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  • Re: Bang & Olufsen app update

    Thomas, could you please also implement a vacation mode, I believe it is more down to the firmware. All alarms suspended, but not deleted until the end of the holidays.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by mczac on Mon, Jan 15 2018
  • Re: Interested in controlling your ML setup with a Raspberry Pi?

    [quote user="PhilLondon"] I did look at HomeKit integration, but there doesn’t seem to be any support for AV devices, what’s your plan? [/quote] With regard to the HomeLink integration, you are right it offers indeed a very limited capability of a switch and speaker properties.I have implemented switches (TV, AppleTV, Xbox, <you name it>) to turn on/off different sources on a BV14. A designated switch will turn on the TV and selected source, it is also fully integrated
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by mczac on Sun, Jan 14 2018
  • Re: Interested in controlling your ML setup with a Raspberry Pi?

    Phil, it would help drastically you are willing to share what you have discovered so far. I am just waiting for the last few bits of ML test setup to arrive, once I tuned up RS485-USB adapters with correct voltages, and data structure is identified. speed in bods, parity, MSB/LSB and CRC, the rest is a reasonably simple with a potential caveat in learning how addressing to a particular device is made if BO is ever using Master to specific Slave device addressing. I already have fully reverse-engineered
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by mczac on Sun, Jan 14 2018
  • Re: Interested in controlling your ML setup with a Raspberry Pi?

    I have some plans to reverse engineer ML. I am building a test system with few ML products and RS485 transceivers which I am not afraid to burn, I am then planing to record and interpret RS485 bus communication. Once timing and data structure is figured out, I am planning to build a dictionary of control commands and device addressing structure as per RS485 Master/Multiple Slaves addressing. Once this is complete, possibilities are endless. Firstly, any NL products could be integrated into existing
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by mczac on Sun, Jan 14 2018
  • Re: B&O From Red to Black

    I think it is a slightly wrong comparison. Enron case was a total fraud with mark-to-market accounting and these practises are barely possible nowadays with Sarbanes–Oxley Act in place. BO is experiencing a technological transformation, they held really well so far, given that they don't have a scaleable production, hugely competitive consumer line and widespread skills in building software ecosystem, it's a brand equity that helps them have a ride right now. Apple had a very similar
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by mczac on Thu, Jan 11 2018
  • Re: IR Eye

    It looks like an IR Eye for an old TVs with auto contrast, it doesn't have buttons. only sensor and IR receiver. You can only use it as IR extender and connect only 3 wires: Black - GND / Yellow - 5V / Green IR
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by mczac on Thu, Nov 30 2017
  • Re: BeoLab 3500 and IR eye

    Thanks. Although I like Beo4 and it looks itself as an art statement on its own, its function is going to be massively under-utilised plus I will have a bunch of those placed next to every BL3500 I was thinking of making something more subtle and I like the shuffle pack design of an IR Eye. I just completed development of NL integration with HomeKit, so I practically don't use BeoRemote One and control everything from within the iPhone home.app including lights automation such as hue which will
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by mczac on Wed, Nov 15 2017
  • BeoLab 3500 and IR eye

    Hello everyone, I am thinking of connecting an IR eye to a BeoLab 3500. My BeoLab 3500s are out of hands reach so I am not able to press timer/mute buttons. I would have preferred a wall switch that allows me to turn on the BL3500 on demand. I have 2 possible solutions in mind. 1. Get IR Eye on the wall and connect self-developed IR transceiver on the other end of the cable hidden in the wall. So when I press the buttons on the IR Eye the IR signal Timer, Volume up/Down will be emitted. 2. Hard wire
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by mczac on Wed, Nov 15 2017
  • Re: Beware of firmware version 1.15.16926

    I was looking at the logs and in case of the BeoSound 1, the unit doesn't go offline it is the music streaming engine that gets stuck likely . Latest possible state is "preparing" streaming. It looks almost like exceptions are not fully handled with timeouts, other possible errors or opened streaming sockets aren't closed, etc... Yesterday I was able to freeze the unit with DLNA streaming, just turning off DLNA server and BeoSound 1 was down and not attempting to re-connect. I am
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by mczac on Thu, Nov 9 2017
  • Re: Beware of firmware version 1.15.16926

    not to mention that even readme files aren't update for versions 1.15 https://support.bang-olufsen.com/hc/en-us/articles/214198925-Software-Updates
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by mczac on Sat, Nov 4 2017
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