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  1. What blinds? Just make sure your switch can handle the power budget for all of your PoE devices. Ubiquiti makes Unifi switches that have 24/48 with 500/750W budgets. I doubt you would ever need more than that, even if you used PoE on every interface.
  2. LG has the Toast notifications, but not aware of any other methods.
  3. Why aren't you just using native C4 audio? I can't remember your reason for using Sonos.
  4. As noted, the desire to have LED's makes this a bit more complicated than it should be. I have a pretty simple "Goodbye" button that does the following: Executes a macro named "Goodbye" which in turn has programming that: * Executes the "House off" advanced lighting scene * Turns off all rooms (audio/video) * Starts a 3 minute timer to lock all doors and close garage doors I then use programming to program a double tap to execute the "Goodbye" macro. No need to use variables or anything else.. but, once you start adding LEDs for tracking state, it becomes more complicated.
  5. Labeler: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00IELD1O4/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Labels: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003XU7T4E/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  6. They are all over eBay..
  7. A bit off-topic here, but since you mentioned how beautiful the programmable LED's are.. I finally just got around to adding some engraved buttons to my KD-120's. I'm a bit disappointed with the light bleed issues at times. Some keypads are worse than others, but almost all of them bleed a little bit of the backlight and the LED lights to other buttons. I can also see the light bleed out from the wall plate (I don't use the official C4 wallplates). I don't have any multi-gang C4 keypads/switches, but if I did, I would also be worried about the uniformity of backlight/LED's between different switches/keypads. This problem has been reported on these forums a few times already.
  8. Yeah - I mean I love C4 and all, but I wouldn't use it for only this.
  9. Is this even necessary? I have the 12V trigger both of my amps (one Episode, one Triad) wired to the 12V trigger outputs on my Triad matrix and my amps turn on/off properly. Is this just because I have a matrix in the mix?
  10. As others have indicated.. remove all of that programming. You don't need it if you're using the 12V triggers. Your amps will turn on and off as needed.
  11. Ask your dealer to install the "Room Control" driver. Then you can have a "Music" button that cycles through preset sources (of which you can configure using HE).
  12. Do not splice CAT6. Yes, it's a bad idea.
  13. Snap will probably send you some if you contact your rep. They have sent me Episode amp rack ears before.
  14. Why? P/PQ panels will rival much more expensive TV's. The problem with Vizio (and we're talking about their more high-end models here in general, not their cheaper stuff) has always been their terrible OS. But, I don't really care about that since all of my TV's have Roku Ultras anyways.
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