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If the Commander Seems to Be Working Properly.
Youre finished setting up the Commander for this component. If youre setting up another component, youll need to complete the procedure above for each component you plan to use with the Commander. Use the label (supplied) to write down the code numbers of your components. Then affix the label to the back of the Commander. Note
The Commander can be set up to operate only one component on each position of the slide switch (TV, SAT, AUX1, VCR, AMP, TAPE, AUX2, or CD) at a time unless their code numbers happen to be the same. For example, you cannot set up the Commander to operate a Sony TV and a Panasonic TV at the same time (because they use different code numbers).
Entering the Code Number for Another Component
When you have two or more components of the same type (for example, three VCRs), or when using an MD deck, you can set the code number of the components type on an empty position of the slide switch of the Remote Commander (AUX1, AUX2, SAT, or TAPE position only). You can set up either a visual or audio component regardless of the position of the VISUAL/AUDIO selector. The following procedure explains how to set a code number for another component on the AUX1 or AUX2 position.
Operating Instructions Mode demploi (au verso)
Sony Corporation 1998 Printed in Malaysia
Changing the Factory Setting for the Volume Control
By following the procedure below, you can change the volume control of visual components. This setting is effective also if you set other visual components in the AUX1/AUX2 or SAT/TAPE position. However, you cannot change the volume control of audio components. You can perform this operation either before or after you set up the Commander to work with your component.
Remote Button Descriptions
Operating a TV / Satellite Tuner
Operating an Amplifier (or Receiver)
1 To set up the Commander. 2 To select the input source: 1 switches to VIDEO switches to VIDEO switches to AUX 4 switches to TUNER 5 switches to CD 6 switches to TAPE switches to TAPE switches to TV 9 switches to PHONO 0 switches to another input source by each pressing 3 Volume up: + Volume down: 4 To mute volume on an amplifier (or receiver). 5 To switch to AMP operation. 6 To turn on and off. 7 Presetting frequency up: +, down: Tuning frequency up: +, down: 8 To switch bands (FM/AM).
Operating a Tape Deck
3 To play 4 To rewind 5 To record, press ( while pressing r/First release (, then release r. 6 To switch to TAPE operation. 7 To fast-forward 8 To stop 9 To pause 0 To select the tape deck, Deck A or Deck B (dual cassette deck only**).
* If your decks commander has two sets of tape-operating buttons and has no A/B button for deck selection, use the numeric buttons (1 and 2). Button 1 selects Deck A, and button 2 selects Deck B. **If the decks commander has one set of tape-operating buttons, and has an A/B button for the deck button to section, use the select Deck A or B.
Searching for the Correct Code
Setting Up the Remote Commander
Before operating the Commander
Be sure to set the start switch at the rear to ON.
Position AUDIO AMP TAPE AUX2 CD
Component that can be preset Amplifier (or receiver)
Factory setting Sony amplifier
If youve tried all the code numbers listed for your component and you still cannot get the Commander to work (or if your component is not listed in this manual), try the following.
TV, satellite tuner, VCR, amplifier (or Sony tape deck receiver), tape deck, CD player, MD deck Sony MD deck CD player Sony CD player
You may not be able to operate even a Sony brand component with the factory presetting. In such a case, follow the procedure in Setting the Code.
Entering the Code Number
Do not attempt to change the position of the switch after you have set it. Doing so may erase the preset manufacturers codes stored in the memory of the Commander.
Charging the internal rechargeable battery with the Solar Cells
This Commander is equipped with a solar cell that charges the internal rechargeable battery if you keep the Commander in a welllighted place such as by a window. Therefore, you will not need to replace the battery. Notes
Be sure to keep the Commander with the front facing upward and in a well-lighted place. If you keep the Commander placed upside down or in a dark place for an extended period of time, the internal rechargeable battery will not be charged. If you continue using it without charging, the rechargeable battery will be completely discharged. When the rechargeable battery becomes discharged, the operating range of the Commander becomes narrower. Be sure to charge the battery periodically by placing the Commander in a place such as a window that lets in sufficient light. Do not place the Commander in a place subject to direct sunlight.
See the supplied Component Code Numbers table, and find the two-character code number for your component. If more than one code number is listed, use the number listed first to complete the steps that follow. For example, if youre setting up a Philips TV, you would use 11 as the code number. If your component is not listed, see Searching for the Correct Code. Set the VISUAL/AUDIO selector to VISUAL VISUAL AUDIO (to set up on the TV, SAT, AUX1 or VCR position) or AUDIO (to set up on the AMP, TV AMP TAPE, AUX2 or CD position). SAT TAPE Set the slide switch to the position of the AUX1 AUX2 VCR CD desired component. Notes
At the factory, VCR is preset on the AUX1 position and MD deck is preset on the AUX2 position, but you can set any component on the AUX1 and AUX2 positions. For details, see Entering the Code Number for Another Components. You can also set any components on SAT and TAPE positions. For details, see Entering the Code Number for Another Components.
Turn on the component you wish to set up VISUAL AUDIO using its power switch, then set the VISUAL/AUDIO selector and the slide switch to the position of the desired component. TV AMP To select TV, SAT, AUX1 or VCR, set the SAT TAPE selector to VISUAL. AUX1 AUX2 VCR CD To select AMP, TAPE, AUX2 or CD, set the selector to AUDIO. S Press and release the S (Set) button. Press and release the PROGR+ button. Then PROGR press and release the u button. Repeat step 3 until the correct code number is found. Each time you press the PROGR+ button and then the u button, a new code number will be transmitted. Keep trying until your component operates as follows: TV, VCR, satellite tuner or amplifier (or receiver) : the power turns off. Tape deck, MD deck CD player (whose power cannot be turned off using the remote commander): playback starts. (Make sure that the power is already turned on and that a tape or disc is inserted.) TV without a power switch: the Channel + function works. Be patient as you do this; it may take up to about 90 tries for a TV or VCR, and 40 tries for other components until the correct code number is located. When the correct code is found, press and release the button to store the code PROGR number in the Commanders memory. Turn on the component again, and press the PROGR and buttons. Check that the Commander can control the other functions of your component such as channel and volume control.
Set the VISUAL/AUDIO selector to VISUAL (to set up on AUX1 position) or AUDIO (to set up on AUX2 position) Set the slide switch to the AUX1/AUX2 position. Press and release the S (Set) button. Press and release the p button. Press and release one of the following buttons; 1 to set up a VCR 4 to set up an amplifier (or receiver) 5 to set up a CD player 6 to set up a tape deck 7 to set up a MD deck 8 to set up a TV 9 to set up a satellite tuner Note
TV SAT AUX1 VCR
AMP TAPE AUX2 CD
Press and release the S (Set) button. a To control the components sound from the loudspeakers connected to your amplifier (or receiver), press the + button. b To control the components sound from the TVs speakers, press the button. Press and release the button to store your setting in the Commanders memory. If you havent already done so, finish setting up the component by completing the procedures in Entering the Code Number.
9 ! ! !
Be sure to proceed to each next step in the above procedure within 10 seconds; otherwise setting mode will be canceled.
You can set another component on the SAT and TAPE positions as well as the AUX1 and AUX 2 positions. Just select SAT or TAPE in steps 1 and 2.
To set up the commander. To switch to Teletext. To change the input mode. To change the programme. Also to turn on. To select double-digit numbers. Works in the same way as the TVs commander. Fastext button. Volume up: + Volume down: To mute volume on TV. To switch to TV operation. To turn off. To turn on. To return from Teletext to TV To select a number between 20 and 29. Programme up: + Programme down:
AMP TAPE MD CD
Using the Remote Commander
Operating a Component
Make sure that the VISUAL/AUDIO selector and the slide switch are set for the component you wish to operate. Point the Commander directly at the component. Press the button for the function you wish to use.
Press the button. Enter the components code number by following steps 4 to 6 of Entering the Code Number, or steps 2 to 6 of Searching for the Correct Code.
1 To set up the commander. 3 To change the input mode (H/V) 4 To change the programme. 5 To select double-digit numbers. Work in the same way as the satellite tuners commander. 6 To move the cursor upward, downward, to the right, or to the left. 7 To call up the MENU display. ! To switch to SAT operation. ! To turn on and off. ! To select a number between 20 and 29. ! To enter the selection. ! Programme up:+ Programme down: ! To operate JUMP, FLASHBACK or CHANNEL RETURN function on the satellite tuner, depending on the manufacturers setting.
Operating a CD Player / MD deck
VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 AUX
1 To set up the Commander. selects Deck A (dual cassette deck only*). 2 selects Deck B (dual cassette deck only*). 0 functions as 9REV button, or switches play sides. (The other numeric buttons do not have assigned functions).
Controlling the Volume of Video Components Connected to an Audio System
The Commander is factory preset based on the assumption that you hear the sound of your video components from your TVs speakers, and that you hear the sound of your audio components from the loudspeakers connected to your amplifier (or receiver). Factory setting:
Position of the VISUAL/AUDIO selector VISUAL AUDIO Controls the volume of TV Amplifier (or receiver)
See Remote Button Descriptions for a complete description of the buttons on the Commander.
With Fastext you can access pages with one key stroke. When a Fastext page is broadcast, a colour-coded menu will appear at the bottom of the screen. The colours of this menu correspond to the red, green, yellow and blue buttons on the Remote Commander. Press the coloured button which corresponds to the colour-coded menu. The page will be displayed after some seconds. Notes on Using the Remote Commander
Using this Commander will not add new functions to your components. The functions of the Commander are limited to the functions of the components itself. For example, if your TV does not have a mute function, the button on this Commander will not function with your TV. Do not forcibly remove or tear off the corner protector.
Operating a VCR
1 To set up the commander. 2 To switch the signals supplied to the TV. 3 To change the programme. 4 To select double-digit numbers. Works in the same way as the VCRs commander. 5 Play 6 Rewind 7 Record To record, press ( while pressing r 8 To switch to VCR operation. 9 To turn on and off. ! To select a number between 20 and 29. ! Fast forward ! Stop ! Pause ! Programme up: + Programme down:
1 To set up the Commander. 2 To select the track number. 0 selects track 10. 3 To select numbers 10 and above. For example, to select track 15, press -/-- and then press 5. 4 To play 5 To select the previous track. 7 To switch to CD operation. 8 To select the next track. 9 To stop ! To pause ! To select the next disc.
If youre having problems setting up or using the Remote Commander: When setting up the Commander, carefully go through the procedures described under Setting the Code. If the code thats listed first for your component doesnt work, try all the codes for your component in the order in which theyre listed. If all the codes fail to work (or if your component is not listed in this manual), try using the procedures under Searching for the Correct Code. Check that youre aiming the Commander directly at the component, and that there are no obstructions between the Commander and the component. Make sure the internal rechargeable battery is not discharged. Check that your desired component is selected with the VISUAL/ AUDIO selector and the slide switch of the Remote Commander. If you cannot preset a component to the SAT/TAPE or AUX1/ AUX2 position of the slide switch, a component type different from that of the component you intend preset may be preset to that position. In such a case, enter the code number first, following the procedure in Entering the Code Number for Another Component. Check that the component has infrared remote capability. For example, if your component didnt come with a remote control, it probably isnt capable of being controlled by the Remote Commander. If your video components are connected to an audio system, make sure youve set up the Commander as described in Controlling the Volume of Video Components Connected to an Audio System. Should any problem persist, reset the Commander to the factory setting by pressing the u, and buttons simultaneously. If you have any questions or problems concerning the Remote Commander that are not covered in this manual, please call the telephone number in the warranty.
Setting the Code
The Commander is preset at the factory to operate Sony brand components. If youre using the Commander with a Sony component, you wont need to preset the Commander before you start using it. To set up the Commander to use with other manufacturers (nonSony) components, youll need to follow the instructions in this manual to preset the Commander with the correct code number for your components. (See the supplied Component Code Numbers also.)
Position VISUAL TV SAT AUX1 VCR TV Sony TV TV, satellite tuner, VCR, amplifier (or Sony satellite tuner receiver), tape deck, CD player, MD deck Sony DV VCR Sony VHS VCR (VTR3) Component that can be preset Factory setting
Press and release the S (Set) button. Enter the components code number. For example, if youre entering the code for a Philips TV, you would press and release 1, then press and release 1. Press and release the button to store the code number in the Commanders memory.
1 To set up the Commander. 2 To select the track number. 0 selects track 10. 3 To select numbers 10 and above. For example, to select track 15, press -/-- and then press 5. 4 To play 5 To select the previous track. 6 To record, press ( while pressing r/First release (, then release r. 7 To switch to MD operation. 8 To select the next track. 9 To stop 0 To pause ! To select the next disc.
If the component does not operate properly, repeat steps 2 to 5 and search for another code. As the searching always start from 01, it will stop again at the same code as the last searching. Pass the code and continue searching until the next code by which the component operates. If you still cannot get the Commander to work properly, see Troubleshooting. Note
If the Commander Doesnt Seem to Be Working.
First, try repeating these setup procedures using the other codes listed for your component (see Component Code Numbers). If after trying all the codes listed for your component you still cannot get the Commander to work properly, try the search method described under Searching for the Correct Code.
Thus you can control the volume of your TV or amplifier (or receiver) while operating a video or audio component without first having to change the slide switch to the TV or AMP position. For example, to control the volume for your VCR channels, you dont need to change the slide switch to the TV position. However, if your video components are connected to an audio system, you probably hear your TVs or VCRs sound from the loudspeakers connected to your amplifier (or receiver), not from your TV speakers. In this case, you need to change the factory setting so that you can control the volume of your video components without first having to switch to the amplifier (or receiver). To change the factory setting for the volume control, follow the procedures below.
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