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  1. No, I guess I could make a button for it on the switch. But then I would have to press two buttons. I would think that the same problem would occur if two switches/dimmers were connected viritually as well, or all your pucks.
  2. That should work. Just note that some converters will only give you stereo signal.
  3. I see where the misunderstanding may come from. I have a puck that is not connected to a toggle switch. It doesnt have a switch at all (besides the viritual once in director). Its hidden behind a blank cover. So I can only control the puck in the C4 app, with the remote control, or an on-screen device. Or if I program it to "copy" a C4 dimmer/switch that is connected to a different load. I have two different loads in my living room. One with the C4 dimmer/switch, and one with the puck. When pressing the C4 dimmer/switch top button, I have programmed director to press the viritual top button of the puck, which is"load on". But, it seems like the puck waits for the C4 dimmer/switch load to be 100% finished turning on or off before the puck activates its load. So. When I press the C4 dimmer/switch button, the load connected to the C4 Dimmer/switch turns on. Then director presses the viritual top button on the puck. Then the second load turns on. Not very smooth at all. If I use the app, remote, or on screen device, both loads turns on/off at the same time. I hope it made sense this time.
  4. Unfortunately not, the puck always wait for the switch/dimmer to finish the ramp up/ramp down before it starts. So I have one zone in my livingroom that ramps up imidiately after pressing the button on the switch/dimmer, and then the second zone starts. Looks completely retarded. I have looked at ramp times, scenarios and nothing works. I guess if I remove the load on/off function on the switch/dimmer it may work (an make all functions scenarios), but thats not good if I would have some problems with the controller. Then I might be unable to turn on/off lights if the C4 controller is down. Am I the only one that has tried this? Or am I the only one that has this problem?
  5. It is already installed and the lights conneted to the puck is always 1-2 seconds behind the lights connected to the switch that is used. Switch and puck are synced when I use anything but the switch. Such as the app, or on screen display. I can even see that the l ights on the puck is getting power the moment I press the switch button, but they still wait until the lights on the switch is done dimming up or down before they continue.
  6. Amr. I have a puck that is "connected" with a switch so that if I press top button on switch the same viritual button is pressed on the puck. If I press and hold the button so that the lights dims up or down, they are all syncronized. If i just click it once. The puck is about 1 second behind. The puck waits for the switch load to be done before it starts. The switch is programmed to load on/off. No scenario.
  7. You should contact an electrician if those switches are on the same breaker and parallell connected. There might be a wire that is not connected properly. This is a big fire hazard. This goes to both kmonty2 and John DH.
  8. Great! All you need to do now is to get 5 amps, 10 speakers and get that party going.
  9. Perhaps you could move your current screen to a more practical place? That might be the cheapest option. If it is possible.
  10. 1. Yes. You have to assign the connection for each output with composer. The connected source (end point) must have an amplifier, and a digital input for the coax, or rca for the analog signals. 2. You select spotify (or any other music source available in c4) on your EA5 in the room you want the music to play in. The room must have an amplifier that is conneced to the EA5 both in composer, and with cables. If you have multiple zones connected to the EA5, you can play different music from different sources in each of the connected rooms. Or you can play the same music in all of them. Its quite simple actually. I believe the spotify driver is the same Spotify Connect app as in "everything else". This means that you can not search for songs in C4, but you can add playlists that can be saved as favorites.
  11. You may not have the correct driver for the receiver. Or perhaps the IR isnt hitting the amp sensor. Does any of the other features on the amp work on IR? Such as changing input?
  12. How do you program all the pucks? Are they perfectly syncronized when turning on and off the lights? (If you have multiple zones and pucks turning on and off lights at the same time)
  13. Yes. Thats what I was thinking of doing. But I was hoping for a little more "action". Thanks!
  14. This might be a stupid question. What can I do with the detectors in C4?
  15. Yes, but I cant hear it if I am out of the house. I was thinking about an alert in the app. On devices that doesnt have the nest app. And I would love it if I could be able to see the CO levels in the room.
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