On November 15, 2007 at 20:54, vitoasaro said...
Forgive my candor, estech, but your reply doesn't address
or answer the problem by lites4u.
That's probably why I quoted the post I was responding to.
The significance of discrete power-on/off codes is relevant if the Xbox-360
does not acknowledge/receive the command from the remote.
In this case, even if you do use flags, then the flag
status on the remote is invalid, and simply sending a
power-toggle command to the Xbox-360 (and other components)
might produce the opposite of the desired effect (everything
off except for the Xbox-360, or everything else on instead...,
That's probably why I specified using the original toggle power command with flags.
How can something like the AVF-300 have the discrete on/off
codes for the Xbox-360, but the RTI T2-C not?
I'm guessing that's a predecessor to the Monster AVL300, similar to the Harmony in that you log into Monster's site to program your devices.
Based on so many posts about the XBox power commands flip-flopping, they are probably toggle-bit commands, and Monster has accounted for this in their remote's design. The RTI programming can also handle this. I just haven't seen the two sets of commands needed.