Sony RM-LP204M User's manual

Sony RM-LP204M User's manual
4-227-953-14(1)
Remote
Commander
Operating Instructions
RM-LP204
RM-LP204M
 2000 by Sony Corporation
Precautions
Before You Use Your
Remote
On safety
Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, unplug the
receiver and have it checked by qualified personnel before
operating it any further.
Check that you received the following item with the
remote:
LR6 (size-AA) alkaline batteries (3)
On operation
Before connecting other components, be sure to turn off and
unplug the receiver.
On cleaning
Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a soft cloth slightly
moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of
abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such as alcohol or
benzine.
Inserting batteries into the remote
Insert three LR6 (size-AA) alkaline batteries with the +
and – properly oriented in the battery compartment.
When using the remote, point it at the remote sensor on
the receiver.
If you have any question or problem concerning your
receiver, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
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About This Manual
z When to replace batteries
The instructions in this manual are for models RM-LP204
and RM-LP204M. Check your model number by looking
at the lower left corner of the front side. In this manual,
the RM-LP204 is used for illustration purposes unless
stated otherwise. Any difference in operation is clearly
indicated in the text, for example, “RM-LP204 only”.
Conventions
The following icon is used in this manual:
z Indicates hints and tips for making the task easier.
2
Under normal conditions, the batteries should last for about 3
months. When the remote no longer operates the receiver,
replace all the batteries with new ones.
Notes
• Do not leave the remote in an extremely hot or humid place.
• Do not use a new battery with old ones.
• Do not mix the alkaline batteries and other kinds of batteries.
This remote is designed for use with the alkaline batteries only.
• Do not expose the remote sensor of the receiver to direct
sunlight or lighting apparatuses. Doing so may cause a
malfunction.
• If you don’t use the remote for an extended period of time,
remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery
leakage and corrosion.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Location of Parts and Basic Remote
Operations 4
Parts Description 4
Using the Lists 12
Chart of Lists 13
Selecting a Component 14
Selecting a Sound Field 15
Programming the Remote 16
Performing Several Commands in Sequence
Automatically (Macro Play) 17
Other Operations 18
Additional Information 20
Troubleshooting 20
Specifications 21
3
Location of
Parts and Basic
Remote
Operations
Parts Description
2
?/1
AV ?/1
This chapter provides information on
the location of buttons and how to use
them to perform basic operations.
However, some functions explained in
this section may not operate
depending on the receiver.
0
3
SYSTEM
STANDBY
1
FUNCTION
LD
SOUND FIE
SET UP
8
7
9
PUSH ENTER
h
H
SUB
X
x
.
>
m
M
CH/PRESET/D.SKIP
+
–
BASS
BOOST
MASTER
VOL
+
5
MUTING
–
6
v
SUB
MENU
Open up the cover.
ON SCREEN
LEVEL
1
2
+
3
+
REAR CENTER
4
5
–
6
–
TEST
TONE EQ/TONE
7
8
SHIFT
>10
- / --
9
D.TUNING
CURSOR
MODE SLEEP
0
ENTER
EXIT/RETURN
EXECUTE
4
4
If you press the ?/1 switch (3) at the same time, it
will turn off the main component and other Sony
audio/video components (SYSTEM STANDBY).
Note
The function of the AV ?/1 switch changes automatically
each time you press the FUNCTION button (7). Depending
on the component, the above operation may not be be
possible or may operate differently than described.
2 Display window
The current status of the selected component or a list
of selectable items appears here.
Note
Characters other than letters of the alphabet or numbers may
be displayed incorrectly on the remote, even if they appear
correctly in the display window on the main unit.
3 ?/1 switch
Press to turn the receiver on or off.
4 SLEEP button
Press repeatedly to activate the sleep function and
select the duration after which the receiver turns off
automatically.
5 MASTER VOL +/– buttons
Press to adjust the volume level of all speakers at the
same time.
6 MUTING button
Press to mute the sound. The MUTING indicator on
the receiver lights up when the sound is muted.
7 FUNCTION button
Press to display the function (component) list. Press
again to revert back to the component information.
See the table on page 9 for information on the buttons
you can use to control each component.
If you want to change the contents of the function list
to match your particular components, do the
procedure “Programming the Remote” on page 16.
8 SET UP button
Press to display the set up list. Press again to revert
back to the component information.
Note
Before you turn on the receiver, make sure that you have
turned the MASTER VOLUME control on the receiver to the
leftmost position to avoid damaging your speakers.
9 Easy scroll key
While displaying a list, move up or down to select an
item from the list, and then press to enter the selection.
0 SOUND FIELD button
Press to display the sound field list. Press again to
revert back to the component information.
5
Location of Parts and Basic Remote Operations
1 AV ?/1 switch
Press to turn on or off the components that the remote
is programmed to operate. For details on
programming procedure, see “Programming the
Remote” on page 16.
Parts Description
Location of Parts and Basic Remote Operations
qa BASS BOOST button
Press to increase the bass of the front speakers. The
BASS BOOST indicator on the receiver lights up when
the function is turned on.
qs ON SCREEN button
For receivers with the on-screen function, press to turn
on/off the menu display on the TV screen.
?/1
AV ?/1
SYSTEM
STANDBY
FUNCTION
LD
SOUND FIE
qd LEVEL REAR +/– buttons
Press to adjust the volume level of the rear speakers.
SET UP
qf LEVEL CENTER +/– buttons
Press to adjust the volume level of the center speaker.
PUSH ENTER
w;
h
H
SUB
X
x
.
>
m
M
wa
CH/PRESET/D.SKIP
+
–
BASS
BOOST
ws
MASTER
VOL
+
qa
qh TEST TONE button
Press to output a test tone.
MUTING
–
v
qk
w;
SUB
MENU
Open up the cover.
ON SCREEN
LEVEL
1
2
+
3
+
REAR CENTER
4
5
–
6
–
TEST
TONE EQ/TONE
7
8
SHIFT
>10
- / --
9
D.TUNING
CURSOR
MODE SLEEP
0
ENTER
qs
qd
qf
qg
qh
qj
EXIT/RETURN
EXECUTE
6
qg EQ/TONE button
Press to turn the equalizer or tone effect on or off. The
TONE indicator on the receiver lights up when the
effect is turned on.
Note that if you have adjusted the equalization or tone
using the CURSOR MODE button and cursor buttons,
the adjusted equalization or tone will be produced
whenever you turn on the equalizer or tone effect.
ql
qj CURSOR MODE button
Press repeatedly to select a cursor mode, SURROUND,
BASS/TREBLE (EQ), etc. The indicator for the selected
cursor mode lights up on the receiver.
Note
When you have selected VCR, the remote is set to control the
VCR that corresponds with VCR 1 after you press the MENU
button. Before pressing the button, make sure to set the VCR
input mode to VCR 1.
ql Cursor buttons (V/v/B/b)
After pressing the CURSOR MODE button or SET UP
button on the receiver, use the cursor buttons to make
specific settings. For details refer to the Operating
Instructions supplied with your receiver.
To perform menu operations on the VCR, DVD player,
or SAT tuner, do the procedure below. If you do not
do this, the cursor buttons merely operate the receiver.
1 Press FUNCTION and move the easy scroll key to
select the VCR, DVD player, or SAT tuner.
2 Open up the cover on the remote.
CURSOR TYPE list appears.
If the list has disappeared before you go on to Step
3, press any of the cursor buttons to restore the list.
3 Move the easy scroll key to select the component
that you selected in Step 1, then press the key to
enter the selection.
w; SUB button
While operating a component, press to display a list of
operations that the corresponding buttons are not
found on the remote. Then move the easy scroll key to
select the operation, and then press the key to enter
the selection. Press again to revert back to the
component information.
See the table on pages 10 and 11 for information on the
operations that appear when you press the SUB
button.
wa Tape/disc operation buttons
The following table shows what components are
operated by each button and the function of the
buttons.
Button(s)
Function
H
Starts play of the playback medium
h
Starts play on the reverse side of the cassette
X
Pauses play or recording or starts recording
when the component is in recording standby
x
Stops play
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Skips tracks
m/M
Fastwinds or rewinds
Searches tracks in the forward or backward
direction
See the table on page 9 for information on the buttons
that you can use to control each component.
ws CH/PRESET/D.SKIP +/– buttons
Press repeatedly to select a preset station, channel,
track, or a disc.
EXECUTE button
After pressing the MENU (or SAT guide), use the
cursor buttons to select a menu item, then press the
EXECUTE button to enter the selection.
EXIT/RETURN button
Press to return to the previous menu or exit the menu
while VCR, DVD, or SAT menu or SAT guide is
displayed on the TV screen.
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Location of Parts and Basic Remote Operations
qk MENU button
When you have selected the VCR, DVD player,
or SAT tuner, press this buton to display VCR, DVD,
or SAT menu on the TV screen. Then use the cursor
buttons to perform the menu operations (see “ql
Cursor buttons (V/v/B/b),” “EXECUTE button,” and
“EXIT/RETURN button” on this page).
Parts Description
wd D.TUNING ENTER button
Location of Parts and Basic Remote Operations
If you have selected tuner:
Press to enter Direct Tuning mode. For details on
Direct Tuning procedure, refer to the Operating
Instructions supplied with your receiver.
?/1
AV ?/1
SYSTEM
STANDBY
FUNCTION
LD
SOUND FIE
SET UP
PUSH ENTER
If you have selected VCR, DVD player, LD player,
TV, cable box, satellite tuner, tape deck, MD deck,
CD player, or DAT deck:
After selecting a channel, disc, or track using the
numeric buttons, press this button to enter the
selection. For details, refer to the Operating
Instructions supplied with your receiver.
wf SHIFT >10 -/-- button
h
H
SUB
X
x
.
>
m
M
If you selected VCR, TV, tape deck, LD player, video
CD player, MD deck, or CD player:
Press before inputting a channel, disc, or track number
of eleven or higher. For details, refer to the operation
manual supplied with the respective components.
CH/PRESET/D.SKIP
+
–
BASS
BOOST
MASTER
VOL
+
MUTING
–
v
SUB
MENU
Open up the cover.
ON SCREEN
LEVEL
1
2
+
3
+
REAR CENTER
wg
4
5
–
6
–
TEST
TONE EQ/TONE
7
wf
wd
8
SHIFT
>10
- / --
9
D.TUNING
CURSOR
MODE SLEEP
0
ENTER
EXIT/RETURN
EXECUTE
8
If you have selected tuner:
Press repeatedly to select a memory page for
presetting radio stations or tuning to preset stations.
wg Numeric buttons (1 to 0)
Inputs the correponding numeric value. On some
components, pressing 0 selects 10. For details, refer to
the operation manual supplied with the respective
components.
Table of buttons used to control each component
Location of Parts and Basic Remote Operations
When you program the remote to control the following Sony or non-Sony components, you can use the buttons on the
remote that are marked with circles. Note, however, that some buttons may not operate your component.
Component
VCR Satellite DVD
LD
tuner player player
TV
Cable
box
Tuner Video CD CD
player player
MD
deck
z
z
z
z
z
z
DAT
deck
Tape Projector
deck
(A and B)
Button
AV ?/1
1)
SUB
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
h
z
z
z
H
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
X
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
x
z
z
z
z
z
z
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z
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z
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m/M
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
CH
z
z
z
z
z
z
PRESET
D.SKIP +/–
z
z
z
z
MENU
z
z
z
Numeric buttons
z
z
z
z
z
z
SHIFT
>10
z
z
z
z
4)
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z4)
z
z
RETURN
3)
z
z
EXIT
2)
z
z
D.TUNING
1)
z
z
-/--
EXECUTE
z
z
3)
Cursor buttons
ENTER
z
z
z
z
z
For information on the operations that become available when you press the button, see the table on page 10.
Deck B only.
Multi disc changer only.
RMS/START.
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Parts Description
Table of operations that appear when you press the SUB button
Location of Parts and Basic Remote Operations
Press the SUB button to display a list of operations that the corresponding buttons are not found on the remote. The
contents of the lists will vary according to the currently selected component. The following table shows the items in each
list and the function of each item.
Component
VCR
Item(s)
REC
Selects information displayed
on the TV screen
INPUT SEL.
Changes the input mode of
the VCR
ANT TV/VTR
Selects the signal to be
output from the antenna
terminal of the VCR (TV
signal or video signal)
SP/LP
Selects the playback speed
Component
LD Player
Item(s)
TV
Displays the SAT guide
Selects side A of the disc
a)
Selects the side B of the disc
SIDE A
SIDE B
Function
a)
DISPLAY
Selects information displayed
on the TV screen
PROGRAM
Programs the tracks
REPEAT
Repeats current track or
programmed tracks
MUTING
Mutes the sound
VOL +
Raises the volume
VOL –
lowers the volume
JUMP
Toggles between the
previous and current
channels
JUMP
Toggles between the
previous and current
channels
DISPLAY
Selects information displayed
on the TV screen
DISPLAY
Selects information displayed
on the TV screen
FAVORITE
Displays the Favorite Station
Guides
TV/VTR
Changes the input mode of
the TV
CATEGORY
Displays the Guide Category
list
P IN P
Activates the picture-in
picture functionb)
INDEX
Displays the Station Index
POSITION
DISPLAY
Selects information displayed
on the TV screen
Changes the position of the
small pictureb)
SWAP
TITLE
Displays the Title menu. For
details on the menu
operation, see “To perform
title and set up menu
operations on the DVD
player” on page 11.
Swaps the small and large
picturesb)
WIDE
Selects the wide-picture
modec)
SUB CH +
Selects preset channels for the
small pictureb)
SET UP
Displays the Set up menu.
For details on the manu
operation, see “To perform
title and set up menu
operations on the DVD
player” on page 11.
S.TITLE CHG
Changes the Subtitle
Language
SUBTITLE
Displays the Subtitles
AUDIO CHG.
Changes the sounds
SEARCH MODE
Changes the search mode
CLEAR
Returns to the Continuous
Play etc.
INDEX +
Selects a index
INDEX –
10
Starts recording
DISPLAY
Satellite tuner GUIDE
DVD player
Function
SUB CH –
Cable box
Tuner
VIDEO CD
Player
FM/AM
Selects the FM or AM band
TIME
Changes the time
information
INDEX +
Selects a index
INDEX –
CD Player
DISC
Selects a discd)
TRACK
Selects a trackd)
CONTINUE
Selects Continuous Play
SHUFFLE
Selects Shuffle Play
PROGRAM
Selects Program Play
REPEAT
Selects Repeat Play
Item(s)
Function
MD deck
CONTINUE
Selects Continuous Play
SHUFFLE
Selects Shuffle Play
PROGRAM
Selects Program Play
REPEAT
Selects Repeat Play
DISPLAY
Changes the information on
the display
EDIT/NO
(MENU)
Selects editing operation or
cancels editing
YES
Performs editing operation
REC
Pauses for recording
1 Select the DVD player from the function list.
REC
Pauses for recording
2 Press SUB.
REPEAT
Starts Repeat Play
CLEAR
Erases a track in the program
etc.
A-REC
Makes deck A pause for
recording
DAT deck
Tape deck
Projector
B-REC
Makes deck B pause for
recording
POWER ON
Turn on the projector
POWER OFF
Turn off the projector
INPUT A
Switch to the input from
INPUT A jacks
INPUT B
Switch to the input from
INPUT B jacks
INPUT VIDEO
Switch to the input from
VIDEO jacks
Note
If you have programmed the remote to control non-Sony
components, note the following:
— All the items may not appear when you select a component.
— All the items displayed may not function.
z To perform title and set up menu operations on the DVD
player
3 Move the easy scroll key to select “TITLE” (for the title menu)
or “SET UP” (for the set up menu), then press the key to enter
the selection.
4 Open up the cover on the remote and move the easy scroll key
to select ”DVD” from the CURSOR TYPE list, then press the
key to enter the selection.
5 Use the cursor buttons and the EXECUTE button to perform
menu operations on the DVD player.
To exit the menu operation
1 Close the cover on the remote.
2 Press SUB.
INPUT SELEC
Switch to the input from
VIDEO IN or S VIDEO IN
jacks
MEMORY
Store the adjusted data in
memory
BRIGHT +
Adjust the brightness
3 Move the easy scroll key to select “TITLE” or “SET UP”, then
press the key to enter the selection.
To display the DVD menu, use the MENU button. For details,
see “qk MENU button” on page 7.
BRIGHT –
CONTRAST +
Adjust the contrast
CONTRAST –
ZOOM +
ZOOM –
SHIFT +
SHIFT –
FOCUS +
FOCUS –
Adjust the zoom of the
picture
Adjust the lens shift of the
picture
Adjust the focus of the
picture
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Location of Parts and Basic Remote Operations
a) “SIDE A/B” appears for non-Sony LD players.
b) Only with Sony TVs with the picture-in-picture function.
c) Only with Sony TVs that supports the wide-picture mode.
d) Only with the Sony CD changer.
Component
Using the Lists
This chapter describes how to display
and use various lists. It also includes
a chart showing all of the various lists.
Easy scroll
key
Brief descriptions of buttons for list
operations
SOUND FIELD button: Press to display the sound field
list. Press again to revert back to the component
information.
FUNCTION button: Press to display the function
(component) list. Press again to revert back to the
component information.
SET UP button: Press to display the set up list. Press
again to revert back to the component information.
Easy scroll key: While displaying a list, move this key up
or down to select an item from the list, then press the key
to enter the selection.
12
Chart of Lists
See the treelike chart below for the list hierarchy. Details on how to access each list is given from page 14. Some items have
sub-lists that appear when you press the SUB button (see pages 10 and 11).
The configuration of the lists will vary depending on the receiver.
VIDEO1
Using the Lists
VIDEO2
.
.
.
MD/TAPE*
Press
Deck A/B status information**
CD
FUNCTION
TUNER
Preset station number list
PHONO
.
.
.
USER1
USER2
MACRO1
MACRO2
2ND AUDIO
Press
SOUND FIELD
Sound field list
IR SET
Press
IR SET list
CATEGORY list
MAKER list
MACRO 1/2 list
PROGRAM list
CATEGORY list
MAKER list
SET UP
AUTO POWER
FUNCTION list
TV INPUT list
BACK LIGHT
ALL CLEAR
* TAPE (for RM-LP204M).
** When TAPE is selected.
13
Selecting a Component
Basic procedure for selecting a component
Do the procedure below to select a component from the
function list. Note that the components contained in the
list will vary depending on the receiver.
Using the Lists
1
Press FUNCTION.
The function list appears. The items in the list
correspond with the jacks on the receiver.
C D
TUNER
PHONO
2
Move the easy scroll key to select a component
from the list, then press the key to enter the
selection.
Information about the component appears in the
display window.
A display example
<
C D
>
CD
Sony
Selected component
Category
Maker of the component
z You can modify the category indication
The category indication tells you what component is actually
connected to the jacks on the receiver. If a component is
connected to jacks for which they are not originally meant, you
can modify the category indication to match the component. For
details, see “Programming the Remote” on page 16.
z You can turn on components automatically
You can set the remote to automatically turn on a component
when it is selected from the function list. For details, see “Using
the auto power function” on page 19.
z When selecting the MD/TAPE function on the receiver using
RM-LP204M
You can select either the TAPE or the MD function on the remote.
We recommend programming the category of the component
connected to the MD/TAPE jacks on the receiver to both the
TAPE and the MD function on the remote.
Depending on the component that you selected, you may
have to do an additional procedure, or you may be able to
obtain detailed information about the component by
doing an additional procedure. For details, see
“Additional procedures after selecting a component” on
this page.
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Additional procedures after selecting a
component
If you have selected tuner
Do the procedure below after you have selected the tuner.
1
Move the easy scroll key.
The preset station number list appears.
2
Move the easy scroll key to select the preset
station, then press the key to enter the selection.
Selecting a Sound Field
If you selected the tape deck
Move the easy scroll key to display the information about
deck A or B.
Do the procedure below to select a sound field from the
sound field list. Note that the sound fields contained in
each list will vary depending on the receiver.
Note
1
If you selected the 2ND AUDIO source
Move the easy scroll key to select the source of 2ND
AUDIO, then press the key.
Note
Depending on the component you are using, the component may
not have the “2ND AUDIO” function. For details, refer to the
Operating Instructions supplied with your receiver.
Press SOUND FIELD.
The sound field list appears.
Stadium
Game
Jazz
2
Move the easy scroll key to select the sound field,
then press the key to enter the selection.
A display example
CINEMA EX. A
CINEMA EX. B
CINEMA EX. C
To turn off the sound field
Move the easy scroll key to select either “2CH STEREO”
or “A.F.D.” in the sound field list in the display.
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Using the Lists
When the remote is programmed to control a non-Sony tape
deck, the following may occur:
— The information about deck B is not displayed and you
cannot switch between tape deck A and B.
— “TAPE A/B” is displayed and tape deck A and B switch
automatically each time you press the easy scroll key, etc.
Programming the Remote
Using the Lists
You can customize the remote to match the components
connected to your receiver. You can even program the
remote to control non-Sony components and also Sony
components that the remote is normally unable to control.
The procedure below uses as an example a case in which a
Kenwood LD player is connected to the VIDEO 2 jacks on
the receiver.
Before you begin note that:
— You cannot change the settings of TUNER and
PHONO.
— The remote can control only components that accept
infrared wireless control signals.
5
Move the easy scroll key to select the maker of the
component (“Kenwood,” for example), then press
the key to enter the selection.
When programming the remote to control
Sony component
Select “Sony.”
Programming is now completed.
To cancel programming
Move the easy scroll key to select “EXIT” from the IR SET
list, or “CANCEL” from the CATEGORY list or MAKER
list, then press the key to enter the selection.
Be sure to turn on the receiver and point the remote
towards the receiver when performing the following
procedure.
z You can freely assign any component to USER 1 and 2 items
in the IR SET list
1
1 Do Steps 1 and 2 in “Programming the Remote”.
Press SET UP.
The set up list appears.
IR SET
AUTO POWER
BACK LIGHT
2
Move the easy scroll key to select “IR SET,” then
press the key to enter the selection.
The IR SET list appears.
<IR SET>
[ VIDEO1 ]
[ VIDEO2 ]
3
Move the easy scroll key to select the component
(“VIDEO 2,” for example), then press the key to
enter the selection.
The CATEGORY list appears.
CATEGORY?
VCR
T V
4
Move the easy scroll key to select the category
(i.e., the component that is actually connected to
the corresponding jacks; in this case, “LD”), then
press the key to enter the selection.
The MAKER list appears.
MAKER?
Sony
DENON
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2 Move the easy scroll key to select “USER 1” or “USER 2,” then
press the key to enter the selection.
3 Continue from Step 3 in “Programming the Remote” to select
the category and maker of the component.
Performing Several Commands in Sequence Automatically
(Macro Play)
5
The Macro Play function lets you link several IR codes in
a sequential order as a single command. The remote
provides 2 macro lists (MACRO 1 and 2). You can specify
up to 8 IR codes for each macro list.
Press SET UP.
The set up list appears.
6
IR SET
AUTO POWER
BACK LIGHT
2
Move the easy scroll key to select “IR SET,” then
press the key to enter the selection.
The IR SET list appears.
FUNCTION?
NO SET
WAIT TIME
7
<IR SET>
[ MACRO1 ]
[ MACRO2 ]
3
Move the easy scroll key to select “MACRO 1” (or
“MACRO 2”), then press the key to enter the
selection.
The PROGRAM list appears.
Program No.?
Macro 1-1
Macro 1-2
4
Move the easy scroll key to select the macro step
number (“Macro 1-1” for example) then press the
key to enter the selection.
The CATEGORY list appears.
CATEGORY?
VCR
TV
Move the easy scroll key to select the maker, then
press the key to enter the selection. For preprogrammed functions, “*” is displayed in front of
the function, for example, “* PLAY”.
The FUNCTION list appears.
Move the easy scroll key to select the IR code for
the operation you want to perform, then press the
key to enter the selection.
The PROGRAM list reappears.
Program No.?
Macro 1-1
Macro 1-2
8
Repeat steps 4 through 7 to program up to 8 IR
codes.
When you have finished programming IR codes,
select “EXIT” in step 7.
To cancel programming
Move the easy scroll key to select “EXIT” or “CANCEL”
during any step, then press the key to enter the selection.
To erase a programmed IR code
Move the easy scroll key to select “NO SET” from the
FUNCTION list, then press the key to enter the selection.
To turn off all connected Sony components
(SYSTEM STANDBY)
Move the easy scroll key to select “ALL OFF” from the
FUNCTION list, then press the key to enter the selection.
However, this function cannot apply to some Sony
components.
To delay the output of an IR code
Move the easy scroll key to select “WAIT TIME” from the
FUNCTION list, then press the key to enter the selection.
This allows you to specify a 1 to 10 second delay (in
1 second increments) before outputting the IR code.
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Using the Lists
MAKER?
Sony VTR1
Sony VTR2
Setting the sequence of IR codes
1
Move the easy scroll key to select the component
category (“VCR” for example) then press the key to
enter the selection.
The MAKER list appears.
Performing Several Commands in Sequence
Other Operations
Automatically (Macro Play)
Starting macro play
1
Press FUNCTION.
The function list appears.
Using the Lists
C D
TUNER
PHONO
2
Turning the backlight on or off
Each time you press a button on the remote, the backlight
turns on. If you do the procedure below to turn off the
backlight, you can make the batteries last longer.
1
Press SET UP.
The set up list appears.
2
Move the easy scroll key to select “BACK LIGHT,”
then press the key to enter the selection.
The BACK LIGHT list appears .
Move the easy scroll key to select “MACRO 1” or
“MACRO 2”, then press the key to enter the
selection.
The IR codes appear in the display window as they are
performed.
<BACK LIGHT>
ON
OFF
Notes
• Pressing any of the following buttons during a macro play
operation will cancel the macro play sequence before it is
complete.
– AV ?/1
– ?/1
– SYSTEM STANDBY
– SOUND FIELD
– FUNCTION
– SET UP
• When the Macro Play function does not work properly, set
“WAIT TIME” between each operation.
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3
Move the easy scroll key to select “ON” or “OFF,”
then press the key to enter the selection.
Clearing all the contents of remote‘s
memory
Be sure to turn on the receiver and point the remote
towards the receiver when performing the following
procedure.
1
Press SET UP.
The set up list appears.
2
Move the easy scroll key to select “ALL CLEAR”,
then press the key to enter the selection.
3
Move the easy scroll key to select “YES”, then press
the key to enter the selection.
“CLEAR OK?” appears.
4
Move the easy scroll key to select “YES” again,
then press the key.
All the contents of the remote’s memory (i.e., all the
programmed data) are cleared.
Using the auto power function
1
Press SET UP.
The set up list appears.
2
Move the easy scroll key to select “AUTO POWER”,
then press the key to enter the selection.
The AUTO POWER list appears .
Using the Lists
With the auto power function turned on, the commander
sends numerous codes to the appropriate Sony AV
components when you select a video function.
Automatically, the components and the TV you have done
IR setting turn on and the TV switches to the selected
input mode. This function works for Sony components
only.
<AUTO POWER>
ON
OFF
3
Move the easy scroll key to select “ON” or “OFF”,
then press the key to enter the selection.
4
When you select “ON”, move the easy scroll key to
select the video input of the TV, then press the key
to enter the selection.
<TV INPUT>
TV-VIDEO1
TV-VIDEO2
Note
Switching to VIDEO 1~4 input may not be automatic on all Sony
TVs. This is because some TVs cannot receive remote control
codes immediately after being turned on.
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Additional
Information
Troubleshooting
If you experience any of the following difficulties while
using the remote, use this troubleshooting guide to help
you remedy the problem. Should any problem persist,
consult your nearest Sony dealer.
The remote does not function.
, Point the remote at the remote sensor on the
receiver.
, Remove any obstacles in the path between the
remote and the receiver.
, Replace all the batteries in the remote with new
ones, if they are weak.
, Make sure you select the correct function on the
remote.
, When you operate a programmed non-Sony
component, the remote may not function properly
depending on the model and the make of the
component.
E appears in the display window of the remote.
, The batteries are running out. Replace all the
batteries with new ones.
The function names that appear in the display
windows of the receiver and the remote are
different.
, Select the correct function using the remote.
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Specifications
General
Remote control system
Infrared control
Power requirements
4.5 V DC with three LR6 (sizeAA) alkaline batteries
Dimensions
175 × 62 × 33 mm
Mass (approx.)
135 g excluding batteries
Additional Information
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
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Sony Corporation
Printed in Malaysia
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