Now that i understand the question, i do turn it off the way you are suggesting. I press the red power switch (or the remote) and the system turns off and thepcgexcfo
Hi Bob... Thanks for posting about your MX-150 Control Center. Please accept my apologies for the delay in responding to your inquiry. It would seem that theremcintosh_group_moderator
I never removed power from the MC150 and used the standby when it was not in use and never had one issue - thinking that if McIntosh meant for power to bemike_sp4400
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