Contec RT-U49E Universal Remote User Manual

CheckMate™ IV
Model RT-U49E
Universal Remote
Control
Rev. 02/2001. © 2001, CONTEC CORPORATION
1. Introduction
Your Checkmate IV, Model RT-U49E, universal remote control
is simple to program, easy to use, and can operate up to four
(4) electronic devices, which include:
CABLE
TV
VIDEO
AUDIO
Cable television converters
Televisions
VCR, DVD players
Audio-video (A/V) receivers
Laser Disk (LD) players
DMX & DCR Digital Music Converters
Your remote control is pre-programmed to operate the
Scientific-Atlantra Explorer® and Pioneer Voyager® digital
converters.
However, it must be programmed (set-up) to
operate your TV, VCR and AUDIO devices.
Eliminates reprogramming after battery changes provided
new batteries are installed within 4 hours of removal of old
batteries.
3. Installing / Replacing Batteries
Install two (2) “AAA” batteries as indicated by the diagram in
the battery compartment.
When the batteries become too weak to operate the remote
control properly, the mode keys will become dim or not
illuminate at all during use. When this happens, install 2 new
“AAA’” size batteries.
Your remote control has Memory Guard, which eliminates
reprogramming after battery changes provided new batteries
are installed within 4 hours of removal of old batteries.
2. Before Getting Started
4. Programming Your Cable Converter
Some of the special features on your remote control are:
Your remote control is pre-programmed to operate the
Scientific-Atlantra Explorer® and Pioneer Voyager® digital
converters.
If you are operating either of these
converters, no cable programming is necessary - proceed
to section 5.
Your remote control is pre-programmed to operate the
Scientific-Atlantra Explorer® and Pioneer Voyager® digital
converters. If you are operating either of these converters,
no cable programming is necessary.
Point and Press™ Programming
Lets you program your TV, VCR and Audio devices
without using codes. For more information, see sections
5, 6 and 7.
To have a clearer idea of the features and
capabilities of your remote control, take a moment
to carefully read these instructions
Save for future reference.
Memory Guard™
Programming your remote is a simple procedure using Point
and Press™ Programming, an automatic method whereby the
remote self-programs to each of your devices, eliminating the
need to use codes. Programming your remote can also be
done by entering code numbers.
Cable Pre-Programmed
Programming & Operating
Instructions
illuminate. While the current mode button is illuminated,
press one of the other non-illuminated mode buttons to
operate a different device.
SmartKeys™
Program multiple button presses on the [CABLE], [TV],
and [BYPASS] buttons. For more information, see section
13.
[DEVICE]
This button lets you select the operating mode of the
remote control.
Press [DEVICE] and the current mode button will
If you need to operate another converter, look up the brand
and model number in the Cable Setup Code list. If you are not
sure of your brand and model, contact your cable company.
To program (setup) your cable converter...
1. Turn on your cable converter.
2. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] together - hold both buttons
down until the lighted mode buttons start blinking in
sequence.
3. Press [CABLE]. The [CABLE] button will illuminate.
4. From the Cable Setup Code list, locate and enter the 3digit code for your brand and model.
5. Press [CABLE] to lock in the code. The [CABLE] button
will blink 2 times and go out.
Cable brand & setup code ___________________________
5. Programming Your TV
If you have a TV that’s operated by remote control, it’s
recommended that you plug it directly into a wall outlet instead
of the cable converter.
To program (setup) your TV...
1. Turn on your TV.
2. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] together - hold both buttons
down until the lighted mode buttons start blinking in
sequence.
3. Press [TV]. The [TV] button will illuminate.
4
a. Press and hold [CH π] until your TV turns off. As
soon as your TV turns off, release [CH π]!.
OR
b. From the TV Setup Code list, locate and enter the 3digit codes until your TV turns off.
5. Press [MUTE]. If your TV turns back on, press [TV] to
lock in the code. The [TV] button will blink 2 times and go
out.
If your TV doesn’t turn back on, repeat steps 4 and 5
above until you can turn your TV off and on.
4. a. Press and hold [CH π] until your VCR or DVD turns
off. As soon as your VCR or DVD turns off, release
[CH π]!.
OR
b. From the VCR or DVD Setup Code list, locate and
enter the 3-digit codes until your VCR or DVD player
turns off.
5. Press [MUTE]. If your VCR or DVD player turns back on,
press [VIDEO] to lock in the code. The [VIDEO] button
will blink 2 times and go out.
If your VCR or DVD doesn’t turn back on, repeat steps 4
and 5 above until you can turn your VCR or DVD off and
on.
VCR / DVD brand & setup code ______________________
! NOTE when using the Point and Press™ Programming
method (step 4a.). If you find a code that turns your VCR or
DVD off but not back on, you may have gone past the correct
matching code. Try pressing [CH θ] one step at a time until
find a code that turns your VCR or DVD back on.
7. Programming Your Audio Device
To program (setup) your audio-video receiver, laser-disk
player, or digital music converter....
1. Turn on your audio-video receiver, laser-disk player, or
digital music converter.
TV brand & setup code _____________________________
! NOTE when using the Point and Press™ Programming
method (step 4a.). If you find a code that turns your TV off but
not back on, you may have gone past the correct matching
code. Try pressing [CH θ] one step at a time until you find a
code that turns your TV back on.
6. Programming Your VCR or DVD Player
To program (setup) your VCR or DVD player...
1. Turn on your VCR or DVD player.
2. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] together - hold both buttons
down until the lighted mode buttons start blinking in
sequence.
3. Press [VIDEO]. The [VIDEO] button will illuminate.
2. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] together - hold both buttons
down until the lighted mode buttons start blinking in
sequence.
off and on.
Audio brand & setup code ___________________
! NOTE when using the Point and Press™ Programming
method (step 4a.). If you find a code that turns your audio
device off but not back on, you may have gone past the
correct matching code. Try pressing [CH θ] one-step at a time
until find a code that turns your device back on.
8. Operating Your Converter
Your remote control is designed to operate all the features
and functions of your advanced cable converter.
To select your remote’s CABLE mode and operate your
converter, press [DEVICE] then [CABLE]. The [CABLE]
button will blink 3 times. Then press...
[CABLE]
[TV]
[VIDEO]
[AUDIO]
[CH π] / [CH θ]
[VOLπ] / [VOL θ]
volume.
[MUTE]
[EXIT]
[SETTINGS]
[GUIDE]
[INFO]
[FAV]
[PG π] / [PGθ]
[VOD τ] / [VOD υ]
3. Press [AUDIO]. The [AUDIO] button will illuminate.
[3
3], [6
6], [4
4], [5
5]
4. a. Press and hold [CH π] until your audio device turns
off. As soon as your audio device turns off, release
[CHπ]!.
[SEL]
OR
b. From the Audio Setup Code list below, locate and
enter the 3-digit codes until your device turns off.
5. Press [MUTE]. If your audio device turns back on, press
[AUDIO] to lock in the code. The [AUDIO] button will blink
2 times and go out.
If your audio device doesn’t turn back on, repeat steps 4
and 5 above until you can turn your audio / auxiliary device
[II]
[!
!]
["
"]
[>]
[A], [B], [C]
[0] - [9]
[BYPASS]
[Last]
CABLE on / off.
TV on / off.
VCR/ DVD on / off.
AUDIO on / off.
Increases / decreases CABLE channel.
Increases / decreases CABLE
Mutes CABLE volume.
Exits on-screen menus, view guide,
interactive guides
Displays programs settings.
Displays interactive program guide.
Displays channel, time information.
View favorite channels.
Page up / down through menus, view
guide.
Rewind (ττ) or fast-forward (υ
υ) through
a Video-on-Demand event.
Navigate on-screen menus, program
guide, PPV events and interactive
services.
Chose menu options, interactive
screen items.
Pause a Video-on-Demand event.
Stop a Video-on-Demand event.
Record a Video-on-Demand event
Play a Video-on-Demand event.
On screen decision buttons.
Numeric entry buttons.
Switch between cable converter and
TV.
Last channel viewed.
In your remote’s cable mode, you can also press the blue
buttons at the bottom to operate your VCR’s basic
functions…
10. Operating Your VCR or DVD Player
[<<]
[>]
[>>]
[II]
[!
!]
["
"]
VCR / DVD rewind.
VCR / DVD play.
VCR / DVD fast-forward.
VCR / DVD pause.
VCR / DVD stop.
VCR record.
9. Operating Your TV
Your remote control can operate many functions of your TV,
including setup and picture-in-picture functions on most
leading brands. These include RCA, ProScan, GE, Hitachi,
Toshiba, JVC, Sharp, Panasonic, Zenith, SONY, Mitsubishi,
Phillips, and Magnavox.
To select your remote’s TV mode and operate your TV,
press [DEVICE] then [TV]. The [TV] button will blink 2
times. Then press...
[TV]
TV on / off.
[CABLE]
CABLE on / off.
[VIDEO]
VCR / DVD on / off.
[AUDIO]
AUDIO on / off.
[CH π] / [CH θ]
Increases / decreases TV channels.
[VOL π] / [VOL θ] Increases / decreases TV volume.
[MUTE]
Mutes TV volume.
[0] – [9]
Numeric entry buttons.
[SETTINGS] or [SEL] Accesses TV’s on-screen menus.
[BYPASS] / [TV/VCR] Change TV’s video inputs.
[>]
View last TV channel
[INFO]
Displays TV channels and time.
[PIP]
Picture-in-picture on / off.
[POS]
Picture-in-picture position.
[SWAP]
Picture-in-picture swap.
[FRZ]
Picture-in-picture freeze.
[3
3], [6
6], [4
4], [5
5]
Navigates TV’s menu.
[II]
Press after 0-9 to change channels on
some TV’s
[C]
Sleep / timer functions.
In your remote’s TV mode, you can also press the blue
buttons at the bottom to operate your VCR’s basic
functions…
[<<]
[>]
[>>]
[II]
[!
!]
["
"]
VCR / DVD rewind.
VCR / DVD play.
VCR / DVD fast-forward.
VCR / DVD pause.
VCR / DVD stop.
VCR record.
Your remote control can operate many functions of your VCR
or DVD player.
To select your remote’s VIDEO mode and operate your
VCR or DVD, press [DEVICE] then [VIDEO]. The [VIDEO]
button will blink 3 times. Then press...
[VIDEO]
[CABLE]
[TV]
[AUDIO]
[CH π] / [CH θ]
VCR / DVD power on / off.
CABLE on / off.
TV on / off.
Audio on / off.
Increases / decreases VCR channels,
or DVD skip “+ / -”.
[0] – [9]
Enter VCR channels.
[BYPASS] / [TV/VCR] Change VCR’s video inputs.
[EXIT]
DVD clear functions.
[SETTINGS]
DVD menu functions.
[GUIDE]
DVD guide functions.
[INFO]
DVD program information.
[3
3], [6
6], [4
4], [5
5]
Navigate DVD menu.
[II]
DVD enter functions.
[A]
DVD subtitle on / off.
[>]
DVD return function.
[MUTE]
Mutes volume.
[CH π] / [CH θ]
Next / last preset tuner channel.
[1]
Select “Tuner” input.
[2]
Select “CD” input.
[3]
Select “Tape # 1” input.
[4]
Select “Tape # 2” input.
[5]
Select “Phone” input.
[6]
Select “VCR # 1” input.
[7]
Select “VCR #2” input.
[8]
Select “LD” input.
[9]
Select “AUX” input.
[0]
Select “TV” input.
[BYPASS] / [TV/VCR] AM / FM on tuner.
For Laser Disk players, press…
[AUDIO]
[CH π] / [CH θ]
[<<]
[>]
[>>]
[II]
[!
!]
["
"]
LD player on / off.
LD >>| or |<<
LD rewind.
LD play.
LD fast-forward.
LD pause.
LD stop.
LD open / close.
For DCR and DMX Digital Music Converters, press...
In your remote’s VIDEO mode, you can also press the blue
buttons at the bottom to operate your VCR’s basic
functions…
[<<]
[>]
[>>]
[II]
[!
!]
["
"]
VCR / DVD rewind.
VCR / DVD play.
VCR / DVD fast-forward.
VCR / DVD pause.
VCR / DVD stop.
VCR record.
[AUDIO]
[VOL π] / [VOL θ]
[MUTE]
[CH π] / [CH θ]
[0] - [9]
DCR / DMX on / off.
Increases / decreases volume.
Mutes volume.
Change music selections.
Enter selections directly.
12. Programming Volume Control
When you first program your remote, each device controls its
own volume / mute.
11. Operating Your Audio Device
Your remote control can also operate many functions of your
audio-video receiver, laser disk player, or DMX / DCR digital
music converter.
To select your remote’s AUDIO mode and operate your
video devices, press [DEVICE] then [AUDIO]. The [AUDIO]
button will blink 2 times. Then press...
For Audio / Video (A / V) Receivers, press...
[AUDIO]
[VOL π] / [VOL θ]
A/V receiver on / off.
Increases / decreases volume.
To control volume / mute through your TV or Audio device
in the remote’s cable mode…
1. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] together - hold both down
until the lighted mode buttons start blinking in sequence.
2. Press [CABLE] to select the cable mode. The [CABLE]
button will illuminate.
3. Press [VOL π], then [TV] for TV volume. Or [VOL π] then
[AUDIO] for audio volume. The [CABLE] button will blink
2 times and go out.
To return volume control back to your converter, repeat steps
1. and 2. above, then press [VOL π], then [CABLE] in step 3.
output channel (typically 3) with one button press.
your remote’s [AUDIO] button…
To control volume / mute through your TV or Audio device
in the remote’s video mode…
1. Press [DEVICE], then [CABLE] to select the CABLE mode
of your remote.
1. Turn on your 2nd TV.
1. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] together - hold both down
until the lighted mode buttons start blinking in sequence.
2. Press [VIDEO] to select the video mode. The VIDEO
button will illuminate.
2. Press [TV], then [SEL] together – hold both down together
until the [TV] button illuminates.
3. In this order, press [0], [3]. The [TV] button will blink and
remain illuminated.
3. Press [VOL π], then [TV] for TV volume. Or [VOL π] then
[AUDIO] for audio volume. The [VIDEO] button will blink 2
times and go out.
4. Press [CH π] to lock in this setting. The [TV] button will
blink 2 times and go out.
2. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] together - hold both buttons
down until the lighted mode buttons start blinking in
sequence.
3. Press [AUDIO], then [TV]. The [AUDIO] and [TV] buttons
will start blinking.
4
To return the [TV] button to its normal default setting, repeat
steps 1 and 2 above, then press [CH θ].
13. Your Remote’s SmartKeys™
Your remote is equipped with three (3) SmartKeys™ ([CBL],
[TV], [BYPASS]) that operate in its cable mode.
Programming and using the [CABLE] SmartKey™
The [CABLE] button normally turns on / off your cable
converter.
You can program the [BYPASS] SmartKey™ to automatically
tune your TV to its correct output channel.
You can program the [CABLE] SmartKey™ to turn on your
converter, TV, VIDEO and AUDIO devices with one button
press.
1. Press [DEVICE], then [CABLE] to select the Cable mode
of your remote.
Each SmartKey™ can be programmed so whenever it’s
pressed, it can transmit up to 8 individual button presses in
sequence.
1. Press [DEVICE], then [CABLE] to select the Cable mode
of your remote.
2. Press [CABLE], then [SEL] together – hold both down
together until the [CABLE] button illuminates.
3. In this order, press [TV], [VIDEO], [AUDIO]. The
[CABLE]
button will blink and remain illuminated.
4. Press [CH π] to lock in this setting. The [CABLE] button
will blink 2 times and go out.
To return the [CABLE] button to its normal default setting,
repeat steps 1 and 2 above, then press [CH θ].
OR
b. From the TV Setup Code list, locate and enter the 3digit codes until your 2nd TV turns off.
Programming and using the [BYPASS] SmartKey™
The [BYPASS] button (CABLE mode) normally puts your
converter in a BYPASS mode. While the converter is in its
BYPASS mode, you can record one program on your VCR
while watching a different program through your TV. When
exiting your converter’s BYPASS mode, your TV must be retuned to its correct output channel (typically 3) for proper cable
reception.
a. Press and hold [CH π] until your 2nd TV turns off. As
soon as your 2nd TV turns off, release [CH π]!.
5. Press [MUTE]. If your 2nd TV turns back on, press
[AUDIO] to lock in the code. The [AUDIO] button will blink
2 times and go out.
If your 2nd TV doesn’t turn back on, repeat steps 4 and 5
above until you can turn your 2nd TV off and on.
! NOTE when using the Point and Press™ Programming
method (step 4a.). If you find a code that turns your 2nd TV off
but not back on, you may have gone past the correct matching
code. Try pressing [CH θ] one step at a time until find a code
that turns your 2nd TV back on.
2. Press [BYPASS], then [SEL] together – hold both down
together until the [CABLE] button illuminates.
If you want to program a 2nd VCR or DVD player in the above
example, you would press [AUDIO], then [VIDEO] in step 3.,
then steps 4. and 5. referring to the Video Setup Code list.
3. In this order, press [DEVICE], [TV], [0], [3]. The [CABLE]
button will blink and remain illuminated.
15.
4. Press [CH π] to store the setting. The [CABLE] button will
blink 2 times and go out.
To identify a 3-digit device code stored under the Point and
Press™ method, follow these steps:
To return the BYPASS SmartKey™ to its normal default
setting, repeat steps 1 and 2 above, then press [CH θ].
1. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] - hold both down until the
illuminated mode buttons start blinking in sequence.
Remember: When using any SmartKey™ to transmit a series
of functions, be sure to keep your remote aimed at the devices
to ensure all functions are received in their entirety.
2. Press [CABLE] to identify your cable converter code. Or
[TV], [VIDEO], [AUDIO] to identify these codes. The
selected mode button will be illuminated.
Programming a 2nd TV, VCR, DVD
Programming and using the [TV] SmartKey™
14.
The [TV] button normally turns on / off your TV.
Instead of programming an audio device, you can program
your remote to operate a 2nd TV, 2nd VCR, or 2nd DVD player.
You can program the [TV] SmartKey™ so whenever it is
pressed, it will turn on your TV, then tune your TV to its correct
Here’s an example of how you would program a second TV to
Code Number Readback
3. Press [INFO]. The illuminated button “blink back” the
code numbers, with a 1 second interval between each digit
of the code.
Example: For code “035”, the remote will blink 10 times, then
3 times, then 5 times.
CITIZEN
16.
Helpful Tips & Troubleshooting
1. Your remote is equipped with a Point and Press™ quickprogramming sticker on the back of its case. This will help
you quickly program the remote without using codes.
2. The illuminated mode button will remain on while the
remote is in a programming mode. In the absence of an
entry, the button will go out after 20 seconds.
When locking in your devices, the illuminated mode button
will blink 2 times and go off.
3. When using the Point and Press programming method,
you may find a code that turns your device off but not back
on. If this happens…
a. the correct code has not been found. Continue
pressing [CH π] until your devices turn on and off.
b. you may have gone past the correct matching code.
Try pressing [CH θ] one step at a time until find a
code that turns your converter back on.
4. If you have any questions concerning the operation of your
cable converter, contact your cable operator.
Cable Setup Codes
Manufacturer
PIONEER
SCIENTIFIC-ATLANTA
Model
Code
BA-V1000 / 2000
BA-9000
VOYAGER
120
121
001
EXPLORER
001
TV Setup Codes
Manufacturer
Codes
A MARK
ADMIRAL
AKAI
AMPRO
ANAM
AOC
AUDIOVOX
CANDLE
CAPEHART
CETRONIC
112
072
001
073
043
058
076
001
058
043
143
081 160 161
146
167
054 056 080 112 131 055
001 004 112
002 003 004
CLASSIC
CONCERTO
CONTEC
CORONADO
CRAIG
CROWN
CURTIS MATHES
CXC
DAEWOO
DAYTRON
DYNASTY
DYNATECH
ELECTROHOME
EMERSON
FISHER
FUNAI
FUTURETECH
GE
GOLDSTAR
HALL MARK
HITACHI
INFINITY
INKEL
JBL
JCP
JCPENNY
JENSEN
JVC
KENWOOD
KLOSS
KTV
LOGENET
LOGIK
LUXMAN
LXI
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MATSUI
MEMOREX
METZ
MGA
MINERVA
MITSUBISHI
MTC
001
103
043
004
043
143
054
143
001
043
004
076
125
004
043
062
024
004
096
007
028
043
001
008
004
143
004
011
023
164
129
164
001
004
143
013
038
001
002
001
072
072
004
007
001
063
164
164
004
088
024
088
024
146
001
002 003 043 101 143 004
051
043
043
004 101 143
016 017 043 044 055 071
103 107 111 114 120 123
127 136 143
143
076 143
005 028 043 048 051 076
143 151 153 154 155
057
043
073 130 144 160 161 004
009 034 056 074 091 155
106 119 110 112 113 127
163 004 007 072 010 012
075 143 158
NAD
NEC
NIKEI
ONKING
ONWA
OPTONICA
PANASONIC
PHILCO
PHILIPS
PIONEER
PORTLAND
PROSCAN
PROTON
QUASAR
RADIO SHACK
RCA
REALISTIC
RUNCO
SAMPO
SAMSUNG
SANYO
SCOTT
SEARS
SELECO
SHARP
008 009 024 030 065 101
156 160
070 034 083
070
059
043 143 154
015 052 081 160 164
003 004 022 059 060 161
064 094 127 160 164
001
007 072
001 004 042
004 028 040 042 109 124
004 062 101
SIGNATURE
SONY
SOUNDESIGN
SPECTRON
SSS
SUPRE MACY
SYLVANIA
SYMPHONICS
TANDY
TATUNG
TETNICS
TECHWOOD
TEKNIKA
TELERNET
TERA
TMK
TOSHIBA
TOTEVISION
UNIVERSAL
VIDEO CONCEPTS
VIDIKRON
015
001
024
043
043
043
019
034
001
063
164
003
023
004
144
004
034
004
161
023
007
072
001
004
105
007
004
004
094
189
081
175
072
070
003
112
004
002
001
127
052
081
056
034
004
002
101
072
172
004
015
143
008
146
174
025
130 134 040 056 007 019
081
056
003
064
005
004
025
143
160
058
056
019
144
024
019
169
004
101
161 167
131 143 171 173 193
053
028
007
143
057 082 020 021 033
043 048 143
015 028 030 057 082
160
080
004
127
038
059
135
164
024 056 059 060
143 164
093 127 001
176 001 004 018
043 127 143
160 156 065 001 004
056 074 152
073 130 179 180 181
058
127 133 143 160 089
014 019 028 004 022 143
029 181
085 126 139
004 028 043
043
003 044 059 060 063 064
160 164
062
080
003 004 024 028 043 072
143
030 007 040 062 101
009
188
WESTING HOUSE
VIDTECH
WARDS
YAMAHA
YORK
YUPITERU
ZENITH
ZONDA
076
004
004
060
001
004
043
072
112
064 164 008 009 019 028
061 063 072 074 143
004
073 095 103
VCR / DVD Player Codes
Manufacturer
Codes
AIWA
AKAI
AMPRO
ANAM
AUDIO DYNAMICS
BROKSONIC
CANON
CAPEHART
CRAIG
CURTIS MATHES
DAEWOO
034
043
072
031
012
035
028
108
001
031
005
010
108
012
226
034
059
006
025
131
001
034
031
243
132
101
012
004
031
031
004
043
048
012
014
235
034
001
040
067
DAYTRON
DBX
DENON
DYNATECH
ELECTROHOME
EMERSON
FISHER
FUNAI
GE
GO VIDEO
GOLDSTAR
HARMAN KARDON
HITACHI
INSTANTREPLAY
JCL
JCPENNY
JENSEN
JVC
KENWOOD
LG
LLOYD
LXI
MAGIN
MAGNAVOX
161
046 124 142 146
103
023 043
037 129
031
040 135
041
108 111 117 017 065 007
023 043
240
053
MARANTZ
MARTA
MATSUI
MEI
MEMOREX
MGA
MINOLTA
MITSUBISHI
MTC
MULTITECH
NEC
NORMENDE
OPTONICA
PANASONIC
PENTAX
PHILCO
PHILIPS
PILOT
PIONEER
PORTLAND
PROCAN
PULSAR
QUARTZ
QUASAR
RADIO SHACK
RCA
REALISTIC
029 035 037 129 153 017
027 031 034 036 046 101
138
010 008 009
RICO
RUNCO
SALORA
SAMSUNG
072 144 147 063 107 109
SANSUI
SANYO
SCOTT
SEARS
155 040 136
004 012 020
045
026 034 043 063 137 150
012 031 040 101
043 055 060 130 150 152
031 238 241
034 048 150
247
009 017 034 101 004 106
031 034 068 041 156 170
SHARP
SHINTOM
SONY
SOUNDESIGN
STS
SYLVANIA
SYMPHONIC
TANDY
TATUNG
TEAC
TECHNICS
TEKNIKA
237
067
101
027
031
040
072
045
004
059
045
034
024
012
043
053
031
004
031
031
101
021
108
230
072
014
031
101
107
034
001
053
058
072
014
040
122
043
001
017
001
081
031
024
056
009
034
004
031
034
010
043
034
031
031
069 012 031
THOMAS
TMK
TOSHIBA
030
101
134
046
020
061
227
040
034
023
054
070
020
034
034
001 014 031 034 053
139
059
051 142 004 046 020
043 048
133 140 163 228 242
031 063
067
054 067 101 150
004 048 229
070 133 140 163 014
109
040
008
054
144 041 031 004 020
140 147 158 231 243
010 014 031 034 040
101
017
236
048
014
037
004
101
053
107
248
135
040
129
008
109 113 115 124
134
131
010 014 017 020
054 159
057 058 001 052 053 031
154 171 077 232 244
034 059 067
034
043
070
034 101
TOTEVISION
UNITECH
VECTOR RESEARCH
VICTOR
VIDEO CONCEPTS
VIDEOSONIC
WARDS
YAMAHA
ZENITH
034
006
017
233
040
040
012
048
012
040
001
053
012
072
153
131 004 008 059 082 150
245
101
034 046 141
004
054
034
034
247
017 024 031 034 040
131
043 234 246
056 058 048 080 101
AUDIO Setup Codes
Manufacturer
Codes
ADC
ADCOM
AIWA
200
072
025
171
093
125
142
141
147
135
203
077
134
096
070
015
003
061
204
140
001
148
026
204
001
199
049
151
062
006
060
020
005
102
AKAI
AMC
ANGSTROM
ARCAM
AUDIO ACCESS
AUDIO ALCHEMY
AUDIO FILE
AUDIO MATRIX
AUDIO TECHNICA
B&K
BOSE
BRYSTON
CARVER
CASIO
CHIRO
CINEMA SOUND
CITATION
CLARION
CURTIS MATHES
DENON
ENLIGHTENED AUDIO
FISHER
FOSGATE
GOLDSTAR
HARMON KARDON
HITACHI
INKEL
JCPENNY
082 092 161
071 091 100 104 114 170
138
126 127
097
113 170
008 014 016 027 028 040
090 099 151 203
134
056 105 119 151 155 188
050
157
072
064 066 115 153 157 162
204
JENSEN
JVC
KENWOOD
KOSS
KRELL
KYOCERA
LEXICON
LINN
LUXMAN
LXI
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MCINTOSH
MCS
MERIDIAN
MITSUBISHI
MONDIAL
NAD
NAKAMICHI
NEC
ONKYO
OPTIMUS
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
PROCEED
RCA
REALISTIC
ROTEL
SAMSUNG
SANSUI
SANYO
SCOTT
SEARS
SHARP
SHERWOOD
SONY
SOUNDESIGN
SSI
TAEKWANG
TEAC
TECHNICS
THETA DIGITAL
TOSHIBA
YAMAHA
ZENITH
058
013
005
102
150
200
120
124
004
204
043
027
173
204
009
180
022
048
079
080
001
103
017
007
063
001
158
144
010
019
074
123
032
151
019
204
026
024
011
112
036
068
138
019
076
065
033
002
192
106
163 177 178
026 057 086 095 154 166
167 171 172
029 035 137 139 165
152 164 191
028 048 063 090 191
051 121
023 042 073 075
087 111 182 183
012
107
026
088
188
039
168
041 044 046 081
138
130 132 195
191
054 069 078 128
067 117 156
034 037 047
083 085
063 110 116
057 094 175
038
018 052 053 055 084 089
186 187
059 109 111
080 088 098 122 193
131
021 026 031 067 101 118
143
Laser Disc Player Setup Codes
Manufacturer
030
108
036
129
189
045
Codes
CALIFORNAI AUDIO
DAEWOO
DENON
DMX-DJ
FISHER
GOLDSTAR
KENWOOD
MAESTRO II
MAGNAVOX
MITSUBISHI
NAD
OPTIMUS
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
QUASAR
PIONEER
RCA
REALISTIC
SAMSUNG
SHARP
SONY
TECHNICS
TOSHIBA
YAMAHA
241
231
237
254
241
234
232
255
233
247
247
239
228
233
241
227
238
239
230
232
229
228
232
240
250 251
247
241 243
245 247
236
235
241 243
242 249
Digital Music Converter Setup Codes
Manufacturer
Codes
DMX-DJ
MAESTRO II
254
255
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