User`s Guide - AllTouch 2000 Remote Control

User`s Guide - AllTouch 2000 Remote Control
AUX Setup Codes
CD Players
Aiwa
0171
Burmester 0434
California Audio Labs
0043
Carver
0171, 0193
DKK
0014
Denon
0017, 0887
Emerson 0319
Fisher
0193
Garrard
0434
Genexxa 0046, 0319
Harman/Kardon
0171, 0187
Hitachi
0046
JVC
0086
Kenwood 0042, 0051,
0204, 0640,
0695, 0840
Krell
0171
LXI
0319
Linn
0171
MCS
0043
MTC
0434
Magnavox 0171, 0319
Marantz
0043, 0171,
0194
Mission
0171
NSM
0171
Onkyo
0115, 0882
Optimus
Panasonic
Parasound
Philips
Pioneer
Proton
QED
Quasar
RCA
Realistic
Rotel
SAE
Sansui
Sanyo
Scott
Sears
Sharp
Sherwood
Sony
Soundesign
Tascam
Teac
Technics
Victor
Wards
Yamaha
FCC Compliance
0014, 0046,
0051, 0159,
0193, 0319,
0434, 0482
0043, 0317
0434
0171, 0640
0046, 0319,
0482
0171
0171
0043
0067, 0193,
0319
0193, 0194,
0434
0171, 0434
0171
0171, 0319
0193
0319
0319
0051, 0194,
0875
0194
0014, 0504
0159
0434
0194, 0434
0043, 0317
0086
0067, 0171
0050, 0201
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Sansui
0203, 1103
Sherwood 0516
Sony
0172, 1072,
1172, 1272
Technics 0053, 0323,
1322, 1323,
1532
Thorens
1203
Victor
0088
Wards
0028, 0172,
0203
Yamaha
0190
Receivers
ADC
Aiwa
0545
0135, 0172,
0203, 1103,
1419
Capetronic 0545
Carver
0203, 1103,
1203
Denon
1118, 1174
Harman/Kardon
0124, 0203
JBL
0124
JVC
0088
Kenwood 0041, 1041,
1327, 1583
Linn
0203
MCS
0053
Magnavox 0203, 0545,
1103, 1203
Marantz
0053, 0203,
1103, 1203
Onkyo
0149
Optimus 0545, 1037
Panasonic 0053, 0323,
1532
Philips
0203, 1103,
1203
Pioneer
0028, 0545,
1037
Quasar
0053
RCA
0545
Amplifiers
Home Automation
Miscellaneous Audio
Aiwa
0420
Carver
0283
Curtis Mathes
0314
Denon
0174
JVC
0345
Linn
0283
Magnavox 0283
Marantz
0283
Panasonic 0322
Philips
0283
Pioneer
0027, 0314
Sony
0703
Technics 0322
Victor
0345
Wards
0027
Yahama
0368
GE
0254
One For All 0181
Radio Shack
0254
Security System
0181
Universal X10
0181
X10
0181
Jerrold
0473, 0534
Scientific-Atlanta 0474
Starcom
0473
AllTouch® 2000
Remote Control
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communication. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and
the receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved
by Scientific-Atlanta could void the user’s authority to
operate this equipment.
User’s Guide
United States: Scientific-Atlanta, Inc., 5030 Sugarloaf Parkway,
Box 465447, Lawrenceville, GA 30042
Product and service availability subject to change without notice.
All rights reserved. AllTouch, Explorer, Scientific-Atlanta, and the
Scientific-Atlanta logo are registered trademarks of Scientific-Atlanta,
Inc. AT2000 is a trademark of Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. All other
trademarks shown are trademarks of their respective owners.
© 2003 Scientific-Atlanta, Inc.
Printed in USA
Part Number 715117 Rev C
www.scientificatlanta.com
December 2003
Programming the Remote Control
Introduction
Using Mode Keys
In addition to operating your digital home
communications terminal (DHCT), you can
program the AllTouch® 2000 (AT 2000)
Remote Control (remote) to operate your
TV, VCR, CD player, or other electronic
device. To program the remote, use the
following procedures.
Press the appropriate mode key to switch the remote
control operation to the configured device:
Notes:
• The remote requires two AA batteries
(alkaline recommended). A diagram in the
battery compartment of the remote indicates
proper placement of the batteries. When
batteries are properly installed, the light on
the remote blinks each time a key is pressed.
• The AT 2000 Remote Control is not a toy. It
should be kept out of the reach of children
under the age of 6 years.
TV
VCR
CBL
4. On your remote, press and hold SELECT and
the appropriate mode key (CBL, TV, VCR,
AUX) until the light on the remote blinks twice.
5. Using the keypad on your remote , enter the 4digit setup code for your device. The light on the
remote blinks twice.
6. Confirm the setup code works by pointing the
remote toward the device and test the POWER,
VOLUME, and MUTE functions.
Note: Volume and Mute functions do not apply
to all devices (for example, Home Automation
devices).
7. Did the device operate correctly?
• If yes, write down the code that worked in
the Record of Codes section in this guide.
You may need it again if the device code is
accidently erased.
• If no, repeat this procedure from step 2 using
a different setup code.
AUX
Assigning a Device Code to a Mode Key
Try to use your remote to control your devices. If the
remote does not work for a device, you can assign a
different device code to the appropriate mode key.
Before you begin, make sure you know the brand
name of the device you want to control.
1. Turn on your device.
2. Locate your device brand and device setup code
in the appropriate setup code list in this guide. If
your device brand is not listed, see Searching
the Code Library.
3. Point the remote away from your DHCT, TV,
VCR, or other electronic device.
Note: Some remote keys may be assigned to
operate one device type only. For example,
volume control may be assigned to the TV only.
If this is the case, you can reprogram the power,
volume, and channel control using other
procedures in this guide.
Record of Codes
Record your setup codes in the following table.
TV
VCR
CBL
AUX
AT 2000 Remote Control Quick Reference
Device Control
Viewing and Browsing Control
1
TV Mode Key
11
Functions vary by cable provider
2
Cable Mode Key
9
Selects options in menus and program
guide
26
AUX Mode Key
28
VCR Mode Key
3
Displays program guide
27
POWERS on or off
25
Displays cable settings or Menu
15
Functions as follows:
• While in VCR mode,
switches TV/VCR input
• While in TV mode,
switches TV/Video input
• While in CBL mode,
controls Bypass option
7
Moves through menus or program
guides
22
Selects and deselects screen item
Adjusts volume
23
Mutes sound
Returns to last channel viewed
19
Features vary by cable provider;
some provide access to pay-perview features. Note: Explorer®
DHCTs provide access through
on-screen options.
24
Navigates through program
guide or settings
4
Exits settings, menus, and
guides
VCR/VOD Control
20
Displays channel and program
information
8
Selects channels, up or down
10
Enters channel numbers or
personal identification number
(PIN) for parental control
Sound Control
21
6
5
Views favorite channels
12
Fast forwards VCR/VOD
13
Records program
14
Stops VCR/VOD
16
Plays VCR/VOD
17
Pauses VCR/VOD
18
Rewinds VCR/VOD
Programming the Remote Control, continued
Searching the Code Library
If none of the codes listed for your device work, you
can search the code library for a valid code.
1. Turn on the device that you want to program
before you search for a code.
2. Point the remote away from the device you are
programming.
3. To search for the code, press and hold SELECT
and the appropriate mode key until the light on
the remote blinks twice. For example, to search
for a TV code, hold down SELECT and TV
until the light blinks twice.
4. Press 9 9 1. The light blinks twice.
5. Point the remote toward the device, and press
POWER.
6. Did the device turn off?
• If yes, go step 7.
• If no, repeat steps 2 through 5.
Note: The light on the remote blinks three times
when you reach the end of the code library. This
procedure searches the following number of
codes in each library:
• VCR: 56 codes
• TV:
51 codes
• CBL: 10 codes
• AUX: 57 codes
7. Press SELECT to confirm a valid code. The
light on the remote blinks twice.
8. Press POWER again to confirm that the device
powers on.
Determining Which Code Worked
You can find out which code you used to program
your device. You can determine the code by counting
the number of times the light blinks during the
following procedure.
1. Point the remote away from your DHCT, TV,
VCR, or other electronic device.
2. Press and hold SELECT and the appropriate
mode key until the light on the remote blinks
twice.
3. Press 9 9 0. The light on the remote blinks
twice.
4. Press 1 and count the number of times the light
blinks. The number of blinks indicates the first
digit in the code. For example, 4 blinks indicates
the first number in the code is 4. If the light does
not blink, the digit is 0 (zero).
5. Press 2 and count the number of times the light
blinks. The number of blinks indicates the
second number in the code.
6. Press 3 and count the number of times the light
blinks. The number of blinks indicates the third
number in the code.
7. Press 4 and count the number of times the light
blinks. The number of blinks indicates the fourth
number in the code.
8. Write down the code in the Record of Codes
section in this guide.
Changing the Mode Key
Changing Power Control
You can change your TV, VCR, and AUX keys to
control different devices. For example, if you have a
second TV, you can change your AUX key to a
second TV key by following this procedure.
1. Press and hold SELECT and CBL until the
light blinks twice.
2. Press 9 9 2.
3. Press the mode key (TV, VCR, AUX)
associated with the type of device that you
want to control.
4. Press the mode key (TV, VCR, AUX) that
you want to change.
5. To set up the mode key, follow all of the steps in
the Assigning a Device Code to a Mode Key
procedure for your brand of equipment.
6. Write down the changes.
Example: The AUX key controls TV in the den.
The ______ mode key controls
_____________________________.
You can change the POWER key to control
several or all of your devices at one time by
following this procedure.
1. Press and hold SELECT and CBL until the
light blinks twice.
2. Press 9 9 8.
3. Press and hold SELECT and CBL again until
the light blinks twice.
4. Choose one of the following options to select
which devices you want to power on and off at
the same time.
Programming for Volume Control
You can program the remote to control the volume
and mute functions through the DHCT, or through
your TV. The default is through your TV.
1. Point the remote away from your DHCT, TV,
VCR, or other electronic device.
2. Press and hold CBL and SELECT at the same
time, until the light on the remote blinks twice.
3. Press 9 9 3. The light blinks twice.
4. Press the TV key or the CBL key, depending
on which device you want to control the
volume. The light on the remote blinks twice to
confirm a valid selection.
5. Point the remote toward the device on which
you chose to control the volume, and adjust the
volume to confirm operation.
The ______ mode key controls
_____________________________.
Programming VCR Keys for CBL Mode
If your cable service provider does not offer the
video-on-demand (VOD) feature, you can follow
these steps to reprogram the remote to operate your
VCR functions while in CBL mode. (The VOD/
VCR keys default to VOD functions while in CBL
mode.)
1. Turn on your VCR.
2. Press and hold SELECT and CBL until the
light blinks twice.
3. Press 9 9 9.
4. Press VCR.
5. Insert a tape into your VCR and test the VCR
function keys.
Note: To set the remote back to the default
setting, repeat steps 1 through 4; however, at
step 4, press CBL. At step 5, test the VOD
functions.
•
•
For TV and CBL, press TV and CBL.
For TV, CBL, and VCR, press VCR and
CBL.
• For TV, CBL, and AUX, press AUX and
CBL.
• To return to default settings (controlling
power for one device at a time), press
POWER.
5. Point the remote toward the devices. Press and
hold POWER to confirm operation.
Result: The power to the devices may take a
few seconds to turn on/off.
Note: You can still control the power of a specific
device by pressing the mode key and POWER
within 3 seconds of each other.
Unlocking the CBL Mode Key
Your cable set-top device code is “locked” to
keep you from changing the cable code
unintentionally. If you need to program the
remote to operate a different cable set-top
device, use the following steps to unlock the
CBL key.
1. Press and hold SELECT and CBL until the
light blinks twice.
2. Press 9 9 6.
3. Press CH- (channel down key) to unlock the
set-top device code.
Result: You can now assign your CBL key to a
different cable device.
TV Setup Codes
Admiral
0107, 0477
Aiko
0106
Akai
0044
Alaron
0193
American Action
0194
Anam
0194
AOC
0033, 0044
Audiovox 0106, 0194,
0465, 0637
Baysonic 0194
Belcor
0033
Bell & Howell 0168
Bradford 0194
Brockwood 0033
Brocksonic 0250, 0477
Candle
0044, 0070
Carnivale 0044
Carver
0068
Celebrity 0014
Cineral
0106, 0465
Citizen
0044, 0070,
0074, 0106
Concerto 0070
Contec
0194
Craig
0194
Crosley
0068
Crown
0194
Curtis Mathes
0044, 0061,
0065, 0068,
0070, 0074,
0107, 0159,
0168, 0180,
0465, 1161,
1361
CXC
0194
Daewoo
0033, 0106,
0465, 0637,
0638
Daytron
0033
Denon
0159
Dumont
0031, 0033
Electroband 0014
Emerson 0033, 0168,
0192, 0193,
0194, 0250,
0296, 0477,
0637, 0638
Envision 0044
Fisher
0168
Fujitsu
0193, 0697
Funai
0185, 0193,
0194
Futuretech 0194
GE
0035,
0061, 0065,
0107, 0192,
0296, 0465,
1161, 1361
Gilbrater 0031, 0033,
0044
GoldStar 0033, 0044,
0070, 0192
Gradiente 0067, 0070
Grunpy
0193, 0194
Hallmark 0192
Harley Davidson
0193
Harmon/Kardon
0068
Harvard
0194
Hitachi
0070, 0159
Infinity
0068
Inteq
0031
JBL
0068
JCB
0014
JC Penney 0033, 0035,
0044, 0061,
0065, 0070,
0074, 0170,
0192, 1361
JVC
0067
KEC
0194
Kenwood 0033, 0044
KTV
0044, 0194
LG
0070
Luxman
0070
LXI
0061, 0068,
0168, 0170, 0192
Magnavox 0044, 0068,
0193
Marantz
0044, 0068
Matsushita 0264
Megatron 0159, 0192
Memorex 0070, 0164,
0168, 0192,
0264, 0477
MGA
0033, 0044,
0164, 0192
Midland
0031, 0061,
0065
Minutz
0035
Mitsubishi 0033, 0107,
0164, 0192
Motorola 0107
MTC
0033, 0044,
0070, 0074
Multitech 0194
NAD
0170, 0180,
0192
NEC
0033, 0044,
0070
Nikko
0044, 0106,
0192
NTC
0106
Onwa
0194
Optimus 0168, 0180,
0264
Optonica 0107, 0179
Orion
0193, 0250,
0477
Panasonic 0065, 0264
Philco
0033, 0044,
0068, 0159,
0477
Philips
0068
Pilot
0033, 0044
Pioneer
0180, 0694
Portland 0033, 0106
Prism
0065
Proscan
0061
Proton
0192
Pulsar
0031, 0033
Logik
0086
Magnasonic 0292
Magnavox 0014, 0049,
0053, 0095
Magnin
0254
Marantz
0049, 0095
Marta
0051
Matsushita 0049, 0176
MEI
0049
Memorex 0014, 0049,
0051, 0053,
0061, 0062,
0118, 0176,
0223, 0254,
0321, 1051,
1176, 1276
MGA
0057, 0254
MGN Technology
0254
Minotla
0056
Mitsubishi 0057, 0062,
0081
Motorola
0049, 0062
MTC
0014, 0254
Multitech
0014, 0086
NEC
0052, 0081,
0118
Nikko
0051
Noblex
0254
Olympus
0049
Optimus
0051, 0062,
0118, 0176,
0446, 1062,
1076, 1176,
1276
Orion
0016, 0198,
0223, 0493
Panasonic
Sears
White Westinghouse
0223, 0292
XR-1000 0014, 0049,
0086
Yamaha
0052
Zenith
0014, 0053,
0223, 0483
VCR Setup Codes
VCR Codes
Admiral
Adventura
Aiko
Aiwa
0062, 0223
0014
0292
0014, 0051,
0321
American Action
0292
American High
0049
Asha
0254
Audiovox 0051
Beaumark 0254
Bell & Howell 0118
Brocksonic 0016, 0135,
0198, 0223,
0493
CCE
0086, 0292
Calix
0051
Canon
0049
Carver
0095
Cineral
0292
Citizen
0051, 0292
Colt
0086
Craig
0051, 0061,
0086, 0254,
0285
Curtis Mathes
0049,
0074, 0176
Cybernex 0254
Daewoo
0059, 0292
Denon
0056
Dynatech 0014
Electrohome 0051
Electrophonic
0051
Emerex
0046
Emerson 0014, 0016,
0051, 0057,
0135, 0198,
0222, 0223,
0292, 0493
Fisher
0061, 0118
Fuji
0047, 0049
Funai
0014
GE
0049, 0062,
0074, 0254
Garrard
0014
Go Video 0446, 0540
GoldStar
0051, 0052
Gradiente 0014, 0022
Harley Davidson
0014
Harman/Kardon
0052, 0095
Harwood 0086
HI-Q
0061
Hitachi
0014, 0056
Hughes Network Systems
0056
JC Penney 0049, 0051,
0052, 0056,
0254
JVC
0022, 0081
KEC
0051, 0292
Kenwood 0052, 0081
KLH
0086
Kodak
0049, 0051
LXI
0051
Lloyd’s
0014, 0222
0049, 0176,
0239, 0630,
1076, 1176,
1276
Pentax
0056
Philco
0049, 0223,
0493
Philips
0049, 0095,
0632
Pilot
0051
Pioneer
0081
Profitronic 0254
Proscan
0074
Protec
0086
Pulsar
0053
Quasar
0049, 0176,
1176
RCA
0049, 0056,
0062, 0074,
0254
Radio Shack 0014, 1051
Radix
0051
Randex
0051
Realistic
0014, 0049,
0051, 0061,
0062, 0118
ReplayTV 0628, 0630
Runco
0053
Samsung 0059, 0254
Sanky
0053, 0062
Sansui
0014, 0081,
0223, 0285,
0493
Sanyo
0061, 0118,
0254
Scott
0057, 0059,
0135, 0198
0014, 0049,
0051, 0056,
0061, 0118
Semp
0059
Sharp
0062
Shintom
0086
Shogun
0254
Singer
0086
Sony
0014, 0046,
0049
STS
0056
Sylvania
0014, 0049,
0057, 0095
Symphonic 0014
TMK
0222, 0254
Teac
0014
Technics
0049, 0176
Teknika
0014, 0049,
0051
Thomas
0014
Tivo
0632
Toshiba
0057, 0059
Totevision 0051, 0254
Unitech
0254
Vector
0059
Vector Research
0052
Video Concepts
0059
Videosonic 0254
Wards
0014, 0049,
0056, 0061,
0062, 0074,
0086, 0095,
0254
DVD Codes
Use the VCR mode key to
program your DVD player
Denon
0504
Harman/Kardon
0596
JVC
0572, 0637
Kenwood 0548
Magnavox 0517
Mitsubishi 0535
Onkyo
0517, 0641
Panasonic 0504, 0646
Philips
0517
Pioneer
0539, 0585,
0646
Proscan
0536
RCA
0536
Samsung 0587
Sharp
0644
Sony
0547
Technics 0504
Theta Digital 0585
Toshiba
0517
Yamaha
0504, 0559
Zenith
0517, 0605
Quasar
0065, 0179,
0264
RCA
0033, 0061,
0065, 0104,
0107, 1061,
1161, 1261,
1361, 1461
Radio Shack 0033, 0044,
0061, 0070,
0168, 0179,
0192, 0194
Realistic 0033, 0044,
0070, 0168,
0179, 0192,
0194
Runco
0031, 0044,
0617
Sampo
0044
Samsung 0033, 0044,
0070, 0074,
0192
Sansei
0465
Sansui
0477
Sanyo
0168
Scimitsu 0033
Scotch
0192
Scott
0033, 0192,
0193, 0194,
0250
Sears
0061, 0068,
0070, 0168,
0170, 0185,
0192, 0193
Semivox 0194
Semp
0170
Sharp
0107, 0179,
0694
Shogun
0033
Sony
0014
Soundesign 0192, 0193,
0194
Squareview 0185
Starlite
0194
SSS
0033, 0194
Supreme 0014
Sylvania 0044, 0068
Symphonic 0185
Tandy
0107
Technics 0065, 0264
Technol Ace 0193
Techwood 0065, 0070
Teknika
0033, 0068,
0070, 0074,
0106, 0164,
0193, 0194
Telefunken 0070
TMK
0070, 0192
Toshiba
0074, 0168,
0170
Vector Research
0044
Victor
0067
Vidikron
0068
Vidtech
0033, 0192
Wards
0033, 0035,
0044, 0068,
0070, 0179,
0192, 0193
White Westinghouse
0477, 0637,
0638
Yamaha
0033, 0044
Zenith
0031, 0106,
0477
Cable Setup Codes
ABC
0022
Americast 0913
Contec
0033
General Instruments
0290, 0490
Gold Star 0158
Jerrold
0026, 0290,
0490
Memorex 0014
Motorola
0290, 0490
Oak
0333
Panasonic 0014, 0121
Paragon
0014
Pioneer
0158, 0547,
0891
Pulsar
0014
Quasar
0014
Runco
0014
Samsung 0158
Scientific-Atlanta
Default: 0458
Additional:
0891, 0491,
0022, 0238
Tocom
0026
Toshiba
0014
Zenith
0014, 0539,
0913
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