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have just finished work on controling my own player using a remote control ( an old tv & vid one ). I bought an IRMAN ( Dead cheap and works!!) for £20 ( gets delivered in 3 days ).
The OCX they supply on their web site it as slow as hell and dosnt allow for different delays on the buttons ( fast for volume etc, delay for next track ).

..Anyway,, wrote a control from ground up using direct communication with their unit, NO additional file required. Dead easy to implement into your app.

If anybody wants it let me know, it’s just an ocx but not commented that well. Was battered when i wrote it.

reply with your email or just leave a message and i’ll post
for info on IRMAN, search in google

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I d rather prefer OpenSource project like [url=http://winlirc.sourceforge.net:305sqrtu]WinLirc[/url:305sqrtu] (oh yes ..i admit it, it is because i hate ocx) 😆

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hmmm, it’s good, but it does not support IRMAN, the code is about 25 lines in total. so there’s no need for it to be in an ocx. IRMAN requires the sending init codes to the device and to reconfirm upon received and OK code.

…and irman is dirt cheap !!!!!

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erf ! Exact, it doesn’t support the Irman interface, yet, sorry 😛

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You can use ctIRMan (which requires mswinsck.ocx: http://www.ctuser.net) together with WinLIRC to control your player with any compatible remote control

(Works via WM_Command – windows messaging service)

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Yeah…except IRman….phew….they dont’ get it

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I build my own IR Receiver but it works so-so.

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