My Raspberry Pi has a USB serial adapter on it connected to the Lumagen serial port (though you could use the USB port too I believe, but I have that connected to my PC for calibration duties). So direct connection to the Lumagen. I use IP connections to the Receiver (and also to my projector - JVC X7900 - and screen masks controller).oh this is awesome.. anyone out there want to do this for the arcam?
So quick question, how is this connected? a bit confused on what's connected to what and how you inject the data into the lumagen as I don't recall it having ether
This script was just an example to prove the concept. I'm going to integrate it with the rest of my control script that switches projector modes and deals with screen masking from auto-aspect.
I did have an Arcam prior to the NAD, just never got round to doing it. The lack of volume OSD never really bothered me that much, but actually having got it working nowI might well keep it. I see there are further options to set the colour and blend value of the messages, so I'm going to play with them later, as it is nice to be able to see this info but not have it jump out at you.