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post #1 of 3 Old 10-28-2013, 09:30 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi All,
I was thinking about gettign a Pioneer receiveer and really like their App capibilty to control Zone 2, however if I use Pioneers App to control Zone 2 (will be in a different room) how will it affect the Ultimate? I have read in some places that you shouldn't indivdiually control some of your componets?

RF Setup- I have read multiple post and the Users guid and didn't see any RF setup information. Do you just put the emitters infront of the equipment the the hub accepts the RF signal from the Remote?

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If you turn things on/off and switch inputs with another remote (or app), it screws up harmony state tracking. Worst case, you have to use Help to recover. A PITA, but not a big deal. Since it sounds like you aren't doing any of that, you have nothing to worry about.

Anything you want to control via RF needs to be line of sight with the hub or a blaster. That's the only rule you need to remember.
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