RSP-1098 Standby vs. Direct

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  • Jason Brown
    Member
    • Jan 2004
    • 45

    RSP-1098 Standby vs. Direct

    Hello
    In the last couple of months that I've owned my 1098, I've had a problem occur twice that I can't figure out. Today was the second time that when I went to power on the 1098 with the remote, it wouldn't respond. I then tried the front panel power button with the same results. Both times the remedy was to power off and then back on from the rear panel switch.

    In reading the manual for possible solutions, I noticed that I don't understand the difference between direct and standby, and in which case one would be desirable over the other. FWIW, I've had the unit in standby mode since I first set it up.

    Can anyone explain to me the differences better than the manual can?

    Thanks,
    Jason
  • whmacs
    Senior Member
    • Oct 2003
    • 184

    #2
    Hi Jason,
    I've seen similar behaviour once before on my RSP-1098. I put in into 'protect mode' by accidently shorting out a set of interconnects on the back (not a smart thing to do, so don't try this at home kids!). It would not power on via the remote or front button until I reset the unit by power cycling it. Maybe you have a short somewhere?

    cheers,
    Stephen




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