Pimatic plugin to monitor & control a Denon AV Receiver over a network connection.
Status of Implementation
The feature set so far:
- presence sensor for the power status which also provides information about the master volume and selected input source
- power switch to switch the AVR on or off (standby)
- mute switch to mute and unmute the master volume
- master volume control
- input selector
- support for controlling multiple zones
- auto-discovery for upcoming pimatic v0.9
- new: HTTP transport as an alternative to using telnet for recent AVR models
Additional features can be added easily and I am happy to do this on demand. I have tested the plugin thoroughly with Denon AVR 1200w. If you’re going to test it with other receivers please let me know about your findings. Contributions to the project are welcome. You can simply fork the project and create a pull request with your contribution to start with.
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- 20161001, V0.9.1
- Added HTTP transport which can be used with '11, '12, '13, and X series AVR and newer models released since 2014
- Improved volume control mapping between absolute, dB, and slider levels
- Added support for undocumented MVMAX (telnet transport, only)
- Added proper removal of event listeners to device destroy() methods to avoid potential resource leak