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  1. On 5/31/2020 at 1:58 AM, jason said:

    It's done, packaging is done, I just have to pull the trigger. But the pandemic has been killing me. Every day, I'm slammed. I'm going to try and kick it off this week.

    Any update on these units? I know of SFF HTPC builders who have been just settling on the far more limited Perfect Home Theater IR receiver because nothing has become available a year after this thread was first created.

  2. 1 hour ago, Logan Nolag said:

    I'm having this issue as well on Chrome. I can download it using Edge but based on what Chrome is saying I think I'm going to hold off until it's fixed. Maybe you should check out this link and try to get it resolved: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/3258249 This is the link that Chrome directs you to if you try to download the file.

    Chrome can be notorious for reporting false positives. As long as you have an anti-virus enabled on your system, ignore that message.

  3. On 4/9/2020 at 1:37 PM, blachner said:

    I know that's an older question. But since FLIRC-SE seems to be out of stock at the moment, I would also like to know if a new version is planned.

    Will there be a FLIRC Streacom Edition V2 after all?

    If not, I hope that at least the previous version will continue to be produced and be available again soon.

    Ditto. I have it on a reliable leaker that the Ryzen 4000 APUs are coming very, very soon and so many people are hurrying to prepare to build fresh new HTPCs for this summer. The fuss right now is there is no IR module to speak of for any of the Streacom cases. Having had headphone amplifier PCBs manufactured in China, I know via the circles and channels I am in touch with that the fabrication centers are already back online there. If you could do another run of the FLIRC-SE, a great many people would be indebted to you!

  4. See thread title. I am building an HTPC with a Streacom case and I was just wondering if the FLIRC-SE I have for it will work out of the box with standard RC-6 signals, including for powering on and off. My Logitech Harmony Ultimate remote is currently programmed to work with the Intel NUC’s built-in IR receiver, and it would be very convenient if the FLIRC-SE worked “automagically” with the standard RC-6 protocol by default. Thank you for your help!

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