Oh right yeah. Itís a difficult subject to explain lol. |
I want the LG remote to learn the Sony amp IR commands, but canít, and it isnít inbuilt.
Cant teach the Harmony One the LG volume commands as (I think) thatís not an IR command.
Iíve taught the Harmony tonnes of IR commands over the years.
Edited by yegon at 15:49:45 07-12-2017
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OK then, so why can you not teach your Harmony the volume commands for your amp rather than the TV out of interest? And use your Harmony for the lot?
Edited by Psiloc at 16:49:36 07-12-2017
Because, as is my understanding, the LG remote isnít IR. So I canít teach the posho wireless standard to my old fashioned IR Harmony One, and obv I wonít have the pointer functionality.
Or IS the LG remote IR? Man, weíre going in circles lol.
Edited by yegon at 17:46:01 07-12-2017
The LG remote is definitely a combo IR/RF thing. You say that the volume buttons arenít IR so you canít teach the commands to your Harmony (and Iíve no reason to doubt that info). What I donít understand is why you donít just teach it the IR volume commands for your receiver and forget all about the LG volume buttons. Iím assuming you route your sound through your amp?
Oh I see what you mean.
Canít do that, because I canít teach any of the LG remotes functionality whatsoever to my Harmony One remote.
In turn, the LG remote canít communicate with my receiver as the stock 10 Sony presets donít do anything.
Two remotes my only solution. LG to control the tv, Harmony to control amp and volume.
Edited by yegon at 21:27:57 09-12-2017
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2 remotes? Luxury! Currently have 4 of the fuckers on the go!
That was the point of the Harmony One. Successfully honed loads down to just that until the LG came along, otherwise itíd be a Peep Show style Megatron.
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