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The touch screen way
Marantz has added a latest marvel to its extensive range of communication devices. The light, sophisticated RC3200 incorporates a customizable illuminated touch screen panel with back lighting, advanced functionality and a trend setting ergonomic design. It utilizes a monochrome touch screen LCD with 4 gray levels and digital contrast control. The innovative RC3200 displays "virtual" buttons that reconfigure and rename themselves according the audio and video component selected. All of the controls, of any component, are available at the touch of Marantz unique tab-style navigation. It features a blue EL back lighting for the LCD and intuitive hard buttons (14 programmable), and displays a resolution of 160 x 100 pixels.
RC3200 Remote Control
Monochrome Touch Screen LCD 160 x 100 Pixel Resolution 4 Gray Scale Levels Digital Contrast Control Blue EL Backlighting for LCD and Hard Buttons Pre-Programmed Marantz IR Codes 3-Wire (RS232) Serial Port Connector Infrared Sending LED and Learning Eye Learning Frequency up to 56kHz and 455kHz 1 MB Non-Volatile Flash Memory Macro, Beep and Timer Function
UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL RC3200
Customize and create
The RC3200 is completely customizable and programmable. It is pre-programmed to control Marantz audio and video components and can operate different brands as well. With the Marantz Digital Learning capability featuring a learning frequency up to 56kHz the RC3200 can easily learn the codes from most non-Marantz component, including IR-controlled accessories such as a motorized projection screens and lighting. With 1 MB non-volatile flash memory available you can program an endless number of devices and tab lay-outs into the RC3200. An extensive selection of pre-designed button graphics enables you to choose the ideal customized interface layout. The RC3200 can record your favorite communication sequences as macros, to transmit a multitude of commands with the touch of one button.
LCD Screen mm (W x H) LCD Resolution Back Light Memory IR Operating Distance Carrier Frequency Learning Distance Battery Life Operating Temperature 43 x 67mm 160 x 100 Pixels Blue EL 1 MB 10 metres 56kHz, 455kHz 2.5cm upto 100cm 3-4 Months 5C - 45C
Color Accessories Dimensions mm (W x H x D) Weight (With Batteries) Weight (Without Batteries) Charcoal Grey/Silver RS232 Cable, 3 AA-Batteries 74mm x 177mm x 33mm 235g 165g
The future in mind
Personalized setup can be further customized via a PC interface and Windows PC programming software. With the RC3200 setup programming software you can layout your pages, create and label new buttons to completely personalize your remote control. The RC3200 is future proof and allows you to update the software. You can download the software from www.marantz.com via the RS232 3-wire serial port connector.
Learning sensor learns any nonMarantz commands The touchscreen Sending LED sends the invisible infrared commands to your components The two center hard buttons are labeled Back and FWD. These buttons enable you to quickly navigate the last six screens youve displayed
Programmable Touch Screen Learning Remote Control
With the introduction of the Marantz RC3200, Marantz adds a new dimension in the area of customizable, interactive devices. The intelligent RC3200 controls virtually all audio video devices through its Marantz Digital Learning capability. The ability to update your software via PC connectivity and large memory capacity make programming and learning a breeze. Housed in a trend setting, high-tech design, the light, ergonomic RC3200 provides effortless, intuitive control and navigation, for personalised home entertainment enjoyment.
The serial port enables you to program via a Windows PC
Home button takes you to the home menu of devices
The backlight button lights up the screen
Page up and page down buttons scroll between control pages of each device Press and hold the mode button to switch to programming modes
Hard buttons for volume, mute, channel, menu, enter, exit and 4 way navigator buttons will change their function depending on what device you are controlling
The future in your hand
All specifications, dimensions and weights are subject to change without notice. 2002 Marantz Europe B.V. 04/02 Marantz Europe B.V., P.O. Box 8744, 5605 LS Eindhoven, www.marantz.com
Marantz has added a latest marvel to its extensive range of communication devices. The light, sophisticated RC3200 incorporates a customisable illuminated touch screen panel with back lighting, advanced functionality and a trend setting ergonomic design. It utilises a monochrome touch screen LCD with 4 gray levels and digital contrast control. The innovative RC3200 displays "virtual" buttons that reconfigure and rename themselves according the audio and video component selected. All of the controls, of any component, are available at the touch of Marantz unique tab-style navigation. It features a blue EL back lighting for the LCD and intuitive hard buttons (14 programmable), and displays a resolution of 160 x 100 pixels.
Customise and create
The RC3200 is completely customisable and programmable. It is pre-programmed to control Marantz audio and video components and can operate different brands as well. With the Marantz Digital Learning capability featuring a learning frequency up to 56kHz the RC3200 can easily learn the codes from most non-Marantz component, including IR-controlled accessories such as a motorised projection screens and lighting. With 1 MB non-volatile flash memory available you can program an endless number of devices and tab lay-outs into the RC3200. An extensive selection of pre-designed button graphics enables you to choose the ideal customised interface layout. The RC3200 can record your favorite communication sequences as macros, to transmit a multitude of commands with the touch of one button.
Personalised setup can be further customised via a PC interface and Windows PC programming software. With the RC3200 setup programming software you can layout your pages, create and label new buttons to completely personalise your remote control. The RC3200 is future proof and allows you to update the software. You can download the software from www.marantz.com via the RS232 3-wire serial port connector.
With the introduction of the Marantz RC3200, Marantz adds a new dimension in the area of customizable, interactive devices. The intelligent RC3200 controls virtually all audio video devices through its Marantz Digital Learning capability. The ability to update your software via PC connectivity and large memory capacity make programming and learning a breeze. Housed in a trend setting, high-tech design, the light, ergonomic RC3200 provides effortless, intuitive control and navigation, for personalized home entertainment enjoyment.
All specifications, dimensions and weights are subject to change without notice. 2002 Marantz Europe B.V. 04/02 Distributed in Australia by QualiFi Pty Ltd (03) info@.marantz.com.au
User Guide To The RC3200 Touch Screen Remote Control
Automating Your Home Theater With Marantz
Automating Your Home Theater With The Marantz RC3200 RC3200 Remote Control User Guide The information in this manual is copyright-protected. No part of this manual may be copied or reproduced in any form without prior written consent from Marantz Europe B.V. MARANTZ EUROPE B.V. CORPORATION SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR OMISSIONS OR FOR TECHNICAL OR EDITORIAL ERRORS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL. MARANTZ EUROPE B.V. SHALL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE SUPPLYING OR USE OF THIS INFORMATION. MARANTZ EUROPE B.V. SHALL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE PERFORMANCE OR USE OF THE MATERIALS DESCRIBED IN THIS MANUAL. The information in this manual may be subject to change without prior notice. All other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies or organizations. FCC NOTICE: 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 rule. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in 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 not 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 or more of the following measures: s Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. s Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. s Connect the equipment into an outlet on a different circuit from the receiver. s Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
If serial or parallel ports are configured, a filtered/shielded serial or parallel cable is recommended to minimize EMI and ensure FCC class B compliance.
Table of Contents
Introduction.2 1. Installing the Batteries.3 Using Your RC3200. 1. Buttons and Features. 2. Details of the Touch Screen Display. 3. Controlling the LCD Display. Turning on the Display and the Backlight Changing the LCD Contrast. The Battery Status. 4. Operating Audio Video Devices. Using the Two Home Pages. Selecting a Device from a Home Page. Using the Soft Buttons. Using the Hard Buttons.126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206
Setting Up Your RC3200.10 1. The Mode Button and the Mode Menu.10 2. Adjusting the Settings.11 First Setup Page.11 Second Setup Page.13 Third Setup Page.14 To Exit Setup Mode.Learning From Other Remotes.15 The Learn Sequence.16 Tricks for Remote Controls that are Difficult.17 4. Macro Planning.18 Overview.18 Secrets of Great Macros.19 Time the Power On Delays.20 5. Recording Macros.21 Programming Via PC.24 Minimum System Requirements.25 Maintaining RC3200.26 Important Notices.26 Cleaning RC3200.26 FAQ.27 Troubleshooting.28 Specifications.30 Index.31
The RC3200 is an intelligent remote control designed to control virtually all audio video devices that understand infrared (IR)remote control signals. Its easy-to-use LCD touchscreen and its intuitive interface make it a perfect remote control for every user. The RC3200 is completely customizable and programmable. Although the RC3200 is pre-programmed for Marantz components, a collection of built-in pages with pre-arranged button art enables you to easily choose the perfect interface for any non-Marantz component. The RC3200 easily learns commands from your original remote control. See page 15 for more details. To tame complicated home theaters, the RC3200 will record your favorite sequences of commands as Macros, so that dozens of commands are initiated with the touch of one button. See page 18 for more details. With the RC3200 Setup Programming Software for PC you can layout your pages, create and label new buttons to completely personlize your RC3200. In the future, the software will enable you to update your RC3200. You can download the software from www.marantz.com. See page 24 for more details.
1. Installing the Batteries
Before you use the RC3200 (and whenever the batteries run out), you will have to install three fresh AA batteries (3 x 1.5V). You can utilize conventional disposable or rechargeable batteries. 1 Release the catch to the battery cover by pressing it down.
2 Remove the battery cover by pulling it away from the body of the remote control.
3 Place the batteries in the compartment.
4 Replace the battery cover, bottom first, pressing the top into place so that the catch snaps into place securely.
Using Your RC3200
1. Buttons and Features
Learning Sensor learns any non-Marantz commands. Sending LED sends the invisible Infrared commands to your components The Touchscreen The two center hard buttons are labeled Back and FWD. These buttons enable you to quickly navigate the last six screens youve displayed. Home Button takes you to the Home menu of devices
The Serial Port enables you to program vua a Windows PC. The Backlight button lights up the screen. Page Up and Page Down buttons scroll between control pages of each device. Press and Hold the Mode button to switch to progamming modes
Hard buttons for Volume, Mute, Channel, Menu, Enter, Exit and 4 way navigator buttons will change their function depending on what device you are controlling.
2. Details of the Touch Screen Display
When in normal operating mode, the top row displays day, date and time. The panel display indicates which of the control page you are viewing (in this case, the 1/4 means you are looking at the first of four page youll use to control the TV). The bottom row displays the labels for the four hard buttons below the screen. The name of the device you can control is always displayed in the center. In this case TV(US) indicates that a Marantz TV made for the American market can be controlled. The battery indicator changes to whtn the batteries need to be replaced. The Soft buttons you use to control your components.
Touch the Home button to operate another component. The RC3200 will immeadiatly display one of two Home pages listing all of the components in your system. Switch between the two pages using the page up and page down buttons on the side of the RC3200. When you see the name of the component you want to operate, press its button. The RC3200 will display the first page of several devoted to controling the device you selected.
3. Controlling the LCD Display
Turning on the Display and the Backlight
RC3200s display can be activated in two different ways: 1 Tap the touch screen gently with your finger or a blunt, soft object like a pencil eraser. OR 2 Press the Backlight button on the left side of the RC3200. If the LCD touch screen stays blank or becomes black when turning on the display, read the next section Changing the LCD Contrast to adjust the contrast of the LCD touch screen.
RC3200 has a timeout feature: the LCD touch screen and the backlight automatically turn off to save power. See Adjusting the Settings on p. 11 to adjust the timeout for the LCD and the backlight.
Changing the LCD Contrast
To adjust the LCD contrast on the touch screen: 1 Press and hold the Backlight button. 2 While still holding the Backlight button, press the Page Up button once to increase the LCD contrast one level. The LCD contrast is adjusted one level up. Or, press the Page Down button once to decrease the LCD contrast one level. The LCD contrast is adjusted one level down. 3 Release the Backlight button when the contrast is satisfactory. The LCD contrast can be adjusted 16 levels.
Note To adjust the contrast multiple levels, you have press the Page Up or Page Down button multiple times. When you press and hold the Page Up or Page Down button, the LCD contrast will only change one level.
The Battery Status
The battery icon indicates the status of your batteries. When the battery status is low, the Low Battery icon appears at the top of the touch screen. You can still operate your devices, but you cannot adjust the settings, learn commands or record macros anymore. When you try to perform these actions, a message screen appears.
Replace the batteries to make the RC3200 fully functional again. See The Batteries on p. 3 to replace the batteries.
Operating Audio Video Devices
To operate your home theater components via your RC3200 you have to switch to the Home Page. This screen displays the available devices like TV, VCR, DVD, PreAmp and so on.
Using the Two Home Pages
Press the far right Hard button directly beneath the screen (its labeled Home directly above the button). The first of two home pages appears, showing some of the available devices in the RC3200. Use the Page Up and the Page Down hard buttons on the left side of the body of the remote control to switch between the two home panels.
Macro mode For recording macros. You can assign multiple commands to one single button. See Recording Macros on p. 18 for more details.
Note Learning commands and recording macros is not possible from either of the Home pages. You must select a device or the Macro group first, then press and hold the Mode button.
1 On one of the Home pages, tap the soft button of the device you want to customize. The first page of the selected device appears. 2 Press and hold the Mode button for 3 seconds (this prevents accidental reprogramming). The Mode Menu appears. 3 Select the desired mode from the Mode Menu.
The Mode Menu User Guide
2. Adjusting the Settings
The RC3200 settings can be adjusted in the Setup mode. 1 Press and hold the Mode button for 3 seconds. The Mode screen appears. 2 Tap Setup in the Mode screen. The first Setup page appears. The RC3200 settings consist of 3 setup pages with several settings per page. Use the Page Up and Page Down buttons to navigate to the appropriate setup page.
First Setup Page
On the first setup page you can adjust: the LCD timeout; the backlight timeout; the beep volume. Adjust the LCD Timeout The LCD timeout indicates how long the LCD touch screen stays active before it turns off. The LCD will only time out when you dont touch any buttons. You can set the timeout between 1 second and 120 seconds. Press + to increase or - to decrease the time the LCD stays active. Tap + or - once to adjust the timeout 1 second up or down. Press and hold + or - to adjust the timeout per 10 seconds up or down.
Adjust the Backlight Timeout The backlight setting indicates how long the backlight of the LCD touch screen and the buttons stays active. The backlight timeout can be set between 1 second and 120 seconds.
Note The backlight cannot stay active longer than the LCD. If you increase the backlight timeout, the LCD timeout will automatically increase as well.
Press + to increase or - to decrease the time the backlight stays active. Tap + or - once to adjust the timeout 1 second up or down. Press and hold + or - to adjust the timeout per 10 seconds up or down.
Note When the settings for the LCD timeout and the backlight timeout are high, the battery lifetime may be reduced.
Change the Beep volume The beep volume setting adjusts or turns off the volume of all button and system beeps on the RC3200. The beep volume levels are mute, soft, medium and loud. Press + to increase or - to decrease the beep volume.
Second Setup Page
On the second setup page you can adjust: the date the time Adjust the Date You can set the year, the month and the day in the date settings. Press + to increase or - to decrease the value for the year, month and day. Tap + or - once to adjust the year, month and day one value up or down. Press and hold + or - to adjust the values for the year and the month more rapidly. The value for the day settings will change per 5 days. The RC3200 will immediately reflect the date change at the top of the screen. Adjust the Time Tap + or - once to adjust the time 1 minute up or down. Press and hold + or - to adjust the time more rapidly. The time will increase or decrease per 30 minutes. The RC3200 will immediately reflect the time change at the top of the screen.
Third Setup Page
RC3200 Information This page contains information that may be important to the dealer in case of a defect. The following information is displayed on this screen: Free memory (in percentage), which gives you an indication on how much memory is left to (further) customize the RC3200; Boot version; Application version; Configuration file; The Revert button. The Revert Button
Warning When you revert the RC3200, all customization is lost permanently. You loose all RC3200 settings, learned codes and recorded macros.
By tapping the Revert button the RC3200 will be reverted to the default configuration. Reverting to the original configuration restores the RC3200 to its initial state. You might have to revert when you notice that scrolling through pages is slowing down. This might be the case when you have added a lot of commands to the RC3200. 1 Tap the Revert button. A message screen appears to confirm or cancel the revert process. 2 Press OK or Cancel.
To Exit Setup Mode
1 Press the Mode button. The Mode screen appears. 2 Tap the mode button you want to go to. RC3200 switches to this mode. See also Working with Modes on p. 10.
3 Learning From Other Remotes
Overview of Learning If you own any non-Marantz components, you can program RC3200 to reproduce IR signals from your existing remote controls via RC3200s learning eye. To do this, place RC3200 and the devices remote control on a flat surface, 1 to 4 inches (2 to 10 cm) apart.
1 to 4 inches (2 to 10 cm)
To learn commands from other remote controls, RC3200 has to be in Learn mode. Switching to Learn mode is only possible from a specific device, not from the Home Pages. See The Mode Button and the Mode Menu on p. 10. Per device you can learn all soft and hard buttons on the RC3200, except for: the Backlight button; the Back and FWD buttons; the Page Up and Page Down buttons; the Mode button; the S (Status) button; the Home button.
The Learn Sequence
1 From the Home page, select the device, e.g. TV, with the buttons you want to teach new commands to. The device screen appears. 2 Press and hold the Mode button for 3 seconds. The Mode Menu appears. 3 Tap Learn on the Mode Menu. RC3200 is now in Learn Mode. Learn and the label of the selected device appear at the top of the touch screen.
4 Use, if necessary, the Page Up or Page Down button to go to the next button you want to learn. 5 Press the soft or hard button you want to learn on the RC3200. The Learn label changes to Learning, which means RC3200 is ready to receive commands froman existing remote control. The RC3200 will wait for 3 seconds to receive an IR code from another remote control.
Note When a hard button is pressed to learn, there is no on screen feedback to indicate which button is pressed.
6 Press and hold the button on the existing remote control you want to learn to the RC3200. When the RC3200 receives an IR code: You hear a confirmation beep; The label changes from Learning to OK. The Learn sequence has been successful. When the RC3200 does not receive an IR code in 3 seconds: You will hear an error beep; The label changes from Learning to Failed. The Learn sequence has failed. RC3200 will return to Learn mode. Return to step 5 of the Learn sequence to relearn the button.
Tip You do not have to wait for the OK or Failed to disappear. If you press another button (soft or hard button), the RC3200 Learn sequence immediately goes back to step 5.
7 Go to other pages of the selected device with the Page Up and Page Down buttons. Repeat steps 6 and 7 until you have copied all the commands of the existing remote control. 8 Press Done when you have finished learning commands to the buttons of your choice. RC3200 returns to Use Mode. You can try out the new IR codes or select another device to learn.
Tricks for Remote Controls that are Difficult
Replace the batteries in your original remote control. Poor battery charge in the original remote will still operate original component from long range, but will corrupt carrier frequency learning. Change distance. Try increasing distance up to 4 feet. Start in the normal 1 to 4, then double the distance to 8 and so on. Use a short Tap instead of a press and hold. A press and hold is only really necessary when you are learning a button that in actual operation you would sometimes press and hold (e.g. volume up and down, fast forward scan). If your system is large and you are concerned about memory, try teaching most commands as taps rather than extended press and holds. The Flicker technique rapidly tap the button while learning (7x per second or faster). This is very useful for difficult volume up and volume down commands from some manufacturers. The Swoop- Start from 2 away and swoop the remote towards the learning remote. Use in absolute desperation, out of sight from anyone who might see you. Reportedly works occasionally. The Flasher Hold an opaque object in front of the remote and remove it then quickly replace it. This is especially useful when you want to capture one part of a macro from another remote.
4. Macro Planning
A macro allows you to send a sequence of commands using one single button. You can for instance, switch on your TV, select the external input, switch on your surround receiver, select the DVD input, switch on your DVD player and begin play. All this can be done be pressing a single Watch DVD button on your RC3200. Basically, you can assign any button as a macro button. However, it is recommended that you use the reserved macro buttons in the Macro Group since they are conveniently labeled with popular Macro titles. However, any button (except those on the Home pages) can be reprogrammed to be a Macro.
Making Reliable Macros
If your entire system is new to you, practice using the RC3200 manually for a few days before programming any macros. Youll find that your home theater requires many operations that require multiple steps to do. You have to decide whether to use a Macro or simply teach everyone how to do the procedure manually. Some macros will behave very inconsistently and are extremely frustrating to casual users. An example is turning on a non-Marantz home theater system. Marantz builds components that are macro-friendly. Instead of a single power button, the remote controls have a discrete On and a discrete Off button. With a Marantz system, you can record a Macro that is very reliable from a series of On commands. However, many other brands turn on and off with a single Power button. The RC3200 cannot look at your components to see if they are on or off. So, if you recorded a macro intended to power up a non-Marantz component with a toggle power command, it wouldnt be very reliable. Heres an example: Your spouse goes out to the local video store and rents a videotape. When he/she gets home, they pop the tape in the VCR (most VCRs automatically turn on when a tape is inserted). Your spouse touches the macro button you programmed to power up the sysUser Guide
5. Recording Macros
Remember, you can assign any button as a macro button. However, it is recommended that you use the reserved macro buttons in the Macro Group since they are conveniently labeled with popular Macro titles. However, any button (except those on the Home pages) can be reprogrammed to be a Macro. 1 Navigate to the second Home page by pressing the Home button, then using either the Page Up or the Page Down buttons.
Tap the Macro button on the second home page to navigate to the Macro group of pages.
2 Select the Macro group of pages by tapping the Macro button.
The buttons on the Macro pages have popular labels preprogrammed for you. Use the page up and page down buttons to scroll through both of the Macro pages to see all of the available Macro buttons.
3 Press and hold the Mode button for 3 seconds. The Mode Menu appears. 4 Tap Macro on the Mode Menu. A message screen appears instructing you to select the button that will trigger the macro. RC3200 is now in Macro Mode. 5 Tap Next. The Macro pages reappear so that you can pick the button that you want to issue a macro.
6 Tap the soft or hard button you want to select as a macro. A message screen appears instructing you that the RC3200 is now recording the buttons you press as macro steps. 7 Tap Start. The Home Pages appears with the Recording label at the top of the screen. The buttons you tap on this screen will not be recorded. From the Home Pages you can go to the different devices or you can press the Extra hard button to go to the Extra screen with delays and beeps. 8 Tap the button of the device you want to go to. The device screen appears. 9 Tap the soft or hard buttons with the commands you want to record. 10 Press the Page Up and Page Down buttons to go to different screens of the same device. -orPress the Home button to go to the Home Pages again. 11 To add delays and beeps to the macro, press the Extra hard button on the Home Pages. The Extra screen appears. Delays Use delays to compensate for the dead time when a component first powers up and will not respond to another IR command. Additionally, short.5 second delays make channel macros more reliable. Use beeps to signal that the macro is finished.
To add a delay or a beep, tap the corresponding button.
By tapping several Delay buttons, the duration of the delay will be increased.
Use a soft, damp cloth to clean RC3200. If the LCD touch screen of RC3200 is spoiled, clean it with a soft cloth moistened with a diluted window-cleaning solution. Do not use a corrosive detergent or an abrasive sponge. Avoid the use of abundant water.
How do I reset the RC3200? Under normal circumstances, you will never have to reset the RC3200. However, on rare occasions, if the RC3200s touch screen freezes or if you notice unusual behavior, you need to perform a reset to get the RC3200 running again. All customized commands and devices are retained. 1 Slide the battery cover off the back of the RC3200. You will see the Reset button in the battery compartment.
2 Use an unfolded paperclip or a sharp pencil to carefully press the Reset button. The RC3200 restarts and an Introduction screen appears. The RC3200 beeps twice to indicate it is ready for use. How do I revert to the original configuration? Reverting to the original configuration restores the RC3200s devices and commands to its state when you purchased it. This means that all programming is lost permanently. Normally, you never have to revert the RC3200. See Revert on p. 14. 1 Press and hold the Mode button for 3 seconds. The Mode Menu appears. 2 Tap the Setup button. 3 Scroll to the third setup page. 4 Tap the Revert button. A message screen appears to confirm or cancel the revert process. 5 Press OK or Cancel. Do I have to calibrate the touch screen? The RC3200s touch screen is calibrated when it leaves the factory. You only have to re-calibrate when the software is upgraded.
The display stays blank or becomes black Make sure the batteries are properly installed. See The Batteries on page 3. Press the Backlight button to make sure RC3200 and the backlight are turned on. See Turning on the Display and the Backlight on p. 6. Adjust the contrast using the Backlight button and the Page Up or Page Down buttons on the left side of RC3200. See Changing the LCD Contrast on p. 7. The display is too light or too dark Adjust the contrast using the Backlight button and the Page Up or Page Down buttons on the left side of RC3200. See Changing the LCD Contrast on p. 7. RC3200 shuts off automatically This is a timeout feature of the RC3200 to save power. You can change the time RC3200 stays on in the Settings. See Adjust the LCD Timeout on p. 12. Devices do not respond to commands from RC3200 Make sure RC3200 is in Use mode. See Working with Modes on p. 10. Make sure RC3200s sending LED is pointed towards the device youre operating. Check if the battery level is low. If so, replace the batteries. See The Batteries on page 3. Check that you have correctly learned the IR commands. See Tricks for Remote Controls that are Difficult on p. 17 If the button is programmed with a macro, and all other buttons are working correctly, reprogram the macro. See Recording Macros on p. 21. RC3200 does not learn commands from an existing remote control. Do not learn commands directly under fluorescent lights. Do not learn commands on a reflecting table surface. Check if the battery level is low. If so, replace the batteries. See Tricks for Remote Controls that are Difficult on p. 18. After exhausting all previous suggestions, still cannot learn one more IR command. Check if there is sufficient memory to learn commands (more than 1% free memory). If not, revert the RC3200. See RC3200 Information and Revert on p. 14.
RC3200 is not recognized by the RC3200 Setup Programming Software software Make sure the serial cable is properly connected. See RC3200 Setup Programming Software on p. 24. Disconnect other equipment connected to the serial ports, e.g. PDAs. Plug the serial cable in another serial port. Try to connect multiple times.
Buttons are not sending the correct commands Check whether the button of the device is learned properly. See Learning Commands on p. 15. Check whether the macro is recorded properly. See Recording Macros on p. 21. RC3200 will not switch modes Replace the batteries. When the batteries are low RC3200 prevents you from switching to customizing modes so that no customization can get lost. RC3200 is low on memory Revert the RC3200. See Revert on p. 14. The configuration file is corrupted When this unlikely event occurs, you have to revert to the originalconfiguration or use RC3200 Setup Programming Software to download a new configuration file. All your customized commands and devices will be lost and you will have to reprogram your RC3200. If you use RC3200 Setup Programming Software, it is advised to make backup copies of your customized configurations. See Revert on p. 14 and RC3200 Setup Programming Software on p. 24. RC3200 error message If the error message Invalid CF version or corrupt Flash! occurs: Use the Reset button on the back of the RC3200. See How do I reset the RC3200? on p. 27. Try to recover the RC3200 Configuration File (NCF) by downloading a backup copy or the default file from RC3200 Setup Programming Software. See RC3200 Setup Programming Software on p. 24. Go to the Marantz website http://www.marantz.com for more information.
The specifications and design of this product are subject to change without notice. Display Monochrome touch screen LCD with 4 gray levels and digital contrast control. Resolution: 160 x 100 pixels Blue EL backlighting for LCD and hard buttons 3-wire (RS232) serial port connector Marantz Digital Learning to operate different brands Built-in Marantz IR codes Total number of devices limited only by memory Infrared sending LED and learning eye Operating distance of 33 feet (10 meters) Learning frequency up to 56 kHz and 455 kHz Learning distance 1 inch (2 cm) up to 4 inch (10 cm) 1 MB non-volatile flash memory 3 AA-batteries (3 x 1,5V): disponsable or rechargeable Power on by tapping the LCD touch screen or by pressing the Backlight button Power off automatically Dimensions Operating temperature Accessories 7.8 inch x 3 inch x 1.3 inch (177mm x 74mm x 33mm) 41F to 113F (5C to 45C) RS232 cable for PC connection 3 AA-batteries
Ahead 4 Anchor macro technique 19 Application version 14 Adjusting Backlight timeout 12 Beep volume 13 Date 13 LCD Contrast 7 LCD Timeout 12 Settings 11 time 13
Date 13 Delays 22 Device name 5 Difficult remote control tricks 17 Discrete Codes 18 DVD Movie Macro 20 DVD Off Macro 19 DVD On Macro 19
Flasher technique 17 Flicker technique 17 Function button 9
Back 4 Back and Ahead buttons: 9 Backlight 6 adjusting 12 Switching off 6 Switching on 6 Backlight button 4, 6, 10 Batteries 3 Battery cover 3 Battery indicator 5, 8 Battery Status 8 beep 12 adjusting 12 two beeps 3 Boot version 14 Buttons that can't learn 1
Hard buttons 4, 9 Home Button 4, 5, 8, 9 Home Menu 5, 8 Home Pages 8
LCD 30 LCD Contrast 7 LCD timeout 6, 11 Learn mode 10, 15 Learning 15 buttons that can't learn 15 Learn Sequence 16 learning distance 15 learning tricks 17 Learning Sensor 4
changing batteries 3 Cleaning RCCloning 16 Computer Programming 24 Connecting to PC 24 Configuration file 14 Contrast 7
Macro mode 10 Macro Planning 18 Macros 21
beeps in 22 delays in 22 Maintaining 26 Menu buttons 9 Mode button 4, 9, 10 Mode Menu 10 Modes 10 Learn 10 Macro 10 Setup 10 Use 10 Date 13 LCD Timeout 11 Revert 14 Time 13 Setup mode 10 Exit Setup 14 Soft buttons 5, 9 Software 24 Specifications 30 Status button 9 Swoop technique 17
Page Down 4 Page Up 4 Page Number 4 PC Programming 24 PC System Requirements 25 Power On Delays 20
Tap technique 17 Teaching 16 Time 13 timeout 6 Toggle codes 18 Touchscreen 4 Tricks for Learning 17 TV Input Macro 20
RC3200 Setup 24 Recording Macros 21 Reset 27 Revert 27 RS232 Programming 24
Use mode 10
Sending LED 4 Sequences 18 Serial Cable 24 Serial Port 4 Service and Support 31 Settings 11 Backlight Timeout 12 Beep volume 12
Service and Support
For service and support, please contact your dealer, nearest Marantz distributor or Marantz service center in your country. When you contact Marantz customer service, you will be asked for the technical information listed on the Info panel. To view this information, follow these steps. 1 In Use mode, press and hold the Mode button. 2 Touch the Setup button on the Mode Menu. 3 Navigate to the third setup page using the page up and page down buttons on the side of the body of the remote. Updates and New Products For news about updates and new products, please visit us on the World Wide Web at: http://www.marantz.com
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