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Thread: Well the AirClick is a real disappointment

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    Just like the radio shark

    This sounds just like the radio shark. We waited so long for it and all hoped it would finally offer an AM/FM solution for our cars.

    Then it gets released. There is no SDK available their app is buggy and you can't pick up AM channels. So in the end I don't think anyone really uses it.

    I am really suprised you got support from Griffen they just normally ignore us.
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    *cross fingers* hope the new winamp plugin actually comes out.

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    So the winamp pluggin would allow grider to work with the airclick for any windows software?
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    no, it should allow to control airclick using winamp, and to control winamp using girder
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    Has anyone tested this with Frodoplayer?
    Since Frodo uses WMP in the background, does it work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LESLIEx317537
    Has anyone tested this with Frodoplayer?
    Since Frodo uses WMP in the background, does it work?
    dont even waste your time

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    Aight, just checking. I'm trying to upgrade my CarPC for the 5th time now.

    I'm stuck between simple and complicated.

    The more stuff I add, the cooler and more features, but also more maintainance and troubles sometimes.
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    Have you checked out the Keyspan Media Remote?

    It's a small IR remote with 17 keys, nicely laid out. Bottom two keys on photo are Cycle (alt-tab in Windows?) and Menu.



    The IR receiver connects via a USB port on your computer or a powered USB hub. There are two models, the older Media Remote and the newer Express Remote. $20 and $30 respectively on Amazon at the moment, including a rebate. Both use the same driver, but the Express receiver can also be plugged into the USB port of an Airport Express with no driver, and it becomes a dedicated iTunes remote.

    When not connected via APEx, the button actions can be remapped on a PC or Mac. You can also use a regular IR remote with the receiver, if the remote can control a JVC VCR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MINI4cathy
    It's a small IR remote with 17 keys, nicely laid out. Bottom two keys on photo are Cycle (alt-tab in Windows?) and Menu.



    The IR receiver connects via a USB port on your computer or a powered USB hub. There are two models, the older Media Remote and the newer Express Remote. $20 and $30 respectively on Amazon at the moment, including a rebate. Both use the same driver, but the Express receiver can also be plugged into the USB port of an Airport Express with no driver, and it becomes a dedicated iTunes remote.

    When not connected via APEx, the button actions can be remapped on a PC or Mac. You can also use a regular IR remote with the receiver, if the remote can control a JVC VCR.
    But thats infrared not radio frequency
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