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    Audigy NX remote

    Hey anyone here using thier audigy nx remote to controll sound via winamp in media car? does it work or will i have to use girder?

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    my experience has been the volume control for the audigy works no matter what program you're in. the other features, however, seem to only work with the audigy player.
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    hmm ok. well since it is a infrared device can i use girder for it? or can I not because the Ir device is the Audigy Nx sound card?

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    You need an IR receiver that can recognize your remote, and that works with Girder...like the USB-UIRT. If the remote uses some non-standard carrier frequency, then you're out of luck unless someone writes a plugin to support the sound card as a n IR device.

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    makes sense. Hey does anyone know if i can use my lilliput remote to turn off and on the monitor? Or do you have to physically press the power button or do what Mastero did?

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    I'm using my the remote from my Audigy with the Creative IR reciver and Girder. It works perfectly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudical
    I'm using my the remote from my Audigy with the Creative IR reciver and Girder. It works perfectly.
    Which reciever are you using? The Audigy 2 NX unit or the Creative Serial Port unit?
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    the Creative Serial Port. I'm just using the remote from the Audigy. But I've tried using girder with the Audigy reciver and it works too (but that's on my home PC).

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    Cool, I have the Audigy 2 NX in my Car and don't use it for IR since it's under my back seat. But I do have the Creative Reciever going througha Belkin Serial to USB converter. Right now, I'm using the Creative Credit Card remote.

    But now that you mention it, I'm gonna grab the Audigy 2 NX remote and see if it works in the car. Right now my Audigy 2 NX remote is being used in my HomePC with the IRMan.

    I'm thinking of getting another NX 2 unit so if the remote works that would be cool. I could have the same remote at home and in the car.
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