Dreadnaught trigger - HELP - please

I am using a Dreadnaught I, and need to remotely turn in on and off. The problem is that I am not using other Theta gear, and the trigger operates on a momentary 5-12V pulse rather that a continuous 5-12V like most other trigger operated devices.

Has anyone come up with an elegant solution for this?

I thought I was being real trick by building an IR switcher from Ramsey electronics [the ICI1 - http://www.ramseyelectronics.com/cgi-bin/commerce.exe?preadd=action&key=ICI1C] that operates four relays via IR remote signal. With this you can choose toggle operation or momentary, so I have options. This switcher works great, but for some reason the amp won't change in/out of standby when using it. I successfully use it to turn on and off a 7” lcd monitor that is in my equipment closet though, so if it doesn’t work out for the Dreadnaught, it isn’t a total waist.

I have had success turning it on and off with a simple wall wart, and plugging it into the other end of the trigger cable that is plugged into the Dreadnaught. But this is not a very nice solution, and certainly one that my wife won't reliably be able to do.

Please help. Thanks.
I have the Enterprise monoblocks and have the same problem. I spoke to Theta and they offered two solutions. Number one for a charge of $100 they will modify the amp so that it is continuous and will work with other equipment. If you don't want to do that there is an external box that switches from pulse to continuous but it must be modified and will cost almost $100 to do as well. I spoke to John Bayloff at Theta for this info. You might want to give him a call.
John has been super helpful and sometimes painfully honest to me in the past. I called over there, but I didn't leave a message since I am all over the place lately. I did not want to waist his time by having him call me when I couldn't take the call.

I did speak to my local dealer and they suggested the Xantech 599-00. It does exactly what I am looking for, and is probably the external solution that Theta told you about.

I hate having yet another external box/gizmo, but I'll give it a try anyway to keep from having to send out my amp.

Thanks for the heads up.