I've been interested in RS232 functionality for awhile now and haven't yet began to research it (mostly as my 3yr old is so demanding!) What is required to get everything functioning together like that? I believed it all worked through your av amplifier naively but this isn't the case now I found as you need some kind of controller.
Question is which kind and where can I pick one up and learn to program irule?
Sure would save me some money breaking away from a control4 system.
I am far from the best person to comment much more on iRule as i've just scratched the surface and have a lot to learn. In my particular case, all of my devices were IP controllable except my oppo. I have a Sony tablet with the iRule app that controls everything else directly through IP. For the oppo, I have a GC itach that converts IP signals from the tablet to IR signals to control the oppo. Now that i can control everything, i need to learn how get more out of and customize iRule.
Good luck in your research.
I can't seem to get my SI BD LED panel to control anything. Luckily, my xperia tablet has an IR port that easily learned the LED codes and works perfectly.
Lot's of testing left but iRule seems to work quite well so far.
Side note: After talk of the whiskey/lemonade combo, I'm thirsty now. Guess I'll have to pour one on my way to the golf course!
Pain, let me know what you think of your first whiskey lemonade. This may be a good place to start...
My setup includes:
1. Synology Diskstation ds213j;
2. Western Digital 3TB hd (x2);
3. Samsung external BD writer (returned and replaced by the much faster Asus external BD writer);
4. MakeMVK software;
5. Mede8er med600x3d
Everthing is connected through my home network via ethernet. The Mede8er is playing through HDMI. Here are some of the pics I took during the build:
Synology ds213j and Western Digital 3TB hds
Mede8er med600x3d media player
Samsung external BD writer
The Mede8er has a title scraper that organizes the movies and shows them as posters
Access from a touch of a button to about 200 BD movies in full surround is very cool. So far, I've used about 5TB out of 6TB capacity so of course I agree with early advice that I should have gone larger to start. But, the neat thing about the Synology is that I can easily add another one for more storage. HOOray MOOvies!
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