic treatment
Epson 8700UB Projecting on a 135" Seymour XD Audio transparent screen
Outlaw 976 Processor
Outlaw 755 amp for Center and all four surrounds
Adcom GFA 555II for Main L & R channels
Behringer EP4000 for two homemade subs
Outlaw Ultra X13 for REAL Sub Bass !
OPPO BDP103, Marantz CD63SE, Denon DP300F
2 Adcom ACE515s for AC current treatment
Newport Theater Director for AC distribution.
Speakers are all built by myself utilizing Dynaudio Drivers
Second room: Yamaha receiver, Musical fidelity X10D tubes, Carver C9 holographic pro.