Does the Denon 3802 have a 12V trigger?

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  1. Ken Leggatt

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    If it does that is great, if not how do you turn on an external amp remotely? Is there some kind of adapter one can get to do this? Please let me know.
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  2. Steve Schick

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    NO, it does not.
    There are devices that have a relay that plugs into the 120v outlets in the back of the receiver, when it senses current, it sends out a 12v signal.
    Sorry, I don't have the time to search for it, try searching the internet
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    You can use pretty much any "wall wart" power supply that outputs 12VDC. Some amplifiers have a range(for example 5-12V) that will turn it on and off so you may not need exactly 12V.
     

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