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We apologize for the delay in responding to you. Yes, Kinivo 501BN is fully supported by harmony remotes. Kinivo 501BN and 301BN HDMI switches are available as device options in Harmony's software. In fact, many customers have reported successfully using harmony remotes, e.g. Logitech harmony remote, to operate Kinivo 501BN and 301BN.
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I'm not sure if the order really matters. You can play around with that though. One thing to know is that the Roku box is an always-on device. The switch is supposed to automatically go to the device that's on. It typically senses when I turn on the Blu-ray player or the Apple TV box and goes to those, even though a Roku box is also plugged in. You might have to use the remote from time to time. I don't find that to be too big a deal though.
Yes....the way it will work is by conecting your devices to the Kinivo and then the Kinivo to the Tv...all sound will be transfered ...then to hear it throug your stereo connect the TV to your receiver.
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Not knowing your home theater system I can only tell you how I have mine set up. Your Home theater should be hooked up to one of your HDMI inputs on your TV. Hook up your Roku 3, Chromecast, and DVR by HDMI to one of the Knivo inputs. The HDMI output from the Kinivo will go to an input on your TV. Lastly Connect a Optical Digital cable from your TV to the Input Digital Optical on your Home Theater. No mater which item i.e DVR sound will go through the TV to Home Theater. Video from any of the three Kinivo inputs will play on TV and your home theater will still play video on your TV. Sound from any of three Kinivo inputs will come out on your Home Theater.