Marantz RC1200 User Manual

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Model

RC1200

User Guide

Learning

Remote Control

MAIN FEATURES & FUNCTIONS ........

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NAMES OF PARTS & FUNCTIONS .....

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LOADING BATTERIES ..........................

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BASIC OPERATION ..............................

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USE MODE .............................................................

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LEARN MODE ......................................................

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PROGRAMMING THE JOG DIAL .........................

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REWRITING NAMES ............................................

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ERASING PROGRAMMED CODES ......................

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PROGRAMMING MACROS .................................

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EDITING MACROS ...............................................

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USING MACROS ..................................................

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EXAMPLES OF MACRO PROGRAMS ................

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CLEARING MACRO PROGRAMS .......................

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USING THE CLONE MODE ................

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COPY MODE .......................................

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COPYING ON A BUTTON BY BUTTON BASIS ...

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COPYING THE JOG DIAL INFORMATION ..........

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OTHER FUNCTIONS ...........................

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LIGHTING BUTTON .............................................

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LUMINOUS BUTTONS .........................................

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SETUP ..................................................................

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JOG DIAL COMMAND FUNCTIONS LISTING ...

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

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MAIN FEATURES & FUNCTIONS

P R O G R A M M A B L E L E A R N I N G FUNCTION

Can easily be programmed to learn the codes for almost any other infrared-based remote, allowing the remote control functions for many different components to be consolidated conveniently in a single unit.

This remote controller uses a non-volatile memory so that the learned codes will be retained even if the batteries are removed.

• PRESET CODES

Function buttons already contain preset codes (using the RC - 5/RC - 6 remote control language) for other remote-controllable Marantz audio-visual component.

(This does not apply to some of the buttons.)

LCD LIGHTING FUNCTION AND LUMINOUS BUTTONS

To allow easy use in a location which has been darkened for a home theater performance, for instance, this remote controller features an LCD backlight with electroluminescence (EL) and luminous buttons which can store light.

LARGE, EASY-TO-READ DISPLAY

Large LCD (liquid crystal display) messages and other information at a glance.

JOG DIAL

The function selected by Jog Dial (displayed on the LCD) can be operated directly by the enter button.

• MACRO CAPABILITY

Macro function allows the remote controller to be programmed to execute complex strings of multiple commands using a single keystroke.

• NAME ASSIGNMENT

Allows one to change the (displayed via the LCD) name for a function button.

• CLONING FUNCTION

The unit features a cloning system that enables a duplicate unit of this remote c o n t r o l l e r w h i c h h a s a l r e a d y b e e n p r o g r a m m e d t o b e e a s i l y m a d e b y undertaking a series of key operations.

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NAMES OF PARTS & FUNCTIONS

Names of Buttons & Functions

z MODE button

Used to change the operation mode of the remote controller. Pressing this button cycles the remote controller through USE LEARN

NAME CLONE TX CLONE RX USE, with the currently selected mode displayed on the LCD.

x MACRO button

Used to store a string of consecutive button operations in the memory and also to revise them.

Pressing it switches the remote controller in and out of the MACRO mode. Its status is displayed on the LCD.

c Power ON and OFF buttons

Used to turn ON and OFF the power of the amplifier or receiver or turn ON and OFF the power of a source component which has its own ON and OFF buttons.

v Source ON/OFF button

Used to turn specific sources (such as DVD players, etc.) ON and OFF independently from the rest of the system.

b LCD

Used to display information about currently selected modes and functions.

n ENT buttons

Used to execute a function selected with the

Jog Dial m.

There are 2 ENT buttons, one on each side, so that the remote controller can be used just as easily with either hand.

The characters on the display can also be programmed.

m Jog Dial

Used to select the operation content for each source. Ten types of direct operation are possible for each of the 11 functions including LD, TV, AMP, etc. After selecting the desired function, press either of the ENT buttons n to transmit the signal.

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, Function buttons

Used to switch the remote controller to the command sets for specific sources (amplifier, receiver, etc.), thereby allowing a single remote controller to control up to 11 different components. To use these buttons to switch the amplifier’s source, press the desired button twice within 2 seconds. The AMP button , is used only to switch the command set of the remote controller itself and therefore does not transmit any signal. Further, the function buttons may also be programmed to execute macros. (A macro allows a complex string of operations to be performed in series simply by pressing a single button.) One button can be programmed to learn sequences containing up to 10 commands. The following is an example of a macro sequence:

Turn the receiver ON → Switch the function to DVD → Set the Surround Mode to Dolby Digital → Switch the TV to video input → Set the DVD player to Play.

. VOLUME up / down button

Used to adjust the volume on receivers and other components equipped with volume control.

⁄0CURSOR/CONTROL buttons

Used to operate on-screen and other displays used by amplifiers and other components, as well as to operate the PLAY, STOP, PAUSE, NEXT, and PREVIOUS functions of each source.

⁄1< • 3 (CURSOR/ CONTROL switching) button

Used to switch the function of the CURSOR/ TRANSPORT CONTROL buttons ⁄0between CURSOR and TRANSPORT CONTROL, with the currently selected function displayed on the LCD when the DVD, LD, or VCR functions are selected. When functions other than DVD, LD, or VCR are selected, the < • 3 button remains inactive.

⁄2Channel up / down button

Used to controls the up/down function of TV tuner, or allows one to cycle through the tuner presets.

⁄3MUTE button

Used to temporarily mute the sound for preamplifiers, receivers, etc.

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⁄4GUIDE button

Used to call up the on-screen menus used to control DVD players, digital satellite systems (DSS), and other menu-equipped systems.

⁄5CLEAR button

Used to clear the contents of memory or programmed functions.

⁄6MEMO button

Used to program your CD player’s track memory, or to enter a VCR recording program, and can be used to provide the MEMO function included with other components in your system.

⁄7Ten-Key pad/Surround

Mode buttons

Used to enter numeric digits, useful for finding a specific track on a CD, or to tune a preset radio station, etc. When the function is set to AMP, it is possible to choose Surround Mode, etc.

⁄8Infrared Transmitter/

Receiver Window

Used to transmit remote control signals based on beams of infrared light to system components. To ensure that these signals are properly received, make sure that this window is pointing in the general direction of the infrared receiver on the amplifier or other components. This window should also be pointed toward the source remote controller when using Programmable Learning function.

⁄9LIGHTING button

When this button is pressed, the LCD display lights up, and it goes off 5 seconds later. While it is held down, the display remains lighted.

Note:

The programmable learning function does not work with buttons z, x, n, ⁄1and ⁄9.

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LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)

Information about currently selected functions and modes is displayed on the LCD. Pressing any buttons will call up a full display of information on the status of that function or mode. This display will disappear after approximately 1 minute, except for the Function Name indicator A, which is always displayed.

A

B

IJ

C

ED H F G

A Function Name indicator

Displays the name of the currently selected function (LD, TV, etc.) using up to 5 characters.

B Command Name indicator

Displays up to 10 types of commands for each function using up to 5 characters.

C Command Page indicator

Allows confirmation of current command page of Jog Dial m. Also, when setting or transmitting macros, displays information such as the number of macro steps and the time intervals between command transmissions.

D Transmission indicator

Indicates when the remote controller is transmitting a signal.

E USE indicator

Indicates the status in which the programmed code is output.For normal operation the USE indicator is displayed.

F LEARN indicator

Indicates when the remote controller is in the LEARN mode . It also appears when programming is cleared.

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G NAME indicator

Indicates when the remote controller is in the NAME mode and a function name is being changed.

H MACRO indicator

Indicates when the remote controller is in the MACRO programming mode.

I CURSOR indicator

Indicates when the CURSOR CONTROL buttons are in the cursor mode.

J CONTROL indicator

Indicates when theCURSOR CONTROL buttons are in a transport control mode such as PLAY, STOP, etc.

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NOTE:

If the LCD flickers when a button is pressed in order to transmit a command, the transmission or learning is not possible. In such a case, please replace the batteries.

Operating tip

This remote controller uses non-volatile memory, so that learned codes and macros will be preserved even if the batteries are removed.

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LOADING BATTERIES

The life of the batteries used with the remote control unit is about 6 months with normal use. Also be sure to replace batteries earlier when you notice that they are getting weak. Do not use alkaline, manganese, nickel-cadmium (NiCd) or other different types of batteries together.

(1) Remove the back cover.

(2)Insert the new batteries (AA type) with correct (+) and (–) polarity.

(3) Close until it clicks.

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BASIC OPERATION

USE MODE

The remote controller will normally be used in the USE mode.

It comes preset with codes commonly used to control 11 types of components manufactured by Marantz, Philips and RCA (for DSS), including DSS, DVD, TV, LD, VCR, AUX, TUNER, CD, TAPE, CD-R/MD, and AMP, as well as many others that utilize the RC-5 remote control language.

1.Press once one of the Function buttons , to change to another component’s commands, such as LD button.

C D

 

DVD

CD-R/MD

DSS

T V

VCR

AUX

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L D

TUNER

 

TAPE

AMP

CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE

MUTE

AUTO

DOLBY

THX

DTS

HALL

1

2

3

4

5

MATRIX

MOVIE

2CH

OSD

SLEEP

2.LD will be displayed on the LCD and the function codes will be set to operate the laser disc player, and if you double clicked the LD function button, the amplifier or receiver’s input will be changed as well.

3.Now you can operate the laser disc player.

When a button is pressed, the symbol indicates that a remote code is being transmitted. is not displayed if a button for which no code has been set is pressed.

4.The Jog Dial m is used to select any one of up to 10 direct operations that can be performed for each of the 11 functions including LD, TV and AMP. Rotate the Jog Dial m to select one of these

commands. The number of the current page is indicated by - at LCD C. The signal is sent when the ENT button n is pressed.

Page numbers cycle up or down, for example → etc. or → etc. depending on which way the Jog Dial m is rotated.

The last page position for any given command function is retained in the memory even if the remote controller is switched to the command function for another component. (Last Memory)

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If it is left for approximately 1 minute without pressing any buttons, all items on the LCD will go off except the function indicator.

Even if the display goes off, the remote controller will retain the status established before the display went off. When any button is pressed, the display will appear on the whole LCD display.

LEARN MODE

The remote controller is capable of learning and memorizing the remote control codes used by almost any other remote controller you may already own.

If no commands have been programmed for a particular function button, the remote controller will transmit whatever codes have been factory preset.

The following example shows how to program your remote controller and how to use the codes for a laser disc player (LD).

A different code can be programmed for each function in each one of the buttons. The COPY mode described later (on page 34) comes in handy if the same code is to be sent by all the functions.

The remote controller infrared receiver is located at the top of the remote controller.

1.Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MODE button z until LEARN is displayed and starts to blink. Each time the button is pressed, the display cycles

through the modes one by one in sequence: LEARN NAME CLONE TX CLONE RX USE, etc.

The USE mode is selected when the MODE button is pressed after an operation in the LEARN, NAME or other mode.

2.Place the laser disc’s remote controller so that its infrared signal transmitter is facing the infrared signal receiver on the Marantz remote controller at a distance of about 5 centimeters (2 inches).

5cm

 

 

OFF

 

MODE

POWER

SOURCE

ON / OFF

REMOTE

RC 7000 MACRO

 

 

ON

LEARNING

CONTROL

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3. If the cursor is not aligned with the control

 

mode after the LD function button , on

 

the remote controller has been pressed,

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press the < • 3 (CURSOR/CONTROL

 

switching) button ⁄1to display " ".

 

DSS

T V

 

VCR

AUX

 

L D

TUNER

 

TAPE

AMP

 

CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE

MUTE

 

AUTO

DOLBY

THX

DTS

HALL

 

DSS

T V

 

VCR

AUX

 

L D

TUNER

 

TAPE

AMP

 

CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE

MUTE

 

AUTO

DOLBY

THX

DTS

HALL

 

1

2

3

4

5

 

MATRIX

MOVIE

2CH

OSD

SLEEP

 

6

 

8

9

 

 

4.Press the PLAY button ⁄0(3 OK). The LEARN indicator changes from blinking to continuously lit.

Now release the button.

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OK

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5.Press and hold the PLAY button on the laser disc player’s remote controller. The remote controller has finished learning the command when OK appears on the LCD A.

If AGAIN appears on the LCD, some error has prevented the command from being learned. If this happens, simply repeat the procedure from step 4.

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• In the rare event that NG appears on

 

the LCD, it means that the remote

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controller you are attempting to learn

from uses special signals that cannot

 

 

be learned by the Marantz remote

 

controller.

 

6. Follow the same procedure to make the

 

remote controller learn the ten-key ⁄7

 

operation used by the laser disc player’s

 

remote controller.

 

7. Repeat the procedure from step 3 to have

 

the remote controller learn the signal

 

codes for the other components such as

 

TV, VCR, etc.

 

• I f n o b u t t o n s a r e p r e s s e d f o r

 

approximately 1 minute while in the

 

LEARN mode, the remote controller

 

automatically returns to the USE mode.

 

• When programming the function

 

buttons, first switch to the desired

 

function, then press the button again.

 

8. When you have finished programming the

 

remote controller, use a ballpoint pen or

 

other sharp point to once again press the

 

MODE button z to return it to the USE

 

mode. The LCD displays the USE

 

indicator, and the newly programmed

 

codes now can be used.

If FULL is displayed on the LCD

If FULL is displayed on the LCD B when programming in the LEARN mode, it means that the memory has become too full to hold any further codes.

If FULL is displayed no matter how many times you attempt to enter new codes, it means that the remote controller cannot accept any new codes until some of the previously learned codes are deleted to make space in the memory. Select unneeded codes for each of the Jog Dial control m and Function buttons ,, which show FULL and delete them from the memory.

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PROGRAMMING THE JOG DIAL

Let’s use the example of setting as the SIDE-B code for the laser disc player.

1.Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MODE button z until the LEARN indicator is displayed and starts to blink.

2.Place the laser disc’s remote controller so that its infrared transmitter window is facing the infrared signal receiver window on the Marantz remote controller at a distance of about 5 centimeters (2 inches).

3.Press the LD Function button ,.

4.Rotate the Jog Dial m left or right until is displayed, then press and release the ENT button n.

The LEARN and NAME indicators will both be displayed.

5.Press the SIDE-B button on the laser disc’s remote controller continuously until OK is displayed on the Marantz remote controller’s LCD, indicating that the programming has been completed.

If AGAIN appears on the LCD, some error has prevented the command from being learned. If this happens, simply repeat the procedure from step 3.

When the programming has been completed, the remote controller automatically switches to the NAME

mode.

The left hand position on the LCD B blinks, indicating the character in the name to be rewritten.

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If you do not wish to rewrite the name,

 

 

simply press the OK Cursor button ⁄0.

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If you wish to rewrite the name, input the

 

 

desired characters using the ten-key pad ⁄7. The part of the display which is to be overwritten can be moved using the left (<) and right (>) Cursor buttons ⁄0. When you are finished rewriting, press the OK Cursor button ⁄0.

To simply erase already existing characters, press the 0 button to replace them with a blank space.

(Refer to next section on rewriting names)

6. Use the same procedure to program the codes for other 1-6 with the Jog Dial m.

7. When finished programming the codes for each of the buttons, use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MODE button z to return the remote controller to the USE mode. The LCD displays USE indicator, and the newly programmed codes now can be used.

REWRITING NAMES

This remote controller allows the names accessible by Jog Dial m to be rewritten with new ones of your choosing.

Rewriting of names is performed for each individual function.

Let’s use a laser disc player as an example

to show how to change the ’s “SIDE-A” to “LD-A”.

1.Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MODE button z to switch the remote controller to the NAME mode. The NAME indicator blinks.

2.Press the LD Function button ,.

The left-hand edge of the function name now blinks.

C D

 

DVD

CD-R/MD

DSS

T V

 

 

VCR

AUX

L D

TUNER

TAPE

AMP

CLEAR

MEMO

 

 

GUIDE

MUTE

AUTO

DOLBY

THX

 

DTS

HALL

1

2

3

 

4

5

3.Use the Jog Dial m to select the page for which you wish to enter a new name. Press the down (v) Cursor button ⁄0, and move the blinking location to the Jog Dial.

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4. The left-hand edge of LCD B now blinks

 

to indicate that the character at the

 

blinking location can now be overwritten.

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New characters entered will be written

 

over the top of the current character so

 

that the current character is erased.

 

Use the < and > Cursor buttons ⁄0to select

 

the characters to be rewritten.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.Use the ten-key pad ⁄7to select the desired alphanumeric characters.

Pressing the number buttons on the ten- k e y p a d w i l l c y c l e t h r o u g h t h e alphanumeric characters as follows:

Ten keypad

Press, press again, press again, etc.

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A →

B →

C →

1 →

A

2

D →

E →

F →

2 →

D

3

G →

H →

I →

3 →

G

4

J →

K →

L →

4 →

J

5

M →

N →

O →

5 →

M

6

P →

Q →

R →

6 →

P

7

S →

T →

U →

7 →

S

8

V →

W →

X →

8 →

V

9

Y →

Z →

/ →

9 →

Y

0

SPACE →

+ →

— →

, → ’ → 0

SPACE ()

6.Therefore, to enter the letter “L”, press the 4-key on the ten-key pad ⁄73 times in a row to cycle from J to K to L.

Once the desired character “L” appears, press either of the < or > Cursor buttons ⁄0and the L will be permanently written over the former character. Press the 0-key in order to replace unneeded extra characters with spaces ().

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7. Follow the same procedure to enter “D-

 

A”. When finished, press the OK Cursor

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button ⁄0. Pressing OK permanently fixes

the newly written characters.

 

 

Similarly, the function names can be

 

overwritten by pressing the function buttons.

Up to 5 characters can be entered in the function display and command display.

To rewrite the names of the other items

in the Command Name indicator, use the Jog Dial m to select the desired command and repeat from step 5.

8.When you are finished rewriting, use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MODE button z to return the remote controller to the USE mode. The USE indicator is displayed on the LCD, and the newly programmed codes now can be used.

POWER

SOURCE

ON

ON / OFF

OFF

LEARNING REMOTE

 

CONTROL RC 1200 MACRO

MODE

ERASING PROGRAMMED CODES

(Returning to Factory Presets)

Codes that have been programmed into the memory can be erased in 4 ways: by button(s), by function(s), by Jog Dial command, and by erasing all memory contents.

1.Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MODE button z to switch the remote controller to the LEARN mode, so that the LEARN indicator is blinking on the LCD.

Note:

Erasing of programmed codes is only possible in the LEARN mode.

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POWER

SOURCE

ON

ON / OFF

OFF

LEARNING REMOTE

 

CONTROL RC 1200 MACRO

MODE

2.Erasing by Button(s)

T o c l e a r t h e c o d e s a n d n a m e s programmed in any of the buttons

Press the button concerned twice while holding down the CLEAR button ⁄5.

When the codes are cleared, the button returns to its factory presets or it is left empty.

Jog Dial codes can be cleared in the same way: turn the Jog Dial to call up the name of the command whose codes are to be erased, and press the ENT button n (either the left one or the right one) twice while holding down the CLEAR button ⁄5, and the c o d e s a n d c o m m a n d n a m e s memorized in the button will be cleared.

When the codes are cleared, the button returns to its factory presets or it is left empty.

To erase codes programmed for the CLEAR button ⁄5, simply press the CLEAR button ⁄5continuously for 3 seconds.

As an example, let’s clear the PLAY command from the laser disc player command set.

1.While holding down the CLEAR button ⁄5:

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CH

 

OK

 

VOL

 

C D

 

DVD

CD-R/MD

 

DSS

T V

 

VCR

AUX

 

L D

TUNER

TAPE

AMP

q

CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE MUTE

 

AUTO

DOLBY

THX

DTS

HALL

 

1

2

3

4

5

2.Press the OK Cursor button ⁄0twice.

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3. Erasing Jog Dial Codes

 

 

To clear all codes and names previously

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set for each of the functions (LD, TV, etc.).

• Press the function button whose codes

 

 

are to be cleared. When both the left

 

and right ENT buttons n are pressed

 

simultaneously while holding down the

 

CLEAR button ⁄5, "CLR?" appears at

 

LCD B.

 

 

ENT

ENT

CH

OK

VOL

 

C D

 

DVD wCD-R/MD

 

DSS

T V

 

VCR

AUX

 

L D

TUNER

TAPE

AMP

q

CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE

MUTE

 

AUTO

DOLBY

THX

DTS

HALL

 

1

2

3

4

5

While holding down the CLEAR button ⁄5, press both the left and right ENT buttons n.

To go ahead with the clearing operation, press the OK Cursor button ⁄0. Clearing the codes returns all ten of the command names in the Jog Dial to their

factory presets or they are left empty. LCD B will also be either returned to its original display or left empty.

CH

OK

VOL

C D DVD CD-R/MD

To cancel the memory clearing

operation, do not press OK Cursor button ⁄0and simply touch any other button.

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4. Erasing Codes by Function

 

 

 

This procedure clears all the codes and

 

 

names programmed for the LD, TV or any

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another function.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

• When the button for the function to be

 

 

cleared is pressed twice while holding

 

 

down the CLEAR button ⁄5, "CLR?"

 

 

appears at LCD B. To go ahead with

 

 

the clearing operation, press the OK

 

 

Cursor button ⁄0.

 

 

 

 

 

C D

DVD

CD-R/MD

 

w

DSS

T V

 

VCR

AUX

 

 

L D

TUNER

TAPE

AMP

 

q

CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE

MUTE

 

 

AUTO

DOLBY

THX

DTS

HALL

 

 

1

2

3

4

5

 

 

MATRIX

MOVIE

2CH

OSD

SLEEP

 

This will return the button to its factorypresets or leave it empty if no factory presets are available. Accordingly, the LCD B will return to the factory-preset displays, or will simply be empty.

To cancel the memory clearing operation, do not press the OK Cursor button ⁄0and simply touch any other button.

5.Erasing All Memory Contents

This procedure clears (resets) all the data programmed. Once all the data is cleared, the memory is returned to its factory preset status.

When ON and OFF of the POWER buttons c are pressed simultaneously

while holding down the CLEAR button ⁄5, "ACLR?" appears at LCD A.

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To go ahead with the clearing operation, release the buttons, and press the OK Cursor button ⁄0.

Once the data is cleared, the codes are either returned to their original display or left empty. LCD is similarly returned to its factory preset or left empty. All the macro programs are also cleared.

To cancel the memory clearing

operation, do not press the OK Cursor button ⁄0and simply touch any other button.

After the OK Cursor button ⁄0is pressed, clearing the entire memory will take approximately 10 seconds.

PROGRAMMING MACROS

Macros make it possible to use a single function button to perform more complex series of operations that would normally require pressing several buttons. A single button can be programmed to perform up to 10 steps in sequence. A typical example of such a series might be as follows:

• Turn the main amplifier power ON → Switch the function to DVD → Set the Surround Mode to Pro Logic → Switch the TV to video input → Set the DVD player to PLAY.

No signals may be transmitted during macro programming.

The various steps that make up a macro are set initially to be sent one after another in 1 second intervals, however these intervals may be shortened to as little as 0.5 seconds or lengthened to as much as 5 seconds using the Setup mode.

In the macro mode, the number of steps the macro contains is displayed on LCD c. Macros may be programmed for each of the 11 function buttons, from LD to AMP.

1.Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MACRO button x until the MACRO and LEARN indicators are displayed blinking on the LCD.

 

POWER

 

 

SOURCE

 

ON

ON / OFF

OFF

 

MACRO

MODE

 

 

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2. Press the Function button , for which

 

you wish to program a series of

 

operations. In this case, let’s use the

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Example

example of the laser disc player.

 

Press the LD Function button ,.

 

The LCD A will display LD-M.

 

 

 

The characters displayed at LCD A are as follows. However, when a function name has been overwritten, "–M" appears for the first 2 or 3 characters.

LD-M, DVD-M, TV-M, DSS-M, VCR-M, AUX-M, TUN-M, CD-M, TP-M, AMP-M, CDR-M (or MD-M for remote controller set for MD).

If a macro has already been set for the selected function button, the LCD A

will blink. Also, the number of steps in the macro is displayed on LCD C.

3.Press the buttons for the operations you wish to program as a macro in the sequence you want the macro to program them. The name of the button pressed appears on LCD A. The number of steps in the macro is displayed on LCD C and this number increases by 1 with each button pressed.

For example, press LD, PLAY.

 

ENT

 

 

 

EN

w

CH

 

OK

 

VO

 

C D

DVD

CD-R/MD

 

DSS

T V

 

VCR

AUX

q

L D

TUNER

TAPE

AM

 

CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE

MUTE

 

AUTO

DOLBY

THX

DTS

HALL

Each function button can be programmed to perform up to 10 steps in sequence.

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• If, while programming, no buttons are

 

pressed for approximately 1 minute,

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the remote controller will automatically

return to normal mode, and no macro

 

 

will be programmed in the memory.

 

4. When you are finished programming

 

macros, use a ballpoint pen or other

 

sharp point to press the MACRO button

 

x. LCD A will display END, and the

 

display will return to normal.

 

• Macros cannot be programmed for the

 

MODE z, MACRO x, < • 3 ⁄1, VOL

 

/ ., MEMO ⁄6or CLEAR ⁄5buttons.

 

Although function operations in the

 

Macro Mode can be programmed

 

more than once, only the first function

 

memorized in the ten function buttons

 

including LD, CD, TV--but not the AMP

 

button--will be sent from the remote

 

controller (the amplifier or receiver

 

function will change). For this reason,

 

it is not possible to select multiple

 

amplifier functions in a macro button.

 

(If the AMP button is programmed, the

 

same operations as those in the other

 

function buttons will be performed.)

 

Therefore, when executing operations

 

in the Macro Mode, what happens is

 

that, starting with the second function

 

operation, only the function mode of

 

the remote controller is changed, and

 

no signals are sent.

 

EDITING MACROS

 

Macros may be edited using following

 

procedure.

1.Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MACRO button x until the MACRO and LEARN indicators are displayed blinking on the LCD.

2.Press the Function button , to be changed. Let’s use the example of the laser disc player, by pressing the LD Function button ,.

LD-M is displayed blinking on LCD A.

The number of steps in the completed macro is highlighted on LCD C. In this example there are 3 macro programs in memory.

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• The is highlighted if no macros have been programmed, and the remote controller is ready for macro programming.

3. While pressing the VOLbutton ., press the ^ and v Cursor button ⁄0to call up the part of the macro to be changed. Once the part is displayed, release the buttons. Pressing the ^ button increments the step number; conversely, pressing the v button decrements the step number.

To change a step by overwriting it, press the button in which the new step will be memorized . What was previously programmed will be cleared and overwritten with the new step.

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To insert a new step in between existing

steps in a macro, after step 3 press the MEMO button ⁄6, then press the button for the new step. The numbers of the other steps will be adjusted accordingly to accommodate the new step. Since only 10 steps may be stored in any macro, the tenth step will be erased if a step is inserted when the total number of steps is already 10.

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CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE

MUTE

AUTO

DOLBY

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5

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9

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To erase a step in a macro, after step 3

call up the number of the step to be erased and press the CLEAR button ⁄5.

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TAPE

AMP

CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE

MUTE

AUTO

DOLBY

THX

DTS

HALL

1

2

3

4

5

MATRIX

MOVIE

2CH

OSD

SLEEP

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• If while editing macros no buttons are

 

pressed for approximately 1 minute,

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the remote controller will automatically

return to normal mode, and no macro

 

 

changes will be programmed in the

 

memory.

 

4. When you are finished editing macros,

 

use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to

 

press the MACRO button x. END will be

 

displayed on LCD A and the display will

 

return to normal.

 

Note:

 

When the Jog Dial m has been programmed

 

in a macro, changing the function

 

immediately before causes the jog

 

commands immediately after to be

 

automatically changed to the commands of

 

the new function. (The commands are

 

changed to the commands on the same

 

page number of the new function.)

 

USING MACROS

 

The following procedure will show how to use

 

the function buttons for which you have

 

programmed macros.

1.Press the Function button , for the desired macro for 3 seconds. MACRO is displayed on LCD A for approximately 1

second, after which the number of steps in the macro is displayed on LCD C.

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The remote controller will do nothing if no macros are programmed. The macro steps are executed in order and the names of their buttons are

displayed on the LCD. Also, the step numbers displayed on LCD c disappear as each step is executed.

2.After all macro commands have been transmitted, the remote controller returns to normal mode.

To cancel the transmission of a

programmed macro, use the v Cursor button ⁄0(STOP button).

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EXAMPLES OF MACRO PROGRAMS

Example 1

Change the input source for the amplifier to CD and play the 3rd track on a CD in the CD player.

1.Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MACRO button x.

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POWER

SOURCE

ON

ON / OFF

OFF

LEARNING REMOTE

 

CONTROL RC 1200 MACRO

MODE

2.Press the CD function button ,. CD-M is

displayed on the LCD.

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CD-R/MD

DSS

T V

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L D

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TAPE

AMP

3.Press CD ,, 3 ⁄7, and 3 OK ⁄0in this order.

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CD-R/MD

 

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L D

TUNER

TAPE

AMP

 

CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE MUTE

 

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DOLBY

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When you are finished programming the

 

macro, use a ballpoint pen or other sharp

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point to press the MACRO button x.

 

POWER

 

 

SOURCE

 

ON

ON / OFF

OFF

 

 

 

MACRO

MODE

Now, execute the macro you just programmed.

1.Press the CD Function button , for 3

seconds.

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CD-R/MD

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2.The macro commands are transmitted to the components in order, and the names of the operations being performed are displayed on the LCD in order.

Example 2

Turn the main amplifier ON → Change the amplifier’s input source to LD → Set the Surround mode to DOLBY → Switch the TV to video input → Set the laser disc player to PLAY

1.Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MACRO button x.

2.Press the LD Function button ,.

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CLEAR

MEMO

 

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AUTO

DOLBY THX

 

DTS

HALL

Here the LD Function button , is used as the macro button, but any function button can in fact be used.

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3. To set the various steps of the macro,

 

press the following buttons in order: AMP

 

,, POWER ON c, LD ,, AMP* ,, 2

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(DOLBY) ⁄7, TV* ,, VIDEO (use Jog Dial

 

m to select VIDEO and press ENT button

 

n) , LD* ,, 3 ⁄0.

 

4. When you are finished programming the

 

macro, use a ballpoint pen or other sharp

 

point to press the MACRO button x. The

 

 

remote controller returns to normal mode.

 

N o w , e x e c u t e t h e m a c r o y o u j u s t programmed.

1.Press the LD Function button , for 3 seconds.

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CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE

MUTE

The macro commands are transmitted in order, and the names of the operations being performed are displayed on LCD A in order.

When executing this macro, function operations AMP*, TV*, and LD* only switch the command set of the remote controller and no signal is transmitted to the component.

To cancel the transmission of a

programmed macro, use the v Cursor buttons ⁄0(STOP button).

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CLEARING MACRO PROGRAMS

The following procedure is used to erase macros you have programmed into the remote controller’s memory.

When one of the function buttons , (LD in this example) is pressed for 3 seconds while holding down the CLEAR button ⁄5, "LDCL?" appears at LCD A. If you wish to continue the clearing operation, press the OK Cursor button ⁄0.

 

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CH

 

OK

 

VOL

 

 

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DVD

CD-R/MD

 

 

DSS

T V

 

VCR

AUX

w

 

L D

TUNER

TAPE

AMP

 

 

CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE

MUTE

 

 

AUTO

DOLBY

THX

DTS

HALL

 

 

1

2

3

4

5

 

 

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MOVIE

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SLEEP

 

 

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8

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To cancel the memory clearing

operation, do not press OK Cursor button ⁄0and simply touch any other button.

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USING THE CLONE MODE

All the codes which have been programmed can be copied altogether into another RC1200 remote controller by a few simple operations. (Macros and the set-up contents will also be copied.)

Note:

The clone function cannot be used for copying unless the same model (RC1200) is used for the remote controllers at the sending and receiving ends.

1.Place the light sensor (in the head section) of the remote controller at the receiving end about 5 centimeters (2 inches) away from and directly in front of the transmitter (also in the head section) of the remote controller at the sending end.

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CONTROL

LEARNING

ON

 

 

MACRO 1200 RC

REMOTE

OFF / ON

SOURCE

POWER

MODE

 

OFF

 

 

5cm

 

 

OFF

 

MODE

POWER

SOURCE

ON / OFF

REMOTE

RC 1200 MACRO

 

 

ON

LEARNING

CONTROL

2.Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MODE button z on the sending unit to call up the CLONE and TX displays. CLONE appears at LCD A and TX at LCD B.

POWER

SOURCE

ON

ON / OFF

OFF

LEARNING REMOTE

 

CONTROL RC 1200 MACRO

MODE

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3.Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MODE button z on the

receiving unit to call up the CLONE and RX displays. CLONE appears at LCD A and RX at LCD B.

POWER

SOURCE

ON

ON / OFF

OFF

LEARNING REMOTE

 

CONTROL RC 1200 MACRO

MODE

4.Press the OK Cursor button ⁄0on the receiving unit.

5.Press the OK Cursor button ⁄0on the sending unit. The copying operation is now commenced.

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OK

VOL

 

 

6.During the copying operation, the bar displays at LCD C on both units start moving from left to right. After the entire

bar displays have lighted, the display at LCD B on the receiving unit changes to RX OK and the LCD display on the sending unit changes to TX OK. Copying is now completed.

Do not touch either of the remote controllers during the copying operation. Doing so may cause copying to fail.

When copying has failed at an interim point, RX NG will appear on the LCD display of the receiving unit. Check steps 1 to 5, and repeat.

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• Copying takes about 3 minutes to

 

complete if the programming capacity

 

in the sending unit is 100%.

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7. When copying is completed, use a

 

ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press

 

the MODE button z on both remote

 

controllers to call up the USE display.

 

POWER

 

 

SOURCE

 

 

ON ON / OFF

OFF

 

LEARNING REMOTE

 

 

CONTROL RC 1200 MACRO

MODE

 

Note:

If RX NG is displayed, all the receiving unit's buttons which were programmed will be returned to the factory presets (RC-5).

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COPY MODE

In the copy mode, the preset codes or programmed codes stored in the buttons can be transferred (copied) to other keys as desired.

The information that will be copied includes not only codes but also names which have been assigned. Information can be copied on a button by button basis, and Jog Dial codes can be copied.

Buttons which are excluded from the copying process are the MODE button z, MACRO button x, < • 3 button ⁄1and function buttons ,.

COPYING ON A BUTTON BY BUTTON BASIS

As an example, the information stored in 1 ⁄7 on the ten-key pad for the LD function will be copied here to 1 ⁄7on the ten-key pad for the DVD function.

1.Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the operation MODE button z to call up the LEARN display. LEARN now blinks on the LCD display.

POWER

SOURCE

ON

ON / OFF

OFF

LEARNING REMOTE

 

CONTROL RC 1200 MACRO

MODE

2.Press the MEMO button ⁄6for 3 seconds. (The learn mode of the MEMO button is established first, and after 3 seconds it

changes to the COPY mode.) "CPY→ " appears at LCD A.

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TAPE

AMP

CLEAR

MEMO

 

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AUTO

DOLBY

THX

DTS

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1

2

3

4

5

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3. Select 1 of the LD function button on the

 

 

copy source. Press the LD function

 

 

button ,, and then press 1 on the ten-

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key pad ⁄7for 3 seconds.

 

 

 

 

 

The display at LCD B changes from LD to

 

 

1, and the characters "1" stops blinking

 

 

and remain lighted.

 

 

 

 

 

"CPY← " appears at LCD A.

 

 

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CD-R/MD

 

 

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T V

 

VCR

AUX

 

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L D

TUNER

TAPE

AMP

 

 

CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE

MUTE

 

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DOLBY

THX

DTS

HALL

 

1

2

3

4

5

 

 

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SLEEP

 

 

6

7

8

9

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The copy source has now been established.

4.The copy destination is selected next. Press the DVD function button ,, and then press 1 on the ten-key pad ⁄7for 3 seconds.

The character "1" stops blinking and remain lighted.

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C D

DVD

CD-R/MD

 

DSS

T V

 

VCR

AUX

 

L D

TUNER

 

TAPE

AMP

 

CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE

MUTE

w

AUTO

DOLBY

THX

DTS

HALL

1

2

3

4

5

 

 

MATRIX

MOVIE

2CH

OSD

SLEEP

 

6

7

8

9

0

When copying finishes, the OK display appears at LCD A.

"CPY→ " appears again at LCD A.

Now repeat steps 3 and 4. When copying is completed, press the MODE button z and call up the USE display.

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COPYING THE JOG DIAL INFORMATION

As an example, 1 (DISC+) for the CD function will be copied here to 1 (OSD) for the DVD function.

1.Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the operation MODE button z to call up the LEARN display. LEARN now blinks on the LCD display.

POWER

SOURCE

ON

ON / OFF

OFF

LEARNING REMOTE

 

CONTROL RC 1200 MACRO

MODE

2.Press the MEMO button ⁄6for 3 seconds. (The learn mode of the MEMO button is established first, and after 3 seconds it

changes to the COPY mode.) "CPY→ " appears again at LCD A.

DSS

T V

 

VCR

AUX

L D

TUNER

 

TAPE

AMP

 

MEMO

 

GUIDE

MUTE

 

DOLBY

THX

DTS

HALL

1

2

3

4

5

MATRIX

MOVIE

2CH

OSD

SLEEP

6

7

8

9

0

3.Press the CD function button , on the copy source, turn the Jog Dial m to select 1 (DISC+), and then press the ENT button n for 3 seconds.

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ENT

 

 

ENT

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OK

VOL

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CD-R/MD

 

 

DSS

T V

VCR

AUX

 

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CD appears at LCD B, and then the 1 (DISC+) characters stop blinking and remain lighted. (The Jog Dial name is displayed.)

The copy source has now been established.

"CPY← " appears at LCD A.

4.The copy destination is selected next. Press the DVD function button ,, turn the Jog Dial m to select 1 (OSD), and then press the ENT button n for 3 seconds. DVD appears at LCD B, and then the 1 (OSD) characters stop blinking and remain lighted.

(The Jog Dial name is displayed.)

When copying finishes, the OK display appears at LCD A.

"CPY→ " appears again at LCD A. Now repeat steps 3 and 4.

When copying is completed, press the MODE button z and call up the USE display.

Operating tip

In the same way, copying is possible from Jog Dial m to a button other than jog and vice versa.

Now repeat steps 3 and 4.

When copying is completed, press the MODE button z and call up USE on the LCD display.

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OTHER FUNCTIONS

LIGHTING BUTTON

To allow easy use in a location which has been darkened for a home theater performance, for instance, this remote controller has an LCD display which lights up. It lights up when the LIGHTING button ⁄9or any other button is pressed. While the LIGHTING button ⁄9is pressed, it lights, and when it is released, it goes off.

Signals can be sent even while the LIGHTING button is held down.

The display can be set to light for a duration of 0 to 10 seconds.

Note:

When the lighting duration is set to 0,

the LCD display will light up only while the LIGHTING button ⁄9is held down and for 5 seconds after the button is released.

LUMINOUS BUTTONS

The buttons on this remote controller are designed to remain luminous in dim lighting conditions. If the buttons are no longer luminous when the remote controller is used in low light, recharge them by placing it near a fluorescent or other light source for a sufficient amount of time. This should return the buttons to their luminous condition.

SETUP

Switch the RC-5 destination or adjust the time interval between transmissions of macro operations as follows:

1.While pressing the MEMO button ⁄6, press the OK Cursor button ⁄0. This will switch the remote controller to the Setup mode.

(Wait 3 seconds.)

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CH

 

OK

 

VOL

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DVD

CD-R/MD

 

DSS

T V

 

VCR

AUX

 

L D

TUNER

TAPE

AMP

q

CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE MUTE

 

AUTO

DOLBY

THX

DTS

HALL

 

1

2

3

4

5

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The Setup mode includes the following items, which may be accessed using the

^and v Cursor buttons ⁄0.

Switch destination (version) (VER)

• A d j u s t t i m e i n t e r v a l b e t w e e n transmissions of macro operations (MACRO)

LCD lighting duration adjustment (LIGHT)

VER: Switches the type of preset codes contained in the remote controller .

LCD A displays VER, while LCD B displays either USA or REST. USA means that the CD- R/MD Function button , is set to CD-R.

REST means that the CD-R/MD Function button , is set to MD.

Use the < and > Cursor buttons ⁄0to select the desired version, then press the OK Cursor button ⁄0. This will finish the operation and return the LCD to its original state.

To cancel the setting, press any button other than the Cursor buttons ⁄0.

To continue the setting, press the v Cursor button ⁄0.

Note:

Codes that have been programmed will not be erased even if the VER setting is changed, however the NAME indicator displays associated with the Jog Dial command will be changed. Also, the Jog Dial commands for CD-R/MD functions that are contained within macros will also change.

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MACRO: Adjusts the time interval between transmissions of macro operations

When the v Cursor button ⁄0is pressed, LCD a displays MACRO, while LCD b displays

STEP.

One square (7) in LCD c is equivalent to an interval of 0.5 seconds, allowing intervals of up to 5 seconds to be set. The remote controller is set at the factory with an interval of 1 second, as indicated by (77&&&&&&&&). Adjust the interval between transmission of operation codes using the < and > Cursor buttons ⁄0, then press the OK Cursor button ⁄0.

To cancel the setting, press any button other than the Cursor button ⁄0.

LIGHT: Adjusts the LCD display lighting duration.

When the ^ or v Cursor button ⁄0is pressed, TIME appears at LCD B. Every 7 at LCD C represents a second, and a lighting duration of up to 10 seconds can be set.

The unit is set at the factory with a duration of 5 seconds (77777&&&&&). When 0 is set, only the LIGHTING button ⁄9can be used to light up the LCD display: no other buttons can be used to perform this operation.

Press the < Cursor button ⁄0to decrease the lighting duration; conversely, press the > button to increase it.

After setting the duration, press the OK Cursor button ⁄0.

To cancel the setting, press any button except the Cursor button ⁄0.

To continue with the setting, press the ^ or v Cursor button ⁄0.

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JOG DIAL COMMAND

FUNCTIONS LISTING

Each of the 10 Jog Dial commands on the LCD has 5 character labels attached for preprogrammed remote commands. These commands can be used with various Marantz A/V components, or other components using the Philips RC-5 remote control language (without DSS function).

You can easily replace the factory-supplied remote command codes with different codes from other brands of component. Most of the supplied functions apply to a wide variety of component from many companies. The following list shows the remote code assignments for the Jog Dial commands, for each of the 11 Function buttons, as supplied from the factory. You can add or replace Jog Dial commands, including re-naming them if you wish, in order to customize the remote controller for your own particular selection of A/V components.

Function

Command

Note

AMP

1 MODE

selects surround mode

 

2

A/D

switches analog/digital

 

 

 

input

 

3

ATT

switches attenuator for

 

 

 

analog input

 

4

NIGHT

selects NIGHT mode

 

 

 

for Dolby Digital

 

5

MULTI

activates multi-room

 

 

 

mode

 

6

6-DIR

activates 6-channel in-

 

 

 

put

 

7

TRB+

increases treble

 

8

TRB-

decreases treble

 

9

BAS+

increases bass

 

0

BAS-

decreases bass

TUNER

1 FM

FM band

 

2 AM

AM/MW band

 

3 LW

Long Wave band

 

4

T-MOD

mono/stereo/muting

 

 

 

mode selector

 

5 SCAN

programmed preset

 

 

 

channel scan

 

6

STM

selects station mode

 

7

AF

selects AF function

 

8

PTY

selects PTY function

 

9

DISP

selects display func-

 

 

 

tion

 

0 DWR

selects DSR wave

 

 

 

range

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Function

Command

Note

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TV

1 A/CH

alternate channel

 

2

100S

100's

 

 

 

 

3

VIDEO

selects video

 

 

4

INFO

information

 

 

5

S-PIC

smart picture

 

 

6

S-SUD

smart sound

 

 

7

S-CH

smart channel

 

 

8

ADV

advance

 

 

9

OSD

activates on-screen display

 

 

0 MENU

menu

 

CD

1 DISC+

CD changer next disc

 

 

2

DISC-

CD changer previous disc

 

 

3

TEXT

activates text function

 

 

4

SHUFL

shuffle play function

 

 

5

REPT

repeat function

 

 

6

TRAY

tray open/close

 

 

7

AMS

automatic music scan

 

 

8

TIME

time display elapsed/

 

 

 

 

remaining/total

 

 

9

FF

fast forward

 

 

0

REW

rewind

 

LD

1 SID-A

side A

 

 

2

SID-B

side B

 

 

3

DISP

display on/off

 

 

4

AMS

automatic music scan

 

 

5

AUDIO

selects audio mode

 

 

6

RPT-A

repeat A start point

 

 

7

RPT-B

repeat B stop point

 

 

8

CP/F

selects chapter or frame

 

 

9

EDIT

activates edit function

 

 

0

D/CX

selects digital audio/

 

 

 

 

analog audio/CX NR

 

TAPE

1 TP-A

selects tape deck A

 

 

2

TP-B

selects tape deck B

 

 

3

DIR

auto reverse direction

 

 

4

TIME

time display

 

 

5

TRAY

tray open/close

 

 

6

AMS

automatic music scan

 

 

7

REC

record

 

 

8

PAUSE

pause

 

 

9

 

 

 

 

0

 

 

 

VCR

1 REC

record

 

 

2

SELCT

selects TV or VCR

 

 

3

2XPLY

twice normal playback

 

 

 

 

speed

 

 

4

SLOW

slower than normal

 

 

 

 

playback speed

 

 

5

STIL

still frame

 

 

6

OTR

one touch recording

 

 

7

AUDIO

audio track selector

 

 

8

SKIP

skip to next program

 

 

 

 

marker

 

 

9

VIS+

VHS index search next

 

 

0

VIS-

VHS index search previous

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Function

Command

Note

 

 

DSS/V2

1 DISP

brings up on-screen

 

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channel marker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

PREV

goes to previously se-

 

 

 

 

 

lected channel

 

 

 

3

SELCT

selects TV or VCR

 

 

 

4

AUDIO

audio track selector

 

 

 

5

FAV

favorite users and

 

 

 

 

 

channel lists

 

 

 

6

ALT

alternate audio chan-

 

 

 

 

 

nel, languages

 

 

 

7

FTCH

brings up on-screen

 

 

 

 

 

channel logos

 

 

 

8ANT

select broadcast or

 

 

 

 

 

cable antenna

 

 

 

9

REC

record

 

 

 

0

OTR

one touch recording

 

 

AUX

1 No

no output

 

 

 

2

No

no output

 

 

 

3

No

no output

 

 

 

4

No

no output

 

 

 

5

No

no output

 

 

 

6

No

no output

 

 

 

7

No

no output

 

 

 

8

No

no output

 

 

 

9

No

no output

 

 

 

0

No

no output

 

 

DVD

1 OSD

activates on-screen

 

 

 

 

 

display

 

 

 

2

TITLE

selects title menu

 

 

 

3

ZOOM

zoom mode on/off

 

 

 

4

MENU

selects main menu

 

 

 

5

10+

digit entry +10

 

 

 

6

SETUP

selects setup menu

 

 

 

7

ANGLE

selects angle

 

 

 

8

SUB-T

selects subtitle

 

 

 

9

RESUM

resume function

 

 

 

0

AUDIO

selects audio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For USA setups

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Function

Command

Note

 

 

CDR

1 INPUT

selects input source

 

 

 

2

INCR

increments track num-

 

 

 

 

 

ber

 

 

 

3

SYNC

activates SYNCRO. re-

 

 

 

 

 

cording

 

 

 

4

REC

records pause

 

 

 

5 PROG

activates program

 

 

 

 

 

mode

 

 

 

6

TRAY

tray open/close

 

 

 

7

DISP

display mode

 

 

 

8

FINAL

finalizes (writes TOC)

 

 

 

9

BLANK

records blank

 

 

 

0

REPT

activates repeat mode

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

41

 

For REST setups

 

 

Function

Command

Note

ENGLISH

MD

1 REC

records pause

 

 

2

REPT

selects repeat mode

 

 

3 RANDM

random play

 

 

4

DISP

selects display mode

 

 

5

EDIT

selects edit mode

 

 

6

EJECT

eject

 

 

7

LP

selects SP/LP mode

 

 

8

DEL

selects delete

 

 

9

ENTER

selects enter

 

 

0

SYNC

SYNCRO. recording

 

 

 

 

 

42

SPECIFICATIONS

 

System ........

Infrared type programmable remote control

Learning and transmission-capable infrared carrier

frequency band ............................................

 

20 to 70 kHz

Transmission infrared wavelength band ......

950+/ - 45nm

Maximum number of programmable codes

.............. 407

Power supply ...................

Size "AA" alkaline batteries x 2

Dimensions ...........................

 

225(H) x 65(W) x 26(D) mm

Weight (including batteries) ....................................

200 g

Accessories

 

 

Alkaline batteries ............................................................

 

2

Product warranty (for USA only) .....................................

1

User guide .......................................................................

 

 

1

Note:

Depending on the types of codes programmed, it may not be possible to program a total of 407 codes.

ENGLISH

43

⁄8

 

POWER

 

 

SOURCE

 

ON

ON / OFF

OFF

vLEARNING REMOTE

CONTROL RC 1200 MACRO MODE

⁄9

ENT

 

ENT

m

 

 

CH

OK

VOL

 

 

⁄2

 

 

C D

DVD CD-R/MD

c

z x

b

n

⁄0

.

 

DSS

T V

 

VCR

AUX

⁄6

L D

TUNER

 

TAPE

AMP

 

 

 

 

 

⁄5

CLEAR

MEMO

 

GUIDE

MUTE

AUTO

DOLBY

THX

DTS

HALL

 

1

2

3

4

5

,⁄4

⁄3

⁄1

MATRIX

MOVIE

2CH

OSD

SLEEP

 

6

7

8

9

0

⁄7

 

 

 

 

 

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