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chopedogg88

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  1. C4 can control Amazon Fire TVs actually...there was a period that it broke, but now its fixed. That said, the control is a bit laggy for my tastes - I recommend Roku...the control is flawless and not laggy. But Roku can't do Kodi if that's what you're after.
  2. I think the DS2 is the best option. I've had customers with Doorbirds and most if not all have had challenges. My DS2 customers don't. Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  3. That should be easy to find.... Not. Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  4. why so inexpensive? is it in warranty? is it fully functional?
  5. they fixed that in the Control4 OS 3 app, and they even added a "gestures" option which allows you to simply swipe your finger around and tap the screen instead of having to look down at your device and find the arrow and select buttons. I would upgrade to OS3 if possible with your configuration.
  6. Okay well we have restarted, reinstalled, installed on 2 separate machines, with no luck. Installed Composer pro, that works fine. Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  7. One of my customers is having an issue connecting to their EA5 with Composer HE 3.0. I can connect fine, remotely and locally, with Composer Pro 3.0. What we see when using HE is that is shows "Getting Items..." in the Director status at the bottom, and never completes that and goes back to "Idle". We can not select any of the drivers, basically HE just hangs. Anyone else seeing this?
  8. thanks - yes I'm aware of that work-around, however when you do that then you can't manage/modify the scenes in Control4 (via composer or the C4 interfaces), or get proper scene tracking in Control4...so while it solves the popcorn issue, it creates other issues.
  9. Check the for sale posting from nerddude 5 minutes before your post...you guys were meant for each other! Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  10. yeah it works pretty well, the only thing you will notice is that if you create a scene in Control4 consisting of several Caseta lights, you'll notice a "popcorn effect" when you activate that scene...where all the lights won't come on/off together, they are kind of staggered in an unpredictable manner, because of the way that Control4 has to talk to the Caseta Bridge. Not a big deal, but something to be aware of if that kind of thing bothers you. and obviously it does take longer to setup because you have to define the lights in both systems, and then link them together, but not a huge deal. and of course you won't get the zigbee mesh you would get with all C4 switches.
  11. That's a pretty clean answer, I would just add that the keypads can be wired or wireless, and can be powered over 110v or 48v in the case of the wireless keypads. Keypad dimmers only 110v obviously.
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