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  1. Yes, but only with Apple TV4 devices running TVOS13 or later.
  2. For the record, I have been independently beta testing this app for Intrinsic and it has been rock solid so far.
  3. You want the one call Roku Player in the C4 database: https://drivers.control4.com/solr/drivers/browse?q=roku+player Once you add and identify the Roku there is an action within the driver for it to automatically add all mini drivers for all apps/channels already configured on your Roku device. All you then need to do is bind each of these app to the Roku channel bindings.
  4. This Samsung IR driver I built from scratch using discrete codes from RTI database works great, I use it on every project with a Samsung TV and has never failed me. All 4 HDMI input codes Custom input switching macros to automatically hide the Home bar immediately after switching inputs Menu button brings up Home bar and not settings menu https://www.dropbox.com/s/63e799hm3bh24tb/tv_Samsung_UE55KS7000 (IR).c4i?dl=0
  5. I had a similar issue with a client's Apple TV and an IR driver and this is how I resolved, I just sent the 'Stop' command whenever the room was turned off. My nested IF statements are just there to check it is not in use in another room as the Apple TV is connected to a 4x4 video matrix. https://www.dropbox.com/s/2oa0tvu9d8f0cvw/Screenshot 2019-10-30 19.25.22.png?dl=0 I used Jesse Smith's awesome IR driver here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/vkevfgxduc1wcm7/Apple_TV_V4_EA.c4z?dl=0
  6. https://www.richersounds.com/lg-32-inch-smart-tv.html
  7. You never specified you wanted 1080P or higher.
  8. Ok, I understand. Just wanted to make you aware of the scenario from both sides. As I said you are in good hands there and I would recommend you take Corey's advice whenever offered. Best of luck with the new system and welcome to the C4 Club.
  9. Any LG TV with WebOS and use the paid for Annex4 WebOS IP driver. Works flawlessly.
  10. Whilst they will integrate, bear in mind a few things: These are old and out of warranty items so any issues relating to them or issues they cause with the rest of the system will involve chargeable call-outs every time. They do not have the combination of digital and analogue inputs and so additional DACs will be needed between the digital outputs of any controllers you use which will add additional hardware costs and physical installation complexity which in turn will also cost more. You are basically asking your dealer to spend time, albeit chargeable, installing and integrating kit they are making no profit on at all, and at the risk of making the system more complicated and less reliable. This is not a great start to building a good working relationship with the company you want to provide going support and friendly advice on all other parts of your system.
  11. Hi Bryan, I assume you have been dealing with Corey Hall at Holburn HiFi? If so, you are in safe hands and he really knows his stuff when it comes to Control4. I would suggest to get in touch with him at the soonest opportunity to discuss the used items you have purchased.
  12. Honeywell Evo Home has controllable TRVs and will integrate with Control4 https://drivercentral.io/platforms/control4-drivers/climate-fan-fireplace/honeywell-wi-fi-thermostat/ https://theevohomeshop.co.uk/honeywell-evohome/306-honeywell-evohome-hr91-radiator-controller-hr91.html
  13. Everything by GJD is super robust, top quality kit.
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