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  1. A very dated TCP control protocol guide I found for them does not specify any audio control, but does list the video modes as @msgreenf mentioned. https://www.tivo.com/assets/images/abouttivo/resources/downloads/brochures/TiVo_TCP_Network_Remote_Control_Protocol.pdf
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    iOS 12 Remote Issues

    iPhone 8 Plus, no Control4 app or Composer Express app issues here on iOS 12 - either locally or remotely.
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    OS2.10.4

    Amazon Music works nicely, I'll actually get some use out of it now which isn't a bad thing. As @msgreenf said, it doesn't require Unlimited - works just fine with the included service level with Amazon Prime.
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    OS2.10.4

    Exactly - just a regular old switch that is meant to blend in with Control4 switches/dimmers/keypads
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    OS2.10.4

    I mean, the EA-1's are technically more powerful than the HC800's - dual core processors and double the RAM.
  6. I'll probably switch back to the Roku now. I mostly use the AppleTV anyways, and I always liked the speed of the Roku over the FireTV anyways. Sorry, FireTV... out you go!
  7. Apple TV IP driver works fine with the current Apple TV's.
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    Spotify Connect in 2.10

    No persistence required. Once playback is started, the phone/tablet is really only acting as a remote control. The stream is between the Control4 controller and Spotify.
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    Spotify Connect in 2.10

    HC-250 running as director, does not support Spotify Connect. This is the setup at my parents and Spotify Connect does not work there due to the 250. HC-800 running as director, does support Spotify Connect. I'm running this at my house.
  10. I look forward to whatever might come out of this announcement. Also, can we stop whining about the intercom app that was never given an official release date everywhere? It's insufferable.
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    PTRG Smart Home Monitor

    I didn't have documentation of the MIB/OID documentation. PRTG figured out that it was a basic Linux system, so no SNMP walking was necessary to get it all working. This was true of other monitoring systems I've worked with in the past - Zenoss, Naigoss, etc.
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    PTRG Smart Home Monitor

    Yes, the monitoring is via SNMP. Most of Control4's stuff has SNMP enabled and using default community strings so a simple network scan in any network monitoring tool will find the Control4 IP devices on your network (controllers, speaker points, etc).
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    PTRG Smart Home Monitor

    PRTG has offered a free version of their product for up to 100 sensors for several years. It works well, I use it to keep an eye on Control4 controllers CPU & memory utilization, my router, switch ports of importance, my NAS, etc. Yes - it runs on Windows only.
  14. It is a relatively new product (I forget when exactly it was released...). You would need 2 of them for 2 garage doors.
  15. Correct, it does not use a battery. I am now using the Z2IO for my garage door relay and contact sensor, it replaced an old HC300 I was previously using to do the same thing. Works just fine and have not had any issues with it in the 6-8 months I've had it setup.
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