Universal Remote Control URC-4041 User`s guide

Universal Remote Control
URC User’s Guide (North America Edition)
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Table of Contents
Declaration of Conformity ................................................................................................................................................ 3
1.1
Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................... 4
2.1
Loading Batteries ...................................................................................................................................................... 4
Control using RF URC .......................................................................................................................................... 5
RAP Installation (in remote room) ............................................................................................................................. 6
Connecting STB to the TV coax network .................................................................................................................. 7
Janus without Tuner Connection ............................................................................................................................... 7
Janus with Tuner Connection .................................................................................................................................... 7
Amulet F1 Connection............................................................................................................................................... 7
RF URC Registration ................................................................................................................................................ 8
3.1
Control using IR URC ........................................................................................................................................... 9
4.1
IR Reception Range ................................................................................................................................................ 10
Controlling Your Television and other A/V Devices ............................................................................................ 11
To Program a TV or AUX device............................................................................................................................. 12
Toggle Power Key Punch-through Functionality ..................................................................................................... 12
Toggle Volume Key Punch-through Functionality ................................................................................................... 12
Auto Search Procedures ......................................................................................................................................... 13
Appendix A – Device Code............................................................................................................................................ 14
Appendix B – Other Features ........................................................................................................................................ 24
Showing URC 4 Firmware Version ......................................................................................................................... 24
Showing Programmed Device Code ....................................................................................................................... 24
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Declaration of Conformity
The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized
modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
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Chapter
1
1.1
Introduction
The Entone Universal Remote Control v4.x (URC 4) is designed to work either on Radio Signals (RF) or InfraRed (IR).
It can control Janus Media Hub using RF from another room where is not at direct sight distance from the Janus. Or, it
can use IR to control Amulet High Definition IP Television Receiver at direct sight distance. The URC 4 can also be
used to control other A/V devices such as TV, DVD player and audio equipment using IR. There are two types of
Entone URC 4: IR only (IR URC) and IR+RF (RF URC). IR URC is included in the package of Janus/Amulet while RF
URC is included in Entone Second Stream Kit.
Loading Batteries
The URC 4 comes with AA-size batteries, which need to be installed when you first receive your system. When
you replace old batteries, you should replace all of the batteries. Use batteries of the same kind, for example
alkaline or carbon zinc, and do not mix batteries of different kinds. Alkaline batteries last longer than carbon zinc.
Warning: Mixing old and new batteries or different types of batteries poses a fire hazard.
To load batteries to URC 4:
1. Press down on the battery cover’s top latch and slide the cover off.
2. If you are changing out batteries, take out all of the old batteries.
3. Put the new batteries in. Make sure you match the plus ( “+” ) ends with the plus markings on the battery
case.
4. Slide the cover back into place.
Figure 1-1 Loading Batteries to URC 4
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Chapter
2
2.1
Controlling STB using RF URC
Janus is a multi-television media hub. It can support multiple outputs in multiple rooms viewing different
channels or TV programs. Amulet is a single output video receiver. You can connect Amulet to a primary
output only.
You can use RF URC 4 to control Janus/Amulet using radio signals (RF). These radio signals travel over
long distances and go though walls and other solid objects. You must connect the Remote Antenna
Package (RAP) to the rear panel of the Janus/Amulet.
Your Janus/Amulet comes with one IR URC 4 to be used for output 1 (primary). (Additional RF URC 4 can
be purchased separately.) Your RF URC 4 must be registered to one of the 2 outputs (primary or
secondary) before it can be used. One RF URC 4 can only be registered to one output. However, you can
register at most 3 RF URC 4 to an output. After registration, you need to use the corresponding RF URC 4
to control the outputs.
Figure 2-1 Controlling STB using RF URC 4
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Here are some principles of the remote registration method:
Each output allows a maximum of 3 RF URC 4 to be registered and a registration list is maintained. If
the user has registered 3 RF URC 4 and tries to register another RF URC 4, the first registered RF
URC 4 will be removed from the registration list. This works as a first-in-first-out fashion.
Each RF URC 4 can only be registered for one output. If user tries to register a RF URC 4 which is
already registered to another output, that remote registration will be removed from the original
registration list.
The registration list is maintained in order. If the secondly registered RF URC 4 is removed from the list,
the third entry will move forth to the second and the third will be blank for a new RF URC 4 to be
registered.
You must install the Remote Antenna Package (RAP) comes with Entone Second Stream Kit before doing
the registration. Please refer to the following sections for installing the RAP.
RAP Installation (in remote room)
Please follow the following diagram to install the RAP. The RAP is used to enhance the URC radio
frequency transmission using the TV coax cable network in your home.
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2
Plug the RAP into the TV.
Connect the TV coax cable to the RAP and the TV coax network wall outlet.
Figure 2-2 Attaching Remote Antenna Package
NOTE: Don’t let the antenna touch anything.
ATTENTION: If your URC 4 isn’t working very well from far away, you may be experiencing interference
from objects near your receiver. To improve your URC 4’s reception range, try to adjust the antenna
orientation using screwdriver as shown. You may need to try different antenna orientation to achieve the
best reception.
Figure 2-3 Adjusting Antenna Orientation
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Connecting STB to the TV coax network
Connect the Entone STB to the TV coax network wall outlet according to whether you are using an Entone
Janus or Amulet STB. The rear panel of actual product may vary.
1. Janus without Tuner Connection: Connect the Janus “MATV” or “TV OUT” output to the TV coax
network as shown.
Figure 2-4 Connecting Janus without Tuner
2. Janus with Tuner Connection: Connect the Janus “MATV” or “TV OUT” and “RF IN” or “CABLE/ANT
IN” output to the TV coax network as shown using a 3-way splitter (which is not provided).
Figure 2-5 Connecting Janus with Tuner
3. Amulet F1 Connection: Connect the Amulet “REMOTE CONTROL” and “COAX” or ”TV OUT” output to
the TV coax network as shown using a 3-way splitter (which is not provided).
Figure 2-6 Connecting Amulet
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RF URC Registration
You may need to register the RF URC to the STB before you can use the remote. The RF URC registration
procedures may vary for different middleware and TV service running in the Entone STB. Please refer to
the TV service user guide for detailed RF URC registration procedures.
Below lists the general RF URC registration procedures (NOTE: Refer to your TV service user guide for
exact RF URC registration procedures):
1. Press and hold the “OK” button on the STB front panel for 5 seconds until the touch panel backlight is
flashing. The STB is now in URC registration mode.
Figure 2-5 Janus in Remote Registration Mode
NOTE: If registration is not completed in 30 seconds, the touch panel backlight will stop flashing.
2. Press “STB” button once on the URC.
3. Press and hold the “STB” button on the URC for 5 seconds until the “STB” button backlight is on.
4. Press “STB” button once again. Both the “STB” and “AUX” button backlight will illuminate.
5. Press “1” or “2” to register the URC to output 1 (primary) or output 2 (secondary) (depending on the
middleware).
Upon successful registration, the STB POWER indicator will flash once and the touch panel backlight
will stop flashing.
NOTE:
The POWER key can be configured to control both the STB and TV while the URC 4 is in “STB” mode,
please refer to the section “Toggle Power Key Punch-through Functionality” in Chapter 4 for details.
The Volume +/- and MUTE key can be configured to control both the STB and TV while the URC 4 is in
“STB” mode, please refer to the section “Toggle Volume Key Punch-through Functionality” in Chapter 4
for details.
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Chapter
3
3.1
Controlling STB using IR URC
Unlike RF, you do not need to do remote registration in order to use URC 4 to control Janus/Amulet through
IR. The remote comes with Janus/Amulet is IR URC 4. However, you have to program the RF URC 4
comes with Entone Second Stream Kit to use IR mode.
To set the RF URC 4 to use IR to control Janus/Amulet:
1. On the URC 4, press and hold the “STB” button for approx. 5 seconds. The “STB” button backlight will
illuminate. Now the URC 4 is in registration mode.
2. On the URC 4, press “STB” once again. Both the “STB” and “AUX” button backlight will illuminate.
3. Press “0” to set RF URC 4 to IR mode only. The RF URC 4 will not send any RF signal.
The “STB” button backlight on the URC 4 will blink twice to indicate that the setting was successful.
Pressing a key other than “0”, “1”, “2”, “3” or a button is not pressed within 30 seconds, the “STB”
backlight will blink rapidly for 7 times to indicate an error and then extinguish, and the URC 4
registration process will be terminated.
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IR Reception Range
IR signals travel only short distances (40 feet or less), and cannot go through walls or other solid
objects. You must point the URC 4 to the STB, with no objects blocking the line of sight.
Figure 3-4 IR Reception Range
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4
4.1
Controlling Your Television and other A/V Devices
The URC 4 can also be used to control TVs and other A/V devices such as DVD players and recorders.
The URC 4 uses InfraRed (IR) light signals to control other devices that the remote is programmed to
control. IR signals travel only short distances (40 feet or less), and cannot go through walls or other solid
objects. You must point the URC 4 directly at these devices, with no objects blocking the line of sight.
Figure 4-1 Controlling Devices using URC 4
You can program URC 4 to control one TV and one AUX device. Use the remote control’s mode keys (i.e.,
“STB”, “TV”, or “AUX”) to control a specific device. When pressed, the selected mode key will light up
confirming your choice. Then you can use the URC 4 to control your STB, TV or AUX device.
You have to program the URC 4 what TV and AUX devices you are using by either 1) entering the 4-digit
device code 2) doing an auto search.
NOTE:
The POWER key can be configured to control both the STB and TV while the URC 4 is in “STB” mode,
please refer to the section “Toggle Power Key Punch-through Functionality” in Chapter 4 for details.
The Volume +/- and MUTE key can be configured to control both the STB and TV while the URC 4 is in
“STB” mode, please refer to the section “Toggle Volume Key Punch-through Functionality” in Chapter 4
for details.
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To Program a TV or AUX device
1. Locate the device code for your desired device in the device code table provided in the Appendix. If you
could not find the device code for your device or it does not work after trying the listed device codes for
your device brand, then you can go to the next section to try the auto search procedures.
2. Turn on your device and with media inserted (if applicable).
3. On the remote control, press a device mode key for 5 seconds (i.e., “TV” or “AUX”). The device mode
key will light up.
NOTE: Use the “AUX” mode key to program control of VCR, DVD player, cable box, satellite set-topbox and audio device.
4. Enter the four-digit device code for you device. If you perform this procedure correctly, the selected
device mode key backlight will blink twice.
NOTE: If you enter an invalid device code, the selected device mode key will fast blink 7 times. Device
program mode will be terminated.
5. Aim the remote control at your device and press the “POWER” once. The device should be turned off.
If it does not respond, repeat the above steps.
NOTE: In the programming mode if no key is received within 30s, the device mode key backlight will
blink rapidly for 7 times to indicate an error and then extinguish, and the programming mode will end.
Toggle Power Key Punch-through Functionality
By default, if the remote control is in STB mode, the URC Power button switches STB off ONLY. To control
the URC Power button functionality to switch off either both the TV and/or STB, do the following:
1. Press and hold the “STB mode key for 5s. The “STB” device mode key backlight will light up.
2. Press “POWER” key once.
3. Either do the following:
a. Press 1 to control both the STB and TV, OR
b. Press 0 to control the STB ONLY
NOTE: In the programming mode if no key is received within 30s, the device mode key backlight will blink
rapidly for 7 times to indicate an error and then extinguish, and the programming mode will end.
Toggle Volume Key Punch-through Functionality
By default, Vol +/- and MUTE keys are sent to STB only when URC is in STB mode.
Punch-through function for those keys is enabled at the same time when programming the device code for
TV or AUX. That is:
1. If user program device code for a TV device, the punch through function will be configured for TV at the
same time.
2. If user program device code for an AUX device, the punch through function will be configured for AUX
at the same time.
To disable the Punch-through function for those keys, do the following:
1. Press and Hold STB for 5 seconds, then STB led will switch on.
2. Press STB key once again, then both STB and AUX led will switch on.
3. Press 0
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Auto Search Procedures
If your device does not respond to the remote control after trying all devices codes listed for you brand, or if
your brand is not listed at all, try searching for your device code as follows:
1. Turn on your TV or your A/V device.
2. On the remote control, press a device mode key (i.e., “TV” or “AUX”) and hold for 5s. The device mode
key will light up.
NOTE: Use the “AUX” mode key to program control of VCR, DVD player, cable box, satellite set-topbox and audio device.
3. Press the “POWER” key once.
4. Aim the remote control at the device. Press either the “CH UP” key or “CH DOWN” key to do device
auto-scan:
a. Press the “CH UP” key to start searching upward at an approx. 5 seconds interval for each device
code. The TV/AUX mode key will be on and blink every 5 seconds while in the device scan mode.
NOTE: In this search mode, the remote control will send IR codes from the library starting from the
lowest code set number to the end of code set for that device; OR
b. Press the “CH DOWN” key to start searching downward at an approx. 5 seconds interval for each
code set. The TV/AUX mode key will be on and blink every 5 seconds while in the device scan
mode.
NOTE: In this search mode, the remote control will send IR codes from the highest code set number to
the beginning of code set of that device.
5. If the device turns off, a working code has been found. Press OK once to lock in the code. The selected
mode key will blink twice
6. If all code sets of that device is exhausted in the search and the OK is not pressed, the selected device
key will fast blink 7 times and the search mode will be terminated.
NOTE: During the auto-scan, you can press “UP” arrow or “DOWN” arrow to advance to the next device
code immediately without waiting for 5 seconds. You can also use “UP” arrow or “DOWN” arrow to change
the direction of the search.
NOTE: In the programming mode if no key is received within 30s, the device mode key backlight will blink
rapidly for 7 times to indicate an error and then extinguish, and the programming mode will end.
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Appendix
Appendix A – Device Code
Your URC 4 can control many brands and models of television, VCR, DVD and other types of audio-visual equipment.
The following pages list device codes for many categories and brands of equipment. Many brands list more than one
code, and you may need to test several codes to find the best match for your equipment. Your equipment may be
supported even if your brand is not shown in the list below. If you cannot locate your brand, or none of the listed device
codes works, then you may still use the Auto-Search feature to try to locate a suitable device code. Instructions for using
the Auto-Search feature are located on page 13 of this guide.
TV - Digital TV
Samsung
0163
Zenith
0165
TV - HD Plasma Display
RCA
0242, 0262
TV - HDTV
Apex
0083
Daewoo
0267
Hitachi
0091
ILO
0094
JVC
0071
Mitsubishi 0111, 0238, 0013,
0147
Panasonic 0311, 0012
Philips
0192, 0303, 0000,
0244
Proscan
0138
RCA
0138, 0158, 0140,
0262
Sampo
0055
Sharp
0198
Sony
0236, 0035, 0043,
0231
Zenith
0103, 0105
TV - HDTV Monitor
Brillian
0184
Panasonic 0161
Philips
0217
RCA
0282
Sears
0184
TV - HDTV Projection Monitor
Panasonic 0215, 0299, 0310
14
Pioneer
0010, 0058
Zenith
0091
TV - HDTV Projection TV
Panasonic 0196
Sony
0236
TV - LCD HDTV
Akai
0108
ILO
0059
Olevia
0142
Polaroid
0212
Syntax
0142
Westinghous 0021
e
Zenith
0018
TV - LCD Projection TV
Epson
0247
LG
0207
Panasonic 0033
Sony
0243, 0053, 0292
TV - LCD TV
Akai
0270
AOC
0275
Audiovox
0205, 0003, 0150
Benq
0028
Coby
0306
Dell
0070, 0256, 0230
Emerson
0115
Emprex
0134
Funai
0144
Hisense
0109
HP
0191
Initial
0271
Insignia
JVC
LG
Magnavox
Maxent
Mintek
Mitsubishi
NEC
NET-TV
Norcent
Olevia
Panasonic
Philips
Polaroid
RCA
Samsung
Sansui
Sanyo
Sharp
Sony
Sylvania
Syntax
Tatung
Toshiba
Trutech
0139
0251,
0148,
0172
0044,
0098
0271
0238
0149
0197
0275
0168
0253,
0117,
0034,
0130,
0281,
0242
0187,
0177,
0283,
0199
0031,
0008,
0084,
0294,
0243,
0126,
0144,
0168
0092
0042,
0206
0101, 0194
0308, 0040,
0271
0038, 0285,
0291
0112
0089, 0078,
0167
0166, 0234,
0057, 0093,
0296, 0180
0298
0160, 0219,
0241, 0060,
0074
0155, 0035,
0090
0115, 0284
0222, 0064
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Viewsonic
0021, 0085, 0107,
0026, 0290, 0174,
0082, 0277, 0255,
0069, 0304
Vizio
0002
Westinghous 0021, 0063, 0054
e
Zenith
0146
TV - LCD TV/PC Monitor
Sampo
0280
TV - LCD TV/Tuner Combo
Polaroid
0130
TV - Plasma Display
Acer
0229
Daewoo
0067
Fujitsu
0240
Funai
0250
Panasonic 0195
Pioneer
0203, 0077, 0065
Samsung
0171, 0118, 0095,
0258
Toshiba
0099
Viewsonic 0156, 0106
Zenith
0183, 0214, 0226
TV - PLASMA TV
Akai
0201
Elite
0213
Gateway
0269
Hewlett
0123
Packard
HP
0191
ILO
0237
LG
0133, 0172
Magnavox 0047, 0025
Panasonic 0033, 0104, 0179
Pioneer
0213
Samsung
0166, 0254
Sanyo
0131
Sony
0155
SVA
0185
Viewsonic 0080
Vizio
0002
TV - Plasma TV Monitor
Akai
0170
Fujitsu
0252, 0049, 0260,
0186, 0257
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Hitachi
0091, 0041, 0080,
0314
Marantz
0224
NEC
0224
NET-TV
0004
Panasonic 0039
Pioneer
0208
Plasmsync 0224
Sony
0289, 0086
Toshiba
0224, 0120
Zenith
0011
TV - Projection HDTV
Sharp
0313, 0246
TV - Projection TV
Hitachi
0091, 0066, 0141,
0100, 0020, 0261,
0235
JVC
0071, 0248
Magnavox 0202
Mitsubishi 0263, 0111, 0238,
0013, 0147, 0073,
0137
Panasonic 0033, 0196, 0110
Philips
0132
Pioneer
0152
RCA
0138, 0158
Samsung
0007, 0300, 0218,
0119
Sharp
0127
Sony
0243, 0178, 0135,
0125
Toshiba
0307, 0159, 0081,
0006
Zenith
0164
TV - TV
Admiral
0223, 0288, 0129
Advent
0312
Adventura 0143
Aiwa
0124
Akai
0153, 0177, 0046,
0287
Alleron
0268
America
0097
Action
Amtron
0182
Anam
0097
Anam
National
AOC
Apex
Apex Digital
Audiovox
Aventura
Belcor
Bell &
Howell
Benq
Bradford
Brockwood
Broksonic
0279, 0182
0239,
0249,
0227
0182,
0295
0308
0223,
0079
0182,
0308
0097,
0046,
Candle
0143,
Carver
0122
Celebrity
0153
Celera
0227
Changhong 0227
Citizen
0182,
0061
Clarion
0097
Colortyme 0308
Colt
0076
Concerto
0308
Contec
0097
Contec/Cony 0182
Craig
0182,
Crosley
0122
Crown
0182,
CTX
0027
Curtis
0017,
0122,
Mathes
0129
CXC
0182,
Cytron
0051,
Daewoo
0239,
0308,
Daytron
0308
Denon
0209
Diamond
0045,
Vision
Dimensia
0017
Dumont
0286,
0308
0264
0097
0014
0097
0288, 0032,
0199
0308
0221, 0308,
0097
0097
0014, 0221,
0209, 0308,
0097
0220
0062, 0274,
0061
0216, 0188
0308
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Durabrand
0048,
0288
Dwin
0129
Electroband 0153
Electrograph 0228
Electrohome 0153,
Emerson
0182,
0295,
0062,
0308,
Envision
0308
Epson
0301
ESA
0295,
Fisher
0014
Fujitsu
0268
Funai
0182,
0097,
Futuretech 0182,
Gateway
0228,
GE
0017,
0138,
0087
Gibralter
0286,
Goldstar
0239,
Grunpy
0182,
Haier
0048
Hallmark
0308
Harley
0169
Davidson
Harman/Kar 0122
don
Harvard
0182,
Havermy
0129
Hisense
0116
Hitachi
0209,
0308,
Ilo
0271
IMA
0182
Infinity
0122
Insignia
0001,
Janeil
0143
JBL
0122
JC Penney 0017,
0308
JCB
0153
Jensen
0308
16
0295, 0097,
0279, 0308
0268, 0014,
0097, 0288,
0032, 0162,
0276, 0061
0177
0268, 0295,
0169
0097
0173
0279, 0309,
0308, 0245,
0308
0308, 0030
0268, 0097
0097
0091, 0273,
0169
0278, 0211
0239, 0221,
JVC
Kawasho
KEC
Kenwood
KLH
Kloss
Novabeam
KTV
LG
Lloyd's
Logik
Luxman
LXI
Magnasonic
Magnavox
0102,
0259,
0153,
0097
0308
0227
0182,
0182,
0239
0169
0223
0308
0017,
0061
0122,
0308,
Magnin
0245
Majestic
0223
Marantz
0122,
Maxent
0228
Megatron
0209
Memorex
0223,
0288,
0075,
MGA
0239,
Midland
0286
Mitsubishi 0239,
0129,
Montgomery 0223
Ward
Motorola
0279,
MTC
0239,
Multitech
0182,
NEC
0279,
Net-TV
0228
Norcent
0116
Onwa
0182,
Optimus
0075
Optonica
0225,
Orion
0288,
Panasonic 0279,
0196,
0029,
Penney
0245,
0175, 0297,
0096, 0121
0308
0143
0097
0014, 0122
0022, 0009,
0276, 0169
0308
0239, 0014,
0144, 0019,
0030
0308, 0245
0263, 0308,
0087
0129
0221, 0308
0097
0239, 0308
0097
0129
0001, 0032
0056, 0036,
0190, 0176,
0075
0030
Philco
Philips
0279,
0050,
0279,
0128,
0308
0068,
Philips
Magnavox
Pilot
0308
Pioneer
0308
Polaroid
0227,
Portland
0239,
Price Club 0221
Prima
0312
Proscan
0017,
Proton
0308
Pulsar
0286,
Quasar
0279,
Radio Shack 0014,
Radio
0017,
Shack/Reali 0225,
stic
RCA
0017,
0266,
0242,
0005,
Realistic
0014,
Runco
0286
Sampo
0228,
Samsung
0239,
0233,
0308
Sansui
0288,
0032,
0169
Sanyo
0014,
Scott
0182,
0308
Sears
0017,
0145,
0308,
Sharp
0225,
0129
Sheng Chia 0129
Shogun
0308
Signature
0223
Sony
0153,
0154,
0037,
0239, 0122,
0308
0122, 0068,
0114, 0016,
0022, 0114
0204
0308
0138
0308
0075
0097, 0169
0182, 0014,
0308
0279, 0239,
0138, 0157,
0023, 0308,
0262, 0245
0097
0265, 0308
0221, 0232,
0177, 0193,
0316, 0001,
0046, 0199,
0308, 0245
0268, 0097,
0268, 0014,
0122, 0295,
0169, 0030
0308, 0113,
0243, 0072,
0302, 0305,
0169
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Soundesign 0182, 0268, 0097,
0308
Squareview 0145, 0295
SSS
0182, 0097, 0308
Starlite
0182, 0097
Superscan 0276, 0129
Supre-Macy 0143
Supreme
0153
Sylvania
0122, 0295, 0024,
0315, 0308, 0276
Symphonic 0182, 0145, 0295,
0097, 0272, 0169
Tandy
0129
Tatung
0279, 0173
Techwood 0308
Teknika
0223, 0239, 0182,
0268, 0221, 0122,
0097, 0308
Thomas
0169
TMK
0308
Toshiba
0014, 0221, 0200,
0136, 0015, 0293,
0189, 0046, 0052,
0210, 0151
TVS
0288
Vidikron
0122
Vidtech
0239, 0308
Viewsonic 0228
Viking
0143
Vizio
0173
Wards
0017, 0223, 0239,
0268, 0225, 0122,
0308
White
0288, 0062
Westinghous
e
Yamaha
0239, 0308
Zenith
0223, 0288, 0286,
0088, 0032, 0308,
0169
TV - TV Monitor
Sony
0181
TV - TV/DVD/Tuner Combo
Panasonic 0176
Sony
0126
17
TV - TV/DVD/VCR/Tuner Combo
Polaroid
0281
TV - TV/Tuner
Audiovox
0205, 0003
TV - TV/VCR Combo
Broksonic
0032
Citizen
0061
Colt
0076
Daewoo
0061
Emerson
0032, 0061
Funai
0169
GE
0245, 0087
Goldstar
0030
Harley
0169
Davidson
Hitachi
0169
Lloyd's
0169
Magnasonic 0061
Magnavox 0169
Magnin
0245
Memorex
0075, 0030
MGA
0245
Mitsubishi 0087
Optimus
0075
Orion
0032
Panasonic 0075
Penney
0245, 0030
Quasar
0075
RadioShack 0169
RCA
0245, 0087
Sansui
0032, 0169
Sanyo
0245
Sears
0169, 0030
Sony
0169
Symphonic 0169
Thomas
0169
Zenith
0032, 0169
TV - TV/DVD Combo
Aiwa
0124
Akai
0046, 0270
Apex
0264
Audiovox
0150
Broksonic
0046, 0199
Coby
0306
Cytron
0220
Diamond
0216
Vision
Emerson
0162
Ilo
0271
Initial
0271
JVC
0121
LG
0308, 0040
Magnavox 0271
Mintek
0271
Panasonic 0190
Philips
0016, 0271
RCA
0023
Samsung
0193
Sansui
0046, 0199, 0199
Sylvania
0315, 0284
Toshiba
0046, 0052, 0210
TV - TV/DVD/VCR Combo
Akai
0287
Diamond
0188
Vision
Emerson
0276
Magnavox 0276
Memorex
0019
Panasonic 0029
Polaroid
0204
RCA
0005
Samsung
0193
Sharp
0113
Superscan 0276
Sylvania
0276
Toshiba
0151
VCR - VCR
ABS
3053
Adventura 3062
Aiwa
3062
Akai
3068, 3039
Alienware
3053
American
3021
High
Asha
3052
Audio
3024
Dynamics
Audiovox
3043
Beaumark 3052
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Bell &
Howell
Broksonic
3083
3051,
3022
Calix
3043
Candle
3052,
Canon
3021
Citizen
3052,
Colortyme 3024
Colt
3008
Craig
3052,
Curtis
3020,
Mathes
3021,
Cybernex
3052
Cyperpower 3053
Daewoo
3062,
3097
DBX
3024
Dell
3053
Diamond
3058
Vision
Dimensia
3020,
Durabrand 3073
Dynatech
3062
Electrohome 3043
Electrophoni 3043
c
Emerson
3043,
3063,
3097,
ESA
3007
Fisher
3083,
Fuji
3068,
Funai
3062,
3091
Garrard
3062
Gateway
3053
GE
3020,
3011,
Go Video
3027
Goldstar
3024,
3001
Gradiente
3062
Harley
3062,
Davidson
Harman/Kar 3024
don
18
3067, 3060,
3043
3043, 3097
3043
3024, 3052,
3011
3010, 3055,
3011
3021, 3062,
3049, 3003,
3022
3050, 3087
3021
3037, 3063,
3052, 3021,
3069, 3019
3043, 3064,
3091
Headquarter
Hewlett
Packard
Hitachi
Howard
Computers
HP
Hush
iBUYPOWE
R
Insignia
Instant
Replay
JC Penney
3083
3053
3066, 3014, 3091
3053
3053
3053
3053
3082
3021
3024,
3043,
JCL
3021
JVC
3024,
3044,
3028,
3034,
3054,
Kenwood
3024,
Kodak
3043,
LG
3043,
3081
Linksys
3053
Lloyd's
3062,
LXI
3043
Magnasonic 3097
Magnavox 3021,
3085,
Magnin
3043,
Marantz
3024,
Marta
3043
Matsushita 3021
Media
3053
Center PC
MEI
3021
Memorex
3083,
3021,
3038,
3009,
MGA
3069
MGN
3052
Technology
Microsoft
3053
Mind
3053
Mitsubishi 3031,
3083, 3052,
3021
3083, 3098,
3041, 3089,
3017, 3025,
3071, 3046,
3094, 3030
3083
3021
3075, 3082,
3091
3073, 3013,
3003, 3091
3069
3083, 3021
3052, 3043,
3062, 3073,
3090, 3067,
3092, 3001
3019
Motorola
MTC
Multitech
NEC
Nikko
Niveus
Media
Noblex
Northgate
Olympus
Optimus
Orion
Panasonic
Penney
Philco
Philips
3021
3052
3052, 3062
3024, 3083
3043
3053
3052
3053
3021
3043,
3038,
3021,
3096,
3092
3069,
3021
3021,
3074
3013
Philips
Magnavox
Pilot
3043
Pioneer
3002
Polaroid
3059,
Presidian
3063
Proscan
3020,
Pulsar
3073
Quarter
3083
Quartz
3083
Quasar
3021,
Radio Shack 3043,
Radio
3083,
Shack/Reali 3021,
stic
Radix
3043
Randex
3043
RCA
3020,
3011,
3000,
3019
Realistic
3083,
3021,
Ricavision 3053
Ricoh
3026
Runco
3073
Samsung
3052,
Sanky
3073
3092
3022
3040, 3023,
3070, 3076,
3001
3013, 3063,
3077
3011, 3016
3092
3091
3052, 3043,
3062
3052, 3021,
3088, 3035,
3079, 3069,
3052, 3043,
3062
3048, 3012
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Sansui
3038,
3091,
Sanyo
3083,
3087,
Sears
3083,
3091,
Sharp
3084,
3078,
3018
Shintom
3068
Shogun
3052
Singer
3021,
Sony
3068,
3005,
3072,
Stack
3053
STS
3021
Superscan 3003
Sylvania
3021,
3032,
Symphonic 3062,
3091
Systemax
3053
Tagar
3053
Systems
Tandy
3083
Tashiko
3043
Teac
3062
Technics
3021
Teknika
3043,
Thomas
3091
TMK
3052
Toshiba
3053,
3006,
Totevision 3052,
Touch
3053
Unitech
3052
Vector
3024
Research
Video
3024
Concepts
Videosonic 3052
Viewsonic 3053
Voodoo
3053
Wards
3052,
3062
19
3047, 3067,
3022
3052, 3050,
3093, 3069
3043, 3021,
3001
3065, 3086,
3015, 3056,
3026
3042, 3053,
3033, 3004,
3029, 3091
3062, 3063,
3003
3037, 3063,
3021, 3062
3057, 3095,
3045, 3036
3043
3043, 3021,
White
3037
Westinghous
e
XR-1000
3021, 3062
Yamaha
3024, 3083
Zenith
3068, 3026, 3073,
3061, 3082, 3099,
3091, 3022
ZT Group
3053
VCR - DVD-DVR/VCR Combo
JVC
3017, 3071, 3054,
3080
VCR - TV/VCR Combo
Broksonic
3022
Citizen
3097
Colt
3008
Daewoo
3097
Emerson
3097, 3022
Funai
3091
GE
3069, 3019
Goldstar
3001
Harley
3091
Davidson
Hitachi
3091
Lloyd's
3091
Magnasonic 3097
Magnavox 3091
Magnin
3069
Memorex
3092, 3001
MGA
3069
Mitsubishi 3019
Optimus
3092
Orion
3022
Panasonic 3092
Penney
3069, 3001
Quasar
3092
RadioShack 3091
RCA
3069, 3019
Sansui
3091, 3022
Sanyo
3069
Sears
3091, 3001
Sony
3091
Symphonic 3091
Thomas
3091
Zenith
3091, 3022
VCR - TV/DVD/VCR Combo
Akai
3039
Diamond
3058
Vision
Emerson
3003
Magnavox 3003
Memorex
3009
Panasonic 3076
Polaroid
3077
RCA
3079
Samsung
3012
Sharp
3018
Superscan 3003
Sylvania
3003
Toshiba
3036
VCR - DVD/VCR Combo
Broksonic
3051, 3067, 3060
Daewoo
3055
Emerson
3063, 3049
Funai
3063
Go Video
3027
Goldstar
3064
Hitachi
3066, 3014
Insignia
3082
JVC
3028, 3025, 3034,
3046, 3030
LG
3075, 3075, 3082,
3081
Magnavox 3085
Memorex
3067
Panasonic 3070
Philips
3063, 3074
Pioneer
3002
Polaroid
3059
Presidian
3063
RCA
3000
Samsung
3048
Sansui
3067, 3047
Sanyo
3093
Sharp
3015, 3078, 3056
Sony
3072, 3029
Sylvania
3063, 3032
Symphonic 3063
Toshiba
3006, 3045
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Zenith
DVD - DVD
Advent
Aiwa
Akai
Alco
Alpine
Amphion
MediaWorks
AMW
Apex
Apex Digital
Aspire
Digital
Audiovox
3082, 3099
4234
4077
4093, 4088, 4129,
4199
4118
4040
4023
4023
4201, 4074, 4124
4111
4246
4118,
4022
Blaupunkt 4111,
Blue Parade 4117
BOSE
4095,
Broksonic
4093,
California
4017
Audio Labs
CambridgeS 4144
oundWorks
Clarion
4242
Classic
4218,
Coby
4243,
4147
CyberHome 4107
Cytron
4116
Daewoo
4035,
Denon
4017,
4037,
Desay
4176
Diamond
4158,
Vision
Disney
4049
Emerson
4165,
4208,
4079
ESA
4167
Fisher
4065
Funai
4049,
GE
4224,
Go Video
4072
Goldstar
4162
20
4229, 4041,
4188
4235
4088, 4173
4140
4149, 4089,
4067
4222, 4054,
4090, 4047
4075, 4014
4049, 4181,
4030, 4206,
4181, 4208
4111
GPX
Gradiente
Greenhill
Grundig
Harman/Kar
don
Hitachi
Ilo
Initial
Insignia
Integra
JBL
Jensen
JVC
4220
4017
4111
4085
4244
4180,
4066
4111,
4121
4209,
4221
4149
4152,
4056,
4123,
Kawasaki
4118
Kenwood
4017,
KLH
4118,
Konka
4010
Koss
4002,
4099,
Lasonic
4210
Lenoxx
4061
LG
4105,
Liquid Video 4011
Magnavox 4165,
4049,
Marantz
4085,
Memorex
4093,
Microsoft
4224
Mintek
4111,
Mitsubishi 4207,
NAD
4157
Nakamichi 4191
Nesa
4111
Norcent
4243,
4232
Onkyo
4209,
4062,
4058
Oritron
4002,
Panasonic 4017,
4081,
4200,
4080,
Philips
4156, 4028
4060
4117
4006, 4212,
4245, 4186,
4064, 4195
4031
4111, 4214
4011, 4052,
4239
4223, 4029
4198, 4085,
4050, 4060
4168, 4193
4225, 4012
4237, 4060
4155
4083, 4073,
4198, 4027,
4159, 4133,
4011
4198, 4120,
4222, 4091,
4038, 4143,
4044, 4013
4198,
4019,
4247,
4161
Pioneer
4163,
4194,
Polaroid
4230,
4102
Polk Audio 4085
Presidian
4049,
Proscan
4224,
Qwestar
4002
RCA
4118,
4111,
4042,
4160
Regent
4061
Rotel
4152
Rowa
4092
Sampo
4182
Samsung
4017,
4051,
4135,
Sansui
4093,
4251
Sanyo
4093,
Sharp
4049,
4202,
Sherwood 4177,
Shinco
4008
Shinsonic
4205
Sony
4205,
4045,
4189,
4211,
4127,
4217
Sungale
4228
Superscan 4165
Sylvania
4165,
4208,
4001
Symphonic 4049,
Teac
4118,
Technics
4017,
Techwood 4137
Theta Digital 4117
4085, 4049,
4070, 4208,
4078, 4009,
4117, 4153,
4130, 4119
4016, 4069,
4208
4226
4224, 4117,
4007, 4226,
4086, 4185,
4180, 4032,
4082, 4241,
4146
4088, 4173,
4132, 4213
4204, 4131,
4115
4203
4216, 4174,
4169, 4166,
4240, 4094,
4154, 4048,
4142, 4249,
4049, 4181,
4187, 4112,
4104, 4208
4015
4222
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Toshiba
Trutech
Urban
Concepts
Venturer
Xbox
Yamaha
4093, 4198, 4184,
4071, 4088, 4024,
4173, 4175, 4100
4059
4198
4118, 4036
4224
4017, 4085, 4106,
4101
Zenith
4198, 4025, 4021
DVD - DVD Recorder
Apex
4097
Broksonic
4026
Gateway
4190
Go Video
4190
Hitachi
4150, 4171
Insignia
4145
Irradio
4126
JVC
4046, 4000, 4057,
4003, 4164, 4179,
4227, 4098
LG
4148, 4076, 4170
LiteON
4248, 4238, 4215,
4005
Lite-On
4190
Panasonic 4084, 4043, 4151,
4039
Philips
4250, 4192, 4231,
4053
Pioneer
4068, 4138
RCA
4219
Samsung
4150, 4136, 4178
Sansui
4063
Sanyo
4034
Sensory
4190
Science
Sharp
4096, 4108, 4087,
4109
Sony
4183
Sylvania
4233, 4033
Toshiba
4020, 4236, 4114
Yamaha
4139
Zenith
4018, 4122, 4170
DVD - DVD-DVR
JVC
4004, 4113, 4128,
4196
21
Pioneer
4055
RCA
4103
Toshiba
4125, 4110, 4134
DVD - DVD-DVR/VCR Combo
JVC
4004, 4113, 4128,
4196
DVD - TV/DVD/Tuner Combo
Panasonic 4143
Polaroid
4069
Sony
4127
DVD - TV/DVD Combo
Aiwa
4077
Akai
4088, 4129
Apex
4124
Audiovox
4229
Broksonic
4088, 4173
Coby
4089
Cytron
4116
Diamond
4075
Vision
Emerson
4206
Ilo
4066
Initial
4060
JVC
4186
LG
4223, 4029
Magnavox 4060
Mintek
4060
Panasonic 4038
Philips
4078, 4060
RCA
4086
Samsung
4082
Sansui
4088, 4173, 4251
Sylvania
4112, 4001
Toshiba
4088, 4024, 4173
DVD - TV/DVD/VCR Combo
Akai
4199
Diamond
4014
Vision
Emerson
4165
Magnavox 4165
Memorex
4012
Panasonic 4080
Polaroid
4102
RCA
4185
Samsung
4241
Sharp
4202
Superscan 4165
Sylvania
4165
Toshiba
4175
DVD - DVD/VCR Combo
Broksonic
4093, 4026, 4173
Daewoo
4067
Emerson
4208, 4030
Funai
4208
Go Video
4072
Goldstar
4162
Hitachi
4171, 4028
Insignia
4145
JVC
4000, 4245, 4057,
4003, 4164
LG
4148, 4076, 4170,
4105
Magnavox 4050
Memorex
4093
Panasonic 4200
Philips
4208, 4247
Pioneer
4138
Polaroid
4016
Presidian
4208
RCA
4042
Samsung
4051
Sansui
4093, 4063
Sanyo
4132
Sharp
4108, 4087, 4131
Sony
4154, 4048
Sylvania
4208, 4187
Symphonic 4208
Toshiba
4114, 4071
Zenith
4170, 4021
DVD - HTIB
Audiovox
4041, 4022
BOSE
4235
CambridgeS 4144
oundWorks
Classic
4140
Coby
4147
Denon
4047
Emerson
4079
Insignia
4121
JBL
4221
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JVC
Koss
Onkyo
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
RCA
Samsung
Sanyo
Sharp
Sherwood
Sony
4123, 4064, 4195
4099, 4239
4159, 4133, 4058
4044, 4013, 4197
4009, 4161
4194, 4130, 4119
4219
4135, 4146
4213
4115
4203
4172, 4142, 4249,
4217, 4141
Toshiba
4100
Venturer
4036
Yamaha
4106, 4101
AUDIO - Amplifier
Denon
2041
JBL
2090
Krell
2068
Magnavox 2013
Marantz
2098
Parasound 2034, 2103
Pioneer
2070, 2031
RCA
2010
Rotel
2011
Soundmatter 2039
s
Technics
2008
Yamaha
2079, 2026
AUDIO - Audio Cassette
Curtis
2070
Mathes
Magnavox 2013
Marantz
2008, 2013
Optimus
2070
Pioneer
2070
Technics
2008
AUDIO - Audio System
Curtis
2070
Mathes
Pioneer
2070
AUDIO - LCD TV/Tuner Combo
Polaroid
2028
22
AUDIO - Phono
Magnavox 2013
Marantz
2013
Pioneer
2070
AUDIO - Receiver
JBL
2020
Sanyo
2071
AUDIO - Receiver/Amplifier
Yamaha
2026
AUDIO - Receiver/Tuner
Adcom
2078
Aiwa
2085, 2037, 2093
Audiovox
2077, 2036
BOSE
2060, 2032
CambridgeS 2053
oundWorks
Carver
2085
Classic
2009
Coby
2045
Curtis
2070
Mathes
Denon
2023, 2091, 2016
Emerson
2014
Harman/Kar 2085, 2052, 2094
don
Insignia
2082, 2063, 2038
JBL
2020
JVC
2097, 2073, 2029,
2006, 2000, 2024
Kenwood
2019, 2072, 2044,
2089, 2099, 2012
Linn
2085
Magnavox 2013, 2085
Marantz
2008, 2013, 2085,
2056
Mitsubishi 2080
NAD
2095
Nakamichi 2033
Onkyo
2067, 2017, 2002,
2057, 2100, 2065
Optimus
2070, 2054
Panasonic 2008, 2088, 2058,
2007, 2051, 2066
Philips
2085, 2096, 2047
Pioneer
2070, 2048, 2062,
2074, 2030, 2027,
2022, 2049
Polk Audio 2050
Quasar
2008
RCA
2059
Rotel
2011
Samsung
2064, 2021
Sansui
2085
Sharp
2001
Sherwood 2046, 2015
Sony
2086, 2081, 2092,
2061, 2083, 2069,
2101, 2025
Technics
2008, 2088, 2058
Toshiba
2084
Wards
2085
Yamaha
2075, 2003, 2040,
2076
AUDIO - Tuner
Aiwa
2043
Audiovox
2087
Koss
2018
Panasonic 2007, 2004, 2042
Polaroid
2028, 2035
Sony
2055, 2025
Venturer
2036
AUDIO - Tuner/CD Combo
Aiwa
2043
BOSE
2060
Panasonic 2042
AUDIO - TV/DVD/Tuner Combo
Panasonic 2004
Polaroid
2035
Sony
2055
AUDIO - TV/Tuner
Audiovox
2087
AUDIO - TV/VCR/Tuner Combo
Panasonic 2007
AUDIO - HTIB
Audiovox
2077, 2036
BOSE
2032
CambridgeS 2053
oundWorks
Classic
2009
Coby
2045
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Denon
Emerson
Insignia
JBL
JVC
Koss
Onkyo
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
RCA
Samsung
Sanyo
Sharp
Sherwood
Sony
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2016
2014
2038
2020
2006,
2018,
2057,
2051,
2096,
2027,
2059
2064,
2071
2001
2015
2101,
2025,
2000, 2024
2018
2100, 2065
2066, 2102
2047
2022, 2049
2021
2025, 2025,
2005
Toshiba
Venturer
Yamaha
CD - CD
ADC
Aiwa
BOSE
Denon
Harman
Kardon
JVC
Kenwood
Marantz
McIntosh
Nakamichi
Onkyo
Panasonic
2084
2036
2040, 2076
4274
4272
4269
4273
4270
4261, 4259
4263
4275
4265
4271
4257, 4278
4254, 4264
Philips
4262
Pioneer
4255
RCA
4256
Sanyo
4258
Sherwood 4268
Sony
4276, 4266, 4252
Teac
4277
Technics
4267
Yamaha
4260
CD - CD/CD Recorder
Philips
4262
CD - Tuner/CD Combo
Aiwa
4272
BOSE
4269
Panasonic 4254
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Appendix B – Other Features
Showing URC 4 Firmware Version
The URC 4 firmware version is in the format of x.y.z, where x, y and z is digit 0-9. Use the following
procedures to show the URC 4 firmware version:
1. Press “STB” and hold for 5s. The “STB” backlight will illuminate.
2. Press “INFO” once.
3. The 3 digits of the firmware version (x, y and z as described above) will be displayed in the following
manner.
a. The “STB” backlight blinks to indicate the digit. One blink indicates 1, 2 blinks indicates 2, etc
until 9 blinks indicates 9. A 0 is indicates by a shot, long, short, long, short, long blink.
b. In between each digit, the “STB” backlight will be off for 1 second.
c. For example, the following blink pattern shows a firmware version of 2.0.4.
..
.-.-.-
....
NOTE: In the programming mode if no key is received within 30s, the device mode key backlight will blink
rapidly for 7 times to indicate an error and then extinguish, and the programming mode will end.
In addition, the URC 4 Firmware version will also be shown on the sticker inside the battery compartment at
the back of the remote control.
Showing Programmed Device Code
You can display the 4-digit device code by the following procedures:
1. Press and hold “TV” or “AUX” for 5 seconds. The “TV” or “AUX” backlight will illuminate.
2. Press “INFO” once.
3. The 4-digits device code will be displayed in the following manner.
a. The “TV”/”AUX” backlight blinks to indicate the digit. One blink indicates 1, 2 blinks indicates 2,
etc until 9 blinks indicates 9. A 0 is indicates by a shot, long, short, long, short, long blink.
b. In between each digit, the “TV”/”AUX” backlight will be off for 1 second.
c. For example, the following blink pattern shows a device code of 0123.
.-.-.-
.
..
...
NOTE: In the programming mode if no key is received within 30s, the device mode key backlight will blink rapidly for 7
times to indicate an error and then extinguish, and the programming mode will end.
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