If anyone's interested, while doing some scripting on my system, I whipped up a quick little utility to control your JVC projector over your network from your windows PC. It's a quick command line utility that allows you to pass in the 2 digit remote control code and it will send it via network commands. List of all commands are included in the download file as well as source code.
You can download it here if you want it: http://www.hifiandtheater.com/jvccon...p-control-app/
Run from command line passing the 2 digit command to execute.
Example: to switch to USER1:
Connect your projector to the network and enter its IP address into the
file JvcControlIp.txt which should be in the same folder as JvcControl.exe.
For help connecting your projector to your network see the manual. But
it’s advised to set the projector to a static IP address or assign it a
static IP in the router’s DHCP routing table. Verify connection to the
projector in command prompt using “ping” command. If you cannot ping
the projector, then you cannot communicate with it.
ping 192.168.1.10 <– for example.
There is no error checking. If you don’t specify command, nothing will happen.
If you specify garbage for a command, garbage gets sent to the projector and
who knows what happens.
The command list is for the RS1000/N5, RS2000/N7, RS3000/NX9 but JVC hasn’t switch
command codes in ages only adds them. So if your projector supports the function,
the code should work.