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Onkyo tx NR676
#11
Where did you find the file? Can you post a link?
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George M
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#12
Sorry George for hijacking your thread

While at it, can you also look if your files have Integra DSX-3 and DLB-5, got these for two space-saving (1U) AVR installs
These are exactly the same models, the DLB-5 is a soundbar, the other has speaker connectors.
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#13
I don't see anything with a DSX or DLB prefix. You sure those are actually of the same ilk as the regular AVR models, i.e. that they provide a serial interface and all that? I see some DRX ones, there's a DRX-3.1.
Dean Roddey
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#14
they do not have serial port, only ethernet, but but I believe the same protocol is available on ethernet as on serial

http://www.integrahometheater.com/Produc...=prodClass
http://www.integrahometheater.com/Produc...=prodClass

I can discover and control them over tcpip on port 60128 using a python program I found somewhere on github
Going through the list of available models in the driver, many work more or less, but than driver disconnects whenever gets a message it does not understand or handle.
The DLB-5 is also known as HT-D03

https://github.com/miracle2k/onkyo-eiscp
This python implementation of the EISCP protocol seem to discover and control both of the above mentioned devices
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#15
I have searched previously many time, and never been successful to find a copy of the eiscp protocol which would have included the above Integra receivers, but today was lucky
Linking here from where I found this...

https://planet.neeo.com/media/80x3af/dow...2_o_2.xlsx
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#16
I added the TX-NR676 one, as best I could by eye. Try it when 5.2.917 comes out and see how it does. Let me know if it goes off line, so that we can get a log dump and see what caused it.
Dean Roddey
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#17
Can you make a driver pack? I'm still on 5.2.10.
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George M
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#18
OK, it's attached. I think it should be fine on 5.2.10.


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.cqcdrvpack   Onkyo_TX-NR676.CQCDrvPack (Size: 34.23 KB / Downloads: 1)
Dean Roddey
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#19
It installed fine. When first installed, after a few minutes, it did go off line with the "Waiting for com resource" once. I rebooted my MS and it has been up since. We'll see what happens over night.
As for the Inputs. Can you have more than one Input verbiage go to same code. i.e. Video 2 and CBL/SAT go to :01;
On these newer units it seems to be:
Video 1 = BD/DVD
Video 2 = CBL/SAT
Video 3 = Game
Video 6 = PC

It is not critical since once I know what each is then it gets programmed in and then its connected to a template button.
Some of the audio modes don't sync but again I never use those in programming so its not important to me.

Is it possible to include the HDMI OUT's?
I switch outputs depending on if it is going to TV or Projector.

Anyway thanks for this. Now I feel comfortable keeping this receiver.
Thanks
George M
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#20
The generic way the driver is done means they all share a common name set for the inputs, modes, etc... I'm not sure if they guy supports the HDMI outs stuff or not. I just copied and modified the bits for the next closest model, but maybe it didn't support that. I can look at it tomorrow.
Dean Roddey
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