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  1. Please do let us know what functionality is available with Wolf Ovens and Subzero Rerig. So far I have held off integrating, but if the functionality is there to start the oven, it might be worth it. Thank you.
  2. Proceed at your own risk here, but: The 4 black wires that are twisted together are the Black Line In / Hot leads. The 4 white wires that are twisted together are the White Neutral in. The bare copper wires in back that are twisted together are the ground. And whichever black wire runs to your fan is the lead for the RED wire coming off the fan switch.
  3. Can you clarify what wires are in the switch box itself? I assume you have Switched LOAD and NEUTRAL wires running from the switch box to the fan. Do you also have a LOAD, NEUTRAL and GROUND coming from your breaker into the switch box?
  4. Search Matterlink on this forum. There is a C4 driver available.
  5. I recommend you review the AudioControl matrix amps. You will not need the C4 audio matrix with these amps.
  6. Mine too. Has for long time. Can’t recall when it started.
  7. I have wolf ovens, but decided against the C4 integration. If you decide to integrate your wolf products into C4, I would love to hear what your experience is. That said, i do think it would be nice to be able to see and adjust the temperature zones in my sub-zero wine refrig.
  8. How many speakers? If you really want it to act as one zone, you can probably connect both sets of speakers to the same channel on the amp and just make them one zone. Before doing so, confirm your amp can handle the output (ohms). But in doing so, you will either need to put all the speakers into a combined room in C4 or you will need to control them from the room you assign the one zone to. Hope this makes sense. And pretty sure your dealer will need to make the audio path changes necessary if you go this route. And as said above, some amps allow you to group zones together. For example, I have AudioControl matrix amps that alllow me to set up groups.
  9. If you have an On Screen navigator menu in your family room, one of your EA’s must have HDMI out in use.
  10. Separately, I would love to hear your input on how you like these lights and how well they respond to the C4 push button after you get it all functioning.
  11. My suggestions: in composer, you might need Pro, configure the device to RAMP RATE to zero, or the lowest level it accepts for up and down. Set the minimum level to 100 percent so the dimmer is either at 100% or 0. Then, if I was you, I would program a hidden user button in a hidden room that only you have access to for maintence purposes and use that button to turn the switch on/off - this way the switch will always be ON with no buttons to turn on/off accidentally. I am not sure if the switch can be programmed to the ON position after a power loss or reboot, so you might need to add some programming code to ensure the switch goes back to 100percent on after a power loss or reboot.
  12. First, this is likely a very personal decision with multiple good choices in todays LED market. I use the Philips dimmable LED’s with Warm Glow. I have had C4 for over 10 years, and have tried many LED lights and brands, and find these to dim the best. They also have a Daylight version of this same dimmable bulb if you prefer that. I actually use both depending on the location. If you try and don’t like these, I will pass on my dealers suggestion from a few years ago — buy 5 or 6 different brands, try them, stay with the brand you like the best, and return all the rest. Back then, the LED industry was evolving fast so I did this about every year until I finally found something I really liked. Good luck.
  13. Is the Lifx driver yours? Can you tell me what level of automation is available thru the driver - ie. same as the Lifx app? I am thinking about order some of their lights to test in my system. Thank you.
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