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Sleep mode?
#1
Several firmware updates were made recently.   Do phantoms go to sleep mode now?   How to verify this?
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#2
It doesn't seem they do in my case. After reading your post I've touched (backside) them to verify if they were slightly warm as usual  and they are.
Devices :
2 Gold Phantoms (previously 2 Silver) + Dialog - Denon DCD-SD/300 -
Project Essential II Digital equipped with Ortofon 2M Blue,
Accessories :
Tree, Cocoon.

Lyon - France
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#3
(20-Apr-2017, 06:28)Jean-Claude Wrote: It doesn't seem they do in my case. After reading your post I've touched (backside) them to verify if they were slightly warm as usual  and they are.

You have to press the button on the rear for at least 6-8 sec until you hear a noise. Then you have switched them to sleep mode. To wake them up from sleep a short press of the same button is required. In sleep mode they are getting cold and the noise from inside stops.
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(20-Apr-2017, 06:35)Taucher669 Wrote:
(20-Apr-2017, 06:28)Jean-Claude Wrote: It doesn't seem they do in my case. After reading your post I've touched (backside) them to verify if they were slightly warm as usual  and they are.

You have to press the button on the rear for at least 6-8 sec until you hear a noise. Then you have switched them to sleep mode. To wake them up from sleep a short press of the same button is required. In sleep mode they are getting cold and the noise from inside stops.

You are turning them off by pressing the button for 6-8 seconds and then turning on when you need to.  I was asking about auto-sleep on-off  mode.  I checked since my post and they stay warm and don't go to sleep mode overnight. This is probably shortening the life-span of phantoms and wasting energy as well.
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(20-Apr-2017, 23:17)sekriT Wrote:
(20-Apr-2017, 06:35)Taucher669 Wrote:
(20-Apr-2017, 06:28)Jean-Claude Wrote: It doesn't seem they do in my case. After reading your post I've touched (backside) them to verify if they were slightly warm as usual  and they are.

You have to press the button on the rear for at least 6-8 sec until you hear a noise. Then you have switched them to sleep mode. To wake them up from sleep a short press of the same button is required. In sleep mode they are getting cold and the noise from inside stops.

You are turning them off by pressing the button for 6-8 seconds and then turning on when you need to.  I was asking about auto-sleep on-off  mode.  I checked since my post and they stay warm and don't go to sleep mode overnight. This is probably shortening the life-span of phantoms and wasting energy as well.
... they ever did that since I got my first Phatom end of 2015.
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#6
Dear Devialet,

You put out great hardware but super crappy software that runs on them. It is not a too difficult to write a code to make phantoms go to sleep and wake up when the music is resumed. They are running 7/24 non-stop. Give phantoms a brake!

Respectfully.
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#7
I've never checked myself with something like a Kill-A-Watt, but it was said that the standby power usage is about 40W (https://devialetchat.com/showthread.php?tid=1144). Wish it could be closer to 0W on principle, but mine has been stayed on for ages without any apparent ill effect.
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#8
If this is exact, it means a pair uses around 750Kw / year !
This is quite the same as what you use for your dish machine working 250 X a year as well as your washing machine...

Impressive !
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