Device Type: AV Surround Receiver
Denon AVR-4311CI IP v1.0
AV Surround Processor
Controls all of the standard functions and provides true feedback via TCP/IP.
This module will control all of the standard functions on a Denon AVR-4311CI AV
Surround Receiver via TCP/IP
The unit provides true feedback. Functions provided include main zone control, zone
2 control and zone 3 control, surround mode selection, surround speaker level
adjustments, and tuner band/preset selection. It is necessary to pulse the initialize
once to synchronize unit’s settings with the controller. This initialization takes
approximately 5 seconds.
Note: For surround mode selection, certain selections are only valid while certain
sources are selected. So choosing a particular surround mode may actually cause a
slightly different mode to be activated on the Denon system. However, since true
feedback is provided, the actual surround mode currently active will be reflected on
the output of this module. The AVR-4311CI has an available surround back amplifier
channel. If no surround back speakers are used in the main room, their amplifier
channels can be assigned for multi-zone use or the front speaker‘s Bi-Amp
connection. IPod and USB control are available at this time. Manufacturer states that
presets are made through menu structure of unit. Preset memory store functions
controlled from the panel are assigned to slots selected with preset up/down.
To check vendor firmware, hold status and return buttons and cycle power.
This module was tested with the Denon AVR-4311CI. Denon uses the same protocol
on most of their receivers. This module should also work on the following models:
CRESTRON HARDWARE REQUIRED:
SETUP OF CRESTRON HARDWARE:
TCP/IP Port 23
Firmware Package Version: .0003
Set Network Standby mode on by selecting MENU -> Manual Setup -> Network
Setup -> Other -> Network Standby. Set this parameter to ON.