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May 24, 2011
What do you think about this…
Works well with the Win-Player when changing the audiochannel (to left or right).
It`s not possible in the Web-Player (why?), but there is a workaround with the audioballance (left/right) in the recieving system.
To hear the camera is not nessery and how to change satellite-channels in the pc from outside I will soon or later find out another way?
Sounds like you have it set up pretty good for using multiple boxes.
I am not sure what you mean by " how to change satellite-channels in the pc from outside" though.
May 24, 2011
Well, thanks for the flowers! To Your question…
how shall I navigate in my pc-sat-channellist from abroad when I only have 1 blaster-input in my Solo? That blaster shurely has two transmitters, but they should normaly sit on the same device…must be so!
Now it`s placed on on my cablebox and working very well!
To get into my pc-sat-programs I`ve to find another way. If the cabelbox-remote and the remote for my satprogram (learnable!) hade the same keys and if I then could learn the sat-program the new keys… then I maybe could use the second transmitter? Or maybe navigate me through the router, firewalls … and so on?
I wont get up yet…Happy Eastern, Micke.
July 26, 2011
I don't see a reason why should both transmitters be placed on the same device. I use just one and it works just fine.
Also I see a slight problem with your setup. If both audio sources are on, then it can sometimes happen that even if you switch to right-only or left-only audio channel, you will still get some interference from the other audio source on the selected audio channel. At least this was the case when I tried about 2 years back with a Solo
May 24, 2011
Yes, You´re right…it´s enough with only one transmitter placed on one device.
I think it was ment to have a more secure connecting —>
Yesterday I made a little experiment with the second transmitter: I programmed one of the same commands from the cablebox-remote with "IRAssistant" into my PC…and it works! Now when I change the device in the slingplayer I even can navigate with the same shown remote in my PC-satprograms.
And no…I don´t have problems with the audio-interference, but the sound is only in mono of course.
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