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  • Re: Using a raspberry Pi as a DIY equivalent to Logitech Harmony

    Hi, I sent you a bunch of files that should get you on your way. Part of the solution is the arduino board that receives the IR signals, the other part is the openhab server that interprets codes and executes appropriate rules controlling your devices. A bit of programming experience will help a lot. Enjoy!
    Posted to The BeoRemote One & BT (Forum) by crossbytje on Sun, Nov 24 2019
  • Re: Serial N° help needed

    Right, so still on the lookout. A pair surfaced with numbers 20002885, so I guess this is also a 2008 set? I might just go for it, since there aren't many problems with these speakers.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by crossbytje on Wed, Nov 20 2019
  • Re: Beoremote1

    I have a BeoRemote One BT living outside of the B&O ecosystem and wondered how it should be updated too? In what way is it 'better' after such an update? I don't quite feel the need to update it, it is doing perfectly fine as it is..
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by crossbytje on Tue, Nov 12 2019
  • Re: Serial N° help needed

    Thanks, Lee and w5! That is extremely accurate. This does not come from a publicly available database I guess? Anyway, it does give me some margin for negotiation, though I'm a bit reluctant, I'd prefer 2011-13 units. On the other had, it is always a shot in the dark, no way of telling how heavily they were used.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by crossbytje on Tue, Oct 15 2019
  • Serial N° help needed

    Hi, I'm in the market for a set of beolab 9s, but I can't seem to figure out which year they were manufactured. Serial numbers are 20891648, supposedly 2010, but I'm skeptical. Anyone can help? Thanks!
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by crossbytje on Mon, Oct 14 2019
  • Re: Mean price for second hand Beolab 9?

    So, we're 2019 now and I'm looking to buy a set of lab 9s. What is a good price today, and should I avoid certain model years? Until when were they produced, and can I deduct the model year based on serial numbers? Thanks for your advice! Also, if you have a pair for sale in the vicinity of Belgium, I'd like to know :-)
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by crossbytje on Fri, Sep 13 2019
  • Re: Using a raspberry Pi as a DIY equivalent to Logitech Harmony

    No pi for the moment. My openhab is running on the mac which is always on anyways. Surely, a pi would consume less energy, so in the long run I might 'upgrade'. But is the arduino not capable of sending such IR signals too? I may look into this. In my setup however, the tv is the only visible thing and all gear is placed in a cupboard with a semitransparent mirrored front. sending IR signals from within this cupboard to the receiver is no problem, but the tv is out of reach, unless I wire
    Posted to The BeoRemote One & BT (Forum) by crossbytje on Sun, Aug 18 2019
  • Re: Using a raspberry Pi as a DIY equivalent to Logitech Harmony

    I got to experiment a bit further with my remote and the openhab server, and I'm impressed with what I got so far. It was a bit of searching and getting into details setting up the IR receiver part, but using Sam's help and code, it all came together. Once the openhab server can receive commands, it's all a matter of 'programming' the right actions to follow. The openhab system is very powerful, and allows much more than simply executing commands based on received codes. In the
    Posted to The BeoRemote One & BT (Forum) by crossbytje on Sun, Aug 18 2019
  • Re: Using a raspberry Pi as a DIY equivalent to Logitech Harmony

    Don't know if the pi can do it on its own, but the arduino connects to the IR eye and relays the commands to the openhab server, which in its turn controls the TV (and other devices). I would expect a pi to be able to do the work of the arduino on its own, but have no experience in this field. It may be a matter of having the necessary libraries available...
    Posted to The BeoRemote One & BT (Forum) by crossbytje on Thu, Aug 15 2019
  • Re: Using a raspberry Pi as a DIY equivalent to Logitech Harmony

    Hi, A few answers: 1) it's IR only, the bluetooth part is not well supported in the openhab community, but I think the remote limits it's own functions when connected to a non-B&O device. Once connected to a mac/iphone, the only things that work are basic listening buttons (play/pause/next/prev/volume and on/off). I couldn't find a way to interpret other buttons on my mac and I tried almost all remote/keyboard mapping tools out there. 2) The IR sensor on your pi will not support B&O
    Posted to The BeoRemote One & BT (Forum) by crossbytje on Thu, Aug 15 2019
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