Zanussi ZT 1014 Technical information

3•2•1 GSX
DVD HOME ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Please read this owner’s guide
Please take the time to follow this owner’s guide carefully. It will help you set up and operate your system properly,
and enjoy all of its advanced features. Save your owner’s guide for future reference.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the system to rain or moisture.
WARNING: This apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing, and objects filled with liquids, such as vases,
shall not be placed on the apparatus. As with any electronic products, use care not to spill liquids in any part of the system. Liquids can cause a failure and/or a fire hazard.
The CAUTION marks shown here are located on the bottom of your 3•2•1 GSX home entertainment system media
center and the rear panel of the Acoustimass module:
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, alerts the user to the presence of
uninsulated dangerous voltage within the system enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle alerts the user to the presence of important operating
and maintenance instructions in this owner’s guide.
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, insert fully.
CAUTION: No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus.
Class 1 laser product
CLASS 1
KLASSE 1
LUOKAN 1
KLASS 1
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LASER
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APPARAT
The DVD player within the media center is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
according to EN60825-1:1994 + A1+A2, IEC60825-1:1993+A1+A2.
CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result
in hazardous radiation exposure. The DVD player should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except properly qualified
service personnel.
Class B emissions limits
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Batteries
Please dispose of used batteries properly, following any local regulations. Do not incinerate.
Additional safety information
See the additional instructions on the Important Safety Information sheet enclosed in the shipping carton.
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
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SYSTEM SETUP
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SYSTEM CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
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OPERATION
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CHANGING SOURCE SETTINGS
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CHANGING SYSTEM OPTIONS
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MAINTAINING YOUR SYSTEM
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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INTRODUCTION
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Before you begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introducing the uMusic™ intelligent playback system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking for region code compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting compatible discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Glossary of terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Limited warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SYSTEM SETUP
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Unpacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting locations for your 3•2•1 GSX system components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Positioning the media center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Positioning the speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Positioning the Acoustimass® module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making system connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the Acoustimass module to the media center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the speakers to the Acoustimass module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the supplied antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting cable FM radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting your TV to the media center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making audio connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making composite video connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting your TV and VCR to the media center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Option A: TV (with audio output jacks) + VCR + media center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Option B: TV (NO audio output jacks) + VCR + media center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
VCR considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advanced setup options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making S-video connections (higher quality video) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making component video connections (highest quality video) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting digital audio devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting your cable/satellite box, TV, and VCR to the media center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting a game console . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the remote control batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the power cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Verifying your system setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SYSTEM CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
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Remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting up your remote to control other audio/video devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Direct entry of a device code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Searching for a device code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Verifying an entered device code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing channel selection control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Media center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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OPERATION
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Turning your system on and off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing video DVDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic DVD operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restricting access to video DVDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing audio CDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Listening to FM/AM radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tuning to a station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing stations as presets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Erasing a preset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the uMusic™ intelligent playback system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing CDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing stored music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rating your music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stored music play modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Repeat and shuffle functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting stored tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using uMusic presets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Playlist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Searching through your music library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Registering your system for music information updates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CHANGING SOURCE SETTINGS
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Using the settings menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stored CD settings menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FM/AM settings menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CD settings menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DVD settings menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TV, CBL-SAT, and AUX settings menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CHANGING SYSTEM OPTIONS
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Using the System menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stored CD options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Audio options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Video options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Media center options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remote control options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DVD Lock options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MAINTAINING YOUR SYSTEM
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Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the remote control batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TROUBLESHOOTING
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Troubleshooting table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customer service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT
DEVICE CODES
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the 3•2•1 GSX DVD home entertainment system, which offers
superb sound, elegance, and simplicity in an advanced home audio setup. Using Bose® proprietary signal processing technology, the 3•2•1 GSX system provides improved spaciousness from stereo recordings, and bold movie effects from surround-encoded materials. Yet its
few parts require little effort to set up, so you can enjoy your new system’s performance right
away.
The following items are included to help you set up your system:
• Quick Setup Guide
• Detailed setup instructions in Setup section of this guide
• Setup DVD
System features
• Integrated AM/FM tuner and DVD/CD player in a small media center
• uMusic™ intelligent playback system for storing and playing your favorite songs
• Small, easy-to-place shelf speakers and an attractive hideaway Acoustimass® module
• Easy-to-use universal infrared remote control
• Media center input jacks for a TV, cable/satellite box or other component such as a DVR
Introducing the uMusic™ intelligent playback system
Your 3•2•1 GSX DVD home entertainment system includes the new uMusic intelligent
playback system – a breakthrough Bose technology that makes it possible to store and
enjoy your CD collection.
What can you do with this system?
• Store your favorite CDs in a music library. Your system can store approximately 200
hours of music or about 200 CDs.
• Teach the system which tracks your like or dislike, conditioning the system to automatically play the music you want to hear most.
• Discover many ways to enjoy your music.
Checking for region code compatibility
For a DVD player and DVD disc to be compatible, their region code numbers must match.
These numbers are allocated according to where the player and disc are sold. The 3•2•1
GSX DVD home entertainment systems have a region code which must also match the DVD
discs.
Check the region code number on the carton of the 3•2•1 GSX DVD home entertainment
system or on the bottom of the media center that comes in the carton. Then be sure to
choose only DVD discs that show the same region number on the disc label or front cover.
For example, a Region 1 DVD disc should display the following mark:
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,QWURGXFWLRQIP INTRODUCTION
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
Selecting compatible discs
The DVD/CD player built into the 3•2•1 GSX media center can play the following types of
discs identified by their corresponding logos:
• Video DVD
• Audio CD
• Video CD
• CD-R and CD-R/W
• DVD+R, DVD-R,
DVD+RW and DVD-RW
• MP3 CDs, where
– All tracks were burned in a single closed session
– The disc format is ISO9660
– Each file has a “.mp3” extension and the filename contains
no other periods
• SACDs (CD-compatible content only)
Note: Regarding copy protection – Music and other content may be protected by international
and domestic copyright laws and may contain specific restrictions on use and/or reproduction.
Please respect the rights of the artists and other copyright holders.
Glossary of terms
Aspect Ratio – The shape of the rectangular picture in a TV set. It is the width of the picture
relative to the height. Our standard TV picture, in terminology used by that industry, is 4 units
wide by 3 units high, or 4:3 (read as 4 by 3) in aspect ratio. There are currently two standard
TV aspect ratios, 4:3 and 16:9.
Chapter – In DVD-Video, a division of a title.
Component Video – A video signal split into three parts: luminance and two color signals
(marked as YPbPr). It provides the highest level of video quality.
Composite Video – A single video signal that contains luminance, color, and synchronization
information. NTSC and PAL are examples of composite video systems.
Dolby Laboratories – Developer of a perceptual coding system for audio.
Dolby Digital
DTS
– A type of multi-channel surround sound format used on discs.
– A type of multi-channel surround sound format used on discs.
DVD – An acronym that is most commonly known to mean Digital Video Disc or Digital Versatile Disc. The audio/video/data storage system based on 12- and 8-cm optical discs.
DVD Video – A standard for storing and reproducing audio and video on DVD-ROM discs,
based on MPEG video, Dolby Digital and MPEG audio, and other proprietary data formats.
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Gracenote – Music recognition technology and related data provided as part of the service
contracted by Bose.
IR – An acronym for infrared. Pertains to the type of remote that sends/receives commands
on an infrared light beam.
MPEG – A type of data compression used for audio or video storage on disc.
MP3 – MPEG-1 Layer III audio. This is a compressed audio format that allows you to record
many hours of music on a single CD.
NTSC – An acronym for National Television System Committee. The organization that developed both the American Black & White and Color television systems.
PAL – An acronym for Phase Alternate Line. A television format used extensively in Western
Europe.
Progressive Scan – A video format which displays all lines of the picture frame in a single
pass, and refreshes the TV image 30x/sec. Not compatible with all video displays.
PVR – An abbreviation for Personal Video Recording. Sometimes used interchangeably with
DVR for Digital Video Recording, but may include non-digital technology, as used in VCRs.
RDS – A system that displays radio broadcast station and programming information.This feature is available on European systems only.
SACD – An abbreviation for Super Audio Compact Disc, used for high-resolution digital audio
storage on CD-sized discs. New Bose® 3•2•1 GSX systems play the CD-compatible portion
of such discs, identified by the CD disc logo on the front of the disc.
SCART – A type of jack commonly found on consumer electronics products manufactured
for use in Western Europe.
S-video – A video interface standard that carries separate luminance and chrominance signals, usually on a four-pin mini-DIN connector. Also called Y/C. The quality of S-video is
significantly better than composite video since it does not require a comb filter to separate
the signals. Most high-end televisions have S-video inputs.
uMusic™ intelligent playback system – A revolutionary Bose play mode, which performs
like a virtual DJ by noting listener preferences and playing suitable stored CD tracks in
response.
Videostage® 5 – Bose proprietary Videostage 5 decoding circuitry gives you a five-channel
surround sound experience from everything you listen to – VHS tapes, stereo CDs, even
mono TV programs.
Limited warranty
Your 3•2•1 GSX DVD home entertainment system is covered by a limited transferable warranty. Details of the limited warranty are provided on the product registration card that
came with your system. Please fill out the information section on the card and mail it to Bose. Failure to do so will not affect your limited warranty rights.
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Unpacking
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Carefully unpack your system. Save all packing materials, which provide the safest way to
transport your system. Check to be sure your system includes the parts shown in Figure 1.
If any part of the system appears damaged, do not attempt to use it. Notify Bose or your
authorized Bose® dealer immediately. For Bose contact information, refer to the address
sheet included in the carton.
WARNING: To avoid danger of suffocation, keep the plastic bags out of the reach of children.
Figure 1
Contents of the shipping
carton
Your system includes
one of the following
cords:
Remote
control
Batteries
Acoustimass®
module cable
120 VAC power cord
(US/Canada)
115/230 VAC power
cord with adapter
(US/Europe)
Gemstone® speaker arrays
®
Media center
Acoustimass
module
Small rubber
feet for speaker
arrays
Speaker cable
Large rubber feet
for Acoustimass
module
AM antenna
Antenna stand
Video cable
FM antenna
230 VAC power cord
(Europe)
Setup disc
Stereo cable
230 VAC power cord
(UK/Singapore)
For your records
Now is a good time to find the serial numbers on the bottom of the media center and on the
rear of the Acoustimass® module. Please record them here and on your Product Registration
Card. You will need to have them ready if you ever need to contact Bose® Customer Service.
240 VAC power cord
(Australia)
Media center serial number: _________________________________________________________
Acoustimass module serial number: __________________________________________________
Dealer name: ______________________________________________________________________
Dealer phone: __________________________ Purchase date: _____________________________
We suggest you keep your sales receipt and product registration together with this owner’s guide.
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Selecting locations for your 3•2•1 GSX system components
Note: While these guidelines are offered to help provide great system performance, you may find
other placement choices that are more convenient and provide the sound you enjoy.
Positioning the media center
CAUTION: Do not block any ventilation openings. For reliable operation of the product and to
protect it from overheating, put the product in a position and location that will not interfere with its
proper ventilation. For example, do not place the product on a bed, sofa, or similar surface that
may block the ventilation openings. Do not put it in a built-in system, such as a bookcase or cabinet that may keep air from flowing through its ventilation openings.
• Place the media center where nothing obstructs opening the disc tray on its front panel.
• Position the media center close enough to the Acoustimass® module and the speakers so
that all the cables will reach.
• Make sure the media center is close enough to additional source devices (TV, VCR or cable
box) so that all the cables will reach.
• Make sure that the front of the media center is unobstructed so that it may receive IR (infrared) commands from the remote control.
Figure 2
Sample media center and
speaker placement
3 ft (1 m)
maximum
3 ft (1 m)
minimum
3 ft (1 m)
maximum
Left
speaker
Right
speaker
Media center
Note: The left and right speakers are magnetically shielded to prevent interference with your
TV screen.
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Use the following guidelines and Figure 2 to choose locations and positions for the components of your 3•2•1 GSX home entertainment system.
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Positioning the speakers
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Choosing a good location for the speakers will allow you to experience the audio surround
effects that your 3•2•1 GSX home entertainment system is designed to deliver.
• Place the left and right speakers at least 3 feet (1 meter) apart from each other to optimize the surround sound experience (Figure 3).
• Place each speaker within 3 feet (1 meter) of the edge of the TV screen. Placing the
speakers more than 3 feet away from the TV can cause the sound to become separated
from the picture.
• If you are using a bookshelf or a home entertainment unit, place each speaker at the front edge of its shelfPositioning the speakers too far back in an enclosed space can
change the overall quality of sound and alter the movie sound effects.
CAUTION: Choose a stable and level surface for both speakers. Vibration can cause the speakers to move, particularly on smooth surfaces like marble, glass, or highly polished wood. If you
are placing the speakers on a flat surface, be sure to attach one set of the small rubber feet to the
bottom surface of each speaker. You can obtain additional rubber feet (PN 178321) from Bose®
Customer Service. To contact Bose, refer to the list of offices included in the product carton.
Note: The speakers can be mounted on Bose brackets, table stands, or floor stands. For ordering information, refer to “Accessories” on page 65. Additional or longer cables may also be
ordered.
Figure 3
• Set the speakers on their bottom surfaces, only, with the Bose logo right-side up.
Recommended speaker
placement
• Aim the speakers straight ahead into the listening area. Do not place the speakers at an
angle. Angling one or both speakers into or away from the listening area significantly alters system performance.
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Positioning the Acoustimass® module
• Place the module at the same end of the room as the TV and the speakers (Figure 4).
• Place the Acoustimass module within reach of the cable from the music center and an AC
(mains) power outlet.
• Choose a convenient location such as under a table, behind a sofa or chair, or behind
drapes, but do not block the port opening.
Figure 4
Recommended
Acoustimass module
placement
3 ft (1 m)
minimum
• Attach the large rubber feet to the bottom of each foot on the module. The rubber feet provide increased stability and protection from scratches.
• Aim the port of the module into the room or along the wall. This prevents a blocked port or
over-powering bass.
• Stand the Acoustimass module on its feet. Do not lay it on its side or stand it on either end
(Figure 5).
Figure 5
T
ACINPU
ENTER
MUSICC
Recommended orientation
of the module
CAUTION: Do not block the openings on the back of the module, which provide ventilation for
the built-in circuitry.
CAUTION: The Acoustimass module generates a magnetic field. Although this is not an immediate risk to your video tapes, audio tapes, and other magnetic media, you should not store any of
these items directly on or near the module.
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• Keep the module at least 3 feet (1 meter) away from the TV to prevent the module from
interfering with the TV screen.
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Making system connections
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CAUTION: Do not plug the Acoustimass® module into an AC power (mains) outlet until all the
components are connected.
Connecting the Acoustimass module to the media center
Plug one end of the Acoustimass module cable into the Acoustimass Module jack on the rear
) jack on the
of the media center (Figure 6). Plug the other end of the cable into the input (
rear of the Acoustimass module.
Note: The jacks for the Acoustimass module cable are keyed so that the cable connectors only plug
in one way. Make sure that the arrow on the connector body faces up when plugging in the cable.
Figure 6
Acoustimass module-tomedia center connection
Media center
rear panel
Acoustimass
module input
jack
Acoustimass
module cable
Acoustimass
module rear panel
Connecting the speakers to the Acoustimass module
1. Insert the single-plug end of the speaker cable into the SPEAKERS jack on the rear
panel of the Acoustimass module (Figure 7). Tighten both screws on the plug.
Figure 7
Speaker cable-toAcoustimass module
connection
Acoustimass
module cable
Speaker
cable
Acoustimass
module input
jack
Note: If additional audio cables or longer cables are needed to make these connections, contact
Bose Customer Service. Refer to the list of offices included in the product carton.
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2. At the other end of the speaker cable, separate the left and right speaker cords as much
as necessary to reach each speaker (Figure 8).
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Figure 8
Separating left and right
speaker cords
3. Plug the LEFT speaker cable into the rear jack of the left speaker (Figure 9). Plug the
RIGHT speaker cable into the rear jack on the right speaker.
Figure 9
Left and right speaker
connections
RIGHT
speaker
cable
LEFT
speaker
cable
Note: Make sure cable connectors are fully inserted and seated firmly in the speaker jacks.
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Connecting the supplied antennas
The rear panel of the media center provides jacks for the AM and FM antennas included with
your system (Figure 10). Unwind the wires for each antenna to provide the best reception.
Note: An outdoor antenna may be used in place of the supplied indoor antennas. To add an outdoor antenna, consult a qualified installer. Follow all safety instructions supplied with the antenna.
Figure 10
Antenna connections
FM dipole
antenna
Media center
AM loop antenna
FM antenna
Plug the FM antenna into the FM jack on the media center rear panel. Spread out the antenna
arms and move them around to establish optimum FM reception. Extend the antenna as far
from the media center and other equipment as possible.
AM antenna
Plug the AM loop antenna into the AM jack on the media center rear panel. Place the antenna
loop at least 20 inches (50 centimeters) away from the media center and at least 4 feet (1.2
meters) away from the Acoustimass® module. Experiment with positioning the loop for optimum AM reception. Follow the instructions enclosed with the AM loop antenna to stand it on
the supplied base, or mount it to a wall.
Connecting cable FM radio
Some cable TV providers make FM radio signals available through the cable service to your
home. This connection is made to the external FM jack on the back panel of the media center. To connect to this service, contact your cable TV provider for assistance.
Note: Make sure that the cable radio installation includes a TV/FM splitter so that only the
FM radio band, not the cable TV band, is received by the media center. If necessary, contact your
cable company.
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Connecting your TV to the media center
Making audio connections
Note: If your TV does not have audio output jacks, see “Option B: TV (NO audio output jacks) +
VCR + media center” on page 17. Otherwise, continue.
1. Connect one end of the supplied stereo cable to the TV Audio IN jacks on the rear panel
of the media center (Figure 11). Insert the white RCA plug into the TV white L jack. Insert
the red RCA plug into the TV red R jack.
2. Connect the other end of the stereo cable to the audio output jacks on your TV. Insert the
white RCA plug into the white AUDIO OUT L jack. Insert the red RCA plug into the red
AUDIO OUT R jack.
Making composite video connections
Note: Some older TVs with standard TV cable connectors do not have a composite video or an
S-video input. Such TVs are not compatible with any DVD players and require use of an RF modulator for this connection. RF modulators are available at your local electronics store.
1. Insert one end of the supplied video cable (yellow) to the Video OUT C (composite) jack
on the back of the media center (Figure 11).
2. Insert the other end of the video cable into one of the video input jacks on your TV.
Figure 11
TV (composite video)-tomedia center connections
Write the name of the video input jack used on your TV in the box on page 25. After
you turn the system on, you will need to select this video input on your TV in order
to view the 3•2•1 GSX system video output.
Media center rear panel
Video cable
(yellow connectors)
TV connector panel
TV
Stereo cable
(red and white connectors)
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If you want to use the 3•2•1 GSX system with both a TV and a VCR, skip this section
and go to “Connecting your TV and VCR to the media center” on page 16.
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Connecting your TV and VCR to the media center
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There are two options for connecting your TV and VCR to the media center.
• Option A: TV with audio output jacks+VCR
• Option B: TV without audio output jacks+VCR
Before proceeding, check your TV for audio output jacks.
Option A: TV (with audio output jacks) + VCR + media center
If your TV has audio output jacks, you can directly route the TV audio to the 3•2•1 GSX home
entertainment system (Figure 12).
1. Connect one end of the supplied stereo cable to the TV Audio IN jacks on the rear panel
of the media center. Insert the white RCA plug into the TV white L jack. Insert the red
RCA plug into the TV red R jack.
2. Connect the other end of the stereo cable to the audio output jacks on your TV. Insert the
white RCA plug into the white AUDIO OUT L jack. Insert the red RCA plug into the red
AUDIO OUT R jack.
3. Insert one end of the supplied video cable (yellow) to the Video OUT C (composite) jack
on the back of the media center. Insert the other end of the video cable into one of the
video input jacks on your TV.
Figure 12
Option A connections
Write the name of the video input jack used on your TV in the box on page 25. After
you turn the system on, you will need to select this video input on your TV in order
to view the 3•2•1 GSX system video output.
Cable/satellite box
(if applicable)
Cable
service
VCR
TV connector
panel
Video cable
(yellow connectors)
Stereo cable
(red and white connectors)
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Option B: TV (NO audio output jacks) + VCR + media center
1. Connect one end of the supplied stereo cable to the AUX Audio IN jacks on the rear
panel of the media center (Figure 13). Insert the white RCA plug into the AUX white L
jack. Insert the red RCA plug into the AUX red R jack.
2. Connect the other end of the stereo cable to the AUDIO OUT jacks on your VCR. Insert
the white RCA plug into the white AUDIO OUT L jack. Insert the red RCA plug into the
red AUDIO OUT R jack.
3. Insert one end of the supplied video cable (yellow) into the VIDEO OUT jack on the back of your VCR. Insert the other end of the cable into the Video IN C (composite) jack
on the back of the media center.
4. Insert one end of the second video cable (yellow) into the Video OUT C (composite) jack
on the back of the media center. Insert the other end of the cable into one of the video
input jacks on your TV.
Figure 13
Option B connections
Write the name of the video input jack used on your TV in the box on page 25. After
you turn the system on, you will need to select this video input on your TV in order
to view the 3•2•1 GSX system video output.
Cable/satellite box
Video cables
(yellow connector)
Media center rear panel
Cable
service
VCR
VCR
connection
panel
Stereo cable
(red and white connectors)
IMPORTANT
If you connected your TV and VCR this way, you
will need to turn on your VCR and select the
AUX source on the 3•2•1 remote to hear sound
from TV programs.
Cable
service
TV
TV connection panel
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If your TV does not have audio output jacks, you will need to feed audio to the 3•2•1 GSX
home entertainment system through a secondary source, such as a VCR. To do this, you will
need one additional video cable, which can be purchased at your local electronics store.
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VCR considerations
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• Some combination TV/VCR units may not work with 3•2•1 GSX home entertainment systems. Please refer to your TV/VCR owner’s manual for information.
• A stereo VCR is required for optimal sound performance. If your VCR has only one audio
output, you have a mono VCR. You will need a Y-adapter cable (available at electronics
stores) to connect audio to the media center. For this setup, you will need to select “Mono
decoding” (see “TV, CBL-SAT, and AUX settings menu” on page 52) so your 3•2•1 GSX
system will simulate surround sound effects from a mono source. Otherwise, you will hear
mono sound from both speakers.
Advanced setup options
The 3•2•1 GSX home entertainment system provides connections for producing higher quality video and audio. The following describes how to use these connections.
Making S-video connections (higher quality video)
An S-video input jack, provided on many TVs, delivers a higher quality TV picture than the
composite video output connection shown in Figure 11. For this connection you will need an
S-video cable which can be purchased from your Bose dealer or a local electronics retailer.
1. Insert one end of the S-video cable into the S-Video OUT jack on the media center (Figure 14).
2. Insert the other end of the S-video cable into the S-VIDEO IN jack on your TV.
Figure 14
Media center rear panel
TV (S-video)-to-media
center connections
IMPORTANT
If you use S-video to
connect your TV to the
media center, you
must also use S-video
to connect all other devices (such as a cable box and VCR) to
the media center.
S-video cable
TV connector panel
TV
Stereo cable
(red and white connectors)
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Making component video connections (highest quality video)
For the highest quality video from DVDs, you may want to use a component video connection
between the media center and the TV. To do so, your TV must provide component video jacks
(typically labelled Y, Pb, and Pr). Refer to your TV owner’s guide for more information.
To make component video connections you will need a component video cable that is long
enough to reach from the rear of the media center to your TV (Figure 15). If the cable is not
supplied with your TV, you can purchase it separately.
1. On the media center rear panel, plug one end of the component video cable into the
Component Y, Pb, and Pr video output jacks (Figure 15). Be sure to match the color of
the plug with the color of the jack.
2. Plug the other end of the component video cable into the corresponding (color or letter
code) component video jack on the back of your TV.
Figure 15
Component video
TV-to-media center
connections
Component video output jacks: Y (green)
Pb (blue)
Pr (red)
Media center rear panel
Component
video cable
Stereo cable
(red and white connectors)
TV connector
panel (example)
IMPORTANT FOR COMPONENT VIDEO USERS
Input signals received by the C (Composite) or S-Video IN jacks are not passed through to
the Component video OUT jacks. If you connect an external video device to the C or S-Video IN jack, you must also connect the C or S-Video OUT jack on the media center to
the respective video input jack on your TV. To view the external video input on your TV, you
will need to select the TV video input used for that device. To view the onscreen menus of the
3•2•1 GSX system, you will need to switch back to the TV’s component video input.
Note: For more information, or to purchase the video cables, contact your local electronics store
or authorized Bose dealer.
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Note: Component video connections are required in order to use the progressive scan (NTSC
only) feature of your 3•2•1 GSX system. Your TV must also support this feature. To turn on the
progressive scan feature, see “Video options” on page 59.
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Connecting digital audio devices
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Some audio devices feature a digital audio output for optimum sound performance. Use an
optical digital cable or a coaxial digital cable, as appropriate, to connect this output to the
digital input on the media center. You can purchase the required cables at a local electronics
store.
On the media center rear panel, an optical digital cable connects to the OPTICAL jack. A
coaxial cable connects to the audio input jacks labeled D.
Note: Before you can benefit from the optical connection, you will need to assign the optical
connector to the audio source in the system settings menu. See “Media center options” on
page 60.
Figure 16
Media center digital audio
input jacks
Optical digital
audio input
Coaxial digital
audio inputs
Connecting your cable/satellite box, TV, and VCR to the media center
The 3•2•1 GSX home entertainment system provides flexibility for you to add up to three
external audio devices, including your TV, directly to the media center.
Figure 17 shows you an advanced setup using a TV, VCR and cable/satellite box. In this
setup, please notice the following:
• S-video connections are used to deliver the cable/satellite signal to the media center.
Therefore, the media center output video is sent to the TV also through an S-video connection.
• Analog and digital coaxial audio connections are shown for the cable/satellite box. As an
option, you may use an optical digital connection. However, before you can benefit from the
optical connection, you will need to assign the optical connector to the cable/satellite box
audio source in the system settings menu. See “Media center options” on page 60.
• When connecting an audio device to the media center jacks, remember to match the red
jack to the right channel (R) and the white (or black) jack to the left channel (L).
• For further details on making the video connections between your VCR and TV, refer to the
manuals for these video devices.
Note: The recommendations contained in this owner’s guide are basic suggestions for connecting external devices to the 3•2•1 GSX system. Instructions and terminology pertinent to these
external devices may vary, depending on the manufacturer. Consult the owner’s guide that came
with the device for clarification on setup and usage before making any connections.
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Figure 17
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Advanced setup example:
TV, VCR and cable/satellite
box
Media center
For future use only.
Cable/satellite
(CBL-SAT)
service
CBL-SAT
S-video
Cable/satellite
CBL-SAT analog
audio
CBL-SAT
digital audio
CBL-SAT
signal to
VCR
VCR
TV
CBL-SAT
signal to
TV
VCR analog audio
Media center’s
S-video output
to TV
Note: For more information on advanced connections, refer to the DVD setup disc that came
with your 3•2•1 GSX home entertainment system.
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Connecting a game console
Connect the audio output of a game console to the AUX Left and Right input jacks. Connect the video output of the game console to the C (composite) Video IN jack.
Figure 18
Game console connections
Media center
Game console
connection panel
TV connection panel
IMPORTANT
If you connected your game console this way, you will need
to select the AUX source on the 3•2•1 remote in order to
hear sound from the game console.
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Installing the remote control batteries
2. Insert the two supplied AA (IEC-R6) 1.5V batteries, or their equivalent, as shown. Match
the plus (+) and minus (–) marked on the batteries with the plus (+) and minus (–) inside
the battery compartment.
3. Slide the battery compartment cover back into place.
Note: Replace the batteries when the remote control stops operating or its range seems reduced.
Figure 19
(2) AA batteries (IEC R6)
Installing the batteries
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1. On the back of the remote, slide open the battery compartment (Figure 19).
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Connecting the power cord
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CAUTION: Do not plug the Acoustimass® module into an AC power (mains) outlet until all the
components are connected.
CAUTION: For dual voltage models only, be sure to set the dual voltage switch on the back
of the Acoustimass module to the appropriate voltage for your area (115V or 230V) before
connecting to power. If you are not sure about the proper voltage for your area, consult your
local electrical authorities.
1. Insert the small connector end of the power cord into the AC INPUT connector on the
Acoustimass module (Figure 20).
2. Insert the large end of the cord into an AC power (mains) outlet.
Note: On 220-240V models only, turn the Acoustimass module POWER switch to on (l).
Figure 20
Connecting to power
AC input
jack
AC power
switch
Note: Provided
only on 220-240V
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Verifying your system setup
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1. Check the following before you continue:
• All cables are connected for the setup you chose.
• The batteries were installed in the remote control.
• The power cord was installed and plugged into a live AC receptacle.
2. Turn on your TV. Use the remote control that came with your TV.
3. Using your TV remote, select the video input on your TV that connects to the
video output of the media center.
Name TV video input used:
• The method of selecting the right video input depends on your TV. Refer to your TV
owner’s guide for help.
4. Turn off the TV speakers.
• Refer to your TV owner’s guide for help.
• If your TV does not have an option to turn off the internal speakers, you may need to
adjust both the 3•2•1 GSX system volume and your TV volume until you find a level
that produces the desired sound.
• In some TVs, when the internal speakers are turned off, you may need to raise the TV’s
volume level by 75% to 100% in order to hear audio from the 3•2•1 GSX home entertainment system. See your TV owner’s guide for help.
5. Turn on your 3•2•1 GSX system.
• Point the 3•2•1 GSX remote control at the media center and press On-Off.
6. Play the 3•2•1 GSX setup DVD.
• Press Eject on the media center control panel.
• Insert the DVD setup disc into the disc tray.
• Press Eject again to close the tray. The DVD will automatically begin to play. If it does
not, press the play button (
).
Note: Be sure to play the Setup DVD, included in the carton with your system, as soon as all the
connections are completed. This will help you verify the connections you have made and confirm
proper sound performance.
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Remote control
Turns the system on or off.
SYSTEM CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
Remote
status
LED
Status LED:
• Off (unlit) during normal operation.
• On during the process of setting up the remote to control other equipment such
as your TV or VCR.
Silences or restores the sound from the current source.
Selects the Stored CD source and turns the system on to the last-selected uMusic™ intelligent playback system play mode.
Selects the built-in CD/DVD player and turns the system on.
• Selects the built-in tuner and turns the system on to the previously selected
FM/AM station.
• Switches between FM and AM when the tuner is selected.
TV: Selects the TV sound source and turns your system on.
Input: Changes the external input to your TV. For example, your TV
might have two external inputs where one is connected to your cable
box and the other to your VCR. Pressing this button alternates between
the cable box and the VCR.*
On/Off: Turns your TV on and off.*
CBL-SAT: Selects the CBL-SAT sound source and turns your system on.
On/Off: Turns your cable/satellite box on or off.*
AUX
AUX: Selects the AUX sound source and turns your system on.
On/Off: Turns a VCR or PVR that is connected to the AUX jack on or off.*
* Requires special remote settings. See “Setting up your remote to control other audio/video devices”
on page 30.
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Remote control – cont.
Displays the Settings menu for the current source on your TV screen or
media center display.
Displays the System menu on your TV screen.
• Displays the DVD menu of the currently loaded DVD disc on your TV
screen.
• Displays the main menu of a cable/satellite box, VCR, or PVR on your TV
screen (if supported).*
Displays the TV program guide (if supported) on your TV screen.
• Removes the Settings menu, System menu, or Library menu from your
TV screen.
• Removes the TV program guide (if supported) from your TV screen or
media center display.
• Tunes the FM or AM radio to the next higher or lower frequency.
• Selects the next item, up or down, in menus.
Confirms a menu selection or introduces the next level of menu options.
Moves up, down, left, or right in onscreen menus and media center displays.
* Requires special remote settings. See “Setting up your remote to control other audio/video devices” on
page 30.
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Enters the library of stored CD tracks.
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• Raises or lowers the volume of the current source.
• Pressing + restores muted sound from the current source.
• Pressing – lowers the volume of the current source, but does not restore
muted sound.
Skips to the next or previous CD track, DVD chapter, radio station preset,
or TV channel (if the remote is set up to control your TV).
• Stops the disc player.
• For DVDs only, the disc stops and the system saves the DVD play posicontinues the DVD from the saved play position.
tion. Pressing
twice for a disc in play returns to the beginning of the disc.
Pressing
• Pauses a currently playing disc.
• Pressing
again (or pressing
) resumes play of a paused disc.
• After 20 minutes of no user interaction, the disc player stops and returns
to the beginning of the disc to wait for the next command.
Starts the disc player.
• Skips backward or forward through CD tracks.
• Skips backward or forward through DVD chapters.
• Seeks backward or forward to the next strongest radio station.
Plays audio CD tracks in random order. Press again to cancel.
Repeats a CD, CD track, DVD chapter, or DVD title depending on the
selected source. Press again to change the repeat mode.
• Selects a CD track, DVD chapter, radio station preset, or TV channel.
• Selects a uMusic preset for the Stored source.
• Allows numerical selection for some menu options.
• Displays or dismisses a cable/satellite information window, if supported.
• If playing an MP3 CD, displays or dismisses artist and title information
on the media center display panel.
• Displays information about the stored track that is playing.
Skips to the previous TV channel (if supported by your TV or cable/satellite box).
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Remote control – cont.
• Applies a negative (–) or positive (+) rating to the stored track currently playing.
• Pressing – immediately selects a new track.
• Pressing + continues playing the current track.
Selects and plays stored music that most closely matches the style of
the current track.
Plays the tracks from a CD selected by its number in the uMusic system.
Plays all the tracks, if any, assigned to the playlist. Can be used with
other play mode options, like Encore.
Skips from the track most recently playing to the first track on the CD
of origin and plays that CD from beginning to end.
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Selects the uMusic™ intelligent playback system for playing stored
music. Overrides any other stored music play mode.
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Setting up your remote to control other audio/video devices
SYSTEM CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
Your remote can be set up to control other audio/video devices such as a TV, VCR, PVR or
cable/satellite box by entering a device code while in the setup mode.
• If you know the device code, follow the instructions under the heading, “Direct
entry of a device code” below. Device codes are listed in the back section of this
owner’s guide and in the System menus under Remote Control options.
• If you can’t find the device code and want to search the system for it, see
“Searching for a device code” on page 31.
• If you want to verify the device code you have entered for an audio/video device,
see “Verifying an entered device code” on page 33.
• If you want to return to a previous device assignment, press and hold the TV button
until the remote LED is lit (about 5 seconds). On the remote keypad, enter 977.
• If you want to wipe out all assigned codes, press and hold the TV button until the
remote LED is lit (about 5 seconds). On the remote keypad, enter 981.
Note: More than one code may work with your particular brand of product. If you notice a lack of
response or limited functionality after setting up the remote, try a different code.
Note: The remote status LED flashes rapidly eight times if you press an invalid key, or enter an
unavailable device code. Wait seven seconds for the error to clear and start again.
Direct entry of a device code
Device codes can be found at the back of this owner’s guide or in the System menu under
Remote Control options. If you know the device code, you can do the following:
To set up the remote to control your TV
1. Turn on both the 3•2•1 GSX system and your TV.
2. Press and hold the TV button until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds).
3. On the remote keypad, enter the four-digit device code for your TV. The LED will turn off
temporarily as you press each key.
4. Check that the LED turns off after the code is entered. If the LED blinks, the code is
invalid. Try again.
5. Point the remote at your TV and press the TV On-Off button. If your TV does not
respond, go back to step 2 and try other codes. If you are still unsuccessful, see
“Searching for a device code” on page 31.
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To set up the remote to control your cable/satellite box
1. Turn on both the 3•2•1 GSX system and your cable/satellite box.
2. Press and hold the CBL-SAT button until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds).
3. On the remote keypad, enter the four-digit device code for your cable/satellite box. The
LED will turn off temporarily as you press each key.
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4. Check that the LED turns off after the code is entered. If the LED blinks, the code is
invalid. Try again.
To set up the remote to control your VCR or PVR (such as Tivo or Replay TV)
1. Turn on both the 3•2•1 GSX system and your VCR or PVR.
AUX
2. Press and hold the AUX button until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds).
3. On the remote keypad, enter the four-digit device code for your VCR/PVR. The LED will
turn off temporarily as you press each key.
4. Check that the LED turns off after the code is entered. If the LED blinks, the code is
invalid. Try again.
AUX
5. Point the remote at your VCR or PVR and press the AUX On-Off button. If your VCR or
PVR does not respond, go back to step 2 and try other codes. If you are still unsuccessful, see “Searching for a device code” below.
Searching for a device code
Use this method if you do not know the code for a device.
Note: This is a very time-consuming process. Use it as a last resort.
To set up the remote to control your TV
1. Turn on both the 3•2•1 GSX system and your TV.
2. Press and hold TV until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds).
3. Alternately press Channel
and TV On-Off until your TV turns off.
4. Press Enter. Check that the remote LED turns off.
5. Point the remote at your TV and press TV On-Off. If your TV does not respond, go back
to step 2 and try again.
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5. Point the remote at your cable/satellite box and press the CBL-SAT On-Off button. If
your cable/satellite box does not respond, go back to step 2 and try other codes. If you
are still unsuccessful, see “Searching for a device code” below.
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To set up the remote to control your cable/satellite box
1. Turn on both the 3•2•1 GSX system and your cable/satellite box.
SYSTEM CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
2. Press and hold CBL-SAT until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds).
3. Alternately press Channel
turns off.
and CBL-SAT On-Off until your cable/satellite box 4. Press Enter. Check that the remote LED turns off.
5. Point the remote at your cable/satellite box and press CBL-SAT On-Off. If your cable/
satellite box does not respond, go back to step 2 and try again.
To set up the remote to control your VCR or PVR (for example, TiVo or Replay TV)
1. Turn on both the 3•2•1 GSX system and your VCR/PVR.
AUX
2. Press and hold AUX until the remote LED is lit (about five seconds).
AUX
3. Alternately press Channel
and AUX On-Off until your VCR/PVR turns off.
4. Press Enter. Check that the remote LED turns off.
AUX
5. Point the remote at your VCR/PVR and press AUX On-Off. If your VCR/PVR does not
respond, go back to step 2 and try again.
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Verifying an entered device code
In case you need to check to see what code the remote is using for a particular device, do the
following:
2. Press the Info button.
3. Press 1 on the remote and count the number of times the LED blinks (zero is indicated by
a long blink). This is the first digit.
4. Press 2 on the remote and count the number of times the LED blinks (zero is indicated by
a long blink). This is the second digit.
5. Press 3 on the remote and count the number of times the LED blinks (zero is indicated by
a long blink). This is the third digit.
6. Press 4 on the remote and count the number of times the LED blinks (zero is indicated by
a long blink). This is the fourth digit.
7. Press Exit.
Changing channel selection control
If you are using your 3•2•1 GSX home entertainment system with other audio/video devices,
such as a VCR and cable/satellite box, you may wish to change channels using one of these
other audio devices rather than your TV.
You can easily switch your 3•2•1 remote to change channels on another audio device:
1. Press and hold Last on the 3•2•1 remote. The remote status LED will illuminate and blink
the number of times corresponding to the device controlling channel selection.
1 blink =
TV
2 blinks = CBL-SAT
3 blinks = AUX
2. After the blinking stops, press the source button (TV, CBL-SAT, or AUX) that corresponds to the device you want to use for channel selection.
3. Press Exit on the 3•2•1 remote.
To confirm, press and hold Last on the 3•2•1 remote and count the number of blinks. If the
change was made, press Exit. If not, repeat steps 2 and 3.
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1. Press and hold a source key (TV, CBL-SAT, or AUX) until the remote LED lights (about
five seconds)
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Media center
SYSTEM CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
The media center has a control panel on the top, a display area to show the current status of
the system, and a disc tray that opens on the front of the console.
Control panel
The media center has six buttons located above the display.
Figure 21
On-Off
Source
– Volume +
Store
Eject
Lowers and raises
the volume level.
Copies tracks from
an audio CD into the
music library.
Opens or
closes the
disc tray.
Media center controls
Turns system
power on or
off.
Steps through the available
source selections.
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Note: If you select another source by pressing the Source button, you cannot control the new
source with the remote until you press the button for that new source on the remote.
Display indicators
With the system turned on, the media center display lights up to show the state of the system. Not all possible choices, shown below, light up at once (Figure 22). The display
changes with each adjustment or selection you make.
Figure 22
Example media center
display
Lights to indicate
disc is in play.
CD 0:06
TRACK 1/12
SHUFFLE
Indicates shuffle
mode is selected
for the current
disc.
REPEAT
Indicates repeat
mode is selected
for current track or
disc.
DISC
TRACK
Indicates “Repeat
Disc” or “Shuffle
Repeat Disc”
mode is selected.
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Turning your system on and off
To turn power on or off:
• Point the 3•2•1 remote at the media center and press On/Off.
OR
OPERATION
On-Off
• Press On-Off on top of the media center.
To turn the system on and select a source at the same time:
• Press Stored, CD-DVD, FM-AM, TV, CBL-SAT, or AUX on the 3•2•1 remote.
Note: Your 3•2•1 remote control can be set up to control other audio/video devices such as
your TV, VCR, or cable/satellite receiver. For instructions, see “Setting up your remote to control
other audio/video devices” on page 30.
Playing video DVDs
Before you play your first DVD:
• Familiarize yourself with the 3•2•1 remote control. See “Remote control” on page 26.
• Be sure you understand how to switch between the available video inputs on your TV. To
view a video DVD, you will need to select the video input on your TV that is connected to
the video output of the 3•2•1 GSX media center (see “Connecting your TV to the media
center” on page 15).
• If you are unable to select the correct video input on your TV, please consult your TV
owner’s guide.
• Be sure that you play the 3•2•1 GSX system setup DVD first. This will help you verify the
connections you have made and confirm proper sound performance.
1. Turn on your TV.
2. Select the correct video input on your TV for the 3•2•1 GSX system.
3. On the 3•2•1 remote, press CD/DVD to turn the 3•2•1 GSX system on to the CD/DVD
source.
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4. On the media center control panel, press Eject to open the disc tray.
5. Place the DVD disc in the disc tray.
Eject
6. Press Eject again to close the tray.
The DVD should begin to play automatically. If not, press Play on the 3•2•1 remote.
Note: Not all DVDs offer the same features. For example, you can choose to display subtitles
while watching a movie only if that particular disc provides subtitle information.
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While playing a DVD video, the media center displays the elapsed play time and chapter
number.
OPERATION
Figure 23
Sample display for
a DVD video
DVD 0:06:11
CHAPTER 1/12
Basic DVD operations
• Press Pause to pause a movie.
OR
• Press Pause again, or press Play to resume playing a paused CD.
• Press
(stop) to interrupt a movie in progress.
once. The system holds the movie at the point of interruption. Press Play to
• Press
resume from the point of interruption.
OR
• Press
twice. Play is interrupted and the system returns to the beginning of the disc.
Press Play to restart the DVD.
• Press Chapter
to skip to the next chapter on the current DVD. Press Chapter
to the previous chapter.
to skip
• Press Repeat once for REPEAT CHAPTER mode.
• Press Repeat again for REPEAT TITLE mode.
• Press Repeat again to turn the repeat function off (REPEAT OFF).
• Press
to scan backward through the current DVD. Press
to scan forward.
Eject
• Press Eject on the media center to stop a disc and open the disc tray.
Note: For information on changing DVD-related source settings, see “DVD settings menu” on
page 51.
Restricting access to video DVDs
The DVD Lock menu allows you to restrict access to DVD content that is inappropriate for
certain members of your family. For instructions on using the DVD Lock menu, see “DVD
Lock options” on page 62.
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Playing audio CDs
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1. On the 3•2•1 remote, press CD/DVD to turn the 3•2•1 GSX system on to the CD/DVD
source.
OPERATION
2. On the media center control panel, press Eject to open the disc tray.
3. Place the CD disc in the disc tray.
Eject
4. Press Eject again to close the tray.
5. The audio CD should begin to play automatically. If not, press Play on the 3•2•1 remote.
Basic CD operations
• Press Pause to pause an audio CD.
OR
• Press Pause again, or press Play to resume playing a paused CD.
• Press
to stop a playing audio CD.
to skip to the next track on the current CD. Press Track
• Press Track
previous track.
• Press Seek
to skip to the
once to skip to the next track.
• Within the first 2 seconds of play, press Seek
to skip to the previous track. After 2 seconds of play, press Seek
to skip to the beginning of the current track.
• Press and hold Seek
or Seek
to scan backward or forward through a track.
• Press Repeat once for REPEAT TRACK mode. Press Repeat again for REPEAT DISC
mode. Press Repeat again to turn the repeat functions off (REPEAT OFF).
• Press Shuffle once for SHUFFLE DISC mode. Press Shuffle again to turn off the shuffle
mode (SHUFFLE OFF).
Note: For information on changing CD-related source settings, see “CD settings menu” on
page 50.
Note: While playing an MP3 CD, pressing Info displays artist and title information on the media
center display panel.
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Listening to FM/AM radio
On the 3•2•1 remote, press FM-AM. If the system is off, the radio will turn on to the most
recently selected station.
OPERATION
Tuning to a station
Use the following controls to tune to a radio station.
• Press FM-AM to switch between the FM and AM bands.
• Press Tune
to tune up the band. Press Tune
to tune down the band.
to go to the previous station. Press Seek
to go to the next available
• Press Seek
station. Press and hold for rapid tuning. Release to stop at the next available station. To
stop anytime, briefly press Seek
or Seek
. To begin seeking again without holding
down the Seek button, briefly press Seek
or Seek
as soon as the first seek operation stops.
• Press the number of a stored station on the remote.
OR
• Press Preset
stored station.
to select the next stored station. Press Preset
to select the previous
Note: For information on changing FM/AM-related source settings, see “FM/AM settings menu”
on page 50.
Storing stations as presets
Using your 3•2•1 remote control you can store up to 20 AM and 20 FM station presets. This
enables you to tune to a favorite station quickly.
1. Tune to the preferred station.
2. Press Enter on the remote to store the station at the next available preset number.
OR
Enter a number on the remote using the numeric buttons. For numbers 1-9, press the single number button and hold it. For numbers 10-20, press the first number followed
immediately by pressing and holding the second number.
The newly stored preset number appears briefly on the media center display.
Note: Storing a station to a preset number replaces any station previously stored to that preset.
Erasing a preset
1. Tune to the preset station.
2. Press and hold the 0 button on the remote until the media center display tells you that
the preset is erased.
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Using the uMusic™ intelligent playback system
Before you can play stored music and use the uMusic intelligent playback system, you need
to store some CD tracks in your media center. To experience the impact of the uMusic playback system, you should start by storing 10 discs.
Storing CDs
1. To start, choose 10 of your favorite CDs.
Eject
2. Press Eject on the media center to open the disc tray.
3. Place an audio CD in the disc tray.
4. Press Eject again to close the tray.
Store
5. Press Store on the media center.
• Storing takes about 5 minutes per disc. While a CD is being stored, the media center
display (Figure 24) shows you what percentage of the task is completed.
• To interrupt or stop storing at any time, press Eject. To resume storing the same disc,
close the disc tray and press Store again.
Figure 24
Example of media center
display while storing a CD
CD
47%
STORED
STORING
6. After AUDIO CD STORED appears on the media center display, open the disc tray and
remove the CD.
7. Repeat these steps for each CD.
Planning time to store your music
• Allow about 5 minutes per CD to copy the tracks.
• Storing 10 discs will take about 1 hour, including the time it takes to insert and
remove them.
• After storing a CD, your system needs to process the tracks for efficient storage. If
after storing several CDs the media center displays BUSY PROCESSING CDS, you
will need to wait and allow the system to complete its process. Turning your system
off will allow it to process CDs faster.
• For 10 CDs your system will need about 6 hours of processing time with the system
turned off.
• If your CD collection is extensive, you should plan several separate sessions.
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Note: Your system is designed to store tracks of regular CDs only. It will not store MP3 tracks or
the contents of DVDs. If an inappropriate disc type is in the disc tray when the Store button is
pressed, the media center displays an error message to indicate that storage is not possible.
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Playing stored music
OPERATION
• Press Stored on your remote to select the stored music source and turn the system on, if it is off. The uMusic™ system will begin to play the stored music under the last-selected
preset and in the last play mode used. Your media center displays information (Figure 25)
about the track that is playing.
Figure 25
Audio source
Elapsed time
Preset number
Example media center
display of track information
STORED 2:06
1 My Songs
P1
UMUSIC
uMusic system preset name
(See “To name a preset” on page 44.)
Play mode
STORED 3:26
Rolling Stones
P1
STORED 3:26
Wild Horses
P1
STORED 3:26
TRACK 3/10
P1
CD: 152
Artist
Song title
Track number
Number of
tracks on CD
Number of CD
• If you want a different preset, press the corresponding preset number (1 to 9) on the remote.
• Press Pause to interrupt the current selection.
OR
• Press Pause again, or press Play to resume playing a paused selection.
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• Press Stop once to stop playing a selection. Pressing Play will continue the selection from
where the track stopped.
• Press Stop twice. Pressing Play will start the selection from the beginning of the track.
to skip to another track.
• Press Track
to skip to a previous track.
Note: Pressing Track
or Seek
See “Rating your music” on page 42.
• Press Seek
OPERATION
• Press Track
to skip a track registers a negative rating for that track.
once to skip to the next track.
• Within the first 2 seconds of play, press Seek
to skip to the previous track. After 2 seconds of play, press Seek
to skip to the beginning of the current track.
• Press and hold Seek
or Seek
to scan backward or forward through a track.
• Press Info to see information about the track that is playing on the media center and on
your TV (Figure 26) if it is on.
Figure 26
Example of Info display
Info for track – Almost Blue
Almost Blue/Elvis Costello (3:07)
Genre - Rock / Pop
CD #7
Track 10 of
The Best of Elvis Costello & the Attractions (1985)
by Elvis Costello
Data by All Music Guide ®2004 AEC One Stop Group, Inc.
Preset 1 – My Songs
Track 10 on CD7
Elapsed Time - 00:01 / 03:07
Note: For information on changing stored music related source settings, see
“Stored CD settings menu” on page 50.
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Rating your music
OPERATION
When you first start playing your stored music, the uMusic™ system doesn’t know what you
like to hear the most, so the system starts by playing tracks from your entire music library. As
you spend time listening to your music and rating each track, the system learns what you like
to hear.
While a track is playing you can tell the system if you like or dislike it:
• Press the – Rating button to tell the system you dislike the current track. The current track
will stop and the system will select the next track. Pressing the – Rating button makes this
track, and tracks like it, less likely to be played in the current preset.
• Press the + Rating button to tell the system you really like the current track. The current
track will continue to play. Pressing the + Rating button makes this track, and tracks like it,
more likely to be played in the current preset.
A rating is also registered when you skip a track or listen to a track all the way through. However, the effect of pressing a Rating button is stronger than either of these two actions.
You can also rate your stored music from within the Music Library. See “Rating stored music
in the library display” on page 47.
Stored music play modes
• Press uMusic to return to the uMusic playback mode from the Encore, CD#, Playlist, or
Whole CD play mode.
• Press Encore if the current track that is playing really captures your mood and you would
like to hear other similar tracks from your stored music. After the other similar tracks are
played, the uMusic playback system resumes.
• Press CD#, immediately followed by a CD number, to play one of your stored CDs. The CD
number appears on right side of the media center display while a CD is playing.
• Press Playlist briefly to play the tracks that you have put into your playlist. For more information, see “Using the Playlist” on page 45.
• Press Whole CD to play all tracks, in order, of the CD that includes the track now playing.
When the CD is finished playing, uMusic playback resumes.
Repeat and shuffle functions
Repeat and Shuffle functions only apply to CD#, Playlist and Whole CD modes.
• Press Shuffle to play tracks in a random order. SHUFFLE is displayed on the media center.
• Press Shuffle again to turn off the shuffle function.
• Press Repeat to repeat a track. REPEAT TRACK is displayed on the media center.
• Press Repeat again to repeat the whole CD or playlist. REPEAT DISC is displayed on the
media center.
• Press Repeat again to turn off the repeat function.
• To repeat a CD and play its tracks in random order, press Shuffle and then press Repeat.
SHUFFLE REPEAT DISC is displayed on the media center.
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OPERATION
Deleting stored tracks
If there is a track stored in the system that you will never want to play, you can permanently
delete it from your stored music collection.
1. Press System on the remote control.
3. Select CD# and press Enter.
4. Choose the number of the CD containing the track you want to delete and press Enter.
5. Select Track and press Enter.
6. Choose the name of the track you want to delete and press Enter.
7. Select Track Action and press Enter.
8. Choose Delete Track and press Enter.
9. After the confirmation, “Do you really want to permanently delete the track from the System,” select Yes and press Enter.
10. Press Exit to leave the System menu.
Using uMusic™ system presets
The uMusic system can manage up to nine sets of preferences using presets. The nine presets can be used to establish music preferences for different family members or for special
purposes or occasions. If you wish, you can enter a name for each preset to help you remember how it is used.
To select a uMusic preset
1. Press Stored.
2. Press 1 to 9 on the remote for the preset you want. A P followed by the preset number is
displayed on the media center to verify your choice.
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display showing preset
number
STORED 2:06
TRACK 1/2 5
P3
Note: When you play the uMusic system for the first time it automatically selects preset 1.
3. The uMusic playback system starts to play music according to the likes and dislikes registered, if any, for this preset. You can continue to rate the music being played using
the + and – Rating buttons.
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2. Select Stored CDs and press Enter.
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OPERATION
To name a preset
1. Press System.
OPERATION
2. Select Media Center options (Figure 28).
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System menu – media
center options
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3. Select uMusic Preset and press Enter.
4. Choose a preset and press Enter.
5. Select uMusic Preset Action and press Enter.
6. Select Edit Name and press Enter.
7. Using the edit screen, enter a name for the preset. See “Using the Edit Screen” on
page 56 for instructions on using the edit screen.
8. Select Done at the top right corner of the screen and press Enter.
9. Press Exit to leave the System menu.
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OPERATION
Using the Playlist
Using the Playlist feature you can create a playlist of songs for a specific purpose such as a
birthday party or holiday gathering. The Playlist can contain as many tracks as you have
stored in your media center.
OPERATION
To add the currently playing song to the playlist
Press and hold Playlist until ADDED TO PLAYLIST is displayed on the media center.
To listen to the Playlist
Press Playlist briefly. The tracks in the playlist play in order. Press the uMusic button to
leave the playlist and return to the uMusic playback mode.
To repeat a track or play the tracks in random order, see “Repeat and shuffle functions” on
page 42.
To remove a track from the Playlist
While listening to the track in Playlist mode, press and hold Playlist until REMOVED is displayed on the media center. The track is removed from the playlist but not from the system.
To add songs to the Playlist by track, album, artist, or genre
1. Press Library.
2. Use the navigation buttons to browse through your stored music collection. Refer to
“Finding stored music” on page 46.
3. Select the track, album, artist, or genre that you want to add.
4. Press and hold Playlist until TRACK>>PLAYLIST or ALBUM>>PLAYLIST is displayed on
the media center. The Music Library screen on your TV also indicates that a track, or one
or more albums have been added to the Playlist.
To remove all tracks from the Playlist
Before building a new playlist, you may find it easier to clear the playlist of all its songs.
1. Press System.
2. Select Media Center options. Press Enter.
3. Select uMusic Preset Action. Press Enter.
4. Select Clear Playlist. Press Enter.
5. Press Exit to leave the System menu.
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OPERATION
Searching through your music library
Using the Library display, you can search through your music collection by genre, artist,
album, or track.
OPERATION
Finding stored music
1. Press Library. The Music Library display (Figure 29) appears on your TV. Information also
appears on the media center display (Figure 30).
Figure 29
Music Library
On-screen Music Library
display
Items list
Current Preset
Preset 1
Genre:
Artist:
Album:
- All genres -
Track:
- All tracks -
- All artists Selection
- All albums -
Summary of selections
97 albums / 0 tracks (0 minutes) selected.
Left/Right: narrow selection by genre.
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2. Use the navigation buttons on the remote to search for music by Genre, Artist, Album, or
Track. Use the up/down arrows to select an item in the list. Use the left/right arrows to
change the selection.
3. When you select a track or album you want to hear, press Enter to play it. When it is
done, the uMusic™ playback system will again start to select songs for you.
4. Press Exit to leave the Music Library.
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OPERATION
Rating stored music in the library display
You can register a rating for any stored music found in the library by genre, artist, album, or
track. First find the item in the library display. While the item is selected, press the – Rating or
+ Rating button on your remote. The display confirms your rating (Figure 31).
Music Library
Example of rating indicator
in the music library display
Selection you are rating
OPERATION
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Preset 1
Genre:
Artist:
Album:
- All genres -
Track:
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Washington, Grover Jr.
- All albums -
97 albums / 0 tracks (0 minutes) selected.
Music rating confirmation (+ or – indicates how you rated the selection)
1 track rated (+) in Preset 1
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Registering your system for music information updates
When you store CDs, your system draws information from a built-in catalog of music information. This catalog includes 30 different characteristics about each CD such as style, tone,
related artists, key influences, and musicians. This is the information that makes the uMusic
intelligent playback system work.
Periodically, Bose issues a system update disc to make sure system owners have the
most up-to-date music catalog. To receive future updates, be sure to register your
system by mailing your completed Product Registration Card to Bose. If indicated on
your card, you may be able to register using the Internet.
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CHANGING SOURCE SETTINGS
Using the settings menus
While watching a video or listening to music on your system, you can make quick adjustments that will increase your enjoyment of the program. For that purpose, each source you
use with this system has its own Settings menu with features appropriate to that source.
To view the settings menus
CHANGING SOURCE SETTINGS
You can see the Settings menu for each source on your TV screen (Figure 32) and on the display panel of your media center (Figure 33).
1. Turn on your TV and select the correct TV input to view your 3•2•1 GSX system.
2. Press a source button on your 3•2•1 remote control.
3. Press Settings to display the Settings menu for the selected source.
If the list of menu items is too long for the screen, a small down or up arrow indicates that
you need to scroll down or up to see other items.
4. Press Exit to leave the Settings menu.
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Source name
Sample Settings menu on
your TV screen
FM
Menu item name
Output Mode: Auto
Menu items
Setting
Selection box
Navigation help - which buttons to use
Note: Any changes made in the settings menu on your TV screen will also appear in the media
center display panel.
On the media center display panel, menu items will scroll in and out of view as you press the
up ( ) and down ( ) arrow buttons on the remote.
Figure 33
Sample Settings menu on
the media center display
>OUTPUT MODE: Auto
SLEEP TIMER: Off
SETTINGS
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CHANGING SOURCE SETTINGS
To make changes in the settings menus
Whether you use your TV screen or the media center display to change settings, the same
instructions apply.
1. Turn on your TV and select the correct TV input to view your 3•2•1 GSX system.
2. Press a source button on your 3•2•1 remote control.
3. Press Settings to display the Settings menu for the selected source.
4. Using the down (
) and up (
5. Press the right arrow (
6. Press the up (
) arrow buttons, select the menu item you want to change.
) button to select the menu item setting.
) or down (
) arrow button to change the setting.
7. Press Enter or the left arrow (
) button to save the setting.
8. Press Exit to leave the Settings menu.
The progression in Figure 34 shows output mode for the FM tuner being changed from Auto
to Stereo.
Figure 34
Changing the FM output
mode setting
FM
FM
Output Mode: Auto
The down arrow
button was pressed
to select the Output
Mode menu item.
FM
Output Mode: Auto
Output Mode: Stereo
The right arrow
button was
pressed to select
the setting.
The up or down
arrow button
was pressed to
change setting
from Auto to
Stereo.
Note: You can restore all default settings by choosing Restore Settings in the Systems menu,
under Media Center options. This reverts all source settings back to the factory default settings. It also changes the Audio Processing setting back to Automatic (found in the Systems
menu under Audio options).
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You can use the actions above to change back to the original (default) settings, too. Do that if
you do not like the effect of a change you have made, or accidentally made a change you did
not intend. The default settings for each source are shown in the menu tables on the following
pages.
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CHANGING SOURCE SETTINGS
Stored CD settings menu
To see the Stored CD Settings menu, press Stored on the remote. Then press Settings.
Press Exit to remove the menu from the screen.
Item
Name
Settings
Default
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uMusic Preset 1 through 9, or
names
Description
1 (or last Indicates the current preset and
selected) allows you to change it.
Play Mode (indicator)
Library, Encore, uMusic
CD#, Playlist,
Whole CD, Shuffle, Repeat
Indicates the current uMusic play
mode. Not adjustable in the Settings
menu.
Sleep Timer
10-90 minutes
Sets system to turn off when the
selected time elapses.
Off
FM/AM settings menu
To see the FM/AM Settings menu, press FM-AM on the remote. Then press Settings. Press
Exit to remove the menu from the screen.
Item
Name
Settings
Default
Description
Output Mode
(FM only)
Auto, Stereo,
Mono
Auto
Allows you to listen to stereo broadcasts in either stereo or mono output.
RDS Info
(FM only, and
only on some
systems)
Off, On
Off
Displays station and program information (as available from Radio Data
System).
Sleep Timer
Off, 10-90
minutes
Off
Turns the system off after the set time
expires. Choose off to deactivate the
timer.
CD settings menu
To see the CD Settings menu, press CD-DVD on the remote while playing an audio CD. Then
press Settings. Press Exit to remove the menu from the screen.
Item
Name
Settings
Default
Track
__ of __
Sleep Timer
Off, 10-90
minutes
Description
Allows you to select a track on the
current disc.
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Off
Turns the system off after the set time
expires. Choose off to deactivate the
timer.
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DVD settings menu
To see the DVD Settings menu, press CD-DVD on the remote while playing a DVD video disc.
Then press Settings. Press Exit to remove the menu from the screen.
Item
Name
Default
Description
On, Off
On
Optimizes the tonal balance for movies.
Range Compression* On, Off
On
Adjusts volume to maintain dialogue intelligibility. Keeps
some sounds from overwhelming others.
Mono Decoding*
On, Off
On
Engages Videostage® 5 mono decoding circuitry to convert mono sound (one-channel audio) into simulated
surround sound.
Time
_:_ _
0:00
Displays the elapsed time of the current DVD. Also,
allows you to move to a new location in the movie by
entering a new time.
Title
__ of __
Selects a DVD title from the current disc, according to
the number set. Some DVDs do not allow direct access
to titles.
Chapter
_____
Selects a DVD chapter from the current DVD movie,
according to the number entered. Some DVDs do not
allow direct access to chapters.
Audio Track
Dependent on
disc
Allows you to choose one of the available audio tracks
on the current disc.
Subtitle language
Dependent on
disc
Allows you to choose one of the available subtitle languages (only if included on disc).
Camera Angle
1 of ____
Allows you to select one of the available camera angles
(only if included on disc).
A-B Repeat
A, B
Repeats a segment of the DVD after the start and end
points are defined. To begin:
1. Move backward or forward to the point in the DVD
where you want the segment to start.
Movie EQ*
2. Press Enter.
3. Move to the point where you want it to end.
4. Press Enter.
Repeats until you press the Settings button.
Sleep Timer
Off, 10-90
minutes
Off
Turns the system off after the set time expires. Choose
off to deactivate the timer.
*Available only when Audio Processing is set to User Adjustable. See “Audio options” on
page 58 for more information.
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Settings
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TV, CBL-SAT, and AUX settings menu
The settings below affect programs on the TV, even when the source of the program is VCR,
CBL/SAT or AUX. There are no separate setting menus for these sources.
CHANGING SOURCE SETTINGS
Movie EQ, Range Compression and Mono Decoding appear in the menu only if Audio
Processing is set to User Adjustable. Audio Processing can be found in the System menu under Audio options.
Item
Name
Settings
Default
Description
Movie EQ*
On, Off
On
Optimizes the tonal balance for
movies.
Range Compression*
On, Off
On
Adjusts volume to maintain dialogue
intelligibility. Keeps some sounds from
overwhelming others.
Mono Decoding* On, Off
On
Engages Videostage® 5 mono decoding circuitry to convert mono sound
(one-channel audio) into simulated
surround sound.
Dolby Digital
1+1**
1, 2, Both
1
Plays audio content of selected
soundtrack(s).
The content of the second soundtrack may be a second language, for
example.
Sleep Timer
Off, 10-90
minutes
Off
Turns the system off after the set time
expires. Choose off to deactivate the
timer.
*Available only when Audio Processing is set to User Adjustable. See “Audio options” on
page 58 for more information.
** Available only when a Dolby Digital 1+1 signal is detected.
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CHANGING SYSTEM OPTIONS
Using the System menu
Changes to system options are typically made only once. If your system operates as you
want it to, there may be no need for any changes. In some cases, however, changes are
required to make the system fully compatible with the installation options you have chosen.
To change System menu options
Unlike the source settings menus, the System menu only appears on your TV screen.
CHANGING SYSTEM OPTIONS
1. Turn on your TV and select the correct TV input to view your 3•2•1 GSX system.
2. Press the System button on your 3•2•1 remote control. The System menu (Figure 35)
appears on your TV screen.
Note: Entering the System menu causes any DVD or VCD that is playing to pause.
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System menu example
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3. Using the right ( ) and left ( ) arrow buttons, highlight one of the option categories
(Stored CD, Audio, Video, Media Center, Remote Control, or DVD Lock).
4. Press Enter or the down (
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8. Press Enter or the left arrow (
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9. Press Exit to leave the System menu.
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CHANGING SYSTEM OPTIONS
Stored CD options
Press System on the remote control. A preview of Stored CD features is displayed. Press the
down arrow button to move into an active display of submenus.
CHANGING SYSTEM OPTIONS
Note: This choice is available from the System menu only when music from at least one CD has
been stored in the system. For information on storing your music, refer to “Storing CDs” on
page 39.
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Options
Settings
Description
CD#
(Indicator only)
1 [default]
or selected CD number
Shows the settings for the CD with that number in the system.
Changes when the CD selection changes; cannot be edited.
CD Action
Reload CD information [default]
Delete CD
Replaces user edits with database information.
Requires confirmation. Then removes all information related to
this CD.
CD Playback
Automatic [default]
Plays linked tracks of a CD in order, such as movements of a
symphony.
Tracks play together and in order only.
Tracks do not always play in order and together.
Link all tracks
Don’t link all tracks
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Stored CD
Options
Settings
Description
Identifies the type of music on the CD.
Rock/Pop, Classical, Jazz,
Electronica, World, Latin, Country, Reclassifies the CD as the selected music genre.
Hip Hop/Rap, Vocal Music,
Gospel/Religious, Blues,
Soundtrack, Folk/Bluegrass,
New Age, Reggae, Easy Listening,
Children, Spoken/Comedy,
Holiday, Other, Unlabeled
Album
Specific to the CD.
Displays an editing screen** on your TV which allows you to
change album information.
Artist*
Specific to the CD.
Displays an editing screen** on your TV which allows you to
change artist information.
File Artist As*
Specific to the CD.
Displays an editing screen** on your TV which allows you to
change the way an artist’s name is listed.
Track
Specific to the CD.
Allows you to select a track on the CD.
Track Action
Edit [default]
Delete Track
Selecting Edit displays an editing screen on your TV.
Displays a message asking you to confirm your selection. Upon
confirming, the current track and all track information is deleted.
CHANGING SYSTEM OPTIONS
Genre
*Does not appear in every menu.
** See “Using the Edit Screen” on page 56.
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CHANGING SYSTEM OPTIONS
Using the Edit Screen
The Edit Screen (Figure 37) enables you to change or replace music information provided by
the system. It appears when you select a menu item that can be edited from the Stored CD
options (page 54) or the Library menu (page 46).
Figure 37
Cursor
Edit Screen example
Text line
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Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus_
Done
Alphabetic
characters
Done button:
Removes the
Edit Screen and
returns you to the
system menu.
Numbers
and symbols
Special
characters
Erase
Space
Shift
Selected
character
set
Select “Erase” to remove a mistake.
Select “Done” when you are finished.
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When you select a menu item that can be edited, the text appears in the text line of the Edit
Screen. You can add to it or enter new text by selecting characters from the alphabetic,
numeric, or special character sets. Use the remote control up, down, left and right arrows to
select a character and press Enter to write it in the text line. When you are finished editing,
select the Done button and press Enter to remove the Edit Screen.
To remove existing characters from the text line:
Characters are removed from right to left starting at the cursor.
1. Select Erase.
2. Press Enter to remove the last character in the text line.
3. Press Enter as often as needed to remove additional characters in that line.
To enter new text or add to existing text:
New characters are added starting at the cursor.
1. Move to a character and press Enter.
2. Move to the next character and press Enter.
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To enter a space between words:
Spaces are entered to the right of the last character in the text line.
1. Select Space and press Enter.
2. Select the first character of your next word and press Enter.
1. Select Shift and press Enter. Notice that the alphabetic character set is now all capital
letters.
2. Select the next character and press Enter.
3. Select Shift and press Enter again if you want the next entered character to be lower
case.
To enter a number or symbol:
1. Select the number and symbols character set.
2. Select the number or symbol you want and press Enter.
To enter a non-English special character:
1. Select the special characters set.
2. Select the special character(s) you want and press Enter.
To save the text:
• Select Done and press Enter.
To undo all edits you’ve made:
To undo changes you made to CD information, you can replace your changes with the
original music information that came stored in your system.
1. Press System on the remote.
2. Select CD Action.
3. Select Reload CD information and press Enter.
4. Press Exit.
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To enter a capital letter:
The first letter of a new line of text is automatically capitalized. Lower case characters are
entered after that unless you use the Shift function.
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Audio options
The audio options affect the way the system sounds in your home.
Note: Listening to an audio source while you change audio options can be helpful. Some
changes will be immediately noticeable and therefore useful in fine tuning your selections.
Figure 38
Audio system options
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Settings
Description
Bass Compensation
0 [default]
–14 to +14
Normal low-frequency reproduction.
Decreased (–) or increased (+) low-frequency reproduction.
Treble Compensation
0 [default]
–14 to +14
Normal high-frequency reproduction.
Decreased (–) or increased (+) high-frequency reproduction.
Audio Processing
Automatic [default] Standard Bose® processing applied.
User Adjustable
Processing options (Movie EQ, Range Compression, Mono
Decoding) available in Source Settings menus.
Normal [default]
Input Levels:
–6, –3, +3, +6
TV Analog Input Level
TV Digital Input Level
CBL/SAT Analog Input Level
CBL/SAT Digital Input Level
AUX Analog Input Level
AUX Digital Input Level
Standard signal level (loudness).
Decreases or increases signal level (adjustable to match the
levels of other audio devices).
Note: You may want to adjust the input levels of external audio
devices so they match the system’s internal FM and CD levels.
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Video options
The video options affect the way the picture looks on your TV.
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Video system options
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Video Options
Settings
Description
TV Aspect Ratio
Normal [default]
Widescreen
4:3 ratio screen display.
16:9 ratio widescreen display.
Widescreen DVDs
Modified [default]
Unmodified
Modified [default].
Unmodified.
Video Connector*
Composite + S-Video [default] Identifies the type of video connection made on the back panel
of the media center.
Component
Video Format
NTSC [default]
PAL
Correct for NTSC (US standard) monitors.
Correct for PAL (European standard) monitors.
Video Black Level
Normal [default]
Extended
Screen black level generally appropriate for TVs.
Increases screen black level, appropriate for certain TVs.
Progressive Scan** Off [default]
On
Screen image repaints in standard style.
Screen image repaints in advanced style (if available on the TV).
* A read-only item that indicates the connection detected automatically by the system.
** Appears only when Video Connector is Component (NTSC only).
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Media center options
The media center options affect the general operation of the system.
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Media Center system
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Settings
Description
Display Brightness
4 [default]
1 (darkest) to 4 (brightest)
Media center display lights with a mid-range brightness.
Darkens or lightens the media center display.
Display Language
English [default]
On-screen display menus appear in the selected language.
Dansk, Deutsch, Espanol, Francais, Italiano, Nederlands, Svenska
Optical Source
None [default]
TV, CBL/SAT, AUX
No digital signal received via optical cable.
Digital signal received via optical cable for selected source.
Tuner Spacing
US [default]
European
Channel spacing for AM/FM radio stations set to selected
region standard.
uMusic Preset
1 [default]
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
The selected preset to which a uMusic Preset Action is
applied.
uMusic Preset Action Edit name
Clear playlist
Clear ratings
Opens an editing screen for naming or renaming the
selected uMusic Preset.
Removes all tracks from the system playlist.
Removes all stored ratings associated with the selected
uMusic Preset.
Bose link Room
Code*
B [default]
Assigns a room code to your 3•2•1 GSX system when it is
®
C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, or O connected to a Bose link source.
Restore Settings
No
Yes
Maintains current system settings.
Reverts system settings back to factory defaults.
** Appears only when a Bose® link source is connected.
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CHANGING SYSTEM OPTIONS
Remote control options
The Remote Control options help you set up your remote to control other audio devices that
are connected to your system.
Figure 41
Remote Control system
options
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Remote Control
Options
Settings
Description
TV Brand
Brand name
Provides a list of TV brands for the 3•2•1 remote control to operate.
TV Device Code
Code number
Provides a list of available device codes for the selected TV brand.
CBLxSAT Device
Cable, Satellite
Identifies which of two devices is connected to the CBL-SAT input.
CBLxSAT Brand
Brand name
Provides a list of cable/satellite box brands for the 3•2•1 remote control to operate.
CBLxSAT Device Code Code number
Provides a list of available device codes for the selected cable/satellite
box brand.
AUX Device
VCR, PVR
Identifies which of two devices is connected to the AUX input.
AUX Brand
Brand name
Provides a list of VCR/PVR brands for the 3•2•1 remote control to
operate.
AUX Device Code
Code number
Provides a list of available device codes for the selected VCR/PVR
brand.
Note: To find the brand and device codes for each component that can be connected to, and
controlled by the 3•2•1 GSX system, see “Device Codes” on page A-1.
Note: After programming your remote to control external audio/video devices from the System
menu, press the System button once to continue navigating the System menu.
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CHANGING SYSTEM OPTIONS
DVD Lock options
The DVD Lock options allow you to restrict viewing of DVD videos with certain ratings. To
activate this feature, you need to set a level of restriction and establish a password in the
DVD Lock section of the System menu.
Figure 42
DVD Lock system options
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DVD Lock Options
Settings
Description
Lock Unrated Discs
Off
On
No restriction applies to unrated DVD movies.
Restricts viewing access to unrated titles when password is set.
Lock Discs Rated Above
1 to 8
Helps prevent viewing discs above the selected number when a
password is created.
Manage DVD Password
____
Establishes a new four-number code to restrict access to movies
with certain ratings.
Setting a password and restriction level
Your password will help prevent unauthorized viewing of DVD videos that have a higher rating
than your restriction level. There are 8 levels to choose from, matched to movie ratings set by
the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). See “Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) rating system” on page 63.
1. Turn on your TV and select the correct TV input to view your 3•2•1 GSX system.
2. Press the System button on your 3•2•1 remote control.
3. Using the right (
) and left (
4. Press Enter or the down (
) arrow buttons, highlight the DVD Lock option.
) arrow key.
Note: If you are using the DVD Lock option for the first time, enter a four-digit password. Then
enter it again to confirm.
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CHANGING SYSTEM OPTIONS
5. Enter your four-digit password.
6. Using the down (
) button, scroll down to Lock Discs Rated Above.
7. Press the right arrow (
8. Press the up (
) button to see the available settings.
) or down (
) arrow button to find the rating you want.
) button to save the setting.
CHANGING SYSTEM OPTIONS
9. Press Enter or the left arrow (
10. Press Exit to dismiss the Settings menu.
Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) rating system
Parental
Control
Setting
MPAA
Rating
8
Audience
Restriction
None
7
NC-17
Adult audiences
6
R
Mature audiences
5
Mature teenage audiences
4
PG-13
Teenage audiences
3
PG
Mature young audiences
2
1
Most audiences
G
General
Example: Choosing a Parental Control Setting of 4, restricts access to videos rated above PG-13. Videos with ratings above that may be viewed only after entering the password.
Your password also helps prevent others from changing the restriction level setting without permission.
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MAINTAINING YOUR SYSTEM
Cleaning
Cleaning the media center
• Use only a soft, dry cloth to clean the outside surfaces of the media center.
• Do not use any sprays near the system. Do not use any solvents, chemicals, or cleaning
solutions containing alcohol, ammonia, or abrasives.
• Do not allow liquids to spill into any openings.
MAINTAINING YOUR SYSTEM
Cleaning the speakers
• Clean the surface of your speakers with a soft, damp cloth. You can use an ammonia-free
window cleaner on a soft cloth to maintain the finish.
• Do not use any sprays near the speakers. Do not use any solvents, chemicals, or cleaning
solutions containing alcohol, ammonia, or abrasives.
• Do not allow liquids to spill into any openings.
Cleaning discs
• Handle discs by their edges to prevent fingerprints and scratches (Figure 43a).
• To remove stains or fingerprints from the surface of a disc, use a soft and dry lint-free,
cloth. Wipe in straight movements from the center of the disc to the outside (Figure 43b).
Do not use any chemical products; they can damage the disc.
• Do not use a circular motion to clean (Figure 43c).
• Do not write on or attach labels to the surface of a disc.
• To minimize exposure to dust and dirt, return discs to their cases after use. Store each disc
in its case, away from direct sunlight, high temperatures, and humidity.
Figure 43
Disc care
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MAINTAINING YOUR SYSTEM
Replacing the remote control batteries
CAUTION: Please dispose of used batteries properly, following any local regulations.
Do not incinerate.
• Slide open the battery compartment (Figure 44).
• Notice the polarity markings (+ and –) inside the compartment and install the batteries
accordingly. Be sure to replace both batteries.
• Slide the battery compartment cover back into place.
(2) AA batteries (IEC R6)
MAINTAINING YOUR SYSTEM
Figure 44
Putting in the batteries
+
Battery
compartment
cover
+
Accessories
The Bose® 3•2•1 GSX system shelf speakers are compatible with Bose mounting accessories, including the UB-20 wall brackets, UFS-20 floor stands and UTS-20 table stands (Figure
45). Bose also offers cable adapters for use in running speaker cable through walls.
For further information or to order the mounting brackets, stands, or cable adapters, contact
your Bose dealer or Bose Corporation directly. Refer to the address sheet included in the
shipping carton.
Figure 45
Speaker accessories
UFS-20
Floor Stand
UB-20
Wall Bracket
US-T20
Table Stand
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting table
Problem
What to do
System doesn’t do anything
• Make sure the unit is turned on. Try pressing the remote On-Off button and the media center On-Off button.
• Make sure the Acoustimass module cable is properly connected to the media center and
the Acoustimass module.
• Make sure the power cord is inserted securely into the Acoustimass® module and plugged
firmly into an operating AC wall outlet.
• Be sure to select a source (CD/DVD, AM/FM, etc.).
• Unplug the Acoustimass module power cord from the outlet for one minute, then reconnect it. This allows the unit to reset itself. After reconnecting the power cord, wait for the
message, “BOSE 3•2•1” to appear on the media center display.
Disc won’t eject
• Turn off the unit.
• Unplug the Acoustimass module power cord from the outlet for one minute, then reconnect it. This allows the unit to reset itself.
• Before powering on, press and hold Eject on the media center.
No sound
• Increase the volume.
• Check to see if MUTE is lit on the display. If it is, press the Mute button on the remote control to unmute the sound.
• On the remote, press the button for the source you want to hear. If you previously selected
a source by pressing the Source button on the media center, you cannot control the new
source with the remote until you press the button for this new source on the remote.
• Make sure the Acoustimass module cable and speaker cable are firmly seated in their
respective jacks and the multi-pin connector on the other end is firmly seated in the Acoustimass module jack.
• Check speaker connections.
• Turn the media center off for 10 seconds, then on again.
• Check the connections for any external audio devices. Be sure to select the correct source
for the desired input.
• Be sure the disc is placed correctly, label-side up, in the CD tray.
• Connect the FM and AM antennas.
• Unplug the Acoustimass module power cord from the outlet for a minute, then reconnect it.
This allows the unit to reset itself.
• If you are using an optical digital audio connection, make sure that the optical jack is correctly assigned in the System menu.
• Make sure the volume is turned up on the TV.
• Check input level settings for each connected device in the System menu.
Sound, but no picture
• Make sure the TV is on.
• When playing a DVD or other video source, make sure the TV is set to the correct video input.
Remote control is
inconsistent or does not
work
• Check batteries and their polarity (+ and –). See “Replacing the remote control batteries”
on page 65.
• On the remote, press the button for the source you want to hear. If you previously selected
a source by pressing the Source button on the media center, you cannot control the new
source with the remote until you press the button for this new source on the remote.
• Point the remote control at the media center.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
What to do
Radio does not work
or has poor reception
•
•
•
•
•
•
Make sure antennas are connected properly.
Move AM antenna at least 20 inches (50 cm) from the media center.
Adjust antenna position to improve reception.
AM antenna must be upright.
Move antennas farther from TV or other electronic equipment.
You may be in an area of weak signal coverage.
DVD or CD does not
play
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Check to see if the Play symbol in the display is lit.
After pressing the CD/DVD button, wait a few seconds before pressing Play.
Make sure the disc is properly inserted (label-side up).
Eject the disc and try loading it again.
There may be dirt or dust on the disc. Clean the disc. See “Cleaning discs” on page 64.
The disc may be defective. Try another disc.
Make sure region codes for both the DVD and player match. See “Check for region code
compatibility” page 5.
FM sound is distorted
• Adjust antenna position to reduce interference.
Sound is distorted
• Make sure speaker cables are not damaged and the connections are secure.
• Reduce the output level from any external audio devices connected to the music center.
• Reduce the input level setting for the connected device in the system menu.
Picture is black and
white or rolling
• Check the video cable connections.
• Check the Video Format setting and change to appropriate setting (NTSC or PAL). See “Video options” on page 59.
Forgot your password
• Enter the password 2673 to unlock DVD access.
“NO LABEL” appears
• The uMusic system uses a catalog of music information to identify and classify the CDs
on the media center disyou store. A recent CD release might not be in the catalog. To receive music information
play when using the
updates, be sure to register your system.
Stored CD source
• Manually enter information using the edit screen (page 56).
“BUSY PROCESSING
CDs” appears on the
media center display
and it won’t let me store
any more CDs
• When you store a CD, the tracks are first placed in a holding area which can hold up to 10
CDs. This message appears if this holding area is full. Wait 30 minutes and try again.
Customer service
For additional help in solving problems, contact Bose® Customer Service. Refer to the
address list included in the carton.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Power rating
USA/Canada: 120V
Maximum ambient temperature
50/60Hz 300W
International: 220-240V
50/60Hz 300W
Dual voltage: 115/230V
50/60Hz 300W
Audio inputs
AUX – Left, Right (analog); D (digital)
CBL-SAT – L, R (analog); D (digital)
TV – L, R (analog); D (digital)
Optical – SPDIF digital, mapped to input
104°F (45°C)
Dimensions
Media center: 3¼"H x 13¾"W x 10"D (8.3 cm x 34.9 cm x 25.4 cm)
Remote control: 1 1 8"H x 2½"W x 9"D (3.0 cm x 6.5 cm x 22.9 cm)
3•2•1 GSX speakers: 2½"H x 5½"W x 4"D (6.4 cm x 14 cm x 10.5 cm)
Acoustimass module: 14½"H x 8¾"W x 19 1 8"D (36.7 cm x 22.2 cm x 48.5 cm)
Audio outputs
Acoustimass® Module – SPDIF
Weights
Media center: 6.7 lb (3.0 kg)
Video inputs
C (composite) – NTSC or PAL format
S-Video
Video outputs
C (composite) – NTSC or PAL format
S-Video
Component Y, Pb, Pr
GSX speakers: 1 lb (.45 kg) each
Acoustimass module: 23.3 lb (10.6 kg)
Finish
Media center: polymer
Speakers: polymer
Acoustimass module: polymer
Antennas
FM 75: – external FM antenna
AM – external AM antenna
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END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT
IMPORTANT: READ CAREFULLY: This End User License Agreement
(“EULA”) is a legal agreement between you, the End User
(“End User” or “You”), and Bose Corporation (“Bose”) governing your use of the technology and software and data
and data content belonging to Bose, its vendors and licensors (“Technology”), that is contained in this audio/video
device (“System”). By tearing open the protective wrapping on this System, you are agreeing to be bound by the
terms of this EULA. In the event you disagree with any of
the terms contained herein, DO NOT UNWRAP THIS SYSTEM. Return the sealed System to Bose Corporation for a
full refund.
Copyright laws and international copyright treaties, as well
as other intellectual property laws and treaties protect the
Technology contained within this System. The Technology
is being licensed, not sold. This EULA grants you the right
to use the Technology only on this Bose System. You may
NOT transfer, lend, distribute, prepare derivative works,
reverse engineer, de-compile, or disassemble the Technology, except and only to the extent that applicable law
expressly permits such activity. You agree that you will use
the Technology and the System solely for your own personal non-commercial use.
The Technology contains software that allows You to
obtain vendor-supplied music-related information, including name, artist, track, and title information (“Data”). You
may use Data only be means of the intended End User
functions of the Technology. You agree not to assign,
copy, transfer or transmit such Data to any third party.
YOU AGREE NOT TO USE OR EXPLOIT DATA EXCEPT AS
EXPRESSLY PERMITTED HEREIN.
You agree that your non-exclusive license to use the Technology will terminate if you violate these restrictions. If your
license terminates, you agree to cease any and all use of
the Technology or Data. Bose, its vendors and licensors
reserve all rights in the Technology, including all ownership
rights. You agree that the vendors and licensors of Bose
may enforce their rights under this Agreement directly in
their own name.
Bose warrants this System in accordance with the provisions of the warranty card delivered with this System.
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH THEREIN, BOSE,
ITS VENDORS, AND ITS LICENSORS HEREBY DISCLAIM
ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, AND STATUTORY, IN CONNECTION WITH THE TECHNOLOGY,
INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, NON-INFRINGEMENT
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UNDERSTAND THIS AGREEMENT AND AGREE TO BE
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THIS AGREEMENT IS THE COMPLETE AND EXCLUSIVE
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AGREEMENT, ORAL OR WRITTEN, AND ANY OTHER
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Device Codes
Códigos de instalación
Codes de configuration
Akai...................
TV
Television
Televisor
Télévision
0264, 0412
A-Mark ..............
0003
A.R. Systems .......
0374, 0455
Abex .................
0032
Accent ...............
0009
Acec .................
0012
Acura ................
0009
..............
Akiba .................
0037, 0218,
0282, 0294,
0455
0284
Akito..................
0037, 0272
Addison .............
0092, 0108,
0653
Akura .................
Admiral ..............
0087, 0093,
0163, 0264,
0463
0009, 0037,
0218, 0264,
0282, 0412,
0493, 0668,
0714
Advent ...............
0519, 0761,
0779, 0783,
0807, 0815,
0817, 0842,
1933
Adcom
Adventura ...........
0046
Adyson ..............
0032, 0216,
0217
Agashi ...............
0216, 0217,
0264
.................
Agef..................
Aiko ..................
0516
AGB
0087
0009, 0092,
0216, 0217,
0264
..................
0037, 0072,
0706, 0753
Aiwa .................
0701, 0705,
0848, 1904,
1910, 1914
Aim
Anitech ..............
0009, 0037,
0282
0003, 0009,
0030, 0060,
0092, 0093,
0108, 0178,
0179, 0180,
0451
Baile ..................
0001, 0009,
0374, 0661
Baird..................
0072, 0073,
0190, 0193,
0208, 0217
Aolingpu .............
0858
Bang & Olufsen .....
0087, 0565
Aolinpike ............
0264, 0412
Baohuashi ...........
0264, 0412
Apex Digital .........
0748, 0765,
0767, 0879,
1943
Baosheng ............
0009, 0817
Barco .................
0380
Apollo ................
0473
Basic Line
Arc En Ciel ..........
0109, 0196,
0198, 0399,
0501
Arcam................
0216, 0217
Bastide ...............
0217
Archer
...............
...............
Aristona .............
0003
Baur ..................
Ardem
0037, 0714
0037, 0303,
0361, 0505,
0512, 0535,
0554
Baysonic .............
0180, 0236,
0463
Bazin .................
0217
Beaumark ............
0178
Beijing ................
0001, 0009,
0208, 0226,
0264, 0374,
0412, 0661,
0812, 0817,
0821
Beko ..................
0037, 0370,
0418, 0486,
0606, 0714,
0715, 1037
0012, 0037,
0556
0009, 0036,
0037, 0163,
0216, 0218,
0235, 0247,
0355, 0371,
0418, 0443,
0487, 0581,
0668, 1037
Arthur Martin........
0163, 0400
ASA ..................
0070, 0087,
0104
Asberg ...............
0037, 0102
................
0009
Albatron..............
0700, 0843
Astra .................
0037
Alfide .................
0672
Asuka ................
Allorgan ..............
0206, 0217,
0294
0217, 0218,
0264
Allstar ................
0037
........
America Action .....
Amplivision ..........
0177
Ampro ................
0751
Amstrad..............
0009, 0037,
0171, 0177,
0218, 0264,
0354, 0371,
0412, 0433,
0516, 0581,
0648, 1037
Anam .................
0003, 0009,
0180, 0250,
0628, 0700,
0861
0009, 0264,
0412
AOC ..................
Alba ..................
0217, 0370,
0400
0009
Baihe .................
0009, 0104,
0292, 0370,
0428, 0668
0179, 0216
0180
1937
Axxent................
Ansonic ..............
Alaron ................
Ambassador
Axion .................
Asora
...........
0009, 0037,
0217, 0218,
0282, 0339,
0374, 0455,
0556, 0668
Atlantic ..............
0037, 0206,
0216, 0259
Atori ..................
0009
Bell & Howell ........
0016, 0154
Auchan ..............
0163, 0400
Beon..................
.............
Audiosonic ..........
0180
0032, 0037,
0418
..............
Best ..................
Bestar ................
0668
Bestar-Daewoo .....
0374
0217, 0264,
0370, 0428,
0486
Binatone .............
0217
Black Diamond......
0614, 1037
0003, 0092,
0180, 0451,
0623, 0802,
0875, 1937
Black Panther .......
0102
Black Star
...........
............
Blackway ............
Blaupunkt ............
0247
Blacktron
0282
Audinac
Audioton
............
Audiovox ............
0009, 0037,
0109, 0217,
0218, 0264,
0337, 0370,
0374, 0428,
0486, 0714,
0715
Anam National ......
0055, 0250,
0650
Autovox
.............
0087, 0206,
0217, 0247
Anglo .................
0009, 0264
Awa ..................
Anhua ................
0051
0009, 0011,
0036, 0108,
0157, 0216,
0217, 0264,
0374, 0606
Berthen
0337
0037, 0370,
0374
0218, 0282
0036, 0170,
0191, 0195,
0200, 0327,
0328, 0455,
0535, 0554
A-1
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
888 ...................
0009, 0030,
0035, 0037,
0072, 0163,
0178, 0191,
0208, 0216,
0217, 0218,
0264, 0284,
0361, 0371,
0377, 0412,
0433, 0448,
0473, 0480,
0516, 0548,
0556, 0581,
0602, 0606,
0631, 0672,
0696, 0702,
0708, 0714,
0715, 0729,
0745, 0753,
0806, 0812,
1537, 1903
Celestial
TV
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
Blue Sky
............
0037, 0218,
0282, 0455,
0487, 0556,
0668, 0714,
0715, 1037,
1254
Blue Star ............
0282
Bondstec............
0247
Boots ................
0009, 0217,
0272
BPL ..................
0037, 0282
Bradford.............
0180
Brandt ...............
Brandt Electronic ..
Brinkmann ..........
0109, 0196,
0198, 0335,
0399, 0501,
0560, 0625
0037, 0418,
0486, 0519,
0668, 1237
0087
............
Broksonic ...........
0216, 0217
0767, 0819,
0820, 0821
0808
Conrowa
0009, 0145,
0156, 0264,
0412, 0696,
0698,
0753,1170
Contec ...............
0009, 0036,
0037, 0157,
0180, 0216
Deitron ...............
0374
Denko ................
0264
0145, 0511
CGE ..................
0074, 0084,
0247, 0370,
0418
........
0001, 0009,
0051, 0264,
0374, 0412,
0661, 0817
Changcheng
..............
Carnivale ............
Carrefour ............
Carver ...............
Cascade ............
Casio ................
Cathay...............
CCE..................
Celebrity ............
Celera ...............
A-2
0037, 0455
0030
0036, 0070
Continental Edison.
..........
0264, 0412,
0696, 0753,
0817
0109, 0196,
0198, 0399,
0487, 0501
Cosmel ..............
0009, 0037,
0337
DER...................
0190, 0193
Changhai ............
0009, 0817
Craig .................
Desmet ...............
0180
0009, 0037,
0087
Changhong ..........
0009, 0156,
0264, 0508,
0519, 0765,
0767,
0783,0807,
0817, 0820,
0821, 0827,
0848, 1028,
1910
Crosley ..............
0054, 0074,
0084, 0087,
0247
Diamant ..............
0037
Diamond .............
0009, 0264,
0698, 0825
0009, 0037,
0039, 0053,
0180, 0208,
0339, 0370,
0412, 0418,
0486, 0487,
0579, 0606,
0672, 0712,
0714, 0715
Digatron ..............
0037
Digiline ...............
0668
Digital Life ...........
0780, 0872
Digitor ................
0037
Changfeng
Chun Yun ............
0009, 0264
Chung Hsin..........
0033, 0036,
0053, 0108,
0180
..........
Chunsun .............
Cimline ...............
Cinema ..............
Cineral ...............
Citizen ...............
Chungfeng
0037, 0217
0000
0765
Crown
...............
Crown Mustang ....
0672
CS Electronics......
0216, 0218,
0247
CTC ..................
Curtis Mathes
......
0412
0009, 0817
Denver
Dixi
...............
...................
0009, 0037,
0087
DL.....................
0848
Domeos ..............
0668
0247
Domland .............
0394
0016, 0030,
0039, 0047,
0051, 0054,
0056, 0060,
0093, 0145,
0154, 0166,
0451, 0466,
0702, 1147,
1347, 1919
Dongda
..............
0009
Donghai ..............
0009
Drean .................
0037
DTS ...................
0009
Dual
..................
0009, 0218
CXC ..................
0180
0672
Cybertron
...........
0218
0092, 0451
D-Vision .............
0037
Dual Tec..............
0030, 0039,
0046, 0056,
0060, 0092,
0186, 0280,
0451, 0535,
1928
Daenyk ..............
0179, 0672
Dumont
.............
0003, 0009,
0030, 0032,
0037, 0039,
0056, 0092,
0108, 0154,
0170, 0178,
0180, 0217,
0218, 0374,
0451, 0499,
0556, 0623,
0628, 0634,
0661, 0672,
0700, 1661,
1902, 1909,
1921, 1928
Daewoo
0037
0037, 0217,
0259, 0303,
0394, 0519,
0807, 1137,
1237
0217
..............
0017, 0070,
0087, 0102
Durabrand ...........
0003, 0171,
0178, 0180,
0463
Dux ...................
0012, 0037
Dwin ..................
0720, 0774
Dynatron .............
0012, 0037
E-Elite ................
0218
ECE ...................
0037
Edison-Minerva .....
0487
Elbe ...................
0217, 0238,
0259, 0292,
0411, 0435,
0516, 0610,
0630
..........
.........
Elekta.................
City ...................
0009
Clarion ...............
0180
Clarivox ..............
0037, 0070
Clatronic .............
0009, 0037,
0102, 0217,
0218, 0247,
0264, 0370,
0371, 0579,
0714
Dainichi ..............
0216, 0218
1037
Dansai ...............
0009, 0032,
0035, 0036,
0037, 0208,
0216, 0217
1906
Dansette.............
0412
Elbe-Sharp
0516
0056
Dantax ...............
0714, 0715
Electroband
0000
0009
Dawa
0009, 0037
0037
0000, 0003,
0009, 0033,
0092, 0179,
0180, 0700,
0843
Chunfeng ............
0054, 0170
0037
0033, 0037,
0072, 0217,
0272, 0516,
0621
Denon ................
0009, 0036,
0037, 0208,
0217, 0218,
0235, 0264,
0272, 0282,
0284, 0294,
0355, 0361,
0371, 0374,
0487, 0519,
0556, 0581,
0614, 0617,
0668, 0698,
0714, 1037,
1237, 1900
Carena
DEC
0009, 0374,
0817
Bush .................
0610, 0668,
1037
Conia ................
Changfei .............
0218
Carad ................
0795
Conrac...............
BTC ..................
0264
..................
Decca ................
0087, 0238,
0247
0163, 0294
0218
0208, 0227,
0548
Century ..............
BSR ..................
Capsonic ............
0374, 0661
De Graaf .............
0032
0003, 0009,
0092, 0179
Canton ..............
Dayu ..................
Conic ................
Ching Tai.............
0030, 0046,
0056, 0186
0754
0037
0087
Candle...............
0009, 0037,
0374
0009
1037
Bruns ................
0748
..............
Daytron
Centurion ............
0009, 0817
0009, 0817
Dayton ...............
Centrum .............
Chengdu .............
Cailing ...............
0009, 0037,
0247, 0264,
0282, 0370,
0411, 0418
0780, 0826
0003, 0236,
0463, 1905,
1911, 1929,
1935, 1938
Caihong .............
Condor ..............
Centrex ..............
0109, 0501
Brionvega ...........
Britannia
.............
..............
CMS ..................
CMS Hightec........
Colt ...................
Concerto.............
Concorde ............
Clayton
0216
0217
................
0037
0009, 0264
Elektra ...............
0017, 1661
ELG ..................
0037
Elin ...................
0009, 0037,
0104, 0361,
0448, 0548
Elite ..................
0218
Elman ................
0102
Elta...................
0009, 0264
Emco ................
0247
Emerson
............
0037, 0070,
0072, 0087,
0102, 0104,
0105, 0179,
0217, 0346,
0411, 0473,
0480, 0492,
0516, 0621,
0629, 0631,
0714, 0715
Firstar ................
0009, 0033,
0236
..............
0009, 0037,
0072, 0208,
0216, 0217,
0235, 0238,
0247, 0294,
0361, 0374,
0411, 0556,
0668, 0714,
1037
Firstline
Fisher
................
0036, 0045,
0047, 0072,
0087, 0104,
0154, 0157,
0208, 0217,
0303, 0370
Emperor .............
0282
Envision .............
0030, 0813
Enzer
Epson
................
...............
Erres .................
ESC ..................
Ether .................
Etron .................
0001, 0009,
0163
Eurofeel .............
0217, 0264
Frontech .............
Euroman ............
0037, 0216,
0217, 0264,
0370
0009, 0163,
0217, 0247,
0264, 0448
Fujitsu ................
0009, 0072,
0179, 0186,
0206, 0217,
0259, 0683,
0809, 0853
Europa...............
Flint ...................
0037, 0072,
0218, 0264,
0455, 0610
0753
Forgestone ..........
0193
0833, 0840
Formenti .............
0037, 0087,
0216
Fortress ..............
0087, 0093
Fraba .................
0037, 0370
Friac ..................
0009, 0037,
0102, 0370,
0499
0012, 0037
0037, 0217
0003, 0009,
0030
0037
...........
0102, 0217,
0516
Expert ...............
0163, 0206,
0259, 0400
Europhon
Exquisit..............
0037, 0247
..............
Feilu .................
Feiyan ...............
Feiyue ...............
Fenner ...............
Ferguson ............
0009
Feilang
Fidelity...............
0009, 0817
0264, 0412
0009, 0817
Fujitsu General ......
0009, 0186,
0206, 0217
Funai .................
0171, 0179,
0180, 0264,
0294, 0303,
0668, 1904
Furi ...................
0145, 0264,
0412, 0817
Futuretech ...........
0180
Galaxi ................
0037
0009, 0374
Galaxis ...............
0037, 0370
0037, 0053,
0073, 0109,
0190, 0192,
0193, 0238,
0335, 0548,
0560, 0625
Ganxin ...............
0817
Gateway .............
1755, 1756
GBC ..................
0009, 0218,
0374
0037, 0163,
0193, 0216,
0264, 0361,
0371, 0412,
0512
GE ....................
0021, 0027,
0030, 0047,
0051, 0055,
0092, 0093,
0178, 0180,
0282, 0451,
0560, 0625,
1147, 1347,
1447, 1454,
1907, 1917,
1919, 1922
Filsai .................
0217
Finlandia ............
0072, 0163,
0208, 0346,
0548
Geant Casino .......
0400
GEC ..................
0037, 0043,
0072, 0163,
0217, 0361,
0516
Grunpy ...............
0179, 0180
Haier..................
0698, 0768,
0779, 0869,
1017
Haihong ..............
0009
Haiyan ................
0264, 0412,
0817
Halifax ................
0216, 0217,
0264
Geloso ...............
0009, 0374
General ..............
0186, 0590
General Electric ....
0021, 0027,
0047, 0055
General Technic ....
0009
Genesis..............
0009, 0037
Hallmark .............
0178
Genexxa .............
0009, 0037,
0163, 0218,
0412, 0493
Hampton .............
0216, 0217
Hanimex .............
0218, 0294,
1908
Hankook .............
0030, 0056,
0178, 0180,
0628
Hanseatic ............
0009, 0037,
0087, 0217,
0282, 0294,
0361, 0377,
0394, 0428,
0499, 0519,
0556, 0634,
0661, 0714,
0808, 1237
Hantarex .............
0009, 0037,
0102, 0238,
0516
Hantor ................
0037
Harley Davidson ....
0043, 0179,
1904
Harman/Kardon .....
0054
..............
Harwood .............
0180
Hauppauge ..........
0037
Havermy .............
0093
HCM ..................
0009, 0037,
0217, 0218,
0264, 0282,
0412, 0418
Giant .................
0217
Gibralter .............
0017, 0030
Gintai ................
0354, 0721
............
GoldHand ...........
GoldStar.............
0668
Goldfunk
0216
0001, 0030,
0032, 0037,
0039, 0056,
0109, 0154,
0163, 0178,
0216, 0217,
0247, 0290,
0361, 0377,
0606, 0714,
0715, 1910,
1926
Gooding .............
0487
Goodmans ..........
0009, 0032,
0035, 0036,
0037, 0072,
0179, 0217,
0218, 0235,
0264, 0335,
0360, 0371,
0374, 0480,
0487, 0499,
0516, 0556,
0560, 0579,
0630, 0634,
0661, 0668,
1037, 1900,
1909
Harvard
0009, 0032,
0037, 0412,
0487
Gorenje ..............
0370
GPM .................
Hello Kitty
0451
0218
...........
Hema .................
0009, 0217
0053, 0056,
0170
Hifivox ................
...............
0163, 0339,
0361, 0371
0109, 0196,
0198, 0399,
0501
Higashi ...............
0216
Highline ..............
0037, 0264
...............
Himitsu ...............
0218
Hinari .................
0009, 0036,
0037, 0179,
0218, 0235,
0264, 0294,
0355, 1908
Hisawa ...............
0218, 0282,
0400, 0455,
0610, 0714
Hisense ..............
0009, 0145,
0156, 0227,
0508, 0696,
0748, 0753,
0821, 0848,
1170
Hit.....................
0087
Gradiente
Graetz
Gran Prix ............
0648
Granada .............
0037, 0045,
0072, 0108,
0163, 0208,
0217, 0225,
0226, 0339,
0400, 0473,
0502, 0516,
0548, 0560
Grandin ..............
Grundig ..............
0009, 0037,
0163, 0282,
0374, 0455,
0579, 0610,
0668, 0714,
0715
0009, 0036,
0037, 0070,
0191, 0195,
0443, 0487,
0535, 0554,
0556, 0587,
0672, 0706,
0740, 1935
Hikona
0180, 0628,
0779
A-3
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
0037, 0038,
0039, 0070,
0087, 0154,
0171, 0177,
0178, 0179,
0180, 0236,
0247, 0280,
0282, 0361,
0370, 0371,
0463, 0486,
0623, 0714,
1905, 1909,
1911, 1928,
1929, 1944
Finlux.................
Imperial ..............
TV
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
Hitachi ...............
0009, 0016,
0027, 0030,
0032, 0036,
0037, 0038,
0039, 0043,
0044, 0056,
0072, 0092,
0105, 0108,
0109, 0145,
0151, 0156,
0157, 0163,
0165, 0178,
0179, 0186,
0194, 0196,
0198, 0217,
0225, 0227,
0473, 0480,
0481, 0492,
0499, 0508,
0516, 0548,
0563, 0578,
0629, 0634,
0719, 0744,
1037, 1045,
1137, 1145,
1170, 1225,
1256, 1481,
1904
Hitachi Fujian .......
0108, 0150,
0828
Hitsu .................
0009, 0218
HMV .................
0087, 0193
Hongmei ............
0009, 0093,
0264, 0817,
0848, 1910
Hongyan ............
0012, 0037
Hoshai ...............
0282
Hua Tun .............
0009
Huafa ................
0009, 0145
Huanghaimei .......
0009
Huanghe ............
0009, 0817
Huanglong ..........
0009
.........
Huanyu ..............
0009, 0264,
0412, 0817
0216, 0227,
0264, 0374,
0817, 0848,
1910
Huaqiang............
0264, 0412
Huari .................
0145, 0264,
0412
Huodateji............
0051
.............
Hyper ................
Hygashi
Hypson ..............
0803, 0849,
0865
H÷her ................
0714
................
ICE ...................
0037
ICeS .................
0216, 0218
A-4
0037
Infinity ................
0054
Ingelen ...............
0163, 0487,
0610, 0714
Ingersoll..............
0009
Inno Hit
..............
0009, 0072,
0102, 0217,
0247, 0282,
0290, 0516
Jensen ...............
0519, 0761,
0807, 0815,
0817, 1933
...............
Jialicai ...............
0051
Jinfeng...............
0051, 0208,
0226, 0817
Jiahua
0009, 0264,
0412
KLL ...................
0037
Kloss .................
0024, 0046
Kneissel ..............
0037, 0238,
0259, 0292,
0374, 0411,
0435, 0499,
0556, 0610
Kolin ..................
0033, 0036,
0053, 0108,
0180
Jinxing ...............
0009, 0037,
0054, 0145,
0156, 0264,
0556, 0698,
0817, 0821
Kolster
...............
0102, 0247
Kongque .............
0009, 0264,
0817
Konka ................
0037, 0218,
0371, 0418,
0628, 0632,
0638, 0641,
0703, 0707,
0714, 0754,
0779, 0795,
0816, 0817,
1957
Kontakt...............
0487
Korpel ................
0037
Korting ...............
0087
Kotron ................
0412
Koyoda ...............
0009
0017
JMB ..................
0037, 0247,
0264
0443, 0499,
0556, 0634
Jocel .................
0712
Interfunk .............
0012, 0037,
0087, 0109,
0163, 0200,
0247, 0275,
0327, 0361,
0501, 0512
Jubilee ...............
0556
Juhua ................
0264, 0412,
0817
..................
0036, 0053,
0054, 0093,
0190, 0192,
0193, 0218,
0371, 0418,
0463, 0508,
0606, 0653,
0683, 1253,
1923
JVC
0037
0009, 0037,
0218, 0247,
0290, 0371
0765, 0767
0009, 0264,
0412, 0848,
1910
Interbuy ..............
Irradio ................
0037, 0668
KLH ...................
Jinta..................
Inteq ..................
0009, 0037,
0102, 0217,
0218, 0247,
0264, 0282,
0377, 0394,
0448, 0455,
0486, 0487,
0519, 1237
Kiton ..................
0009, 0264,
0412, 0817
0519, 1237
...........
0054, 0556,
0706
Jinque ...............
0037
Intervision
0216
Kioto..................
0848, 1910
Innovation ...........
Internal ...............
Kingsley ..............
Jinhai ................
Innova ................
................
0009, 0264,
0412, 0817
Kraking ...............
0238
Kaisui ................
0009, 0037,
0216, 0217,
0218, 0282,
0455
Kriesler ...............
0012
KTV ...................
0030, 0039,
0180, 0217,
0280
Kuaile.................
0009, 0264,
0412
0001, 0009,
0264, 0374,
0661, 0817
Kuba Electronic .....
0303
Kulun .................
0009
Kangyi ...............
0009, 0264,
0412
Kunlun................
0051, 0208,
0226, 0264,
0374, 0661,
0817
Kyoshu ...............
0032, 0412,
0418
Kyoto .................
0032, 0163,
0216, 0217
Kaige
IRT ....................
0451, 0628,
0698, 1661
Kamp ................
0216
Isukai .................
0037, 0218,
0282, 0455
Kangchong
0848, 1910
ITC....................
0217
.........
Kangli ................
ITS ....................
0037, 0216,
0218, 0264,
0282, 0371
ITT ....................
0163, 0179,
0193, 0208,
0339, 0346,
0361, 0473,
0480, 0548,
0610
Kapsch ..............
0104, 0163,
0206, 0361
Karcher ..............
0264, 0282,
0610, 0714,
0778
0163, 0179,
0208, 0339,
0346, 0361,
0473, 0480,
0548, 0606,
0610
Kathrein .............
0556
Kawa.................
L&S Electronic ......
0808
0371
Kawasho ............
Lark ...................
0386
0216
KB Aristocrat .......
LaSAT ................
0486
0163
KEC ..................
Leader................
0009
0180
Ken Brown ..........
Lecson ...............
0037
0236, 0463
...............
Lemair ................
0032, 0411
0037, 0102,
0235, 0247,
0411, 0428,
0519, 0610,
1237
................
Lenoir ................
Lesa ..................
Leyco .................
0037, 0374
ITT Nokia ............
0009, 0216,
0217, 0247
0037, 0264,
0282, 0400,
0455, 0668,
0714, 0715
0001, 0009,
0264, 0374,
0412, 0661
Indiana ...............
0216, 0217
Hyundai .............
Iberia
.....
0264, 0412,
0817
Hornyphone ........
Huangshan
Imperial Crown
0037, 0074,
0084, 0196,
0247, 0370,
0418, 0630
ITV ....................
Janeil .................
0037, 0247,
0264, 0284,
0374
0046
JBL ...................
0054
JCB...................
0000
Jean ..................
0003, 0009,
0036, 0051,
0092, 0156,
0179, 0236,
0721
0216, 0217,
0218, 0264,
0371
JEC ...................
0502
Kendo
Kenia.................
0030
Kennedy .............
0163, 0206,
0435
Kenwood ............
0030
Lenco
0009
0247
0037, 0072,
0264, 0294,
0579
LG....................
0001, 0003,
0030, 0032,
0037, 0038,
0039, 0056,
0060, 0108,
0109, 0178,
0442, 0556,
0606, 0644,
0698, 0700,
0714, 0715,
0856, 1178,
1934
Magnin ...............
1907
Magnum .............
0037, 0648,
0714, 0715
Mermaid .............
0037
Majestic ..............
0016
Metronic .............
..............
Manesth .............
0264
Metz
Liesenk & Tter ......
0037
Manhattan ...........
Liesenkotter ........
0012, 0037,
0327, 0328
Marantz ..............
Lifetec ...............
Lloyd's
..............
.............
Loewe ...............
Lloytron
Logik.................
Naiko .................
0037, 0606
0037, 0087,
0275, 0367,
0388, 0447,
0535, 0554,
0587, 0668,
0746
Nanbao
..............
0009, 0264,
0412, 0848,
1910
Nansheng ............
0264, 0412,
0817
NAT ...................
0214, 0226
National ..............
0051, 0055,
0208, 0214,
0226, 0227,
0508
..................
0009, 0011,
0030, 0036,
0046, 0051,
0053, 0056,
0154, 0156,
0165, 0170,
0178, 0186,
0217, 0264,
0374, 0412,
0455, 0497,
0499, 0508,
0603, 0704,
0817, 1170,
1270, 1704
Neckermann .........
0037, 0087,
0191, 0200,
0247, 0327,
0370, 0411,
0418, 0505,
0554, 0556
NEI ....................
0037, 0337,
0371
Nesco ................
0179, 0247
Netsat ................
0037
Network ..............
0032, 0337
Neufunk ..............
0009, 0037,
0218, 0556,
0610, 0714
New Tech ............
0009, 0037,
0217, 0448,
0556
New World ...........
0218
Newave ..............
0009, 0092,
0093, 0178,
0721
Nicamagic ...........
0216
Nikkai.................
0009, 0032,
0035, 0036,
0037, 0072,
0216, 0217,
0218, 0264,
0337
0030, 0037,
0054, 0412,
0556, 0704,
0854, 0855,
1154
Micromaxx ..........
0037, 0630,
0668, 0808,
1037
Marelli ................
0087
Microstar ............
0808
0817
Mark ..................
0009, 0037,
0216, 0217,
0374, 0714,
0715
Midland ..............
0017, 0032,
0039, 0047,
0051
Masuda ..............
0037
Minerva ..............
0037, 0087,
0136, 0292,
0512, 0516,
0633, 0655,
0790, 1790
0009, 0037,
0217, 0218,
0264, 0371
Minato ...............
0032
Materin ...............
0858
0070, 0108,
0487, 0516,
0535, 0554
Matsui ................
0009, 0011,
0033, 0035,
0036, 0037,
0072, 0163,
0177, 0191,
0195, 0208,
0217, 0235,
0272, 0294,
0335, 0354,
0355, 0371,
0433, 0443,
0455, 0487,
0516, 0556,
0579, 0714
..............
0037, 0412
0001, 0011,
0016, 0033,
0193, 0371,
0698
0264, 0412,
0817
................
Lumatron ............
0206, 0259
0037, 0073,
0163, 0206,
0217, 0259,
0264
Matsushita
Lux May .............
McMichael...........
0043
0009, 0037,
0581
Mediator .............
0012, 0037
.............
Luxor ................
0056, 0579
Medion ...............
0037, 0512,
0556, 0668,
0698, 0808,
1037, 1137,
1437, 1900
0163, 0179,
0194, 0208,
0217, 0290,
0361, 0473,
0480, 0548,
0631
0047, 0054,
0154, 0156,
0178
..........
.........
Megas................
Megatron ............
Megapower
0700
0610
0003, 0145,
0178
0054
Meile .................
M Electronic ........
0009, 0037,
0104, 0105,
0109, 0163,
0217, 0346,
0374, 0480
0264, 0412,
0817, 0848,
1910
Melectronic ..........
0009, 0037,
0104, 0105,
0163, 0216,
0217, 0247,
0346, 0374,
0411, 0480,
0492, 0512,
0634, 0661
Madison .............
0037
Magnadyne .........
0087, 0102,
0247, 0516
Magnafon ...........
0102, 0216,
0516
........
Magnavox...........
1913, 1928
0011, 0020,
0024, 0030,
0036, 0054,
0179, 0186,
0187, 0386,
0706, 0780,
1254, 1454,
1904, 1913,
1931, 1944
Melvox ...............
Memorex
............
Memphis.............
Minutz ...............
0021
Mirror ................
1900
Mistral Electronics .
0193
Mitsubishi ...........
0030, 0033,
0036, 0037,
0056, 0087,
0093, 0108,
0150, 0154,
0178, 0179,
0180, 0236,
0250, 0354,
0512, 0535,
0556, 0817,
0836, 0868,
1037, 1250,
1917
0051, 0250,
0650
M & S ................
Magnasonic
0625
0030, 0150,
0178, 0218,
1907
Minoka
0400
0009, 0016,
0056, 0060,
0150, 0154,
0178, 0179,
0250, 0463,
1037, 1911,
1920, 1924,
1926, 1927
0556
0156, 0178,
0361, 0866
0009, 0037,
0218, 0374,
0519, 0668,
1037, 1137,
1237
0001, 0009,
1904
Myryad ...............
..................
MGA .................
Longjiang ...........
LXI ...................
0001, 0009,
0037
0037, 0668,
0778, 1037
0668
Luxman
.................
0035, 0037,
0217, 0235,
0264, 0294
Logix.................
Luma
.............
NAD
NEC
Mivar .................
0216, 0217,
0290, 0291,
0292, 0516,
0609
.............
Monivision ..........
Morgan's ............
Motorola.............
MTC .................
0009
MTEC ................
0032
Mudan ...............
0009, 0051,
0208, 0226,
0264, 0412,
0817
Nikko .................
0030, 0092,
0178
Nikon .................
0848, 1910
Multibroadcast .....
0193
Noblex
...............
Multistandard .......
0102
0037, 0154,
0264
Multitec ..............
0037, 0486,
0668, 1037
Nobliko ...............
0070, 0102,
0216
Multitech ............
0009, 0037,
0102, 0180,
0216, 0217,
0247, 0264,
0486
Nogamatic ...........
0109, 0196,
0399, 0501
Nokia .................
0163, 0179,
0208, 0339,
0346, 0361,
0374, 0473,
0480, 0548,
0606, 0610,
0631, 1912
Monaco
0700, 0843
0037
0055, 0093
0030, 0056,
0060, 0216,
0370, 0512
Murphy ..............
0039, 0163,
0216
Musikland ...........
0218, 0247
0337
A-5
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
Lihua.................
Mandor
Mercury
TV
Norcent..............
0748, 0824
Nordic ...............
0217
Nordmende .........
0037, 0109,
0195, 0196,
0198, 0399,
0501, 0560,
0714
Normerel ............
...............
Novatronic ..........
0012
NTC ..................
0092
Novak
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
0037
0698
Oceanic .............
0163, 0208,
0361, 0400,
0473, 0548
0009, 0037,
0072, 0370
Omega ..............
0264
Omni .................
0780
Onking
0280
Onwa ................
0102, 0180,
0218, 0371,
0433, 0581,
0602
Opera ................
0037
Optimus .............
0154, 0166,
0250, 0650,
1913, 1924,
1927
Optonica ............
0093, 0165
Orbit .................
0037
Orion.................
0011, 0037,
0102, 0177,
0179, 0235,
0236, 0294,
0355, 0412,
0443, 0463,
0516, 0556,
0655, 0714,
1905, 1911,
1929, 1954
Ormond .............
0668, 1037
0516
Osaki ................
0032, 0037,
0072, 0217,
0218, 0264,
0272, 0355,
0374, 0412,
0493, 0556
Osio..................
0037, 0290
Oso ..................
0218
..............
Otto Versand
A-6
.......
0216
Palsonic
.............
Panasonic ...........
0037, 0051,
0054, 0055,
0108, 0163,
0208, 0214,
0226, 0227,
0250, 0361,
0367, 0508,
0516, 0548,
0650, 1210,
1310, 1410,
1650, 1651,
1919, 1924,
1927, 1930,
1941, 1946,
1947
Panavision ...........
0037, 0411
Panda ................
0009, 0051,
0208, 0226,
0264, 0412,
0508, 0698,
0706, 0780,
0817, 0821,
0826, 0848,
1910
Pathe Cinema .......
0163, 0216,
0238
Pathe Marconi ......
0109, 0196,
0198, 0399,
0501
Pausa ................
0009
Penney ...............
0003, 0021,
0027, 0030,
0032, 0039,
0047, 0051,
0056, 0060,
0156, 0178,
1347, 1907,
1919, 1926
...............
0037, 0072,
0163, 0216,
0282
0000, 0009,
0012, 0017,
0020, 0024,
0027, 0030,
0032, 0037,
0043, 0051,
0054, 0056,
0087, 0092,
0108, 0178,
0186, 0187,
0193, 0200,
0238, 0361,
0374, 0554,
0556, 0570,
0690, 0721,
0774, 1154,
1454, 0499
Protech...............
0009, 0037,
0102, 0217,
0247, 0264,
0337, 0418,
0486, 0668
Proton ................
0001, 0003,
0009, 0030,
0039, 0178,
0466, 0644
ProVision.............
0037, 0556
Pulsar
................
...................
0017
Pye
0012, 0037,
0087, 0374,
0412, 0554,
0556
Phoenix..............
0037, 0087,
0216, 0486
.............
Pymi ..................
0009
0012, 0037,
0087, 0193,
0216
Qingdao ..............
Pilot ..................
0051, 0208,
0226, 0264,
0412, 0817
0030, 0039,
0712
Quadra Vision .......
0400
Pioneer ..............
0011, 0037,
0038, 0109,
0163, 0166,
0361, 0428,
0486, 0512,
0679, 0760,
0866
Quadral
..............
0218
Phonola
Quasar ...............
0009, 0051,
0055, 0165,
0247, 0250,
0650, 1919,
1924
Quelle ................
0011, 0037,
0070, 0074,
0084, 0104,
0200, 0327,
0328, 0361,
0505, 0512,
0535, 0554,
0668
Pionier ...............
0370, 0486
Plantron .............
0009, 0037,
0264
Playsonic ............
0217, 0714,
0715
Policom..............
0109, 0501
Polytron .............
Questa ...............
0032, 0036
0282, 0697
...............
Portland .............
R-Line ................
0037
0009
Radialva..............
0218, 0337
0039, 0092,
0374
Radiola ...............
Powerpoint..........
0012, 0037,
0217, 0556
0037, 0487
Prandoni-Prince ....
Radiomarelli .........
0361, 0516
0037, 0087,
0516
Premier ..............
0009, 0264
RadioShack
.........
................
0009, 0264,
0303, 0412,
0519, 0761,
0783, 0807,
0815, 0817,
1933
0030, 0032,
0037, 0039,
0047, 0056,
0154, 0165,
0178, 0180,
1904, 1920
Radiotone............
0009, 0037,
0264, 0412,
0428, 0579,
0648, 0668
Poppy
Prima
Princeton ............
0700, 0717
Prinz .................
0072, 0194,
0361
Rank ..................
0070
................
Profex................
0051
Rank Arena ..........
0036, 0753,
0796
0009, 0163,
0361
Ranser
Prism
Perfekt ...............
0037
...............
0001
Pershin ...............
0400
Profi ..................
0009
RBM ..................
0070
Phase ................
0032
Profitronic ...........
0037, 0102
RCA
Philco ................
0020, 0030,
0032, 0037,
0054, 0056,
0074, 0084,
0087, 0145,
0178, 0180,
0186, 0247,
0370, 0418,
0463, 0628,
0774, 1661,
1911
Proline ...............
0012, 0037,
0072, 0411,
0625, 0630,
0634
.............
0047, 1347,
1447, 1922
0032, 0036,
0037, 0072,
0157, 0218
0036, 0037,
0093, 0109,
0191, 0217,
0226, 0235,
0247, 0294,
0303, 0361,
0505, 0512,
0535, 0554,
0556
0001, 0037,
0072, 0217,
0218, 0264,
0284, 0377,
0418, 0448,
0698, 0773,
0779
0037, 0217,
0247, 0264
Perdio ................
Philips
0037, 0247,
0370, 0411,
0418, 0519,
0630, 0655,
1137, 1237
Panama ..............
0037, 0218
Orsowe ..............
Osume
..................
Palladium ............
Pael
0264
Okano ...............
Orline ................
0519, 0556,
0714, 0807,
1037, 1137,
1237
0037, 0105,
0374
NU-TEC .............
Odeon ...............
Pacific ................
................
Philharmonic ........
Philex
0193
0217
Proscan
Prosco ...............
0156
Prosonic .............
0037, 0214,
0216, 0217,
0370, 0371,
0374, 0579,
0668, 0714
..................
0000, 0030,
0038, 0047,
0051, 0060,
0090, 0092,
0093, 0178,
0560, 0618,
0625, 0679,
0702, 1047,
1147, 1247,
1347, 1447,
1454, 1547,
1907, 1917,
1919, 1922,
1948, 1953,
1958
Realistic .............
0030, 0032,
0039, 0056,
0154, 0165,
0178, 0180
Recor ................
0037, 0418
Rectiligne ...........
0037
Rediffusion..........
0036, 0346,
0361, 0548
Reflex................
0037, 0668,
1037
Relisys...............
0865
Reoc .................
0714
Revox................
0037
Samsung ............
0009, 0030,
0032, 0037,
0039, 0056,
0060, 0072,
0090, 0092,
0093, 0154,
0156, 0163,
0178, 0179,
0208, 0216,
0217, 0226,
0264, 0290,
0370, 0448,
0519, 0556,
0587, 0618,
0644, 0702,
0766, 0774,
0812, 0814,
0817, 0821,
1060, 1237,
1903
SEG ..................
0009, 0036,
0037, 0102,
0216, 0217,
0218, 0264,
0668, 1037,
1437
Siesta
................
............
Silva ..................
0370
Signature
0016
SEI ...................
0037, 0087,
0102, 0163,
0177, 0206,
0294, 0516
Silver .................
0036, 0179,
0361, 0455,
0715
Sei-Sinudyne .......
Simpson .............
0186, 0187
0037, 0087,
0102, 0206,
0294, 0516
Singer ................
Seleco ...............
0163, 0206,
0259, 0264,
0346, 0371,
0411, 0435
0009, 0037,
0087, 0102,
0335, 0435,
1537
Sinudyne .............
0037, 0087,
0102, 0163,
0177, 0206,
0235, 0294,
0361, 0516
0037, 0216,
0361, 0648
..................
0163, 0206,
0259, 0264,
0411
Samsux ..............
0039
Semivox .............
Sandra ...............
0180, 0236,
0463
0216, 0217
RFT
..................
0037, 0072,
0087, 0264,
0428
Semp ................
0156, 1356
SKY ...................
0037
Sanjian ...............
0264, 0412
0009
Skygiant
0451
Rhapsody ...........
0216
Sansui................
Roadstar ............
0009, 0037,
0218, 0264,
0282, 0418,
1037
...............
Serie Dorada ........
0035
0037, 0371,
0455, 0463,
0602, 0655,
0706, 0727,
0729, 0861,
1904, 1911,
1929
.............
Skysonic .............
Skyworth.............
0180
Sansei ................
Sencora .............
Serino................
0093, 0455,
0610
Shancha .............
0264, 0412,
0817
SLX ...................
0668
Smaragd .............
0487
Solavox ..............
0032, 0037,
0072, 0163,
0361, 0548
Sonawa ..............
0218
Songba...............
0009
Soniko................
0037
Sonitron ..............
0208, 0217,
0339, 0370
Sonneclair ...........
0037
Sonoko ...............
0009, 0037,
0217, 0264,
0282
Sonolor...............
0163, 0208,
0282, 0361,
0400, 0505,
0548
Robotron ............
0087
Rowa ................
0009, 0037,
0216, 0264,
0587, 0698,
0712, 0748,
0817
Roxy .................
0448
Royal Lux ...........
0335, 0370,
0412
Runco ...............
0017, 0030,
0497, 0603
Ruyi ..................
0227, 0817
Saba .................
0087, 0109,
0163, 0196,
0198, 0250,
0335, 0361,
0399, 0501,
0516, 0548,
0560, 0625
Saccs ................
0238
Sagem ...............
0455, 0610
................
Saisho ...............
0009, 0817
Saige
Santon ...............
0009
Sanyo ................
0011, 0036,
0045, 0072,
0088, 0104,
0108, 0145,
0154, 0156,
0157, 0180,
0208, 0216,
0217, 0227,
0264, 0280,
0339, 0370,
0412, 0508,
0721,
0799,1154,
1907
Sanyuan .............
0009, 0093,
0817
SBR ..................
0012, 0037,
0043, 0193
Schaub Lorenz......
0361, 0374,
0486, 0548,
0606, 0714
Schneider............
0009, 0011,
0033, 0177,
0217, 0235,
0264,
0354,0516
0012, 0037,
0163, 0217,
0218, 0247,
0259, 0303,
0361, 0371,
0394, 0519,
0556, 0648,
0668, 0714,
1037, 1137,
1237, 1904
Saivod ...............
0037, 1037
Sakan................
0163
Scotch ...............
0178
0163, 0194,
0208, 0290,
0361, 0480,
0516, 0519,
0548, 0621,
0807, 1237
Scotland .............
0163
Scott .................
0178, 0179,
0180, 0236
Salora
...............
Salsa.................
Sampo
0335
............
0102, 0290,
0516
..............
0009, 0030,
0032, 0036,
0039, 0092,
0093, 0154,
0171, 0178,
0650, 0700,
0721, 1755
Sambers
Sears .................
0047, 0054,
0056, 0154,
0156, 0171,
0178, 0179,
1904, 1926
Sentra
0030, 0056,
0156, 0178
Shanghai ............
0009, 0208,
0226, 0264,
0412, 0817,
0848, 1910
Shaofeng ............
0145, 0227,
0817
Sharp ................
0009, 0030,
0032, 0036,
0039, 0053,
0093, 0157,
0165, 0186,
0193, 0200,
0256, 0294,
0386, 0491,
0516, 0650,
0688, 0689,
0720, 0760,
0851, 1193,
1917
0696, 0753
0009, 0037,
0264, 0696,
0698, 0727,
0748, 0753,
0817
Sharper Image......
1950
Shen Ying ...........
0003, 0009,
0092, 0179
Sontec
...............
0009, 0037,
0294, 0370
Shencai ..............
0009, 0145,
0264, 0412
Sony ..................
.........
0009, 0033,
0093, 0179,
0236
Shenyang ...........
0009, 0264,
0696, 0753,
0817
0000, 0011,
0036, 0037,
0102, 0111,
0157, 0353,
0505, 0650,
0834, 1010,
1100, 1505,
1651, 1904,
1925
Sherwood ...........
0009
Sound & Vision ......
Shintoshi ............
0102, 0218,
0374
0037
Shivaki ...............
Soundesign..........
0037, 0178,
0443
0178, 0179,
0180, 0186
Shorai................
Soundwave ..........
0179, 0294
0032, 0037,
0418, 0715
Siam .................
0037
Sowa .................
0036, 0051,
0060, 0092,
0156, 0178,
0226
..............
Spectricon ...........
Squareview ..........
Ssangyong ..........
0009
Sheng Chia
Seaway ..............
0634
Siarem ...............
0087, 0102,
0516
Seelver ...............
1037
Siemens .............
0032, 0037,
0157, 0191,
0195, 0200,
0327, 0328,
0535, 0554
Siera .................
0012
Spectra
0003
0171
0009, 0032
A-7
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
Rex
Tashiko ...............
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
TV
SSS ..................
0180
Stag..................
0032
Staksonic ...........
0009
Standard ............
0009, 0037,
0217, 0218,
0374, 1037
Starlite ...............
0009, 0037,
0180, 0264
Stenway .............
0218, 0282
Stern .................
0163, 0206,
0259, 0411
Tatung ................
TCL ...................
0032, 0033,
0036, 0043,
0092, 0163,
0216, 0217,
0650, 0721
Telefusion ...........
0037
Tongtel ...............
0780
Telegazi ..............
0037, 0163,
0218, 0259,
0264, 0284
Tophouse ............
0180
Toshiba ...............
0003, 0009,
0011, 0036,
0037, 0051,
0054, 0055,
0060, 0072,
0154, 0156,
0217, 0272,
0502, 0516,
0621, 0629,
1156, 1356,
1756
Telesonic ............
0037
Telestar ..............
0009, 0037,
0579
Teletech .............
0009, 0037,
0247, 0337,
0668, 1037
Teleton ...............
0036, 0186,
0206, 0217,
0259
0412, 0698,
0727, 0806,
0826, 1035
Televideon...........
0163, 0216
Teleview .............
0037
Televiso ..............
0400
0009, 0035,
0036, 0060,
0070, 0093,
0102, 0109,
0145, 0154,
0156, 0195,
0217, 0227,
0243, 0264,
0412, 0502,
0508, 0618,
0644, 0650,
0698, 0702,
0718, 0767,
0821, 0832,
0845, 1156,
1256, 1356,
1508, 1656,
1704, 1918,
1935, 1936,
1945
...............
Tempest .............
Tennessee ...........
Tensai ................
0294
Totevision ............
0039
0009
Towada ...............
0217
0037
Toyoda ...............
0009, 0264,
0371
Trakton ...............
0009, 0217,
0264
....
0037, 0217,
0668, 1037
............
0009, 0037,
0264, 0418,
0455, 0512,
0587, 0698,
0712
Strato ................
0009, 0037,
0264
TCM ..................
0714, 0808
Studio Experience .
0843
Teac ..................
Sunkai ...............
0294, 0355,
0455, 0487,
0610
0009, 0037,
0170, 0171,
0178, 0217,
0264, 0282,
0412, 0418,
0455, 0512,
0668, 0686,
0698, 0706,
0712, 0714,
0721, 0755,
1037, 1437,
1668, 1724,
1755, 1904,
1909, 1913,
1932, 1949
Sunstar ..............
0009, 0037,
0264, 0371,
0579
Sunwood ............
0037
Superla ..............
0516
.........
SuperTech ..........
0208
Supersonic
Supra ................
........
Supreme ............
Susumu .............
Sutron ...............
SVA ..................
Supre-Macy
0009, 0037,
0216, 0218,
0556
Tec....................
0009, 0039,
0056, 0178
Tech Line ............
0046
0000
0009, 0037,
0217, 0247,
0259, 0337
0193, 0218,
0264
Triumph ..............
0177, 0243,
0346, 0516,
0556
Tsoschi ...............
0282
Tuntex ................
0009, 0030,
0092
TVS ...................
0463
TVTEXT 95...........
0556
Uher ..................
0037, 0206,
0303, 0374,
0418, 0480,
0486
Ultra ..................
0192
Ultravox ..............
0037, 0087,
0102, 0216,
0247
0556
Sylvania .............
0020, 0030,
0054, 0171,
1931, 1944
Teco ..................
0009, 0036,
0051, 0092,
0093, 0178,
0218, 0264,
0280, 0653
Techwood
...........
Tedelex...............
0003, 0051,
0056
0009, 0208,
0217, 0418,
0606, 1537
Synco................
0000, 0036,
0060, 0092,
0093, 0178,
0451
Sysline...............
0037
Sytong...............
0216
T + A .................
0447
T+A ..................
0447
Teleavia ..............
0009, 0092,
0178, 0179
0109, 0196,
0399, 0501
Telecor ...............
0037, 0163,
0217, 0218,
0259, 0284,
0394
Telefunken ...........
0037, 0056,
0073, 0074,
0084, 0101,
0109, 0196,
0262, 0335,
0346, 0486,
0501, 0625,
0698, 0702,
0712
Tandy ................
0039, 0072,
0093, 0163,
0217, 0218
A-8
0157
Tristar.................
Tecnimagen .........
0367
0556
Trical ..................
0217, 0516
0216, 0217
Tandberg ............
Triad ..................
0037, 0109,
0196, 0198,
0335, 0399,
0501, 0560,
0625, 1447
Sydney ..............
0009, 0374,
0817
0216
0009, 0216,
0217, 0218,
0374
Thomson ............
0847
0009
Transtec ..............
Texet .................
Trident ................
Techview .............
Taishan ..............
0037, 0648,
0668, 0714,
1137
1904
0587, 0748,
0768, 0865,
0870, 0871,
0872
Tai Yi .................
Tevion ................
Transonic
Thomas ..............
0179
0272
0030, 0466
0051, 0250,
0650
Technol Ace .........
Tactus ...............
Tera ..................
0218
0009
...............
0009
Technics .............
0556, 0655
Tacico
Trans Continens
Techica...............
TechniSat ............
0171, 0180,
1904, 1913
0009, 0037,
0104, 0105,
0217, 0218,
0247, 0294,
0371, 0374,
0377, 0715
Tenson ...............
0037, 0668
0218, 0335
Symphonic..........
Temco
Tek ....................
0795
Teknika ...............
0016, 0039,
0054, 0056,
0060, 0092,
0150, 0179,
0180, 0186
Thorn ................
0035, 0036,
0037, 0072,
0073, 0074,
0084, 0104,
0109, 0190,
0192, 0193,
0238, 0272,
0335, 0361,
0499, 0502,
0505, 0512,
0535
Thorn-Ferguson ....
0073, 0190,
0192, 0193,
0238, 0499
Tiane .................
0093, 0817
TMK ..................
0056, 0177,
0178
TNCi .................
0017
Unic Line .............
0037, 0455
.................
0009, 0264,
0412, 0748
United ................
0037, 0714,
0715
Tokai .................
0009, 0037,
0072, 0163,
0217, 0337,
0374, 0448,
0668
Universal .............
0027
Tokaido ..............
1037
Tokyo ................
0035, 0216,
0303, 0448
Tomashi .............
0218, 0282
Tongguang ..........
0264, 0412
Tobo
Universum ..........
Watson ...............
0009, 0037,
0163, 0218,
0394, 0519,
0579, 0668,
1037, 1237,
1437
..........
Waycon ..............
Wega .................
0102, 0216
Weipai ................
0009
Weltblick .............
0217
Wharfedale ..........
0037, 0519,
0556, 0807,
1237
Watt Radio
White Westinghouse
0156
0036, 0037,
0087
0037, 0186,
0216, 0337,
0463, 0623,
1909
Univox ...............
0037, 0087,
0163, 0337
................
V7 ....................
Vector Research ...
Vestel ................
0864, 1756
Winco ................
0412
1755
Windsor ..............
0668
0030
Windstar .............
0282, 0337
V Inc.
0037, 0217,
0556, 0668,
1037
Vexa .................
0009, 0037
Vibrant ...............
0272
Victor ................
0036, 0053,
0250, 0650,
0653
Videologic...........
0216, 0218
Videosat .............
0247
VideoSeven .........
1755
VideoSystem .......
0037
Videotechnic........
0217
.............
Vidtech ..............
Viewsonic ...........
0054
Viking ................
0046
Vidikron
0036, 0178
0857, 0864,
1755
...............
Vision ................
0216
................
Vortec ...............
Voxson ..............
0206
Waltham.............
0037, 0109,
0217, 0418,
0668
Visiola
Vistar
Wards
...............
Warumaia ...........
0032, 0037,
0072, 0217,
0264
Wintel ................
0714
Xenius ................
0661
Xiahua................
0009, 0264,
0412, 0698,
0773, 0779,
0817
.............
Xiangyang ...........
Xiangyu ..............
Xihu ..................
Xianghai
.............
Xingfu ................
Xinghai ...............
Xinrisong.............
XLogic ...............
Xrypton ..............
Xuelian ...............
Yamaha ..............
Xinaghai
Yamishi
..............
Hanseatic ............
Zenith ................
0016, 0017,
0092, 0178,
0463, 1904,
1909, 1911,
1929
Hitachi................
1481
Hyundai ..............
0803, 0865
Zenor ................
0339
LG
Zhuhai ...............
0009, 0374
Zonda................
0003, 0698,
0779
LCD
LCD TV
LCD TV
TV avec écran LCD
Audiovox ............
0180, 0802,
0875, 1937
.............
LG ....................
Manhattan ..........
Marantz..............
Panasonic ...........
Philips ...............
RCA ..................
Samsung ............
Sharp ................
SVA ..................
0849
0848, 1910
Sylvania .............
0171
0860
Techview ............
0847
0037
Toshiba ..............
0845, 1656
0848, 1910
V Inc..................
0864
0030, 0769,
0833, 0839
Viewsonic ...........
0857, 0864
0009
0264, 0412
0009
0264, 0412,
0817
0412
0009
Hyundai
0264
0037, 0217,
0218, 0282,
0455
L&S Electronic ......
....................
0856, 1178
0778
0855
0650, 1941
1454
0047, 1958
0766, 0814
0093
0587, 0870,
0871
Medion ...............
0808
Micromaxx...........
0808
Microstar.............
0808
Mitsubishi ............
0836
Monivision ...........
0843
..................
Norcent ..............
Panasonic ...........
Philips ................
Pioneer ...............
Relisys ...............
Sampo ...............
Sharp .................
Sony ..................
Studio Experience ..
SVA ...................
Tatung ................
TCL ...................
TCM ..................
Teac ..................
Toshiba ...............
V Inc. .................
V7 .....................
VideoSeven ..........
Viewsonic ............
Xenius ................
Zenith ................
0704, 1704
CAB
Plasma TV
TV de plasma
TV avec écran à plasma
Cable box
Receptor de cable
Terminal câble
0848, 1910
Akai ..................
ABC
0009
Albatron .............
0843
0843
0087, 0163,
0178, 0418
Yingge
...............
Yokan ................
Yoko ..................
0009
Yongbao .............
Yonggu ...............
0037
0808
0037, 0056,
0178, 0856
0704
PLTV
0250
0808
Marantz ..............
NEC
0813
Yapshe ...............
0374, 0661
0206, 0264
Envision .............
0037
0000, 0016,
0017, 0020,
0021, 0024,
0027, 0030,
0047, 0051,
0054, 0055,
0056, 0060,
0111, 0154,
0156, 0165,
0166, 0178,
0179, 0180,
0186, 0187,
0866, 1147,
1156, 1347,
1356
Zanussi ..............
0824
0250, 0650
0690
0679, 0760
0865
1755
0093
0000
0843
0865
1756
1035
0808
0755, 1755
0650, 1704
1756
1755
1755
1755
0661
0178
0009, 0037,
0216, 0217,
0218, 0247,
0264, 0339
0708, 0812
..................
0003, 0008,
0011, 0013,
0014, 0017,
0237
..................
0218
Chun Yun............
0896
0817
Conrac...............
Alcatel ................
Youlanasi ............
0808
0899
Yousida ..............
0009, 0848,
1910
.............
Digital Life ...........
Fujitsu ...............
Americast ............
Daewoo
0451, 0661
Amstrad ..............
1222
0872
Austar ................
0012, 0276
0683, 0809,
0853
Bell & Howell ........
0014
1755, 1756
Bell South............
0899
Yorx
Yuhang ...............
Zanela ................
0009
0238
Gateway .............
A-9
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
0009, 0011,
0032, 0036,
0037, 0070,
0072, 0074,
0084, 0104,
0105, 0109,
0157, 0170,
0177, 0200,
0217, 0247,
0264, 0290,
0294, 0327,
0328, 0346,
0361, 0370,
0411, 0418,
0473, 0480,
0492, 0501,
0505, 0512,
0519, 0535,
0554, 0631,
0668, 0807,
1037, 1237,
1437, 1901
Birmingham Cable Communications ...
0276
British Telecom .....
0003
Cable & Wireless ...
1068
Cabletime ...........
0448, 0665
........
ClearMax............
Comcrypt ...........
Comtec..............
Comtronics .........
Contec ..............
Coolmax ............
Daeryung............
0883
Decsat ...............
0423
Clearmaster
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
.......
0276
Trans PX .............
0276
Astacom
0668, 0710
Oak ...................
0019
Tri-Vision ............
1257
Aston
Ono ...................
1068
Tristar ................
0883
0142, 1129,
1261
.............
Optus ................
Pace ..................
0021
TS ....................
0003
Astra
0108, 0607,
0713
0276, 1060
Tudi
..................
0286
Astrastar
0548
0237, 1060,
1068, 1877
United Cable ........
0003
Astro
Panasonic ...........
US Electronics......
0276
0000, 0008,
0021, 0040,
0107
V2 ....................
0883
0133, 0173,
0369, 0548,
0607, 0658,
0868, 1099,
1100, 1317
..............
Paragon..............
Philips ................
Viewmaster .........
0883
0637
Athena
0668
Vision ................
0883
Atlantic Telephone
0879
Visiopass ............
0451, 0817
Atsat
1300
Vortex View .........
0883
Aurora
0642, 0879
Zenith ................
0000, 0525,
0899
Austar
0497, 0642,
0863, 0879,
1173, 1225,
1259
NTL Cabletell
CAB
Optimus
0883
0443
0019
0040
Panther
0019
0000
0013, 0286,
0317, 0619,
0817, 1305
0883
Pioneer...............
0008, 0277,
0477, 0877,
1877
0144, 0533,
0877, 1021,
1877
Pulsar ................
0000
0003
SAT
Avalon
0396
Axiel
0668, 0710
Axis
0369, 0834,
1111
..................
0637
PVP Stereo Visual
Matrix ................
Director..............
0476
Quasar ...............
0000
Dumont..............
0637
RadioShack .........
0883
Beko
0455
0040
RCA ..................
0021
Bentley Walker
1017
0443
Regal .................
0020, 0273,
0279
Best
0369
Blaupunkt
0173
Blue Sky
0713
Boca
0132, 0713,
0794
Digi
Everquest ...........
Filmnet ..............
Satellite receiver
Receptor de satélite
Récepteur Satellite
Foxtel ................
1222
Rembrandt ..........
0011
@sat
1300
France Telecom ....
0451, 0817,
0896
Runco ................
0000
ABsat
Funai.................
0019
Sagem ...............
0123, 0668,
0713, 0832
0817
1259
Galaxi................
0008
Salora ................
ADB
0000
AGS
0668, 0710
0000, 0040,
0144
...
0008, 0017,
0237, 0277,
0477, 0877,
1877
...................
0237
Samsung ............
Gehua ...............
0476
Scientific Atlanta
General Instrument
0003, 0011,
0014, 0276,
0476, 0810
Golden Channel ....
1110
Signal ................
0040
............
Hamlin ...............
0040, 0144
Signature ............
0011
SL Marx ..............
0040
Alltech
0713
Sony..................
1006
Alpha
0668
Sprucer ..............
0021
AlphaStar
0772
Starcom..............
0003, 0014
Stargate..............
0040
Amitronica
0713
Supercable ..........
0276
Ampere
0132, 0396
...........
Tadiran ...............
Tele Danmark .......
Tele+1 ................
Telepiu ...............
Teleview..............
Telewest .............
Thomson ............
Timeless .............
Tocom ................
Torx ...................
Toshiba ..............
0883
GE
GoldStar
Hitachi ...............
HyperVision .........
Jerrold ...............
0009, 0020,
0273
0011, 0014
0619
0003, 0011,
0012, 0014,
0276, 0476,
0810
Kabelvision .........
0003
LG....................
0040, 0144
Macab ...............
0817
Memorex ............
0000
MNET ................
0019, 0443
Motorola
............
0276, 0476,
0810, 1106,
1254, 1376
Mr Zapp .............
0817
Multichoice .........
0019, 0443
MultiVision ..........
Noos .................
NTL ..................
A-10
0012
0817
1060, 1068
Supermax
0040
0132, 0299,
0713, 0742,
0834, 0885
0200
Akena
0668
Alba
0455, 0713
British Sky
Broadcasting
1175, 1848,
1849
Allsat
0200, 1017,
1043
Broco
0713
Allsonic
0369
Altai
Amstrad
0619, 1016
0443
0668, 0710
Brand Unknown
Akai
0040
0443
Boston
0396
0132, 0345,
0396, 0713,
0742, 0795,
0863, 0868,
0882, 0885,
1317, 1849
Anglo
0713
Ankaro
0369, 0713
BskyB
1849
BT
0668, 0710
Bubu Sat
0713
Cambridge
0868
Canal Digital
0853
Canal Satellite
0853, 1339
Canal+
0853
Century
0856
CERT
0108
Channel Master
0212
Chaparral
0053, 0209,
0216
Cherokee
0123, 0710
Chess
0157, 0713,
1085
AntSat
1017, 1083
Apollo
0455
CityCom
Arcon
0834, 1043,
1075, 1205
0115, 0299,
0607, 1176
Clemens Kamphus
0396, 0834
0012, 0013
Asat
0200
Cobra
0396
0003
ASLF
0713
Colombia
0132, 0668
0000
AssCom
0853
Comag
0132, 1412
1068
1110
0040
0369, 0607
Engel
0713, 1017
Goldvision
1017
JOK
0710
Connexions
0396
EP Sat
0455
Gooding
0571
JVC
Conrad
0115, 0369,
0607, 0868
Eurieult
0084, 0882,
0885
Goodmans
0455, 1246,
1284
0492, 0571,
0775, 1170,
1775
Crossdigital
1109
Euro1
1278
Gradiente
0856, 1487
K-SAT
0713
Kamm
0713
KaTelco
1111
Kathrein
0114, 0115,
0123, 0173,
0200, 0249,
0658, 0713,
0742, 1057,
1221, 1224
Kathrein Eurostar
0115
Kenwood
0853
Condor
Cryptovision
0455, 0795
Eurocrypt
0108, 0455
Cyrus
0200
Europa
D-box
0723, 0873,
1127
0607, 0863,
0868
European
0794
Daeryung
0396
Europhon
Daewoo
0713, 1111,
1296
0132, 0299,
0607
Eurosky
Daumling
0794
0115, 0132,
0299, 0369,
0607, 0868
0863
Eurostar
0115, 0607
Deltasat
1075
Eutelsat
0713
Dgtec
1242, 1542
Expressvu
0775, 1775
Digatron
1294
Fast
1901
Digenius
0299, 1161
Fenner
DigiQuest
0863
0157, 0369,
0605, 0668,
0713
DigiSat
0868
Ferguson
0455, 0711
DigitAll World
1227
Fidelity
0868
Digiturk
1076
Finlandia
0108, 0455
DirecTV
0099, 0247,
0392, 0566,
0639, 0724,
0749,
0819,1076,
1109, 1142,
1392, 1442,
1443, 1444,
1639,1640,
1749, 1856
Finlux
0108, 0455,
0573
Discoverer
0605
Discovery
0668, 0710
Diseqc
0710
Fraba
0868
Dish Network
System
0775, 1005,
1170, 1505,
1775
Fracarro
Dishpro
0775, 1005,
1505, 1775
Distratel
0084, 0885,
1205
DMT
1075
DNT
0200, 0396
Dream Multimedia
1237
Dune
0369
Echostar
0159, 0167,
0269, 0280,
0396, 0610,
0668, 0713,
0775, 0853,
0871, 1005,
1086, 1170,
1200, 1505,
1775
0084
Grundig
0173, 0345,
0571, 0750,
0853, 0879,
1150, 1291,
1297, 1849
Hanseatic
0605, 1099,
1100
Hauppauge
1294
HDT
1011
Helium
0607
Hirschmann
0108, 0173,
0299, 0369,
0396, 0573,
0607,
0710,0868,
0882, 1085,
1111
Hitachi
0455, 0489,
0491, 0819,
1250
Key West
0132, 0794
Kiton
0114
Klap
0668, 0710
Konig
0607
Koscom
0834, 1043
Kreiling
0114, 0249,
0658
Kreiselmeyer
0173
L&S Electronic
0132, 0369,
1043
Labgear
1296
LaSAT
0115, 0132,
0157, 0299,
0369, 0607
0238
Houston
0396, 0668
0713
Hansel & Gretel
0132
Force
1101, 1194
HTS
0775, 1775
Force NO AS
1101, 1194
Legend
0269
Fortec Star
1017, 1083
Hughes Network
Systems
0749, 1142,
1442, 1443,
1444, 1749
Lenco
0115, 0369,
0607, 0713
Foxtel
0497, 0879,
1173, 1176,
1225
Humax
0863, 1176
Lenson
0868
Huth
0132, 0607,
0794, 1017,
1075, 1143
LG
1075, 1226
Lifesat
0668, 0871
Hwalin
0885
Freecom
0868
0132, 0157,
0299, 0369,
0605, 0713,
1043
Hyundai
1011, 1075
Freesat
0882
Logix
1017, 1075
ID Digital
1176
Fresat
0885
Lorenzen
IEEC
0605
FTEmaximal
0369, 0713,
0863
Imex
0084
0132, 0299,
0607, 0742,
0794, 0867,
1161, 1294
Indovision
1487
Lupus
0369
Ingelen
0396, 0882
Luxor
Innova
0099
0108, 0345,
0573, 0868
International
0132
Magnavox
0722, 0724
Manata
0132, 0668,
0710, 0713
Manhattan
0455, 0834,
1017, 1083
Marantz
0200
Maspro
0173, 0571,
0713, 0750
Matsui
0173, 0571,
0710
Matsushita
0340, 0500
Max
0607
Flair Mate
Fuba
Galaxis
0108, 0115,
0173, 0299,
0369, 0396,
0573, 1161
0115, 0369,
0834, 0853,
0863, 1101,
1111
Garnet
1075
GbSAT
1214
0566
General Instrument
0869
0132, 0713,
0794, 0868
GF
0834, 1043
0713, 1129
GF Star
1043
Elsat
0713
GOD Digital
0200
Elta
0200, 0369
GOI
0775, 1775
Emme Esse
0369, 0871
Gold Box
0853
eMTech
1214
Goldbox
0292, 0853
Elap
Grandin
Homecable
GE
Einhell
0108, 0455
Interstar
1017
Intervision
0607
InVideo
0871
IQ
0210
IQ Prism
0210
Irdeto Technology
0879
ISkyB
1487
Italtel
0871
ITT
0108
ITT Nokia
Janeil
0455, 0573,
0723, 0873
MB
0605
Mediacom
1206
0152
A-11
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
Delfa
Granada
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
SAT
MediaSat
0292, 0853,
0868
Medion
0132, 0299,
0369, 0713,
1043, 1075
Ouralis
1205
RadioShack
0869
Oxford
0668
Radix
Pace
0123, 0200,
0241, 0455,
0497, 0720,
0791, 0795,
0853, 0867,
1175, 1323,
1423, 1487,
1849
0396, 0882,
1317
RCA
0143, 0392,
0566, 0855,
1392
Realistic
0052
Rebox
1214
SKY
0099, 0711,
0856, 1014,
1175, 1487,
1848, 1849,
1856
Sky Television
1014
SKY+
1175
Skymaster
0157, 0605,
0713, 1075,
1085, 1200
Skymax
0200
Skyplus
1412
SkySat
0114, 0157,
0605, 0607,
0713
Mega
0200
Memorex
0269, 0724
Pacific Satellite
0834
Red Star
0369
Metronic
0084, 0123,
0713, 0885,
1205, 1215,
1282, 1283
Packsat
0710
RFT
0200
Palcom
0299, 1161
Roadstar
0713, 0853
Palladium
0396, 0571,
0868
Rover
0369, 0713
Saba
Palsat
0157, 0868
0115, 0607,
0710, 0885
SL
0132, 0742
Panasat
0615, 0879
Sabre
0455
SM Electronic
Panasonic
0152, 0247,
0340, 0455,
0500, 0701,
1304, 1320,
1849
Sagem
0820, 1114,
1253, 1307
0157, 0713,
1200
Smart
Salora
0108
Samsung
0853, 0863,
1017, 1109,
1206, 1243,
1244, 1276,
1293
0115, 0132,
0396, 0713,
0794, 0882,
1101, 1273,
1317
Sony
0163, 0292,
0294, 0639,
0853, 1639,
1640, 1849
Star
1487
Metz
0173
Micro
0607, 0713,
0868
Micromaxx
0299, 0369
Microtec
0713
Minerva
0571
Mitsubishi
0455, 0491,
0749
Panda
0108, 0173,
0455, 0607,
0834
Morgan's
0132, 0200,
0713, 0794
Motorola
0869
Pansat
1011
0642, 0879
Patriot
0132, 0668,
0710
Multichoice
Multitec
0157
Myryad
0200
Mysat
0713
NEC
0496, 1270
Netgem
1322
Netsat
0099, 1487
Neuhaus
0607, 0713,
0834, 0868
Neusat
0713, 0834
Neveling
1161
Newton
0396
Next Level
NextWave
0869
1143, 1227
Paysat
Philips
Phonotrend
Pioneer
Planet
Polytron
0724
0099, 0133,
0173, 0200,
0292, 0455,
0571, 0668,
0710, 0722,
0724, 0749,
0750, 0853,
0856, 1076,
1114, 1142,
1442, 1487,
1749
0863, 1017,
1200
0292, 0329,
0352, 0853
0396, 0871
Sanyo
0493, 1219
SAT
0868
Sat Control
1300
Sat Cruiser
1143
Sat Partner
0868
Sat Team
0713
Satcom
0605, 0607
SatCruiser
1143
Satec
0713, 0834
Satelco
0369
0455
0132, 0157,
0605, 0607,
0863, 0885,
1075,
1083,1111
Tarbs
1225
Schwaiger
Sedea Electronique
0132
0455
Primacom
1111
Seemann
0396
OnDigital
0133, 0241,
0751
Prosat
Proscan
Prosonic
Opentel
1412
Optex
0834, 1043,
1283
Pye
SEG
0114, 0369,
0605, 0742,
1075, 1087
1173, 1225
Seleco
0871
0392, 0566
Septimo
0885, 1205
0742
Serino
0610
0571
Sharp
0494
Optus
0879, 1143
Pyxis
0834
Siemens
0173
Orbitech
0114, 0157,
0548, 0834,
0868, 1099,
1100
Quadral
0369, 0668,
0710
Silva
0299
Origo
OSAT
A-12
Quelle
0497
0345
Radiola
0115, 0299,
0607, 0742
0200
0132, 0369,
0642, 0794
1487
0115, 0299
0455
0713
Sunstar
Tantec
SCS
0668, 0710
Sunsat
Supernova
0795
Promax
0369
1143
Prima
Profile
0210
Sunny Sound
Supermax
0292, 0853,
0873
1505
STS
0157, 0668,
0710, 1206,
1901
Premiere
0668
0132, 0369,
0853, 0879,
1158, 1300
1083
0108, 0455,
0573, 0723,
0751, 0853,
0873, 1023,
1127, 1223,
1723
Okano
0200
Strong
Schneider
Nokia
OctalTV
Starlite
Satstation
0200, 0713
Nordmende
0180
0157
0396
0132, 0396,
0794, 1101,
1317
0869
Star Trak
Satplus
Nikko
Preisner
Star Choice
Skantin
0713
SKR
0713
Tatung
0455
TCL
1143
Teac
1225, 1227,
1322
Tecatel
1200
TechniSat
0114, 0157,
0396, 0455,
0548, 0863,
0868, 1099,
1100
Technosat
1143, 1206
Technowelt
0132, 0607
Techsan
1017
Techwood
0114
tekComm
1017
Telasat
0115, 0605,
0607
Teleciel
1043
Telefunken
0710
Teleka
Telesat
Telestar
0396, 0607,
0750, 0834,
0868
Viasat
1323
Victor
0492
0605
Visiosat
0114, 0142,
0710, 0713,
1129
Viva
0856
Telesystem
0396
Voom
0869
Teletech
0114
Welltech
0157
Televes
0132, 0455,
0868, 1214
Wetekom
0157, 0605,
0868
Televisa
1487
Wewa
0455
Tempo
1143
Wisi
Tevion
0713
0173, 0299,
0396, 0455,
0607, 0868
Thomson
0115, 0292,
0392, 0455,
0607, 0668,
0710, 0711,
0713, 0820,
0853, 0885,
1046, 1198,
1291
Thorn
0455
Worldsat
0114, 0123,
0668, 0710
XCOM
0123, 0668,
0832
Xcom Multimedia
0668
Xrypton
0369
Xsat
0123, 0668,
0713, 1323,
1849
Tioko
0132
Tivo
1142, 1442,
1443, 1444
Yes
1487
Tokai
0200
Zehnder
Tonna
0455, 0668,
0713, 0834,
0868
0114, 0115,
0369, 0742,
1075, 1412
Zenith
0856, 1856
Topfield
1206, 1207
Zinwell
1173, 1225
0082, 0455,
0486, 0749,
0790, 1285,
1749
Zodiac
0396
Toshiba
TPS
0820, 1253,
1307
Triasat
0868
Triax
0114, 0115,
0200, 0396,
0713, 0853,
0868,
1296,1317
Turnsat
0713
Twinner
0713
UEC
0879
Uher
0157
UltimateTV
1392, 1640
Uniden
0052, 0074,
0076, 0238,
0722, 0724,
0834
Unisat
Universum
Van Hunen
Variosat
0132, 0200
0114, 0115,
0173, 0299,
0571, 0607,
0742,
1087,1099
1161
0000, 0072,
0081, 0209,
0278, 0315,
0348, 0352
Alienware ............
1972
.............
Allstar ................
America Action .....
American High ......
Amoisonic ...........
Amstrad .............
0240
Anam ................
0037, 0162,
0226, 0240,
0278, 0480,
1037
Allorgan
0081
0278
0035
0479
0000, 0072,
0278
Anam National ......
0162, 0226,
1162, 1562
Anitech ..............
0072
Ansonic ..............
0000
.............
0081
Aristona
ASA ..................
0037, 0081
Asha .................
0240
Asuka ................
0037, 0038
Audiosonic ..........
0278
Audiovox ............
0037, 0278
AVP ..................
0000, 0352
Awa ..................
0037, 0043,
0278, 0642
Baird .................
0000, 0041,
0104, 0106
Bang & Olufsen.....
0499
VCR
Basic Line ...........
0072, 0104,
0278
VCR
VCR
VCR
Beaumark ...........
0240
Beko .................
0104
.......
Bestar ...............
Black Diamond .....
Black Panther ......
Blaupunkt ...........
0104
Blue Sky .............
0037, 0072,
0209, 0278,
0348, 0352,
0480, 0642
Zwergnase
..................
Accent ...............
Admiral...............
Adventura ...........
Adyson ...............
Aiko ..................
Aim ...................
Aiwa ..................
ABS
Akai...................
0173
Vega
0369
Akiba .................
Ventana
0200
Akura .................
Vestel
0114, 0742
VH-Sat
0299
0794
Bell & Howell
1972
0072
0048, 0209
0000
0072
Calix ..................
0037
Canon ................
0035
Carena ...............
0081, 0209
Carrefour .............
0045
Carver ................
0081
Casio .................
0000
Cathay
...............
..................
CGE ..................
Changhong ..........
Cimline ...............
Cineral ...............
Citizen ................
Clatronic .............
Colt ...................
Combitech ...........
Condor ...............
Craig .................
0278
CCE
0072, 0278
Crown ................
0072, 0271,
0278, 0480
Curtis Mathes .......
0035, 0041,
0060, 0162,
0760
Cybernex ............
0240
CyberPower .........
1972
Cyrus .................
0081
Daewoo ..............
0045, 0046,
0104, 0209,
0278, 0352,
0637, 0642
Dansai ................
0072, 0278
Dantax
...............
..............
De Graaf .............
0352
Daytron
0278
Decca ................
0000, 0041,
0067, 0081,
0209, 0352
Deitron ...............
0278
0278
0642
0278
0034, 0081,
0162, 0226
0000, 0041
0048, 0081
0072
0278
0037, 0278
0000, 0072
0072
0352
0278
0037, 0047,
0072, 0240,
0271
0042, 0046,
0048, 0081,
0104, 0166
...................
1972
Denko ................
0072
Denon ................
0042
Diamant ..............
0037
..............
Domland .............
Dual ..................
0739
Dell
0278
Bondstec ............
0072
0278
Brand Unknown ....
0104
0000, 0037,
0124, 0209,
0307, 0348,
0352, 0479
Brandt ...............
0041, 0320,
0321
..
0041
0037, 0041,
0106, 0240,
0315, 0352,
0642
Brandt Electronique
0041
..........
Broksonic ...........
0209, 0348
Dumont
..............
0000, 0081,
0104
0002, 0121,
0184, 0209,
0348, 0479
Durabrand ...........
0038, 0039
............
Elbe ...................
Elcatech..............
0000
0072
0072, 0271
Brandt Electronic
Brinkmann
Bush .................
0000, 0072,
0081, 0209,
0278, 0315,
0348, 0352
DirecTV
Dynatech
0209
0000, 0041,
0081, 0278,
0348
0038, 0278
0072
A-13
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
0114, 0157,
0868, 1099,
1100
Alba ..................
Goodmans
VCR
0000, 0037,
0072, 0081,
0209, 0278,
0348, 0352,
0637, 0642
Intervision ...........
0000, 0209,
0278
IR .....................
0041, 0042,
0045, 0047,
0072, 0081,
0104, 0106,
0209, 0226,
0240, 0348
Electrohome ........
0037
Electrophonic.......
0037
GPX ..................
0037
Elin ...................
0240
Gradiente ............
0000
Elsay .................
0072
Graetz ................
0072, 0278
0041, 0104,
0240
Irradio ................
Elta...................
Emerex ..............
0032
.............
0000, 0037,
0042, 0046,
0048, 0081,
0104, 0226,
0240
ITT....................
Emerson
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
..........
............
0000, 0002,
0035, 0037,
0043, 0045,
0072, 0121,
0184, 0209,
0240, 0278,
0479, 0637,
1593
ESC ..................
0240, 0278
Etzuko ...............
0072
Ferguson ............
0000, 0041,
0278, 0320,
0321
Fidelity...............
Finlandia ............
Finlux ................
Firstline ..............
0000, 0072,
0240, 0352,
0432
0000, 0037,
0042, 0043,
0046, 0048,
0081, 0104,
0106, 0166,
0226, 0384
0000, 0042,
0081, 0104
0037, 0043,
0045, 0072,
0209, 0278,
0348, 0480
Fisher ................
0046, 0047,
0104
Flint ..................
0209
............
Granada
Grandin ..............
0000, 0037,
0072, 0209,
0278
Grundig ..............
0034, 0072,
0081, 0226,
0320, 0347,
0348, 0352
Magnavox
...........
Magnin ...............
0000, 0035,
0039, 0081,
0149, 0563,
0593
0240
.............
0045, 0072,
0081, 0209
0037, 0072,
0081
Marantz ..............
0035, 0038,
0081, 0209
0041, 0046,
0104, 0106,
0240, 0384
Mark ..................
0000, 0278
Marta .................
0037
...................
JBL...................
Jensen ...............
JMB ..................
0037, 0278
Master's
.............
Matsui ................
0278
Matsushita ...........
0035, 0162,
0226, 1162
..................
Media Center PC ...
1972
0041, 0045,
0067, 0081,
0384
Mediator .............
0081
Medion ...............
0209, 0348,
0352
ITV
JVC
0278
0041
0209, 0348,
0352
Manesth
0209, 0240,
0348, 0352
Haaz..................
0348
Hanimex .............
0352
Kaisui ................
0072
Hanseatic ............
0037, 0038,
0081, 0209
Karcher ..............
0081, 0278
MEI ...................
0035
KEC ..................
0037, 0278
Melectronic ..........
...............
0000, 0037,
0038
0072, 0106,
0209, 0278,
0315, 0348
Memorex.............
Kenwood ............
0038, 0041,
0067, 0384
0000, 0035,
0037, 0039,
0046, 0047,
0048, 0104,
0162, 0209,
0240, 0307,
0348, 0479,
0569, 1037,
1048, 1162,
1262
Memphis .............
0072
.............
Metz ..................
0081
Haojie ................
0240
Harley Davidson ....
0000
Harman/Kardon.....
0038, 0081
Harwood .............
0072
Kendo
.................
0072
KIC ...................
0000
Headquarter .........
0046
Kimari ................
0047
Hewlett Packard ....
1972
Kioto .................
0348
HI-Q ..................
0047
KLH ..................
0072
HCM
Hinari .................
0041, 0072,
0209, 0240,
0278, 0352
Kneissel .............
Hisawa ...............
0209, 0352
Kodak................
0035, 0037
0037, 0209,
0278, 0348,
0352
Metronic
0037, 0081,
0162, 0226,
0347, 0836,
1162, 1562
0072
Hischito ..............
0045
Kolin .................
0041, 0043
MGA ..................
0043, 0240
Fuji ...................
0033, 0035
Hitachi ...............
Korpel
MGN Technology ...
0240
0000, 0045
0047
Micormay ............
0348
Fujitsu General .....
0037
0226
Micromaxx...........
0209
Funai.................
0000, 0593,
1593
...............
Kuba .................
Kuwa.................
Kyoto ................
Lenco ................
Leyco ................
LG ....................
0072
Fujitsu ...............
0000, 0037,
0041, 0042,
0046, 0081,
0089, 0166,
0240
0072
Microsoft.............
1972
0278
Migros ................
0000
0072
Mind ..................
1972
0037, 0038,
0042, 0045,
0209, 0480,
1037
Minolta ...............
0042
Mitsubishi ............
0000, 0041,
0043, 0048,
0067, 0081,
0480, 0642
Frontech
Galaxi................
Galaxis ..............
0000
0278
Hornyphone .........
0081
Howard Computers
1972
HP ....................
1972
Garrard ..............
0000
Hughes Network
Systems .............
0042, 0739
............
GE ...................
1972
Hypson
..............
0000, 0037,
0072, 0209,
0278, 0352,
0480
Gateway
.................
General ..............
General Technic ....
Genexxa ............
Go Video ............
GoldHand ...........
GoldStar ............
GEC
A-14
0035, 0048,
0060, 0226,
0240, 0320,
0760
H÷her ................
0278
0081
iBUYPOWER ........
1972
0045
Imperial ..............
0000
0348
Ingersoll..............
0209, 0240
..............
Interbuy ..............
Interfunk .............
Internal ...............
International .........
0072, 0240
0104
0432, 0526
0072
0037, 0038,
0209, 0226,
0480
Inno Hit
Lifetec ...............
0209, 0348
Lloyd's ...............
0000
Motorola .............
0035, 0048
0037, 0081,
0162, 1562
MTC ..................
0000, 0240
Multitec ..............
0037
Loewe
...............
Logik .................
0072, 0106,
0209, 0240
Multitech .............
0000, 0072
Lux May .............
0072
Murphy ...............
0000
0043, 0046,
0047, 0048,
0104, 0106,
0315
Myryad ...............
0081
..................
National ..............
NEC ..................
0104
Luxor
................
0037, 0072
0081, 0104
0278, 0637
0037, 0278
...................
M Electronic ........
Magnasonic.........
LXI
0037
0000, 0038
0278, 0593
NAD
0226
0035, 0037,
0038, 0041,
0048, 0067,
0104, 0278
Neckermann ........
0081
...............
Neufunk .............
Newave .............
Nikkai ................
Nikko ................
Nikon ................
Noblex...............
Nokia ................
0000, 0072
Nesco
0209
0037
0072, 0278
0037
0034
0000, 0035,
0081, 0226,
0384, 0563,
0593, 0618,
0739, 1081,
1181
Phonola ..............
0081
..................
Pioneer...............
0037
Pilot
0042, 0067,
0081, 0162
0240
Polk Audio ...........
0081
0041, 0042,
0046, 0048,
0081, 0104,
0106, 0240,
0278, 0315
Portland..............
0278, 0637
Prinz ..................
0000
...........
Proline ...............
0081, 0240
0041, 0067,
0320, 0321,
0384, 0494
Profitronic
0000, 0278,
0320, 0321,
0642
Northgate ...........
1972
Proscan ..............
0060, 0760
NU-TEC .............
0209
Prosco ...............
0278
Oceanic .............
0000, 0041,
0046, 0048,
0081, 0104,
0106
Prosonic .............
0209, 0278
Protec ................
0072
..............
ProVision ............
Pulsar ................
Pye ...................
Qisheng ..............
Quarter ...............
Quartz ................
Quasar ...............
0081
Quelle ................
0081
Okano ...............
0072, 0209,
0278, 0315,
0348
............
0035, 0226
Optimus .............
0037, 0048,
0104, 0162,
0432, 0593,
1048, 1062,
1162, 1262
Olympus
Orbit .................
0072
Orion.................
0002, 0121,
0184, 0209,
0348, 0352,
0479
Protech
Radialva
.............
0278
0039
0081
0060
0039
Singer ................
Saba .................
0041, 0278,
0320, 0321,
0384, 0494
0045, 0072,
0271
Sinudyne .............
0081, 0209,
0352
Saisho ...............
0209, 0348
Smaragd .............
0348
Salora ................
0043, 0046,
0104, 0106
Sonic Blue ...........
0614, 0616
Sonneclair ...........
0072
Sonolor...............
0046
...............
Sony ..................
0037
Soundwave ..........
0037, 0209
..........
Standard .............
Stern .................
Strong ................
STS ...................
Sunkai ................
0072
Runco
...............
Sampo ...............
0037, 0048
Samsung ............
0045, 0240,
0432, 0760,
1014
Sanky ................
0039, 0048
Sansei ...............
0048
Sansui ...............
0000, 0041,
0067, 0072,
0106, 0209,
0271, 0348,
0479
Sontec
Ssangyong
0000, 0032,
0033, 0034,
0035, 0106,
0636, 1032,
1972
0278
Sanyo ................
0046, 0047,
0048, 0067,
0104, 0159,
0240
Saville................
0240, 0278,
0352
SBR ..................
0081
Schaub Lorenz .....
0000, 0041,
0104, 0106,
0315, 0642
Sunstar ...............
0000
Suntronic
0000, 0037,
0042, 0072,
0081, 0240,
0278, 0352,
............
............
Supra .................
Sylvania ..............
0000
Sunwood
0072
Schneider ...........
0046
0046
Scott .................
0035, 0162,
0278, 1162
0043, 0045,
0121, 0184
Sears
................
0000, 0035,
0037, 0042,
0046, 0047,
0104
0037, 0048,
0072, 0081
Seaway ..............
0278
SEG ..................
0072, 0081,
0240, 0278,
0637, 0642
Symphonic
..........
0278
0271
0042
0209, 0278,
0348
0037
0000, 0035,
0043, 0081,
0593, 1593
0000, 0593,
1593
Systemax ............
1972
T+A ...................
0162
Tagar Systems ......
1972
Taisho ................
0209
0278
Orson ................
0000
Osaki ................
0000, 0037,
0072
Radiola ...............
0081
0037
..............
Otake ................
Otto Versand .......
Radionette ...........
0072
RadioShack .........
0000, 0037,
1037
SEI ...................
0081
Tandberg .............
Radix .................
Sei-Sinudyne .......
0081
0000, 0104
0037
Tandy .................
0081
Pace
0352
Randex
0037
Seleco ...............
0037, 0041,
0384
Pacific ...............
0041
0000, 0037,
0048, 0081,
0240
0000
Semivox .............
0045, 0209
Palladium ...........
0041
Tatung ................
0037, 0041,
0072, 0209
Semp ................
0045
Palsonic .............
..............
Rank..................
Rank Arena ..........
RCA ..................
Tashiko ...............
0000, 0072,
0642
0000, 0035,
0042, 0048,
0060, 0106,
0149, 0226,
0240, 0320,
0760, 0880
Sentra
...............
...............
Sharp ................
0072
0000, 0041,
0043, 0045,
0048, 0067,
0081, 0209,
0348, 0352
Setron
0072
TCM ..................
0348
0000, 0035,
0037, 0046,
0047, 0048,
0104
Shinco ...............
0000
Shintom .............
0072, 0104
0348
Shivaki ...............
0037
0614, 0616
Shogun ..............
0240
Siemens .............
Osume
Panasonic...........
0209
0035, 0162,
0226, 0616,
0836, 1062,
1162, 1262,
1562, 1662
Pathe Cinema ......
0043
Pathe Marconi ......
0041
Penney ..............
0035, 0037,
0038, 0042,
0240
Pentax ...............
0042
Perdio ...............
0000, 0209
Philco ................
0000, 0035,
0038, 0072,
0209, 0226,
0479
Realistic..............
.................
ReplayTV ............
Rex ...................
RFT ...................
Ricoh .................
Roadstar .............
Reoc
Royal .................
0041, 0384
0072
0037, 0048,
0209, 0569,
0848, 1048
Teac
..................
0000, 0037,
0041, 0072,
0278, 0307,
0526, 0593,
0637, 0642
Tec ....................
0072
Tech Line
............
.............
0072
Technics
0037, 0046,
0081, 0104,
0320, 0347
0035, 0162,
0226, 1162
TechniSat ............
0348
Teco ..................
0035, 0037,
0038, 0041,
0048
Tedelex ...............
0037, 0348
0034
Siera .................
0081
0037, 0072,
0081, 0240,
0278
Silva ..................
0037
Silver .................
0278
0072
A-15
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
Nordmende .........
Philips ................
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
Teknika ..............
0041
Telefunken ..........
0041, 0209,
0278, 0320,
0321, 0384,
0494
Telestar ..............
0037
Teletech .............
0000, 0072,
0278
Tenosal ..............
0072
Tensai................
0000, 0072,
0278
...............
Texet .................
Thomas .............
Thomson ............
0348
Tevion
Thorn ................
Tivo ..................
0278
0000
0041, 0060,
0067, 0278,
0320, 0321,
0384, 0494,
0722
0037, 0041,
0104
0618, 0636,
0722, 0739,
1503
1909, 1921,
1928
Toshiba ..............
1972
Emerson .............
Touch ................
1972
0236, 1905,
1909, 1911,
1928, 1929
Viewsonic ...........
1972
Funai .................
1904
ZT Group ............
1972
GE ....................
1907, 1917,
1919, 1922
GoldStar .............
1926
Goodmans...........
1909
Hanimex .............
1908
Harley Davidson ....
1904
Hinari .................
1908
Hitachi................
1904
JVC ...................
1923
Watson ...............
0081, 0352
Weltblick .............
0037
Wharfedale ..........
0593
White Westinghouse
0072, 0209,
0278, 0637
World .................
0348
XR-1000 .............
0000, 0035,
0072
Yamaha ..............
0038, 0041
..............
Yokan ................
Yoko ..................
0072, 0278
Yamishi
Zenith ................
ZT Group ............
ZX
....................
TVDVD
TV/DVD combination
Combinación de TV/DVD
Combinaison TV/DVD
Audiovox ............
1937
0000, 0033,
0034, 0039,
0209, 0479,
0637
Axion.................
1937
Broksonic ...........
1935
Magnin ...............
1907
1972
Bush .................
0698, 1037,
1900
Memorex.............
1920, 1924,
1926, 1927
0209, 0348,
0352
Daewoo
.............
Goodmans ..........
Grundig ..............
Jensen ...............
Konka ................
Mirror ................
1902
MGA ..................
1907
Panasonic
1941
................
RCA ..................
Samsung ............
Sylvania .............
Teac ..................
Toshiba ..............
1933
0348
0041, 0043,
0045, 0067,
0081, 0352,
0384, 0432,
1008, 1503,
1972
Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
DVR
Enregistreur audio numérique
Prima
1900
Mitsubishi ............
1917
Nokia .................
1912
1933
Optimus ..............
1913, 1924,
1927
Orion .................
1905, 1911,
1929
...........
1919, 1924,
1927, 1930
Penney ...............
1907, 1919,
1926
1957
1900
1948, 1958
0037, 0240
ABS
..................
1972
Touch ................
1972
Alienware ............
1972
Towada ..............
0072
CyberPower .........
1972
Triad .................
0278
Dell ...................
1972
Uher .................
0240
Gateway .............
1972
Ultravox .............
0278
Hewlett Packard ....
1972
Unitech ..............
0240
Howard Computers
1972
TVVCR
United Quick Star ..
0278
HP ....................
1972
Universum ..........
0000, 0037,
0081, 0104,
0106, 0209,
0240, 0348
iBUYPOWER ........
1972
Media Center PC ...
1972
TV/VCR combination
Combinación de TV/VCR
Combinaison TV/VCR
............
1972
Mind ..................
1972
Northgate ............
1972
Panasonic ...........
0616
Magnavox
1935
Totevision ...........
0041, 0067,
0384
1904, 1913,
1931
1943
Toshiba ..............
0038
...........
Apex Digital .........
Topline...............
Microsoft
1913, 1928
0037, 0072,
0240
DVR
0045
1904
Magnasonic .........
1933
0037, 0041,
0072, 0104
...............
Vector Research ...
Victor ................
1934
Advent ...............
0240
Vector
....................
Lloyd's ...............
LG
0072
.................
Tokai .................
TMK
Daewoo ..............
Tivo ..................
0000, 0035,
0037
Teleavia..............
0618, 0636,
0722, 0739
0000, 0033,
0035, 0038,
0039, 0042,
0045, 0046,
0047, 0048,
0060, 0072,
0081, 0149,
0240, 0760
Wards ................
VCR
Panasonic
1903
Quasar ...............
1919, 1924
0171
RadioShack .........
1904, 1920
1949
RCA
..................
1907, 1917,
1919, 1922
Sansui ................
1904, 1911,
1929
1935
................
1907
Schneider ............
1904
Sears .................
1904, 1926
Sanyo
Sharp .................
1917
Sony ..................
1904, 1925
Sylvania ..............
1931
..........
Teac ..................
1904, 1913
Symphonic
Aiwa
.................
1904, 1910,
1914
1904, 1909,
1913, 1932
Video Concepts ....
0045
Philips ................
0618, 0739
America Action .....
0180
Thomas ..............
1904
......
Videomagic .........
Videosonic ..........
Viewsonic ...........
Villain ................
0000
ReplayTV ............
0614, 0616
Audiovox ............
0180
Toshiba ...............
1918, 1936
0037
Sonic Blue ...........
0614, 0616
Broksonic ...........
1905, 1911,
1929
White Westinghouse
0240
Sony..................
0636, 1972
1972
Systemax ............
1972
0000
Tagar Systems ......
1972
............
0722
Video Technic
Thomson
A-16
Citizen ...............
1928
..................
......
1906
Colt
Curtis Mathes
1919
Zenith
................
1909
1904, 1911,
1929
TVVCRDVD
SATDVR
DVDDVR
DTVA
TV/VCR/DVD combination
Combinación de TV/VCR/DVD
Combinaison TV/VCR/DVD
DBS/DVR combination
Combinación de receptor de DBS/DVR
Combinaison récepteur DBS/DVR
DVD/DVR combination
Combinación de DVD/DVR
Combinaison DVD/DVR
DTVA
DTVA
DTVA
Akai ..................
Broksonic ...........
1300
.................
1300
1944
British Sky
Broadcasting ........
1175
1954
Canal Satellite
......
Comag ...............
Digiturk ..............
Dream Multimedia ..
Echostar .............
1339
1938
1946, 1947
1953
1917
1944
1945
CABDVR
Cable/DVR combination
Combinación de cable/DVR
Combinaison Câble/DVR
Atsat
1412
1076
1237
0610, 0775,
1170, 1505
Euro1 .................
1278
Expressvu ...........
0775
Fast...................
1901
Force NO AS ........
1194
GbSAT ...............
1214
Grundig ..............
1150
Hughes Network
Systems .............
1142, 1442,
1443, 1444
Humax ...............
RCA ..................
Toshiba ..............
0880
1008, 1503
PROJ
Video projector
Proyector de vídeo
Projecteur vidéo
Ampro ...............
0751
Dwin .................
0720, 0774
Epson ................
0833, 0840
JVC ..................
0683
Marantz..............
1154
Mitsubishi ...........
0868
1176
NEC ..................
0497
0899
Hyundai ..............
1011
Panasonic ...........
1310, 1410
General Instrument
0476, 0810
JVC ...................
1170
RCA ..................
0047
Jerrold ...............
0476, 0810
Kathrein ..............
1221, 1224
Runco
............
0476, 0810,
1106, 1376
Opentel ..............
1412
Sanyo ................
0799
Pace .................
0237, 1877
Pace ..................
1423
Sharp ................
Pioneer ..............
0877, 1877
Panasonic ...........
1320
0491, 0688,
0689, 0851
0353, 0834
0877, 1877
1142, 1442
Sony .................
Scientific Atlanta ...
Philips ................
0392
0832
1006
Proscan ..............
Toshiba ..............
Sony .................
0276
1317
0833, 0839
.........
Zenith................
Radix .................
Yamaha ..............
RCA ............... ...
1392
Zenith ................
0017
0899
Rebox ................
1214
Supercable
Sagem ...............
1253, 1307
Schneider............
1901
SKY
..................
...............
1296
Grundig ..............
1297
Hauppauge ..........
1294
Labgear ..............
1296
..............
Nokia .................
Pace ..................
Panasonic ...........
Rebox ................
Teac ..................
Triax ..................
1322
Netgem
Americast ...........
Motorola
Daewoo ..............
1723
1323, 1423
1304, 1849
1214
1227, 1322
1296
AMP
Audio amplifier/tuner
Amplificador de audio/sintonizado
Amplificateur audio/tuner
Bose ..................
1629
0497, 0603
1175, 1848
Skyplus ..............
1412
Sony..................
0639, 1640
Strong ................
1158, 1300
Topfield ..............
1206
TPS ...................
1253, 1307
Zehnder ..............
1075, 1412
A-17
Device Codes•Códigos de instalación•Codes de configuration
............
Orion.................
Panasonic...........
RCA..................
Sharp ................
Sylvania .............
Toshiba ..............
Emerson
@sat ..................
1903
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