dinosaur Posted April 23, 2009 Share Posted April 23, 2009 My dealer suggested that we use both my HC300 and my HC500 to have dual navigators instead of having "navigator collisions" when two TVs are using the Navigator at the same time. He set it up so that it made logical sense as best as he could (I have a matrix switch on my system).The problem that occurred is that once the navigator was enabled on the HC500 (the HC300 was the only navigator prior to that), my system slowed down noticeably. I have a project that has around 30 dimmers, 4 switches, 10 keypads, audio switch, A/V switch, 12 rooms, 6 TVs, 4 thermostats, 3 touchscreens, 3 IP cameras, 6 remotes. The dealer calls it a 'big project' and is recommending that I get an HC1000 (big bucks!). He said that because the HC500 was running both the Director and the Navigator it was the cause for the slow down. He said the HC1000 would be used as the Director and the other two controllers would be used as Navigators.Any questions, suggestions or comments from the crowd? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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