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User Name:iamnothim
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Location:Orange County CA
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About Me:Hello,
I'm Luc

Not a pro installer, but, I understand that this is a forum for professionals and I will respect that.

I have been in data communications for over 20 years. (Pre-Internet) I have been a Cisco Systems partner for many years. My clients were large corporations with offices throughout the world. I had two offices with 10 engineers including CCIE's. In the course of business I worked with several top structured cable companies. I participated in the design of cable plants and often worked with installers in certifying the installation. Answering service calls necessitated owning data analyzers and Fluke test gear. I sold the business several years back.

While building my home I had a cable contractor run and terminate a bundled Belden product that had 2 x RG6, 2 x CAT6, and 2 x FO. All are terminated in Leviton dirty panels. One MDF and 3 IDF's. I use Cisco Gig switches with POE to support Cisco Voip. I'm all Mac with AirPort Extreme WiFi.

Control gear: I designed and implemented a Lutron Homeworks Interactive system with 3 panels for RPM modules. Speced' all the components, keypad layout (Vario & Seetouch), engraving, and programed the HWI processor. A licensed electrician ran the control and voltage cable and termination to the RMP's I have a Crestron controller with a couple of CT1000 (I think) wall screens.
I hade a PAD-8 controlling audio to in room Paradyne ceiling speakers. Ai also had a Crestron RF touch remote. I farmed out the Crestron programming to Pepper Dash on the east coast. I say had, because Crestron requires a forklift upgrade with any new A/V technologies. IMO, great for professional installers, bad for homeowners. I tossed the Pad-8 and put in RedEye PRO.

I have completed all the RedEye Pro programming, with the exception to the Lutron HWI interface and a 3 x 5 audio matrix switch.

Why am I here? I found ya'll looking for knowledge on running audio over RG6. I found some great stuff. Thanks. I'm also looking for some direction with RedEye RS232 scripts. I found an Impact Acoustics 3 x 5 Matrix switch that switches 3 x 2 ch audio, component video, and toslink to 5 zones.

[Link: cablestogo.com]

Lutron Homeworks Interactive
Crestron
RedEye Pro
Atlona HDMI Extenders
8 zones
Anthem VM20
Sonance 12ch AMP
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Status:Long Time Member
Registered:November 16, 2012
- Has been a member for 9 years, 10 months, 9 days.
Forum Posts:11
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Last Post:March 29, 2022 20:14
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