setAudioVolume "-N" not working on STR-DN860



  • I own a STR-DN860 (latest firmware - M29.R.0476 ) and I'm able to control the receiver's volume using setAudioVolume.
    However decreasing by 1 isn't working.
    I can set the "volume" parameter to any number and the volume changes to that number. Or I can set it to "+1" and it increases by 1.
    However sending "-1" also increases the volume.

    Does it work correctly for anybody?


  • DeveloperWorld

    We had what same result in earlier versions of the firmware for STR-DN1080 also, but I believe that is fixed for that receiver (don't have the possibility to test right now). Looks like the firmware for STR-DN860 is not updated since then (I don't know if the firmware will be updated for STR-DN860).



  • (edited) I specify an N value for the volume. Sure it means keeping track of the current volume, or you can (probably should) query that first. Not so handy if you are just wanting a simple script though.



  • @david It would be really great if Sony rolled out API updates to older models to tidy things up. Even if there are no other fixes, just the API updates.



  • @grolschie Yes, that's what I'm currently doing.
    Here's my AutoHotKey 2 script, perhaps someone finds it useful.
    It increases/decreases volume when middle mouse button is pressed together with volume up/down.

    ~Volume_Down & MButton::
    ~MButton & Volume_Down::
    {
    req := ComObject("WinHttp.WinHttpRequest.5.1")
    req.Open("POST", "http://192.168.0.110:10000/sony/audio")
    jsonbody := '{"method":"getVolumeInformation", "id":33, "params":[{}], "version":"1.1"}'
    req.Send(jsonbody)
    req.WaitForResponse()
    currVol := Integer(RTrim(SubStr(req.responseText, 94, 2),"}"))
    currVol--
    
    whr := ComObject("WinHttp.WinHttpRequest.5.1")
    whr.Open("POST", "http://192.168.0.110:10000/sony/audio")
    whr.SetRequestHeader("Content-Type", "application/json")
    voldown := '{ "method":"setAudioVolume", "id":98, "params":[{ "volume": "' . currVol . '"}], "version":"1.1" }'
    whr.Send(voldown)
    
    }
    
    ~Volume_Up & MButton::
    ~MButton & Volume_Up::
    {
    whr := ComObject("WinHttp.WinHttpRequest.5.1")
    whr.Open("POST", "http://192.168.0.110:10000/sony/audio")
    whr.SetRequestHeader("Content-Type", "application/json")
    jsonbody := '{ "method":"setAudioVolume", "id":98, "params":[ {"volume":"+1"}], "version":"1.1" }'
    whr.Send(jsonbody)
    }
    


  • @root Very cool. Thanks for sharing the script.


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