|Post 1 made on Monday October 24, 2011 at 01:09|
I've noticed something interesting on the 1100 Inter-key delay. It seems to be much faster than the 890. I have my television setup to select the HDMI1 input when powering on and turning the internal speakers off. When I use the 890 to watch TV, the TV is turned on, then the remote issues a series of commands (In the activity setup) to turn the internal speakers on and to turn them back off when turning the TV off. The commands are: 'Options', 'Direction Down', 'Direction Down', 'Direction Down', 'Direction Down', 'Select', 'Direction Up', 'Select'. This works fine on the 890. I setup the same series of commands on the 1100 and it does not work. I set the delay settings on the 1100 the same as the 890.
I put an IR probe in front of the 1100 and hit the watch TV buttom. What I see when the series of direction down, select is executed is that the series sort of runs together with no time between them. (Looks like one long command). On the 890, its about .5 sec. between commands.
The Inter-key delay is set for 500ms. on both remotes.
To get the 1100 to work I had to set the Inter-key delay to 1500ms.
Anyone had this kind of problem with their 1100?