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  1. Sometimes can be the order you start the rooms and as such the Hc /ea playing source in the arrangements. Sent from my E6603 using Tapatalk
  2. Right at the top of the project? I'm not in front of Pc and have not found it for a while. Sent from my E6603 using Tapatalk
  3. On the hc250 itself in the project it is one of the options. I think it is in HE. Click in the HC250 and poke around on the tabs. Do you have high speed audio enabled. With the speaker point in the project this may default to off but as the sp is hard wired you can disable digital audio to the sp and it becomes a one zone wired amp no audio across the ip cable. The problem may be you need to put the delay on the 800 outputs to slow things down there rather than delay the 250. Sent from my E6603 using Tapatalk
  4. And yes on the HC800 you can choose a delay on the audio outputs. Sent from my E6603 using Tapatalk
  5. Is the AVR in 2 channel direct mode or is it performing DSP on the input. Sent from my E6603 using Tapatalk
  6. This made me laugh.. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/how-50-cent-was-reportedly-spending-dollar70000-a-month-on-his-mansion/ar-BBW2uyJ Smart home systems may be the 'biggest hidden cost' Jennifer Leahy of Douglas Elliman, who sells homes between $500,000 and $9 million in affluent Fairfield County, Connecticut, said larger houses in Fairfield - those around 12,000 square feet or larger - can cost homeowners an average of $10,000 per month in upkeep, from utilities to landscaping to smart home systems. "I think probably the biggest hidden cost is that smart home systems, like a Crestron, must be updated with frequency and the updates can cost - no joke - $20,000 a pop," Leahy told Business Insider. "And my clients sometimes have to update them every three to six months." And don't forget about home security. Sent from my E6603 using Tapatalk
  7. My C4 switches, panel and the DMX led are all super robust. For new build the panel and DMX for led can really drive the cost down as all the loads go on the panel pack. You can de-wall wart with motions and other cool tricks so there are less light switches. Sent from my E6603 using Tapatalk
  8. In the driver database. It's a free driver from the extra vegetables acquisition. Sent from my E6603 using Tapatalk
  9. Exactly. Enttec into the router and a free driver. Choppier fades if that is an issue of transitioning scenes mid sermon. ES and 3.5/serial cable and paid driver with smoother fades and easier to program for things like color chases if that is a thing you use. Both systems are rock solid stable. Sent from my E6603 using Tapatalk
  10. You would need the enttec ODE as ethernet to DMX not the USB one. Enttec works. I use this as my DMX control is pre engineering solutions but transitions are a little choppy as all DMX messaging is generated from the controller rather than from in the Engineering solution solution their middleware box. Your EA1 has two serial out though. They are shared with IR1 and 2 as 3.5mm jack serial ports. Sent from my E6603 using Tapatalk
  11. https://www.sony.com/electronics/av-receivers/str-za5000es Sent from my E6603 using Tapatalk
  12. Is there ever going to be a din rail mount version. Though I suppose this could just sit in the bottom of the C4 lighting panel.
  13. Surely pm the KISS approach if people are in the back yard then the kitchen, living room, something room lights will also be naturally on. So the override can reset on that or on whatever goodnight or alarm stay you do at eod.
  14. The Dmx devices and decoders are kept. The driver changes.
  15. The Enttec ODE may better align with your existing hardware setup and has a free C4 driver. It's not quite so silky smooth as the driver below as it uses controller CPU cycles rather than offloading the messaging to a second box. I use this. Rock stable and actually have the din rail one in the C4 panel light box. This is the silky smooth alternative. But may result in two dmx message systems on the same bus. Depends if you are looking for a wholesale replacement or a day to day user friendly alternative.
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