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So, in doing some googling and having just read
http://www.blushingpenguin.com/mark/blog/?p=24 I'm starting to get this
impression that Hauppage's *on card* (i.e. not MCE kits they include
with some hardware) IR receiver/blasters are not "real" (for lack of a
better term) IR blasters but a limited, "canned set" of IR blaster codes
That is, you cannot really program whatever IR you want to blast. You
can only ask the IR blaster to blast from a limited set of predefined
codes. Is my understanding correct?
And that means that if I have some device that is not already in their
canned set of codes, then this IR-blaster-like device is useless to me,
is that right?
So, for example, the lirc.conf from this message
http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/message.php?msg_id=29187420 in this
is in no way at all, ever going to be supported by the HVR-1600's IR