Cool post for a DIY Home Theater

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This guy has built a cool home theater with some pictures to boot.

http://hometechnology.forumup.com/viewtopic.php?p=55&mforum=hometechnology#55

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Hey! That's my place!!

Thanx for the compliment!

I'm looking into a good home theater remote now. Kinda got it narrowed
down to the HomeTheater Master 600 or The Automator (URC-200) by
Universal Remote Controls.

Any opinions on this??



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Have you checked into the Harmony Remotes?

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Re: Cool post for a DIY Home Theater


Yep, tried the 659. The problem was I was trying to operate the DVD and
audio that are mounted to the left along with the projector overhead
and the X-10 receiver on the wall straight ahead. The Logitech remotes
won't send all the required signals in all the required directions.
Apparently I need a remote that is capable of operating an expander
like the HTM or the Universal.

I really liked the setup of the logitech but I can't make the macros
run everything I need. :(



Re: Cool post for a DIY Home Theater


Yep, tried the 659. The problem was I was trying to operate the DVD and
audio that are mounted to the left along with the projector overhead
and the X-10 receiver on the wall straight ahead. The Logitech remotes
won't send all the required signals in all the required directions.
Apparently I need a remote that is capable of operating an expander
like the HTM or the Universal.

I really liked the setup of the logitech but I can't make the macros
run everything I need. :(



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