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U N I V E R S A L R E M O T E C O N T R O L S

URC 6800

Cinema 6+

Manual

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CONTENTS

 

OVERVIEW ............................................................................

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FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS ..............................................

4

INSTALLING THE BATTERIES ..............................................

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SETTING UP YOUR COMPONENTS ....................................

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Programming the Cinema 6++ to operate your TV ............

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Setup Codes For TVs ....................................................

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Programming the Cinema 6++ to operate your VCR ......

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Setup Codes For VCRs ................................................

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Programming the Cinema 6++ to operate your

 

TV/VCR Combo ................................................................

13

Setup Codes For TV/VCR Combos..............................

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Programming the Cinema 6+ to operate your DVD or

 

Laser Disc Player..........................................................

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Setup Codes for DVD Players ......................................

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Setup Codes for Laser Disc Players ............................

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Programming the Cinema 6++ to operate

 

your Receiver/Tuner ......................................................

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Setup Codes For Receivers/Tuner................................

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Programming the Cinema 6++ to operate your CD Player.17

Setup Codes For CD Players ......................................

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Programming the Cinema 6++ to operate your

 

Cable Converter or Satellite..........................................

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Setup Codes for Cable Converters ..............................

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Setup Codes for Satellites ............................................

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SEARCHING FOR YOUR CODE..........................................

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RETRIEVING THE CODES FROM THE Cinema 6+ ..........

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LEARNING FUNCTIONS ONTO THE 1L~4L KEYS ..........

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Deleting Functions from the L Keys..................................

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SETTING UP OTHER COMPONENTS................................

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Setup Codes For Audio Cassettes ..............................

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Setup Codes For IR Home Automation........................

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Setup Codes For MiniDisc............................................

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Setup Codes For Video Accessories............................

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Setup Codes For Amplifer ............................................

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Setup Codes For Miscellaneous Audio ........................

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RE-ASSIGNINGDEVICE KEYS ..........................................

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PROGRAMMING THE MACRO KEYS ................................

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VOLUME LOCK ..................................................................

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USING THE SLEEP KEY......................................................

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TROUBLE SHOOTING ........................................................

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OVERVIEW

Thank you for purchasing the One For All® Cinema 6+universal remote control with learning. Along with being a complete Home Theater universal remote, the Cinema 6+’s sophisticated technology will allow you to finally consolidate the clutter of all of the original remotes in your home entertainment system. Through patented learning technology, you can teach your Cinema 6+ the unique features of your original remotes and create the complete universal remote control – only from One For All.

Before you can use your new remote control, you will need to program it to operate the specific home entertainment components you wish to control. Follow the instructions detailed in this manual to set up your Cinema 6+ and enjoy your new remote control.

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FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS

The illustration below and the chart on the next three pages describe the features and functions of the Cinema 6+ universal remote control. Use the drawing to locate each feature of the remote, then refer to the chart for a description of what function each feature performs.

FEATURE - FUNCTION

The Light (LED) flashes red to show

that the remote is working and is sending a signal.

The SETUP key is used to program your

Cinema 6+.

The POWER key controls power ON and OFF the same as the POWER key on your original remote. Please note that most CD Players do not have an ON/OFF function on the original remote control. If this is the case with your CD Player, thenPOWER will have no effect on your CD Player.

The TV, VCR, DVD/LD, RCVR, CDand CBL/SATkeys are used to select the home entertainment component you want to control. If your component does not respond when you press a key on the remote control, press the appropriate device key (TV, VCR, DVD/LD, RCVR, CDor CBL/ SAT) first to tell the remote control which component you would like the remote to operate.

The VOL ▲ (Volume Up),VOL ▲(Volume Down) andMUTE keys control the volume the same as the Volume Up and Down and Mute keys on your original remote.

The CH ▲(Channel Up) andCH ▲(Channel Down) keys change channels the same as the Channel Up and Down keys on your original remote. The

CH/ ▲ keys also control the following functions in other modes:DVD/LD mode = Skip Forward/ Skip Reverse,RCVR andCD mode = Preset Up/Preset Down.

The Digit keys (0-9)control direct channel access the same as the Digit keys on your original remote. The Digit keys(0-9)may also control the following functions in other modes:RCVR mode = Input Selections.

The ENTER key operates the same as the Enter key on your original remote. If your original remote control required you to use an Enter key to change channels, use theENTER key on theCinema 6+ after entering your channel number. TheENTER key may also control the following functions in other mode:RCVR mode = TAPE MON.

The PREV CH (Previous Channel) key operates the same as the Last Channel or Recall key on your original remote. ThePREV CH key may also control the following functions in other modes:DVD/LD,RCVR andCD mode = Random.

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The SLEEP key accesses the Sleep Timer of your home entertainment components (TV,CBL/SAT andRCVR modes only). Even if your component does not have a Sleep Timer, theCinema 6+ may access its ownbuilt-insleep timer. See page 28 for additional information.

The REW (Rewind),PL (PLAY),FF (Fast Forward)REC (Record),STOP, andPAUSE keys operate the same as the transport keys on your original VCR, Laser Disc, DVD and CD Player remote. As a safety feature of theCinema 6+, you must press theREC key twice before recording.

The TV/VCR key operates the same as the TV/VCR key on your original VCR remote. TheTV/VCR key may also control the following functions in other modes:TV mode = TV/VIDEO,CBL/SAT mode = A/B or TV/SAT,DVD/LD mode = TV/LD,RCVR mode = Input Select,CD mode = A/B.

The MENU key operates the same as the MENU or OSD (On Screen Display) key on your original remote. Use ▲, ▲, ▲ and ▲(Menu Up, Down, Left and Right) to navigate your menus. If your original remote control had a SELECT key to select options in your menus, useSEL. Use theEXIT key to exit/clear yourOn-Screenmenus. Please consult your home entertainment component’s original owner’s manual for more detailed instructions on usingOn-Screenmenus.

The ▲, ▲, ▲ and ▲(Menu Up, Down, Left and Right) keys are used to navigate your On-Screenmenus. The ▲, ▲, ▲ and ▲keys may also control the following functions in other modes:RCVR mode = Rear Level +/- and Balance Left/Right,CD mode = Track +/- and Disc+/-.

The SEL (Select) key selects options in your OnScreen menus. TheSEL key may also control the following functions in other modes:RCVR mode = Surround Mode,CD mode = Disc Select,DVD/LD mode = Chapter.

The EXIT key exits or clears your on screen menus. TheEXIT key may also control the following functions in other modes:RCVR andCD mode = Open/Close.

ThePROG/GUIDE key operates your components

secondary menus as well as your DBS system’s and Cable Converter’s Guide function. Use the ▲, ▲, ▲ and ▲ (Menu Up, Down, Left and Right) keys to navigate your menus. If your original remote control had a SELECT key to select options in your menus, use SEL. Use theEXIT key to exit/clear your On-

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Screen menus. Please consult your home entertainment component’s original owner’s manual for more detailed instructions on accessing and navigating your On-Screenmenus.

The DISPLAY key operates the Display function of your home entertainment components.

The PIP On/Off key accesses your TV’sPicture-in-Picture feature. ThePIP On/Off key may also control the following functions in other modes:CD

mode =Disk Skip, DVD/LD mode = Subtitle On/Off,CBL/SAT mode = View.

The SWAP key swaps thePicture-inPicture window and the TV’s main picture. TheSWAP key may also control the following functions in other modes:

CBL/SAT mode = SAT.

The MOVE PIP key moves the Picturein-Picturewindow around your TV screen. TheMOVE PIP key may also control the following functions in other modes:DVD/LD mode = Angle,CBL/SAT mode = Next.

TheSURROUND key operates the same as the Surround On/Off key on your original remote. TheSURROUND key may also control the following unctions in other modes:VCR mode = Auto Tracking,DVD/LD mode = Disc,CBL/SAT mode = Favorite Channel,CD mode = 10+.

TheMACRO andMACRO2 keys can sequentially memorize up to 15 key strokes per key for access with a single key press. These keys are not mode specific. See page 26 for more details.

1L,2L,3L, and4L aremode-specificlearning keys that allow you to customize yourCinema 6+ for unique functions not found on your new remote control. They

will accept up to four new functions per device mode for a total of 24 new functions. See page 22 for additional details.

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INSTALLING THE BATTERIES

Your Cinema 6+ requires four (4) new AAA alkaline batteries. To install the batteries:

1.On the back of the Cinema 6+, pull back on the tab and lift the battery cover off.

2.Match the + and - marks on the batteries to the

+ and - marks in the battery case, then insert the

batteries.

3.Press the battery cover back into place.

4.Test the unit by pressing POWER. If the bateries are inserted correctly, the red light will blink.

NOTE: Removing the batteries will not require you to reprogram your remote control because the Cinema 6+ has unlimited memory backup.

SETTING UP YOUR COMPONENTS Programming the Cinema 6+ to operate your TV:

NOTE: If you are trying to program a TV/VCR combination, do not perform these instructions. Instead, follow the steps in “Programming the Cinema 6+ to operate your TV/VCR Combo” starting on page 13.

Locate the brand name of your TV in the “Setup Codes For TVs” section (starting on the next page), and write it in the space below.

TV Brand: ________________________________

The brands are listed in alphabetical order with the most popular codes listed first. You will use one of these codes to program your Cinema 6+ to operate your TV as follows:

1. Turn on your TV.

2. On the Cinema 6+, pressTV and release. Press and holdSETUP until the red light blinks twice, then releaseSETUP.

3.Enter the first four-digitTV code listed for your brand. If performed correctly, the red light will blink twice when you enter the final digit.

4.Aim the Cinema 6+ at your TV and press

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POWER. The TV should turn off. If it does not

 

respond, repeat steps 2-4,trying each code listed for

 

your brand until you find the one that operates your

 

TV.

 

NOTE: If you have tried all the codes listed for your

 

brand and your TV does not respond, try using the

 

search method found on page 21.

5.

Your Cinema 6+ is now programmed to operate your

 

TV. Write your TV code in the boxes to the left for

 

future reference.

Remember, if you want to use your Cinema 6+ to operate your TV, press theTV key first.

Setup Codes For TVs

Admiral

0093, 0179, 0180, 0016, 0047

Aiko

0092

Akai

0030

Alaron

0179

Ambassador

0177

Ampro

0751

Anam

0180

AOC

0019, 0185, 0003

Audiovox

0451, 0092, 0180, 0003

Baysonic

0180

Beaumark

0017, 0030, 0179

Belcor

0019

Bell & Howell

0154, 0016

Bradford

0180

Brockwood

0019

Candle

0056, 0030

Carnivale

0030

Carver

0054

Celebrity

0000

Cineral

0451, 0092

Citizen

0060, 0092, 0030, 0056, 0039

Clairtone

0185

Concerto

0056

Contec

0180, 0185

Craig

0180

Crown

0180, 0039

Curtis Mathes

0030, 0060, 0154, 0039, 0466, 1147, 1347

CXC

0180

Daewoo

0451, 0092, 0019, 0039, 0624

Daytron

0019

Denon

0145

Dumont

0017, 0019

Dwin

0720, 0774

Electroband

0000, 0185

Emerson

0463, 0236, 0180, 0019, 0154, 0177, 0178, 0179, 0185,

 

0282, 0039, 0624

Envision

0030

Fisher

0154, 0159

Fujitsu

0179

Funai

0171, 0179, 0180

Futuretech

0180

GE

0047, 0051, 0451, 0021, 0178, 0282, 0135, 1147, 1347

Gibralter

0019, 0030, 0017

Goldstar

0019, 0030, 0178, 0039

Gradiente

0053, 0056

Grunpy

0179, 0180

Hallmark

0178

Harvard

0180

Hitachi

0145, 0151, 0056

Infinity

0054

JBL

0054

JCB

0000

JVC

0053

KEC

0180

Kenwood

0019, 0030

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Kloss

0024

 

KTV

0030, 0180, 0185, 0032

 

Setup Codes For TVs (continued)

 

LG

0056

 

Logik

0016

 

Luxman

0056

 

LXI

0047, 0054, 0154, 0156, 0178

 

Magnasonic

0179, 0030, 0092, 0093, 0019, 0003, 0054, 0156

Magnavox

0054, 0096, 0187, 0030, 0179, 0171

 

Majestic

0016

 

Marantz

0054, 0030

 

Matsushita

0250

 

Megatron

0145, 0178

 

MEI

0185

 

Memorex

0056, 0150, 0154, 0016, 0178

 

MGA

0150, 0019, 0030, 0178

 

Midland

0017, 0047, 0051, 0135, 0039

 

Minutz

0021

 

Mitsubishi

0150, 0093, 0019, 0178

 

Motorola

0093

 

MTC

0060, 0019, 0030, 0056, 0185

 

Multitech

0180

 

NAD

0156, 0166, 0178

 

NEC

0019, 0030, 0056

 

Nikko

0030, 0092, 0178

 

NTC

0092

 

Onwa

0180

 

Optimus

0250, 0154, 0166

 

Optonica

0093, 0165

 

Orion

0236, 0436

 

Panasonic

0250, 0051

 

Penney

0047, 0156, 0051, 0030, 0019, 0021, 0060, 0135, 0178,

 

0039, 1347

 

Philco

0054, 0145, 0096, 0019, 0030

 

Philips

0054

 

Pilot

0019, 0030, 0039

 

Pioneer

0166

 

Portland

0092, 0019, 0039

 

Prism

0051

 

Proscan

0047

 

Proton

0178, 0466

 

Pulsar

0017, 0019

 

Quasar

0250, 0051, 0165

 

RadioShack

0047, 0056, 0154, 0019, 0030, 0165,

0178, 0180, 0039

RCA

0047, 0019, 0090, 0135, 1047, 1147, 1247, 1347

Realistic

0056, 0154, 0019, 0030, 0165, 0178, 0180, 0039

Rhapsody

0185

 

Runco

0017, 0030, 0603

 

Sampo

0030, 0039

 

Samsung

0060, 0019, 0030, 0056, 0178, 0039

 

Samsux

0039

 

Sansei

0451

 

Sanyo

0154, 0159

 

Scimitsu

0019

 

Scotch

0178

 

Scott

0236, 0019, 0178, 0179, 0180

 

Sears

0047, 0054, 0056, 0154, 0156, 0171, 0178, 0159, 0179

Semivox

0180

 

Semp

0156

 

Sharp

0093, 0165, 0039

 

Shogun

0019

 

Signature

0016

 

Simpson

0187

 

Sony

0000

 

Soundesign

0178, 0179, 0180

 

Squareview

0171

 

SSS

0019, 0180

 

Starlite

0180

 

Supreme

0000

 

Sylvania

0054, 0096, 0030

 

Symphonic

0171

 

Tandy

0093

 

Technics

0250, 0051

 

Technol Ace

0179

 

Techwood

0051, 0056

 

Teknika

0054, 0056, 0060, 0092, 0150, 0016, 0019, 0179, 0180,

 

0039

 

Telefunken

0056

 

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TMK

0056, 0177, 0178

Toshiba

0156, 0060, 0154

Setup Codes For TVs (continued)

Tosonic

0185

Totevision

0039

Vector Research

0030

Victor

0053

Vidikron

0054

Vidtech

0019, 0178

Viking

0046

Wards

0016, 0019, 0030, 0054, 0056, 0096, 0165, 0178, 0179,

White

0021

 

Westinghouse

0451, 0463, 0236, 0180, 0624

Yamaha

0019, 0030

Zenith

0017, 0092, 0016

Programming the Cinema 6+ to operate your VCR:

Locate the brand name of your VCR in the “Setup Codes For VCRs” section (starting on the next page), and write it in the space below.

VCR Brand: ______________________________

The brands are listed in alphabetical order with the most popular codes listed first. You will use one of these codes to program your Cinema 6+ to operate your VCR as folllows:

1.Turn on your VCR and play a tape.

2.On theCinema 6+, pressVCR and release. Press and holdSETUP until the red light blinks twice, then releaseSETUP.

3.Enter the first four-digitVCR code listed for your brand. If you perform this procedure correctly, the red light will blink twice when entering the final digit.

4. or

Aim the Cinema 6+ at your VCR and pressPOWER.

 

Your VCR should turn off. If your original VCR

 

remote control did not have a POWER key, press

 

STOP. Your VCR should stop. If your VCR does not

 

respond, repeat steps 2-4,trying each code listed for

 

your brand until you find the one that operates your

 

VCR.

 

NOTE: If you have tried all the codes listed for your

 

brand and your VCR does not respond, try using the

 

search method found on page 21.

5.

Your Cinema 6+ is now programmed to operate your

 

VCR. Write your VCR code in the boxes to the left

 

for future reference.

Remember, if you want to use your Cinema 6+ to operate your VCR, press the VCR key first.

Setup Codes For VCRs

Admiral

0048, 0121, 0184, 0039, 0060, 0202

Adventura

0000

Aiko

0278

Aiwa

0037, 0000

Akai

0041

American High

0035

Asha

0240

Audiovox

0037

Beaumark

0240

Bell & Howell

0104

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Broksonic

0184, 0209, 0479, 0002, 0121

Calix

0037

Setup Codes For VCRs (continued)

Canon

0035

Carver

0081

CCE

0072, 0278

Cineral

0278

Citizen

0037, 0278

Colt

0072

Craig

0072, 0240, 0037, 0047, 0271

Curtis Mathes

0035, 0041, 0060, 0202

Cybernex

0240

Daewoo

0278, 0045

Denon

0042

Dynatech

0000

Electrohome

0037

Electrophonic

0037

Emerex

0032

Emerson

0209, 0184, 0479, 0278, 0000, 0002, 0036, 0037, 0043,

 

0068, 0121, 0184, 0212

Fisher

0104, 0047, 0066

Fuji

0033, 0035

Funai

0000

Garrard

0000

GE

0060, 0035, 0048, 0240

Goldstar

0037, 0038

Go-Video

0432, 0526

Gradiente

0000

Harley Davidson

0000

Harman/Kardon

0038

Harwood

0072, 0068, 0072

Headquarter

0046

HI-Q

0047

Hitachi

0041, 0000, 0042

Jensen

0041

JVC

0041, 0067

KEC

0037, 0278

Kenwood

0038, 0041, 0067

KLH

0072

Kodak

0035, 0037

Lloyd’s

0000, 0208

Logik

0072

LXI

0037

Magnasonic

0278, 0179, 0171, 0020, 0037, 0072, 0240

Magnavox

0035, 0081, 0000, 0039, 0110, 0149

Magnin

0240

Marantz

0035, 0081

Marta

0037

Matsushita

0162, 0035, 0454

MEI

0035

Memorex

0162, 0240, 0035, 0037, 0104, 0000, 0039, 0046, 0047,

 

0048, 1037, 1062, 1162, 1262

MGA

0043, 0240

MGN Technology 0240

Minolta

0042

Mitsubishi

0043, 0048, 0067

Motorola

0035, 0048

MTC

0240, 0000

Multitech

0000, 0072

NEC

0038, 0041, 0067, 0104

Nikko

0037

Noblex

0240

Olympus

0035

Optimus

0162, 0048, 0037, 0104, 0454, 1037, 1062, 1162, 1262

Orion

0209, 0184, 0479, 0002

Panasonic

0162, 0035, 0077, 0225, 0454, 1062, 1162, 1262

Penney

0035, 0037, 0038, 0042, 0240

Pentax

0042

Philco

0035, 0209, 0479

Philips

0035, 0081, 0110

Pilot

0037

Pioneer

0067, 0162

Proscan

0060, 0202

Protec

0072

Pulsar

0039

Quarter

0046

Quartz

0046

Quasar

0162, 0035, 0077, 0454, 1062, 1162, 1262

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RadioShack

0000, 0037, 1037, 1062, 1162, 1262

Radix

0037

Setup Codes For VCRs (continued)

Randex

0037

RCA

0060, 0240, 0042, 0035, 0048, 0077, 0149

Realistic

0000, 0035, 0037, 0046, 0047, 0048, 0066, 0104

Runco

0039

Samsung

0240, 0045

Sanky

0048, 0039

Sansui

0000, 0041, 0067, 0271, 0479

Sanyo

0104, 0046, 0047, 0054, 0240

Scott

0043, 0045, 0121, 0184, 0210

Sears

0000, 0035, 0037, 0042, 0046, 0047, 0066, 0104

Semp

0045

Sharp

0048

Shintom

0072

Shogun

0240

Singer

0072

Sony

0032, 0033, 0000, 0035

STS

0042

Sylvania

0035, 0081, 0043, 0000, 0110

Symphonic

0000

Tatung

0041

TEAC

0000, 0041

Technics

0162, 0035

Teknika

0000, 0035, 0037

Thomas

0000

TMK

0240, 0036, 0208

Toshiba

0043, 0045, 0066, 0210

Totevision

0037, 0240

Unitech

0240

Vector Research

0038

Vector

0045

Video Concepts

0040, 0045

Videosonic

0240

Wards

0000, 0035, 0042, 0047, 0048, 0060, 0072, 0081, 0149,

White

0240

 

Westinghouse

0278, 0479, 0209, 0184

XR-1000

0000, 0035, 0072

Yamaha

0038

Zenith

0039, 0000, 0033

Programming the Cinema 6+ to operate your TV/VCR Combo:

Locate the brand name of your TV/ VCR Combo in the “Setup Codes For TV/ VCR Combos” section (starting on the next page), and write it in the space below.

TV/VCR Combo Brand: ____________________

The brands are listed in alphabetical order with the most popular codes listed first. You will use one of these codes to program your Cinema 6+ to operate your TV/VCR Combo as follows:

1.Turn on your TV/VCR Combo.

2.PressVCR and release. Press and holdSETUP until theCinema 6+’s red light blinks twice, then release

SETUP.

3.Enter the first four-digitTV/VCR code listed for your brand in the “Setup Codes For TV/VCR Combos” section. If you perform this procedure correctly, the red light will blink twice when you enter the final digit of your code.

4.Aim the Cinema 6+ at your TV/VCR Combo and pressPOWER. The unit should turn off. If it does not respond, Repeat steps2-4,trying each code listed for your brand until you find the one that operates your

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TV/VCR Combo.

 

NOTE: If you have tried all the codes listed for your

 

brand and your TV/VCR Combo does not respond,

 

try using the search method found on page 21.

5.

Your Cinema 6+ is now programmed to operate your

 

TV/VCR Combo. Write your TV/VCR Combo code in

 

the boxes to the left for future reference.

Remember, to use your Cinema 6+ to operate your TV/VCR Combo, press the VCR key first.

Setup Codes For TV/VCR Combos

American High

0035*

Brocksonic

0002, 0294, 0479

Colt

0072

Curtis Mathes

0035*

Daewoo

0278*

Emerson

0002, 0294, 0479

Funai

0000

GE

0035*, 0060*, 0048*, 0240

Hitachi

0035*, 0000

HQ

0000

Lloyds

0000

Magnavox

0000, 0035*, 0081*

Magnin

0240

Memorex

0037, 0162*

MGA

0240

Mitsubishi

0048*

Orion

0002, 0294, 0479

Panasonic

0035*, 0162*

Penney’s

0035*, 0240, 0162*

Quasar

0035*, 0162*

RCA

0035*, 0060*, 0048*

Sansui

0000, 0479

Sanyo

0240

Sears

0000, 0037

Sony

0032*

Symphonic

0000

Zenith

0000

NOTE: If your TV/VCR works with one of the above codes highlighted with an asterisk (*), you may need to program a separate TV code to control the volume. Check the list of codes below and follow the instructions in the “Programming the Cinema 6+ to Operate Your TV” section to program the supplied TV code.

TV/VCRs working on VCR code 0032 may require

TV code 0000 for volume control.

TV/VCRs working on VCR code 0035 may require

TV code 0051 for volume control.

TV/VCRs working on VCR code 0048 may require

TV code 0093 for volume control.

TV/VCRs working on VCR code 0060 may require

TV code 0047 for volume control.

TV/VCRs working on VCR code 0081 may require

TV code 0054 for volume control.

TV/VCRs working on VCR code 0162 may require

TV code 0250 for volume control.

TV/VCRs working on VCR code 0278 may require

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TV code 0451 for volume control.

Programming the Cinema 6+ to operate your DVD or Laser Disc Player:

Locate the brand name of your DVD or Laser Disc Player in the DVD or Laser Disc Player setup codes (starting on the next page), and write it in the space below.

DVD/LD Player Brand: ______________________

The brands are listed in alphabetical order with the most popular codes listed first. You will use one of these codes to program your Cinema 6+ to operate your DVD or Laser Disc Player as follows:

1.Turn on your DVD or Laser Disc Player and insert a

disc.

2. Press DVD/LD and release. Press and holdSETUP until theCinema 6+’s red light blinks twice, then releaseSETUP.

3.Enter the first four-digitDVD or Laser Disc Player

code listed for your brand. If performed correctly, the red light will blink twice when entering the final digit.

4.Aim the Cinema 6+ at your DVD or Laser Disc Player and pressPOWER. Your

DVD or Laser Disc Player should turn off. If it does not respond, repeat steps 2-4,trying each code listed for your brand until you find the one that works.

NOTE: If you have tried all the codes listed for your

brand and your DVD or Laser Disc Player does not respond, try using the search method found on page 21.

5.

Your Cinema 6+ is now programmed to operate your

 

DVD or Laser Disc Player. Write your DVD or Laser

 

Disc Player code in the boxes to the left for future refer-

 

ence.

Remember, to use Cinema 6+ to operate your DVD or Laser Disc Player, press theDVD/LD key first.

Setup Codes for DVD Players

JVC

0558

Kenwood

0534

Magnavox

0503

Mitsubishi

0521

Onkyo

0503

Panasonic

0490

Philips

0539, 0503

Pioneer

0525, 0571

Proscan

0522

RCA

0522

Samsung

0573

Sony

0533

Technics

0490

Toshiba

0503

Yamaha

0490, 0545

Zenith

0503, 0591

Setup Codes for Laser Disc Players

Denon

0059

Mitsubishi

0059

NAD

0059

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Pioneer

0059

Sony

0193, 0201

Programming the Cinema 6+ to operate your Receiver/Tuner:

Locate the brand name of your Receiver/Tuner in the “Setup Codes For Receiver/Tuners” section (starting below page), and write it in below.

Receiver/Tuner Brand: ______________________

The brands are listed in alphabetical order with the most popular codes listed first. You will use one of these codes to program your Cinema 6+ to operate your Receiver/Tuner as follows:

1.Turn on your Receiver/Tuner.

2.Press RCVR and release. Press and holdSETUP until theCinema 6+’s red light blinks twice, then releaseSETUP.

3.Enter the first four-digitReceiver/Tuner code listed for your brand in the “Setup Codes For Receivers/Tuners” section. If performed correctly, the red light will blink twice when you enter the final digit.

4.Aim the Cinema 6+ at your Receiver/Tuner and pressPOWER. The unit should turn off. If it does not respond, repeat steps2-4,trying each code listed for your brand until you find one that works.

NOTE: If the unit still does not respond, try using the search method on page 21.

5.Your Cinema 6+ is now programmed to operate your Receiver/Tuner. Write your

Receiver/Tuner code in the boxes to the left for future reference.

Remember, to use your Cinema 6+ to operate your Receiver/Tuner, press theRCVR key first.

Setup Codes For Receivers/Tuners

ADC

0531

Akai

0076

Aiwa

0121, 0158, 0189, 0405

Bang & Olufsen

0898

Capetronic

0531

Carver

0008, 0042, 0189, 0360

Casio

0195

Clarinette

0195

Curtis Mathes

0039, 0080

Denon

0004

Fisher

0042, 0360

Garrard

0463

Harman/Kardon

0110, 0891, 0189

JBL

0110

JVC

0074

Kenwood

0027, 0313, 0314, 0186, 0042

Linn

0189

Lloyd’s

0195

LXI

0181

Magnavox

0189, 0195, 0531, 0391

Marantz

0039, 0189

MCS

0039

Modulaire

0195

NAD

0320

Nakamichi

0097

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Onkyo

0135, 0380

Optimus

0042, 0080, 0181, 0186, 0531, 0670, 0738, 0801

Panasonic

0039, 0309, 0518

Setup Codes For Receivers/Tuners (continued)

Penney

0195

Philips

0189

Pioneer

0014, 0080, 0150, 0531, 0630, 1023

Quasar

0039

RCA

0054, 0360, 0531, 0530

Realistic

0181, 0195

Sansui

0189

Scott

0322

Sharp

0186

Sherwood

0491, 0502

Sony

0158**, 0474

Soundesign

0670

TEAC

0463

Technics

0039, 0309, 0518

Victor

0074

Wards

0014, 0042, 0054, 0080, 0158, 0189

Yamaha

0176, 0186

Yorx

0195

Zenith

0857

**May use Misc. Audio code 0159 to operate surround and tuner presets. See page 23 for misc. audio setup and codes.

Programming the Cinema 6+ to operate your CD Player:

Locate the brand name of your CD Player in the “Setup Codes For CD Players” section (starting on the next page), and write

it in the space below.

CD Player Brand: __________________________

The brands are listed in alphabetical order with the most popular codes listed first. You will use one of these codes to program your Cinema 6+ to operate your CD Player as follows:

1.Turn on your CD Player and insert a disc.

2.Press CD and release. Press and holdSETUP until theCinema 6+’s red light blinks twice, then release

SETUP.

3.Enter the first four-digitCD Player code listed for your brand. If performed correctly, the red light will blink twice when you enter the final digit of your code.

4.Aim the Cinema 6+ at your CD Player and pressPL (Play). Your CD Player should play your disc. If it does not respond, repeat steps2-4,trying each code listed for your brand until you find the one that operates your CD Player.

NOTE: If you have tried all the codes listed for your brand and your CD Player does not respond, try using the search method found on page 21.

5.Your Cinema 6+ is now programmed to operate your

CD Player. Write your CD Player code in the boxes to the left for future reference.

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Remember, if you want to use your Cinema 6+ to operate your CD Player, press theCD key first.

Setup Codes For CD Players

Aiwa

0124, 0157

Bang & Olfusen

0212

Burmester

0420

California Audio

 

Lab

0029

Carver

0157, 0179, 0437

Denon

0003, 0873

DKK

0000

Emerson

0305

Fisher

0174, 0179

Garrard

0393, 0420

Genexxa

0032, 0305

Harman/Kardon

0173

Hitachi

0032

H/K

0157

JVC

0072

Kenwood

0028, 0037, 0190, 0826, 0681

Krell

0157

Linn

0157

LXI

0305

Magnavox

0157, 0305

Magnavox CD-R

0626

Marantz

0029, 0157, 0180

MCS

0029

Mission

0157

MTC

0420

Nikko

0174

NSM

0157

Onkyo

0101, 0868

Optimus

0000, 0032, 0037, 0145, 0179, 0305, 0420, 0437, 0468

Panasonic

0029

Philips

0157, 0626

Pioneer

0032, 0468, 0244, 0305

Proton

0157

QED

0157

Quasar

0029

RCA

0764, 0053, 0179, 0305

Realistic

0179, 0180, 0420

Rotel

0157, 0420

SAE

0157

Sansui

0157, 0305

Sanyo

0179

Scott

0305

Sears

0305

Sharp

0037, 0180, 0861

Sherwood

0180

Sony

0000, 0185, 0490, 0604, 0605

Soundesign

0145

Tascam

0420

TEAC

0174, 0180, 0393, 0420

Technics

0029

Victor

0072

Wards

0157, 0053

Yamaha

0036, 0187

Yorx

0461

Programming the Cinema 6+ to operate your Cable Converter or Satellite Receiver:

Locate the brand name of your Cable Converter or Satellite Receiver in the “SetupCodes for Cable Converters” or “Setup Codes for Satellite Receivers” section (starting on the next page), and write it in either space below.

Cable Converter Brand: ________________________________________________________

or

Satellite Receiver Brand: ____________________

The brands are listed in alphabetical order with the most popular codes listed first. You will use one of these codes to pro-

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gram your Cinema 6+ to operate your Cable Converter or Satellite Receiver as follows:

1.Turn on your Cable Converter or Satellite Receiver.

2.Press CBL/SAT and release. Press and holdSETUP until theCinema 6+’s red light blinks twice, then releaseSETUP.

3.Enter the first four-digitCable Converter or Satellite

Receiver code listed. If you perform this procedure correctly, the red light will blink twice when you enter the final digit of your code.

4.Aim the Cinema 6+ at your Cable Converter or Satellite Receiver and pressPOWER. Your Cable Converter or Satellite Receiver should turn off. If it does not respond, repeat steps2-4,trying each code listed for your brand until you find the one that operates your Cable Converter or Satellite Receiver.

NOTE: If you have tried all the codes listed for your brand and your Cable Converter or Sateliite Receiver does not respond, try using the search method found on page 21.

5.Your Cinema 6+ is now programmed to operate your

Cable Converter or Satellite Receiver. Write your Cable Converter or Satellite Receiver code in the boxes to the left for future reference.

Remember, if you want to use your Cinema 6+ to operate your Cable Converter or Satellite Receiver, press theCBL/SAT key first.

Setup Codes for Cable Converters

ABC

0003, 0008, 0014, 0007, 0001, 0011, 0013, 0017

Allegro

0153, 0315

Gantronix

0022, 0207

Archer

0797, 0153, 0022, 0207

Belcor

0056

Cable Star

0056

Cabletenna

0022

Cableview

0022

Century

0153

Citizen

0153, 0315

Colour Voice

0031

Comtronics

0040

Contec

0019

Digi

0637

Eastern

0002

Emerson

0797

Everquest

0015, 0040

Focus

0400

Garrard

0153

GC Electronics

0056, 0207

Gemini

0015

General

 

Instrument

0476, 0003, 0014, 0011, 0276, 0810

Goldstar

0144, 0040

Goodmind

0797

Hamlin

0259, 0009, 0020, 0034

Hitachi

0011

Hytex

0007

Jasco

0153, 0315, 0015

Jerrold

0476, 0003, 0014, 0011, 0012, 0015, 0810

Linsay

0440

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Magnavox

0027, 0014

Memorex

0000

Movie Time

0063, 0156

Novaplex

0618

Setup Codes for Cable Converters (continued)

NSC

0063, 0156

Oak

0007, 0019

Optimus

0021

Panasonic

0021, 0107, 0000

Panther

0637

Paragon

0000

Philips

0153, 0027, 0031

Pioneer

0144, 0023, 0533

Popular

 

Mechanics

0400

Prelude

0770

Pulsar

0000

RadioShack

0015, 0315, 0797, 0833

RCA

0021

Realistic

0207

Recoton

0400

Regal

0259, 0020

Regency

0002

Rembrandt

0011

Runco

0000

Samsung

0144, 0040

Scientific Atlanta

0477, 0008, 0017

Seam

0510

Signal

0015, 0040

Signature

0011

SL Marx

0040

Sprucer

0021

Starcom

0003, 0015

Stargate

0015, 0040, 0797

Starquest

0015

Sylvania

0001

Tandy

0258

Teleview

0040

Texscan

0001

TFC

0310

Timeless

0418

Tocom

0012, 0013

Toshiba

0000

Tusa

0015

TV86

0063

Unika

0153, 0022, 0207

United Artists

0007

United Cable

0003

Universal

0153, 0022, 0056, 0191, 0207

Videoway

0250

Viewstar

0063, 0027, 0258

Zenith

0525, 0000, 0015, 0207, 0008

Zentek

0400

Setup Codes for Satellites

AlphaStar DBS

0772

Chaparral

0216

Echostar DBS

0775

ExpressVu DBS

0775

General

 

Instrument

0361, 0627, 0869

Hitachi DBS

0819

HTS DBS

0775

Hughes Network

 

Systems DBS

0749

Jerrold Primestar 0627

Jerrold

0361

JVC

0775

Magnavox DBS

0722, 0724

Memorex DBS

0724

Panasonic DBS

0701

Philips DBS

0722, 0724

Primestar

0361, 0627

Proscan

0566

RCA DSS

0566, 0143, 0855

Sony DBS

0639

Star Choice DBS 0869

STS

0210

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Toshiba DBS

0790

Uniden DBS

0724, 0722

Zenith

0856

SEARCHING FOR YOUR CODE

If your TV, VCR or Cable Converter does not respond to the Cinema 6+ 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, after trying all of the codes for your TV, you still cannot get theCinema 6+ to operate your TV, then:

1.Turn on your TV.

2.PressTV and release. Press and holdSETUP until the

Cinema 6+’s red light blinks twice, then release

SETUP.

3.Press9 -9 -1.

4.Slowly alternate between pressing POWER* andTV until your TV turns OFF. Make sure that theCinema 6+ is aimed at your TV during the search. You may have to press this sequence of buttons (POWER* thenTV) up to 100 times to search the entire library of codes.

5.When your TV turns OFF, press and release SETUP to lock in the code for your TV. YourCinema 6+ is now programmed to operate your TV.

*If you are searching for your VCR, CD, LD or DVD Player code, you may want to play a tape or disk and use the STOP key instead of thePOWER key to search for your code. When your VCR stops, pressSETUP to lock in your code.

NOTE: To search for the codes of your other components, repeat Steps 1 through 5, only substitute the appropriate device key (ie.,VCR,DVD/LD,RCVR,CD orCBL/SAT) for the component you are searching for.

RETRIEVING THE CODES PROGRAMMED INTO THE

Cinema 6+

If you have set up the Cinema 6+ using the “SEARCHING FOR YOUR CODE” procedure, you may want to figure out whichfour-digitcode is operating your equipment. Use this procedure after you have set up your components to find out whichfour-digitcode is operating your equipment. For example,to find out which code is operating your TV after setting up your TV using the “SEARCHING FOR YOUR CODE” procedure:

1.Press TV and release. Press and holdSETUP until theCinema 6+’s red light blinks twice, then release

SETUP.

2.Press 9 -9 -0.

3.For the first digit of your four-digitcode, press1 and count the number of times the red light (LED) blinks on theCinema 6+. If the light does not blink when you press the number1, the digit is zero.

4.For the second digit, press 2 and count the number of times the red light (LED) blinks on theCinema 6+.

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If the light does not blink when you press the number 2, the digit is zero.

5. For the third digit, press3 and count the number of times the red light (LED) blinks on theCinema 6+. If the light does not blink when you press the number3, the digit is zero.

6.For the fourth and final digit, press 4 and count the number of times the red light (LED) blinks on theCinema 6+. If the light does not blink when you press the number4, the digit is zero. Now you have yourfour-digitcode.

NOTE: To find out the code for your other components, repeat Steps 1 through 6, only substitute the appropriate device key (VCR,DVD/LD,RCVR,CD orCBL/SAT) for the component code you wish to learn.

LEARNING FUNCTIONS ONTO THE 1L, 2L, 3L AND 4L

KEYS

The 1L, 2L, 3L and 4L keys can be used to customize those functions that are unique to your home entertainment needs. For example, the Cinema 6+ does not offerTracking Up orDown for a VCR. With the learning feature on theCinema 6+, youcan add these functions and many others learned from your original remote control.

NOTE: Please have your original remote controls handy before performing learning on the Cinema 6+.

1.Press and hold SETUP until theCinema 6+’s red light blinks twice, then release

SETUP.

2.Press 9 -7 -5. TheCinema 6+’s red light will blink twice.

3.Press and release the Device key in which you want to learn a feature (e.g., TV).

NOTE: Steps 4 through 6 need to be completed within 10 seconds. Please read the next three steps before proceeding.

4.Press and release the L key in which the new feature is to be learned. TheCinema 6+’s red light will flash rapidly.

5.Align your original remote control with the arrow mark to the left ofthe LED2"on your Cinema 6+ remote control (see diagram below)

6.On your original remote, press and hold the key (feature) you want to learn until the red light on the

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Cinema 6+ blinks twice. (If the red light does not blink twice, stop and repeat steps 1 through 6.)

NOTE: You can now repeat steps 3 through 6 to learn functions on the otherL keys.

7.Press and hold in the SETUP key until theCinema

6+’s red light flashes twice to lock in your new feature. (If the red light does not blink twice, stop and repeat steps 1 through 6).

8.To test the new feature, press and release the

Device key in which the feature was learned followed by the L key on which the feature was learned.

Deleting Functions from the L Keys:

1.Press and hold in the SETUP key until theCinema 6+’s red light flashes twice and then release the

SETUP key.

2.Enter in 9 -7 -6.

3. Press and release the Device key (e.g.,TV) where the learned feature to be deleted is stored.

4.Press the L key to be deleted twice. TheCinema 6+’s red light will blink twice after the second press of theL key.

SETTING UP OTHER COMPONENTS

In addition to the components labeled on the device keys (TV,VCR,DVD/LD,CBL/SAT, etc.), the Cinema 6+ can also operate the following components: Cassette Decks, Infrared Home Automation, MiniDisc, Video Accessories, Amplifier and Miscellaneous Audio Components (Graphic Equalizers and Digital Music Service Boxes).

The Setup Codes for these components can be accessed under the following device keys:

Cassette Decks:Use the VCR Key

IR Home Automation:

Use the CD Key

MiniDisc:

Use the CD Key

Video Accessories:

Use the CBL/SAT Key

(Note : WebTV found under Video Accessories)

Amplifier

Use the RCVR Key

Miscellaneous Audio: Use the RCVR Key

For example, to set up a Cassette Player on the VCR key:

1.Turn on your Cassette Player and insert a tape.

2.Press VCR and release. Press and holdSETUP until theCinema 6+’s red light blinks twice, then release

SETUP.

3.Enter the first four-digitCassette Player code listed for your brand in the “Setup Codes For Audio Cassettes” section. If you perform this procedure

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correctly, the red light will blink twice when you enter the final digit of your code.

4.Aim the Cinema 6+ at your Cassette Player and pressPL (Play). Your unit should play the tape. If it does not respond, repeat steps2-4,trying each code listed for your brand until you find the one that works.

5.Your Cinema 6+ is now programmed to operate your Cassette Player.

Remember, if you want to use your Cinema 6+ to operate your Cassette Player, press theVCR key first.

Setup Codes For Audio Cassettes

Aiwa

0029, 0197

Bang & Olufsen

0219

Carver

0029

Denon

0076

Harman/Kardon

0182

JVC

0244

Magnavox

0029

Marantz

0029

Optimus

0027, 0220

Philips

0029

Pioneer

0027, 0220

Sansui

0029

Sony

0170, 0243, 0291

Victor

0273

Wards

0027

Yamaha

0097

Setup Codes For IR Home Automation

GE

0240

Lutron

0318, 0597

One For All

0167

RadioShack

0240

Security System

0167

Universal X10

0167

X10

0167

Setup Codes For MiniDisc

Denon

0873

JVC

0826, 0681

Obkyo

0868

Sharp

0861

Sony

0490

Setup Codes For Video Accessories

Archer

0160

GC Electronics

0160

Jebsee

0160

Magnavox Web-TV0818

Philips Web TV

0818

RadioShack

0160

TeleCaption

0171

Sony Web-TV

0850

Setup Codes For Integrated Amplifiers/

Preamplifiers/Amplifiers

Aiwa

0406

Carver

0269

Curtis Maths

0300

Denon

0160

GE

0078

Harman/Kardon

0892

JVC

0331

Linn

0269

Luxman

0165

Magnavox

0269

Marantz

0269, 0321

Nakamichi

0321

Optimus

0013, 0300, 0395

Panasonic

0308

Pioneer

0013, 0300

Realistic

0395

Sansui

0321

Sony

0220, 0689

Soundesign

0078

Technics

0308

Victor

0331

Wards

0013, 0078

Yamaha

0354

Setup Codes For Miscellaneous Audio

Aiwa

0010, 0159, 0404

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Fisher

0052

Harman/Kardon

0477

Jerrold

0459, 0520

JVC

0073

Nikko

0376

RCA

0056

Scientific Atlanta

0460

Sony

0010, 0159

Starcom

0459

RE-ASSIGNINGDEVICE KEYS

You can use the Cinema 6+ to operate a second TV or a second VCR or any combination of six home entertainment components. For example, you may want yourCinema 6+ to control 1 Cable Converter, 1 Receiver, 1 CD Player, 1 DVD Player and 2 VCRs. To accomplish this, you mustre-assignone of the device keys to operate the desired component, in this case, a second VCR. The chart below shows you how tore-assigna particular device key and then set up your new component.

TV to VCR

SETUP* - 992 - VCR - TV - TV - SETUP* - VCR

 

code

 

TV to DVD/LD

SETUP* - 992 - DVD/LD - TV - TV - SETUP* - DVD

 

or LD Player code

 

TV to RCVR

SETUP* - 992 - RCVR - TV - TV - SETUP* - Audio

 

code

 

TV to CD

SETUP* - 992 - CD - TV - TV - SETUP* - CD

 

Player code

 

TV to CBL/SAT

SETUP* - 992 - CBL/SAT - TV - TV - SETUP* -

 

Cable/DBS code

 

VCR to TV

SETUP* - 992 - TV - VCR - VCR - SETUP* - TV

 

code

 

VCR to DVD/LD

SETUP* - 992 - DVD/LD - VCR - VCR - SETUP* -

 

DVD/LD Player code

VCR to RCVR

SETUP* - 992 - RCVR - VCR - VCR - SETUP* -

 

Audio code

 

VCR to CD

SETUP* - 992 - CD - VCR - VCR - SETUP* - CD

 

Player code

 

VCR to CBL/SAT

SETUP* - 992 - CBL/SAT - VCR - VCR - SETUP* -

 

Cable/DBS code

 

DVD/LD to TV

SETUP* - 992 - TV - DVD/LD - DVD/LD - SETUP* -

 

TV code

 

DVD/LD to VCR

SETUP* - 992 - VCR - DVD/LD - DVD/LD -

 

SETUP* - VCR code

DVD/LD to RCVR

SETUP* - 992 - RCVR - DVD/LD - DVD/LD -

 

SETUP* - Audio code

DVD/LD to CD

SETUP* - 992 - CD - DVD/LD - DVD/LD - SETUP*

 

- CD Player code

 

DVD/LD to CBL/SAT

SETUP* - 992 - CBL/SAT - DVD/LD - DVD/LD -

 

SETUP* - Cable/DBS code

RCVR to TV

SETUP* - 992 - TV - RCVR - RCVR - SETUP* - TV

code

 

 

RCVR to VCR

SETUP* - 992 - VCR - RCVR - RCVR - SETUP* -

 

VCR code

 

RCVR to DVD/LD

SETUP* - 992 - DVD/LD - RCVR - RCVR - SETUP* -

 

DVD/LD Player code

RCVR to CD

SETUP* - 992 - CD - RCVR - RCVR - SETUP* -

 

CD Player code

 

RCVR to CBL/SAT

SETUP* - 992 - CBL/SAT - RCVR - RCVR -

 

SETUP* - Cable/DBS code

CD to TV

SETUP* - 992 - TV - CD - CD - SETUP* - TV code

CD to VCR

SETUP* - 992 - VCR - CD - CD - SETUP* - VCR

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CD to DVD/LD SETUP* - 992 - DVD/LD - CD - CD - SETUP*- DVD or LD Player code

CD to RCVR SETUP* - 992 - RCVR - CD - CD - SETUP*- Audio code

CD to CBL/SAT SETUP* - 992 - CBL/SAT - CD - CD - SETUP*- Cable/DBS code

CBL/SAT to TV SETUP* - 992 - TV - CBL/SAT - CBL/SAT - SETUP*- TV code

CBL/SAT to VCR SETUP* - 992 - VCR - CBL/SAT - CBL/SAT - SETUP*- VCR code

CBL/SAT to DVD/LD SETUP* - 992 - DVD/LD - CBL/SAT - CBL/SAT - SETUP*- DVD or LD code

CBL/SAT to RCVR SETUP* - 992 - RCVR - CBL/SAT - CBL/SAT - SETUP*- Audio code

CBL/SAT to CD SETUP* - 992 - CD - CBL/SAT - CBL/SAT - SETUP*- CD Player code

*NOTE: Here (*) you must holdSETUP until the Cinema 6+’s red light blinks twice.

PROGRAMMING THE MACRO KEYS

The Cinema 6+ has two Macro keys (MACRO andMACRO2) that allow the user to play back a series of keystrokes, at any time, with the press of one key. For example, to set up a sequence that will turn on your components and change the components to the proper inputs:

1.Press and hold SETUP until theCinema 6+’s red light blinks twice, then releaseSETUP.

2.Press 9 -9 -5. TheCinema 6+’s red light will blink twice.

3.Press and release one of the MACRO keys. This will be the key that will play back the series of keystrokes assigned to that key.

4.Begin entering the sequence of keystrokes, up to 15, that you wish to be played back when you press the MACRO key. For example:

RCVR – POWER – TV – POWER – TV/VCR (To change the input on the TV to VIDEO 1) – CBL/SAT

– POWER.

5.Once your sequence is entered, press and hold SETUP until theCinema 6+’s red light blinks twice.

Now, using the example as above, whenever the programmed MACRO key is pressed, the Receiver would power ON, the TV will power ON and change the input to VIDEO 1 and then the Satellite would power ON.

Repeat steps 1 - 5 to then setup a second sequence on the

MACRO2 key.

VOLUME LOCK

Volume Lock allows the user to designate which component will control the volume in the TV,DVD/LD andCBL/SAT modes. To set the Volume Lock to theTV mode:

1.Press and hold SETUP until theCinema 6’s red light

blinks twice, then release SETUP.

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2.Press 9 -9 -3. TheCinema 6+’s red light will blink twice.

3.Press and release TV. TheCinema 6+’s red light will blink twice.

Now, whenever you press VOL ,VOL orMUTE in theVCR,DVD/LD andCBL/SAT modes your TV will control the volume. If you would like to change the Volume Lock setting to theVCR,DVD/LD orCBL/SAT modes repeat steps1-3,only substitute the appropriate device key. Setting the Volume Lock to theTV,VCR,DVD/LD orCBL/SAT mode will not effect the volume control in theRCVR andCD mode.

You can also change the Volume Lock setting so that an Audio component controls the volume in all device modes.

To change the Volume Lock setting on the Cinema 6+ to the RCVR mode:

1.Press and hold SETUP until theCinema 6+’s red light blinks twice, then releaseSETUP.

2. or Press 9 -9 -3. TheCinema 6+’s red light will blinktwice.

3.Press and release RCVR▲. The Cinema▲ 6+’s red light will blink twice.

Now, whenever you press VOL ,VOL orMUTE your Audio component will control the volume in all device modes.

You can also change the Volume Lock setting so that each component controls its own volume. However, some components do not have volume control. Using this setting may eliminate volume control in some device modes. To change the Volume Lock setting on the Cinema 6+ so each mode controls its own volume:

1.Press and hold SETUP until theCinema 6+’s red light blinks twice, then releaseSETUP.

 

 

2.

Press 9 -9 -3. TheCinema 6+’s red light will blink

 

twice.

 

 

3.

Press and release VOL . TheCinema 6+’s red

 

light will blink twice.

 

Now, whenever you press press VOL ,VOL

or MUTE on

the Cinema 6+ each component will control its own volume, provided each component has volume control.

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USING THE SLEEP KEY

The SLEEP key allows you to access the sleep timer of your TV, Cable Converter/DBS Satellite or Audio component. You can access your TV, Cable Converter, DBS Satellite or Audio component’s Sleep Timer by pressing theSLEEP key. Most Sleep Timers advance in increments of 10 or 15 minutes, however, for specific instructions on setting your components Sleep Timer, please consult your original owner’s manual.

Even if your original Cable Converter remote control did not have a sleep timer, your Cinema 6+ has its ownbuilt-insleep timer.If your Cable Converter does not have a sleep timer, presstheSLEEP key to activate theCinema 6+’sbuilt-insleep timer. For example:

1.Press and release theCBL/SAT key then press theSLEEP key once to set theCinema 6+’sbuilt-insleep timer for 15 minutes. The red light will blink once.

2.Each additional press of the SLEEP key will add 15 more minutes to the Sleep Timer, up to a maximum of 60 minutes. The LED will blink twice when the sleep timer is set for 30 minutes, 3 times for 45 minutes, or 4 times for 60 minutes.

NOTE:The sleep timer starts 10 seconds after

the last press of the SLEEP key. Once you have activated the Cinema 6+’sbuilt-insleep timer, you must keep the remote control aimed directly at the component.

3.To de-activatethebuilt-insleep timer,pressPOWER.

NOTE: Plugging your TV into the outlet on the back of the Cable Converter may allow you to turn both your Cable Converter and TV ON and OFF.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING

 

Problem

Solution

 

 

 

Red light does not

Replace the batteries with four (4) new AAA alka-

blink when you press

line batteries.

a key?

 

 

 

 

 

The Cinema 6does

Try all of the codes listed for your brand of home

not operate your

entertainment component in the “Setup Codes” sec-

home entertainment

tion. Many setup codes may allow for partial func-

components or is not

tionality, however, only one setup code will operate

performing com-

your home entertainment component correctly.

mands properly?

Make sure that all of the components you are

 

setting up can be operated with an infrared

 

remote control.

 

 

 

Problems program-

Try the VCR set-upcodes for your brand. However,

ming a TV/VCR

some combo units may require both a TV code for

combo?

volume control and a VCR code for the remaining

 

functions.

 

 

 

VCR not recording?

As a safety feature on the Cinema 6, you must

 

press the REC key twice.

 

 

 

CH/ and PREV

Due to RCA design (1983-1987),only the original

CH not working for

remote control will operate these functions.

your RCA TV?

 

 

 

 

 

Problems changing

If your original remote control required an Enter

channels?

keystroke when changing channels, press the

 

ENTER key on theCinema 6 after you enter the

 

channel number.

 

 

 

The red light blinks

Make sure you are aiming your Cinema 6 at your

when you press a

home entertainment component and that you are

key but you receive

within 15 feet before using your remote.

no response from

 

 

your home

 

 

entertainment

 

 

component?

 

 

 

 

 

Cinema 6 not learn-

Make sure your remote controls are nose-to-nose

ing a command from

and are no more than 2 inches apart (see diagram

your original remote

in step 5 on page 22).

control?

 

 

 

 

 

Tried “Search

Try the “Search Method” again after clearing out the

Method” and still did

device key as follows: Press and hold SETUP until

not find the code?

red light blinks twice, then release. Next enter 9 -9 -

 

2. Then press and release the device key to be

 

cleared twice.

 

 

 

Sony’s Picture In

Press TV once. Press and holdSETUP until red

Picture (PIP) won’t

light blinks twice, then release. Enter 9 -9 -4 and

turn off?

press SETUP once. Then enter6 -2 -1 and press

 

PIP On/Off. The red light should blink twice. PIP

 

should operate properly now.

 

 

 

Sharp’s Picture In

Sharp’s PIP feature requires separate PIP functions

Picture (PIP) won’t

for “on” and “off”.

work properly?

For PIP “on”, pressTV once. Press and holdSETUP

 

 

until red light blinks twice, then release. Enter 9 -9 -4

 

and press SETUP once. Enter3 -4 -8 and pressPIP

 

On/Off. The red light should blink twice. PIP “on”

 

should operate properly now.

 

For PIP “off”, pressTV once. Press and hold

 

SETUP until red light blinks twice, then release.

 

Enter 9 -9 -4 and pressSETUP once. Enter6 -0 -6

 

and press SETUP PIP On/Off. The red light should

 

blink twice. PIP “off” should operate by pressing

 

SETUP then the PIP key.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING (continued)

Problem

Solution

 

 

Surround on Sony

Press RCVR once. Press and holdSETUP until red

receiver will not

light blinks twice, then release. Enter 9 -9 -4 and

turn on?

press SETUP once. Enter3 -9 -8 and pressSUR-

 

ROUND. Red light should blink twice. Surround

 

should operate now.

 

 

Sony receiver will

Try using the number pad on the Cinema 6 to turn

turn off but not

the receiver back on. For example, try pressing 0 to

back on?

turn on in the CD mode, or 4 to turn on in the Video

 

1 mode. Other numeric keys will also turn the receiv-

 

er on. If this doesn’t work, try the following:

 

Press RCVR once. Press and holdSETUP until red

 

light blinks twice, then release. Enter 9 -9 -4 and

 

press SETUP once. Then enter5 -9 -1 and press

 

POWER. The red light should blink twice. Power

 

should operate properly now.

 

 

Audio component

Audio functionality may be split between codes. For

not fully-operational?

example, Pioneer’s Tuner code 0014 works tuner

 

presets, but only Amplifier code 0013 works power

 

and volume. This also true for Sony’s Receiver code

 

0158 and Misc. Audio code 0159.

 

If some functionality is missing, try other codes to

 

see if functionality resides there.

 

 

Mini-system,book-

These systems may operate using a CD or Misc.

shelf, or boombox

Audio code. If the original remote control did not

not working?

have a power key, press PL (orSTOP) to turn on

 

(or off) the system.

 

 

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ONE FOR ALL® PRODUCTS

Limited Warranty

One For All (“OFA”) warrants, to the original purchaser only, that this product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship, under normal use, for ninety (90) days from the date of original purchase.

This warranty does not cover damage or failures caused by products or services not supplied by OFA, or which result from accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling, misapplication, faulty installation, set-upadjustment, improper maintenance, alteration, maladjustment of consumer controls, modifications, commercial use, or that is attributable to acts of God.

There are no express warranties except as listed above. OFA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY. ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above exclusions or limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

To obtain warranty service for a defective product during the warranty period, please return the product, preferably in the original carton, along with your purchase receipt, to the store of original purchase. A note detailing the complaint would be helpful. The store, at its option, will replace or repair this product if found to be defective.

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