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emmanuelOOo 9:17pm on Saturday, August 14th, 2010 
Most incredible device this 43 year old will probably ever own! My title says it all, however. Good Arrived just as described. I rated the ease of use very low because I cannot figure out how to work the wi-fi.
jam_oo 9:26am on Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 
I have owned this iPod for over a month from ...  Good touch screen S p e a k er I have owned this iPod for over a month from an eBay purchase, and it is the best iPod i have ever owned.
wuddie 12:08pm on Tuesday, June 29th, 2010 
Alot of storage space and easy to use. Lots of Storage, Reliable Performance, Sleek/Compact, Easy To Set Up, Great Sound, Simple Controls
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my idea of the ipod touch i am going to tell u this loud and clear the ipod touch is 200 dollars but its totally worth for anyone any age it has anyth...
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I an new to all of this but I like the different ways it has helped me in a pinch when I would have had to wait to get to work or home to use my compu... Wonderful product. Easy To Set Up, Reliable Performance, Simple Controls, Lots of Storage, Sleek/Compact

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switches your device off (and on, if this is the case on your original remote) confirms selections in the menu is used to activate the theatre function changes to next channel changes to previous channel switches between one and two-digit channel selection and display Back-lighting switches the keypad back-lighting on and off; it stays on for four seconds after the last key press.
2. INSTALLATION The SBC RU880 is ready to operate most Philips TVs, VCRs, satellite tuners, DVDplayers, CD-players, tuners, amplifiers and Power Control Systems. For other brands of equipment, it first needs to be set up. This only takes a couple of seconds, thanks to Philips' Simple System Set-up!! 2.1 SETTING UP THE SBC RU880 FOR YOUR AUDIO/VIDEO EQUIPMENT Before you start, make sure the SBC RU880 is in the right mode (TV, VCR, SAT, DVD, CD, AUDIO 1 or AUDIO 2) on the LCD display for setting it up. Also, make sure the equipment is switched on, and that you are sitting right in front of it. If you know the brand name of your equipment (your TV for example) look at the code list at the back of this book to find the first 3-digit code for your TV. Then: 1 Press and hold the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SETUP. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays ENTER CODE. The SBC RU880 is now in set-up mode. 4 Press OK. The SBC RU880 is now in programming mode and the LCD displays the selected equipment (your TV in this case). 5 Press OK. 6 Enter the 3-digit code using the keypad. If the code is correct, the display indicates OK for one second and returns to normal operation. That's it! Press a few keys on the SBC RU880 to check that the equipment (your TV in this case) responds correctly. If it doesn't, or if not all keys respond correctly, repeat the procedure again using the next code in the list. If none of the codes work properly, follow the instructions in the next section. Tip: Make a note of the code inside the battery case and in the back of this booklet in case you ever need to set up again. 2.2 HANDS-FREE AUTOSEARCH If you don't know the brand of your equipment or if you can not find it in the codelist, set-up still won't take long. Philips' patented Hands-free Autosearch tests all the codes one after another and finds the right one for you! The search time averages about 90 seconds. (Maximum search time is 5 minutes for TV; 2 minutes for VCR; 4 minutes for SAT, 1 minute for CD and 1 minute for Tuners/Amplifiers.) Before starting the Hands-free Autosearch make sure that the equipment (e.g. TV, VCR) is switched on. If it's a VCR, insert a tape and start play. Once the correct code has been found the equipment switches off, or the VCR stops playing. 2.2.1 To start Hands-free Autosearch 1 Press and hold the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SETUP. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays ENTER CODE. The SBC RU880 is now in set-up mode. 4 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays AUTOSEARCH. 5 Press OK. The SBC RU880 is now in programming mode and the LCD displays the selected equipment. 6 Press B to start the search. Each time a code is transmitted, the code is displayed on the LCD. There is a 1.5 second period between each transmission. When the right code is found, the equipment switches off (if its a VCR, it stops playing). Immediately press B to stop the search. The LCD displays the selected equipment and its code. If you missed the correct code because the search went too far, switch the equipment back on, then press (P-) to send the previous code again. Keep pressing (P-) down repeatedly until the equipment switches off again. 7 Once you've found the correct code, press OK to lock the code in the SBC RU880s memory. The SBC RU880 goes back to normal operation. That's it! Now, switch the equipment on again manually, then press a few keys on the SBC RU880 to check that your equipment responds correctly. If it doesn't, try again from step 1 to find a better code. When the SBC RU880 has searched all codes, the LCD will display END for a few seconds before returning to normal operation. 6

If none of the codes works or if you are still missing certain functions of your original remote control, try our solution in chapter 2.4.1 To copy codes from your original remote control, or call our free-phone help-line. 2.3 NOTE THAT CODE! Make a note of the correct code inside the battery case and in the back of this booklet; it will save you time if you ever need to set up again. If you have forgotten to note the code you can still 'read out' the code from the SBC RU880. Here's how: 1 Press and hold the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SETUP. The SBC RU880 is now in set-up mode. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays ENTER CODE. 4 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays CODE NO. 5 Press OK. The LCD displays the selected equipment with its code. 6 By pressing the mode keys you can read out the programmed codes. 7 Press the SMART key to return the SBC RU880 to normal mode. 2.4 COPY CODES FROM YOUR ORIGINAL REMOTE CONTROL If your equipment is not included in the code list, or if specific codes on your remote control are missing, the SBC RU880 has the solution. It can copy and replicate up to 200 codes from your original remote control. Here's how. Place your original remote control facing the infra-red sensor window of the SBC RU880. Place both remote controls on a flat surface, 3-8 centimetres apart. Make sure that both remote controls have new batteries.
2.4.1 To copy codes from your original remote control 1 Press and hold the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SETUP. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays ENTER CODE. The SBC RU880 is now in set-up mode. 4 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays LEARN. 5 Press OK. The SBC RU880 is now in learning mode and the LCD displays the selected equipment. 6 Press OK. The LCD displays PRESS KEY. 7 Press a key on the SBC RU880 that you want to use as the function key. The LCD displays PRESS ORIG indicating that the SBC RU 880 is ready to receive a signal. 8 Press and hold the function key on the original remote control that you want to copy to the SBC RU880, until the SBC RU880s LCD displays OK for a second. The LCD displays PRESS KEY. 9 Release the key. The function for the selected key has now been copied. That's it! You've now copied a function from your original remote control to one of the SBC RU880 keys. If you want to copy more functions from your original remote control, start again from step 7. 0 Return to normal mode by pressing the SMART key. Tips: Choose keys that correspond with the keys on your original remote control, so that you can remember them easily. Note: If the LCD displays MEM FULL you have reached the maximum of keys you can copy. Please delete some keys and copy only the important keys. 7

The LCD displays PRESS ORIG, indicating that the SBC RU880 is ready to receive a signal.
2.4.2 If the SBC RU880 displays ERROR If the SBC RU880 displays ERROR for a second, followed by PRESS ORIG, the SBC RU880 did not receive the signal correctly. Then you should: vary the distance slightly between both remote controls and try again from step 7 (try this several times). This time you should press and immediately release the function key on your original remote control. The LCD should display OK, indicating that the RU 880 received the signal. make sure that both remote controls have new batteries. try to copy your codes under different lighting conditions. Light from TLtubes may influence the signal you are copying. The SBC RU880 is designed and tested extensively and is ready to copy almost all infra-red remote control signals. In some rare instances manufacturers use infra-red signals that cannot be copied to any remote control. You should of course always try the Hands-free Autosearch to see if such a code is included in our pre-programmed library. 2.4.3 If you run out of keys on the SBC RU880 If you run out of keys on the SBC RU880 or if you want to copy less important functions you can do so under the SBC RU880s shift key. Here's how: 1 Make sure the SBC RU880 is in the right mode for the equipment you're setting up, and position both remote controls as indicated above. Then: 2 Refer to section 2.4.1. To copy codes from your original remote control and repeat the first six steps. Then: 3 Press and hold (S) and then press the key you have selected to activate the desired function from your original remote control. The LCD displays PRESS ORIG. 4 Release both keys. 5 Now repeat steps 8 and 9 from the same section. Thats it! The function for your selected key has now been copied. NOTE: If you copy a function under a specific key on the SBC RU880, the previous signal will be erased. 2.5 SETTING UP AN EXTRA DEVICE ON THE SBC RU880 The SBC RU880 has eight operating modes for operating eight different devices. It can also be programmed for any combination of devices contained in its library. The following is an example. Other combinations are also possible. The HOME mode on the SBC RU880 is factory pre-set to control the Philips Power Control System (see 5. Setting up the SBC RU880 for your Philips Power Control System), but you can change it to control, for example, a second TV. Before you start, make sure the SBC RU880 is in the HOME mode. Also, make sure the equipment is switched on, and that youre sitting right in front of it. 2.5.1 If you know the brand name If you know the brand name of your second TV look at the code list at the back of this book to find the first 3-digit code for this TV. Then: 1 Press and hold the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SETUP. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays ENTER CODE. The SBC RU880 is now in set-up mode. 4 Press OK. The SBC RU880 is now in programming mode and the LCD displays the selected equipment. 5 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays TV. 6 Press OK. 7 Enter the 3-digit code using the keypad. If the code is correct, the display indicates OK for one second and returns to normal operation. The LCD then displays TV2. When you press the TV MODE key the LCD displays TV1. That's it! Now press a few keys on the SBC RU880 to check that the equipment responds correctly. If it doesn't, try again from step 1 using the next code in the list. If none of the codes work properly, follow the instructions in the next section. Tip: Make a note of the code inside the battery case and in the back of this booklet in case you ever need to set up again. 8

2.5.2 If you don't know the brand name If you don't know the brand name of your equipment or if you cannot find it in the code list, set-up still won't take long. Philips' patented Hands-free Autosearch tests all the codes one after another and finds the right one for you! Make sure the TV is switched on. You will know the correct code has been found when the equipment switches off. Then: 1 Press the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SETUP. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays ENTER CODE. The SBC RU880 is now in set-up mode. 4 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays AUTOSEARCH. 5 Press OK. The SBC RU880 is now in programming mode and the LCD displays the selected equipment. 6 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays TV. 7 Press B to start the search. Each time a code is transmitted it is displayed on the LCD. There is a 1.5 second period between each transmission. When the right code is found, the TV switches off. 8 Immediately press B to stop the search. The LCD displays the selected equipment and its code. If you missed the correct code because the search went too far, switch the TV back on, then press (P-) to send the previous code again. Keep pressing (P-) down repeatedly until the equipment switches off again 9 When you've found the correct code, press OK to lock the code in the SBC RU880s memory. The LCD will then display TV2. When you press the TV mode key the LCD will display TV1. That's it! Now switch the second TV on again manually, then press a few keys on the SBC RU880 to check that the TV responds correctly. If it doesn't, try again from step 1 to find a better code. NOTE: When the SBC RU880 has searched all codes, the LCD displays END for a few seconds before returning to normal operation. 2.6 TO CONTROL THE SECOND TV'S VOLUME If you have installed a second TV under the HOME mode, you can also control that TV's volume when you are in VCR mode. To do this: 1 Press and hold the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SPECIAL. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays THEATRE. 4 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays COPY VOL. 5 Press OK. The SBC RU880 is now ready to change the volume, and the LCD displays FROM. 6 Press the mode you want to copy the volume from (in this case HOME). TO appears on the LCD. 7 Press the mode you want to copy to (in this case VCR). The SBC RU880 goes back to normal mode. NOTE: The SBC RU880 does not react to keys other than the keys described above. To go back to normal mode press the SMART key. 2.7 RESTORING DEFAULT KEY SETTINGS 2.7.1 If you want to restore the original function of a specific key 1 Press and hold the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SPECIAL. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays THEATRE. 4 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays RESET. 5 Press OK. The SBC RU880 is now in reset mode and the LCD displays RESET KEY. 6 Press OK. The LCD displays PRESS KEY. 7 Press the key that you want to restore. The LCD displays OK for a second and then returns to normal operation. That's it! The key now operates under its original function. 9

2.7.2 If you want to restore all keys in a certain device 1 Press and hold the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SPECIAL. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays THEATRE. 4 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays RESET. 5 Press OK. The SBC RU880 is now in reset mode and the LCD displays RESET KEY. 6 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays RESET MODE. 7 Press OK. The LCD displays PRESS MODE. 8 Press the device key that you want to restore. The LCD displays OK for a second and then returns to normal operation. That's it! You have now restored all keys in this mode to their original functions. 2.7.3. If you want to reset the RU880 completely NOTE: All programming will be erased, you the RU880 will return to its default set-up. 1 Press and hold the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SPECIAL. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays THEATRE. 4 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays RESET. 5 Press OK. The SBC RU880 is now in reset mode and the LCD displays RESET KEY. 6 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays RESET ALL. 7 Press OK. The LCD displays RESET. 8 Press OK to completely reset the RU880. The LCD displays OK for a second and then returns to normal operation. 3. KEYS AND MACROS 3.1 COPYING THE FUNCTIONS OF KEYS 1 Press and hold the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SPECIAL. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays THEATRE. 4 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays COPY KEY. 5 Press OK. The SBC RU880 is now ready to move keys and the LCD displays FROM. 6 Press the device key of the device you want to copy from, followed by the key you want to copy from. The LCD displays TO. 7 Press the device key of the device you want to copy to, followed by the key you want to copy to. After you've pressed this key, the LCD displays OK for a second and the SBC RU880 goes back to normal operation. 3.2 PROGRAMMING MACRO'S A macro is a short-cut to performing a series of functions. To programme a macro: 1 Press the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SPECIAL. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays THEATRE. 4 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays KEY MACRO. 5 Press OK. The LCD displays SELECT KEY. You can now define the key that you want to transmit the macro. 6 Press the defined key. The LCD displays ENTER KEYS. You can now enter all the keys (up to 10) that you want the SBC RU880 to transmit. 10
NOTES: Press the keys in the sequence that you want your equipment to respond. The THEATRE key, SMART key and back-lighting key cannot be programmed as macro keys. 4. EXTRA FUNCTIONS 4.1 TIMER The SBC RU880 has a built-in timer that can be used to organise time blocks to switch on or off your TV or to set up your VCR for recording. This timer can also be used to operate a Philips Power Control system. If you want to set up the timer for example to record your favourite programme every Monday at 7.p.m., just: 1 Press the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. 2 Press OK. The LCD displays ADD TIMER, and the SBC RU880 is now in timer set-up mode. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays ONCE. 4 Press Cursor up or Cursor down to choose between ONCE, DAILY and WEEKLY (Select WEEKLY in this case). 5 Press OK. The LCD displays START :. 6 Key in the time using four digits (choose 19:00 in this case). Press Cursor left or Cursor right to go back and forth to correct. 7 Press OK. If you have chosen Once or Weekly, the LCD displays MON. 8 Press Cursor up or Cursor down to choose one of the week-days (Monday in this case). 9 Press OK. The LCD displays ENTER KEYS. You can now enter the sequence of keys you want to transmit at a certain point in time e.g. VCR, B, Digit (2), REC. 0 Press the SMART key to indicate the end of this macro. The LCD displays OK for a second and then returns to normal operation. The timer symbol should light up. Thats it! You have now programmed your VCR to record your favourite Channel 2 programme at 7.p.m. every Monday night. NOTES: If you have chosen the AM/PM clock, the LCD displays PM. Press Cursor up or Cursor down to choose between AM and PM. Press the SMART key to leave this mode and go back to normal mode. As soon as the last timer-block is transmitted, the timer-symbol should go off. Total number of timers and macro's should not exceed 8. Maximum number of keys per macro should be 10. 4.2 DELETE TIMER To delete the timer function: 1 Press the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. 2 Press OK. The LCD displays ADD TIMER and the SBC RU880 is now in timer set-up mode. 3 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays DEL TIMER. 4 Press OK. The LCD displays (DAY) (Once/Weekly) (TIME) or (DAILY) (TIME). (This means day and time of the first programmed timer-block). 5 Press Cursor up or Cursor down to select between the several programmed timer-blocks. The day and time of those timer-blocks will then be displayed. 6 Press OK to delete the chosen timer-block. The SBC RU880 returns to normal operating mode. NOTE: When the last programmed timer-block is deleted the timer-symbol goes off.

7 Press the SMART key to indicate the end of the string. The LCD displays OK for a second and then returns to normal operation.
4.3 SLEEP-TIMER Some televisions and satellite boxes have a sleep-timer function built-in. This enables these devices to be programmed for switching off at a pre-set time. You can check whether your equipment (TV, VCR etc.) has a built-in sleep-timer by aiming the SBC RU880 at it and pressing and holding the Shift key and B key. If theres a sleep-timer function built in, the equipment will respond. If the selected equipment does not have a sleep-timer function built in, the SBC RU880's internal sleep-timer can be activated. Here's how: 1 Press and hold the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SPECIAL. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays THEATRE. 4 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SLEEP. 5 Press OK. The LCD displays DISABLE. 6 Press Cursor up or Cursor down to switch between DISABLE and ENABLE. If you select ENABLE the internal sleep-timer is set. 7 Press OK. The RU880 returns to normal mode. 4.3.1 Activating the SBC RU880s sleep-timer The SBC RU880s sleep-timer function can be used to switch off equipment after a pre-determined time. First, select the equipment you want switched off, point your SBC RU880 at it, then: 1 Press and hold the SBC RU880s Shift key and then press the B key. Release both keys. The LCD displays SLEEP 15 by default. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down to choose between the sleep-timer in 15, 30, 45, 60 minute sequences or OFF. 3 If you want the SBC RU880 to turn off your equipment after 15 minutes, press Cursor up until the LCD displays SLEEP 15. 4 Press OK to confirm your selection. The LCD displays SLEEP 15 and commences count-down. After 15 minutes the SBC RU880 turns off the selected equipment and returns to normal operation. NOTE: Always point the SBC RU880 directly at your equipment to ensure a response to your key command. 4.3.2 To erase the sleep-timer 1 Select the equipment that you want to be turned off. 2 Press and hold the SBC RU880s Shift key and B key until the LCD displays SLEEP 15. 3 Press Cursor up until the LCD displays SLEEP OFF. 4 Press OK. The sleep-timer function is erased and your equipment stays on. 4.3.3 Turning off both your equipment and sleep-timer 1 Select the equipment that you set to be turned off. 2 Press the B key on the SBC RU880. The equipment turns off and the SBC RU880 erases the sleep-timer function. 4.4 PREPARING THE SBC RU880 FOR HOME THEATRE CONTROL NOTE: You should only programme the SBC RU880s THEATRE key after you have programmed all the rest of your devices. Home Theatre is an integrated A/V system that offers the best in sound and vision entertainment. If you have a Home Theatre system, you can use the SBC RU880 to operate the most important functions of each device (TV, VCR, amplifier etc.) without changing devices all the time. The SBC RU880 is already factory preset to operate TVs, VCRs and amplifiers under THEATRE. All you have to do is programme the THEATRE key. Just: 1 Press and hold the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SPECIAL. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays THEATRE.

4 Press OK. The SBC RU880 is in THEATRE set-up mode and the LCD displays ENTER KEYS. 5 Now press a device key and then the function keys you want to operate that device with. For example: Press TV Press P+, P-, and all of the digit keys Press VCR Press L, B, G, F Thats it! You have programmed the SBC RU880 to operate both the television and the VCR in your Home Theatre system. You can programme the SBC RU880 to operate the rest of your Home Theatre devices in the same way, first by first pressing the device button, and then pressing the function key(s) you want to operate that device with. 1 When you have finished programming the SBC RU880 in THEATRE mode, press the SMART key. The LCD displays PRESS OK. 2 Press OK to leave THEATRE mode. 4.5 SETTING UP THE SBC RU880 TO TRANSMIT RF CONTROLLED SIGNALS Philips Remote Control Extender (SBC LI510) is an innovative wireless extension system that lets you operate Infra-Red (IR)-driven equipment from anywhere in your house. The SBC LI510 uses RF technology to convert IR into RadioFrequency (RF) signals and back again so they can be used to control your VCR, satellite receiver or Hi-Fi set regardless of obstacles in between. You can use the SBC RU880 in combination with a Philips Remote Control Extender set to control your own devices. And because the SBC RU880 can be set up to transmit Rf signals, you dont even need the Transmitter section of the LI510 system! To do this: 1 Press and hold the SMART key (for about three seconds) until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 2 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SPECIAL. 3 Press OK. The LCD displays THEATRE. 4 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays RF. 5 Press OK. The LCD displays RF OFF. 6 Press Cursor up. The LCD displays RF ON. 7 Press OK. The SBC RU880 returns to normal operation and can transmit both infra-red and RF signals.
5. SETTING UP THE SBC RU880 FOR YOUR PHILIPS POWER CONTROL SYSTEM English 5.1 USING THE SBC RU 880 TOGETHER WITH YOUR PHILIPS POWER CONTROL SYSTEM The SBC RU880 is ready for controlling a Philips Power Control System. This innovative system (comprising a range of switches and remote controls) allows you to control electrical appliances in and around your home using radiofrequency (RF) operated remote controls. Each Power Control system has its own house code to prevent interference with a neighbours system. Quick Reference Caution: Before connecting any appliance to a Power switch check the appliances power consumption. These Power switches can control appliances with a maximum power rating of 1000 Watts! NOTE: The house codes default setting is A. 1 Connect the Power switches to mains power outlets. 2 Select the appliances, e.g. lamps, you want to control and plug them into the Power switches. If the appliance has its own ON/OFF switch, make sure it is switched on. Use the SBC RU880 to operate the appliances as follows: 1 Select the HOME mode key. The last selected appliance is displayed (for example, UNIT1). 2 Select your module using the 10-digit keypad. The LCD displays UNIT X (for example, UNIT 3). NOTE: Although the unit code on the Power switch can be set from 1 to 16, the remote control can only operate Power switches with unit code set from 1 to 10. 3 Press Cursor up to switch on the selected appliance. Press Cursor down to switch off the selected appliance. Press P+ to switch all appliances on. The SBC RU880 displays ALL ON during key-press and then displays the last selected appliance. 4 Press P- to switch all appliances off. The SBC RU880 displays ALL OFF during key-press and then displays the last selected appliance.

5.2 SETTING UP THE SBC RU880 FOR DIFFERENT HOUSE CODES. The Power Control systems house code prevents interference with a similar system in your neighbours house. Power Control Systems only respond to signals with the correct house code. The house code's default setting is A. To change the house code: Verify that the house code already is installed. Look at the house code selection wheel at the rear of the switches (A-P). If you want to change the house code turn this wheel with a screwdriver. NOTE: Ensure that the house code you have selected for the remote control and all Power switches is the same! Look at the code list at the back of this book under Power Control to find the first three-digit code for your house code. 1 Press the HOME mode key. 2 Press and hold the SMART key (for about three seconds until the LCD displays TIMER. Release the SMART key. 3 Press Cursor up or Cursor down until the LCD displays SETUP. 4 Press OK. The LCD displays ENTER CODE. The SBC RU880 is now in set-up mode. 5 Press OK. The SBC RU880 is now in programming mode and the LCD displays HOME. 6 Press OK. 7 Enter the three-digit code using the keypad. If the code is correct the display indicates OK for a second and the SBC RU880 returns to normal operation. NOTE: It's not possible to search/copy Power Control System codes, since these codes are not infra-red.
6. NEED HELP? If you have questions about your remote or if you are missing certain functions on your remote, call our free-phone helpline! Before you call, please read the manual carefully. Most questions will be answered here. However, if you dont find an answer to your questions, make a note of your equipment in the table below. This makes it easier for the operators to help you quickly. Look for model numbers in the equipment instruction manual, or on the back of the equipment. Be in front of the equipment, this way our operators can help you to see if your remote is working properly. In the UK call 118/In Ireland The model number of your Philips universal remote control is: SBC RU880 Date of purchase: ____/____/____ Day/month/year

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. . . SBC RU880 . , . . 2.4.3 SBC RU880 SBC RU880, , shift SBC RU880. : 1 m SBC RU880 , . : 2 2.4.1 . : 3 [S] . PRESS ORIG ( ). 4 . 5 , . ! . I: SBC RU880, . 2.5 SBC RU880 To SBC RU880 . . . . SBC RU880 I Philips ( 5. SBC RU880 I Philips), . , SBC RU880 HOME. , . 2.5.1 , , . : 1 SMART ( ) TIMER. SMART. 2 SETUP. 3 . ENTER CODE ( ). SBC RU880 . 104
4 . SBC RU880 . 5 TV ( ). 6 . 7 . , OK . TV2. TV, TV1. ! SBC RU880 . , . , . : , . 2.5.2 , . Handsfree Autosearch ( ) Philips, ! m . , . : 1 SMART ( ) TIMER. SMART. 2 SETUP. 3 . ENTER CODE. SBC RU880 . 4 AUTOSEARCH. 5 . SBC RU880 . 6 TV ( ). 7 B . . 1.5 . , . 8 B . . , , (-) . (P-) . 9 , SBC RU880. To SBC RU880 . TV2. TV, TV1. 105
! , , SBC RU880 . , 1 . I: SBC RU880 , END ( ) . 2.6

HOME, . : 1 SMART ( ) TIMER. SMART. 2 SPECIAL ( ). 3 . THEATRE ( ). 4 COPY VOL ( ). 5 . SBC RU880 , FROM ( ). 6 ( , HOME). TO ( ). 7 ( , VCR). SBC RU880 . I: SBC RU880 . , SMART. 2.7
2.7.1 : 1 SMART ( ) TIMER. SMART. 2 SPECIAL. 3 . THEATRE. 4 RESET (). 5 . SBC RU880 RESET KEY ( ). 6 OK. PRESS KEY ( ). 7 . OK . ! .
2.7.2 1 SMART ( ) TIMER. SMART. 2 SPECIAL. 3 . THEATRE. 4 RESET (). 5 . SBC RU880 RESET KEY ( ). 6 RESET MODE ( ). 7 OK. PRESS MODE ( ). 8 . OK . ! . 2.7.3 RU880: I: RU880 . 1 SMART ( ) TIMER. SMART. 2 SPECIAL. 3 . THEATRE. 4 RESET (). 5 . SBC RU880 RESET KEY ( ). 6 RESET ALL ( ). 7 OK. RESET (). 8 RU880. OK . 3. 3.1 1 SMART ( ) TIMER. SMART. 2 SPECIAL. 3 . THEATRE. 4 COPY KEY ( ). 5 . 107
SBC RU880 , FROM ( ). 6 , . TO ( ). 7 , . , OK SBC RU880 . 3.2 . : 1 SMART ( ) TIMER. SMART. 2 SPECIAL. 3 . THEATRE. 4 KEY MACRO ( ). 5 . SELECT KEY ( ). . 6 . ENTER KEYS ( ). ( 10) SBC RU880. 7 SMART . S OK SBC RU880 . II: . THEATRE SMART . 4. I I 4.1 SBC RU880 , . I Philips. , 7.: 1 SMART ( ) TIMER ( ). 2 . ADD TIMER ( ), SBC RU880 . 3 . ONCE ( ). 4 : ONCE ( ), DAILY () WEEKLY ( ). ( , WEEKLY). 5 . 108
START : ( )( ). 6 . ( 19:00). . 7 . ONCE ( ) WEEKLY ( ), MON (). 8 . ( ). 9 . ENTER KEYS ( ). , VCR, B, (2), . 0 . S OK SBC RU880 . ! , 7. II: 12- AM/PM, PM (.). AM PM. SMART . , . 8. 10. 4.2 : 1 SMART ( ) TIMER ( ). 2 . ADD TIMER ( ), SBC RU880 . 3 DEL TIMER ( ). 4 . (. MON = ), ONCE/WEEKLY ( / ) , DAILY () ( ). 5 . . 6 . SBC RU880 . I: , .
4.3 . . ( , .) , SBC RU880 Shift B. , . , SBC RU880. : 1 SMART ( ) TIMER ( ). SMART. 2 SPECIAL ( ). 3 . THEATRE ( ). 4 SLEEP ( ). 5 . DISABLE ( ). 6 DISABLE ( ) ENABLE ( ). ENABLE, . 7 . SBC RU880 . 4.3.1 SBC RU880 SBC RU880 . , , SBC RU880 : 1 Shift SBC RU880 B. . SLEEP 15 ( 15 ). 2 15, 30, , OFF ( ). 3 SBC RU880 15 , SLEEP 15. 4 . SLEEP 15 . 15 , SBC RU880 . I: SBC RU880 . 4.3.2 1 . 2 Shift SBC RU880 B, SLEEP 15. 3 SLEEP OFF ( ). 4 . . 110

Universum..000

Scientific Atlanta.035, 304
Yamaha..214 SETUP CODES FOR CD-RECORDABLE
United Cable.030 SETUP CODES FOR CD PLAYERS

Marantz..001

Arcam..000
Philips..001 SETUP CODES FOR DVD

Carver..206

Philips..000

Denon..030, 061

Toshiba..000 SETUP CODES FOR HOME House code A..101 House code B..102 House code C..103 House code D..104 House code E..105 167

Fisher..075, 206

House code F..106 House code G..107 House code H..108 House code I.109 House code J..110 House code K..111 House code L..112 House code M..113 House code N..114 House code O..115 House code P..116 SETUP CODES FOR MISC AUDIO Deutsch Nederlands Espaol Portugus Italiano Svenska Dansk Norsk Suomi English Franais
Allantide..360 Amstrad..107 Ankaro..244, 247, 315, 396, 546 Anttron.210, 448 Arcon...395 Armstrong..270 Astra..135 Astro..200, 385, 547 Avalon..423 Axis.396, 557
JVC..100 BT...695 Barcom..244 Beko..216 Best.244, 396 Blaupunkt..200 Boca..270, 540 Brain Wave..359 Bush..094
Sony..037, 186 SETUP CODES FOR RECEIVERS

Bush..416

CNT..547 Channel Master..389 CityCom..421 Commlink..315 Connexions..423 Conrad..616 Crown...270 Cyrus..227

Carver..069

Denon..031

Fisher...069

D-box...750 DDC..389 DNT..000, 227, 423 Diskxpress..244 Drake...295

Grundig.000, 002

JVC..101

Kenwood..054, 341

Echostar..423, 898 Emanon..448 Eurodec..551

Marantz.000, 002

FTE..358 Ferguson..094, 210, 216, 738 Finlux.135, 174, 482 Fracarro..898 Freecom..362, 448 Fuba.244, 324, 396, 423, 448

Onkyo..127, 162

Panasonic.066, 336, 416 Philips.000, 001, 003, 004 Pioneer.107, 316
G-Sat...210 Galaxis..315, 861, 890 Galaxisat.348 GoldStar..362 Gooding..598 Goodmans..216 Grothusen..362 Grundig.200, 216, 355, 598
Sansui..000, 002 Sanyo...069 Sony..185

Technics..066, 336, 416

Yamaha.109, 203 SETUP CODES FOR SATELLITE
Harting und Helling.360 Hinari..210 Hirschmann..200, 360, 425, 529,..600, 608 Hitachi..174, 482 Houston..695 Huth..247, 270, 315, 616
AST..348 Alba.389, 448, 482, 640 Aldes..315 168
ITT..135 InVideo..898 Intervision..619
Sabre...482 Salora...135 SatPartner.359, 362, 448, 529, 547 Satcom..632 Satec..210, 355 Schwaiger..210, 421 Seemann..423, 557 Siemens..200 Skymaster.315, 546, 632, 655 Sony..731 Sunstar..540 English Suomi Norsk Dansk Svenska Italiano Portugus Espaol Nederlands Deutsch Franais

JVC..598 Johansson..359

Kathrein.000, 119, 200, 227, 358,..385, 421, 608, 685 Kosmos.358, 362 Kreiselmeye..200 Kyostar..448
Tantec..324, 482 Telefunken..448 Teleka..270, 640 Telesat..632 Thomson..482 Thorens..613 Tonna...695 Triad..348, 360, 362
La Sat..540, 547 Lenco..362, 448 Lennox..619 Lupus...396 Luxor..135, 600

Palladium.390, 397, 445 Panama.244, 291 Panasonic..153, 190, 253, 264, 277,..374, 394, 677 Pathe Cinema.243, 265, 347 Pathe Marconi..360, 595 Pausa...036 Perdio..347 Philco.111, 114, 274 Philips.001, 002, 003, 004, 005, 039,..064, 114, 401, 581, 000 Phoenix..114 Phonola.001, 039, 064, 114, 000 Pioneer.136, 190, 314 Profex.036, 388, 390 Proline..348 Protech.001, 036, 064, 129, 244, 274,..291, 364, 445, 458, 000 Pye..039
Tandberg.322 Tandy.099, 190, 244, 245 Tashiko.244, 386, 390 Tatung..001, 064, 099, 244, 000 Tec..244, 274 Technema..347 Technics..277, 677 Teleavia.360, 370, 517, 595 Telefunken.111, 128, 136, 279, 333,..362, 370, 504, 593, 595 Telemeister..347 Teletech..036 171
Teleton..233, 244, 376, 390 Tensai.245, 321, 344, 347 Texet..243, 245 Thomson.136, 264, 314, 360, 370,..376, 426, 517, 595 Thorn.001, 062, 064, 099, 111, 131,..388, 539, 000 Thorn-Ferguson..370 Tomashi..309 Toshiba.062, 097, 270 Triumph..270 English Franais Deutsch Nederlands Espaol Portugus Italiano Svenska Dansk Norsk Suomi
Combitech..379 Condor..047 Crown.047, 099, 305
Daewoo.047, 305 Dansai..099 De Graaf..069, 193 Decca.002, 027, 108, 000 Denon..069 Dual..068 Dumont.002, 027, 108, 131, 000
Uher..233, 330, 347 Ultravox..129 Universum.001, 064, 131, 132, 291,..373, 397, 519, 000
ESC..267, 305 Elcatech..099
Vestel.001, 064, 000 Videosat..274 Videotechnic.244 Videoton..458 Visa.036, 190 Vision..347 Voxson..114, 190 Ferguson.068, 111, 125, 134, 347,..348, 520 Fidelity..027 Finlandia.002, 108, 131, 000 Finlux.002, 027, 069, 108, 131, 000 Firstline.064, 070, 072, 099, 236 Fisher.073, 074, 081, 131 Frontech..047 Funai...027
Waltham..244 Watson..001, 064, 347, 000 Watt Radio..129 Wega..114 White Westinghouse..001, 064, 243,..347, 000
GEC..002, 108, 000 General..047 GoldHand.099 GoldStar..064, 252 Goodmans..002, 027, 047, 064, 099,..305, 430, 000 Graetz.032, 068, 131, 267 Granada.002, 073, 108, 131, 000 Grandin.027, 064, 099 Grundig.002, 030, 033, 034, 043,.099, 108, 222, 234, 253, 374, 376,..430, 000
Yoko.001, 064, 244, 291, 458, 000
Zanussi.233, 390 SETUP CODES FOR VCR
Aiwa. 027, 334, 375, 379 Akai.068, 076, 080, 133, 342 Akiba...099 Alba.047, 099, 236, 305, 342, 379 Ambassador..047 Amstrad..027, 305, 359 Anitech..099 Aristona.001, 002, 003, 004, 005,..108, 411, 430, 000 ASA. 002, 064, 108, 000 Asuka...064
HCM..099 Hanseatic..064 Hinari.031, 099, 267, 379 Hitachi.027, 031, 068, 069, 193,..262, 267 Hypson..099
ITT.032, 068, 073, 131, 133, 267, 411 ITV..064, 305 Imperial..027 Ingersol..031 Interfunk.002, 108, 000
Baird..027, 068, 131, 134 Basic Line..047, 099, 305 Blaupunkt..030, 033, 043, 061, 181,.189, 222, 253, 254, 430, 000 Brandt.214, 347, 348, 520 Brandt Electronic..068 Bush..099, 236, 305, 379

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