It's not possible because it has no IR/RF controls or triggering capability.
If you refer to our Generic design/build/install pages you'll find info about remotely triggering amps
My EP2500 was plugged directly into the wall with my Behringer FBQ2496, since no "protection" I bit the $$$ bullet and just ordered the PS-PRO II POWER CONDITIONER/SEQUENCER per your advice (my order from Parts Express.) www.parts-express.com/pe/pshowdetl.cfm?&Partnumber=248-754&scqty=1 This way, my FBQ2496 will turn on before the amp will, all triggered by 12v from my Denon. I've left the amp/FBQ2496 on more than once when everything else was shut down.
Sequencing The PS-PRO II Power Conditioner/Sequencers is capable of powering up a rack full of equipment in a 3- step delayed sequence. The sequence is reversed for power-down. The sequence can be initiated with either momentary or maintained switches, locally or remotely. A duplex outlet is provided for each delay step. A front panel screwdriver adjustment sets the delay time for the PS-PRO II. The PS-PRO II also features a locking switch with a removable key for maximum security. One or more Furman PS-PRO II's may be installed in remote locations and operated via low-voltage wiring. The PS-PRO II includes a rear mounted BNC jack which accepts any standard (12VAC, 0.5A) gooseneck lamp for rear rack illumination, as well as a front panel switch which controls the gooseneck’s operation.
Now having both line protection and auto on/off will be cool. Plus, I should be able to get rid of my AC ground loop "cheater plug" now.
LiFT (Linear Filtering Technology) Unfortunately, traditional AC filter/conditioners have been designed for unrealistic laboratory conditions. Prior technologies could actually harm audio and video performance more than they help, due to the resonant peaking of their antiquated, non-linear designs. Under certain conditions, these designs can actually add more than 10 dB of noise to the incoming AC line! Worse still, lost digital data, the need to reboot digital presets, or destroyed digital converters are frequently caused by excessive voltage spikes and AC noise contaminating the equipment ground. Furman’s SMP with LiFT takes another approach, ensuring optimal performance through linear filtering and no leakage to ground.
Mike R,P.E. Builder of "Usul" the IB dedicated basement room Home Theater subwoofer, flat to 10hz since 2009
I installed the Furman PS-PRO II - POWER CONDITIONER / SEQUENCER last night.
Bought a 6 foot 1/8" mono cable with plugs from Radio shack, $4. Plugged one end into my Denon AV 12 trigger 1, set-up in the Denon menu to turn trigger 1 on when zone 1 on.
Cut the other end, ground wire strands are just inside the black casing, connect those to ground, "active signal" wire has it's own insulation, strip that and connect to REM.
For some reason, must be default case for pro sound people on the road/go, default +12v will turn OFF the switched outlets. This means you have to take the top cover off and switch jumpers per the manual. I read that and kinda said to my self "hmm, let's first connect it and see", well yes default (for maintained switch) does turn off the switched outlets. So, I proceeded to below steps.
Picts showing the inside and after I moved the jumper connector.
Denon off, Furman off, EP2500 off. Denon on, Furman automatically goes on in sequence with EP2500 last, kinda cool. My only issue is when off the single green LED "blinks-blinks-blinks" to inform you power if off. I wish there was some way to turn off that feature.
or keep using the cheater plugs and once spring comes around really get my various items ground at same ground potential (if that's possible)
When building the home took these photos of elect service going into the home, they have these two ground rods tied together.
But not sure if this 3rd rod just around the garage corner near the service meter is tied to those other two rods or not, it should be. I'll run some copper to it just in case. My self installed OTA antenna ("free" HD since 2005) is grounded to this per code. My cable is Comcast cable is grounded nearer the home, I think to a H20 spigot, I'll also run that to the ground rod to see if same potential can be established. This might be affecting my other A/V devices on the home without me realizing it. Winter now, so a spring time job.