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Post 5 made on Thursday May 19, 2016 at 16:04
Barf
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My Amazon Fire TV accepts a MCE IR dongle and associated remote, like [Link: amazon.com]. And THAT protocol (known as OrtecMCE) is relatively easy for a universal remote to learn.

The FLIRC does noting but to _emulate_ the MCE dongle, so the only thing it buys you is that you can use another remote.

At least some Dish receivers use am IR protocol with 56kHz modulation frequency; your thingy is probably unable to learn it, but it is not unlikely that it can send it, if you can find out how.

could I possibly program these remote controls into a universal remote and then try to learn them to my chair from the universal remote? Could that possibly work?

No.

Last edited by Barf on May 19, 2016 16:12.


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