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Volume control via remote when using Logitech Harmony
I don’t have an apple remote, but have successfully ‘programmed’ my logitech harmony 900 remote to be an apple remote. It all works very well, apart from one minor issue. It must be my OCD but if anyone can confirm if this is just the way things are or maybe more a specific characteristic of using the Logitech unit rather than the original. If I double tap or hold the volume up or down, the display sometimes jumps from even numbers to odd numbers. There is no way to move 1 unit at a time and it can get ‘stuck’ on odds, which can only be corrected with more quick double tapping.
Any info around this would be helpful. I can ‘fine tune’ the Harmony with different delays and ‘raw mode’ but before I start doing this I would welcome some info how things work with the original apple remote. Thanks
Hello….I utilize two 8351 in my lounge room in an unadulterated computerized design and the remote 9101AM (out of creation for a few times) for advanced volume control. Neither the 9310AM nor a PC running GLM are feasible options for a home sound system arrangement. OTOH all my A/V gadgets are constrained by tablet/cell phone bolstered by a Logitech Harmony Hub + Companion, with one special case: the computerized volume control of the 8351.