[mythtv-users] Was: HIPER HMC-2K53A as MythTv Frontend? / SilverStone ML02

James Buckley xanium4332 at googlemail.com
Wed May 30 09:28:56 UTC 2007

On 30/05/07, Mark A. Hoover <mahoover at ispaceonline.org> wrote:
> > Mark A. Hoover wrote:
> >>> I do think we should start emailing them asking for support. They lost
> >>> two customers as far as I can tell and who knows how many potential
> >>> customers.
> >>
> >> The sad this is I've been looking for a case just like this one for ages,
> >> but given that the VFD doesn't work I've gone back to looking at the
> >> Thermaltake Mozart case.  The only other thing I didn't see was a built-in
> >> IR sensor....:(
> > Check out this one
> > <http://www.antec.com/ec/productDetails.php?ProdID=08738>. I have bought
> > one but not set it up so I can't guarantee it. It is solidly built and
> > is supposed to work
> > <http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/index.php/Volume_Knob_on_Antec_Fusion>. If
> > you don't insist on a slim case it is an economical alternative. It does
> > not have built in IR or any provision to add it to the case.
> I found this looking around tonight.  Looks like SilverStone has come out
> with a few new cases since the last time I looked.  Anybody try this one
> yet?

Be forewarned. The remote (an imon-pad) is a pile of junk. Because it
works/almost works as a mouse, the up/down/lewft/right buttons don't
have a 'click' when pressed. Ultimatly you either don't trigger a
keypress or send too many. The IR receiver ONLY works with the imon
remote as well, so with my LC-11M I had to build a serial receiver and
mount it next to the vfd in order to get a decent remote working.

Just my 0.02

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