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New Knoxville Telephone
NKTELCO, Inc.
Goldstar Communications
301 W. South Street
PO Box 219
New Knoxville, OH 45871
PREPROGRAMMED FOR YOUR SET-TOP BOX
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New Knoxville Telephone
NKTELCO, Inc.
Goldstar Communications
INTRODUCTION
The Potenza ST Universal Remote Control by Universal
Electronics is our latest generation universal remote
control. Its sophisticated technology allows you to
consolidate up to five of your original home
entertainment remote controls into one easy-to-use
product. Moreover, its packed with advanced features
such as:
* Preprogrammed control to operate the set-top box
supplied by your service provider
* Dedicated keys to control popular functions on your
DVR/PVR (Digital/Personal Video Recorder)
* Programmable Master Power key for master on/off
control of your home entertainment equipment with
a single keystroke
* Programmable Macro Keys to allow you to activate
certain keys in a specific order
* Channel Lock to lock channel selection only to the
cable converter
* Volume Lock to lock volume controls to one mode or
individual modes
* Device Key Re-Assignment to remotely control a
second (duplicate) device
* Code Search to help program control of older or
discontinued components
* Color-coded keys to quickly locate popular
functions
* Code library for popular video and audio devices
Before using the product, you will need to install the
enclosed batteries and also perform some programming
to operate the specific home entertainment devices you
wish to control.
Please follow the instructions detailed in this manual to
set up the unit and then start enjoying your new remote
control.
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301 W. South Street
PO Box 219
New Knoxville, OH 45871
FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS
Use the illustration below to locate features on the
Potenza ST Universal Remote Control and then study the
Key Charts (on the next three pages) to learn how they
function.
To find out what type of devices can be controlled by
each device key after programming, see "Device Table."
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Key Charts
Key
Function
Key
Use SETUP for all programming
sequences.
Press POWER once to turn on or off a
home entertainment device. For
MASTER POWER control, see “Using the
Master Power Key” .
Press TV,AUD, DVD, AUX, STBonce to
select a home entertainment device to
control. Also see “Device Table” on
page 8.
(red light) that blinks upon selection
and indicates the remote control is
Each device key has an embedded LED
working and (after programming) is
sending signals.
Use GUIDE to display the program
guide.
Use INFO to display the current channel
and program information.
Use DAY+ (or DAY-) to move a day
forward (or back) on your set-top box’s
program guide.
Use the Cursor keys to move the cursor
in the program guide and menu screens
and to navigate within the interactive
service.
Use OK to choose options, PPV events,
and to tune to programs from the
program guide.
Use PAGE+ (or PAGE-) to page up (or
page down) through menu screens and
the program guide.
Use EXIT to exit out of your set-top box’s
menu and guide.
Use VOL+(or VOL-) to raise (or lower)
the audio volume.
Use FAV to cycle through your favorite
channels stored in your set-top box.
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B
C
Function
Use CH+(orCH-) to select the next
higher (or lower) channel.
For DVD players, use these keys to skip
forward (or reverse) through chapters.
For amplifiers/receivers, use these keys
to select the next higher (or lower)
preset station.
Press MUTE once to turn the sound off
or on.
Press LAST once to recall the last
channel.
Press Video On Demand
to access Video on Demand services.
Use A,B,C, and D to access additional
D features on your set-top box (see set-top
box manual for details).
Use
to command your PVR/DVR
set-top box to instantly replay the last 7
seconds of a program you are watching.
Press LIVE to command your PVR/DVR
set-top box to return to watching live
TV.
Press LIST once to display a list of
recorded shows on your PVR/DVR settop box.
In all modes except STB, use REW, STOP
FFWD,PAUSE, and PLAY to control a
VCR, DVD player, or a PVR (after
selecting a desired device). To record
in the VCR mode, press REC twice.
In the STB mode, use these keys to
control the DVR/PVR functions of the
set-top box.
Use the keypad numbers (1-9, and 0) to
directly tune channels (e.g., 09).
For amplifiers/receivers, use the keypad
numbers to select inputs 1 through 10.
Press ASPECT once to change the aspect
ratio of the show you
. are watching. (Not
available on all set-top boxes)
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Key
Function
Press SHIFT to access additional set-top
box features (see your set-top box’s
manual).
PIP turns the Picture-In-Picture feature
on or off (if available on your TV or settop box).
SWAP is used to switch PIP images and
sound between the main and window
pictures.
MOVE moves the PIP window to
different positions on your TV screen.
PIP CH+ and CH- are used to select the
next higher or lower channel and is
displayed on your PIP window.
INPUT in STB mode is used to view other
video sources ( A or B). In other modes,
use INPUT to switch between the source
inputs on the device you are controlling.
MACRO 1 and MACRO 2 are reserved for
use as macro keys (See “Programming
Macro Keys” on page 20.).
Device Table
NOTE: Please refer to the table below when
performing the instructions in
“Programming Device Control” on page 9 or
“Setting Up a Combo Unit” on page 11.
After programming, the Potenza ST Universal
Remote Control will be able to control the
following type of devices:
Controls these types of devices
VCR, TV/VCR Combo, PVR (Personal
Video Recorder), or extra DVD Player
DVD Player, or extra VCR, TV/VCR
Combo or PVR
Audio Amplifier, Tuner, or Receiver
Television
Set-top box
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INSTALLING BATTERIES
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2
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1 On the back of the remote control, push the
tab and lift off the battery cover.
2 Locate the two (2) enclosed AA batteries.
Match the + and - marks with those in the
battery case, then insert them.
3 Align the covers keys with the cases holes and
press the cover back into place. The tab should
click when the cover is locked.
4 Test the remote control by pressing any mode
key (e.g., TV ). If the batteries are inserted
correctly, the LED (red light) will blink once.
NOTE:
When batteries need replacement, the remote
control will cease to operate. Replace the
batteries and the unit will be restored to its
full functionality, complete with your favorite
settings.
PROGRAMMING DEVICE CONTROL
The Potenza ST Universal Remote Control is
preprogrammed to operate the set-top box provided by
your television service provider, an RCA TV, a Toshiba
DVD player, an RCA VCR, and a Pioneer audio receiver.
To control devices other than the default brands,
perform the following steps; otherwise skip this section.
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NOTES:
For control of a Combo device (for example, a
TV/VCR combo), skip this section and perform the instructions on “Setting Up a Combo
Unit” on page 11. Also refer to “Device Table”
on page 8 to find out which devices can be
programmed onto each device key.
If you have another brand of set-top box you
would like to control, you’ll need to unlock the
STB ID Lock before changing the set-top box
code (see “Programming ID Lock” on page 19)
1. Turn on a device and, if applicable, insert
video media, (e.g., cassette or disc).
Please read steps 2 through 5 completely
before proceeding. Highlight or write down
the codes and device you wish to program
before moving on to step 2.
2. On the remote control, press a device key once
(i.e., VCR, DVD, AUD, TV, or STB); it will blink
once.
3. Press and hold SETUP until the selected mode
key blinks twice, then release SETUP.
4 Use the “Manufacturer’s Codes” starting on
page 27) to locate the type of device and
brand name and then enter the first four-digit
code for your device. If performed correctly,
the selected mode key will blink twice.
If the selected mode key emits a long blink,
the entry is invalid. Repeat steps 2 through 4
and try entering the same code again.
5. Aim the remote control at the device and
press POWER once. The device should turn
off. If it does not, repeat steps 2 through 4,
trying each code for your brand until you find
one that works. If it still does not respond, try
searching for the code (see “Searching for
Your Code” on page 12).
If the device does not have a POWER key (e.g.,
DVD and VCR), press the(Play) key.
6. Repeat steps 1 through 5 for each device you
want the remote control to operate. For future
reference, write down each working device
code in the boxes on the following page.
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VCR Code
Device Type:___________________
DVD Code
Device Type:___________________
AUD Code
Device Type:___________________
STB Code
Device Type:___________________
TV Code
Device Type:___________________
SETTING UP A COMBO UNIT
If you own a combo unit such as a TV/VCR Combo or a
TV/DVD Combo, you need to follow special steps to set
it up. Perform the following instructions to control
combo device:
1. For a TV/VCR Combo, turn on your TV/VCR
Combo and insert a video cassette. (For a TV/
DVD Combo, insert a DVD).
2. On the remote control, press VCR once; it will
blink once. Then press and hold SETUP until
the VCR key blinks twice.
3. Use the “Manufacturer’s Codes” starting on
page 27 to locate the brand name and enter
the first four-digit code for your combo device
(for example, TV/VCR). If you perform this
procedure correctly, the VCR key will blink twice.
If the VCR key did not blink twice after entering the codes last digit, repeat steps 2 through
3 and try entering the same code again.
If you’ve located a setup code that works for
your combo device (for example, a TV/VCR
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Combo) and a separate TV code is also listed,
you’ll need to program this code into the
remote control to access volume control (see
“Programming Device Control” starting on
page 9).
4. Aim the remote control at your combo device
(for example, TV/VCR Combo) and press
POWER once. The device should turn off. If it
does not respond, repeat steps 2 through 3,
trying each code listed for your brand until
you find one that works. If it still does not
respond, try searching for the code
(“Searching for Your Code”).
5. For future reference, write down each working
device code in the boxes below:
TV/VCR or TV/DVD Code
TV Code (if used)
SEARCHING FOR YOUR CODE
If your home entertainment device does not respond
to the Potenza ST Universal Remote Control after
trying all of the codes listed for your brand, or if
your brand is not listed at all, try searching for your
code.
For example, to search for a code for your TV:
1. Turn on your TV.
2. On the remote control, press TV once; it will
blink once. Then press and hold SETUP until
the TV key blinks twice.
3. Type 9 9 1 . The TV key will blink twice.
4. Aim the remote control at the TV and press
POWER once.
5. Press and release the CH+ key continuously,
then stop when the TV turns off.
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In the search mode, the remote control will
send IR codes from its library to the selected
device, starting with the most popular code
first.
6. Press POWER . The TV should turn on, then
press SETUPonce to lock in the code. The LED
will blink twice to indicate that the code is
saved.
If the TV does not turn on during step 6, then
slowly press and release CH- to go back
through the codes, then press SETUP
when the TV turns on.
7. To search for the codes of your other devices,
repeat steps 1 through 6, but substitute the
appropriate key (e.g., VCR, DVD, AUD, STB )
for the device you are searching for.
CHECKING THE CODES
If you have set up your remote control by searching for
your device code (on the previous page), you may need
to find out which four-digit code is operating your
equipment.
:
For example, to find out which code is operating
your TV
1. On the remote control, press TV once; it will
blink once. Then press and hold SETUP until
the TV key blinks twice.
2. Enter 9 9 0. The TV key will blink twice.
3. To view the code for the first digit, press 1
once. Count the number of times the TV key
blinks (e.g., 3 blinks = 3) and write down the
number in the leftmost TV Code box.
If a code digit is 0, the selected mode key will
not blink.
4. Repeat step 3 three more times for the
remaining digits. Use 2 for the second digit, 3
for the third digit, and 4 for the fourth digit.
Finish writing down the code in the TV Code
boxes on page 11.
5. To check for other device codes, repeat steps 1
through 4, but substitute the appropriate key
(e.g., VCR, DVD, AUD,or STB) for the device
you are checking. Write down the codes in the
appropriate boxes.
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USING LEARNING
The Potenza ST Universal Remote Control includes
a Learning feature (not available on all models)
so you can add functions that are unique to your
. (e.g.,VCR Tracking
home entertainment devices
Up or Down).
However, there are some considerations.
Learning Precautions
• Your original remote controls must be in
working order for learning to work properly.
• Learned keys are mode-specific, so each one
can store a unique function for each mode.
• Do not use the following keys for learning:
Keys, SETUP, Record (•), Tune-In Keys Device .
• Learning capacity is approximately 16 to 25
keys, depending on the code being learned.
•
Certain device functions are not learnable
including multi-frequency types, some high
frequency ones, and other unusual formats.
• For optimum learning, avoid high levels of
ambient light such as natural sunlight or
energy-efficient fluorescent lights.
NOTE: Please have your original remote controls
handy before programming learning.
Programming a Learned Key
NOTE: If more than 15 seconds pass between key
presses, the remote exits programming.
1. Press and hold SETUP until the last-selected
mode key blinks twice, then press 9 7 5 .
4. Place the Potenza ST Remote Control head-tohead (about 2" apart) from your original
remote control. Also locate the key (on your
original remote control) that you want the
Potenza ST Universal Remote Control to learn.
2"
5. On the original remote, press and hold the key
to be learned. The Potenza ST Remote
Control’s LED will blink rapidly, then turn off.
Continue holding the key on the original
remote until the LED blinks twice.
If the LED displays one long blink, a learning
error has occurred. Try repeating this step
again until a successful capture occurs. If the
function is still not captured, press and hold
SETUP to exit programming and review the
“Learning Precautions” on the previous page.
If needed, also see “Troubleshooting” on
page 24. After review, start programming
again at step 1.
6. Repeat steps 2 through 5 for another mode
and/or key or press and hold SETUP until the
active mode key LED blinks twice to exit
programming.
Deleting a Single Learning Key
This process returns the key to its original
programming for the mode you select. You can
also delete learned programming by teaching a
differnet function to the key.
NOTE:
If the LED displays one long flash instead,
either your batteries are low, or the Potenza ST
Universal Remote Control has a memory fault.
2. Press a mode key once (i.e., VCR, DVD, AUD,
TV, or STB ) to assign a mode for learning.
3. Press the desired key on the Potenza ST once
to store the feature to be learned.
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(see “Programming a Learned Key” on page 14)
NOTE: If more than 15 seconds pass between key
presses, the remote exits programming.
1. Press and hold SETUP until the last-selected
mode key blinks twice, then press 9 7 6.
2. Press a mode key once (i.e., VCR, DVD, AUD,
TV, or STB). The LED on the selected mode
key will blink once.
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3. Press the key containing the learned function
to be deleted twice. The active MODE key will
blink twice.
4. Repeat steps 2 through 3 for another key or
press and hold SETUP
to exit programming.
Unlocking Channel Control
1. On the remote control, press STB once; it will
blink once. Press and hold SETUP until the
STB key blinks twice.
Deleting All Learned Keys in a Specific Mode
If more than 15 seconds pass between key
presses, the remote exits programming.
3. Press CH- once. The STB key will blink four
times.
1. Press and hold SETUP until the last-selected
mode key blinks twice, then press 9 7 6.
2. Press a mode key twice (i.e., VCR, DVD, AUD,
TV,or STB) to clear all the learned keys for that
mode. The mode key LED blinks twice.
3. Repeat step 2 for another mode or press and
hold SETUP to exit programming.
PROGRAMMING CHANNEL CONTROL LOCK
By default, the remote control’s channel-control
capabilities are locked to the set-top box. The affected
keys are 1 through 0 , CH-, CH+ , and LAST. This will
guarantee that you do not inadvertently change a
channel on your TV or VCR. However, you can deactivate this feature to allow full access to these keys
in the TV and VCR modes.
NOTE: This feature does not affect the AUD mode.
2. Enter 9 7 3 . The STB key will blink twice.
Now the remote control will provide TV and VCR
channel-control capabilities while in the TV or
VCR mode.
Locking Channel Control to STB
1. On the remote control, press STB once; it will
blink once. Press and hold SETUP until the
STB key blinks twice.
2. Enter 9 7 3.The STB key will blink twice.
3. Press CH+ once. The STB key will blink twice.
Now, regardless of what mode you select
( except AUD )
the channel keys will only change channels on
your set-top box.
CHANGING VOLUME LOCK
Volume Lock allows you to control the volume
through the device identified as having your primary
speakers, regardless of which mode you are using.
On the Potenza ST Remote Control, Global Volume
Lock is set to TV , so you can control TV volume
while in the VCR , DVD, TV or STB mode. You can
perform Individual Volume Unlock on a
selected device to set its volume control for
independent operation.
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The audio mode’s ( AUD) volume controls are
active regardless of Volume Lock settings.
However, if you lock the volume controls to
the AUD mode, you will have control of the
audio device’s volume in all other modes (i.e.,
VCR, DVD, TV , and STB). This can be an advantage if, for example, you always listen to home
entertainment devices through your receiver’s
speakers.
Unlocking Volume Control for a Single Device
(Individual Volume Unlock)
1. Assuming Global Volume Lock is active, select
a mode on the remote control that you want to
unlock (e.g., STB ) and press it once. Next,
press and hold SETUP until the device key
blinks twice.
2. Enter 9 9 3. The last-selected device key will
blink twice.
3. Press VOL- once. The last-selected device key
will blink four times.
4. Repeat steps 1 through 3 for each device you
want volume to be unlocked.
Now, after you select a device that has volume
unlocked (e.g., STB ), pressing VOL+, VOL- ,or MUTE
will control only that device’s volume.
Unlocking All Volume Control (Global Volume Unlock)
Performing these instructions will set independent
volume control for all programmed devices.
1. On the remote control, press and hold SETUP
until the last-selected device key blinks twice.
2. Enter 9 9 3 . The last-selected device key will
blink twice.
3. Press VOL+ once. The last-selected device key
will blink four times.
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Locking Volume Control To One Mode (Global
Volume Lock)
The audio mode’s volume controls are active
regardless of Volume Lock settings. However,
if you lock the volume controls to the AUD
mode, you will control the audio device’s volume
in all other modes (i.e., VCR, DVD, or TV, CBL )
This can be an advantage if, for example,
you always listen to home entertainment
devices through your receiver’s speakers.
1. On the remote control, press and hold SETUP
until the last-selected device key blinks twice.
2. Enter 9 9 3. The last-selected device key will
blink twice.
3. Select a mode (e.g., TV or AUD ) which you
want to use to control the volume. The
selected device key will blink twice.
Now, when you press VOL+, VOL-,or MUTE,
the volume of the selected device (e.g., TV )
is controlled regardless of mode.
PROGRAMMING ID LOCK
The Potenza ST Universal Remote Control is
locked at the factory to operate your service
provider's set-top box. However, if you have
another brand or model of set-top box or
satellite service that you would like to control,
then you'll need to perform the following steps
to unlock the ID Lock, enter a new manufacturer
code, and lock the ID Lock again.
1. Turn on the set-top box.
2. On the remote control, press STB once; it will
blink once. Then press and hold SETUP
until the STB key blinks twice.
3. Enter 9 8 2 . The STB key will blink four
times, indicating ID Lock is unlocked.
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4. Perform the instructions under
“Programming Device Control” to
program device control for the desired cable
converter or satellite receiver.
When you are done, perform steps 5 and 6 on
this page to again lock the ID Lock.
5. On the remote control, press STB once; it will
blink once. Then press and hold SETUP
until the STB key blinks twice.
6. Enter 9 8 2
The STB key will blink twice,
indicating ID Lock is again locked.
PROGRAMMING MACRO KEYS
The Potenza ST Universal Remote Control includes two
macro keys (located directly below the MUTE and LAST
keys). Macro keys allow you to set up key macros to
activate certain keys in a specific order. For example, you
can set up a key macro to change the channels on your
TV, raise or lower the volume, and start recording on
your VCR, all with the touch of one key. If you want to
change the macros stored in a previously-programmed
macro key, you’ll need to clear the key first (see
“Clearing a Macro Key” on page 21).
Programming a Macro Key
1. On the remote control, press and hold SETUP
until it blinks twice.
2. Enter 9 9 5 . The SETUP key blinks twice.
3. Select a macro key (for example, F1 ) and
press it once.
4. Press the key sequence you want to program
into the macro. For example, to turn on your
TV and raise its volume, press the TV mode
key once, followed by pressing the VOL+
key once.
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You can program up to 15 key presses into one
macro.
5. Press and hold SETUP until it blinks twice.
6. To add another macro, repeat steps 1 through
5, substituting the new key sequence to be
added in step 4.
NOTE:
Programming more than five macros on the
same macro key overwrites previous settings.
Clearing a Macro Key
1. On the remote control, press and hold SETUP
until it blinks twice.
2. Enter 9 9 5. The SETUP key blinks twice.
3. Press the macro key you want to clear once.
4. Press and hold SETUP until the active mode
key blinks twice.
This macro key is now clear and ready for
reprogramming (see “Programming a Macro Key” on
page 20). If desired, repeat these to clear another TuneIn key.
USING THE MASTER POWER KEY
The Potenza ST Remote Control has a unique feature
that allows you to sequentially turn up to five of your
home entertainment devices on or off with a single
key press.
NOTE: MASTER POWER (POWER) only works in the
STB mode. If it is not programmed, only the
set-top box will turn on or off. In any other
mode, pressing MASTER POWER (POWER)
once will turn the selected device on or off.
Programming the Master Power Key
1. On the remote control, press and hold SETUP
until the last-selected device key blinks twice.
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2. Enter 9 9 5 . The last-selected device key
blinks twice.
3. Press POWER once.
4. For the first device you want in the power on
sequence, press a device key (e.g., STB ) once.
Then press POWER once. For the second
device in the power sequence, press its key
once (e.g, TV ). Then press POWER
5. Repeat step 4 up to four more
. times to add the
second, third, fourth, and fifth device, as
desired.
6. To save the settings and exit the program:
a. Press STB once.
b. Press and hold SETUP until the
STB key blinks twice.
Using the Master Power Key
1. After programming, point the remote control
at the devices. Press STB once.
2. Press POWER once to sequentially turn the
programmed home entertainment devices on
or off.
You will see the devices turn on or off according to
the programmed sequence.
Clearing the Master Power Key
1. On the remote control, press and hold SETUP
until the last-selected device key blinks twice.
2. Enter 9 9 5 . The last-selected device key
blinks twice.
3. Press and release POWER
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4. Press and hold SETUP until the STB key blinks
twice.
RE-ASSIGNING DEVICE KEYS
The Potenza ST Universal Remote Control can be set up
to control a second device of an already-assigned type.
For example, to have the unit control a TV, a set-top box,
and two audio devices (for example, two audio
receivers), re-assign the unused VCR key to operate the
second audio device as follows:
NOTE: VCR is preset at the factory to control an RCA
VCR. Performing the steps below will overwrite those settings.
1. On the remote control, press VCR once; it will
blink once. Then press and hold SETUP
until the VCR key blinks twice.
2. Enter 9 9 2. The VCR key will blink twice.
3. Press AUD once, then press VCR once. The
VCR key will blink twice.
The VCR key is now ready to be programmed for
your second audio device. See “Programming
Device Control” on page 9. To re-assign other device
keys, repeat these and substitute the key sequence
using the following chart:
NOTE:
Only one device can be assigned to an unused
device key at a time.
To Re-Assign
VCR as 2nd
AUD key
VCR as 2nd
TV key
VCR as 2nd
STB key
VCR back to
VCR
Perform Key Sequence
VCR Æ SETUP Æ 9 Æ 9 Æ 2 Æ AUD Æ VCR
VCR Æ SETUP Æ 9 Æ 9 Æ 2 Æ TV Æ VCR
VCR Æ SETUP Æ 9 Æ 9 Æ 2 Æ STB Æ VCR
VCR Æ SETUP Æ 9 Æ 9 Æ 2 Æ VCR Æ VCR
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To re-assign another unused device key, substitute it for
the VCR key above and then perform the sequence. For
example, to re-assign an unused AUD key as a second
DVD key, perform
AUDÆSETUP Æ9Æ9 2 Æ ÆDVD
. ÆAUD
When a re-assignment is done, the selected device key
(e.g., AUD) will blink twice to confirm your choice. At
that time, you will need to program device control (see
“Programming Device Control”
CLEARING CUSTOM PROGRAMMING
The Potenza ST Remote Control contains a Custom
Programming Reset program. You can use it to remove
all custom programming, except your setup codes and
reassigned device keys.
IMPORTANT:
Executing this program will erase all custom settings for Volume Lock, Learned Keys,
Tune-In Keys, and Channel Lock. However,
your device programming remains.
1. On the remote control, press and hold SETUP
until the last-selected device key blinks twice.
2. Enter 9 8 0. The last-selected device key
blinks twice, pauses, and blinks twice again to
confirm that all custom programming is
cleared.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM: Device key does not blink when you press a
key.
SOLUTION: Replace the batteries with two (2) new AA
batteries (see “Installing Batteries”
PROBLEM: Device key blinks when you press a key, but
home entertainment device does not respond.
SOLUTION: Make sure you are aiming the remote control
at your home entertainment device and that you are
within 15 feet of the device you are trying to control.
PROBLEM: The remote control does not control home
entertainment devices or commands are not performing
properly.
SOLUTION: Try all listed codes for the device brand
being set up. Make sure all devices can be operated with
an infrared remote control.
PROBLEM: TV/VCR Combo does not respond properly.
SOLUTION: Use the VCR codes for your brand. Some
combo units may require both a TV code and a VCR
code for full operation (see page 11).
PROBLEM: No volume on a second TV.
SOLUTION: Follow instructions under “Changing
Volume Lock” on page 17.
PROBLEM: PLAY and STOP keys do not work on a
Motorola DCT-2000 cable converter.
SOLUTION: Re-program the STB key for cable code 0476
(see “Programming Device Control” on page 9).
ADB Remote Functions
PROBLEM: Tried Search Method and still could not find
a working code.
SOLUTION: Try the Search Method again after clearing
out the device key as follows:
a. Press and hold SETUP until device key blinks twice.
b. Enter 9 9 2
c. Press and release the device key to be cleared twice.
.
control does not turn on Sony or
PROBLEM: Remote
programming TV codes on the remote control. For Sony,
Sharp TV/VCR Combo.
SOLUTION: For power on, these products require
use TV code 0000 and VCR code 0032. For Sharp, use
TV code 0093 and VCR code 0048.
FCC NOTICE
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
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
interference in a residential installation. This equipment
and if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications.
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
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.
This equipment has been verified to comply with the
limits for a class B computing device, pursuant to FCC
Rules. In order to maintain compliance with FCC
regulations, shielded cables must be used with this
equipment. Operation with non-approved equipment or
unshielded cables is likely to result in interference to
radio and TV reception. The user is cautioned that
changes and modifications made to the equipment
without the approval of manufacturer could void the
user’s authority to operate this equipment.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
This product does not have any user-serviceable parts.
Opening the case, except for the battery cover, may cause
permanent damage to your Potenza ST Universal Remote
Control.
12
Programming Remote Control
Using the Master Power Key
R
Next press
SE
CU T U
R
R
to exit programming.
Volume Lock
Enter one of the codes from the list. If the code was correct the
mode key blinks twice. If not, the key emits one long blink. Then, The remote control enables you to control volume level of different devices
you will have to repeat steps 2 and 3 until entering the correct without selecting the mode key for each device. For example: if you are
watching a film on your DVD player, you can adjust the volume for your TV
code.
set, without pressing the TV mode key on your remote control.
Press
. If the device has turned off, you have chosen the right
To set the Volume Lock for your TV:
code. If none of the codes work, try Automatic Search.
Press and hold
P
1.
Automatic Search
SE
CU T U
R
4.
until the device key blinks 6.
P
3.
SE
CU T U
P
want to handle and then hold
twice.
P
Your remote has a feature that enables you to sequentially turn up to five
devices on and off with a single key press. This functionality works only if
Your remote control can handle several devices. However, first you have the remote control is in STB mode.
SE
CU T U
to set up your remote control for your equipment. You can do it in one of 1.
Press
until the last selected mode key blinks twice.
the following ways:
. The last selected mode key will blink twice.
Press
2.
Brand Setup
.
Press
3.
First, find the manufacturer of your equipment on the Brand Codes list. If
Press the mode key for the device you would like to turn on first
the manufacturer’s brand is not listed, go to Automatic Search below. To 4.
and press
. Then press the mode key for the second device to
set up your remote control follow these steps:
turn on and once again
. Repeat the steps until adding all the
Turn the device on.
1.
devices you want to be operated.
X
depending on what mode you 5.
Press
2.
/
/
/
/
.
To save settings press
until the last selected mode key blinks twice.
4.
Aim the remote at the device and press
5.
Press
6.
Press
/
.
repeatedly until the device is switched off.
Press
4.
Then press the
. The mode key blinks twice.
key and the mode key will blink four times.
Now being in DVD mode, you will be able to control VOL+/- or MUTE
functions of your DVD only (provided it has volume control).
to turn the TV on.
SE
CU T U
7.
3.
P
R
R
P
. The last selected mode key will blink twice.
Press
Automatic Search should only be undertaken if none of the brand codes 2.
works or your brand name is not listed. Use the Automatic Search 3.
and the device key blinks twice.
Then press
option.
Deleting “Volume Lock” for a particular device (for example for
1.
Switch on your device. Then press appropriate mode key, for DVD)
if you want to set up a TV.
example
SE
Press
once.
1.
CU T U
SE
CU T U
Press and hold
2.
until the mode key blinks twice.
key until the mode key blinks
Press and hold down the
2.
3.
. The mode key blinks twice.
Press
twice.
R
R
To check for other device codes, repeat the above steps, but
substitute the
key with the appropriate one for the device you
are checking.
Using Learning
Your remote control includes a learning feature. It means you can transfer
some unique functions from the remote control of other device to this
remote control.
2.
SE
CU T U
R
until the last selected mode key blinks twice. Then press
.
Press the mode key. For example to transfer a function from DVD
.
remote control press
Press
Problem
Solution
Device key does not blink when
you press a key.
Replace the batteries with two (2)
new AA batteries.
Device key blinks when you press
a key, but home entertainment
device does not respond.
Make sure you are aiming the
remote control at your home
entertainment device and that
you are within 4.5 meters / 15
feet of the device you are trying
to control.
P
1.
P
P
5.
P
R
R
P
to store the code for your device. The mode key
Next, press
for all devices
blinks twice. Your remote control is now programmed to operate Deleting „Volume Lock“
SE
CU T U
your TV set.
until the last selected mode key blinks twice.
Press and hold
1.
8.
To search codes for other devices repeat steps 1 through 7, but 2.
.
Press
substitute the
key with the appropriate one for the mode you
Press the
key and the the last selected mode key will blink four
3.
are searching for.
times.
Finding Your Code
Clearing Custom Programming
If you want to know what code operates your device, you can obtain it with
You may clear the custom programming and revert to the default settings
the Device Code option. To find out the code, follow these instructions:
of the remote control. To do that, follow these steps:
SE
CU T U
1.
Switch on your device. Then press appropriate mode key, for
Press
until the last selected mode key blinks twice.
1.
example
if you want to set up a TV.
E
S
T
CU U
. The last selected mode key blinks twice,
Enter
2.
2.
until the mode key blinks twice.
Press and hold
pauses, and blinks twice again.
3.
Press
. The mode key blinks twice.
This procedure does not affect your setup codes. They remain in memory
4.
For the first digit of your code, press
and count the number of of the remote control.
times the key blinks (e.g. 2 blinks = 2). If the light does not blink, the
and count the number of
digit is 0. For the second digit press
Troubleshooting
blinks. Do the same for the remaining digits.
3.
Press the key on which the function will be stored.
4.
Place your remote control and the device remote control (e.g. your
DVD remote control) head-to-head, about 5 centimeters / 2 inches
apart.
5 cm
The remote control does not
control home entertainment
devices or commands are not
performing properly.
TV/VCR Combo does not respond
properly.
2"
2 in
5.
6.
On the device remote, press and hold the key to be learned. The
target remote control will blink rapidly and turn off. Keep holding
the key on the device remote control until the device key on the
target remote blinks twice.
Tried Search Method and still
could not find a working code.
Use the VCR codes for your brand.
Some combo units may require
both a TV code and a VCR code
for full operation.
Re-program the
code 0476.
key for cable
Try the Search Method again
after clearing out the device key
as follows:
a. Press and hold
device key blinks twice.
Once you used a particular key to store a new function on it, you may
restore the original function of the key.
b. Enter
2.
Press
R
until the last selected mode key blinks twice. Then press
.
Press the mode key (for example
). The mode key blinks twice.
3.
Press the key containing the learned function. The mode key blinks
twice.
4.
Press and hold
to exit programming.
P
R
SE
CU T U
Deleting All Learned Keys
R
Press and hold
13
P
3.
SE
CU T U
R
2.
SE
CU T U
until the last selected mode key blinks twice. Then press
.
). All the learned keys for
Press the mode key twice (for example
this mode will be cleared. The mode key blinks twice.
Press
P
1.
to exit programming.
until
.
c. Press and release the device key
to be cleared twice.
SE
CU T U
P
1.
SE
CU T U
R
Deleting a Single Learning Key
P
If the learning failed, the device key emits one long blink. You will
have to repeat step 5.
PLAY and STOP keys do not work
on a Motorola DCT-2000 cable
converter.
Try all listed codes for the device
brand being set up. Make sure all
devices can be operated with an
infrared remote control.
Remote control does not turn on
Sony or Sharp TV/VCR Combo.
For power on, these products
require programming TV codes
on the remote control. For Sony,
use TV code 0000 and VCR code
0032. For Sharp, use TV code
0093 and VCR code 0048.
Brand Codes
Daewoo
The following codes are used when configuring the remote control. First find the
manufacturer of your equipment and then try the codes one by one.
Audio
Amplifiers
Adcom
Bose
Durabrand
Elan
GE
Harman/
Kardon
JVC
Left Coast
Lenoxx
Luxman
Marantz
McIntosh
Nakamichi
NEC
Optimus
Parasound
Philips
Pioneer
Polk Audio
RCA
Realistic
Sansui
Shure
Sony
Soundesign
Victor
Wards
Yamaha
0577, 1100
0674
1561
0647
0078
0892
0331
0892
1561
0165
0892, 0321
0251
0321
0264
0395, 0823
0246
0892
0823
0892
0823
0395
0321
0264
0689, 0815,
1126
0078, 0211
0331
0078, 0211
0354, 0133
Audio Receivers
ADC
Aiwa
0531
1405, 0189,
0121, 0405,
1243, 1388,
1641
1512
1390
1563, 1615
Akai
Alco
Amphion
Media Works
AMW
1563, 1615
Anam
1609, 1074
Apex Digital 1257, 1430,
1774
Arcam
1120
Audiotronic 1189
Audiovox
1390, 1627
B&K
0701, 0820,
0840
BK
0702
Bose
1229, 1629,
1841, 1933
Cambridge 1370
Soundworks
Capetronic
0531
Carver
1189, 0189
Classic
1352
Coby
1389
Curtis Mathes 0080
Daewoo
1250
Delphi
1414
Denon
1360, 0004,
1142
Fisher
1801
Gateway
1517
Go Video
1532
Harman/
0110, 0189,
Kardon
0891, 1304,
1306
Hitachi
1801
Integra
0135, 1298,
1320
JBL
0110, 1306
JVC
1374, 1495,
1811, 1871
Kenwood
1313, 1570,
1569, 0186
KLH
1390, 1412,
1428
Koss
1366, 1497
Lasonic
1798
LG
1293
Linn
0189
Liquid Video 1497
Magnavox
1189, 1269,
0189, 0391,
0531, 1514
Marantz
1189, 1269,
0189, 1289
Mitsubishi
1393
Norcent
1389
Nova
1389
Onkyo
0135, 0842,
1298, 1320,
1531
Optimus
1023, 0080,
0186, 0531,
0670, 1074
Oritron
1366, 1497
Panasonic
1308, 1518,
0309, 0367,
1288, 1316,
1548, 1633,
1763, 1764
Philips
1189, 1269,
0189, 0391,
1120, 1266
Pioneer
Polaroid
Polk Audio
Proscan
RCA
Rio
Samsung
Sansui
Sanyo
Sharp
Sharper
Image
Sherwood
1023, 0014,
0080, 0150,
0244, 0531,
0630, 1384
1508
0189, 1289,
1414
1254
1023, 1609,
1254, 0080,
0531, 1074,
1390, 1511
1869
1295, 1500
0189
1251, 1469,
1801
0186, 1286
1556
1077, 1517,
1653
Sirius
1627, 1811,
1987
Sonic Blue
1532, 1869
Sony
1058, 1441,
1258, 1759,
1622, 0474,
1349, 1406,
1442, 1558,
1658, 1758,
1858
Soundesign 0670
Stereo1023
phonics
Sunfire
Teac
Technics
Thorens
Toshiba
Venturer
Wards
XM
Yamaha
Zenith
1313
1074, 1390,
1528
1308, 1518,
0309
1189
1788
1390
0189, 0014,
0080
1406, 1414
0176, 0186,
1176, 1276,
1331, 1375
0857, 1293
Audio
Accessories
Accurian
1106
Altec Lansing 0607, 1056,
1485
Apple
1115, 1644
Cambridge 1530
Soundworks
Creative
0872
D-Link
1522
DLO
1155
Integra
1789
iPort
1917
Marantz
1491
Motorola
1464
NaviPod
1644
Netgear
1785
Omnifi
1605
Onkyo
1789
Roku
Sonance
SSI
Yamaha
1828
1917
1522
1809, 1810
Cable Boxes/
Converters
ABC
0003, 0008,
0014, 0017
Americast
0899
Amino
1602, 1822
Bell & Howell 0014
Bell South
Clearmaster
ClearMax
Coolmax
Digeo
Digi
Director
Dumont
General
Instrument
GoldStar
Hamlin
i3 Micro
Jerrold
Memorex
Motorola
Multitech
Myrio
Pace
Panasonic
Panther
Paragon
Philips
0899
0883
0883
0883
1187
0637
0476
0637
0476, 0810,
0276, 0003
0144
0009, 0273
1602
0476, 0810,
0276, 0003,
0012, 0014
0000
1376, 0476,
0810, 0276,
1187, 1254,
1106, 1540
0883
1602, 1822
1376, 1877,
0237, 0008
1376, 1877,
0000, 0107
0637
0000
1305, 0317
Pioneer
1877, 0877,
0144, 0533
Pulsar
0000
Quasar
0000
RadioShack 0883
RCA
1256
Regal
0279, 0273
Runco
0000
Samsung
1376, 1877,
0144
Sasktel
1737
Scientific
1877, 0877,
Atlanta
0477, 0008,
0017
Sejin
1602
Sony
1006
Starcom
0003
Supercable 0276
Supermax
0883
Thomson
1256
Tocom
0012
Torx
0003
Toshiba
0000
Tristar
0883
V2
0883
Viewmaster 0883
Vision
0883
Vortex View 0883
Zenith
0000, 0525,
0899
Cable/DVR/PVR
Combos
Americast
Amino
Digeo
General
Instrument
Jerrold
Motorola
Myrio
Pace
Panasonic
Pioneer
RCA
Sasktel
Samsung
Scientific
Atlanta
Sony
Supercable
Thomson
Zenith
0899
1822
1187
0476, 0810
0476, 0810
1376, 0810,
1187, 1106,
1540, 0476
1822
1376,1877,
0237
1376, 1877
1877, 0877
1256
1737
1376, 1877
1877, 0877
1006
0276
1256
0899
DVD Players
Accurian
Adcom
Advent
Aiwa
1072, 1416
1094
1016
0641
Akai
0695, 0770,
0899, 1089
0790
0869
0872, 1245
Alco
Allegro
Amphion
Media Works
AMW
Apex Digital
0872, 1245
0672, 0717,
0755, 0794,
0796, 0797,
0830, 1004,
1020, 1056,
1061, 1100
Arrgo
1023
Aspire Digital 1168, 1407
Audiologic
0736
Audiovox
0790, 1041,
1071, 1072,
1121, 1122
Axion
1071, 1072
B&K
0655, 0662
BBK
1224
Bel Canto
1571
Design
Blaupunkt
0717
Blue Parade 0571
Broksonic
0695, 0868,
1419
Buffalo
1882
Cary Audio 1477
Design
CAVS
1057
Centrios
1577
Cinea
0831
Cinego
1399
CineVision
0876, 0833,
0869
Citizen
1277
Coby
0778, 0852,
1086, 1107,
1165, 1177,
1351
Craig
0831
Curtis Mathes 1087
CyberHome 0816, 0874,
1023, 1024,
1117, 1129,
1502, 1537
D-Link
1881
Denon
Desay
Diamond
Vision
Disney
Dual
Durabrand
DVD2000
Emerson
Enterprise
ESA
Fisher
Funai
Gateway
GE
Go Video
Go Vision
GoldStar
GPX
Greenhill
Harman/
Kardon
Hitachi
Hiteker
iLo
Initial
Innovative
Technology
Insignia
Integra
Jaton
JBL
Jensen
JSI
JVC
jWin
Kawasaki
Kenwood
KLH
Konka
Koss
Kreisen
Landel
Lasonic
Lenoxx
LG
LiteOn
Loewe
Magnavox
Malata
Marantz
McIntosh
Memorex
Microsoft
Mintek
Mitsubishi
Momitsu
NAD
Nakamichi
NEC
Nesa
NeuNeo
Next Base
NexxTech
Norcent
Onkyo
Oppo
OptoMedia
Electronics
Oritron
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Polaroid
Polk Audio
Portland
Presidian
Prima
Primare
Princeton
0784, 0705,
0833, 0869,
1169, 1172,
1234, 1242,
1441, 1443
0490, 0634
1407, 1455
1316, 1609,
1610
0675, 1270
1068, 1085
1127
0521
0591, 0675,
0821, 1268
0591
0821, 1268,
1443
0670, 1919
0675, 1268,
1334
1073, 1077,
1158
0522, 0815,
0717
0744, 0715,
0741, 0783,
0833, 0869,
1044, 1075,
1099, 1144,
1158, 1304,
1443, 1730
1071, 1072
0741
0699, 0769
0717
0582, 0702
Proscan
ProVision
Qwestar
RCA
0573, 0664,
1247, 1919
0672
1348, 1472
0717, 1472
1542
Sova
Sungale
Superscan
SVA
Sylvania
1268
0627
1078
0702
1016
1423
0558, 0623,
0867, 1164,
1275, 1602,
1863
1049, 1051
0790
0490, 0534,
0682, 0737
0717, 0790,
1020, 1149,
1261
0711, 0719,
0720, 0721
0651, 0896,
1423
1421
0826
0798, 1173
1127
0591, 0741,
0801, 0869,
1526
1058, 1158,
1416, 1440
0511
0503, 0539,
0646, 0675,
0821, 1268,
1506
0782, 1159
0539
1273
0695, 0831,
1270
0522, 1708
0839, 0717,
1472
1521, 0521
1082
0741
1222
0785
0717, 1603
1454
0826
1402
1003, 0872,
1107, 1265,
1457
0503, 0627,
0792
1224, 1525
0896
0651
0490, 0632,
0703, 1362,
1462, 1490,
1762
0503, 0539,
0646, 0675,
0854, 1260,
1267, 1354
0525, 0571,
0631, 0632
1020, 1061,
1086, 1245,
1316, 1478,
1480, 1482
0539
0770
0675, 1072
1016
1467
0674
Rio
RJTech
Rotel
Rowa
Sampo
Samsung
Sansui
Sanyo
Sensory
Science
Sharp
Sharper
Image
Sherwood
Shinsonic
Sigma
Designs
Sonic Blue
Sony
0522
0778
0651
0522, 0571,
0717, 0790,
0822, 1022,
1132, 1193
0869
1360
0623, 1178
0823
0698, 0752,
1501
0490, 0573,
0820, 0899,
1044, 1075
0695
0670, 0695,
0873, 1919
1158
0630, 0675,
0752, 1256
1117
0633, 0770,
1043, 1077,
1889
0533, 0839
0674
0869, 1099
0533, 1533,
0864, 1033,
1431, 1432,
1433, 1548,
1892
Sound Mobile1298
1122
1074, 1532
0821
0860, 1105
0675, 0821,
1268
Symphonic 0675, 0821
TAG McLaren 0894
Teac
0790, 0809
Technics
0490, 0703
Technosonic 0730
Techwood
0692
Terapin
1031
Theta Digital 0571
Toshiba
0503, 0695,
1045, 1154,
1854
Tredex
0799, 0800,
0803, 0804
Urban
0503
Concepts
US Logic
0839
Valor
1298
Venturer
0790
Vialta
1509
Vizio
1064, 1226
Vocopro
1027, 1360
Xbox
0522, 1708
Xwave
1001
Yamaha
0490, 0539,
0545
Zenith
0503, 0591,
0741, 0869
Zoece
1265
DVD Recorders
Accurian
1416
Apex Digital 1056
Aspire Digital 1168
Coby
1086
CyberHome
Funai
Gateway
Go Video
iLo
JVC
Kreisen
LG
LiteOn
Magnavox
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Polaroid
RCA
Samsung
Sensory
Science
Sharp
Sony
Sylvania
Zenith
1129, 1502
0675, 1334
1073, 1158
0741, 1158,
1304, 1730
1348
1164, 1275
1421
0741
1158, 1416,
1440
0646, 0675,
1506
0490
0646
0631
1086
0522
0490
1158
0675
1033, 1431,
1432, 1433
0675
0741
DVD Combos
Akai
Audiovox
iLo
Initial
LG
Mintek
RCA
0695
1071, 1121,
1122
1472
1472
1526
1472
1193
Satellite
Receivers
AlphaStar
Amino
Chaparral
Coolsat
0772
1615
0216
1806
Crossdigital
DirecTV
1109
1377, 0392,
0566, 0639,
1639, 1142,
0247, 0749,
1749, 0724,
0819, 1856,
1076, 1108,
0099, 1109,
1392, 1414,
1442, 1443,
1444, 1609,
1640
Dish Network 1505, 1005,
System
0775, 1170,
1775
Dishpro
1505, 1005,
0775, 1775
Echostar
1505, 1005,
0775, 1170,
1775
Expressvu
0775, 1775
GE
0566
General
0869
Instrument
GOI
0775, 1775
Goodmans 1246
Hisense
1535
Hitachi
0819, 1250
HTS
0775, 1775
Hughes
1142, 0749,
Network
1749, 1442,
Systems
1443, 1444
Humax
1790
iLo
1535
JVC
0775, 1170,
1775
LG
1226, 1414
Magnavox
0724, 0722
Memorex
0724
Mitsubishi
0749
Motorola
0869
NEC
1270
Next Level
0869
Panasonic
0247, 0701
Pansat
1807
Paysat
0724
Philips
1142, 0749,
1749, 0724,
1076, 0722,
0099, 1442
Proscan
0392, 0566
Proton
1535
RadioShack 0869
RCA
0566, 0855,
0143, 1392
Samsung
1377, 1276,
1108, 1109,
1442, 1609
Sanyo
1219
SKY
0856
Sony
0639, 1639,
1640
Star Choice 0869
Tivo
1142, 1442,
1443, 1444
Toshiba
0749, 1749,
0790, 1285
UltimateTV 1392, 1640
Ultrasat
1806
Uniden
0724, 0722
US Digital
1535
USDTV
1535
Voom
0869
Zenith
1856, 0856
DVR/PVR
Systems
Amino
DirecTV
1615
1377, 0392,
0639, 1142,
1076, 0099,
1392, 1442,
1443, 1444,
1640
Dish Network 1505, 0775
System
Dishpro
1505, 0775
Echostar
Expressvu
Hughes
Network
Systems
JVC
Motorola
Philips
Proscan
RCA
Samsung
Sony
Star Choice
1505, 0775,
1170
0775
1142, 1442,
1443, 1444,
0739
1170
0869
1142, 1442,
0739
0392
1392
1442, 0739
0639, 1640
0869
TVs
A-Mark
Abex
Accurian
Action
Admira
Advent
0003
0032
1803
0873
0093, 0463
0761, 0783,
0815, 0817,
0842, 1933
Adventura
Aiko
Aiwa
Akai
0046
0092
0701
0812, 0702,
0030, 0098,
0672, 1207,
1903, 1935
Alaron
0179, 0183,
0216
Albatron
0700, 0843
Ambassador 0177
America
0180
Action
Ampro
0751
Anam
0180, 0004,
0009, 0068
Anam
0055, 0161
National
AOC
0030, 0003,
0019, 0052,
0137, 0185,
1365
Apex Digital 0748, 0879,
0765, 0767,
0890, 1217,
1943
Archer
0003
Astar
1548
Audiovox
0451, 0180,
0092, 0003,
0623, 0710,
0802, 0846,
0875, 1284,
1937, 1951,
1952
Aventura
0171
Axion
1937
Belcor
0019
Bell & Howell 0154, 0016
BenQ
1032, 1315
Bradford
Brockwood
Broksonic
Byd:sign
Cadia
Candle
Carnivale
Carver
CCE
Celebrity
Celera
Champion
Champion
Changhong
Cinego
Citizen
Clairtone
Clarion
Commercial
Solutions
Concerto
Contec
0180
0019
0236, 0463,
0003, 1935,
1938
1309, 1311
1283
0030, 0046,
0056, 0186
0030
0054, 0170
0217, 0329
0000
0765
1362
1362
0765
1986
0060, 0030,
0092, 0039,
0046, 0056,
0186, 0280
0185
0180
1447, 0047
0056
0180, 0157,
0158, 0185
Craig
0180, 0161
Crosley
0054
Crown
0180, 0039
Curtis Mathes 0047, 0054,
0154, 0451,
0093, 0060,
0702, 0030,
0145, 0166,
1347, 1147,
0747, 0466,
0056, 0039,
0016
CXC
0180
CyberHome 0794
Cytron
1326
Daewoo
0451, 0092,
1661, 0019,
0039, 0066,
0067, 0091,
0623, 0661,
0672
Daytron
0019
Dell
1080, 1178,
1264, 1403
Denon
0145, 0511
Denstar
0628
Diamond
1996, 1997
Vision
Dumont
0017, 0019
Durabrand 0463, 0180,
0178, 0171,
1034, 0003
Dwin
0720, 0774
Dynatech
0049
Electroband 0000, 0185
Electrograph 1623, 1755
Electrohome 0381, 0389,
0409
Emerson
0154, 0236,
0463, 0180,
0178, 0171,
1963, 1944,
0623, 0282,
0280, 0270,
0185, 0183,
0182, 0181,
0179, 0177,
0158, 0039,
0038, 0019
Emprex
1422, 1546
Envision
0030, 0813,
1365
Epson
0833, 0840,
1290
ESA
0812, 0171,
1944, 1963
Fisher
0154, 0159
FlexVision
0710
Fujitsu
Funai
Futuretech
Gateway
GE
Gibralter
Go Video
GoldStar
Goodmans
Gradiente
Grunpy
Haier
Hallmark
Hannspree
Hantarex
Harley
Davidson
Harman/
Kardon
Harvard
Havermy
Helios
Hello Kitty
0179, 0186,
0683, 0809,
0853
0180, 0171,
0179, 1271,
1963
0180
1001, 1002,
1003, 1004,
1755, 1756
1447, 0047,
0051, 0451,
0178, 1347,
0747, 0282,
0279, 0251,
0174, 0138,
0135, 0055,
0029, 0027,
0021
0017, 0030,
0019
0886
0178, 0030,
0001, 0002,
0019, 0032,
0106, 0409
0360
0392
0180, 0179
1034, 0768
0178
1348, 1351,
1352
1338
0043, 0179
Memorex
0054, 0078
Neovia
NetTV
Nikko
0180, 0068
0093
0865
0451
MGA
Midland
Mintek
Minutz
Mitsubishi
Monivision
Motorola
Moxell
MTC
Multitech
NAD
NEC
Noblex
Norcent
Hewlett
Packard
1088, 1089,
1101, 1494,
1502
Hisense
0748
Hitachi
1145, 0145,
0016, 0032,
0038, 0056,
0095, 0097,
0151, 0173,
0227, 0279,
0409, 0413,
0797, 1960
HP
1088, 1089,
1101, 1494,
1502
Hyundai
0849, 1219,
1294
iLo
1286, 1603,
1990
Infinity
0054
Initial
1603, 1990
Insignia
0171, 1204,
1326, 1517,
1963, 2002
Inteq
0017
Janeil
0046
JBL
0054
JCB
0000
Jensen
0761, 0050,
0815, 0817,
1299, 1933
JVC
0053, 0036,
0069, 0160,
0169, 0182,
0731, 1253
Kamp
0216
Kawasho
0158, 0216,
0308
Kaypani
0052
KEC
0180
Kenwood
0030, 0019
KLH
0765, 0767,
1962
Kloss
0024, 0046,
0078
KMC
0106
Konka
0628, 0632,
0638, 0703,
0707
Kost
1262, 1483
KTV
0180, 0030,
0039, 0183,
0185, 0217,
0280
LG
1265, 0178,
0442, 0700,
0829, 0856,
1178, 1325,
1423, 1758,
1993
Loewe
0136
Logik
0016
Luxman
0056
LXI
0047, 0054,
0154, 0156,
0178, 0148,
0747
Magnavox
1454, 0054,
0030, 0706,
1963, 1944,
1525, 1254,
1198, 0802,
0386, 0230,
0187, 0186,
0179, 0096,
0036, 0028,
0024, 0020
Majestic
0015, 0016
Marantz
0054, 0030,
0444, 0704,
0854, 0855,
1154, 1398
Matsushita 0250, 0650
Maxent
0762, 1211,
1755
Megapower 0700
Megatron
0178, 0145,
0003
MEI
0185
Norwood
Micro
Noshi
NTC
Olevia
Olympus
Onwa
Optimus
Optoma
Optonica
Orion
Panasonic
Penney
Petters
Philco
Philips
Pilot
Pioneer
Polaroid
Portland
Prima
Princeton
Prism
Proscan
Proton
Protron
Proview
Pulsar
Quasar
RadioShack
0154, 0463,
0150, 0178,
0016, 0106,
0179
0150, 0178,
0030, 0019,
0155
0047, 0017,
0051, 0032,
0039, 0135,
0747
1603, 1990
0021
0093, 1250,
0150, 0178,
0014, 0019,
0098, 0155,
0331, 0358,
0836, 0868,
1550
0700, 0843
0093, 0055,
0835
0835
0060, 0030,
0019, 0049,
0056, 0091,
0185, 0216
0180, 0049,
0217
0156, 0178,
0866
0030, 0019,
0036, 0056,
0170, 0434,
0497, 0882,
1398, 1704
1338
0762, 1755
0178, 0030,
0092, 0317
0430
0748, 0824,
1089, 1365,
1589, 1590,
1591
1286, 1296,
1303
0018
0092
1144, 1240,
1331, 1610
1342
0180
0154, 0250,
0166, 0650
0887
0093, 0165
0236, 0463,
1463, 0179
0250, 0051,
0055, 0162,
0226, 0338,
0375, 0650,
1291, 1410,
1941, 1946,
1947
0047, 0156,
0051, 0060,
0178, 0030,
1347, 0747,
0309, 0149,
0138, 0135,
0110, 0039,
0032, 0027,
0021, 0019,
0018, 0003,
0002
1523
0054, 0030,
0019, 0020,
0028, 0096,
0302
1454, 0054,
0690, 1154,
1483
0030, 0019,
0039
0166, 0038,
0172, 0679,
0866, 1260,
1398
0765, 0865,
1262, 1276,
1314, 1316,
1326, 1327,
1328, 1341,
1498, 1523,
1991, 1992
0092, 0019,
0039
0761, 0783,
0815, 0817,
1933
0700, 0717
0051
1447, 0047,
0747, 1347
0178, 0003,
0031, 0052,
0466
1320, 1323
0835, 1401,
1498
0017, 0019
0250, 0051,
0055, 0165,
0219, 0650
1447, 0047,
2002, 1958,
1953, 1948,
1547, 1347,
1247, 1147,
1047, 0747,
0679, 0278,
0174, 0135,
0090, 0038,
0029, 0019,
0018
RCA
Realistic
Rhapsody
Runco
Sampo
Samsung
Samsux
Sansui
Sanyo
Sceptre
Scimitsu
Scotch
Scott
Sears
Sharp
Sheng Chia
Sherwood
Shogun
Signature
Signet
SIM2
Multimedia
Simpson
Sony
Soundesign
Sova
Soyo
Spectricon
Squareview
SSS
Starlite
Studio
Experience
Superscan
Supre-Macy
Supreme
SVA
Sylvania
Symphonic
Syntax
Tandy
Tatung
Technics
Technol Ace
Technovox
Techview
Techwood
Teknika
Telefunken
Tera
Thomson
TMK
TNCi
1447, 0047,
2002, 1958,
1953, 1948,
1547, 1347,
1247, 1147,
1047, 0747,
0679, 0278,
0174, 0135,
0090, 0038,
0029, 0019,
0018
0154, 0180,
0178, 0030,
0019, 0032,
0039, 0056,
0165
0183, 0185,
0216
0017, 0030,
0251, 0497,
0603, 1398
0030, 0032,
0039, 0052,
0100, 0110,
0762, 1755
0060, 0812,
0702, 0178,
0030, 1903,
1575, 1395,
1312, 1060,
0814, 0766,
0427, 0408,
0329, 0056,
0032, 0019
0039
0463, 1409,
1935
0154, 0088,
0107, 0146,
0159, 0232,
0484, 0799,
0893, 1142
0878, 1217,
1360, 1599
0019
0178
0236, 0180,
0178, 0019,
0179, 0309
0047, 0054,
0154, 0156,
0178, 0171,
0015, 0056,
0146, 0148,
0149, 0159,
0168, 0179,
0281, 0747
0093, 0039,
0153, 0157,
0165, 0220,
0281, 0386,
0398, 0491,
0688, 0689,
0818, 0851,
1602
0093
1399
0019
0016
1262
1297
0186, 0187
1100, 0000,
0011, 0080,
0111, 0273,
0353, 0810,
0834, 1317
0180, 0178,
0179, 0186
1320, 1952
1520
0003, 0137
0171
0180, 0019
0180
0843
0093, 0864
0046
0000
0748, 0587,
0768, 0865,
0870, 0871,
0872
0054, 0030,
0171, 0020,
0028, 0065,
0096, 0381,
1271, 1944,
1963
0180, 0171,
1944
1144, 1240,
1331
0093
0003, 0049,
0055, 0396,
1101, 1285,
1286, 1287,
1288, 1361,
1756
0250, 0051
0179
0007
0847
0051, 0003,
0056
0054, 0180,
0150, 0060,
0092, 0016,
0019, 0039,
0056, 0175,
0179, 0186,
0312, 0322
0702, 0056,
0074
0031
0209, 0210
0178, 0056,
0177
0017
Toshiba
Tosonic
0154, 1256,
0156, 1265,
0060, 1945,
1935, 1704,
1656, 1635,
1356, 1343,
1325, 1306,
1156, 0845,
0832, 0650,
0149, 0036
0185
Totevision
0039
Trical
0157
TVS
0463
Ultra
0391, 1323
Universal
0027
Universum
1337
US Logic
1286, 1303
Vector
Research
Victor
0030
Video
Concepts
Vidikron
0098
Vidtech
Viewsonic
Viking
Viore
Visart
Vizio
Wards
Waycon
Westinghouse
White
Westinghouse
Wyse
Yamaha
Zenith
Zonda
0053
0054, 0242,
1398
0178, 0019,
0036
0797, 0857,
0864, 0885,
1330, 1342,
1578, 1627,
1755
0046, 0312
1207
1336
0864, 0885,
1499, 1756,
1758
0054, 0178,
0030, 1156,
0866, 0202,
0179, 0174,
0165, 0111,
0096, 0080,
0056, 0029,
0028, 0027,
0021, 0020,
0019, 0016
0156
0885, 0889,
0890, 1282,
1577
0463, 0623
1365
0030, 0019,
0769, 0797,
0833, 0839
0017, 0463,
1265, 0178,
0092, 0016
0003
TVs (DLP)
Hewlett
Packard
HP
LG
Magnavox
Mitsubishi
Optoma
Panasonic
RCA
Samsung
SVA
Toshiba
Vizio
1494
1494
1265
1525
1250
0887
1291
1447
0812, 1060,
1312
0872
1265, 1306
1499
HP
Hyundai
iLo
Initial
Insignia
Jensen
Kost
LG
Magnavox
Marantz
Maxent
Mintek
Mitsubishi
NetTV
Norcent
Norwood
Micro
Olevia
Panasonic
Petters
Philips
Polaroid
Protron
Proview
RCA
Sampo
Samsung
Sansui
Sanyo
Sceptre
Sharp
Sherwood
Signet
Sony
Sova
Soyo
Superscan
SVA
Sylvania
Symphonic
Syntax
Tatung
Techview
Toshiba
Ultra
US Logic
Vidikron
Viewsonic
Visart
Vizio
Westinghouse
Wyse
Zenith
1088
0849, 1219,
1294
1286, 1603,
1990
1603, 1990
1204, 1517,
2002
1299
1262
0856, 1178,
1993
1454, 0802,
1198
0855
0762, 1211
1603, 1990
1250
0762
1365, 1589,
1591
1286, 1296
1144, 1240,
1331, 1610
0650, 1941
1523
1454, 1483
1262, 1276,
1316, 1341,
1498, 1523
1320, 1323
1401
0047, 1958
0762
0812, 0766,
0814, 1395,
1575
1409
1142
0878, 1217,
1360, 1599
0093, 0818,
1602
1399
1262
0810
1320
1520
0864
0587, 0870,
0871
0171, 1271
0171
1144, 1240,
1331
1286
0847
0845, 1343,
1635, 1656
1323
1286
1398
0857, 0864,
0885, 1330,
1578, 1627
1336
0864, 0885,
1756
0885, 0889,
0890, 1282,
1577
1365
1265
TV/DVD Combos
Controlled by the TV
TVs (HDTV)
Advent
Hitachi
Marantz
Mitsubishi
Panasonic
Pioneer
Princeton
RCA
Samsung
Sharp
Toshiba
0842
1960
0854
0150
0250, 0650,
1291
0679
0717
1447
0812, 0702
0688, 0689
1256
TVs (LCD)
Accurian
Action
Akai
AOC
Apex Digital
Astar
Audiovox
BenQ
Byd:sign
Cadia
CyberHome
Dell
Emprex
Envision
FlexVision
Funai
Go Video
Hannspree
Hewlett
Packard
14
1803
0873
1935
1365
0890, 1217
1548
0180, 0710,
0802, 0846,
0875, 1284,
1937, 1951,
1952
1315
1309, 1311
1283
0794
1080, 1178,
1264
1422, 1546
0813, 1365
0710
0171
0886
1348, 1351
1088
Accurian
Advent
Akai
Apex Digital
Audiovox
Axion
Broksonic
Cinego
Diamond
Vision
Emerson
ESA
Funai
Hitachi
iLo
Initial
Insignia
Jensen
KLH
LG
Magnavox
Mintek
Panasonic
Polaroid
Prima
RCA
Samsung
Sansui
Sova
Sylvania
Toshiba
1803
1933
1935
1943
1937, 1951,
1952
1937
1935
1986
1997
1963
1963
1963
1960
1990
1990
1963, 2002
1933
1962
1993
1963
1990
1941
1991
1933
1948, 1958,
2002
1903
1935
1952
1963
1635, 1935
Controlled by the DVD
Advent
Akai
Apex Digital
Audiovox
Axion
Broksonic
1016
0695
0830
1071, 1121,
1122
1071
0695
Cinego
Diamond
Vision
Emerson
ESA
Funai
Go Vision
Hitachi
iLo
Initial
Insignia
Jensen
KLH
Konka
LG
Magnavox
Mintek
Panasonic
Philips
Polaroid
Prima
RCA
Samsung
Sansui
Sova
Sylvania
Toshiba
1399
1610
0675, 1268
1268
1268
1071
1247
1472
1472
1268
1016
1261
0719, 0720
1526
1268
1472
1490
0854, 1260
1480
1016
1022, 1193
0899
0695
1122
0675, 1268
0695
TV/VCR Combos
Controlled by the TV
America
Action
Audiovox
Emerson
0180
0180
0236
Controlled by the VCR
America
Action
Audiovox
Broksonic
0278
0278
0002, 0479,
1479
Citizen
1278
Colt
0072
Curtis Mathes 1035
Daewoo
0637, 1278
Emerson
0002, 0294,
0479, 0593,
1278, 1479
Funai
0000
GE
0240, 0807,
1035, 1060
GoldStar
1237
Harley
0000
Davidson
Hitachi
0000
LG
1037
Lloyd’s
0000
Magnasonic 0593, 1278
Magnavox
0000, 0593,
1781
Magnin
0240
Memorex
0162, 0454,
1037, 1162,
1237, 1262
MGA
0240
Mitsubishi
0807
Optimus
0162, 0454,
0593, 1162,
1262
Orion
0002, 0479,
1479
Panasonic
0162, 1035,
1162, 1262
Penney
0240, 1035,
1237
Quasar
0162, 1035,
1162
RadioShack 0000, 1037
RCA
0240, 0807,
1035, 1060
Samsung
1014
Sansui
0000, 0479,
1479
Sanyo
0240
Sears
0000, 1237
Sony
0000, 1232
Sylvania
1781
Symphonic 0000, 0593
Thomas
0000
Toshiba
0845, 1145
0637
White
Westinghouse
Zenith
0000, 0479,
0637, 1479
TV/VCR/DVD
Combos
Controlled by the TV
Akai
Broksonic
Diamond
Vision
Emerson
ESA
Magnavox
Panasonic
Polaroid
RCA
Sylvania
Symphonic
Toshiba
1903
1938
1996
1944
1944
1944
1946, 1947
1992
1953
1944
1944
1945
Controlled by the DVD
Akai
Broksonic
0899
0868
Diamond
Vision
Emerson
ESA
Funai
Magnavox
Panasonic
Polaroid
RCA
Sharp
Superscan
Sylvania
Symphonic
Toshiba
1609
0821
0821
1334
0821
1362, 1462
1482
1132
0630
0821
0821
0821
1045
Controlled by the VCR
Sharp
0807
VCRs
ABS
Admiral
Adventura
Aiko
Aiwa
Akai
Alienware
America
Action
American
High
Asha
Audiovox
Beaumark
1972
0048, 0209
0000
0278
0037, 0000,
0124, 0307,
0468
0041, 0049,
0053, 0061,
0106, 0175
1972
0278
0035
0240
0037, 0278
0240
Bell & Howell 0104
Broksonic
Calix
0184, 0121,
0209, 0002,
0211, 0295,
0361, 0479,
1479, 1815
0037
Canon
0035, 0102
Capehart
0020
Carver
0081
CCE
0072, 0278
Citizen
0037, 0278,
1278
0072
Hush
iBUYPOWER
Jensen
JVC
1972
1972
0041
0067, 0041,
0008, 0206,
0207, 0384,
1707
KEC
0037, 0278
Keen
0693
Kenwood
0067, 0041,
0038, 0384
KLH
0072
Kodak
0035, 0037
LG
1037
Linksys
1972
Lloyd’s
0000, 0208
Logik
0072
LXI
0037
Magnasonic 0593, 1278
Magnavox
0035, 0039,
0081, 0000,
0149, 0110,
0563, 0593,
1593, 1781
Magnin
0240
Marantz
0035, 0081
Marta
0037
Matsushita 0035, 0162,
1162
Media Center 1972
PC
MEI
0035
Memorex
0035, 0162,
0037, 0048,
0039, 0047,
0240, 0000,
0104, 0209,
0046, 0307,
0454, 0479,
1037, 1162,
1237, 1262
MGA
0240, 0043,
0061
MGN
0240
Technology
Microsoft
1972
ReplayTV
Ricavision
Ricoh
Runco
Salora
Samsung
Mind
1972
0042, 0105
Mitsubishi
Teac
0000, 0041
Technics
0035, 0162
Motorola
0067, 0043,
0061, 0075,
0173, 0443,
0807
0035, 0048
Tagar
Systems
Tatung
1972
Minolta
Teknika
MTC
0240, 0000
Multitech
0000, 0072
0035, 0037,
0000, 0052
0000
NAD
0058
NEC
Nikko
0104, 0067,
0041, 0038,
0040, 0050,
0082
0037
Nikon
0034
Samtron
Sanky
Sansui
Sanyo
Scott
Sears
Sharp
Shintom
Shogun
Singer
Sonic Blue
Sony
Stack 9
STS
Sylvania
Symphonic
Systemax
Thomas
Tivo
0614, 0616
1972
0034
0039
0075
0240, 0045,
0051, 0053,
0739, 1014
0643
0048, 0039
0000, 0067,
0209, 0041,
0082, 0271,
0479, 1479
0047, 0240,
0104, 0046,
0159
0184, 0045,
0121, 0043,
0210, 0211,
0212
0035, 0037,
0047, 0000,
0042, 0104,
0046, 0054,
0066, 0105,
1237
0048, 0062,
0807, 0848
0072
0240, 0051
0072
0614, 0616
0035, 0032,
0033, 0000,
0011, 0034,
0636, 1032,
1232, 1972
1972
0042
0035, 0081,
0000, 0043,
0110, 0593,
1593, 1781
0000, 0593,
1593
1972
0041
CyberPower 1972
Niveus Media 1972
Daewoo
Noblex
0240
Totevision
0618, 0636,
0739, 1996
0240, 0036,
0208
0045, 0043,
0066, 0210,
0212, 0366,
0845, 1008,
1145, 1972,
1996
0037, 0240
Northgate
1972
Touch
1972
Olympus
0035, 0226
Unitech
0240
Onkyo
0222
Vector
0045
Optimus
1062, 0162,
0037, 0048,
0104, 0058,
0432, 0454,
0593, 1048,
1162, 1262
0062
Vector
Research
Video
Concepts
Videomagic
0038, 0040
Videosonic
0240
0184, 0209,
0002, 0295,
0479, 1479
1062, 0035,
0162, 0077,
0102, 0225,
0226, 0227,
0378, 0454,
0616, 1035,
1162, 1262
0035, 0037,
0240, 0042,
0038, 0040,
0054, 1035,
1237
0042, 0065,
0105
0035
Viewsonic
1972
Villain
0000
Voodoo
1972
Wards
0060, 0035,
0048, 0047,
0081, 0240,
0000, 0042,
0072, 0149,
0062, 0212,
0760
0209, 0072,
0637
Colt
Craig
0037, 0047,
0240, 0072,
0271
Curtis Mathes 0060, 0035,
0162, 0041,
0760, 1035
Cybernex
0240, 0051
Daytron
0045, 0278,
0020, 0561,
0637, 1278
0020
Dell
1972
Denon
0042
DirecTV
0739
Durabrand
0039, 0038
Dynatech
0000
Electrohome 0037
Optonica
Electrophonic 0037
Orion
Emerex
0032
Emerson
0037, 0184,
0000, 0121,
0043, 0209,
0002, 0278,
1479, 1278,
0637, 1593,
0593, 0561,
0510, 0479,
0361, 0295,
0294, 0212,
0211, 0208,
0088, 0068,
0061, 0036
0047, 0104,
0054, 0066
0035, 0033
Fisher
Fuji
Funai
Garrard
0000, 0593,
1593
0000
Gateway
1972
GE
Gradiente
0060, 0035,
0240, 0065,
0202, 0760,
0761, 0807,
1035, 1060
0232, 0279,
0432, 0526,
0643
0037, 0038,
0018, 1237
0000, 0408
Grundig
0195
Harley
Davidson
Harman/
Kardon
Harwood
0000
Go Video
GoldStar
0081, 0038,
0075
0072, 0068
Panasonic
Penney
Pentax
Philco
Philips
Pilot
0035, 0081,
0062, 0110,
0618, 0739,
1081, 1181
0037
Pioneer
0067, 0058
Polk Audio
0081
Portland
0020
Presidian
1593
Profitronic
0240
Proscan
Protec
0060, 0202,
0760, 0761,
1060
0072
Pulsar
0039, 0051
Quarter
0046
Quartz
0046
Quasar
Headquarter 0046
RadioShack
0035, 0162,
0077, 0454,
1035, 1162
0000, 1037
Hewlett
Packard
HI-Q
1972
Radix
0037
Randex
0037
Hitachi
0000, 0042,
0041, 0065,
0082, 0089,
0105, 0166
1972
RCA
0060, 0240,
0042, 0149,
0058, 0065,
0077, 0105,
0106, 0202,
0760, 0761,
0807, 0880,
1035, 1060
0035, 0037,
0048, 0047,
0000, 0104,
0046, 0062,
0066
Howard
Computers
HP
Hughes
Network
Systems
Humax
0047
1972
0042, 0739
0739
Realistic
TMK
Toshiba
White
Westinghouse
XR-1000
Yamaha
Zenith
ZT Group
0045, 0040,
0061
0037
0035, 0000,
0072
0038
0039, 0033,
0000, 0209,
0034, 0479,
0637, 1139,
1479
1972
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