[mythtv-users] Where does the remote lag come from?
beww at beww.org
Mon Sep 17 00:46:37 UTC 2007
> Brian Wood wrote:
>> Rick wrote:
>>> That was a good idea to try the keyboard. It definitely had much better
>>> response. I also see where pushing a button on the remote doesn't seem
>>> to generate an action, however, when I run 'ircat mythtv', it is
>>> responding that way.
>>> Hmmm... not sure if this is relevant, but I guess the more information
>>> the better. I have two PVR 150's. I often wondered if the two cards
>>> were interfering with each other with respect to responding to the IR
>>> signals. Obviously I only have one IR receiver plugged into the card.
>> Can't help you much, but I can tell you my box has 3 PVR-150s in it
>> (only 2 of which have IR receivers) and I've never had a problem such as
>> you describe.
>> My previous machine had 4 150s, 3 with IR receivers, and it worked just
>> fine as well.
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> Just curious... what do you use the 2 ir receivers for? I just assumed
> that having one ir receiver for myth was all I needed. Does it work
> better plugging both in?
You misunderstand me. I meant that my two of my present PVR-150s have IR
receivers, the third does not (it's the MCE version). This refers to the
receiver electronics on the card, not the external receiver "eye", I
only use one of those plugged into one of my IR-capable PVRs.
Sorry for any confusion. You may not have been aware that some PVR-150s
do not have IR receivers.
To make things even more complicated, some older 150s only come with an
IR receiver, while the newer ones have the receiver/blaster combo.
My point was that there is no apparent problem with having two or more
IR-capable cards in the machine.
There should be a law: change the card, change the model #.
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