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NV-LRC1

Learning Remote Control

User’s Guide

NV-LRC1

User’s Guide

Introduction

The LRC1 universal learning remote control is the easy all-in-onesolution for controlling all of your audio source equipment. The LRC1, with over 1,000 builtin manufacturer’s Infrared codes, can be easily setup for wireless control of up to six audio components.

This setup guide is designed to allow you quick control of your entire NuVo System.

Installing Batteries

Your NV-LRC1remote requires 2 AAA batteries (included).

Battery Use And Safety

-Use only fresh batteries of the required size and recommended type.

-Do not mix old and new batteries, different types of batteries (standard, alkaline, or rechargeable), or rechargeable batteries of different capacities.

-If you do not plan to use the remote for an extended period, remove the battery. It can leak chemicals that can destroy electronic parts.

WARNING: Dispose of old batteries promptly and properly. Do not burn or bury them.

To Install Batteries

1.Open the battery compartment cover (located on the back of the remote).

2.Place the AAA battery in the compartment and match the + and - polarity symbols inside.

3.Replace the cover.

NOTE: When theNV-LRC1remote stops operating properly, replace the batteries within 10 minutes (to protect the programming information).

A Quick Look At The Controls

Press this key...

1

2

3

4 5 6

INFO

MENU

EXIT

To...

The Source buttons 1-6correspond to the source inputs on the NuVo System or preferred devices.

Turn the selected device on or off.

Program sequences.

Select the next or previous channel. Select next or previous chapter on some models of DVD players.

Press LAST to recall thelast-viewedchannel.

Raise or lower the sound level.

Press MUTE to turn the sound off or on.

Move the cursor in the menu screens.

Press SELECT to choose the highlighted menu Option.

Skip backward, rewind, fast forward, skip forward, stop, pause, or play tracks on the current disc.

View the current channel and program information.

Display the menu for the selected device.

Exit the selected device’s menu, guide, or program without making a menu selection.

GUIDE

Display the program guide for the

selected device.

 

 

Switch the device input to view TV

INPUT

or video programs.

1

Press this key...

M1

M2

M3

M4

M5

M6

M7

M8

Whole-HomeControl

VOL-

VOL+

MUTE

ON/OFF

To...

Directly enter channels (For example, 09 or31).

Press ENTER to send channel number entries on some TV models.

Macro device keys can be used to dedicate multiple string macro commands.

Whole-HomeControl is dedicated control of your NuVo System.

MUTE, VOL-,VOL+, ON/OFF duplicate the NuVo zone keypad functions.

Programming a Device

To control devices, 1-6,follow these steps.

Before proceeding, find the codes for the devices you want to program in

“Manufacturer’s Codes” in the following pages and write them down or highlight them.

NOTE: Any device may be set up on any mode key.

1.Turn on the device (for example, CD player) and, if needed, load media (for example, a CD).

2.Press a device key (1-6).

3.Press and hold SETUP until the red LED blinks twice, then release.

4.Enter the first five-digitcode for your device. The red LED blinks once as each digit is entered. If the code is correct, the LED blinks twice.

NOTE: If the LED does not blink twice, repeat steps 2 to 4 and try entering the code again.

5.Aim the remote at the device and press POWER. The device should turn off. If it does not, repeat steps 3 to 5, trying each code for your brand until you find one that works. If you cannot find a code that works, see “Searching For Your Code”.

6.Repeat steps 1 to 5 for the other devices you want to control. For Future reference, write down each working device code below:

SOURCE 1 Code:

Desc. _______

SOURCE 2 Code:

Desc. _______

SOURCE 3 Code:

Desc. _______

SOURCE 4 Code:

Desc. _______

SOURCE 5 Code:

Desc. _______

SOURCE 6 Code:

Desc. _______

Searching For Your Code

If your device does not respond to the remote after trying all codes listed for your brand, or if your brand is not listed, try searching for your code:

1.Press a device key once.

2.Press and hold SETUP until the red LED blinks twice, then release.

3.Enter 991. The LED blinks twice.

4.Enter the device group number:

Code Device Group

Cable (Cable Converters, Video Accessories, Satellite

0

Receivers).

1TV (TVs)

2VCR (VCRs, DVD players)

3Audio (Audio Amplifiers, Audio Amp/Tuners, CD players)

5.Select a test function, such as POWER orPLAY. The remote sends IR codes from its library to the selected device, starting with the most popular code first.

2

6. If the device responds, go to step 6. If the device does not respond, press CH+. The remote will try the next code. Continue until the device responds.

NOTE: PressCH- to try the previous code.

7.To set the code, press SETUP once. The LED blinks twice.

8.To search for other device codes, repeat steps 1 to 6.

Checking The Codes

If you have set up the remote using the procedure in “Searching For Your

Code”, you may need to find out which five-digitcode is operating your equipment.

For example, to find out which code is assigned to your TV:

1.Press SOURCE 1 once.

2.Press and hold SETUP until the red LED blinks twice, then release.

3.Enter 990. The LED blinks twice.

4.To view the code for the first digit, press numeric key 1. Count the LED blinks (for example, three blinks = 3), and write down the number in the appropriate code listing in step 8 under “Programming a Device”.

NOTE: If a code digit is0, the LED does not blink.

5.Repeat step 4 for the four remaining digits, using 2 for the second digit,3 for the third digit,4 for the fourth digit, and5 for the fifth digit.

6.To check for other device codes, repeat steps 1-5,substituting

Sources 2-6.

Changing Volume Lock

The NV-LRC1comes preset to allow independent volume control of each selected device (Global Volume Unlock). However, you may change the Volume Lock setting to Global Volume Lock so that one source’s volume will control volume in all other modes. After that, you can perform Individual Volume Unlock on a selected source to set its volume control for independent operation or Global Volume Unlock to remove all volume locking.

Locking Volume Control to One Mode (Global Volume Lock)

1.Press and hold SETUP until red LED blinks twice, then release.

2.Enter 993 and then press the mode key for the source you want to control volume (for example,CD). The LED blinks twice. Now, when you pressVOL+,VOL- orMute, the selected source (for example,CD) will control the volume regardless of the current mode.

Unlocking All Volume Control (Restoring Global Unlock)

1.Press and hold SETUP until the red LED blinks twice, then release.

2.Enter 993 and then pressVOL+. The LED blinks four times. Volume is independently controlled for all programmed sources.

Unlocking a Single Source’s Volume Control

1.Press a source key (1-6).

2.Press and hold SETUP until the red LED blinks twice, then release.

3.Enter 993 and then pressVOL-.The LED blinks four times. Volume is independently controlled for the selected sources.

Programming Macros

A macro can be used to control a home theater operation, to set a favorite channel, or for other multiple functions you would like to control with one key press. You can use any key to activate a macro. Moreover, each Macro Key can hold up to 32 key presses total.

You can program a macro that will operate regardless of what mode you are in, or one that will only operate when you are in a specific mode.

NOTE: Programming a new macro over an existing one will erase the original macro.

Programming a Mode-IndependentMacro

1.Press and hold SETUP until the red LED blinks twice, then release.

2.Press 995. The LED blinks twice.

3.Press the key you want to use to activate your macro (POWER, any unused key, etc.).

4.Enter the series of commands you want the macro to execute (up to 32 commands).

5.Press and hold SETUP until the red LED blinks twice, then release.

Now, when you press the Macro key, the remote will send the series of commands you have entered, regardless of what mode you are in. For example, you could program theMacro key to turn on both your TV and cable box and select a particular channel.

To clear the macro, repeat steps 1 to 5 above, but do not enter a series of commands at step 4.

Programming a Mode-DependentMacro

1.Press a source key (1-6).

2.Press and hold SETUP until the red LED blinks twice.

3.Press 978. The LED blinks twice.

4.Press the key you want to use to activate your macro (POWER, any unused key, etc.).

5.Enter the series of commands you want the macro to execute (up to 32 commands).

6.Press and hold SETUP until the red LED blinks twice, then release.

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Now, when you press the Macro key, the remote will send the series of commands you have entered,but only if you are in the mode you selected in step 1. For example, you could program theMacro key to turn on your T2 tuner and select a particular channel, but only if you are in tuner mode. If you are in DVD mode, this key will do nothing.

Clearing a Mode-DependentMacro

1.Press and hold SETUP until the red LED blinks twice, then release.

2.Press 978.

3.Press the source key where you programmed the macro (Source 1-6).

4.Press the macro’s activation key (POWER, any unused key, etc.).

5.Press and hold SETUP until the red LED blinks twice, then release.

Using Learning

The NV-LRC1includes a Learning feature so you can add functions that are unique to your home entertainment devices (e.g., CD skip forward or backward). However, there are some considerations:

Learning Precautions

-Your original remote controls must be in working order for learning to work properly.

-Learning keys are mode specific, so each one can store a unique function for each mode.

-Learned keys can be used in macros (See Using Macros).

-Do not use the following keys for learning: Source Keys, SETUP, BACK,

REPEAT, FAV SCAN, SLEEP, or Record () Key.

-Learning capacity is approximately 16 to 25 keys, depending on the code being learned.

-Certain device codes are not learnable including multi-frequencytypes, some high frequency ones, and other unusual formats.

-For optimum learning: avoid high levels of ambient light such as natural sunlight or energy-efficientfluorescent lights.

NOTE: Please have your original remote controls handy before programming learning.

Programming a Learned Key

NOTE: If more than 10 seconds pass between key presses, the remote exits programming.

1.Press and hold SETUP until LED flashes twice.

2.Press 975.

3.Press a source key once (1-6)to assign a mode for learning.

4.Place the NV-LRC1head-to-head(about 2” apart) from your original remote control. Also locate the key (on your original remote control) that will serve as the teaching function.

OLV -

V O L +

FFO/NO

4

1

52

63

2"

5.On the NV-LRC1,press a key where the learned function will be stored.

6.On the original remote, press and hold the key to be learned. The

LRC1’s LED will turn off. Continue holding the key on the original remote until the LRC1’s LED blinks twice.

NOTE: 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” above. If needed, also see

“Troubleshooting”. After review, start programming again at step1.

7.Repeat steps 2 to 6 for another key or press and hold SETUP to exit programming.

Deleting a Single Learning Key

1. Press and hold SETUP until the LED flashes twice.

NOTE: If more than 10 seconds pass between key presses, the remote exits programming.

2.Press SETUP, then976 to delete a learned function.

3.Press a source key once (1-6).

4.Press the key containing the learned function to be deleted. The remote blinks twice.

5.Repeat steps 2 to 4 for another key or press and hold SETUP to exit programming.

Deleting All Learned Keys in a Specific Mode

1. Press and hold SETUP until the LED blinks twice.

NOTE: If more than 10 seconds pass between key presses, the remote exits programming.

2.Press 976.

3.Press a source key twice (1-6) to clear all the learned keys for that

Mode. The LED blinks twice.

4.Repeat step 3 for another key or press and hold SETUP to exit Programming.

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Troubleshooting

PROBLEM: LED does not blink when you press a key.

SOLUTION: Replace battery with one new 3.3 V 2032 Lithium battery.PROBLEM: LED blinks when you press a key, but device does not respond.SOLUTION: Make sure the remote is aimed at your device and is not more than 15 feet away.

PROBLEM: LED blinks one long blink.

SOLUTION: An entry error has occurred (for example, wrong key). Try entry sequence again.

PROBLEM: Remote does not control sources or commands are not working properly.

SOLUTION: Try all listed codes for the device. Make sure the device operates with an infrared remote control.

PROBLEM: CH+,CH-,and LAST do not work for your RCA TV.

SOLUTION: Due to RCA design from 1983 to 1987, only the original remote control will operate these functions.

PROBLEM: No volume on a source.

SOLUTION: See “Changing Volume Lock”.PROBLEM: Channels do not change properly.

SOLUTION: If the original remote control required you to press Enter to change channels, press Enter on this remote after entering the channel number.

Control for NuVo T2 Tuner

 

Move the cursor up and down to

 

scroll through T2 categories (as

 

setup in T2 configurator).

 

Move left and right to scroll through

 

T2 knob functions.

 

Press OK to make a selection.

 

Tune forward and backward, scan,

 

and seek forward and backward.

INFO

Press INFO to access WX.

 

MENU

Press MENU to access AUX.

EXIT

Press EXIT to access AM.

 

GUIDE

Press GUIDE to access FM.

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MANUFACTURER’S CODES

Setup Codes for Audio Amplifiers

Accuphase

30382

Acurus

30765

Adcom

31100, 30577

Aiwa

30406

AudioSource

30011

Bel Canto Design

31583

Bose

30674

Carver

30269

Classe

31461, 31462

Curtis Mathes

30300

Denon

30160

Durabrand

31561

GE

30078

Harman/Kardon

30892

JVC

30331

Kenwood

30356

Korsun

31483

Left Coast

30892

Lenoxx

31561

Linn

30269

Logitech

31408

Luxman

30165

Magnavox

30269

Marantz

30892,30321, 30269

Mark Levinson

31483

Nakamichi

30321

NEC

30264

Optimus

30395, 30300

Panasonic

30521, 30308

Parasound

30246

Philips

30892, 30269

Pioneer

30013, 30300

Polk Audio

30892, 30269

PS Audio

31523

RCA

30300

Realistic

30395

Sansui

30321

Shure

30264

Sony

30689,30220, 30815

Soundesign

30078, 30211

Technics

30521, 30308

Victor

30331

Wards

30078, 30211, 30013

Yamaha

30354, 30143, 30133, 30504

YBA

31502

Setup Codes for Audio Amp/Tuners

ADC

30531

Adcom

31616, 30616, 31617

Aiwa

31405, 30158, 30189, 31243, 31089, 31388,

 

30121, 30405, 31321, 31641, 31347

Akai

30224, 30076, 31512, 31255

Alco

31390

Amphion Media Works

31615, 31563

AMW

31563, 31615

Anam

31609, 31074, 30281

Apex Digital

31430, 31257

Arcam

31120

Audiophase

31387

Audiotronic

31189

Audiovox

31390, 31627

AVLight

30158

Bel Canto Design

31584

Bose

31229, 31253, 30639

Brix

31602

Cambridge Soundworks

31477, 31370

Capetronic

30531

Carver

31189, 30189, 30042, 31089, 30008, 30360

Casio

30195

Clarinette

30195

Classic

31352

Coby

31513, 31389, 31263

Compaq

31136

Criterion

31420

Curtis

31596

Curtis Mathes

30080

Daewoo

31250

Dell

31383

Denon

31360, 30004, 31104, 30771, 31311, 30273,

 

31142, 30301

Dynamic Bass

30360

Emerson

30424, 30255

Fisher

31409, 30360, 30219, 31801, 30042

Fonmix

31360

Fosgate

31487

Garrard

30424, 30281, 30463, 30146, 30440

Gateway

31517, 31567

6

GE

31379

 

 

Glory Horse

31263

 

 

Go Video

31532

 

 

Goldstar

30281

 

 

GPX

31299

 

 

Hafler

30146

 

 

Harman/Kardon

30110, 30189, 30891

 

 

Hewlett Packard

31181

 

 

Hitachi

31801, 31273

 

 

Initial

31426

 

 

Inkel

30027, 30062, 30502, 30491

 

 

Integra

30135, 31298

 

 

JBL

30110, 31306, 30281

 

 

JVC

30074, 31282, 31263, 31495, 31374

 

 

Kansai

30440

 

 

Kenwood

31313, 31570, 31569, 30027, 31051, 30077,

 

 

 

30313, 31027, 30042, 30239, 30569, 31052,

 

30186, 30314

 

 

KLH

31412, 31390, 31428

 

 

Koss

30424, 30255, 31366

 

 

Lasonic

31798, 31510

 

 

Lenoxx

31437

 

 

Lexicon

31076

 

 

Linn

30189

 

 

Liquid Video

31497

 

 

Lloyd’s

30195

 

 

LXI

30181

 

 

Magnavox

31189, 31269, 30189, 30128, 30391, 30195,

 

 

 

31089, 31514, 30531

 

 

Marantz

31189, 31269, 30039, 30189, 31089, 31289,

 

 

 

30200, 30128

 

 

MCS

30039, 30346

 

 

Memorex

31596

 

 

Mitsubishi

31393

 

 

Modulaire

30195

 

 

Musicmagic

31089

 

 

NAD

30320

 

 

Nakamichi

30347, 30097, 31555

 

 

NEC

30235

 

 

Norcent

31389

 

 

NuVo

32000, 32001

 

 

Onkyo

30135, 31298, 30842, 30380, 31531

 

 

Optimus

31023, 30801, 31074, 30080, 30186, 30531,

 

 

30797, 30042, 30181, 30440, 30738, 30849,

 

30177, 30219, 30670

 

 

Oritron

31497, 31366

 

 

Panasonic

31518, 30039, 31548, 31764, 30518, 31350,

 

 

 

31763, 30367, 31316, 31509, 31633, 30309,

 

31288, 31363

 

 

Penney

30195

 

 

Philco

31390

 

 

Philips

31189, 31269, 30189, 31365, 31089, 31266,

 

31283, 30891, 31368, 30391, 31120, 31268

 

 

Pioneer

31023, 30150, 30630, 31184, 30080, 30531,

 

 

31084, 31384, 30244,31343

 

 

Polaroid

31508

 

 

Polk Audio

30189, 31289

 

 

Proscan

31254

 

 

Qisheng

31609, 31390

 

 

Quasar

30039

 

 

RadioShack

31263

 

 

RCA

31023, 31609, 31254, 30346, 30531, 31154,

 

 

31511, 30080, 30530, 31074, 31390, 30054,

 

30360

 

 

Realistic

30195, 30181, 30163

 

 

Regent

31437

 

 

Rio

31869, 31383

 

 

Saba

31519

 

 

Samsung

31500, 31295

 

 

Sansui

30189, 30346, 30193, 31089

 

 

Sanyo

30801, 30360, 31469, 30219, 31251

 

 

Scott

30163, 30322

 

 

Sharp

31286, 30186, 31386, 31361

 

 

Sharper Image

31545, 31556, 30797, 31409, 31416, 31549,

 

 

 

31385, 31411, 31546, 31723, 31263, 31410

 

 

Sherwood

30491, 31423, 30062, 31077, 30502, 31653

 

 

Shinco

31390

 

 

Shinsonic

31426

 

 

Silsonic

30176, 31426

 

 

Sonic

30281

 

 

Sonic Blue

31383, 31869, 31532

 

 

Sony

31058, 31441, 31258, 31759, 30158, 31442,

 

 

 

31529, 31758, 31371, 31503, 31042, 31658,

 

 

 

31158, 31858, 31367, 31406, 31458, 30168,

 

 

 

31558, 31131, 31349, 31382

 

 

Soundesign

30670

 

 

Stereophonics

31023

 

 

Sunfire

31313, 30314, 30313, 31052

 

 

Tae Kwang

30440

 

 

Teac

30163, 31267, 31074, 31528, 30463, 31390

 

 

Technics

31308, 31518, 30039, 30518, 30309, 31309,

 

 

30208

 

 

Techwood

30281

 

 

7

Thorens

31189

Venturer

31390, 30849

Victor

30074

Wards

30158, 30189, 30080, 30054

Yamaha

30176, 30081, 31176, 31375, 30186, 31331,

 

31276

Yorx

30195

Zenith

31293, 30857, 30281, 31869

Setup Codes for Cable Converters

ABC

00003, 00008, 00014, 00001, 00007, 00013,

 

00011, 00017

Allegro

00315, 00153

Americast

00899

Antronix

00207, 00022

Archer

00797, 00207, 00153, 00022

Belcor

00056

Bell & Howell

00014

Bell South

00899

Cable Star

00056

Cabletenna

00022

Cableview

00022

Century

00153

Citizen

00315, 00153

Clearmaster

00883

ClearMax

00883

Colour Voice

00025, 00031

Comtronics

00040

Contec

00019

Coolmax

00883

Daeryung

01877, 00877, 00477, 00008

Digi

00637

Director

00476

Dumont

00637

Eastern

00002

Emerson

00797

Everquest

00040, 00015

Focus

00400

Funai

00019

Garrard

00153

GC Electronics

00207, 00056

Gehua

00476

Gemini

00797, 00015

General Instrument

00476, 00810, 00276, 00003, 00014, 00011,

 

00015

Global

01327

GMI

00015, 00797

GoldStar

00144, 00040

Goodmind

00797

Hamlin

00009, 00273, 00034, 00020, 00259

Hitachi

00014, 00011

Hytex

00007

Jasco

00015, 00315, 00153

Jebsee

00400

Jerrold

00476, 00810, 00276, 00003, 00012, 00014,

 

00011, 00015

Leon

00015

LG

00144, 00040

Linsay

00440

Magnavox

00027

Memorex

00000

Motorola

00476, 00810, 00276, 01254, 01106, 01376

Movie Time

00156, 00063

MS

00015

MultiVision

00012

Novaplex

00618

NSC

00063, 00156

Oak

00019, 00007

Optimus

00021

Pace

01877, 00237

Panasonic

00000, 00008, 00107, 00040, 00021

Panther

00637

Paragon

00000

Philips

00317, 00027, 00025, 00153, 00013, 00031,

 

01305

Pioneer

01877, 00877, 00144, 00533, 01021

Popular Mechanics

00400

Pulsar

00000

Quasar

00000

RadioShack

00015, 00883, 00797, 00315

RCA

00021

Realistic

00207

Recoton

00400

Regal

00279, 00273, 00259, 00020

Regency

00002

Rembrandt

00011

Runco

00000

Samsung

00000, 00144, 00040

Scientific Atlanta

01877, 00877, 00477, 00008, 00017

Seam

00510

Signal

00040, 00015

Signature

00011

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