|Post 1 made on Tuesday September 12, 2017 at 21:37|
I am leaving a AudioAccess system to consolidate around a Denon AVRX4300H with 3 room amplifier. I would rather have one box than two.
As such, I wanted to replace the AudioAccess keypads with (2) RTI RKM-1 KEYPAD for the remote rooms and (1) RTI Model RP-6 Remote Control Processor. These would be used off eBay.
The Denon accepts IR signals via a IR input plug, so the scheme is to replace the KPS 101 keypads with the RKM-1 keypads.
1) If I source the parts of ebay, am I still not able to pull this off given that one cannot program these without software that is held by RTI and their vendors?
2) Presumably the 4 conductor wire needs to be replaced with 8 strand wire -- so I have that to contend with.
Is this a viable strategy, or am I basically going to fail. Is their an alternate approach that could repurpose the dacor sized control buttons?
Thanks for any input.
|OP | Post 2 made on Monday September 18, 2017 at 12:40|
Still hoping for some input here. Thanks
|Post 3 made on Monday September 18, 2017 at 13:14|
Well as you stated without the software which is only available to dealers I wouldn't recommend it.
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|Post 4 made on Sunday October 8, 2017 at 12:25 |
RTI is not a DIY solution, they as a business are very clear on this. Like anything else in this world you could probably get your hands on the software.
Why not blank off the the keypads and add a Sonos system for audio. This is a quality DIY solution with sources included.
Harmony has plenty of DIY solutions for you Denon if still needed.
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