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  1. The C4-HDBTEB is the receiver compatible with that switch. It shows still available for special order (basically only if you have the switch).
  2. No, he's not. He's saying you can create and edit lighting scenes from withing the C4 app for iPad. Composer HE does a lot more than lighting scenes.
  3. That touchscreen is fully supported in OS 2.9.
  4. An HC-200B will not respond to a USB restore, it has a built-in factory restore partition.
  5. C4 has a URTSI II rs232 driver.
  6. And, no, Control4 audio equipment does not have RS232 control.
  7. factory restore and load a backup of the project.
  8. This means the AMS is not talking to Director. Might be a network issue, might be a problem with the AMS, might not be identified correctly.
  9. There's no difference in the media tab capabilities between Composer Pro, Home, or Media editions.
  10. No, but the macros can be programmed to custom buttons, which can be viewed on the iOS app.
  11. This is correct. Release when you see amber LED.
  12. If you are also doing video distribution, a control4 hdmi matrix also has a built-in audio matrix. Depending on the sources and numbers, you MIGHT be able to eliminate this 16Z AMS.
  13. Your home is "connected". It is not "automated". Switching between 6 different apps to control your home isn't automation, Control4 can solve that, but it does require a dealer. The media controller is very old and not compatible with current software and drivers, and drivers for your connected devices are probably not compatible with the OS that the media controller can run.
  14. Right, the Sonos itself may work, but it's indeed the source of the issue. They do all sorts of special networking sauce that wreaks havoc on devices that try to operate normally.