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  1. Wow. If you don't mind my asking, what went wrong?
  2. I'm looking forward to seeing how the driver works. Thanks for developing it.
  3. Yeah, I can have him install the driver.
  4. I'm not, but can update to it tonight.
  5. Can't wait to try this out.
  6. Ordered mine this afternoon. Looking forward to it. Did you get one turls?
  7. The drive for the 1120 can be found on Anthem's website under remote codes: Here is a direct link to the driver: I previously used an older driver (the one vstar linked above) and can say that this one works a lot more reliably for me.
  8. Here is where the IR bud is placed on mine.
  9. Awesome. Thank ya much Cyknight.
  10. I agree with @Gix656. I can't imagine going back to a time without the light switches. With the ability to add extra functionality to them they are super useful. I personally don't see a real use for the music bridge. I have all my music available on the network and supplement that with Rhapsody. I prefer to use a combination of my phone, remote or light switch to do anything that I'd do with the in wall touch screens. It is nice to have your security system integrated. I have a button on the keypad by my bed programmed to turn the house off and set the alarm. I also have door locks integrated which works really well with that.
  11. I haven't had any problems with mine either. I checked and am on the latest firmware.
  12. It is so nice to finally be able to listen to a full song on Rhapsody again.
  13. The article mentions geo-location services with their driver/app. Has that been available for android devices before?
  14. They did. The receivers/controllers are listed with the following drivers: Sony STR-DA2800ES-U[baseDriver]Sony Sony-HCReceiver-2800Sony STR-DA5800ES-U[baseDriver]Sony Sony-HCReceiver-5800