SH284E Solo Movie RS232 issue A 130116

SH284E Solo Movie RS232 issue A 130116
Custom Installation Notes:
Serial programming interface and
IR remote commands for
Solo Movie, Movie 2.1 & Music
Output Command Specifications............................8
Conventions
„„ All hexadecimal numbers begin 0x.
„„ Any character in single quotes gives the ASCII equivalent of a hex value.
„„ <n> represents an unknown or variable number.
Command and response formats
Communication between the remote controller (RC) and the Solo Movie/Music takes the form of sequences of bytes, with all commands and
responses having the same basic format. The Solo Movie/Music shall always respond to a received command, but may also send messages at other
times.
Serial Cable Specification
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Serial Cable Specification..........................................3
Network playback status (0x1C) ..........................................12
Subwoofer Trim (0x3F)..............................................................12
Lipsync Delay (0x40)..................................................................13
Compression (0x41)...................................................................13
Request incoming video parameters (0x42)....................13
Request incoming audio format (0x43).............................14
Request incoming audio sample rate (0x44)...................15
Set/Request Output Frame Rate (0x50).............................15
FM Scan up/down (0x23).........................................................16
DAB Scan (0x24)...........................................................................16
Heartbeat (0x25)..........................................................................17
Reboot (0x26)...............................................................................17
Playback elapsed time (command code 0x28)...............17
Playback state/mode (command code 0x29) .................18
Source Type (command code 0x2C)....................................18
Title/Chapter information (command code 0x2D)........19
Solo Music/Movie RC5 command codes............. 20
Advanced Functions..................................................................20
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Network Command Specifications...................... 12
9
Data transfer format......................................................................3
AMX Duet™ Support.....................................................................4
Request current source (0x1D).................................................8
DLS/PDT info. (0x1A)..................................................................11
Request preset details (0x1B).................................................12
DB9 Female
Set/Request Volume (0x0D).......................................................8
Request Mute status (0x0E)........................................................8
Request decode mode status — 2ch (0x10).......................9
Request RDS information (0x12)..............................................9
Request tuner preset (0x15)...................................................10
Tune (0x16)....................................................................................10
Request DAB station (0x18) ...................................................11
Prog. Type/Category (0x19) ....................................................11
IP control is via port 50000 of the IP address of the unit (in the Network Settings menu).
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Power (0x00).....................................................................................5
Display Brightness (0x01)............................................................5
Headphones (0x02).......................................................................5
FM genre (0x03) .............................................................................6
Software version (0x04)...............................................................6
Restore factory default settings (0x05).................................6
Simulate RC5 IR Command (0x08)..........................................6
Display Information Type (0x09)..............................................7
Set-up
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Example command and response sequence........4
System Command Specifications............................5
This document describes the remote control protocol for controlling the Solo Movie/Music via the RS232/NET interface. The Solo Movie/Music
implements virtual IR commands in order to simplify the protocol. Any operation that can be invoked using the IR remote control can be achieved
over a control link using the Simulate RC5 IR command (0x08). See page 6 for details of this command. The RC5 IR code set is listed from page
20.
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Answer codes...................................................................................4
State changes as a result of other inputs.............................4
Reserved Commands...................................................................4
Introduction
1
Introduction.................................................................3
Set-up............................................................................3
Conventions.................................................................3
Command and response formats............................3
Controlling the Solo Movie/Music via RS232/NET
DB9 Female
Contents
The cable is wired as a null modem:
Connector 1 pin
2
3
5
Connector 2 pin
3
2
5
Function
Rx  Tx
Tx  Rx
RS232 Ground
Data transfer format
„„ Transfer rate: 38,400bps.
„„ 1 start bit, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity, no flow control.
Each transmission by the RC is the following format:
<St> <Zn> <Cc> <Dl> <Data> <Et>
„„ St (Start transmission): 0x21 ‘!’
„„ Zn (Zone number): see below.
„„ Cc (Command code): the code for the command
„„ Dl (Data length): the number of data items following this item,excluding the ETR
„„ Data: the parameters for the command
„„ Et (End transmission): 0x0D
Each response by the Solo Movie/Music is the following format::
Applicability
Changelog
Issue A.0: First draft
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<St> <Zn> <Cc> <Ac> <Dl> <Data> <Et>
„„ St (Start transmission): 0x21 ‘!’
„„ Zn (Zone number): see below.
„„ Cc (Command code): the code for the command
„„ Ac (Answer code): see below.
„„ Dl (Data Length): the number of data items following this item, excluding the ETR
„„ Data: the parameters for the response of length n. n is limited to 255.
„„ Et (End transmission): 0x0D
The Solo Movie/Music responds to each command from the RC within three seconds. The RC may send further commands before a previous
command response has been received.
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Answer codes
The following answer codes are defined:
„„ 0x00 – Status update.
„„ 0x82 – Zone Invalid.
„„ 0x83 – Command not recognised.
„„ 0x84 – Parameter not recognised.
„„ 0x85 – Command invalid at this time.¹
„„ 0x86 – Invalid data length.
¹Certain commands cannot be processed when the Setup Menu is being displayed. An answer code of 0x85 will be returned in these circumstances. Also,
commands for tuner control cannot be processed when the tuner input is not selected, etc.
System Command Specifications
Power (0x00)
Request the stand-by state of a zone.
Example
Command/response sequence to request the power state of zone 1 where
zone 1 has power on:
Command:
0x21 0x01 0x00 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x00 0x00 0x01 0x01 0x0D
State changes as a result of other inputs
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x00
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 – Request power state
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
It is possible that the state of the Solo Movie/Music may be changed as a result of user input via the front panel buttons or via the IR remote control.
Any change resulting from these inputs is relayed to the RC using the appropriate message type.
For example, if the user changed the front panel display brightness using the DISPLAY button on the front panel, a display message (defined below)
would be sent to the RC. A similar action would be taken for all other state changes (including decode mode changes).
Reserved Commands
Commands 0xF0 to 0xFF (inclusive) are reserved for test functions and should never be used.
Example command and response sequence
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x00
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x01
Data
0x00 – Zone is in stand-by
0x01 – Zone is powered on
Et
0x0D
As an example, the command to simulate the RC5 command “16-16”, volume up:
STR
0x21
ZONE
0x01
CC
0x08
DL
0x02
Data 1
0x10
Data 2
0x10
ETR
0x0D
Assuming that the command was accepted by the Solo Movie/Music and is being processed, the Solo Movie/Music responds to this command with the
following sequence:
STR
0x21
ZONE
0x01
CC
0x08
AC
0x00
DL
0x02
Data 1
0x10
Data 2
0x10
ETR
0x0D
Display Brightness (0x01)
Request the brightness of the front panel display.
Example
Command/response sequence for requesting the brightness of the display
where the display is off:
Command:
0x21 0x01 0x01 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x01 0x00 0x01 0x00 0x0D
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x01
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 – Request brightness
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x01
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x01
Data
0x00 – Front panel is off
0x01 – Front panel L1
0x02 – Front panel L2
Et
0x0D
AMX Duet™ Support
The Solo Movie/Music shall be fully compatible with AMX Duet™ Dynamic Device Discovery Protocol (DDDP) The following description of Dynamic
Device Discovery comes from the AMX website (www.amx.com). Dynamic Device Discovery is part of AMX’s Duet™ platform, which combines the
proven reliability and power of NetLinx with the extensive capabilities of the Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) platform. When integrating a serial or IP
device from a manufacturer embedding the Dynamic Device Discovery Protocol (DDDP), Duet recognizes the device and loads the appropriate Duet
module, which automatically installs the new device. AMX’s NetLinx Master can then find and install the Duet device module either from a library
on the master, from AMX’s Web site, or from the manufacturer’s Web site. Duet also allows for device swapping so that programming changes are
not required when devices with DDDP are removed or replaced – a huge benefit for end users. The Duet platform is an extension AMX’s InConcert®
manufacturer partner program, which was developed to ensure seamless communication between partners’ devices and the AMX control system.
Data is specified in the ASCII format. All ASCII characters between the quotes “” should be recognised/transmitted. “\r” is a carriage return (0x0D)
Command: “AMX\r”
Solo Movie Response:
“AMXB<Device-SDKClass=Receiver><Device-Make=ARCAM><Device-Model=Movie><Device-Revision=x.y.z>\r”
Solo Music Response:
“AMXB<Device-SDKClass=Receiver><Device-Make=ARCAM><Device-Model=Music><Device-Revision=x.y.z>\r”
Where x.y.z = RS232 protocol version number.
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Headphones (0x02)
Determine whether headphones are connected.
Example
Command/response sequence to request the headphone status where the
headphones are not connected:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x02 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x02 0x00 0x01 0x00 0x0D
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x02
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 – Request current headphone connection status
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x02
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x01 (Data length)
Data
0x00 – Headphones are not connected.
0x01 – Headphones are connected
Et
0x0D
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FM genre (0x03)
Request information on the current station programme type from FM source
in a given zone. If FM is not selected on the given zone an error 0x85 is
returned.
Example
Command/response sequence to request the programme type on zone 1 where
the programme type is “POP MUSIC”:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x03 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x03 0x00 0x09 0x50 0x4F 0x50 0x20 0x4D 0x55 0x53 0x49 0x43 0x0D
Software version (0x04)
Request the version number of the software on the Solo Movie/Music.
Example
Command/response sequence to request the host version (1.4):
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x04 0x01 0xF1 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x04 0x00 0x03 0xF1 0x01 0x04 0x0D
Display Information Type (0x09)
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x03
Dl
0x01
Data1
Request information source:
0xF0 – FM program type
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x03
Ac
Answer code
Dl
Data length <n>
Data1 –
Data<n>
The radio programme type in ASCII characters
Et
0x0D
Set the VFD display information type (where applicable).
The return data echoes the data sent.
Example
Command/response sequence to set the display text to show the current FM
radio text with FM playing:
Command: Response: COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x09
Dl
0x01
Data
For all sources:
0x00 – Set the display to Default
0xE0 – Cycle though all displayable information.
0xF0 – Request the current display type
0x21 0x01 0x09 0x01 0x01 0x0D
0x21 0x01 0x09 0x00 0x01 0x01 0x0D
If the current source is Bluetooth:
0x00 - Set the display to Title
0x01 – Set the display to Album
0x02 – Set the display to Artist
0x03 - Set the display to Audio CODEC
If the current source is FM:
0x00 - Set the display to Station name
0x01 – Set the display to Programme Type
0x02 – Set the display to Radio Text
0x03 - Set the display to Format (Stereo/Mono)
0x04 – Set the display to Signal strength
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x04
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF1 – Request Host version
Et
0x0D
If the current source is DAB:
0x00 - Set the display to Programme Type
0x01 – Set the display to Radio Text
0x02 – Set the display to Bit Rate
0x02 – Set the display to Format (Stereo/Mono)
0x04 – Set the display to Signal Strength
If the current source is a movie file:
0x00 – Set the display to File Time Elapsed
0x01 – Set the display to File Time Remaining
0x02 - Set the display to Audio CODEC
0x03 – Set the display to File Type
0x04 – Set the display to File Resolution and Framerate
0x05 - Set the display to Filename
0x06 - Set the display to Audio Post Processing mode
RESPONSE:
Restore factory default settings (0x05)
Force a restore of the factory default settings.
Example
Command/response sequence to restore factory defaults:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x05 0x02 0xAA 0xAA 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x05 0x00 0x00 0x0D
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x04
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x03
Data1
Echo data from command
Data2
Major version number
Data3
Minor version number
Et
0x0D
If the current source is a music file:
0x00 – Set the display to File Time Elapsed
0x01 – Set the display to File Time Remaining
0x02 - Set the display to Title
0x03 - Set the display to Artist
0x04 – Set the display to Album
0x05 – Set the display to Genre
0x06 - Set the display to File Type
0x07 - Set the display to Filename
0x08 - Set the display to Audio Post Processing mode
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x05
Dl
0x02
Data1
0xAA (Confirmation data pattern to avoid accidental restore)
Data2
0xAA (Confirmation data pattern to avoid accidental restore)
Et
0x0D
If the current source is a picture file:
0x00 – Set the display to File Type and Picture Size
0x01 – Set the display to Filename
If the current source is a CD:
0x00 – Set the display to Track Time Elapsed
0x01 – Set the display to Track Time Remaining
0x02 - Set the display to Total Time Elapsed
0x03 – Set the display to Total Time Remaining
0x04 – Set the display to Title (for CD-Text)
0x05 - Set the display to Album (for CD-Text)
0x06 - Set the display to Artist (for CD-Text)
0x07 - Set the display to Performer (for CD-Text)
0x08 - Set the display to Audio Post Processing mode
RESPONSE:
Simulate RC5 IR Command (0x08)
Simulate an RC5 command via the RS232 port. An additional status message
will be sent in most cases as a result of the IR command.
Example
Command/response sequence to RC5 16-17 (AVR volume down in zone 1):
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x08 0x02 0x10 0x11 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x08 0x00 0x02 0x10 0x11 0x0D
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x05
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x00
Et
0x0D
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Et
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x08
RESPONSE:
Dl
0x02
Data1
RC5 System code
Data2
RC5 Command code
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
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If the current source is a DVD/BD:
0x00 – Set the display to Track Time Elapsed
0x01 – Set the display to Title Time Remaining
0x02 - Set the display to Chapter Time Elapsed
0x03 – Set the display to Chapter Time Remaining
0x04 – Set the display to Audio CODEC
0x05 - Set the display to Video Output Resolution
0x06 - Set the display to Disc Name
0x07 - Set the display to Audio Post Processing mode
0x0D
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x09
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x01
Byte:
Description:
Data
The current display is returned, as for the command.
St
0x21
Et
0x0D
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x08
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x02
Data1
RC5 System code
Data2
RC5 Command code
Et
0x0D
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Request current source (0x1D)
Request the source currently selected for a given zone.
Example
Command/response sequence to request the current source for Zone 1 where
the source is set to ‘SAT’:
Command:
Response:
0x21 0x01 0x1D 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
0x21 0x01 0x1D 0x00 0x01 0x04 0x0D
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x1D
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0
Et
0x0D
0x10
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 – Request decode mode
Et
0x0D
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x1D
Cc
0x10
Ac
Answer code
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x01
Dl
0x01
Data
The current source in the indicated zone:
0x01 – Disc
0x03 – AV
0x04 – SAT
0x05 – PVR
0x08 – AUX
0x09 – TV
0x0B – TUNER (FM)
0x0C – TUNER (DAB)
0x0E – MEDIA
0x0F - ARC
0x10 - STB
0x11 - BT
0x12 - GAME
0x13 - LINE
Data
0x01 – Stereo
0x02 – Dolby PLII Movie Mode
0x03 – Dolby PLII Music Mode
Et
0x0D
0x0D
COMMAND:
Zone number
This command returns the volume even if the zone requested is in mute. The
“Request Mute status” command can be used to discover if the zone is muted.
Cc
0x0D
Dl
0x01
Response data format:
e.g. for volume 42dB: Data1=0x2A (42)
Example
Data
0x00 (0) – 0x63 (99) – Set the volume
0xF0 – Request the current volume
Et
0x0D
Example
Command/response sequence to request the mute status of zone 1 where zone
1 is muted:
Command:
0x21 0x01 0x0E 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x0E 0x00 0x01 0x00 0x0D
0x01
Cc
0x21
Zn
Request the mute status of the audio in a zone.
0x21
Zn
Description:
0x21
Request Mute status (0x0E)
Description:
St
St
Description:
Command/response sequence for setting the volume in Zone 1 to 45dB:
Command:
0x21 0x01 0x0D 0x01 0x2D 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x0D 0x00 0x01 0x2D 0x0D
Byte:
Byte:
St
Set or request the volume of a zone.
Example
Command/response sequence to request the decode mode in zone 1 where the
mode is Pro Logic II Movie Mode:
Command:
0x21 0x01 0x10 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x10 0x00 0x01 0x02 0x0D
COMMAND:
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Set/Request Volume (0x0D)
Request the decode mode for two-channel material in zone 1.
RESPONSE:
Et
Output Command Specifications
Request decode mode status — 2ch (0x10)
COMMAND:
Request RDS information (0x12)
Request RDS information from the current radio station in a given zone. If FM
is not selected on the given zone an error 0x85 is returned.
Example
Command/response sequence to request the RDS information on FM in zone
1, where the response is “Playing your favourite music”.
Command:
0x21 0x01 0x12 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x12 0x00 0x1C 0x00 0x50 0x6C 0x61 0x79 0x69 0x6E 0x67 0x20 0x79 0x6F 0x75 0x72 0x20 0x66 0x61 0x76 0x6F 0x75 0x72 0x69 0x74 0x65 0x20 0x6D 0x75 0x73 0x69 0x63 0x0D
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x12
Dl
0x01
Data1
Request information source:
0xF0 – FM
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x12
Ac
Answer code
Dl
Data length <n>
Data1 –
Data<n>
The radio programme type in ASCII characters
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x0D
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x01
Data1
Zone volume, integer value:
0x00 (0) – 0x63 (99)
Et
0x0D
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x0E
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 – Request mute status
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
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Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x0E
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x01
P2
0x00 – Zone is muted
0x01 – Zone is not muted
Et
0x0D
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Request tuner preset (0x15)
Request the current tuner preset number. If the tuner is not selected on the
given zone an error 0x85 is returned.
Example
Command/response sequence to request the preset number where the present
number is 10 on zone 1:
Command:
0x21 0x01 0x15 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x15 0x00 0x01 0x0A 0x0D
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x15
Dl
0x01
Data
0x01 – 0x32 (1-50) number of required preset.
0xF0 – Request the current preset number.
Et
0x0D
Command:
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x16 0x01 0x01 0x0D
0x21 0x01 0x16 0x00 0x02 0x55 0x05 0x0D
Request DAB station (0x18)
Request the current DAB station selected. If DAB is not selected on the given
zone an error 0x85 is returned.
Example
Command/response sequence to request the DAB station selection where the
station is called “DAB STATION 2” in zone 1:
RESPONSE:
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x18
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 – Request the current DAB station
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x18
Cc
0x15
Ac
Answer code
Ac
Answer code
Dl
Data length, fixed to 16 bytes (ASCII characters)
Dl
0x01
Data
0xFF – Currently no preset selected
0x01- 0x32: (1-50) the current preset number.
Data1 –
Data128
The service label of the DAB station in ASCII characters.
The data is padded to 16 bytes with the space character (0x20)
Et
0x0D
Et
0x0D
COMMAND:
Tune (0x16)
Byte:
Description:
Increment/Decrement the tuner frequency in 0.05MHz steps (FM).
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x16
Dl
0x01
Prog. Type/Category (0x19)
Data1
0x00 – Decrement tuner frequency by 1 step.
0x01 – Increment tuner frequency by 1 step.
0xF0 – Request the current tuner frequency.
The returned frequency is calculated as follows:
FM freq. (MHz) = reported freq. (MHz)
FM freq. (kHz) = reported freq. (kHz)
For these reasons, this command may return values that cannot be translated
into ASCII characters.
If the tuner is not selected on the given zone an error 0x85 is returned.
Example
Command/response sequence to increment the FM tuning from 85.0MHz to
85.05MHz in zone 1:
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x16
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x02 (Data length)
Data1
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x18 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x18 0x00 0x10 0x44 0x41 0x42 0x20 0x53 0x54 0x41 0x54 0x49 0x4F 0x4E 0x20 0x32 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x0D
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Request information on the current station programme type from DAB source
in a given zone. If DAB is not selected on the given zone an error 0x85 is
returned.
Cc
0x19
Dl
0x01
Data1
Request information source:
0xF0 – DAB program type
Example
Command/response sequence to request the programme type on zone 1 where
the programme type is “POP MUSIC”:
Command:
0x21 0x01 0x19 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response:
0x21 0x01 0x19 0x00 0x10 0x50 0x4F 0x50 0x20 0x4D 0x55 0x53 0x49 0x43 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x0D
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x19
Ac
Answer code
FM: New frequency (MHz)
Dl
Data length, fixed to 16 bytes (ASCII characters)
Data2
FM: New frequency (10’s kHz)
Et
0x0D
Data1 –
Data128
The radio programme type in ASCII characters.
The data is padded to 16 bytes with the space character (0x20)
Et
0x0D
DLS/PDT info. (0x1A)
Request DLS/PDT information (digital radio text) from the current radio
station in a given zone. If DAB is not selected on the given zone an error 0x85
is returned.
Example
Command/response sequence to request the DLS information on DAB in zone
1, where the response is “Playing your favourite music”.
Command:
0x21 0x01 0x1A 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x1A 0x00 0x80 0x00 0x50 0x6C 0x61 0x79 0x69 0x6E 0x67 0x20 0x79 0x6F 0x75 0x72 0x20 0x66 0x61 0x76 0x6F 0x75 0x72 0x69 0x74 0x65 0x20 0x6D 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x0D
10
COMMAND:
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x1A
Dl
0x01
Data1
Request information source:
0xF0 – DAB
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x1A
Ac
Answer code
Dl
Data length, fixed to 128 bytes (ASCII characters)
Data1 –
Data<n>
The radio programme type in ASCII characters.
The data is padded to 128 bytes with the space character (0x20)
Et
0x0D
11
Request preset details (0x1B)
Request details of tuner presets.
Example
Command/response sequence to request preset 1 where the response is a preset
on DAB called “DAB STATION 2”:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x1B 0x01 0x01 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x1B 0x00 0x0F 0x01 0x02 0x44 0x41 0x42 0x20 0x53 0x54 0x41 0x54 0x49 0x4F 0x4E 0x20 0x32 0x0D
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x1B
Dl
0x01
Data
0x01- 0x32: (1-50) The number of the required preset
Et
0x0D
Network playback status (0x1C)
Network message format.
If the network is not selected on the given zone an error 0x85 is returned.
Example
Command/response sequence where the network module is playing a file “File.
mp3” on zone 1:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x1C 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x1C 0x00 0x09 0x01 0x46 0x69 0x6C 0x65 0x2e 0x6d 0x70 0x33 0x0D
Subwoofer Trim (0x3F)
Adjust the value of subwoofer trim.
Example
Command/response sequence to set the subwoofer trim to -2.5dB:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x3F 0x01 0x85 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x3F 0x00 0x01 0x85 0x0D
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x1B
Ac
Answer code
Example
Command/response sequence to set the lipsync delay to 50ms:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x40 0x01 0x0A 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x40 0x00 0x01 0x0A 0x0D
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x40
Dl
0x01
Data
0x00 — 0x32 – set the lipsync delay in 5ms steps (e.g. 0x08 = 40ms)
0xF0 – Request current lipsync delay value
0xF1 – Increment the lipsync delay by 5ms
0xF2 – Decrement the lipsync delay by 5ms
Et
0x0D
Dl
Data length <n>
Data1
Data2
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
0x01- 0x32: (1-50) The number of the requested preset
Cc
0x40
0x01 : FM frequency
0x02 : FM RDS name
0x03 : DAB
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x01
Data1
0x00 — 0x32 – the lipsync delay in 5ms steps (e.g. 0x10 = 80ms)
Data3
FM: New frequency (MHz)
Et
0x0D
Data4
FM: New frequency (10’skHz)
Data<n>
The name (DAB, FM if RDS)
in ASCII characters
0x0D
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x1C
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 – Request Network playback status
Et
0x0D
Compression (0x41)
Adjust the dynamic range compression setting.
Example
Command/response sequence to set compression to on:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x41 0x01 0x01 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x41 0x00 0x01 0x01 0x0D
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x41
Dl
0x01
Data
0x00 – Compression off
0x01 – Set compression to on
0x02 – Set compression to auto
0xF0 – Request current compression setting
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x41
Byte:
Description:
Ac
Answer code
St
0x21
Dl
0x01
Zn
Zone number
Data1
Cc
0x1C
Ac
Answer code
0x00 – Compression off
0x01 – Compression on
0x02 – Compression auto
Dl
Data length <n>
Et
0x0D
Data1
0x00 – Navigating
0x01 – Playing
0x02 – Paused
0xFF - Busy/Not Playing
Data2 –
Data<n>
name of folder in ASCII if navigating
name of file in ASCII if playing or paused
Et
0x0D
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x3F
Dl
0x01
Data
0x00 — 0x14 – Set positive subwoofer trim in 0.5dB steps (e.g. 0x02 = +1.0dB)
0x81 — 0x94 – Set negative sub. trim in 0.5dB steps (e.g. 0x82 = -1.0dB)
0xF0 – Request current subwoofer trim value
0xF1 – Increment the subwoofer trim by 1dB
0xF2 – Decrement the subwoofer trim by 1dB
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
12
Adjust the lipsync delay value.
RESPONSE:
Et
Network Command Specifications
Lipsync Delay (0x40)
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x3F
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x01
Data1
0x00 — 0x14 – Positive subwoofer trim in 0.5dB steps (e.g. 0x02 = +1.0dB)
0x81 — 0x94 – Negative subwoofer trim in 0.5dB steps (e.g. 0x82 = -1.0dB)
Et
0x0D
Request incoming video parameters (0x42)
Request the incoming video resolution, refresh rate and aspect ratio.
Example
Command/response sequence to request video parameters, where the video is
1280x720 (720p) 50Hz 16:9:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x42 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x42 0x00 0x07 0x05 0x00 0x02 0xD0 0x32 0x00 0x02 0x0D
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x42
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 – Request incoming video parameters
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x42
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x07
Data1
Horizontal resolution MSB (e.g. for 720p: 0x05 since 1280 = 0x0500)
Data2
Horizontal resolution LSB (e.g. for 720p: 0x00 since 1280 = 0x0500)
Data3
Vertical resolution MSB (e.g. for 720p: 0x02 since 720 = 0x02D0)
Data4
Vertical resolution LSB (e.g. for 720p: 0xD0 since 720 = 0x02D0)
Data5
Refresh rate for full image update (half the field rate for interlaced signals)
(e.g. for 50Hz progressive: 0x32)
Data6
Interlaced flag:
0x00 – Progressive
0x01 – Interlaced
Data7
Aspect ratio:
0x00 – Undefined
0x01 – 4:3
0x02 – 16:9
Et
0x0D
13
Request incoming audio format (0x43)
Request the incoming audio format.
Example
Command/response sequence to request the incoming audio format, where the
format is Dolby Digital 5.1:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x43 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x43 0x00 0x02 0x02 0x1A 0xD0
Request incoming audio sample rate (0x44)
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x43
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 – Request incoming audio format
Et
0x0D
Request the incoming audio sample rate.
Example
Command/response sequence to request the incoming audio sample rate,
where the rate is 48kHz:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x44 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response:
0x21 0x01 0x44 0x00 0x01 0x02 0x0D
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x44
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 – Request incoming audio sample rate
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
St
0x21
Zn
Zone number
Zn
Zone number
Cc
0x43
Cc
0x44
Ac
Answer code
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x02
Dl
0x01
Data1
Audio stream format:
0x00 – PCM
0x01 – Analogue Direct
0x02 – Dolby Digital
0x03 – Dolby Digital EX
0x04 – Dolby Digital Surround
0x05 – Dolby Digital Plus
0x06 – Dolby Digital True HD
0x07 – DTS
0x08 – DTS 96/24
0x09 – DTS ES Matrix
0x0A – DTS ES Discrete
0x0B – DTS ES Matrix 96/24
0x0C – DTS ES Discrete 96/24
0x0D – DTS HD Master Audio
0x0E – DTS HD High Res Audio
0x0F – DTS Low Bit Rate
0x10 – DTS Core
0x13 – PCM Zero
0x14 – Unsupported
0x15 – Undetected
Data1
Incoming audio sample rate:
0x00 – 32 KHz
0x01 – 44.1 KHz
0x02 – 48 KHz
0x03 – 88.2 KHz
0x04 – 96 KHz
0x05 – 176.4 KHz
0x06 – 192 KHz
0x07 – Unknown
0x08 – Undetected
Et
0x0D
Data2
Et
14
COMMAND:
Audio channel configuration:
0x00 – Dual Mono
0x01 – Centre only
0x02 – Stereo only
0x03 – Stereo + mono surround
0x04 – Stereo + Surround L & R
0x05 – Stereo + Surround L & R + mono Surround Back
0x06 – Stereo + Surround L & R + Surround Back L & R
0x07 – Stereo + Surround L & R containing matrix information for surround back L&R
0x08 – Stereo + Centre
0x09 – Stereo + Centre + mono surround
0x0A – Stereo + Centre + Surround L & R
0x0B – Stereo + Centre + Surround L & R + mono Surround Back
0x0C – Stereo + Centre + Surround L & R + Surround Back L & R
0x0D – Stereo + Centre + Surround L & R containing matrix information for surround back L&R
0x0E – Stereo Downmix Lt Rt
0x0F – Stereo Only (Lo Ro)
0x10 – Dual Mono + LFE
0x11 – Centre + LFE
0x12 – Stereo + LFE
0x13 – Stereo + single surround + LFE
0x14 – Stereo + Surround L & R + LFE
0x15 – Stereo + Surround L & R + mono Surround Back + LFE
0x16 – Stereo + Surround L & R + Surround Back L & R + LFE
0x17 – Stereo + Surround L & R + LFE
0x18 – Stereo + Centre + LFE containing matrix information for surround back L&R
0x19 – Stereo + Centre + single surround + LFE
0x1A – Stereo + Surround L & R + LFE (Standard 5.1)
0x1B – Stereo + Centre + Surround L & R + mono Surround Back + LFE
(6.1, e.g. DTS ES Discrete)
0x1C – Stereo + Centre + Surround L & R + Surround Back L & R + LFE (7.1)
0x1D – Stereo + Centre + Surround L & R + LFE, containing matrix information for surround back L&R (6.1 e.g. Dolby Digital EX)
0x1E – Stereo Downmix (Lt Rt) + LFE
0x1F – Stereo Only (Lo Ro) + LFE
0x20 – Unknown
0x21 – Undetected
Set/Request Output Frame Rate (0x50)
Set/Request the video output frame rate.
Example
Command/response sequence to set the frame rate to Auto:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x50 0x01 0x00 0x0D
Response:
0x21 0x01 0x50 0x00 0x01 0x00 0x0D
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x50
Dl
0x01
Data
0x00 – Set the frame rate to Auto.
0x02 – Set the frame rate to 50Hz.
0x03 – Set the frame rate to 60Hz.
0xF0 – Request the current frame rate.
0xF1 – Increment setting.
0xF2 – Decrement setting.
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
Zone Number
Cc
0x50
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x01
Data1
0x00 – Auto.
0x02 – 50Hz.
0x03 – 60Hz.
Et
0x0D
0x0D
15
FM Scan up/down (0x23)
Initiates a FM scan up or down. Note: only valid if on FM input
Example
Command/response to starting a FM scan up:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x23 0x01 0x01 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x23 0x00 0x01 0xFF 0x0D
Heartbeat (0x25)
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x23
Dl
0x01
Data
0x01 - Scan up
0x02 - Scan down
Et
Heartbeat command to check unit is still connected and communication - also
resets the EuP standby timer.
Example
Command/response to sending a heartbeat command:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x25 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x25 0x00 0x01 0x00 0x0D
0x0D
Initiates a DAB scan. Note: only valid if on DAB input
Example
Command/response to starting a DAB scan:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x24 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x24 0x00 0x01 0xFF 0x0D
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x25
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 - Heartbeat
Et
0x0D
Byte:
Description:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
St
0x21
Zn
Zone Number
Zn
Zone Number
Cc
0x25
Cc
0x23
Ac
Answer code
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x01
Dl
0x01
Data1
0x00 - response
Data1
0xFF - scanning
Et
0x0D
Et
0x0D
Reboot (0x26)
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x24
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 - Start DAB scan
Et
0x0D
Forces a reboot of the unit.
Example
Command/response to sending a reboot command:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x26 0x06 0x52 0x45 0x42 0x4F 0x4F 0x54 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x26 0x01 0x00 0x0D
RESPONSE:
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x26
Dl
0x06
Data1
0x52
Data2
0x45
Data3
0x42
Byte:
Description:
Data4
0x4F
St
0x21
Data5
0x4F
Zn
Zone Number
Data6
0x54
Cc
0x24
Et
0x0D
Ac
Answer code
RESPONSE:
Dl
0x01
Byte:
Description:
Data1
0xFF - scanning
St
0x21
Et
0x0D
Zn
Zone Number
Cc
0x26
Ac
Answer code
Dl
0x01
Data1
0x00 - response
Et
0x0D
Playback elapsed time (command code 0x28)
Requests the current playback time, track time (CD, MP3, etc) or title time
(DVD, BD)
Example
Command/response sequence to request the current playback time where the
playback time is 0h03m24s:
Command: Response: 16
Byte:
RESPONSE:
RESPONSE:
DAB Scan (0x24)
COMMAND:
0x21 0x01 0x28 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
0x21 0x01 0x28 0x00 0x03 0x00 0x03 0x18 0x0D
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x28
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 – Request elapsed time
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x28
Ac
Answer Code
Dl
0x03
Data1
Hours
Data2
Minutes
Data3
Seconds
Et
0x0D
17
Title/Chapter information (command code 0x2D)
Playback state/mode (command code 0x29)
COMMAND:
Request unit playback state and mode
Byte:
Description
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x29
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 – Request playback state
Et
0x0D
Example
Command/response sequence to request the playback state, where the
playback state is tray closed, playing in repeat all random mode:
Command:
0x21 0x01 0x29 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x29 0x00 0x04 0x01 0x01 0x00 0x21 0x0D
RESPONSE:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x29
Ac
Answer Code
Dl
0x04
Data1
Tray Status:
0x00 – Tray open
0x01 – Tray closed
Data2
Source Type (command code 0x2C)
Request the current source type
Example
Command/response sequence to request the source type where the source is a
Blu-ray Disc:
Command:
0x21 0x01 0x2C 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x2C 0x00 0x01 0x00 0x0D
Playback state:
0x00 – Stopped
0x01 – Playing
0x02 – Paused
0x03 – Resume-stop
0x04 – Scanning
0x0A – other state
Data3
Scanning/Slow play direction:
0x81 – Back
0x01 – Forward
Data4
Playback mode:
0x1x – Repeat one
0x2x – Repeat all
0xx1 – Random
Note it is possible for random and repeat modes to be on together, hence the
use of upper and lower nibbles to be used for the status of each.
Et
0x0D
Request the current title/track/chapter information.
Example
Command/response sequence for requesting current title/track/chapter
information where the title is 3 and the chapter is 14:
Command: 0x21 0x01 0x2D 0x01 0xF0 0x0D
Response: 0x21 0x01 0x2D 0x00 0x03 0x03 0x0E 0x00 0x0D
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x2D
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 – Request current title/track/chapter
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
Byte:
Description:
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x2D
Ac
Answer Code
Dl
0x03
Data1
DVD-Video : Current Title Number
Blu-ray: Current Title Number
Else: 0x00
Data2
MSB:
DVD-Video : Current Chapter
Blu-ray: Current Chapter
Else: Current Track
Data3
LSB:
DVD-Video : Current Chapter
Blu-ray: Current Chapter
Else: Current Track
Et
0x0D
COMMAND:
Byte:
Description
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x2C
Dl
0x01
Data
0xF0 – Request source type
Et
0x0D
RESPONSE:
18
St
0x21
Zn
0x01
Cc
0x2C
Ac
Answer Code
Dl
0x01
Data
0x00 – Blu-ray
0x01 – DVD-video
0x02 – CD
0x03 – Data disc
0x04 – USB media
0x05 - Network media
0x20 – No Media
Et
0x0D
19
Solo Music/Movie RC5 command codes
These codes are recognised as infra-red signals received by the front panel,
RC5 electrical signals received by the remote in jacks and as control data using
the ‘Simulate RC5 IR Command’ (0x 08).
Function
RC5 code
[systemcommand]
RC5 code
(Data1 - Data2)
Decimal
Hexadecimal
Standby (toggle)
16-12
0x10 - 0x0C
Eject
16-45
0x10 - 2D
1
16-1
0x10 - 0x01
2
16-2
0x10 - 0x02
3
16-3
0x10 - 0x03
4
16-4
0x10 - 0x04
5
16-5
0x10 - 0x05
6
16-6
0x10 - 0x06
7
16-7
0x10 - 0x07
Advanced Functions
8
16-8
0x10 - 0x08
9
16-9
0x10 - 0x09
Access Lipsync Delay control
16-50
0x10 - 0x32
0
16-0
0x10 - 0x00
These RC5 codes are not present on the supplied remote control but have been
created for custom install use. In order for the Solo Movie/Music to respond to
these codes they must be transmitted from a programmable IR remote control
or over the control link using the ‘Simulate RC5 IR Command’ (0x08).
Info
16-55
0x10 - 0x37
RW
16-121
0x10 - 0x79
FF
16-52
0x10 - 0x34
Skip Back
16-33
0x10 - 0x21
Skip Fwd
Stop
16-54
RC5 Code
[system-command]
RC5 Code
(Data1 - Data2)
Decimal
Hexadecimal
TV
16-101
0x10 - 0x65
ARC
16-102
0x10 - 0x66
Cycle between output resolutons
16-47
0x10 - 0x2F
Power On
16-123
0x10 - 0x7B
Power Off
16-124
0x10 - 0x7C
Function
RC5 Code
[system-command]
RC5 Code
(Data1 - Data2)
Decimal
Hexadecimal
0x10 - 0x0A
Random
16 - 56
0x10 - 0x38
0x10 - 0x36
Repeat
16 - 49
0x10 - 0x31
16-103
0x10 - 0x67
Play
16-53
0x10 - 0x35
Dolby PL II Movie
Pause
16-48
0x10 - 0x30
Dolby PL II Music
16-104
0x10 - 0x68
0x10 - 0x5A
Stereo
16-107
0x10 - 0x6B
0x10 - 0x42
Mute On
16-119
0x10 - 0x77
0x10 - 0x56
Mute Off
16-120
0x10 - 0x78
16-18
0x10 - 0x12
Disc (not used)
Menu
Navigate Up
16-90
16-66
16-86
Pop Up
16-67
0x10 - 0x43
FM
Navigate Left
16-81
0x10 - 0x51
DAB
16-19
0x10 - 0x13
OK
16-87
0x10 - 0x57
Lip Sync +5ms
16-20
0x10 - 0x14
0x10 - 0x50
Lip sync -5ms
16-21
0x10 - 0x15
0x10 - 0x45
Sub trim +0.5dB
16-105
0x10 - 0x69
16-108
0x10 - 0x6C
Navigate Right
Audio
16-80
16-69
Navigate Down
16-85
0x10 - 0x55
Sub trim -0.5dB
RTN
16-72
0x10 - 0x48
Video out Preferred/Best
16-125
0x10 - 0x7D
HOME
16-74
0x10 - 0x4A
Video out SD Prog
16-73
0x10 - 0x49
0x10 - 0x0D
Video out 720p
16-23
0x10 - 0x17
0x10 - 0x10
Video out 1080i
16-26
0x10 - 0x1A
0x10 - 0x20
Video out 1080p
16-27
0x10 - 0x1B
16-76
0x10 - 0x4C
Mute
Increase volume (+)
Mode
16-13
16-16
16-32
Disp
16-59
0x10 - 0x3B
Video out 4k
Subt
16-65
0x10 - 0x41
Frame Rate Auto
16-63
0x10 - 0x3F
Decrease volume (-)
16-17
0x10 - 0x11
Frame Rate 50
16-64
0x10 - 0x40
Red
16-41
0x10 - 0x29
Frame Rate 60
16-57
0x10 - 0x39
0x10 - 0x2A
Display Off
16-31
0x10 - 0x1F
16-62
0x10 - 0x3E
16-35
0x10 - 0x23
Green
20
16-10
Function
16-42
Yellow
16-43
0x10 - 0x2B
Display L1
Blue
16-15
0x10 - 0x0F
Display L2
RADIO
16-91
0x10 - 0x5B
BT
16-11
0x10 - 0x0B
MEDIA
16-92
0x10 - 0x5C
DISC
16-93
0x10 - 0x5D
AV
16-94
0x10 - 0x5E
SAT
16-95
0x10 - 0x5F
PVR
16-96
0x10 - 0x60
GAME
16-97
0x10 - 0x61
LINE
16-98
0x10 - 0x62
AUX
16-99
0x10 - 0x63
STB
16-100
0x10 - 0x64
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