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  1. Thanks , Pounce. I hadn't thought of that! I probably have one sitting around.
  2. Thanks! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  3. Thanks. So which should be the master, the HC-800 or the EA-3? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. The power supply in my HC-300 has given up the ghost, its power supply has been discontinued by its manufacturer and none are available through distribution, and I was unable to find a suitable drop-in replacement, so I was looking into my options. I can buy a used HC-300 on eBay and use its power supply or I can look to the future since the HC-300 is not supported on 2.10. My current setup is an HC-800 and an HC-300, running on 2.9.1, so maybe I should replace the HC-300 with an HC-250, or replace the HC-800 with an EA=3 and the HC-300 with the HC-800, or replace the HC-300 with an EA3. Any opinion as to the best option? Regardless, is there a publicly-accessible source of information that shows the first and last versions of the Control4 software that work with the various Controil4 hardware devices, including extended support (continues to be supported but no new software such as the Speaker Point)?
  5. My HC300's power supply has given up the ghost as well. I'll just buy an HC300 on eBay and cannibalize its power supply.
  6. My TV's firmware is up to date. I contacted Sony when the symptoms first appeared but since the TV is more than two years old it is out of warranty and Sony will only provide out-of-warranty service which is basically the community boards. Doing a Google search reveals lots of other people experiencing the same symptoms.
  7. I've been having the same problems with my XBR-75X850C for quite some time. I unplug the TV and plug it back in again and it works for a short amount of time and then vanishes from the network. I see the same symptoms regardless of whether Ethernet or Wi-Fi. It is the only device on the network that is having issues.
  8. I have had Control4 in my home for over 11 years and have had Simple Control since it was first released as Roomie Remote. Both are great products that I use every day. Cost aside, as I find both very cost-effective, a big benefit of the latter is that Simple Control allows me to make the changes I need to my system configuration to support my relatively frequent additions to and replacements of my home entertainment devices without involving my Control4 dealer and incurring the cost thereof, not to mention allowing me to add my own “drivers” for otherwise unsupported devices. Then again, most would consider my needs atypical. Henry Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. I have four collocated speaker points with which I am using audio streams sourced over the network, for which I assume the speaker points have some type of built-in decoder. Since it appears that the software on the speaker points is no longer being updated, I am concerned that they are going the way of my mini touch screens. I am considering replacing the speaker points with a Control4 matrix amplifier. If my assumptions regarding the speaker points are correct, do the Control4 matrix amplifiers have built-in decoders for each pair of channels like the speaker points, in which case the matrix amplifier would be a suitable replacement?
  10. I was hoping it is possible to route analog audio from the RCA jack audio input on my HC800, using the audio encoder in the HC800 (assuming such a thing exists), to speaker points around the house. If so, how would I get that audio input to show up as an available audio source in the various rooms with speaker points? If not, how could I do such a thing?
  11. Here in the U.S., those states that observe daylight savings time came off of it last Sunday. For some reason, the email notifications I receive from my Control4 system indicate that it still thinks it is daylight savings time. For example: From: control4_xxxxxx_yyyyyyyyyyy@alerts.my.control4.com Someone is at the front door. This event happened at : 11/8/2013 9:36 PM PDT Please do not reply to this email. It should, of course, say: From: control4_xxxxxx_yyyyyyyyyyy@alerts.my.control4.com Someone is at the front door. This event happened at : 11/8/2013 9:36 PM PST Please do not reply to this email. Does anyone have any idea how to fix it?
  12. I'm definitely looking forward to the new stuff, especially since it appears that the new 2.3.0 version of the Control4 MyHome iPad app will let me add devices without Composer.
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