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  1. Totally agree that there are good diy options, but none of them are as all encompassing as control4. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Are you really trying to ask us if a new startup, aka vapor ware is a better solution than control4? I do like the brilliant stuff, I have seen the samples, but it lives within a confined box not even 5 percent the size of control4, and many of the integrations are cloud dependent. So tell me how much you trust it if many of the dependency’s are all the companies maintaining there current cloud apis? Good luck. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. What genie are you using, on have seen where HR44’s change there MAC address and this don’t follow reservation rules. This is due to them having two nics, an Ethernet and a deca. I replaced the Ethernet connection with a deca adapter on my clients with these to resolve the ip issue. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I highly doubt that will ever happen, why would you want this vs the internet version? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Your problem is most likely that your router doesn’t support hairpin NAT, or loopback. So when you use the wan address on lan, the router doesn’t turn is want address request back around to its local interface. Changeing the ips Or unchecking The publically available box likely does nothing without a navigator refresh. Your best bet is using a wan address and checking publically available, and then trying to get your router to behave. One way to do this is to add a dns entry that resolves the homes ddns name as the NVR’s IP address. This of course assumes that you are using a ddns serv
  6. Its on the right side above the technicolor or cisco label. A flashlight should indeed reveal the reciever. I just walked a client through relocating it, and I too wish there was a photo online, I will try to post one when I can.
  7. No offense, but your building a new house and you want to mix and match wireless technologies? Take a step back and rethink that... I don't care if you choose one infrastructure or the other (although c4 obviously integrates with c4 better, and doesn't have the 30ish device limit...). But on a new build, pick one technology and do it right... just my two cents. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Zector is also great! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. The sound quality is also highly dependent on the source. Sonos is 16 BIT, although they have every music service imagineable, Control4 is 24 BIT, but with limited music services. I would recommend that you decide what services you want to use, and if you use "dummy" amps, you will need a matrix. My preference is still: C4-EA Controller, with NAS for local music, Napster, Pandora, and TuneIN. Video-Storm CMX plus NAB, for matrix, airplay(much better airplay than c4 native, tough to set up, but full cover art, volume control, and volume limit options) and additional lms streams
  10. Every device you mention here with exception of the HUE, is worthless without a cloud connection... no offense, but as an "IT" guy, why on earth would you drink that kool-aid? Imho, an automated home, is one that will continue to work when the internet is down. Also though, for what it's worth, you could get a dealers help on making your stuff work (well you would want at least an HC250, and ditch the media controller). If you where to wire it all up, remote setup would be a breeze, and management could be done via the home edition software. Best of lu
  11. You guys are the best! Can't wait to try all of this, been busy, but reaching out soon. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. That's odd, mine fit no issue. You may want to losen the products above and below and get out the pry bar to get those rack rails back to spec? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. It works great as a retrofit too. The backbox is optional. Basically back box makes it ported. Otherwise it is a sealed solution. Either way, it's the best one out there for in wall. Artisan makes some that come close, but I prefer this one. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. http://www.paradigm.com/products-current/model=rvc-12sq/page=overview Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Guys, I have heard almost all of the subwoofers mentioned here. IMHO you have all missed the winner. The only in wall subwoofer I will use aside from my own ones that I build in a similar fashion (opposed woofers, orthogonal to the wall plane) is: Paradigm RVC12! Once you use this, you too won't use anything else. Especially if you can do it with the back-box (pre-construction). Yes Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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