[mythtv-users] Speaking of Remotes....
Scott & Nicole Harris
snharris99 at live.com
Sat Jan 1 18:44:36 UTC 2011
The Remotes delay settings are set in the software
However, with the 600/650/700 the Power and Interdevice delays have been
moved to the remote itself
Sent: Saturday, January 01, 2011 4:55 AM
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Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Speaking of Remotes....
On 1 Jan 2011, at 07:12, E. Westbrook wrote:
> Overall, I'm delighted with the new Harmony 700. I was prepared for the
> UI to be too "helpful" to let me dive in and do exactly what I wanted, but
> refreshingly enough, I haven't been thwarted (yet) in that regard.
> However, I do have a beef with it. The pulse delays are too long -- about
> 2.25 times as long as the originals, in fact. To me it's impossible to
> ignore, but I haven't heard anyone here mention it, so I'm a bit curious.
> Whether I use the database settings, or learn the signals from the
> original remote, or even use "learn raw", the pulses just aren't quick
> enough. The original remote's are snappy and great. My mceusb receiver's
> syslog debug (and red LED) confirms that the Harmony is sending more data.
> The "raw" learned pulses, on the other hand, appear to be the correct
> shorter duration, but are then spaced too far apart -- yielding about the
> same user latency. Maddening!
> It makes the whole UI of any navigatable device (e.g. MythTV, MCE,
> OnDemand) feel more lethargic, particularly when the signals queue up as
> they fail to keep up with the user's keypresses. Particularly when
> traversing a long list, one has to wait for keypresses to flush before
> being able to do anything else. That never happens with the original
Yes that's Harmony's default, mine (Harmony One) has been changed to be
almost as fast as the original remotes. I'm sorry to say it was so long ago
I can't remember how I did it, something to do with intercode delays I think
but I can't remember where to find the setting.
Sometimes just knowing something can be done is enough to help find the
solution, hopefully this is the case for you.
> I've been planning to call "customer care" about it... I just haven't
> gotten around to it yet. (I'm not sure how optimistic to be about that
> Anyone else here experience this?
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