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AVEX R6

Remote Control

Owner’s Manual

Congratulations!

Congratulations on purchasing Universal Remote Control’s AVEX R6 Pre--Programmed and Learning remote control. You now have the power to control your entire home entertainment system with one easy-- to--use remote. The AVEX R6 can be used with thousands of audio/video components because of the extensive library of codes that have already been programmed into the remote. So... get ready to sit back, relax, and simplify your home entertainment experience.

This Owner’s Manual is designed to assist you in programming your AVEX R6 remote to work with your components by guiding you through an easy step-by- step process. Everything you need to know about programming the AVEX R6 is contained in this Manual.

AVEX R6 Owner’s Manual © 2009 Universal Remote

Control, Inc.

This document is protected by the copyright laws of the United States and internationally by the Berne Convention. No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form without the express written consent of Universal Remote Control, Inc. Although reasonable care has been taken to assure the accuracy of the information herein contained, Universal Remote Control, Inc. is not responsible for operational, technical or editorial errors or omissions.

The specifications and information in this manual may be subject to change without notice. MacroPower and SimpleSound are trademarks of Universal Remote Control, Inc. Entertainment Made Simple is a registered trademark of Universal Remote Control, Inc. All other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

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Table of Contents

 

Getting Started - Overview

 

• Control up to 6 Components ......................

4

• Component Buttons ...................................

4

• Battery Installation.....................................

4

• Low Battery Warning.................................

5

• Couch Mode ............................................

5

Keypad Layout & Button Functions........

6

Programming AVEX R6 Using

 

Pre-Programmed Codes .........................

7

• Quick Set-Up Method ................................

7

• Three-Digit Code Entry Method ...................

8

• Auto-Search Method................................

10

Programming AVEX R6 Using the

 

Learning Method....................................

12

Special Advanced Features ..................

14

• Programming Automated Activities ............

14

• MacroPower Total System On/Off.............

14

• Programming Multi-Commands to Macro

Buttons...................................................

16

• “My Favorites” – Favorite Channels...........

17

• More Favorite Channels...........................

18

• SimpleSound™ Total System Volume Control.........

19

• Channel Control “Punch Through” .............

21

• Transport Control “Punch Through”............

22

• OSD (On-Screen Display) Control

 

“Punch Through” .....................................

23

• Input Switching Macros ...........................

24

Erasing Commands-Overview .............

25

• Erasing a Single Learned Command .........

25

• Erasing All Learned Commands from

 

One Component .....................................

26

• Erasing MacroPower & Other Macro

 

Commands ............................................

27

• Erasing SimpleSound & Other

 

“Punch Through” Commands ...................

28

• Factory Reset .........................................

29

Finding a Component’s Set-Up Code

 

Number .................................................

30

Pre-Programmed Code Tables .............

31

• CABLE/SAT ...........................................

32

• TV ....................................................

33-34

• DVR/VCR ..........................................

35-36

• DVD ......................................................

37

• AUDIO ..................................................

38

• AUX ......................................................

39

FAQs .......................................................

40

Warranty................................................

41

Specifications ........................................

41

Getting Started - Overview

Control up to 6 Components

The AVEX R6 remote control is designed to control up to six different Audio/Video components and operate virtually all brands of AUDIO, TV, DVD, VCR/DVR, SAT/CABLE and AUX (Light, Music Server, etc.) components.

Component Buttons

Once you have programmed the AVEX R6 for all of your components, all you need to do is press a component button and all the buttons on the AVEX R6 will work with that component. For example, when you press the TV component button, all the buttons on your AVEX R6 will operate your TV. If you press the DVD component button, all the buttons on the AVEX R6 will operate your DVD.

Each time you press any of the buttons on the remote, the LED light in the component button will light up to indicate which component you are controlling.

TV BUTTON

remove the cover of the battery in the back of your remote.

batteries (included in the

sure to match the positive (+) and as shown in the diagram.

back over the battery compartment.

INSERT BATTERIES

CORRECTLY

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Low Battery Warning

When the batteries are low and need to be replaced the component LED will quickly blink three times when you press the Power [ON] button.

Couch Mode

The AVEX R6 is designed to automatically turn itself off if a button is pressed for more than 30 seconds. This prevents battery power from being depleted should the remote accidentally slip between the couch cushions.

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Keypad Layout & Button Functions

POWER

Allows selected on and

TV, CBL,VCR,

AUDIO, DVD, AUX

MENU

INFO

about

Cable

Perform standard VCR and DVD functions when in VCR and DVD mode, or VOD (Video-On-Demand) and DVR (Digital Video Recorder) functions when in Cable mode.

PIP

CONTROLS

Controls

Picture-In- Picture actions.

SYSTEM OFF

Power

for up to with one

GUIDE

Displays the Program Guide listings through the Cable Set Top Box.

CURSOR

NAVIGATION

PAD

EXIT

the Cable Set Top Box.

SELECT

Selects highlighted screen options.

INPUT

LAST

MUTE

NUMBER

PAD

Use to enter code numbers for programming components and to enter channel numbers to tune in channels. Also used to make numeric entries on on-screen menus.

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Programming AVEX R6 using Pre-Programmed Codes

There are three different ways you can program your AVEX R6 using the component brand codes that are pre-programmed into the remote. One of these will work for you!

Quick Set-Up Method

Three-Digit Code Entry Method

Auto-Search Method

** *

TRY THIS FIRST!

Quick Set-Up Method

STEP 1: Manually or using your old remote, turn on the component you want to program—for example, to program your TV, turn on your TV set.

STEP 2: Point the AVEX R6 toward the component that you want to program (in this case the TV set) and press and hold the component button (in this case the TV button). While holding down the component button, begin to press numeric keys, one number at a time, starting from 1, continuing to 2, 3 ... 0 until component (in this case the TV) turns off.

STEP 3: Release the component button to save the code. The component LED light will blink three times to confirm that the code has been stored.

Repeat the above three steps for other components.

COMPONENT

BUTTONS

NUMBER

PAD

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IF QUICK SET-UP DID NOT WORK, TRY THIS NEXT:

Three-Digit Code Set-Up Method

STEP 1: Find the 3-digit code numbers assigned to your brand from the lists in the back of this manual. The codes are listed by component category (i.e., TV, VCR, DVD, etc.), then by brand name. For instance, if you would like to locate a code for a Sony television, first locate the TV category and then look for the Sony brand.

STEP 2: Once you have located the 3-digit codes for each of the components that you wish to operate with your AVEX R6, write them ALL down on a piece of paper. It’s important that you write down all the codes listed for your brand because only one code is going to work with your component.

STEP 3: Manually or using your old remote, turn on the component you want to program—for example, to program your TV turn on your TV set.

STEP 4: On the AVEX R6, press the Component button that you want to program (in this case the button that says TV) and the SELECT [SEL] button at the same time. Hold down both buttons for 2 seconds until the TV Component LED light turns on. This signals that you are in programming mode.

IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to perform the next step while you are in programming mode. If you do not press a button within 30 seconds,the component LED light will turn off. The remote will exit the programming mode and you will have to start over.

COMPONENT

BUTTONS

SELECT

BUTTON

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STEP 5: Point the AVEX R6 toward the component (in this example the TV) and punch in the first 3-digit code that you wrote down for that specific component. Use the Number buttons 0–9 on the remote to punch in the code. The TV LED light will blink each time a number is pressed.

NUMBER

BUTTONS

number you just punched in is the the component you are trying to

off. If it did not turn off, enter the from your list until it does turn off.

you’ve entered the code number has turned off, press the

on the AVEX R6 remote to turn the on.

and CHANNEL buttons (or buttons for VCR and DVD) to make

. For example, perhaps your

off with code number 147, but the did not work properly. In this case, number listed for that component. the next code number until you

.

you’ve entered a correct code you the component button you just this case TV) one more time to

. The component LED light to confirm that the code was

. Now when you press the TV all of the buttons will work with

components by repeating

7.

If you have tried all the set-up and the component still did not turn either the Auto-Search Method Learning Method (page 12) will

.

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If the Three Digit Code did not work, try this next:

Auto-Search Method

The Auto-Search Method is a way you can scan through all of the codes in the table to find the right code for your component.

STEP 1: Manually or using your old remote, turn on the component you want to program—for example, to program your TV, turn on your TV set.

STEP 2: On the AVEX R6, press the Component button that you want to program (in this case the button that says TV) and the SELECT [SEL] button at the same time. Hold down both buttons for 2 seconds until the TV Component button light turns on. This signals that you are in programming mode.

IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to perform the next step while you are in programming mode. If you do not press a button within 30 seconds, the component LED light will turn off. The remote will exit the programming mode and you will have to start over.

UP

ARROW

DOWN

ARROW

STEP 3: Point the AVEX R6 remote control toward the component and press the UParrow (or DOWNarrow) button once. Each time the UP or DOWN arrow button is pressed, the code will count up (or down) one code number and send a Power OFF signal. When the correct code is sent out, the component will turn off.

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STEP 4: Once you have found the right code number and the component has turned off, press the POWER button on the AVEX R6 remote to turn the component back on.

Next test the VOLUME and CHANNEL buttons (or PLAY and STOP buttons for VCR and DVD) to make sure they all work. If any of the buttons do not work properly, you need to find a new code. Continue pressing the UP (or DOWN) arrow button until you find a new code that turns off the component and makes the VOLUME or PLAY buttons respond correctly.

STEP 5: Once you have found the right code, you must save it. Press the component button you just programmed (in this case TV) one more time to save the code number. The component LED light will blink three times to confirm that the code was successfully stored. Now when you press the TV component button, all of the buttons will work with your TV.

NOTE: Use this method for those components you cannot program with either the Quick Set-Up or 3- digit Code Entry Methods.

IMPORTANT: If you cannot find the right code after 5 minutes of trying the Auto-Search Method, try the Learning Method (page 14).

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If Auto Search did not work, try this:

Programming AVEX R6 using the Learning Method

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STEP 2: On the AVEX R6, press the Component button that you want to program (in this case the button that says TV) and the ENTER [ENT] button at the same time. Hold down both buttons for 2 seconds until the TV Component button light turns on. This signals that you are in programming mode.

IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to perform the next step while you are in programming mode. If you do not press a button within 30 seconds, the component LED light will turn off. The remote will exit the programming mode and you will have to start over.

STEP 3: Press any button on the AVEX R6 that you want to teach a command to. For example, if you want to teach the MUTE button on the AVEX R6 the TV Mute command from the other remote, first press the MUTE button on the AVEX R6 and the TV component button LED light will blink once indicating that the AVEX R6 is ready to learn the command.

STEP 4: Press and hold the MUTE button on the other remote until the component button LED on the AVEX R6 blinks twice. Now you can continue learning all other buttons from your old remote by pressing the next button on the AVEX R6 and repeating this step.

Note: The component LED will blink five times if there was an error in the learning process. In this case, please repeat Steps 3 and 4.

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STEP 5: Once the AVEX R6 has learned all the buttons in the selected component mode, press and hold the Component button and ENTER [ENT] buttons at the same time to save the learned functions. The component LED light will blink three times to confirm the programming. Now test all the buttons to make sure they learned correctly.

Repeat Steps 1-5 to program any other component modes.

If the Learning Method does not work, here are a few suggestions:

If you have a Plasma TV, move to another room.

Avoid programming under fluorescent light or direct sunlight.

Put new batteries in the old remote.

Gradually vary the distance between the two remote controls.

Tap the button on your old remote instead of pressing and holding it during the learning process.

Here are some additional facts regarding the Learning process:

Learned functions override any existing pre-programmed functions on the remote control.

•Learned functions are automatically erased when a new function is learned on the same button.

Learned functions are retained even after a different set-up code number is programmed into the remote control.

To return to an original pre-programmed function, a learned function must to be erased.

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Special Advanced Features

Programming Automated Activities

The AVEX R6 has six Macro buttons (POWER, SYSTEM OFF, A, B, C, D) that are designed to store up to 20 commands in each button. Pressing any one of the Macro buttons, or Automated activity, will send out the series of commands that are stored in that particular button.

MacroPower™ Total System On/Off

MacroPower makes several devices work together by pressing one button. Imagine the convenience of turning on your TV, your DVD player and your Surround Sound receiver by pressing a single button on your AVEX R6. What could normally take three remotes and three button pushes, the AVEX R6 can accomplish with the press of one button. We call that MacroPower. Any of the Power On or the System Off buttons can be programmed for MacroPower control. To set it up, follow these easy steps:

STEP 1: To program MacroPower commands for the Power ON button, press the POWER button and the MUTE button at the same time for 2 seconds until one of the component button LED lights turns on.

POWER

MUTE

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IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to perform the next step while you are in programming mode. If you do not press a button within 30 seconds, the component LED light will turn off. The remote will exit the programming mode and you will have to start over.

STEP 2: Press the component button you want to turn on and then the POWER button; repeat for all other components in the order you want them to turn on. The component LED lights will blink once each time you press the POWER button.

POWER

COMPONENT

BUTTONS

you’ve entered all the Power On the CHANNEL UPbutton to commands. The

lights will blink three times to programming has been

.

CHANNEL

Most of the components have the the power On and Off. You MacroPower only in the

and save the System Off button to On or Off individually.

to program MacroPower for the repeat the same steps used

.

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Notes regarding programming multicommands to Macro buttons:

You can program up to 20 commands on each Macro button.

You can program delays in between commands by pressing the PAUSE button. Each press adds a one-half second delay.

Also, if you add the delay time as the first step of Macro commands, the remote will not send the Macro unless the button is held for two seconds. (This is the Press & Hold Function).

You can also program macro commands in ‘layers’ by pressing the STOP button in between commands. (For example, if you press CBL, 009, STOP, 035, STOP, 365, STOP and the CH+ button in Step 2) the remote will send out 009 at the first press of the ‘A’ button, and then send out 035 at the second press, etc.

You cannot program the CH+ or PAUSE buttons as macro commands.

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Programming “My Favorites” - Favorite Channel Buttons

In Cable mode, the A, B, C, D buttons are also designed to serve as dedicated Favorite Channel buttons. Each button will access one of your favorite channels with just one button press. Here’s how to program Favorite Channels:

STEP 1: Press the CBL button to select the Cable mode.

STEP 2: Press the ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ or ‘D’ button and the MUTE button at the same time for 2 seconds until the CBL component LED turns on.

IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to perform the next step while you are in programming mode. If you do not press a button within 30 seconds, the component LED light will turn off. The remote will exit the programming mode and you will have to start over.

A

BUTTON

STEP 3: Using the Number Pad, punch in the Channel number of the Favorite Channel that you want to store in the Macro button. The Cable component LED light will blink once for each button pressed.

STEP 4: Press the CHANNEL UP button to store the commands entered. The CBL component LED will blink three times to confirm the programming.

CHANNEL

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More Favorite Channels

You can also use the "A, B, C and D" buttons to program favorite channels. Each button can program up to 5 favorite channels (or a total of 20 button presses), but you're not limited to using these buttons for only that. You can record any series of button presses into a macro. This is great switching video or audio sources. Here is an example of how to program a macro on the "A" button with three favorite channels. We'll use "25, 50, and 75."

STEP

1: Press the device you are getting

 

channel control from. Ex. Cable.

STEP

2: Press and hold the "A" button and

 

"Mute" button at the same time until

 

a device button lights up.

STEP

3: Press "2".

STEP

4: Press "5".

STEP

5: Press "Select".

STEP

6: Press "Stop".

STEP

7: Press "5".

STEP

8: Press "0".

STEP

9: Press "Select".

STEP 10: Press "Stop".

STEP 11: Press "7".

STEP 12: Press "5". STEP 13: Press "Select". STEP 14: Press "Stop".

STEP 15: Press "Channel Up" to save macro.

Note: Pressing the "Select" button just assures the quickest response from the Cable box. Pressing "Stop" allows you to program several favorite channels on one button. Now, the first press of the "A" button will change the channel to "25." The second, to "50" and the third, to "75." Then the sequence starts all over again.

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SimpleSound™ Total System Volume Control

SimpleSound is one of the most exciting features of the AVEX R6. It gives you total volume control over ALL the components in your system, even those that do not have built--in volume control, such as TIVO, DVD and VCR. SimpleSound saves you the hassle and inconvenience of constantly switching between component modes just to control volume.

First you should identify which device in your system will be used to deliver sound. In a basic system, the sound may come from your TV speaker. In a more advanced system, the sound may come from your audio components (such as a Surround Sound Receiver or Home Theatre system).

Now, let’s set--up SimpleSound. Here’s how:

STEP 1: Press and hold the button that corresponds to the Component you want to add volume control to (such as a DVD or VCR) and the SELECT (SEL) button at the same time for about three seconds until the component LED light turns on.

IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to perform the next step while you are in programming mode. If you do not press a button within 30 seconds, the component LED light will turn off. The remote will exit the programming mode and you will have to start over.

COMPONENT

BUTTONS

SELECT

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STEP 2: Press the VOLUME UP button and then press either the TV or AUDIO component button that you want to use for volume. The Component LED light will blink three times to confirm that it is saved. This sets up three buttons (Volume Up, Volume Down and MUTE) as a group for that component.

VOLUME

UP

for all other components.

is what’s technically referred feature and is not limited

. It can also be applied to other

. If you find yourself switching to a mode frequently to access a consider using “Punch Through”.

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Channel Control “Punch Through”

This “Punch Through” enables you to program the AVEX R6 so that either the Cable or TV Channel Controls (CHANNEL UP, DOWN, LAST, CHANNEL NUMBERS 0-9, +10 and ENTER) will also operate in other component modes on the remote control.

STEP 1: Press and hold the component button you want to add channel control to, such as DVD or VCR, and the SELECT [SEL] button at the same time for two seconds until the Component LED light turns on.

IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to perform the next step while you are in programming mode. If you do not press a button within 30 seconds, the component LED light will turn off. The remote will exit the programming mode and you will have to start over.

STEP 2: Press the CHANNEL UP button. The component LED light will blink once.

COMPONENT

SELECT

CHANNEL

UP

STEP 3: Press either the TV or CBL want to use as the source of component LED will blink three saved.

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Transport Control “Punch Through”

This “Punch Through” enables you to program the AVEX R6 so that VCR or DVD Transport Controls (PLAY, STOP, FF, REW, PAUSE, SKIP and RECORD) will also operate in other component modes on the remote control.

STEP 1: Press and hold the component button you want to add Transport Control to, such as CBL or TV, and the SELECT [SEL] button at the same time for two seconds until the Component LED light turns on.

IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to perform the next step while you are in programming mode. If you do not press a button within 30 seconds, the component LED light will turn off. The remote will exit the programming mode and you will have to start over.

Press the PLAY button. The component LED light will blink once.

COMPONENT

SELECT

PLAY

STEP 3: Press either the DVD or you want to use as the source of The component LED will blink three it is saved.

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OSD (On-Screen Display) Control “Punch Through”

This “Punch Through” enables you to program the AVEX R6 so that CBL or DVD OSD Controls (MENU, GUIDE, INFO, EXIT, SEL and 4 Cursor Controls) will also operate in other component modes on the remote control.

STEP 1: Press and hold the component button you want to add OSD Control to, such as TV or VCR, and the SELECT [SEL] button at the same time for two seconds until the Component LED light turns on.

IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to perform the next step while you are in programming mode. If you do not press a button within 30 seconds, the component LED light will turn off. The remote will exit the programming mode and you will have to start over.

STEP 2: Press the MENU button. The component LED will blink once.

COMPONENT

SELECT

MENU

STEP 3: Press either the CBL or you want to use as the source of component LED will blink three saved.

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Input Switching Macros

These macros can be difficult and will vary depending on your specific setup. Because most TVs have a "Toggle" input feature, there's no way to jump to a specific video source discretely. "Toggle" means that you have one button on your remote that cycles through all available video sources (inputs) on your TV.

With a Toggle input feature, you will need to set a starting point (default input). Since you are most likely watching Cable TV most of the time, you might want to set that input at the starting point. So you'll be programming your macros assuming that you are always on the Cable input. Now, what you'll have to do is figure out how many presses of the input button it will take to get to the desired video source, then how many presses it will take to get back to the staring point. This way, you can use the "B" button to switch to the "DVD" input, then back to the "Cable input" and maybe the "C" button to switch to the "VCR" input, then back to the "Cable" input.

Below is an example of a macro on the "B" button that switches video sources on your TV to the "DVD" input. Let's say that it takes 2 presses of the input button to get to the "DVD" input (from the starting point) and 3 presses of the input button to get back to the "Cable" input.

STEP 1:Press and hold the "B" button and "Mute" button at the same time until a device button lights up. STEP 2: Press "TV".

STEP 3: Press "Input".

STEP 4: Press "Pause".

STEP 5: Press "Input".

STEP 6: Press "Stop".

STEP 7: Press "TV".

STEP 8: Press "Input".

STEP 9: Press "Pause".

STEP 10:Press "Input".

STEP 11:Press "Pause”.

STEP 12:Press "Input".

STEP 13:Press "Stop".

STEP 14:Press "Channel Up" to save macro.

Pressing "Pause" in between input commands will add a small delay after each press of the input button. This will assure that all commands get sent properly. Much like in the previous example, pressing the "Stop" button allows you to start a new macro. So, the first press of the "B" button will change inputs to the "DVD" video source and the second press will change back to the starting point. It is important to always switch back to the default starting point. This way it sets up the next macro on another "Favorites" button to execute properly.

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Erasing Commands -- Overview

You can erase a single learned command, all learned commands in each component mode, SimpleSound programming, MacroPower commands, or re--set the remote to original factory default settings.

Erasing a Single Learned Command from One Component

STEP 1: Press the component button where the learned command is stored and the ENTER buttons at the same time for two seconds until the component LED light turns on.

IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to perform the next step while you are in programming mode. If you do not press a button within 30 seconds, the component LED light will turn off. The remote will exit the programming mode and you will have to start over.

COMPONENT

ENTER

STEP 2: Press and hold the button erase for two seconds. The

will blink twice to confirm the

STEP 3: Repeat Step 2 to erase in the selected component mode.

STEP 4: To exit Erase mode, press the component button and the

at the same time until the blinks three times.

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Erasing All Learned Commands from

One Component

This function allows you to erase all the learned commands from one component. For example, if you want to erase all learned commands on the TV component button because you bought a new TV, the process is very simple.

STEP 1: Press the component button where all the learned commands are stored and the ENTER button at the same time for 2 seconds until the component LED turns on.

IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to perform the next step while you are in programming mode. If you do not press a button within 30 seconds, the component LED light will turn off. The remote will exit the programming mode and you will have to start over.

STEP 2: Press and hold both the component button you want to erase and the PAUSE button at the same time for two seconds, until the component LED light blinks twice to confirm the erasure.

COMPONENT

PAUSE

ENTER

STEP 3: To exit Erase mode, hold both the component button [ENTER] button at the same time component LED light blinks three

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Erasing MacroPower & Other Macro Commands

STEP 1: To erase MacroPower commands on the POWER ON or SYSTEM OFF button, press and hold either the POWER ON or SYSTEM OFF button and the MUTE button simultaneously for two seconds until the current status component LED turns on.

IMPORTANT: If you don’t proceed to the next step within 30 seconds, the LED will turn off and exit set-up mode and you will need to start over.

STEP 2: Press the CHANNEL UP button to erase and exit Erase mode. The component LED light will blink three times to confirm the erasure.

POWER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SYSTEM

ON

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OFF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHANNEL

MUTE UP

NOTE: To erase other Macros, simply press the appropriate button Step 1 in combination with the MUTE button

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Erasing SimpleSound & Other “Punch Through” Commands

STEP 1: Press and hold the Component button you want to erase volume control from, such as DVD or VCR and the SELECT [SEL] button at the same time for two seconds until the Component LED light turns on.

STEP 2: Press the VOLUME UP button and the same component button from Step 1. The component LED light will blink three times to confirm the erasure.

COMPONENT

SELECT

VOLUME

UP

Repeat Steps 1--2 to erase mands from other components.

NOTE: To erase other “Punch mands, simply press the following place of VOLUME UP in Step 2:

For Channel Control, press:

For Transport Control, press:

For OSD Control, press: MENU

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Factory Reset

You can reset your AVEX R6 remote to the original factory default settings.

Press and hold both the TV and RECORD buttons for about five seconds until the DVR/VCR component LED light blinks five times. All programming and set-up codes that you have entered into the remote will be erased and the AVEX R6 will return to the original factory default settings.

Warning

This procedure will erase all programming and set-up codes that you have entered into the remote.

TV

RECORD

Page 29

Finding a Component’s

Set-up Code Number

If you used the Auto--Search or Learning Methods to program a component, you may not know the code number you programmed. Here is a way for you to identify what that code number is, so you can make a note in the back of this Manual for future reference.

STEP 1: Press the component button you would like to verify and the SELECT [SEL] button at the same time for 2 seconds until the selected component LED light turns on.

IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to perform the next step while you are in programming mode. If you do not press a button within 30 seconds, the component LED light will turn off. The remote will exit the programming mode and you will have to start over.

COMPONENT

BUTTONS

STEP 2: Press the INFO button and count the number of times the Component LED light blinks. This number indicates the first digit of the code. Next it will pause for about one second and begin blinking again to indicate the number of the second

digit. Then once again

will pause, then blink, to

indicate the number of

third digit.

Example: One blink,

eight blinks, pause,

three blinks indicates code number 183.

Note that ten (10) blinks represent the number 0.

Page 30

Pre-Programmed

Code Tables

The AVEX R6 Pre-Programmed code library is classified by category (TV, VCR, DVD, etc.).

Within each category, the code numbers are listed in rows by brand (Sony, Panasonic, B & K, etc.). Some brands have more than one three-digit code.

Circle the correct row and refer to it while you perform setup operations.

CABLE/SAT

Cable Set top boxes and satellite

 

 

receivers

32

TV

TVs, Plasmas, Projectors and

 

 

Monitors

33-34

DVR/VCR

VCRs, DVRs & Combo Units

35-36

DVD

DVD Players and Recorders

37

AUDIO

Amps, Preamps and

 

 

A/V Receivers

38

AUX

iPod, Media PC, Gaming System,

 

Lighting Controls

39

Page 31

CABLE/SAT

Brand

Code Numbers

ABC

 

004 042

ADELPHIA

 

001 110

ADVANCED NEWHOUSE

001

ALTRIO

 

001

AMINO

 

256 257 260 261

ARMSTONG

 

110

AT&T BROADBAND

110

AT&T IPTV

 

251

ATLANTIC BROADBAND

001 110

BLUE RIDGE

 

001 110

BRESNAN

 

110

BRIGHT HOUSE

 

001 110

BUCKEYE COMM

110

CABLEVISION

 

001 110 108

CHARTER

 

001 110

CISCO

 

001 042 251 313

COGECO

 

110

COMCAST

 

001 110

COMSAT

 

110

COX DIGITAL

 

001 110

DIGEO

 

111

DIRECTOR

 

110

ENVIO

 

005

GCI

 

110

GENERAL INSTRUMENT

110 004

INSIGHT

 

110

JERROLD

 

110 004

MASSILLON

 

110

MEDIACOM

 

110

MIDCONTINENT

110

MOTOROLA

 

110 148 111 253

MOXI

 

111 086

NCTC

 

110

NEW WAVE

 

110

OAK

 

031

ONELINK

 

001

PACE

 

001 110

PANASONIC

 

044

PHILIPS

 

085

PIONEER

 

001 034 105

RCN

 

110

RODGERS

 

001

SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA

001 042 251

SEREN

 

001

SERVICE ELECTRIC

110

SHAW

 

110

SIGECOM

 

001

SONY

 

108

STARCOM

 

004

SUSQUEHANNA

001 110

TIME WARNER

 

001 110

TORX

 

004

UNITED CABLE

 

004

VERIZON

 

110

VIDEOTRON

 

001

VISTA III MEDIA

 

110

WAVE BROADBAND

110

WEHCO VIDEO

 

110

WEGENER

 

250

WIDE OPEN WEST

001

Brand

Code Numbers

SATELLITE Receivers

 

CABLEVISION

 

148

DIRECTV

 

173

DISH

 

122

ECHOSTAR

 

122

EXPRESSVU

 

122

GE

 

116

GENERAL INSTRUMENT

148

GOI

 

122

HITACHI

 

114

HTS

 

122

HUGHES

 

114

JVC

 

122

LG

 

170

MITSUBISHI

 

114

NEXT LEVEL

 

148

PANASONIC

 

142

PHILIPS

 

156 114

PROSCAN

 

116

RADIOSHACK

 

148

RCA

 

116

SAMSUNG

 

163 175

SONY

 

115

STAR CHOICE

 

148

TOSHIBA

 

114

VOOM

 

148

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TV

Brand

Code Numbers

ABEX

 

 

025

ADMIRAL

 

 

072 251 333

ADVENT

 

 

247

ADVENTURA

 

 

002

AIKO

 

 

103

ALERON

 

 

028

AKAI

 

116 146 248 281

 

 

 

404 405

A MARK

 

 

112

AMERICA ACTION

043

AMPRO

 

 

073

AMSTRAD

 

 

052

ANAM

 

043 054 056 080

 

 

 

112

AOC

 

116 363 112 058

APEX DIGITAL

 

 

006 591

ASTAR

 

 

477

AUDIOVOX

 

 

076

BELCOR

 

 

116

BELL&HOWELL

 

 

333 072

BRADFORD

 

 

043

BROCKWOOD

 

 

116

CANDLE

 

116 002 003 363

CAPEHART

 

 

058

CELEBRITY

 

 

001

CENTURION

 

 

116

CETRONIC

 

 

043

CITIZEN

 

116 002 003 363

 

 

 

043 258 103

CLARION

 

 

043

CLASSIC

 

 

043

CLP CLASSIC

 

 

333

COLORTYME

 

 

116

CONCIERGE

 

 

073

CONCERTO

 

 

363

CONTEC

 

 

043 050 051

CORNEA

 

 

116

CRAIG

 

 

043 054

CROSLEY

 

 

164

CROWN

 

 

043

CURTIS MATHES

 

 

116 258 363

CXC

 

 

043

DAEWOO

 

363 043 076 103

DAYTRON

 

 

363

DELL

 

 

320 164 363

DIGITAL LIFESTYLE

 

528

DIGITAL PROJECTION

 

570

DIGITRON

 

 

258

DIMENSIA

 

 

333

DUKANE

 

 

011 025

DUMONT

 

 

116 073

DURABRAND

 

 

096

DWIN

 

 

257

DYNASTY

 

 

043

DYNEX

 

 

399

EIKI

 

 

187

ELECTROBAND

 

 

001

ELECTROHOME

 

 

024 076

ELECTROGRAPH

 

466

ELEKTRA

 

 

072

ELEMENT

 

 

494

EMERSON

 

028 048 043 155

 

 

005 116 363 047

 

 

050 051 076 096

 

 

 

153

ENVISION

 

 

116

ESA

 

 

387

Brand

Code Numbers

FISHER

 

007 057

FUJITSU

 

246 198

FUNAI

 

028 043 052

FUTURETECH

 

043

GATEWAY

 

242 268

GE

 

073 116 008 009

 

 

034 056 074 155

 

 

333 363

GEM

 

391

GIBRALTER

 

116 073

GOLDSTAR

 

113 116 102 004

 

 

106 112

GRUNPY

 

028 043

HAIER

 

363

HALL MARK

 

363

HANNSPREE

 

381

HARLEY DAVIDSON

028

HARSPER

 

466

HARVARD

 

043

HAVERMY

 

081

HELLO KITTY

 

076

HIMITSU

 

043

HISENSE

 

419

HITACHI

 

011 166 363 009

 

 

010 012 023 158

 

 

072

HP

 

378 316 327

ILO

 

472 399

INFINITY

 

164

INFOCUS

 

333 330

INTEQ

 

073

INSIGNIA

 

350 399 400 052

 

 

164 403 454

JANEIL

 

002

JBL

 

164

JCB

 

001

JCPENNEY

 

363 024 116 008

 

 

009 030 258 333

JENSEN

 

013

JVC

 

038 034 001 083

 

 

199 210

KAWASHO

 

116 001

KEC

 

043

KENWOOD

 

116 001

KLEGG

 

466

KLOSS

 

002 059

KREISEN

 

530

KTV

 

043 116

KURAZAI

 

072

LG

 

363 113 116 102

 

 

363 106 112

LODGENET

 

072

LOEWE

 

164

LOGIK

 

072

LUXMAN

 

363

LXI

 

166 007 138 052

 

 

251 333 164

MAGNAVOX

 

164 059 116 003

 

 

060 061 363 022

 

 

333 094 226 390

MAJESTIC

 

333 072

MARANTZ

 

116 164

MATSUI

 

164

MATSUSHITA

 

080

MAXENT

 

242

MEGATRON

 

116 011

MEMOREX

 

007 072 363

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TV

Brand

Code Numbers

MGA

 

116 363 024 028

MIDLAND

 

333 073

MINTEK

 

282 362

MINUTZ

 

008

MITSUBISHI

 

124 109 024 363

 

 

028 040 146 450

MONTGOMERYWARD

333 072

MOTOROLA

 

081

MTC

 

116 363 258

MULTITECH

 

043

NAD

 

138 025

NEC

 

272 132 134 116

 

 

040 024 056 019

 

 

262

NET TV

 

242

NIKEI

 

043

NIKKO

 

116

NIKO

 

527

NORCENT

 

390

NTC

 

103

NUVISION

 

351

OLEVIA

 

432

ONKING

 

043

ONWA

 

043

OPTIMUS

 

025

OPTONICA

 

019 251

OPTOMA

 

265

ORION

 

096

PANASONIC

 

080 034 056 164

 

 

208 583

REVOLUTION HD

 

466

PHILCO

 

116 003 059 060

 

 

164 363 024 056

PHILIPS

 

164 005 093 038

 

 

116 003 363 059

 

 

206 431 594

PILOT

 

116

PIONEER

 

234 025 018 023

 

 

116 272 393

POLAROID

 

388

PORTLAND

 

363

PRIMA

 

164

PRISM

 

034

PROSCAN

 

333

PROTON

 

363 112 058 171

 

 

172

PROTRON

 

392 398

PROVIEW

 

494

PROX

 

572

PULSAR

 

116 073

QUASAR

 

034 056

RADIO SHACK

 

019 363 043

RCA

 

333 116 363 024

 

 

056 152 023 074

REALISTIC

 

007 019 043 047

RUNCO

 

072 182 073 395

 

 

416

SAMPO

 

116 058 363 242

SAMSUNG

 

258 050 089 105

 

 

363 333 228 229

SAMSUX

 

116

SANSEI

 

076

SANSUI

 

096

SANYO

 

166 007 020 053

 

 

057 082 187

SCEPTRE

 

276

SCOTCH

 

116

Brand

Code Numbers

SCOTT

028 043 363 048

SEARS

138 030 363 007

 

028 057 094 333

 

082 166

SELECO

205 011

SHARP

251 019 014 028

 

029 363 022 175

SHENG CHIA

081

SHOGUN

116

SIGNATURE

072

SIMPSON

003

SONY

001

SOUNDESIGN

028 363 003 043

SOVA

363

SOYO

528

SPECTRICON

112

SPECTRONIQ

392 398

SQUAREVIEW

052

STARLITE

043

SSS

363 043

SUPRA

116

SUPRE MACY

002

SUPREME

001

SVA

328

SYLVANIA

116 003 052 059

 

060 164 333 593

SYNTAX OLEVIA

333 363 432

TANDY

251

TATUNG

056

TECHNICS

034 080

TECHNOL ACE

028

TECHWOOD

363

TEKNIKA

002 003 363 024

 

028 043 072 258

TELERENT

072

TERA

172

TMK

363

TNCI

073

TOSHIBA

138 030 007 040

 

258 325

TRUTECH

529

TVS

096

UNIVERSAL

008 009

VICTOR

038

VIDEO CONCEPTS

146

VIDIKRON

174 164 188

VIDTECH

363

VIEWSONIC

242 389

VIKING

002

VIORE

472 592

VISCO

494

VITO

363

VIZIO

386 387

WARDS

363 008 009 019

 

028 060 061 072

 

074 164 034

WAYCON

015

WESTINGHOUSE

076 276

YAMAHA

116 363

YORK

363

YUPITERU

043

ZENITH

363 073 072 095

 

103

ZONDA

112

Page 34

DVR/VCR

Brand

Code Numbers

VCRs

 

 

ADMIRAL

 

053

ADVENTURA

 

034

AIKO

 

117

AIWA

 

034

AKAI

 

043

AMERICA ACTION

117

AMPRO

 

072

ANAM

 

145

AUDIO DYNAMICS

012 043

AUDIOVOX

 

101

BROOKSONIC

 

129

CALIX

 

101

CANON

 

145

CCE

 

117

CITIZEN

 

101 117

CRAIG

 

003 102

CURTIS MATHES

 

145

DAEWOO

 

117 010 112

DBX

 

012 043

DYNATECH

 

034 053

ELECTROHOME

 

059

ELECTROPHONIC

101

EMERSON

 

006 145 034 101

 

 

129 131 153

FISHER

 

003 010 008

FUNAI

 

034

GARRARD

 

034

GE

 

145 072 147 144

GO VIDEO

 

102

GOLDSTAR

 

101 013 012 123

GRADIENTE

 

034

HARLEY DAVIDSON

 

034

HARMAN KARDON

012

HITACHI

 

034 043 013

HQ

 

034

INSTANTREPLAY

 

145

JCL

 

145

JCPENNEY

 

012 013 102 101

JENSEN

 

043

JVC

 

048 043 012 145

KEC

 

101

KENWOOD

 

048 034

KODAK

 

145 101

LG

 

101 013 012 123

LLOYD

 

034

LXI

 

034 003

MAGIN

 

102

MAGNAVOX

 

067 145 034

MARANTZ

 

067 012 145

MARTA

 

101

MATSUSHITA

 

145

MEI

 

145

MEMOREX

 

101 003 010 145

 

 

034 053 072 102

MINOLTA

 

013

MITSUBISHI

 

059 013

MOTOROLA

 

145 053

MTC

 

034 102

Brand

Code Numbers

MULTITECH

 

034

NEC

 

012 043 048

NIKKO

 

101

NORDMENDE

 

043

OPTIMUS

 

101

OPTONICA

 

053

PANASONIC

 

070 145 167

PENTAX

 

013 145

PHILCO

 

145 034 067

PHILIPS

 

145 067 034 101

PILOT

 

101

PIONEER

 

013 048

PULSAR

 

072

RADIO SHACK

 

123

RADIX

 

101

RANDEX

 

101

RCA

 

144 147 145 013

 

 

034 102

REALISTIC

 

003 008 010 145

 

 

034 102 053 101

RICO

 

058

SAMSUNG

 

102 112 144 147

SANKY

 

053

SANSUI

 

043 048

SANYO

 

003 010 102

SCOTT

 

112 129 131

SEARS

 

003 008 010 013

 

 

101 112

SHARP

 

149 145

SIGNATURE

 

034

SONY

 

057 058 003 145

 

 

149 154

SOUNDESIGN

 

034

STS

 

013

SYLVANIA

 

145 034 059 067

SYMPHONIC

 

034

TANDY

 

010 034

TATUNG

 

043

TEAC

 

034 043

TECHNICS

 

145 070

TEKNIKA

 

145 034 101

THOMAS

 

034

TMK

 

006

TOSHIBA

 

112 131 008 059

 

 

013

TOTEVISION

 

102 101

UNITECH

 

102

VECTOR RESEARCH

012

VICTOR

 

048

VIDEO CONCEPTS

012 034

VIDEOSONIC

 

102

VILLAIN

 

034

WARDS

 

003 013 145 034

 

 

102 053 131

XR-1000

 

145 034

YAMAHA

 

012 034 043

ZENITH

 

072 048 101 034

 

 

058

Page 35

 

 

DVR/VCR

Brand

Code Numbers

TV/VCR Combos

 

 

AMERICA ACTION

117

 

DAEWOO

 

117

 

EMERSON

 

153

 

FUNAI

 

034

 

GOLDSTAR

 

101 123

 

HARLEY DAVIDSON

034

 

HITACHI

 

034

 

JCPENNEY

 

101

 

LG

 

101 123

 

LLOYD

 

034

 

MAGNAVOX

 

034 067

 

MEMOREX

 

101

 

PANASONIC

 

070 167

 

PHILIPS

 

034 067 145

 

RADIO SHACK

 

123

 

RCA

 

034 144

 

SAMSUNG

 

102

 

SEARS

 

101

 

SONY

 

057 154 058

 

SYLVANIA

 

067

 

SYMPHONIC

 

034

 

THOMAS

 

034

 

ZENITH

 

034

 

DVR Receivers

 

 

 

HUGHES

 

001

 

HUMAX

 

001

 

PHILIPS

 

001

 

REPLAY NETWORKS

775

 

SONY

 

804 805

 

TIVO

 

001

 

TOSHIBA

 

001

 

Page 36

DVD

Brand

Code Numbers

AKAI

 

281

ALLEGRO

 

091

APEX DIGITAL

 

111 115

BLAUPUNKT

 

111

BROKSONIC

 

130

CINEVISION

 

091

COBY

 

260

CYBERHOME

 

271

DENON

 

138 173

DURABRAND

 

091

DVD 2000

 

017

EMERSON

 

091 143

ENTERPRISE

 

074

FISHER

 

147

FUNAI

 

143

GOLDSTAR

 

091

GO VIDEO

 

137 091 220 221

 

 

222

GREENHILL

 

111

HARMAN KARDON

084 140

HITACHI

 

101

HITEKER

 

087

ILO

 

268

INITIAL

 

111

INSIGNIA

 

143

JBL

 

084

JVC

 

012

KENWOOD

 

151

KISS

 

279

KLH

 

135

KRELL

 

104

LITEON

 

264 265

LEXICON

 

148

LG

 

091 057

MAGNAVOX

 

001 096 143 282

MARANTZ

 

001 095

MALATA

 

267

MERIDIAN

 

153

MINTEK

 

111 282

MITSUBISHI

 

017

MYRYAD

 

102 134

NAD

 

088

NAKAMICHI

 

103

NESA

 

111

ONKYO

 

076 035 180 338

OPTIMUS

 

023

OPPO

 

266 341

ORION

 

130

PANASONIC

 

138 144 150 285

PHILIPS

 

001 095 344

PHILIPS MAGNAVOX

 

035 001

PIONEER

 

023 131

POLAROID

 

233

POLK AUDIO

 

035 001

RIO

 

091

RJTECH

 

269

SAMSUNG

 

165 170 137 159

 

 

275

SANSUI

 

154

SANYO

 

147

Brand

Code Numbers

SEARS

 

 

130

SENSORY SCIENCE

222

SHARP

 

 

094

SHINSONIC

 

 

033

SONIC BLUE

 

 

091

SONY

 

002 033 145 191

 

 

 

286 343

SYLVANIA

 

 

143

SYMPHONIC

 

 

143

TATUNG

 

 

102

TEAC

 

 

023 270

TECHNICS

 

 

138

TECHWOOD

 

 

088

THETA DIGITAL

 

 

023

TOSHIBA

 

035 130 141 164

 

 

 

188 273

URBAN CONCEPTS

 

035

VENTURER

 

 

149

YAMAHA

 

138 089 001 197

ZENITH

 

 

057 091

DVD Recorders

 

 

 

GO VIDEO

 

 

220 221 222

CYBERHOME

 

 

271

ILO

 

 

268

KISS

 

 

279

LITEON

 

 

265

PANASONIC

 

 

138

SENSORY SCIENCE

 

222

SONY

 

 

191

TOSHIBA

 

 

188

TV/DVD Combos

 

 

AKAI

 

 

281

FUNAI

 

 

143

INSIGNIA

 

 

143

MAGNAVOX

 

 

282

MINTEK

 

 

282

SAMSUNG

 

 

165

SYLVANIA

 

 

143

SYMPHONIC

 

 

143

TOSHIBA

 

 

130

TV/DVD/VCR Combos

MAGNAVOX

 

 

143

PANASONIC

 

 

144

SYLVANIA

 

 

143

TOSHIBA

 

 

164

DVD/VCR Combos

 

GO VIDEO

 

 

137

PANASONIC

 

 

150

PHILIPS

 

 

001

 

(VCR Functions for VCR 067)

SAMSUNG

 

 

137 159

SANSUI

 

 

154

SONY

 

 

145

TOSHIBA

 

 

141

ZENITH

 

 

091

 

(VCR Functions for VCR101)

Page 37

AUDIO

Brand

Code Numbers

ADCOM

082 092 225 161

 

269 356

AIWA

170 018 104 202

 

203 213 211 188

AKAI

189

ARCAM

141 077

B & K

096 097

BOSE

070 170 224 347

 

409 460

BOSTON ACOUSTICS

447

CARVER

006 028 201 214

 

226 185 077 284

DENON

001 109 215 230

 

234 330

ELAN

290

ESCIENT

451

FISHER

214 066

HARMAN KARDON 233 077 154 118

 

318

HITACHI

020

INSIGNIA

589

INTEGRA

275 017 046 108

 

080 209

JAMO

398

JVC

163 191 114 279

 

291

KENWOOD

066 145 192 005

 

280 374

KLH

331

KOSS

573

LEXICON

120 235 236 237

 

357 360

LINN

124 377

MAGNAVOX

086 164 152 208

MARANTZ

006 028 031 040

 

063 185 186 265

 

289 492

MCINTOSH

238 286

MITSUBISHI

242 204

MYRYAD

077

NAD

186 113

NAKAMICHI

040 244 245 172

 

183 287

NEC

176

NIRO

343

NILES

403

ONKYO

275 017 046 108

 

080 209

OPTIMUS

041

PANASONIC

032 195 219 177

 

292

PARASOUND

129 130 132 261

 

294 295 333 334

PHILIPS

249 250 063 805

PIONEER

014 039 044 069

 

168 116 035 078

 

198 480

RCA

010 048 117 156

 

067 288

Brand

Code Numbers

REALISTIC

019 095

ROTEL

083 085

SAMSUNG

016 804

SANSUI

040 048 110 063

 

065 228

SANYO

214

SCOTT

019

SHARP

094 175

SHERWOOD

024 102 106 447

SONY

002 018 247 248

 

166 101 184 218

 

271

SOUNDESIGN

036

SUNFIRE

344 345 066

TEAC

005 019 049 040

 

212 217

TECHNICS

122 176 193 219

 

178 177 200 257

 

262

TOSHIBA

060 087 198 278

YAMAHA

253 169 067 173

 

205 264 232 089

 

274

ZENITH

143 210

SATELLITE Radios

 

DELPHI

515

POLKAUDIO

515

SIRIUS

555

XM SATELLITE RADIO

515

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AUX

Brand

Code Numbers

iPod Controls

 

 

 

APPLE / iPod

 

901 912

 

BOSE

 

909

 

GRIFFIN

 

471

 

KENSINGTON

 

906

 

TEN TECHNOLOGY

901

 

MEDIA PC Controls

 

 

DELL

 

001

 

GATEWAY

 

001

 

HP

 

001

 

KEYSPAN

 

797

 

SONY

 

001

 

TOSHIBA

 

001

 

WINBOOK

 

001

 

GAMING SYSTEM Controls

 

 

MICROSOFT / XBOX

908 607

 

SONY / PS2

 

914

 

LIGHTING Controls

 

 

LITE-TOUCH

 

708 757

 

LUTRON

 

658 659

 

X-10

 

683 594

 

XANTECH

 

688 689

 

DIGITAL TO ANALOG CONVERTER Controls

ARTEC

 

586

 

CASTI

 

587

 

CRAIG

 

588

 

GRIDLINK

 

592

 

INET ACCESS

 

589

 

INSIGNIA

 

567

 

LASONIC

 

592

 

MAGNAVOX

 

584

 

RCA

 

585

 

SANSONIC

 

592

 

TIVAX

 

589 590

 

ZENITH

 

567

 

ZINWELL

 

591 593

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

If the batteries run out, will I lose my settings?

No. The AVEX R6 stores all of your settings in nonvolatile FLASH memory. You could remove the batteries for months, replace them at your convenience, and the AVEX R6 would still remember your settings.

What is MacroPower?

MacroPower is a very useful way to make a lot of things happen with one button push. For example, in most home theaters, to watch television, the user must turn on the TV, then turn on the Cable Box or the Satellite Receiver, then turn on the Surround Sound system for sound. Instead of pressing all of those buttons one at a time, MacroPower enables you to turn on all of these components, in the sequence you want, with one button push. For more information on why and how you should program MacroPower commands, refer to page 17 in this Manual.

What if my remote control no longer works from a distance?

Replace the batteries with new Alkaline batteries.

Who can I contact for more answers?

The Universal Remote Control technical support and customer service staff are ready to answer any questions you might have.

E-Mail us at techsupport@universalremote.com Visit our website www.universalremote.com Call us at 1-800-901-0800

Monday - Friday, 9AM to 6PM (EST)

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Limited Warranty

UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL, INC. warrants this product against defects in material or workmanship for a period of one

(1) year and as set forth below. Universal Remote Control will, at its sole option, repair the product using new or comparable rebuilt parts, or exchange the product for a comparable new or rebuilt product.

This warranty does not apply to the following:

Units purchased from unauthorized resellers.

Units purchased second-hand (used).

Units installed or deployed for rental or commercial use.

Damage caused by misuse, neglect, or acts of nature.

Products that have been modified or incorporated into other products.

Products purchased more than 12 months ago.

Specifications

Learning Capability

IR frequencies (15kHz to 100kHz)

Macro Capability

6 Macros of up to 20 steps each

IR Range (Line of Sight via Infrared) 30--50 feet, depending on the environment

Weight

6.9 oz. (with batteries)

Size

2 1/8” x 1 1/8” x 8 3/4”

Batteries

Two AAA Alkaline batteries included

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Information To The User

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

Warning

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

Note : The manufacturer is not responsible for any Radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

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M E M O

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PLEASE DO NOT RETURN

THIS PRODUCT TO THE STORE

PLEASE CONTACT OUR TECHNICAL

SUPPORT CENTER

IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE, E-MAIL techsupport@UniversalRemote.com or dial 1-800-901-0800

(9:00AM-6:00PM EST)

500 Mamaroneck Avenue, Harrison, NY 10528 Phone: (914) 835-4484 Fax: (914) 835-4532

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