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URC 9800

Home Producer

User Guide

2

CONTENTS

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

3

USING YOUR HOME PRODUCER™ ...........................................................

4

Features and Functions.....................................................................

4

SETTING THE CLOCK.................................................................................

7

QUICK SET UP ...........................................................................................

8

SETTING UP INDIVIDUAL HOME ENTERTAINMENT COMPONENTS ......

10

To Set Up Your Television ...............................................................

10

To Set Up Your VCR or TV/VCR Combinations ..............................

12

To Set Up Your Cable Box ..............................................................

15

To Set Up Your DSS or Satellite Receiver .......................................

16

To Set Up Your DVD or LD Player...................................................

18

To Set Up Your CD or MD Player ...................................................

19

To Set Up Your Tuner/Receiver ......................................................

21

To Set Up Your Amplifier ...............................................................

22

SETTING UP ADDITIONAL HOME ENTERTAINMENT COMPONENTS .....

24

Re-AssigningDevice Keys .............................................................

25

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

27

Finding Out Your Code ...................................................................

28

SETTING UP THE HOME THEATER MODE KEY ......................................

29

Power Key Macro............................................................................

31

LEARNING FUNCTIONS ONTO THE 1L THROUGH 6L KEYS....................

32

Deleting Functions From The L Keys ..............................................

34

SETTING UP TIMED SEQUENCES............................................................

35

To Delete a Timed Sequence...........................................................

37

REPEATING A SERIES OF KEY PRESSES USING THE MACRO

 

AND MACRO2 KEYS .......................................................................

38

HOW TO USE THE SHIFT KEY ................................................................

39

HOW TO USE THE SLEEP KEY ...............................................................

40

Sleep Lock ......................................................................................

40

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

41

KEYMOVER..............................................................................................

43

CLEAR ALL .............................................................................................

44

SETTING UP AND USING THE IR/RF COMMAND CENTER......................

45

COMPLIANCE WITH THE FCC RULES AND REGULATIONS.....................

48

SPECIFICATIONS .....................................................................................

48

TROUBLESHOOTING ...............................................................................

49

ERROR MESSAGES .................................................................................

51

KEY INDEX

 

TV Functions...................................................................................

52

VCR Functions ...............................................................................

54

Cable Functions .............................................................................

56

DVD/LD/Cassette Functions ............................................................

58

DSS & Satellite Functions ..............................................................

59

Receiver/Tuner Functions................................................................

60

Amplifier Functions.........................................................................

61

CD Functions ..................................................................................

63

Home Automation Functions ..........................................................

64

WARRANTY ............................................................................................

65

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INSTALLING THE BATTERIES

Your Home Producer requires four (4) new AAA alkaline batteries. To install the batteries:

1 On the back of the

Home Producer, press down on the black battery cover near the indentation where

the black and silver sections meet and push/slide the cover off (see illustration).

2

Match the + and –

 

marks on the batteries

 

to the + and – marks in

 

the battery case, then

 

insert the batteries.

3

Slide the battery cover

 

back into place.

NOTE: After inserting the batteries, the LCD screen will enter a test mode, which tests each segment of the LCD screen. This process will last for 10 seconds or until any key is pressed, which ever occurs first.

4

5

USING YOUR HOME PRODUCER

Features and Functions

The illustration below and the chart on the next two pages describe the features and the functions of the Home Producer’s keypad. The following keys will always have the same function, regardless of which component you are controlling. For an explanation of what each key does by component type, please use the index at the rear of the manual (pages 52 to 64).

Feature Function

The SETUP key is used to access the menu and program your

Home Producer.

The TV, VCR, DVD, CBL/SAT, TUNER, AMP, CD, and AUX1keys 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 TV,

VCR, DVD, CBL/SAT, TUNER,

AMP,CD, orAUX1 key to tell the remote control which component you would like to operate.

The HOME THEATER key is used to select the Home Theater mode of the Home Producer.

The ESC (Escape) key is used to exit the LCD Screen menu.

The LITE key is used to turn ON and OFF theHome Producer’s backlit keypad and LCD screen. Press theLITE key once to turn ON the backlight. TheHome Producer’s backlight will stay on for 5 seconds after the last key press andre-activateswith the press of a key. Tode-activatethe backlight, press theLITE key again.

The POWER key controls power ON and OFF.

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.

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Feature Function

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

The MACRO andMACRO2 keys memorize up to 15 keystrokes that can be accessed in sequence at the press of a single key.These

keys are not mode specific.

The SHIFT key accesses advanced features that are mapped under the following keys:CENTER,MENU,

SELECT, MUTE, PREV CH, PIP, REW, PLAY, FF, STOP, and PAUSE.

The 1L ~6L keys are used for learning new features onto theHome Producer. See pages 32 to 33 for further details.

NOTE: For a detailed explanation of what function each key will perform by device type (e.g.,TV, VCR, CBL/SAT,etc.), please refer to pages 52 through 64.

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SETTING THE CLOCK

To set up the CLOCK/TIME on the display screen:

1

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

 

[DEVICE and the TIME] to

 

[TIMED SEQ].

2

x 2 Press theMENU – key twice, the

 

display will change to [CONFIGURE].

 

Press SELECT, the display will

 

change to [THEATR SEL].

3

Press MENU – one time, the display

 

will change to [TIME SETUP].

 

Press SELECT again.

4 0 - 9

The display will change to [TIME]

 

and the first digit in the time will

 

blink. Enter either a 0 or a1, then

 

the next digit in the time will begin

 

to blink, continue entering the time

 

until all four digits of the time have

 

been set.

5

After the time has been set, AM/PM

 

will then blink. Press MENU – to

 

toggle between AM and PM, once

 

AM or PM is selected, press

 

SELECT.

6

The display will then change to the

 

day of the week (i.e., MON, TUE,

 

WED, THU, FRI, SAT or SUN). Use

 

MENU – to toggle through the days

 

until the proper day of the week is

 

displayed on the screen, then press

 

SELECT. The display will return to

 

the [DEVICE and the TIME] screen

 

with the correct time on the display.

NOTE: After changing the batteries, you will have to reprogram the clock.

8

QUICK SET-UP

To Quickly Set Up the Home Producer to Operate Your Home Entertainment Components

NOTE: If thefour-digitcode for your device begins with a “0”, only the last three numbers of your code will be displayed.

1

Turn on all of the components that

 

you will be setting up.

2

Press and release the TV key.

3

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

 

[TV and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

4

Press the MENU – key one time.

 

The display screen will change to

 

[CODE SETUP]. Press SELECT.

 

The display will change to

 

[DEV SET UP]. Press SELECT. The

 

display will change to [TV].

5

Enter the first TV code listed for your

 

brand in the “Set Up Codes for TVs”

 

on pages 10-12,then press

 

SELECT. Point the remote control at

 

the TV and press POWER. Your

 

Television should turn OFF. If your TV

 

does not turn OFF, enter the

 

next code in the code list then press

 

SELECT followed byPOWER again.

 

Once your TV turns OFF, press VCR.

 

You will now enter your VCR code.

6

Enter the first VCR code listed for

 

your brand in the “Set Up Codes for

 

VCRs” on pages 13-14,then press

 

SELECT. Point the remote control at

 

the VCR and press POWER. Your

 

VCR should turn OFF. If your VCR

 

does not turn OFF, enter the next

 

code in the code list then press

 

SELECT followed byPOWER again.

 

Once your VCR turns OFF, press

CBL/SAT. You will now enter your

Cable Box code.

7

9

Continue to enter your codes as

 

illustrated in Steps 5 and 6 until the

 

Home Producer is operating all of

 

your home entertainment

 

components. Once you have fin-

 

ished setting up your components,

 

press ESC to return to the [DEVICE

 

and TIME] display.

If you would like to set up each of your components individually, or if you purchase a component after you have set up the A/V Home Producer, go to the “SETTING UP INDIVIDUAL HOME ENTERTAINMENT COMPONENTS” section on pages 10 to 23 in this manual.

Set Up Codes for TVs ...................................

Page 10

Set Up Codes for VCRs ................................

Page 13

Set Up Codes for TV/VCR Combinations .....

Page 14

Set Up Codes for Cable Boxes .....................

Page 16

Set Up Codes for DSS and

 

Satellite Receivers ..................................

Page 17

Set Up Codes for DVD or LD Players ...........

Page 19

Set Up Codes for CD or MD Players ............

Page 20

Set Up Codes for Tuner/Receivers................

Page 22

Set Up Codes for Amplifiers.........................

Page 23

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SETTING UP INDIVIDUAL HOME

ENTERTAINMENT COMPONENTS

To Set Up Your Television:

NOTE: If thefour-digitcode for your device begins with a “0”, only the last three numbers of your code will be displayed.

1

Turn on your TV.

2

Press and release the TV key.

3

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

 

[TV and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

4

Press the MENU – key one time.

 

The display screen will change to

 

[CODE SETUP]. Press SELECT.

 

The display will change to

 

[DEV SET UP].

5

Press SELECT and the display

 

screen will change to [TV].

6

Enter the first TV code listed for your

 

brand in the “Set Up Codes for TVs”

 

on pages 10-12,then pressSELECT.

7

Aim the remote control at the TV and

 

press POWER. Your TV should turn

 

OFF. Press ESC to return the display

 

to [TV and the TIME]. If your TV does

 

not turn OFF, enter the next code in

 

the code list then press SELECT fol-

 

lowed by POWER again. Once the

correct code is entered, press ESC to return the display to [TV and TIME].

For a detailed explanation of what function each key will perform in the TV mode, please refer to page 52 in the Key Index.

Set Up Codes for TVs

A-Mark

0003

Ambassador

0177

AOC

0030, 0019, 0003, 0052

Ampro

0751

 

0185

Anam

0180

Abex

0032

Anam National

0055

Admiral

0093

Archer

0003

Adventura

0046

Audiovox

0451, 0180, 0003, 0092,

Aiko

0092

 

0623

Akai

0030

Aumark

0060

Alaron

0179

Baysonic

0180

Allegro

0720, 0774

Belcor

0019

 

 

 

 

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Set Up Codes for TVs (cont.)

Bell & Howell

0154, 0016

Beuamark

0017, 0030, 0179

Bradford

0180

Brockwood

0019

Broksonic

0236, 0463, 0003

CCE

0217

CXC

0180

Candle

0030, 0056, 0046, 0186

Capehart

0052

Carnivale

0030

Carver

0054

Celebrity

0000

Cineral

0451, 0092

Citizen

0060, 0030, 0056, 0039,

 

0046, 0092, 0186, 0280

Clairtone

0185

Concerto

0056

Contec

0180, 0157, 0185

Craig

0180

Crosley

0054

Crown

0180, 0039

Curtis Mathes

0047, 0054, 0154,

 

0051,0451, 0093, 0060,

 

0030, 0145, 0056, 0016,

 

0039, 0166, 0466, 1147,

 

1347

Daewoo

0451, 0019, 0039, 0092,

 

0623, 0624

Daytron

0019, 0039

Denon

0145

Dumont

0017, 0019

Dwin

0720, 0774

Dynatech

0217

Electroband

0000, 0185

Electrohome

0381

Emerson

0154, 0236, 0463, 0180,

 

0282, 0178, 0019, 0179,

 

0039, 0038, 0177, 0185,

 

0280, 0623, 0624

Envision

0030

Fisher

0154, 0159

Fujitsu

0179

Funai

0180, 0179, 0171

Futuretech

0180

GE

0047, 0051, 0451, 0093,

 

0282, 0178, 0021, 0055,

 

0027, 0135, 1147, 1347

Gibralter

0017, 0030, 0019

Go Video

0060

GoldStar

0030, 0178, 0019, 0056,

 

0039, 0001, 0032

Gradiente

0053, 0056

Grunpy

0180, 0179

Hallmark

0178

Harley Davidson 0179

Harman/Kardon

0054

Harvard

0180

Hitachi

0145, 0056, 0032, 0038,

 

0151

Infinity

0054

Inteq

0017

JBL

0054

JCB

0000

JVC

0053

Janeil

0046

KEC

0180

KTV

0180, 0030, 0039, 0185,

 

0217, 0280

Kaypani

0052

Kenwood

0030, 0019

Kloss

0024, 0046

LG

0056

LXI

0047, 0054, 0017, 0154,

 

0156, 0178, 1347

Logik

0016

Luxman

0056

MEI

0185

MGA

0150, 0030, 0178, 0019

MTC

0060, 0030, 0019, 0056,

 

0185

Magnavox

0054, 0030, 0179, 0020,

 

0024, 0096, 0186, 0187,

 

0386, 0171

Majestic

0016

Marantz

0054, 0030

Matsushita

0051, 0250

Megatron

0178, 0145, 0003

Memorex

0154, 0250, 0150, 0060,

 

0178, 0056, 0016

Midland

0047, 0017, 0051, 0039,

 

0032, 0135

Minutz

0021

Mitsubishi

0093, 0150, 0178, 0019

Motorola

0093, 0055

Multitech

0180, 0217

NAD

0156, 0178, 0166

NEC

0030, 0019, 0056, 0497

NTC

0092

Nikko

0047, 0017, 0154, 0156,

 

0030, 0178, 0092, 1347

Noshi

0018

Onwa

0180

Optimus

0154, 0250, 0166

Optonica

0093, 0165

Orion

0236, 0463, 0179

Panasonic

0047, 0054, 0154, 0156,

 

0051, 0250, 0093, 0165,

 

0150, 0060, 0053, 0178,

 

0145, 0055, 0001, 1347

Penney

0047, 0156, 0051, 0060,

 

0030, 0178, 0021, 0019,

 

0018, 0056, 0039, 0003,

 

0027, 0032, 0135, 1347

Philco

0054, 0463, 0030, 0145,

 

0019, 0020, 0024, 0096,

 

0186, 0187

Philips

0054, 0017, 0000, 0021,

 

0019, 0018, 0039, 0020,

 

0024, 0027, 0052, 0171

Pilot

0030, 0019, 0039

Pioneer

0038, 0166

Portland

0019, 0039, 0092

Prism

0051

Proscan

0047, 0030, 1347

Proton

0178, 0003, 0052, 0466

Pulsar

0017, 0019

Quasar

0051, 0250, 0165, 0055

RCA

0047, 0051, 0093, 0019,

 

0018, 0038, 0090, 0135,

 

1047, 1147, 1247, 1347

Radio Shack

0047, 0154, 0165, 0180,

 

0030, 0178, 0019, 0056,

 

0039, 0032

Realistic

0154, 0165, 0180, 0030,

 

0178, 0019, 0056, 0039,

 

0032

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Set Up Codes for TVs

(cont.):

 

Rhapsody

0185

 

Symphonic

0171

Runco

0017, 0030, 0497, 0603

 

TMK

0178, 0056, 0177

SSS

0180, 0019

 

Tandy

0093

Sampo

0030, 0039, 0032, 0052

 

Tatung

0055, 0003

Samsung

0060, 0030, 0178, 0019,

 

Technics

0047, 0017, 0051, 0250,

 

0056, 0039, 0032

 

 

1347

Samsux

0039

 

Technol Ace

0179

Sansei

0451

 

Techwood

0051, 0056, 0003

Sansui

0463

 

Teknika

0054, 0180, 0150, 0060,

Sanyo

0154, 0146, 0159

 

 

0019, 0179, 0056, 0016,

Scimitsu

0019

 

 

0039, 0092, 0186

Scotch

0178

 

Telefunken

0056

Scott

0236, 0180, 0178, 0019,

 

Toshiba

0154, 0156, 0060

 

0179

 

Tosonic

0185

Sears

0047, 0054, 0154, 0156,

 

Totevision

0039

 

0178, 0179, 0056, 0146,

 

Trical

0157

 

0159, 0171

 

Universal

0021, 0027

Semivox

0180

 

Vector Research

0030

Semp

0156

 

Victor

0053

Sharp

0093, 0165, 0039, 0157,

 

Vidikron

0054

 

0386

 

Vidtech

0178, 0019

Shogun

0019

 

Viking

0046

Signature

0016

 

Wards

0054, 0156, 0165, 0030,

Simpson

0186, 0187

 

 

0178, 0021, 0019, 0179,

Sony

0000, 0080, 0111

 

 

0056, 0016, 0020, 0027,

Soundesign

0180, 0178, 0179, 0186

 

 

0080, 0096, 0111, 0135,

Spectricon

0003

 

White

0187

Squareview

0171

 

 

Starlite

0180

 

Westinghouse

0623, 0624

Supre-Macy

0046

 

Yamaha

0030, 0019

Supreme

0000

 

Zenith

0017, 0016, 0092, 0146

Sylvania

0054, 0030, 0020, 0024,

 

Zonda

0003

 

0096, 0186, 0187, 0381

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To Set Up Your VCR or TV/VCR Combinations:

NOTE: If thefour-digitcode for your device begins with a “0”, only the last three numbers of your code will be displayed.

1

Turn on your VCR and insert a tape.

2

Press and release the VCR key.

3

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

 

[VCR and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

4

Press the MENU – key one time.

 

The display screen will change to

 

[CODE SETUP]. Press SELECT.

 

The display will change to

 

[DEV SET UP].

5

Press SELECT and the display

 

screen will change to [VCR].

6

13

Enter the first VCR code listed for

 

your brand in the “Set Up Codes for

 

VCRs” below or “Set Up Codes for

 

TV/VCR Combinations” on the next

 

page, then press SELECT. Aim the

 

remote control at the VCR and press

 

POWER orPLAY. Your VCR should

or

turn OFF or start to play. Press the

 

ESC key to return the display to [VCR

 

and the TIME]. If your VCR does not

 

turn OFF or start to play, enter the

 

next code in the code list then press

 

SELECT followed byPOWER or

 

PLAY again. Once the correct code is

 

entered, press the ESC key to return

 

the display to [VCR and the TIME].

For a detailed explanation of what function each key will perform in the VCR mode, please refer to page 54 in the “Key Index”.

Set Up Codes For VCRs

Admiral

0048

Adventura

0000

Aiko

0278

Aiwa

0037, 0000, 0307

Akai

0041, 0061, 0106

American High

0035

Asha

0240

Audiovox

0037

Beaumark

0240

Bell & Howell

0104

Broksonic

0184, 0121, 0209, 0002,

 

0295, 0479

CCE

0072, 0278

Calix

0037

Canon

0035

Capehart

0020

Carver

0081

Cineral

0278

Citizen

0037, 0278

Colt

0072

Craig

0037, 0047, 0240, 0072,

 

0271

Curtis Mathes

0060, 0035, 0041, 0162

Cybernex

0240

Daewoo

0045, 0278, 0020, 0561

Daytron

0020

Denon

0042

Dynatech

0000

Electrohome

0037

Electrophonic

0037

Emerex

0032

Emerson

0037, 0184, 0000, 0121,

 

0043, 0209, 0002, 0278,

 

0036, 0061, 0068, 0208,

 

0212, 0295, 0479, 0561

Fisher

0047, 0104, 0054, 0066

Fuji

0035, 0033

Funai

0000

GE

0060, 0035, 0048, 0240,

 

0202

Garrard

0000

Go Video

0432, 0526

GoldStar

0037, 0038

Gradiente

0000, 0008

HI-Q

0047

Harley Davidson 0000

Harman/Kardon

0081, 0038

Harwood

0072, 0068

Headquarter

0046

Hitachi

0000, 0042, 0041, 0105

JVC

0067, 0041, 0008

Jensen

0041

KEC

0037, 0278

KLH

0072

Kenwood

0067, 0041, 0038, 0046

Kodak

0035, 0037

LXI

0037

Lloyd’s

0000, 0208

Logik

0072

MEI

0035

MGA

0240, 0043, 0061

MGN Technology 0240

MTC

0240, 0000

Magnasonic

0278, 0593

Magnavox

0035, 0039, 0081, 0000,

 

0149, 0110

Magnin

0240

Marantz

0035, 0081, 0038

Marta

0037

Matsushita

0035, 0162, 0454

Memorex

0035, 0037, 0048, 0039,

 

0047, 0240, 0000, 0104,

 

0046, 0307, 1037, 1162,

 

1262

Minolta

0042, 0105

Mitsubishi

0048, 0067, 0043, 0061

Motorola

0035, 0048

Multitech

0000, 0072

NAP

0035, 0037, 0039, 0042,

 

0033, 0034, 0066, 0105

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Set Up Codes For VCRs (Cont.)

NEC

0104, 0067, 0041, 0038,

 

0040

Nikko

0037

Nikon

0034, 0253

Noblex

0240

Olympus

0035

Optimus

0037, 0048, 0104, 0162,

 

0432, 0454, 0593, 1048,

 

1062, 1162, 1262

Optonica

0062

Orion

0184, 0002, 0295, 0479

Panasonic

0035, 0162, 0077, 0225,

 

0454, 1162

Penney

0035, 0037, 0240, 0042,

 

0038, 0040, 0054

Pentax

0042, 0105

Philco

0035, 0209, 0479

Philips

0035, 0081, 0062, 0110

Pilot

0037

Pioneer

0067

Portland

0020

Profitronic

0240

Proscan

0060, 0202

Protec

0072

Pulsar

0039

Quarter

0046

Quartz

0046

Quasar

0035, 0162, 0077, 0454,

 

1162

RCA

0060, 0035, 0048, 0240,

 

0042, 0149, 0077, 0105,

 

0106, 0202

Radio Shack

0000, 1037

Radix

0037

Randex

0037

Realistic

0035, 0037, 0048, 0047,

 

0000, 0104, 0062, 0046,

 

0066

Ricoh

0034, 0253

Runco

0039

STS

0042

Samsung

0240, 0045

Sanky

0048, 0039

Sansui

0000, 0067, 0041, 0271,

 

0479

 

Sanyo

0047, 0240, 0104, 0046

Scott

0184, 0045, 0121, 0043,

 

0210,

0212

Sears

0035,

0037, 0047, 0000,

 

0042,

0104, 0046, 0054,

 

0066,

0105

Semp

0045

 

Sharp

0048,

0062

Shintom

0072

 

Shogun

0240

 

Signature

0035

 

Singer

0072

 

Sony

0035, 0032, 0000, 0033,

 

0034,

0253

Sunpak

0253

 

Sylvania

0035, 0081, 0000, 0043,

 

0110

 

Symphonic

0000,

0593

TMK

0240, 0036, 0208

Tatung

0041

 

Teac

0000,

0041

Technics

0060, 0035, 0039, 0162,

 

0202

 

Teknika

0035, 0037, 0000

Thomas

0000

 

Toshiba

0045, 0043, 0066, 0210,

 

0212

 

Totevision

0037,

0240

Unitech

0240

 

Vector

0045

 

Vector Research 0038,

0040

Video Concepts

0045, 0040, 0061

Videosonic

0240

 

Wards

0060, 0035, 0048, 0047,

 

0081, 0240, 0045, 0000,

 

0042, 0072, 0149, 0062,

 

0212

 

W. Westinghouse 0278

 

XR-1000

0035, 0000, 0072

Yamaha

0041,

0038

Zenith

0039, 0000, 0033, 0034,

 

0479

 

Set Up Codes for TV/VCR Combinations:

American High

0035

(TV = 0051)

Panasonic

0035

(TV = 0051),

Brocksonic

0002, 0294, 0479

 

0162

(TV = 0250)

Colt

0072

 

Penney’s

0035

(TV = 0051), 0240,

Curtis Mathes

0035

(TV = 0051)

 

0162

(TV = 0250)

Daewoo

0278

(TV = 0451)

Quasar

0035

(TV = 0051), 0162

Emerson

0002, 0294, 0479

 

(TV = 0250)

Funai

0000

 

RCA

0035

(TV = 0051), 0060

GE

0035

(TV = 0051),

 

(TV = 0047),

 

0060

(TV = 0047),

 

0048

(TV = 0093)

 

0048

(TV = 0093), 0240

Sansui

0000, 0479

Hitachi

0035

(TV = 0051), 0000

Sanyo

0240

 

HQ

0000

 

Sears

0000, 0037

Lloyds

0000

 

Sony

0032

(TV = 0000)

Magnavox

0000, 0035 (TV = 0051),

Symphonic

0000

 

 

0081

(TV = 0054)

Zenith

0000

 

Magnin

0240

 

 

 

 

Memorex

0037, 0162 (TV = 0250)

NOTE: If a separate TV code is listed

MGA

0240

 

for your brand, use it to set up your

Mitsubishi

0048

(TV = 0093)

television by following the instructions

Orion

0002, 0294, 0479

on page 10.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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To Set Up Your Cable Box:

NOTE: If thefour-digitcode for your device begins with a “0”, only the last three numbers of your code will be displayed.

1

Turn on your Cable Box.

2

Press and release the CBL/SAT key.

3

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

 

[CABLE and the TIME] to

 

[TIMED SEQ].

4

Press the MENU – key one time.

 

The display screen will change to

 

[CODE SETUP]. Press SELECT.

 

The display will change to

 

[DEV SET UP].

5

Press SELECT and the display

 

screen will change to [CABLE].

6

Enter the first Cable Box code listed

 

for your brand in the “Set Up Codes

 

for Cable Boxes” on page 16, the

 

press SELECT.

7

Point the remote control at the Cable

 

Box and press POWER. Your Cable

 

Box should turn OFF. If your Cable

 

Box turns OFF, press the ESC key

 

to return the display to [CABLE and

 

the TIME]. If your Cable Box does

 

not turn OFF, enter the next code in

 

the code list then press SELECT fol-

lowed by POWER again. Once the correct code is entered, press theESC key to return the display to [CABLE and the TIME].

NOTE: If your original Scientific Atlanta remote control does not have an “ON” key, press CH+ or one of the digit keys on the Home Producer to turn your Cable Box on.

For a detailed explanation of what function each key will perform in the Cable mode, please refer to page 56 in the “Key Index”.

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Set Up Codes For Cable Boxes

ABC

0003, 0008, 0014, 0017,

 

0007, 0011, 0001, 0013

Allegro

0153, 0315

Antronix

0022, 0207

Archer

0153, 0022, 0207, 0797

Belcor

0056

Bell & Howell

0014

Cable Star

0056

Cabletenna

0022

Cableview

0022

Century

0153

Citizen

0153, 0315

Colour Voice

0025, 0031

Comtronics

0040

Contec

0019

Digi

0637

Eastern

0002

Emerson

0797

Everquest

0015, 0040

Focus

0400

GC Electronics

0056, 0207

Garrard

0153

Gemini

0015

General

 

Instrument

0476, 0276, 0011, 0810

GoldStar

0144, 0040

Goodmind

0797

Hamlin

0020, 0259, 0009, 0034

Hitachi

0011

Hytex

0007

Jasco

0015, 0153, 0315

Jerrold

0003, 0012, 0476, 0276,

 

0014, 0015, 0011, 0810

Linsay

0440

Magnavox

0014, 0027

Memorex

0000

Movie Time

0063, 0156

NAP

0007

NSC

0063, 0156

Novaplex

0618

Oak

0019, 0007

Optimus

0021

Panasonic

0000, 0107, 0021

Panther

0637

Paragon

0000

Philips

0153, 0025, 0027, 0031

Pioneer

0144, 0023, 0533

Popular

 

Mechanics

0400

Proscan

0021

Pulsar

0000

Quasar

0000

RCA

0021

Radio Shack

0015, 0315, 0797, 0883

Realistic

0207

Recoton

0400

Regal

0020, 0259

Regency

0002

Rembrandt

0011

Runco

0000

SL Marx

0040

Samsung

0144, 0040

Scientific

 

Atlanta

0008, 0477, 0017

Seam

0510

Signal

0015, 0040

Signature

0011

Sprucer

0021

Starcom

0003, 0015

Stargate

0015, 0040, 0797

Starquest

0015

Sylvania

0001

TFC

0310

TV86

0063

Tandy

0258

Teleview

0040

Texscan

0001

Timeless

0418

Tocom

0012, 0013

Toshiba

0000

Tusa

0015

Unika

0153, 0022, 0207

United Artists

0007

Universal

0153, 0022, 0056, 0191,

 

0207

Videoway

0250

Viewstar

0063, 0027, 0258

Zenith

0008, 0000, 0015, 0207,

 

0525

Zentek

0400

To Set Up Your DSS or Satellite Receiver:

NOTE: If thefour-digitcode for your device begins with a “0”, only the last three numbers of your code will be displayed.

1

Turn on your DSS or Satellite

 

Receiver.

2

Press and release the CBL/SAT key.

3

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

 

[CABLE and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

 

17

4

Press the MENU – key. The display

 

screen will change to [CODE

 

SETUP]. Press SELECT. The

 

display will change to [DEV SET UP].

5

Press SELECT and the display

 

screen will change to [CABLE].

6

Press the MENU – key. The display

 

screen will change to [SAT].

7

Enter the first Satellite code listed

 

for your brand in the “Set Up Codes

 

for Satellites” on page 17, then

 

press SELECT. Point the remote

 

control at the Satellite and press

 

POWER. Your Satellite should turn

 

OFF. If your Satellite turns OFF,

 

press the ESC key to return the dis-

 

play to [SAT and the TIME]. If your

 

Satellite does not turn OFF, enter

 

the next code in the code list then

 

press SELECT followed byPOWER

 

again. Once the correct code is en-

 

tered, press the ESC key to return

 

the display to [SAT and the TIME].

For a detailed explanation of what function each key will perform in the Satellite mode, please refer to page 59 in the “Key Index”.

Set Up Codes for DSS and Satellite Receivers

AlphaStar

0772

Janeil

0152

Astro Industries

0095

Jerrold

0627, 0361

BSR

0095

Legend

0269

Capetronic

0095

Macom

0018

Channel Master

0018, 0212

Magnavox

0724, 0722

Chaparral

0053, 0209, 0216

Memorex

0724, 0269

DX Antenn

0041

Next Level

0869

Drake

0018, 0064, 0149, 0245

Panasonic

0701, 0152

Echostar/

 

Philips

0724, 0722, 0200

Dish Network

0775, 0148, 0159, 0269,

President

0074

 

0280

Primestar

0627, 0361

Expressvu

0775

Proscan

0566

General

 

RCA

0566, 0143, 0392, 0855

Instrument

0627, 0361, 0869

Radio Shack

0566, 0869

HTS

0775

Realistic

0052

Hitachi

0819

STS

0041, 0210

Homecable

0238

Sony

0639

Hughes

 

Star Choice

0869

Network Sys.

0749

Star Trak

0180

Hytek

0095

Toshiba

0790, 0082

IQ

0210

Uniden

0724, 0722, 0052, 0074,

IQ Prism

0210

 

0076, 0238, 0370

JVC

0775

Zenith

0064, 0245, 0856

 

 

 

 

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To Set Up Your DVD or LD Player:

NOTE: If thefour-digitcode for your device begins with a “0”, only the last three numbers of your code will be displayed.

1

Turn on your DVD or LD Player and

 

insert a disc.

2

Press and release the DVD key.

3

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

 

[DVD and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

4

Press the MENU – key one time.

 

The display screen will change to

 

[CODE SETUP]. Press SELECT.

 

The display will change to

 

[DEV SET UP].

5

Press SELECT and the display

 

screen will change to [DVD].

NOTE: If you are setting up a LD Player, press eitherMENU + orMENU .The display will change to [LDP].

6

Enter the first DVD or LD code listed

 

for your brand in the “Set Up Codes

 

for DVD Players” or “Set Up Codes for

 

LD Players” on the next page, then

 

press SELECT. Aim the remote con-

 

trol at the DVD or LD player and

or pressPOWER orPLAY. Your player should turn OFF or start to play your disc. Press theESC key to return the display to [DVD and the TIME]. If your player does not turn OFF or start to play your disc, enter the next code in the code list then pressSELECT followed byPOWER orPLAY again. Once the correct code is entered, press theESC key to return the display to [DVD and the TIME].

For a detailed explanation of what function each key will perform in the DVD mode, please refer to

page 58 in the “Key Index”.

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Set Up Codes for DVD Players

Harman/Kardon

0582

Pioneer

0525, 0571

JVC

0558

Proscan

0522

Kenwood

0534

RCA

0522

Magnavox

0503

Samsung

0573

Magnavox CD-R0626

Sony

0533

Mitsubishi

0521

Technics

0490

Onkyo

503

Theta Digital

0571

Optimus

0525

Toshiba

0503

Panasonic

0490

Yamaha

0490, 0545

Philips

0503, 0539

Zenith

0503, 0591

 

 

 

 

Set Up Codes for LD Players

Aiwa

0203

Panasonic

0204

Carver

0064, 0194, 0323

Philips

0064, 0194

Denon

0059, 0172

Pioneer

0059, 0023

Disco Vision

0023

Quasar

0204

Funai

0203

Realistic

0203

Harman/Kardon

0194

Samsung

0323

Hitachi

0023

Sega

0023

Magnavox

0194, 0217

Sony

0193, 0201

Marantz

0064, 0194

Technics

0204

Mitsubishi

0059

Theta Digital

0194

NAD

0059

Yamaha

0217

 

 

 

 

To Set Up Your CD or MD Player:

NOTE: If thefour-digitcode for your device begins with a “0”, only the last three numbers of your code will be displayed.

1

Turn on your CD or MD Player and

 

insert a disc.

2

Press and release the CD key.

3

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

 

[CD and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

4

Press the MENU – key one time.

 

The display screen will change to

 

[CODE SETUP]. Press SELECT.

 

The display will change to

 

[DEV SET UP].

5

Press SELECT and the display

 

screen will change to [CD].

6

Enter the first CD code listed for your

 

brand in the “Set Up Codes for CD or

 

MD Players” on the next page, then

 

press SELECT.

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To Set Up Your CD or MD Player (cont.):

7

Aim the remote control at the CD or

 

MD player and press POWER or

or

PLAY. Your player should turn OFF

 

or start to play your disc. Press the

 

ESC key to return the display to [CD

 

and the TIME]. If your player does not

 

turn OFF or start to play your disc,

 

enter the next code in the code list

 

then press SELECT followed by

 

POWER orPLAY again. Once the

 

correct code is entered, press the

 

ESC key to return the display to [CD

 

and the TIME].

For a detailed explanation of what function each key will perform in the CD mode, please refer to page 63 in the “Key Index”.

Set Up Codes for CD or MD Players

ADC

0018

Adcom

0155, 0234

Aiwa

0157, 0012, 0124

Akai

0156

Audio Alchemy

0194

Audio-Technica

0170

BSR

0194, 0245

Bang & Olufsen

0212

Burmester

0420

California

 

Audio Labs

0029

Carrera

0194

Carver

0157, 0179, 0437

Crown

0122

Curtis Mathes

0029

DAK

0245

DBX

0254

DKK

0000

Denon

0003, 0873

Emerson

0305, 0155, 0164, 0469

Fisher

0179, 0088, 0174, 0342

GE

0009

Garrard

0420, 0393, 0245, 0280,

 

0425

Genexxa

0032, 0305, 0164

GoldStar

0417

Harman/Kardon

0157, 0173, 0426

Hitachi

0032, 0155

JVC

0072, 0655, 0658

Kenwood

0028, 0037, 0190, 0826,

 

0681

Kodak

0287

Krell

0157

Kyocera

0018

LXI

0305

Linn

0157

Luxman

0093

MCS

0029, 0043

MTC

0420

Magnavox

0157, 0305

Magnavox CD-R0626

Marantz

0029, 0157, 0180

McIntosh

0287

Mission

0157

NEC

0043, 0234

NSM

0157

Nakamichi

0147

Nikko

0164, 0170, 0174

Onkyo

0101, 0868

Optimus

000, 0032, 0179, 0305,

 

0037, 0420, 0145, 0468,

 

0087, 0175, 0194, 0196,

 

0280, 0342, 0426, 0437

Panasonic

0029, 0303, 0367, 0752

Parasound

0420, 0194

Philips

0157, 0287, 0626

Pioneer

0032, 0305, 0468, 0244

Proscan

0053

Proton

0157

QED

0157

Quasar

0029

RCA

0179, 0305, 0053, 0009,

 

0155, 0764

Realistic

0179, 0420, 0155, 0164,

 

0175, 0180

Rotel

0157, 0420

SAE

0157

STS

0018

Sansui

0157, 0305, 0202

Sanyo

0179, 0087

Scott

0305, 0155, 0164

Sears

0305

Sharp

0037, 0180, 0861

Sherwood

0180, 0196, 0426

Shure

0043

Sony

0000, 0185, 0490, 0604,

 

0605

Soundesign

0145, 0425

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Set Up Codes for CD or MD Players (cont.)

Sylvania

0157

Victor

0072

Tascam

0420

Wards

0157, 0053

Teac

0420, 0393, 0174, 0180

Yamaha

0036, 0170, 0187

Technics

0029, 0207, 0303

Yorx

0461

Vector

 

 

 

Research

0194, 0417

 

 

 

 

 

 

To Set Up Your Tuner/Receiver:

NOTE: If thefour-digitcode for your device begins with a “0”, only the last three numbers of your code will be displayed.

1

Turn on your Tuner/Receiver.

2

Press and release the TUNER key.

3

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from [TUNER

 

and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

4

Press the MENU – key one time.

 

The display screen will change to

 

[CODE SETUP]. Press SELECT.

 

The display will change to

 

[DEV SET UP].

5

Press SELECT and the display

 

screen will change to [TUNER].

6

Enter the first Tuner code listed for

 

your brand in the “Set Up Codes for

 

Tuner/Receivers” on the next page,

 

then press SELECT. Aim the remote

 

control at the Tuner/Receiver and

 

press POWER. Your Tuner/Receiver

 

should turn OFF. Press the ESC key

to return the display to [TUNER and the TIME]. If your Tuner/Receiver does not turn OFF, enter the next code in the code list then press SELECT followed byPOWER. Once the correct code is entered, press theESC key to return the display to [TUNER and the TIME].

For a detailed explanation of what function each key will perform in the Tuner mode, please refer to page 60 in the “Key Index”.

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Set Up Codes For Tuner/Receivers

ADC

0531

Optimus

0531, 0670, 0186, 0042,

Adcom

0616

 

0177, 0181, 0219, 0738,

Aiwa

0158, 0189, 0121, 0405

 

0801, 1023, 0042,

Akai

0076, 0224

 

0080*, 0181, 0186,

Bang & Olufsen

0898

 

0531, 0670, 0738, 0801

Capetronic

0531, 0195

Panasonic

0039, 0309, 0518

Carver

0189, 0008, 0042, 0360

Penney

0195

Casio

0195

Philips

0189, 0391

Clarinette

0195

Pioneer

0531, 0014, 0150, 0630,

Curtis Mathes

0039, 0080

 

0080, 1023, 0014*,

Denon

0004, 0273, 0771

 

0080*, 0150, 0531,

Emerson

0424

 

0630, 1023

Fisher

0042, 0219, 0360, 0801

Proscan

0054

Garrard

0463, 0424

Quasar

0039

Harman/Kardon

0110, 0189, 0891

RCA

0531, 0054, 0346, 0360,

Inkel

0062

 

0530

JBL

0110

Realistic

0195, 0163, 0181

JVC

0074

Sansui

0189, 0193, 0346

Kenwood

0027, 0186, 0042, 0077,

Sanyo

0219, 0801

 

0313, 0314

Scott

0163, 0322

Koss

0424

Sharp

0186

LXI

0181

Sherwood

0491, 0062, 0502

Linn

0189

Siemens

0424

Lloyd’s

0195

Sony

0158, 0168, 0474,

MCS

0039, 0346

 

0158**, 0474

Magnavox

0531, 0189, 0195, 0128,

Soundesign

0670

 

0391

Teac

0463, 0163

Marantz

0039, 0189, 0128

Technics

0039, 0309, 0208, 0518

Modulaire

0195

Victor

0074

NAD

0320

Wards

0158, 0014, 0189, 0080,

NEC

0235

 

0042, 0054

Nakamichi

0097, 0347

Yamaha

0176, 0186

Onkyo

0135, 0100, 0380

Yorx

0195

 

 

Zenith

0857

 

 

 

 

NOTES: *May use Amplifier code 0013 for power and volume. See below section for amplifier setup and codes.

**May use Miscellaneous Audio code 0159 to operate surround and tuner presets. See page 24 for misc. audio setup and codes.

To Set Up Your Amplifier:

NOTE: If thefour-digitcode for your device begins with a “0”, only the last three numbers of your code will be displayed.

1

Turn on your Amplifier.

2

Press and release the AMP key.

3

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

 

[AMP and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

4

Press the MENU – key one time.

 

The display screen will change to

 

[CODE SETUP]. Press SELECT.

 

The display will change to

 

[DEV SET UP].

 

23

To Set Up Your Amplifier (cont.):

5

Press SELECT and the display

 

screen will change to [AMP].

6

Enter the first Amplifier code listed for

 

your brand in the “Set Up Codes for

 

Amplifiers” on the page 23, then press

 

SELECT.

7

Aim the remote control at the

 

Amplifier and press POWER. Your

 

Amplifier should turn OFF. Press the

 

ESC key to return the display to [AMP

 

and the TIME]. If your Amplifier does

 

not turn OFF, enter the next code in

 

the code list then press SELECT

 

followed by POWER. Once the cor-

 

rect code is entered, press the ESC

 

key to return the display to [AMP and

 

the TIME].

For a detailed explanation of what function each key will perform in the Amplifier mode, please refer to page 61 in the “Key Index”.

Set Up Codes for Amplifiers

Aiwa

0406

Optimus

0395

Bose

0674

Panasonic

0308

Carver

0269

Parasound

0246

Curtis Mathes

0300

Philips

0269, 0892

Denon

0160

Pioneer

0013, 0300

GE

0078

Realistic

0395

Harman/Kardon

0892

Sansui

0321

JVC

0331

Shure

0264

Kenwood

0356

Sony

0220, 0689

Linn

0269

Soundesign

0078, 0211

Luxman

0165

Technics

0308, 0521

Magnavox

0269

Victor

0331

Marantz

0269, 0321, 0892

Wards

0013, 0078, 0211

NEC

0264

Yamaha

0354, 0133, 0143, 0504

Nakamichi

0321

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SETTING UP ADDITIONAL HOME

ENTERTAINMENT COMPONENTS

Besides the device keys that are already labeled (TV, VCR, CBL, etc.), the Home Producer can also operate the following components: Cassette Decks, Home Automation, Digital Audio Tape, Turntables, Video Accessories, and Miscellaneous Audio Components (e.g., Graphic Equalizers and Digital Music Service Boxes).

The Set Up codes for these devices can be accessed under the following device keys:

Cassette Decks:

Use the AUX1 Key

Home Automation:

Use the CD Key

Digital Audio Tape:

Use the AUX1 Key

Turntables:

Use the CD Key

Video Accessories:

Use the CBL/SAT Key

(Note: Web TV found under Video Accessories) Miscellaneous Audio: Use the AMP Key

NOTE: Each device key (e.g.,TV,VCR,CBL/SAT, etc.) can only operate one component at a time. If you have already set up a component on a key, then assigning a second component on the same key will erase the code for the first component you set up. For example, if you set up a DVD Player onDVD and then set up a Turntable onDVD, the Home Producer will only operate the Turntable.

For example, to set up a Cassette Deck on the

AUX1 key:

NOTE: If thefour-digitcode for your device begins with a “0”, only the last three numbers of your code will be displayed.

1

Turn on your Cassette Deck.

2

Press and release the AUX1 key.

3

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

 

[TAPE and the TIME] to [TIME SEQ].

4

Press the MENU – key one time.

 

The display screen will change to

 

[CODE SETUP]. Press SELECT.

 

The display will change to

 

[DEV SET UP].

5

Press SELECT and the display

 

screen will change to [TAPE].

 

25

6

Press MENU – to toggle between

 

[TAPE] and [DAT]. Once [TAPE] is

 

on the display screen, enter the first

 

Cassette Deck code listed for your

 

brand in the “Set Up Codes for

 

Cassette Decks” on the next page,

 

then press SELECT.

7

Point the remote control at the

 

Cassette Deck and press POWER.

 

Your Cassette Deck should turn

 

OFF. Then press the ESC key to

 

return the display to [TAPE and the

 

TIME]. If your Cassette Deck does

 

not turn OFF, enter the next code in

 

the code list then press SELECT

 

followed by POWER again. Once

 

the correct code is entered, press

 

the ESC key to return the display to

 

[TAPE and the TIME].

Re-assigningDevice Keys

You can use the Home Producer to operate a second TV or a second VCR or any combination of eight devices. To do this, you mustre-assignone of the device keys (i.e.,TV,VCR,DVD,CBL/SAT,TUNER,AMP,CD, orAUX1) to operate your second device. For example, tore-assignone of the device keys to support your other components:

1

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

 

[DVD/LDP and the TIME] to

 

[TIMED SEQ].

2

x 2 Press theMENU – key twice.

 

The display screen will change to

 

[CONFIGURE]. Press SELECT.

 

The display will change to

 

[THEATR SEL].

3

x 3 Press theMENU – key three times.

 

The display screen will change to

 

[MODE MAP]. Press SELECT.

 

The display will change to

 

[SOURCE].

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Re-assigningDevice Keys (cont.)

4 (Device Key) Press the device key you would like to move. The display screen will change to [COPY TO]. Press the unused device key you would like to replace. The display will change to [DEVICE2 and the TIME]. Proceed with programming there-assigneddevice key with the appropriate code.

Set Up Codes for Cassette Decks

Aiwa

0029, 0197, 0200

Optimus

0027, 0220, 0337, 0439

Akai

0283

Panasonic

0229

Bang & Olufsen

0219

Philips

0029

Carver

0029

Pioneer

0027, 0220, 0099

Denon

0076

Revox

0190

Fisher

0074

Sansui

0029, 0009

Garrard

0308, 0439

Sherwood

0337

Harman/Kardon

0182, 0029

Sony

0243, 0170, 0291

JVC

0244, 0273

Teac

0308

Kenwood

0070, 0071

Technics

0229

Magnavox

0029

Victor

0273

Marantz

0029, 0009

Wards

0027

Mitsubishi

0283

Yamaha

0097, 0094

Onkyo

0135, 0136, 0282

 

 

 

 

 

 

Set Up Codes for Home Automation

GE

0240

Radio Shack

0240

LiteTouch

0084

Security System 0167

Lutron

0318

Universal X10

0167

One For All

0167

X10

0167

 

 

 

 

Set Up Codes for Digital Audio Tape

Carver

0158

Marantz

0158

Denon

0031

Philips

0158

Harman/Kardon

0158

Sony

0093

Magnavox

0158

 

 

 

 

 

 

Set Up Codes for Turntables

Aiwa

0188

Marantz

0188

Carver

0188

Philips

0188

Magnavox

0188

Sony

0348

 

 

 

 

Set Up Codes for Video Accessories

Archer

0160

Philips Web-TV

0818

GC Electronics

0160

RadioShack

0160

Jebsee

0160

Sony Web-TV

0850

Magnavox

 

TeleCaption

0171

Web-TV

0818

 

 

 

 

 

 

Set Up Codes for Miscellaneous Audio

Aiwa

0010, 0159, 0404

RCA

0056

Fisher

0052

SSI

0317

Harman/Kardon

0477

Schneider

0376

JBL

0477

Scientific Atlanta

0460

JVC

0073

Sony

0010, 0159

Jerrold

0459, 0520

Soundesign

0376

Nikko

0376

Starcom

0459

Paramount Pict.

0317

Yorx

0376

 

 

 

 

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SEARCHING FOR YOUR CODE

If your components do not respond to the Home Producer 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 brand of TV, you still cannot get theHome Producer to operate your TV, then:

1

Press and release the TV key.

2

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

 

[TV and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

3

Press the MENU – key one time.

 

The display screen will change to

 

[CODE SETUP]. Press SELECT.

 

The display will change to

 

[DEV SET UP].

4

Press the MENU – key another time.

 

The display screen will change to

 

[DEV SEARCH]. Press SELECT.

 

The display will change to

 

[TV and XXX].

NOTE: XXX represents the lastthree-digitcode that was entered prior to starting the search.

5

Press POWER. If your TV turns

 

OFF, press SELECT to lock in your

 

code and return the display to

 

[TV and the TIME]. If your TV does

or

not turn OFF, press MENU .The

 

next available code will appear on

 

the display screen, then press

 

POWER again. Continue to press

 

POWER thenMENU – until your TV

 

turns OFF. Once your TV turns OFF,

 

press SELECT to lock in your code

 

and return the display to

 

[TV and the TIME].

NOTE: If you are searching for your VCR, CD Player, DVD Player, or LD Player code, usePLAY instead ofPOWER. Once your component begins to play the tape or disc, pressSELECT to lock in the code.

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Finding Out Your Code

After you have set up your components using the search, you may need to find out which four-digitcode is operating your components. For example, to find out whatfour-digitcode is operating your TV:

1

Press and release the TV key.

2

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

 

[TV and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

3

Press the MENU – key one time.

 

The display screen will change to

 

[CODE SETUP]. Press SELECT.

 

The display will change to

 

[DEV SET UP].

4

x 2 PressMENU – twice. The display

 

will change to [DEV NUMBER].

 

Press SELECT. The display will then

 

change to [TV and your code]. Write

 

down the code in the below boxes

 

and press ESC to return the display

 

to [TV and the TIME].

TV code:

VCR Code:

Cable Code:

Satellite Code:

Tuner Code:

Amplifier Code:

CD Player Code:

DVD/LD Player Code:

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SETTING UP THE HOME THEATER KEY

The HOME THEATER mode key brings all of the most commonly used home theater functions into one mode of the Home Producer. When setting up this key, you will choose which components will control your volume, channel changing, playback,Picture-in-Pictureand menu functions.

1

Press and release the HOME

 

THEATER mode key.

2

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

[THEATER and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

3x 2

x 2

Press the MENU – key twice, the display will change to [CONFIGURE]. PressSELECT, the display will change to [THEATR SEL], pressSELECT. The display will change

to [AUDIO].

4

Press SELECT. This will change the

 

display to [AMP] or, if you have

 

redefined the AMP key, the display

 

would read [TV2], [DVD2], [SAT2]

 

and so on. At this screen you will

 

select the device that will control

 

your Volume in the Home Theater

(Device Key)

Mode. Use the device keys AMP,

 

TUNER, TV, CBL/SATor DVDto

 

choose your AUDIO selection.

 

Once you choose the AUDIO

 

source, press SELECT. For

 

example, if your Tuner will control

 

your volume in the Home Theater

 

Mode, press TUNER +SELECT.

 

The display will change to [CHAN-

 

NEL]. This will allow you to choose

 

the device that will control your

 

channel changing.

 

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SETTING UP THE HOME THEATER KEY (cont.)

5

Press SELECT. This will change the

 

display to [TV]. Use the device keys

(Device Key) TV, VCR, CBL/SATor DVDto

 

choose your CHANNEL source, then

 

press SELECT. For example, if your

 

Satellite will control channel chang-

 

ing in the Home Theater Mode,

 

press CBL/SAT +SELECT. The dis-

 

play will change to [PLAYBACK].

 

This will allow you to choose the

 

device that will control the transport

 

keys (PLAY, REW, FF, PAUSE, STOP

 

and REC).

6

Press SELECT. This will change the

 

display to [VCR]. Use the device keys

(Device Key)CD,VCR, orDVD to choose your

 

PLAYBACK source, then press

 

SELECT. For example, if your DVD

 

Player will control playback in the

 

Home Theater Mode, press DVD +

 

SELECT. The display will change to

 

[PIP]. This will allow you to select the

 

device that will control your Picture-

 

in-Picturefeatures.

7

Press SELECT. This will change the

 

display to [TV]. Use the device keys

(Device Key) TV, CBL/SAT, or VCRto choose

 

your PICTURE-IN-PICTUREsource,

 

then press SELECT. For example, if

 

your VCR will control Picture-in-

 

Picture features in the Home Theater

 

Mode, press VCR +SELECT. The

 

display will change to [MENU]. This

 

will allow you to select the device

 

that will control your Menu features.

8

Press SELECT. This will change the

 

display to [CABLE]. Use the device

(Device Key)

keysTV, CBL/SAT, VCR, TUNER,

 

orDVD to choose your MENU

 

source, then press SELECT. For

 

example, if your DSS will control your

Menu features in the Home Theater Mode, press CBL/SAT +SELECT. The display will then return to the [DEVICE and the TIME] screen.

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After setting up the HOME THEATER Mode key, you can then set up a macro sequence on thePOWER key in the Home Theater Mode. This macro will allow you to power ON all of your components in the Home Theater mode with the press of one key.

Power Key Macro - Powering ON Your Home Theater Components with One Key Press

1

Press and release the HOME

 

THEATER Mode key, then press

 

and hold SETUP until the display

 

screen changes from [THEATER

 

and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

2Press the MENU – key twice, the display will change to [CONFIGURE]. PressSELECT, the display will change to [THEATR SEL].

24 PressMENU – four times until the display reads [KEY MACRO]. PressSELECT. The display will

read [SEL MACKEY].

3

Press the POWER key to assign the

 

macro to POWER. Enter the macro

 

sequence that will power “ON” your

 

home theater, for example:

 

(Sequence) TUNER+ POWER+ TV+ POWER

 

+ VCR +POWER + etc., until you

 

have added all of your home theater

 

components.

4

When your macro sequence is con-

 

cluded, press ESC to save. The dis-

 

play will then return to the [THE-

 

ATER and the TIME] screen.

5

To activate the Home Theater

 

Power macro, the LCD screen must

 

read [THEATER], and you must

 

press POWER.

NOTE: The MACRO or MACRO2 keys cannot be used in your Home Theater Power key macro.

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LEARNING FUNCTIONS ONTO THE 1L THROUGH 6L KEYS

The 1L,2L,3L,4L,5L, and6L keys can be used to customize those functions that are unique to your home entertainment needs. For example, the

Home Producer does not offer Tracking Up or Down for a VCR. However, with the learning feature, you can add these as well as many other functions to theHome Producer.

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

1 (Device Key) Press and release the Device key (e.g., VCR) where you wantHome Producer to learn new feature(s).

2

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from the

 

device you selected [e.g., VCR and

 

the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

3

x 2 PressMENU – twice, the display

 

will change to [CONFIGURE].

 

Press SELECT, the display will

 

change to [THEATR SEL]. Press

 

MENU + twice, the display will

 

x 2 change to [IR LEARNER].

4

x 2 PressSELECT, the display screen

 

will change to [IR LEARN]. Press

 

SELECT again.

5

The display screen will change from

 

[IR LEARN] to [VCR].

Home Producer is now ready to learn new features.

NOTE: At this point, you can press a different device key (e.g.,TV) to learn features in a different mode.

6 (Device Key) Press and release the Device key (e.g., TV) in which you would like to learn your new function.

 

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7

Press and release the (1~6)L key

 

where you want to assign a compo-

 

nent’s feature. The Home Producer’s

 

red light will flash rapidly.

8

Place your original remote control

 

about 2 inches apart (nose-to-nose)

 

from the Home Producer.

 

2"

NOTE: If the Home Producer has trouble learning a feature, try moving your original remote control to the left or right during the learning process.The position of the IR LED transmitter on your original remote control may be offset.

9

On your original remote control,

 

press and hold the key (feature) you

 

want learned until the red light on

 

the Home Producer blinks twice and

 

the display will read [SUCCESS}. If

 

the red light on the Home Producer

 

does not blink twice or the display

 

reads [ERROR], stop and repeat

 

step 7 to 9.

NOTE: You can now repeat steps 6 through 9 to learn additional functions on the other(1~6) L keys and in different modes.

10

Once the Home Producerhas

 

learned all desired features, press

 

and release ESC to exit out of

 

learning mode.

11

To test a new feature, press and

 

release a desired device key, fol-

 

lowed by the (1~ 6) L key where a

 

corresponding feature was learned.

NOTE: Steps 7 through 9 need to be completed within

10 seconds. Please read the next three steps before proceeding.

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Deleting Functions from the L keys:

1 (Device Key) Press and release the Device key (e.g., VCR) where you wantHome Producer to learn new feature(s).

2

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from the

 

device you selected [e.g., VCR and

 

the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

3

x 2 PressMENU – twice, the display

 

will change to [CONFIGURE].

 

Press SELECT, the display will

 

change to [THEATR SEL]. Press

 

MENU + twice, the display will

 

x 2 change to [IR LEARNER].

4

Press SELECT, the display screen

 

will change to [IR LEARN]. Press

 

MENU + once and the screen will

 

change to [IR DELETE]. Press and

 

release SELECT.

5

The display screen will now change

 

to [KEY/MODE]. Press and release

 

SELECT.

6 (Device Key) Press and release the Device key which holds the learned feature you want to delete (e.g., TV). Then press and release the(1~ 6)L key you want to delete. The Display will read [DELETED].

7

You can now repeat steps 5 and 6

 

to continue deleting any and all

 

learned features.

8

Press the ESC key to return to the

 

main display [DEVICE and the

 

TIME].

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SETTING UP TIMED SEQUENCES - RECORDING WHEN YOU ARE NOT HOME

The Home Producer is equipped with a special feature that lets you set up a sequence ofkey-strokesthat can be played back at a specified time, up to seven days in advance. You can use this feature to record from your DSS satellite, turn on your infrared home automation lighting system when you are not home, or any other series of keystrokes that you would like to play back at a later time. TheHome Producer can store up ten sequences in the memory with each sequence having a maximum of 15 keystrokes. For example, to set up the remote to record a program off of your DSS receiver:

1

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

 

[DEVICE and the TIME] to [TIMED

 

SEQ].

 

x 2 PressSELECT. The display will

 

change to [ADD MACRO]. Press

 

SELECT again.

2 0 or 1

The display will change to [START

 

and the TIME], with the first digit of

 

the TIME blinking. Enter either a 0

 

or a 1, then the next digit in the time

 

will begin to blink, continue entering

 

the time until all four digits of the

 

time have been set. Next, [AM/PM]

 

will blink. Press MENU – to toggle

 

between AM and PM. Choose one

 

and press SELECT.

3

The display will change to [ONCE].

 

Use MENU – to toggle through

 

[ONCE], [DAILY], or [WEEKLY],

 

depending on when and how often

 

you want the sequence to play.

 

Choose one and press SELECT.

4

The display will change to the day

 

of the week on which the sequence

 

will begin. Use MENU – to toggle

 

through the days of the week until a

desired day is displayed. Press SELECT. The display will change to [ENTER SEQ].

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NOTE: When setting up your sequence, you will need to include any keystrokes that would normally be required during regular usage, such as pressing ENTER after entering a channel number when changing channels.

 

For example, enter a sequence that

 

will start your VCR recording your

 

DSS channel as follows:

 

SAT + POWER+ SAT+ 2+ 7+ 5+

 

VCR + POWER+ VCR+ RECORD.

 

This sequence will turn on the DSS,

 

change the channel to 275, and turn

 

on the VCR and start it recording.

5

Once a sequence has been set up,

 

press the ESC key to return to the

 

[DEVICE and the TIME] display

 

screen. Below the [TIME], a CLOCK

 

(

 

 

) symbol will appear to show

 

 

 

 

that there is a timed sequence in

 

the memory.

NOTE: If, at any time during the set up of your timed sequence, a mistake is made, press theESC key to return to the main display [DEVICE and the TIME]. Then delete the sequence that was incorrect and restart your timed sequence.

After you have set up a timed sequence, you may want to set up a second sequence that turns everything off after your initial sequence. For the example above, after recording the program from your DSS, you can set up a second sequence to power OFF your DSS and VCR. Just repeat steps 1 through 5 to set up a sequence to power OFF your components.

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To Delete a Timed Sequence

1

Press and hold SETUP until the

 

display screen changes from

 

[DEVICE and the TIME] to [TIMED

 

SEQ]. Press SELECT. The display

 

will change to [ADD MACRO].

 

Press MENU – one time. The dis-

 

play will change to [DEL MACRO].

 

Press SELECT.

2

The display will then change to

 

[DEL (the DAY or D for Daily or W

 

for WEEKLY) and (the TIME of the

 

Sequence)]. If this is the timed se-

 

quence you would like to delete,

 

press SELECT. The display will

 

change to [DELETED] then return

 

to [DEVICE and the TIME].

NOTE: If you have more than one timed sequence saved in the memory of the Home Producer, use theMENU – key to scroll through your saved timed sequences until you see the sequence you would like to delete. Once the sequence is displayed on the screen, pressSELECT. The display will change to [DELETED] then return to the next available sequence to be deleted. If there are no other sequences to be deleted, then the display will return to [DEVICE and the TIME].

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REPEATING A SERIES OF KEY PRESSES USING THE MACRO AND MACRO2 KEYS

The Home Producer has two Macro keys (MACRO andMACRO2) that will play back a series of key strokes at any time with the press of one key. Each sequence can have up to a maximum of 15 keystrokes. These keys are not mode specific and can be accessed in any mode. For example, to set up a sequence that will turn on devices and turn them to the proper inputs:

1

Press and hold SETUP until the dis-

 

play screen changes from [DEVICE

 

x 2 and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

 

Press MENU – twice until the display

 

reads [CONFIGURE], then press

 

SELECT. The display will then read

 

[THEATR SEL].

2

x 4 PressMENU – four times until the

 

display reads [KEY MACRO]. Press

 

SELECT. The display will read

 

[SEL MACKEY]. Press either the

 

MACRO orMACRO2 key. This will

 

be the key that will play back the

 

series of keystrokes assigned to

or

that key. The display will then read

 

[ENTER SEQ]. Begin entering the

 

sequence of keystrokes, up to 15.

NOTE: When setting up your sequence, you will need to include any keystrokes that would normally be required during regular usage, such as pressing ENTER after entering a channel number when changing channels.

For example:

(sequence) TUNER+ POWER+ TV+ POWER

+ TV/SAT (to change the input on the TV to VIDEO 1) +SAT +

POWER.

3

When your macro sequence is con-

 

cluded, press ESC to save.

When the sequence key is pressed, the Tuner will power ON, the TV will power ON and change its input to VIDEO 1, and then the Satellite will power ON.

Repeat these steps 1 to 3 to setup another sequence key (MACRO orMACRO2) for your needs.

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HOW TO USE THE SHIFT KEY

The Home Producer has additional features that can be accessed by using theSHIFT key. They are listed above the keys that they are mapped to.

For example, on the transport keys PLAY,REW,FF,STOP, andPAUSE, there are the following features:SLOW,SLOW+,SLOW ,X2, andEJECT.

If you want to eject a tape from your VCR, press:

SHIFT + STOP

This will eject your tape, as long as your original remote supported this feature.

NOTE: Once you have pressed theSHIFT key, Home Producer will remain in the "Shift" mode, as indicated by an [S] on the LCD screen, for 5 seconds after the last key press or until theSHIFT key is pressed again.

The following keys have functions that are shifted:

CENTER:

SHIFT + CENTER = REAR

MENU:

SHIFT + MENU = PROGRAM

SELECT:

SHIFT + SELECT = CLEAR

MUTE:

SHIFT + MUTE = SLEEP

PREV CH:

SHIFT + PREV CH = DISPLAY

PIP:

SHIFT + PIP = FREEZE PIP

REW:

SHIFT + REW = SLOW-

PLAY:

SHIFT + PLAY = SLOW

FF:

SHIFT + FF = SLOW +

STOP:

SHIFT + STOP = EJECT

PAUSE:

SHIFT + PAUSE = X2

IMPORTANT: For a more detailed explanation of what function each shifted key performs by device type (e.g., TV, VCR, etc.), please refer to pages 52 through 64.

NOTE: If you make a mistake during the setup of a macro sequence, pressESC to return to the main display screen and begin the setup of your sequence again.