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Control volume of attached digital Dolby surround device
Authored by: digitalcowboy on Oct 21, '09 08:26:36AM

I'm a huge fan of the Harmony remotes. I absolutely love mine - a cheapo entry level model that I picked up last Christmas for around $35. I'm probably going to upgrade now that I've seen how well it works and how infinitely programmable it is.

I use mine to run a Mac mini/Eye TV media center, Hulu, home theater sound system, Dish satellite receiver paired with digital HD OTA through the Eye TV, Front Row for archived TV recorded with the Eye TV...

I also just got a pretty nice wireless weather station that connects to the TV. After a quick reprogram of the Harmony remote, I can now switch to my own weather station info on the big screen with two button presses on the remote.

I have a wireless keyboard and mouse for the mini but rarely use them. The Harmony does almost everything.

I also have a ZephIR to change channels on the Dish receiver. I can't say enough about that product and it's developers. I had a question right after I got it. I sent an email and got a personal response from the developer with far more than I asked for - including a private link to unreleased software - within an hour.


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