Onkyo Network Remote Feedback and Discussion

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Re: Onkyo Network Remote Feedback and Discussion

I turned on debug logging and I can see it get's an command for input-selector 18, but I guess that's not mapping to anything?

That isn't a known/valid option according to my documentation. :-) I may be able to add it in fairly easily though... can you use the Plugin menu to send this command and see if it changes to that TV input (not the description since it isn't a mapping, but if it will execute the change of the Onkyo's input): SLI18

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Thu Mar 22, 2018 1:50 pm
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Well, sending SLI18 didn't work, so I starting trying other numbers and found that SLI12 does the trick:

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   Onkyo Network Remote Plugin Threaddebug Command queue has 1 command(s) waiting
   Onkyo Network Remote Plugin Debug Sending eISCP Command: SLI12
   Onkyo Network Remote Plugin Threaddebug Send command completed.
   Onkyo Network Remote Plugin Threaddebug Received w/o Command: ('input-selector', 18)
   Onkyo Network Remote Plugin Threaddebug Received w/o Command: ('listening-mode', 'theater-dimensional')
   Onkyo Network Remote Plugin Threaddebug Found response match: listeningModeQuery
   Onkyo Network Remote Plugin Debug Effect execution: Update state "listeningMode" to "theater-dimensional"


That's confusing, why would it call it input-selector 18, but the command is 12?

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mbordas wrote:
That's confusing, why would it call it input-selector 18, but the command is 12?


Because it was built by hardware engineers alone... :lol:

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jay (support) wrote:
mbordas wrote:
That's confusing, why would it call it input-selector 18, but the command is 12?


Because it was built by hardware engineers alone... :lol:


Sounds like something a software engineer would say..


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durosity wrote:
Sounds like something a software engineer would say..


Yep, because we always know better than those nerds...

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mbordas wrote:
That's confusing, why would it call it input-selector 18, but the command is 12?


All the trash talk notwithstanding, you do realize that 18 decimal = 12 hex?

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That's confusing, why would it call it input-selector 18, but the command is 12?

So this is interesting... as others have pointed out, all numbers in the Onkyo protocol use hexadecimal; that isn't the interesting part, what is interesting is that normally they come back in hex too, so it is returning a standard integer in base 10 but requiring it to be sent in base 16. This is completely different than their other messages but hey we can work with it. I'll add it to the plugin - this is considered a TV input or is that a label you gave it?

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As I said - hardware engineers... :lol:

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Re: Onkyo Network Remote Feedback and Discussion

I tried both those commands and could not initiate an Internet radio stream. For the more, I upgraded to the new plug-in version and now my FM/a.m. radio selection no longer works. Any thoughts? Also, regarding the Internet radio thing, the plug-in has source selection etc.… Is it possible to add “play“ and “pause” functions so that Internet radio streams can be started and paused?

Okay, so the docs on this are horrible, but I found a couple of other possibilities... Give these a try via the Send Arbitrary Command feature:

NTCPLAY
NTCSTOP

NTC1 ... NTC2... NTC3 (see if these are the presets)
NTC01 ... NTC02 (or see if these are the presets)

I found a slight formatting issue with tuning - try tuning with a full station number, for instance 5 digits for AM (use 01150 instead of just 1150). This will be fixed in the next version, just might give you a working changer now. HOWEVER, my receiver is now sending back an unintelligible value for the currently tuned station. This must have changed in a firmware update at some point, but I can't figure it out right now as it is just some integer that doesn't obviously correspond to the station tuned. Still looking into that.

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Re: Onkyo Network Remote Feedback and Discussion

I turned on debug logging and I can see it get's an command for input-selector 18, but I guess that's not mapping to anything?

This will be available in the next version... I double checked and it is not listed as a valid input number in any of the open source repos out there that use the eISCP commands - is this a newer receiver or something?

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Can't say for sure, as I searched for this model here and came up with nothing, butthis likely works with this plugin.

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Re: Onkyo Network Remote Feedback and Discussion

Yeah, I would expect that model to work - similar ones are known to and, in fact, nearly all of their receivers are compatible... Onkyo has been pretty good about compatibility.

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