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Post 11 made on Saturday January 21, 2023 at 15:45
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October 2006
On January 21, 2023 at 13:48, Dundas said...
The last byte probably does not make any difference in the functionality of the code. I think what I did just confirms what you got from the Denon Pronto Hex Generator. I checked and the Denon documents for the X2700H, X3700H and X6700H which all show the same codes. I wonder if the receivers will actually respond to them. I do not have a Denon that I can test them with.

Why would they be in the IR Codes document if the receivers weren't programmed to respond to those codes?

I have an openHAB home automation server setup with the DenonMarantz Binding, and I'm able to send IP commands to the receiver and change the speaker presets using the IP/RS232 version of those same commands. That would seem to be an indication that the receiver responds to those commands.

I'll find out in the next few days after Logitech adds the new codes to my Harmony database.

Now if I could only find some IR codes to change volume by more than 0.5db at a time!

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