User manual
OneRemote INT Converter
Type 32002697
User Manual
Beocompatible functions
Humax BXR-HD2
32002697u1uk
Daily use using Beo4, Beo5, Beo6 or BeoOne
OO
Q *1
E *1
*W*1
R *1
OK
Guide
Back
P+
P-
o1
o2
o3
Media
OPT+
TV/ Radio
e
m
Exit
Menu
Playback and recording
o
o0
Play/ pause press 1 sekund
Play/ pause alternative
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oq
Stop playing
Timeshift.
oA
oS
oD
Rewind
Fast Forward
Next
o8
Start recording
Other operations
o4
o5
o6
o7
Text TV Receiver
Menu
i
List
*1 As the un-shifted function of the coloured function
buttons has been assigned to other functions, they have to
be preceded with a O to retrieve their actual coloured
functions.
oQ
oW
oE
oR
Green function
Yellow function
Red function
Blue function (Timer)
Operating using a Beolink1000 remote control
The OneRemote converter is best operated
using a remote control with colured buttons like
the Beo4, but can also be operated with a
Beolink1000.
The P key on the old Beolink1000 remote
control from Bang & Olufsen, has the same
function as theOkey on newer remote
controls. Thus all operations in the table above
is doable using a Beolink1000 remote control.
Simply replace theOin the table with a
P.
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g
x
Back
Guide
hZ
hX
hC
hV
Green
Yellow
Blue
Red
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Getting Started
This receiver has been modified for operation in a Bang & Olufsen remote control system allowing full control with a Bang &
Olufsen remote control terminal either directly or via connection to Bang & Olufsen equipment. Thus the tuner is Beolink
compatible.
INT internal converter -how it works
A OneRemote INT converter is a small microcomputer, which is specifically made to be built in to a non Bang & Olufsen device,
equipped with a Scart output socket. This could be a Satellite receiver, DVD player etc.
A Bang & Olufsen TV receives IR data from its remote control, a Beolink1000, Beo4, Beo5 or another.
When a Scart source is selected on the B&O TV, where a device with an INT controller is connected, the TV echoes control data
from the remote control to the device. These data is retransmitted via this Scart connection to the device. Control data flows
through the existing Scart cable, therefore no further cables is needed.
With a OneRemote OneWay or TwoWay cable, the device can be placed up to 25 metres away from the TV. It could be placed
in another room, under a sofa or where ever it suits, as operation is handled via the Scartcable.
If both the TV and the device are equipped with a HDMI connection, a HDMI cable can be added to improve picture and sound
quality.
The microcomputer then translates the B&O control data, to data that controls the specific device that it is built into.
If the Bang & Olufsen TV that the device is connected to is the main TV of a Beolink system, all link rooms can get to the device
and even operate it.
If both the Bang & Olufsen TV and the
receiver are equipped with a DVI or HDMI
connection, these can be used for best
picture and sound.
Scart connection is then only used for
control and maybe sound.
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OneRemote operation in a B&O system
To be able to operate the device correctly with the Beo4 the user has to be familiar with operations with the original remote
control as described in the device’s user manual.
The beo4 remote control is not equipped with many keys, so we have designed a ‘layout’ that works logically, even when
shifting between different devices. To get a universal layout for different devices, we needed to redefine a few of the beo4
buttons to other functions:

Coloured buttons.
To make room for important functions, we have moved the coloured buttons, to a lower layer. To send a ‘red’ button
command O must be pressed before the red button. The same goes with the other 3 coloured buttons. This way we
have freed the direct function of the coloured buttons, to important operations.
In a OneRemote environment the red button is used as Back, Backup or return. The green button is used as EPG, Guide
or similar. Finally the blue and yellow button is used for programme stepping.

Programme stepping, up/ down manoeuvring in menus.
Most set top boxes or TV’s has 4 arrow buttons for moving up, down, left and right in on screen menus. In addition they
have separate programme stepping buttons for zapping through programmes. B&O remote control does not have
separate buttons for programme zapping and menu manoeuvring.
We therefore have chosen the direct blue and yellow buttons to be used as programme stepping buttons. The four up,
down, left and right buttons have been assigned for manoeuvring in on screen menus, in our basic setup.
It is possible to use the up and down arrow for programme stepping.
See page 5 about option programming.

Go or Stop shifted operation.
Some of the buttons has been assigned 2 or more functions. To get to these they have to be preceded with O or
q.
Buttons that has been assigned secondary functions on this controller can be seen in the operating table on page 1.
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Option programming
The OneRemote converter inside your receiver can be programmed with different options, to fit different setup and needs.
An option programming is done by pressing a series of buttons in a special scheme that does not occur during daily use. A
programming must be ended within 3 seconds.
To abort an ongoing programming sequence, press any other button than q or the numeric buttons 0 to 9.
Option 7x – auto power off enable.
In some cases it is not wanted that the device automatically powers off, when the TV is powered off. Use this option to enable
or disable this.
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Device powers off with TV.
Device never powers off.
Option 8x – menu button block enable.
Some B&O TVs not only echoes the MENU button from the remote control to the device attached to the Scart socket, instead it
opens the TV’s own ON-screen menu. Use this option to avoid that the device acts on this command, if your setup has this
conflict.
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Use the MENU button.
Ignore the Menu button..
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