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Old 7th February 2012, 09:56 AM   #1
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Default Volume Control Kit/Controller to work with WMCE-remotes

Hallo folks,

I have a question regarding remote controllable volume controls.
Are there kits available that can receive signals from Windows Media Center Remotes? I use them with my music server and Jriver installed on it.
Since I do not want to attenuate digitally, but with my diy preamp, I thought it would be handy to use the same remote to control the motorized alps pot.

Are there kits or (more general) possibilities to use the WMCE remotes for other things, like the preamp?

Thank you
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