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5V power for USB feed on beomaster5500?

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tiwang
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tiwang posted on Wed, Feb 8 2017 8:29 PM

hi out there

I have added a chromecast audio as "tape"- and want this to be turned/powered when I turn on the 5500 -ideally would be when I activate "tape" but I can live with that it turns on when I turn on the 5500

It is powered by a USB cabel

Where would you suggest that I pull out the power for this on the 5500?

 

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StKong
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tiwang:

hi out there

I have added a chromecast audio as "tape"- and want this to be turned/powered when I turn on the 5500 -ideally would be when I activate "tape" but I can live with that it turns on when I turn on the 5500

It is powered by a USB cabel

Where would you suggest that I pull out the power for this on the 5500?

br /tiwabng

Very interestjng. I am following.
kallasr
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A master slave portable socket outlet might be another approach....

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tiwang
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Hmm please tryk to Explain this a bit more in detail - I intended just to pullout 5v somewhere from the 5500 which could supply enough power when turned on but if a more flexible solution could be implemented?  

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Beold replied on Wed, Feb 8 2017 9:36 PM

I agree with Kallasr - a "strømspare-stikdåse" would do the trick. The 5500 would be master and the chromecast would be slave and turn on when the 5500 starts using power.

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leosgonewild
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Why do you want it to turn on and off? It is a device that is supposed to be in at all times.

What I do is that I have a audio feed going to the chromecast at all times, and simply turn my audio master on and off.
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