blueribb Posted August 27, 2015 Report Share Posted August 27, 2015 (edited) I spent the morning programming my old Harmony 510. First I had to use the Harmony software to enable every key I intended to use, then I used the Flirc software to program the dongle. Seemed pretty easy. Now for the test. It works BUT the IR lag and ultra-tight direction of pointing the remote is very poor. Also, I sometimes have to hit a button twice or more before the command is executed. I'm sick - this is not what I was hoping for. I tried my Intel NUC's front port, back port with extension cable and many, many different placements of the dongle. None produced usable results. My Harmony 510 works perfectly with both my Sony TV & Pioneer AVR. Both are very responsive to the remotes commands. The problem is the Flirc.I printed an eBay Pre-Paid Return Shipping Label and put it in my mailbox.Intel NUC DC53427HYE i5-3427UOpenELEC 5.95.4 Edited August 27, 2015 by blueribb Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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