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Controlling AV equipment via IR is at best tedious. Controlling devices via a cabled RS-232 connection is much safer. This page is meant as a pooling place for AMPS with RS-232 ports. It does not mean, there is plug and play support for the device, nor is this some kind of endorsement for the listed products.
 
Controlling AV equipment via IR is at best tedious. Controlling devices via a cabled RS-232 connection is much safer. This page is meant as a pooling place for AMPS with RS-232 ports. It does not mean, there is plug and play support for the device, nor is this some kind of endorsement for the listed products.
 
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Usage Information

Controlling AV equipment via IR is at best tedious. Controlling devices via a cabled RS-232 connection is much safer. This page is meant as a pooling place for AMPS with RS-232 ports. It does not mean, there is plug and play support for the device, nor is this some kind of endorsement for the listed products.

NAD T765

T765 Plug and Play with 0810 (used by: tkmedia)

Meridian G68 Surround Controller

The manual highlights the programming. Plug and play with 0810, but not all modes are available. (verified by: posde)