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      08-18-2011, 10:28 AM   #4
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Glad that all worked out for you...

The LC2i is not the only signal sensing circuit that fails with the OEM amp woofer outputs of the Individual Audio. I have tested several passive LOC with signal sensing and all fail as well. I have not analized the OEM woofer signal outputs in detail however it seems to me like there is only a signal when a bass note hits and no "hiss" at all in between.

That "hiss" voltage level is what triggers the signal sensing circuits. This issue is not present in any other BMW OEM amp -Logic7 or HiFi amp in the E60- where the remote turn on signal is triggered right after opening a door (OEM amp turn on by opening a door or trunk by design) and no music playing at all.
does it have to be triggered by the sub outputs?
or is the voltage on the fronts/center/rears too weak?
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