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  • Re: Beoremote One BT and Samsung TV?

    Hmm, the board is thus limited to a specific brand, but this may not be a big problem as I don't plan on changing any of the hardware anytime soon. I do like the Beo4, but the BR1BT is a much younger looking product and appeals more to me. The system may look a bit dated, not sure if the loewe transformation would still be able to control a modern day Bild 7 and its motorized stand. On the other hand, the Loewe remote is not that bad either, and is able to control other stuff as well. (still
    Posted to The BeoRemote One & BT (Forum) by crossbytje on Sun, Dec 23 2018
  • Re: Beoremote One BT and Samsung TV?

    Interesting idea on the Beo4. Is that a conversion to a specific brand, or is it mainly a hardware thing s.t. it can send 'regular' IR signals, and can you then use it with 'any' other device? Is it easy to change the devices in the list menu? Would you have a pointer to such a conversion supplier?
    Posted to The BeoRemote One & BT (Forum) by crossbytje on Sun, Dec 23 2018
  • Re: Beoremote ONE BT for a mac and other brand tv

    Wow, that page looks like it's 15 years old! But if the tech still works, it may lead to the solution. Would you know if it is a one on one mapping that is made, or can you e.g. translate one source command (remote control press) to multiple target commands? (Not that I have an immediate use for this in mind, but an 'all off' button might be one such case.) (There's been some help in another thread on the BR1BT as well, maybe these can be joined?)
    Posted to Bang & Olufsen / Mac (Forum) by crossbytje on Sun, Dec 23 2018
  • Re: Beoremote One BT and Samsung TV?

    Right! I actually knew this but overlooked it. So no other IR devices to be controlled, that's a bummer. If the mac recognizes it though, and it effectively sends signals for the other buttons over BT, then it is probably possible to build a mapping from signals to commands with some third party software and a little tech knowledge. With simple out-of-the-box pairing, it probably only uses effective commands for this limited subset of buttons. I did this once (years ago) with an IR remote and
    Posted to The BeoRemote One & BT (Forum) by crossbytje on Sat, Dec 22 2018
  • Re: Beoremote One BT and Samsung TV?

    Great! Good to know. I actually don't need much more than these basic functions. My (older) IR mac remote only has the up/down left/right, and a center, menu and play/pause button anyway. That's enough for controlling kodi, context menus can be called through a long press. (But that may be a different story with a bluetooth remote..) So the mac then appears in the menu on the screen of the remote? Is it able to directly control other IR devices (without PUC)? I checked the manual but it doesn't
    Posted to The BeoRemote One & BT (Forum) by crossbytje on Fri, Dec 21 2018
  • Re: Beoremote One BT and Samsung TV?

    Great! Good to know. I actually don't need much more than these basic functions. My (older) IR mac remote only has the up/down left/right, and a center, menu and play/pause button anyway. That's enough for controlling kodi, context menus can be called through a long press. (But that may be a different story with a bluetooth remote..) So the mac then appears in the menu on the screen of the remote? Is it able to directly control other IR devices (without PUC)? I checked the manual but it doesn't
    Posted to The BeoRemote One & BT (Forum) by crossbytje on Fri, Dec 21 2018
  • Re: Beoremote One BT and Samsung TV?

    Any updates on this topic? Is a BR ONE BT able to control non-B&O devices over BT, like a mac?
    Posted to The BeoRemote One & BT (Forum) by crossbytje on Fri, Dec 21 2018
  • Re: Beoremote ONE BT for a mac and other brand tv

    No one has a BT remote he or she can try to pair with an apple computer?
    Posted to Bang & Olufsen / Mac (Forum) by crossbytje on Fri, Dec 21 2018
  • Beoremote ONE BT for a mac and other brand tv

    Hi, It may have been asked before, but I can't seem to find the thread... Actually, I have a couple of questions: 1. Is it possible to pair a beoremote one BT to a mac s.t. it controls the itunes player, or a kodi/plex setup? Or is the BT functionality not intended for such uses? This would maybe solve my single remote obsession, and give me a slick piece of design to use my mac and a third party TV (maybe a Loewe Bild7, but maybe also a cheaper high end OLED screen). 2. It can probably be programmed
    Posted to Bang & Olufsen / Mac (Forum) by crossbytje on Mon, Dec 17 2018
  • Re: Flash your B&O - new thread!

    Quick question: Does this setup allow you to play your own music collection without powering up the tv? I mean, I have an old mac with kodi/plex and I run itunes through this mac too, simultaneously playing through the connected amp (with older third party speakers) and any airplay speaker (my beolit 12). This does not require my screen to be on, only the mac and the amp. The alternative is maybe a spotify-like subscription, but I really don't want the screen on when I'm listening to music
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by crossbytje on Sat, Dec 15 2018
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