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New Gigabyte Aorus FO48U and old AIWA NSX-350M not supported

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First I'd like to say thank you for the remote and all the work you guys a putting in to it.  I've experience in product development and know the challenges all too well.  The remote looks great and I really really really need to trash my old universal remote.  It's too big, too many tiny buttons and needs to go. 

Got my Skip1s in yesterday but having trouble with my gear.

Maybe you guys can point me in the right direction to get things working.

Display I'm using is a Gigabyte Aorus FO48U OLED Gaming Monitor.  (it's not a TV but a big PC monitor that comes with its own remote)  (the remote is definitely IR, but cannot find any device codes to speak of anywhere online)

For audio I'm using my old, now vintage, AIWA NSX-350M.  (device codes can be easily searched online, but the Skip1s available AIWA models do not seem to work)

Any help you guys can offer would be awesome.

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Thank you. Hang tight, I'm going to make this easier to add codes, but I have so much currently half done. You did the right thing, I recognize them as NEC codes. Give me some time, I'm trying to do a ton of updates at the moment.

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No doubt.  Thank you.  It's interesting diving into the codes a bit.  I'm curious to know what you guys used to analyze signals during development?

The monitor is NEC, but none of the group codes w/ 0.9.4 work.  The stereo is AIWA codes but old.  We're talking circa '93.  Call me old fashioned but I like an analog aesthetic with audio.  Can't beat simple L/R stereo system.

Looking forward to the update!

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