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Thread: Yamaha RX-V1500 Serial and Control (JYamaha)

  1. #91
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    Jens,

    First, thanks for developing the lua scripts. I was afraid that I was going to have to develop something from scratch.

    I have an Rx-V1000, and your code was a great starting point. After making a few relatively minor modifications I now have complete control of my receiver.

    I'm very new to LUA scripting and to Girder, but it hasn't been too difficult so far. I do have a few questions:

    In the function Jyamaha.DecodeInit, you define POnStr. This appears to be a string used to relate data from the receiver to the registers. Is that correct? If so, how did you determine the appropriate values (e.g. [18]="20" - where does the "18" come from?)? The function is assigning a lot of nil values, and I assume that it is the result of a different mapping for the RX-V1000.

    Communcation and control are good, only the DecodeInit seems to yield incorrect results for my receiver.

    Thanks again.

    Mark

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    [18] is a table position,

    So [18] = 20 sets the table[18] to = 20
    Thx, Dan

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    That makes sense, and helps me understand the code a little better (I haven't had the time yet to learn the language syntax).

    But... how did Jens know that table position 18 holds/should hold the receiver power state data (register 20)? The Yamaha RS232 interface data identifies RCMD0, 1 20 = Power.

    Thanks

    Mark

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    Umm... Nevermind.

    I figured it out.

    Most of the commands for the RX-V1000 are similar to the RX-V1500, but the configuration command data is significantly different.

    Anyway, I made the appropriate changes, and all works properly now.

    Mark

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    This is working perfect with my Yamaha RXV1500!
    After reading this post I could control my yamaha from girder 100% perfect.
    I am new to girder and it took me 4 minutes including the search for my rs232 cable.
    Thanks!!

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    That's great

    Quote Originally Posted by atlewee View Post
    This is working perfect with my Yamaha RXV1500!
    After reading this post I could control my yamaha from girder 100% perfect.
    I am new to girder and it took me 4 minutes including the search for my rs232 cable.
    Thanks!!

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    The control part is working perfect! Very nice plugin
    I have tried to understand the .lua files.
    But I cant figure out how to set the volume to ex. -20db or -50db
    Is this possible??

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    Hi There,

    Probably a long dead thread....But i'm having a play with it anyway. I have a Yamaha DSP-AX1 and it seems to part work - Well The ccf buttons do something, but 2 way feedback is curently broken.

    NetRemote.SendLabel(NRVariable, JYamaha.Registers[Register])

    Has a problem...something about setvariable, but just altering the word gives feedback errors, even if G4 seems ok !

    Any ideas before i start delving ???

    Ta,
    Lee

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    Thumbs up Where to find jyamaha ?

    Hello,

    This is an old thread and it is not clear to me where to find the latest version of jyamaha.lua .
    If anyone can send a pointer it would be much appreciated.

    BR
    Peter

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    Know this is a very old thread, but trying to get this to work with my RX-V2500 in Girder 5....Anyone have it working ?

    I downloaded the attached files; installed -
    JYamaha.lua > Girder/luascript
    Yamaha_RX-V1500_207.lua > Girder/plugins/serial

    Went into Girder Settings / plugins and assigned COM Port 2 to Yamaha RX-V1500 (no other Com port options available to set that I could find)
    ** I get back error message 'Communications NOT Successful'

    Wondering if it is an issue with the cable connections ? Based on the Yamaha documentation, I have made up a serial cable as follows:
    From RX-V2500 to PC
    pin 3 > pin 2
    pin 2 > pin 3
    pin 5 > pin 5
    pin 8 > pin 7
    pin 7 > pin 8

    Anyone have any suggestions where to look/test ?
    ........
    Update - problem solved; bad serial cable - plugin still working ;-)
    thxs.
    Last edited by freezer; January 23rd, 2012 at 08:49 AM.

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