Any feedback? Also how easy is it to incorporate a trigger (coming from processor) in the amp?...
available from -http://www.siliconray.com/mechanical/enclosures/re4310w-430x100x330-aluminum-enclosure.html
its 17"x 4" x 13" and would easily accommodate lots of nCores.
as to the remote trigger, you could leave the switching power supplies controlled by a main switch, and use a remote trigger (usually 12vdc) to control a relay that would ground the nAMP line(s) to turn the amps on.
Edit: You could route the nAMP lines through a 3 position switch, with one position 'ON' connecting the nAMP lines to ground, the second to 'OFF' floating the nAMP lines, and the 3rd position 'Remote' controling those lines through the relay and above. That 2nd position 'OFF' is quite useful, in that it a flick away from either flanking operating position, allowing you to shut down the amps only to change amp connections. The power supplies would still be controlled through the main on-off switch, and when nominally on, consuming idle losses of 5 watts per SMPS600 supply. [Its also possible to put the power supplies themselves in 'standby' mode, but more complicated]