I posted this on the Duet forum but that forum seems fairly dead so I'll retry here.
If it is working what can be done with it?
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2009-01-02, 15:22 #1
Does the IR port on the Duet Remote work yet?
2009-01-02, 15:27 #2
Well, it works in the sense that it can mimic the IR remote of the SB classics and Transporter. Could be useful for someone who lost their IR remote, especially for pressing the "Brightness" key to update firmware. Beyond that I don't know of anything that has been developed yet.Nothing high-end, but music anywhere I want it, and it's 100% wind powered. MSI single-core Atom mini-desktop (Debian Squeeze 6.0.x) feeding: Living room: SB Touch > NAD C325 BEE > Vandersteen 1; Kitchen/Dining: SB2 > AudioSource Amp100 > 2 pair of Polk RC60i; Basement: SB2 > JVC JA-S44 > ESS Tempest LS8; Bedroom: SB Radio; Study: Squeezelite local player > Klipsch ProMedia 2.0; Backyard deck: SB Receiver > AudioSource Amp100 > Polk Atrium 45; Kid's bedroom: Boom; Roaming controllers: Retina iPad with Squeezepad & iPeng, iPod touch with iPeng, 3 SB Duet Controllers, various SB infrared remotes, Nokia N800; In the bullpen (boxed up and ready to use if one of the above quits): SB3 and one more SB Receiver
2009-01-02, 17:53 #3