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October 26, 2006


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According to - - it seems like some devices can use AS MUCH off as on, but I don't see anything about it using MORE. I guess if you aren't using it that often (like my DVD player) all the idle power adds up.

I will definitely look into this. I wonder how nice it will play with my Harmony remote. I also want to make sure things like Tivo have the ability to tape shows with the cable box on, when I'm not at home. I'd expect that if they are controlled to have no power, Tivo wouldn't work.

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