Where did you land on graphics for your 990?They're from an iRule setup.
The 990 has an LCD screen. With an RFX-250 RF receiver and MRF-350 base station, you should be in good shape. That's the setup I have and responsiveness is excellent. Really like this remote.There was talk at the beginning of the thread that the screen on the 990 was an OLED, is it or is it an LCD?
I've had a "universal remote" before. Years ago I had the Sony RM-AV2000. It got unweidly to operate. Then I got a Denon receiver and just used it for TV control and the PS3 controller for Blu-rays. I've now got an Nvidia Shield and a Flirc I'm trying to program. I'm thinking it's time to make the jump from separate remotes to a true universal remote.
I've heard there are issues with Harmonys regarding high latency on button pushes. I want something that's instant. Here's what I'd like to control. Can you tell me if the 990 is the right fit?
Denon AVR-3312CI (has serial control,currently main zone, but would like to use the other two)
Sony 2015 TV (He serial control. I hate this thing. Awful banding and slow menu/Android TV)
Sony PS3 (no adapters yet, any recommendations for control including Power?)
nVidia Shield 2018 (I've got the Flirc, just need time to program)
Xfinity HD DVR Cable Box (temp)
Xantec IR Repeater DL85K
I'd like to move to RF control, so I guess that means a base station with the IR output. I don't want macros that are programmed to be lost if someone doesn't have the remote pointed at the IR eye constantly. All my equipment is in a rack in the basement, which is why I have the IR extender. Any thoughts or ideas you folks could provide would be helpful. I do have the CCP software and updated it last night and see the 990 as an option. Thanks!!
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Yes, I got frustrated with connecting my 980 & upgraded to a 990. I migrated the same CCP over and the 990 "just works" when plugging it into the USB.