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post #10591 of 11255
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Originally Posted by BPlayer View Post

I do not currently have access to the software, but it is under Devices (for the phantom skip device), Adjust power delays (or something similar).

I will just keep looking around. Didn't notice anything for it earlier.

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post #10592 of 11255
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Originally Posted by flashman03 View Post


Where do you change this value in the software? I only see a general inter-key delay which is set to 100. Is that what you adjusted?

device -> settings -> adjust the delays -> inter-key delay

post #10593 of 11255
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Originally Posted by LastButNotLeast View Post

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Originally Posted by flashman03 View Post


Where do you change this value in the software? I only see a general inter-key delay which is set to 100. Is that what you adjusted?

device -> settings -> adjust the delays -> inter-key delay


So that is the only one to change. I found it but wasn't sure as the other member said they had an individual key to change.

On the plus side, I am getting a $40 refund from this company after I escalated to a PayPal dispute for their terrible service on my refurb. I can't complain now for needing to clean it for $90.

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post #10594 of 11255

I've been using these too long.

 

I was about to sit down to lunch and thought it would be nice to listen to some internet music while I was eating. Unfortunately, I had just put my Harmony on the base to recharge, and I wanted to leave it there.

 

It took me a full minute to realize that I could walk over to my AVR, physically push the power button and turn the knobs to get the music playing. Yes, it worked.

 

D'oh!

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post #10595 of 11255
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Originally Posted by LastButNotLeast View Post

I've been using these too long.

I was about to sit down to lunch and thought it would be nice to listen to some internet music while I was eating. Unfortunately, I had just put my Harmony on the base to recharge, and I wanted to leave it there.

It took me a full minute to realize that I could walk over to my AVR, physically push the power button and turn the knobs to get the music playing. Yes, it worked.

D'oh!
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I think we have all searched for the remote instead of just going to our equipment and doing it the old school way. At least I don't need a fork to change the channel. Now that's real old school.
post #10596 of 11255
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Originally Posted by raskyred View Post

I'm wondering, I just figured out how to add my Klipsch RW-12D to "My Devices" on my Harmony. Any benefit / use to being able to control the subwoofer with the remote? Also, I'm expecting delivery of my second RW-12D today - how will the remote handle the fact that there are 2 of the same sub?

Thanks smile.gif


I have 2 RW-12D's the only time I change anything on them with the remote is when going from Punch mode for music to Depth mode for movies. not sure where you have the 2 subs located but if they are close enough together it will probally control them both at the same time. Otherwise just aim it towards each one and make whatever change you need.
post #10597 of 11255
Is there a way to reorder the devices? I hate that I need to go through 3 pages to find the single device that I need.
Also I find it a little odd that you can't change the order in which devices change inputs. Just little things I know. But otherwise I'm real happy with the remote.
post #10598 of 11255

They stay in the order you add them, so the only way to reorder them is to delete them and re-add them in the order you want.

Yup, PITA.

I don't understand the second question. Can you give an example?

post #10599 of 11255
Just when everything is starting up. Seems like it would be better if all the video stuff changed first and then the audio changed over. My setup has a matrix switch and it is the last thing to change inputs. It takes a second or two to show the next input. Or if a AV reciever takes a second or so to actually get the sound to the speakers after changing inputs. Hope that makes sense:) Not a biggie though
post #10600 of 11255

activity -> settings -> review the order in which devices are powered on.

 

That it?

post #10601 of 11255
Found that. But it doesn't allow you to set what device to change the input on first. For example, I can turn my matrix on very first but no matter what it is the last device to change inputs.
post #10602 of 11255

device -> settings -> adjust the delays -> power on delay

 

Sounds like it's taking a long time to "warm up." Try reducing this delay until it doesn't work, then increase it slightly until it does.

post #10603 of 11255
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Originally Posted by Den85 View Post

Is there a way to reorder the devices? I hate that I need to go through 3 pages to find the single device that I need.

As to this, why don't you just put that command on the first page of soft buttons?

Or use one of the buttons you don't use for anything else (the two next to zero come to mind).

I use the Prev button for my TV's day/night toggle, for example.

post #10604 of 11255
Ya for sure. Just the little things that kinda bug me:)
post #10605 of 11255
Hi, going to purchase the Logitech IR Extender System. Wonder if the sticking emitters from my 890 will work if I get a y-cable?
post #10606 of 11255
Hi,
I have a new receiver coming next week and I'm wondering the easiest way to incorporate the new receiver into all my activities. It's the same brand (Denon) as my old receiver so I believe some if not most of the buttons would be the same. I've also got a bunch of sequences installed which all use my old receiver. Is there an easy way to swap receivers with the One?\
Since the receiver is at the heart of every activity I'm hoping I don't have to start from scratch.
Thanks
post #10607 of 11255
After defining my new Denon as two devices (Main zome and Zone 2), I added them to all the activities as required. Next step is to update the sequences to use the new receiver codes, and finally remove the old Denon from the activities. When all is well you can delete the old receiver from Devices.

You may also find that there are missing discrete commands for the receiver, and they can be added one at a time using this procedure:
http://www.avforums.com/forums/remote-controls/1510519-guide-getting-pronto-hex-codes-into-your-harmony-remote.html
post #10608 of 11255
BPlayer,
Thanks for the advice. After thinking about it, I'll probably keep my old receiver in the program so that I can swap back and forth. I don't use zones, all 11 speakers will be used in the main zone so I won't have to set mine up as 2 separate receivers.
post #10609 of 11255
Then you should define duplicate activities, keeping the old one for the old receiver, and defining new ones for the new receiver. New sequences will have to be defined with the new receiver.
post #10610 of 11255
The thing is I want to import some buttons from the 3311 to the 4520 because the new receiver has lost a lot of the buttons that the 3311 had. I'm not sure how to do that and I haven't fooled around with the "One" in about a year so I'll have to reacquaint myself with the Harmony set up.
post #10611 of 11255
The cleanest way is to import them following the procedures (and utility) that I provided in my note. The alternatives are:
- do nothing and just use the old commands with the new receiver (until you find some missing commands)
- have both old and new receivers in the same Activity and set the old receive to always on (assuming that it is not used). This way the commands sent to the old receiver will be accepted by the new receiver
- teach the missing command from the old receiver to a learning remote, and then user that remote to teach the Harmony One those commands.

I would opt for the cleanest way, but I am a purist.
post #10612 of 11255
Again, thanks for your help. I'll try all of your suggestions when I get the new AVR.
post #10613 of 11255
I'm having a problem changing the "Watch TV" activity to correctly use the cable box to change the volume. Although the cable box is one of the components I assigned to that activity, and is used to change channels, the only options available for changing the volume are the two receivers I have in the system, the projector and the Apple TV?
post #10614 of 11255
Where are you trying to change the Volume settings and are you using the software, members, or Harmony web site?

When I go into customization for an activity and customize buttons, there is a selections of devices used in that activity and then any command available to that activity can be selected.
post #10615 of 11255
Thanks! That resolved it.
post #10616 of 11255
It is never correct to change the volume on the cable box. You need to change the volume on the device that's connected to your speakers.
post #10617 of 11255
Is, that is the cable box. I only use the AV receiver and surround sound system when watching a movie from Blu-ray Apple TV or Roku. I have powered speakers connected to the cable box for just watching TV.
post #10618 of 11255
It might be more convenient, but it still isn't right. Even your power speakers need a one optimum input level to perform best with the right SNR and no clipping. Overdriving and underdriving (if that is a word) the input is not the right way to control any sort of amplifier.
post #10619 of 11255
Hi,
I have 2 issues I'm hoping to get some help on.
First is all of a sudden I have to log into the desktop Harmony software every time I make a change. I have the "keep me logged in" box checked but even after 10 minutes I'll have to reenter my info. It's a nuisance. Any way to fix that?
Secondly, I've replaced my receiver, is there an easy way of migrating my new receiver into all of my existing activities and keeping the same settings? I'd also like to keep my previous receiver in the activities as well because I can still use some buttons from the old unit that the new unit does not have but will still recognize (both receivers are the same brand)?
I tried BPlayer's suggestions but I'm not able to get the new unit into my existing activities.
Thanks for any suggestions
post #10620 of 11255
Something changed at Harmony at the beginning of the year and the userid is not remembered. No workaround.

Nothing has changed about adding you new receives since you asked 5 days ago. Same answers/suggestions.
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