(2016-10-23 12:28)IIIdefconIII Wrote:(2016-10-22 13:05)thenetstriker Wrote:(2016-10-18 21:30)Fredrick Wrote: Hey,
Just wanted to tag along, I've got the same problem. Havent got the same scientific method as you, but the remote that came with the reciever is definately very snappy in comparison. The delay is very noticable (i'm about 500ms myself), but the repeat is the worst.
Have tried with an IR reciever I bought, several Harmony's, and now with another IR reciever aswell. Same problem across the line unfortunately. Tried a Philips universial remote once, and it was fine. Unfortunately not as powerful as the Harmony. The IR reciever i'm using now is integrated in my new Intel NUC, running Windows 7 with latest drivers.
Did you get any further?
I've now also tried if a Flirc adapter is faster, but it is even slower. (About +70ms)
I think the only solution would be that Logitech optimizes the delay via software update, or that they would release some sort of an keyboard emulation usb stick that receives the radio signal from the remote directly.
The bluetooth keyboard solution is also slower, so this is also no solution.
you can setup the delay in logitech harmony software on pc/phone, 100% sure i saw this somewhere
I already tried several combinations of delay and repeat settings, but the delay does not get better.