Onkyo Receiver Get Volume back

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flinke flasche
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Onkyo Receiver Get Volume back

Post by flinke flasche » Thu May 29, 2014 4:36 pm

I need help to get a 2way feedback for the value.
I would like to show the number (Volume Level) on a Label.

The Get code is !1MVLQSTN but i get no info back.


flinke flasche
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Re: Onkyo Receiver Get Volume back

Post by flinke flasche » Thu May 29, 2014 7:13 pm

I have read this post,
but it does not work or i don't understand it. :(

for each Volume value i need a 2way feedback like:
MVL01 -> 1
MVL3B -> 59
etc. right?

On Page load i send the command !1MVLQSTN every 1 sec.
that i receive the info.

I would like to show wich level the Volume has.
What is the next step, or i'm completely wrong?

flinke flasche
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Re: Onkyo Receiver Get Volume back

Post by flinke flasche » Fri May 30, 2014 6:09 am

I found a solution :D

I created a action in the 2way feedback.
Double click on any volume value and create an action:
(Action when feedback conditions occurs)
Set a Label, choose Name of Label, Data = 1 (or 2, 3, 4 etc.)

stub
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Re: Onkyo Receiver Get Volume back

Post by stub » Sun Jun 15, 2014 2:20 am

I have volume feedback, display current audio mode (dolby, stereo, etc), and current input display working with Demopad from my TX-NR5007.

I telneted to the receivers IP/ port and copied the response from the receiver. Was rather annoying because Onkyo only allows telnet for one session at a time so I had to write down what I commanded, then copy and past the response, then build it in designer.(attached file)You can import the fruits of my labor under "configure 2 way".
Set command suffix to \x0D\x0A , UDP is unchecked, port is 60128, active connection is ticked, disconnect after command is not ticked, no initial command.

I then created 3 project labels for volume, audio mode, and input stat. Wherever you want the status, create a text box and assign the "dynamic label" under the text box options.

For some reason I cant seem to get mute to display correct though.
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Re: Onkyo Receiver Get Volume back

Post by Smarthuset AS » Sun Apr 17, 2016 11:37 pm

flinke flasche wrote:I found a solution :D

I created a action in the 2way feedback.
Double click on any volume value and create an action:
(Action when feedback conditions occurs)
Set a Label, choose Name of Label, Data = 1 (or 2, 3, 4 etc.)
Hi!

Care to share a demoproject-file ?
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Even B. Mangset
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