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  1. Controlling a PC in C4

    Don't know if this will work for you or not, but we've used it in the past. http://www.houselogix.com/shop/houselogix-windows-control
  2. Control4 - Sonos - Seamless Integration?

    True but for many folks they have 10-15 playlists they listen to regularly. You can obviously select these via Control4. If you listen to a different playlist all of the time then maybe Sonos isn’t for you. Even then the Sonos, Spotify, and pandora apps are far better at finding music then the Control4 app. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Control4 - Sonos - Seamless Integration?

    I’m still a Sonos fan and would recommend it to everyone. Their rate of development far outpaces Control4 and they have more available services. The integration, while limited, isn’t a big issue. I’ve got Sonos, Heos, Control4, and Mirage Media Server. Of them all Sonos is the clear winner. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Sonos software update

    I’m having no issue with Sonos and while I don’t use the old driver I am using the new version and it to works fine. Alexa and google integration with Sonos has also been a nice add and one my home uses a ton. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Wiring help

    This is a 7 year old thread.... Best bet to get an answer would be to call manufacturer - Mustang 247/365 Product Help line is here to help 866-395-0370.
  6. Wiring a new house

    I think it absolutely is and I'd want it either big enough to pull extra or a second empty for future proof.
  7. Wiring a new house

    Network Cable to all TV locations, at least two. Cat6 will be sufficient. Last project I just finished we ran a total of three cat6 to each TV location, one of them was shielded. Everything was sent back to the basement equipment room. If your doing the work remember to take your time and review current and potential locations you'll need things, write all this info out, plan the routes and then double check everything again. Once you've double checked locations, wire needs, routes, etc then start the labor portion, take your time, and label everything. All of this is a pain in the ass, even when its just a stick shell, but pays off in the end.
  8. Wiring a new house

    I'd hire a top notch CI firm to work all of that out in an 8000 sqft new home. It's money well spent. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. EdgeRouter PoE

    CloudKey ftw, it just works.... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Blue seems to be the color of choice for this sort of stuff. Samsung has new stoves and cooktops that are wifi connected so you can check if you stuff is on. The dials light up red and or blue. Outside of the things already mentioned don't know of many other options, I've look myself for outdoor kitchen and firepit area. Do have to ask, do you find that your forgetful and tend to leave your stove burners on? Another option if its a safety concern would be to go with an induction cooktop, then you have zero safety issues.
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  12. Have your plumber put in an electronically controlled gas valve. This would be hooked to a relay on your C4. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. In wall lcr

    Yes need a good plaster guy. They are absolutely invisible, 100%. I think they need a sub which is not invisible. I can take a photo of my paint matched Triad Subs if you want to see those. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. In wall lcr

    Why do you not want back boxes? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. In wall lcr

    Budget, size room, use (theater room vs family room) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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