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Bernie Anderson Jr
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Where can I download a copy of each setup software? I'm also looking for a pdf version of the CP750 installation manual.

Thanks

Bernie

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Leo Enticknap
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Register on dolbycustomer.com .

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Nguyen Jack
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Pm me

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Jose Angel Velasco
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You can download it from:

freedcp.net

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Alan Gouger
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Can the CP750 be controlled using an ipad.

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Tony Bandiera Jr
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Yes, if you use a Crestron automation system and install the app...

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Alan Gouger
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No crestron. Any other option.

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Scott Norwood
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VNC or remote desktop to a computer running the CP750 setup software that is directly connected to the processor?

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Bernie Anderson Jr
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Thanks for the links. I forgot about the FreeDCP page. I signed up for Dolby and told them exactly what I needed it for and of course, they only gave me access to the most basic level. Whatever.

As for using the 750 software on the iPad. You can always connect your computer to the 750 and then run a VNC server off of it. Something like Real VNC and then download the Real VNC app on iPad. You need to set up a router to connect on the same network. If you log into the viewer on the iPad, you'll see your program on your laptop. I did this with the Barco Communicator program (another computer based program). At least with the DSS200 or Chrisite projector, you can VNC into it directly and don't need a computer

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Marlon Martins
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for android, there an app for the CP750. works great.

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Alan Gouger
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Martin is that the APK app? Its shows it is avail for both platforms but the download for the ipad times out.

http://apkforipad.com/CP750-Controller_APK-for-Ipad.html

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Bernie Anderson Jr
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It looks like it only is a controller and not a setup app so you can do EQ. Pretty cool, though.

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Bernie Anderson Jr
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In fairness, I checked the dolby customer website again and it seems now, I have access to all the software and manuals. Don't know what happened, but it went from access denied to fully accessible.

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