The Sony RM-V401 7 Device Universal Remote combines seven functions in one remote for optimum control of your home theater system. This remote is pre-programmed with commands for most major brands. Rubberized Keypad Keys allow blind-touch operation. This model has an ergonomic trapezoid design that fits the hand, picture-in-picture function, 20-minute memory backup, DVD menu function and more. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Sony RMV401 photo ]
User reviews and opinions
|fimam||5:07am on Tuesday, June 1st, 2010|
|Falls short of universal It seemed to work well at first. I had some problems getting it to set.|
|Douxenfant||11:35am on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010|
|Not Compatible with Sony Receiver! I did a lot of research before buying this remote (actually, two of them.|
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4 Enter the components code number. For example, if youre entering the code for a Philips VCR, you would press. 5 Press and release the ENT button to store the code number in the Commanders memory.
1 Press the SET button with a ball-point pen tip etc., and release it. 2 Press the CBL/SAT, RCVR, CD, AUX, or DVD button.
Your Code Number
If you are using more than one receiver (or amplifier) and have set it on the CBL/SAT, CD, AUX or DVD button, when selecting these buttons you cannot control the volume of the receiver (or amplifier) of the RCVR button. If you change the setting of the RCVR button to a component other than a receiver or amplifier, the volume control setting of video components will return to TV even if you have changed the factory preset volume control. In this case, you will not be able to control the volume from audio components other than a receiver or amplifier.
Even if you try to program more than four operations and press the corresponding buttons in step 2 above, only the first four buttons that were pressed will be programmed. If you try to program only one operation on a macro key, the setting operation will be rejected. You can program the Channel Macro function for up to three components only. To program for the fourth component, first clear all macro keys for a component.
Operating a TV, VCR, or cable box
3, 4, and 5 TV: To operate the Picture-inPicture function. Press each button or combination of buttons as described in the table below. VCR: N: To play. x: To stop. m: To rewind. M: To fast-forward. zREC: To record, press N while pressing z. 6 TV/VCR: To move the cursor upward, downward, to the left, or to the right. 7 TV/VCR: To call up the MENU display. qa TV: To display the current channel on TV. VCR: To expose the on-screen display. qd and qf To change the channel. For example, to change to channel 5, press 0 and 5 (or press 5 and ENT). qg TV/VCR: To enter the selection. qh TV: To operate SLEEP function on the TV. (Works only for a TV with the SLEEP function.) qj Channel up: + Channel down: qk TV/cable box: To operate JUMP, FLASHBACK or CHANNEL RETURN function on the TV depending on the setting of the TV's manufacturer. VCR: To cancel.
Operating a CD player, an MD deck, or a DAT deck
3 To select numbers 10 and above. For example, to select track 15, press PIP and then press 5. 4 N: To play. m: To select previous track. M: To select next track. x: To stop. X: To pause. 5 MD deck/DAT deck: To record, press N while pressing z/ First release N, then release z. qd To select the track number. 0 selects track 10. To select track numbers above 10, see the descriptions on the PIP button above. qk CD player/MD deck: To select next disc.
3 Press and release the x (stop) button. 4 Press and release one of the following buttons; to assign a VCR to assign a digital satellite receiver to assign a receiver to assign a CD player to assign a tape deck to assign an MD deck or a DAT deck to assign a TV to assign a cable box to assign a DVD player 5 Press and release the ENT button. 6 Enter the components code number by following steps 2 to 6 of Entering the Code Number, or steps 1to 7 of Searching for the Correct Code.
Operating Instructions Manual de instrucciones (parte posterior)
2000 Sony Corporation Printed in Malaysia
6 Go to Step 2: Checking if the Code Number Works to finish setting up.
To change or clear the program
When you want to change the setting or if you are no longer using that programmed operation, follow the procedure below to overwrite or clear the program. 1 Hold down the macro key that you want to change or clear. 2 After waiting for about three seconds, press the new sequence of buttons, or, to clear the program, press and release , and then press and release ENT. 3 Release the macro key.
Step 2: Checking if the Code Number Works
1 Power on the component you want to set up.
To reset to factory preset volume control
In step 3 above, press VOL instead.
Operating a tape deck
3, 4, and 5 Tape operation buttons. For dual cassette decks, operation buttons for Deck A (for Sony-brand dual cassette deck, buttons for Deck B). PIP: To reverse. N: To play. m: To rewind. M: To fast-forward. zREC: To record, press N while pressing zREC. First release N, then release zREC. x: To stop. X: To pause 6, 7, qf, and qg Operation buttons for Deck B (for Sony-brand dual cassette deck, buttons for Deck A). ENT: To reverse. : To play. : To rewind. : To fast-forward. : To stop. MENU: To record, press while pressing MENU. First release , and then release MENU. OK: To pause. qk To select Deck A or Deck B (dual cassette deck only).
If your tape decks commander has one set of tape operating buttons, and has an A/B button for the deck selection, use the RECALL button to select Deck A or Deck B.
For the customers in the U.S.A. WARNING
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
Installing the Batteries
Slide open the battery compartment and insert two size AA (R6) batteries (not supplied). Be sure to line up the + and on the batteries with the + and on the battery compartment.
2 Aim the Remote Commander at the component and press a button to check if that button works. For example, press the POWER button to see if it works on your component. 3 Check that the other buttons of the Commander is operating the corresponding functions of the component.
Operating a Component
1 Press the button of the desired component on the Commander. 2 Point the Commander directly at the component. 3 Press the button for the function you want to use. See Remote Button Descriptions for complete descriptions of the buttons on the Commander.
If the Commander Doesnt Seem to Be Working.
First, try repeating these setup procedures using the other codes listed for your component (see the supplied 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 in Searching for the Correct Code.
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 receiver (or amplifier).
Be sure to wait for about three seconds in step 2 above. While you are holding down the macro key and waiting, the programmed signals are transmitted; therefore, if you are aiming the Commander at your component, the programmed operations may be performed before you go on with the procedure.
Notes on Using the Remote Commander
Basically, use this Commander in the same way as the Commanders supplied with your components. Using this Commander will not increase the functions of your components. The functions of the Commander are limited to the functions of the components themselves. For example, if your TV does not have a MUTING function, the MUTING button on this Commander will not function with your TV. Some functions of the component may not work with this Commander. If your cable box can control volume, be sure to set its volume switch to a medium position. If the volume on the cable box is turned down completely, you will not be able to adjust your TVs volume with the Commander.
There may be cases you may turn on/off the cable box by pressing the CH+ or CH buttons on the Commander. If your cable box can control volume, be sure to set its volume control to a medium position. If the volume on the cable box is turned down completely, you will not be able to adjust your TVs volume with the Commander.
When to replace the batteries
Under normal conditions, batteries will last up to six months. If the Commander does not operate properly, the batteries might be worn out. Replace the batteries with new ones.
You can write down the code number on the label inside the battery compartment lid.
If you have problems setting up or using the Commander: When setting up the Commander, carefully go through the procedures described in 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 in 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 batteries youre using are not worn out, and that theyre inserted correctly. Check that the button of the TV, VCR, CBL/SAT, RCVR, CD, AUX or DVD is pressed to choose your desired component. Check that the component has infrared remote capability. For example, if your component didnt come with a remote commander, it probably isnt capable of being controlled by a 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 POWER, TV/VIDEO and VOL buttons simultaneously.
Press zREC PIP and ENT m or M PIP and TV/VIDEO x N X To Turn on/off the window picture.* Turn off the window picture. Change the TV channel in the window picture. Change the input mode of the window picture. Move the location of the window picture. Swap the main picture and the window picture. Freeze the window picture.
Button Controls the volume of TV TV Receiver (or amplifier) Receiver (or amplifier) on the RCVR button TV VCR, CBL/SAT*, DVD* RCVR CD*, AUX*
Searching for the Correct Code
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 the Component Code Numbers tables), try these steps. 1 Power on the component you want to set up. Insert a tape or disc if necessary. 2 Press the SET button with a ball-point pen tip etc., and release it. 3 Press the button of the component on the Commander that you want to set up. 4 Press and release the CH+ button. Then press and release the POWER button. 5 Repeat step 4 until the correct code number is found. Each time you press the CH+ button and then the POWER button, a new code number will be transmitted. Keep trying until your component operates by receiving the transmitted signal from the Commander (e.g., the power turns off, the CH+ function works, playback starts, etc.) Be patient as you do this; it may take about 100 tries until the correct code number is located. 6 When the correct code is found, press the ENT button to store the code number in the Commanders memory. 7 Check that the Commander is operating the other functions of your component by pressing the corresponding buttons on the Commander. If they seem to be working properly, youre done setting up the Commander. If the component does not operate properly, repeat steps 1 to 6 and search for another code. If you still cannot get the Commander to work properly, see Troubleshooting.
Operating a DVD player
3 To select numbers 10 and above. For example, to select track 15, press PIP and then press 5. 4 N: To play. m: To rewind. M: To fast-forward. x: To stop. X: To pause. 5 To display the title menu. 6 To move the cursor upward, downward, to the left, or to the right. 7 To display the DVD menu. 8 To clear the selected characters from the screen. qa To show the current play status on the screen. qd Number buttons : To set items selected from the screen. qf To enter the setting. To set items selected from the screen. qg To execute items selected from the screen. qh To switch the subtitle. qj To proceed to next/previous location or song. qk To return to the last previous screen. ql To change the sound.
Replace both batteries with new ones. Do not take more than 20 minutes to replace the batteries; otherwise, your setting of the code numbers will be erased.
Notes on Batteries
* If the window picture does not turn off this way, try pressing ENT while pressing PIP.
Setting Up the Remote Commander
About Presetting the Commander
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 (non-Sony) manufacturers components, or to use with a component that is not preset at the factory, 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.)
Component that can be preset TV VCR Button TV VCR Factory setting Sony TV Sony VHS VCR Sony receiver Sony CD player Sony tape deck Sony DVD player
Do not mix old batteries with new ones or mix different types of batteries together. If the electrolyte inside the battery should leak, wipe the contaminated area of the battery compartment with a cloth and replace the old batteries with new ones. To prevent the electrolyte from leaking, remove the batteries when you plan not to use the Commander for a long period of time.
* If you assign an audio component on the CBL/SAT, CD, AUX or DVD button, you can control the volume of the receiver (or amplifier) on the RCVR button. If you assign video components on these buttons, you can control the volume of the TV.
If you have programmed the Channel Macro function for TV operation, the button used as a macro key cannot be used for PIP operation.
Setting the Code
Follow the steps 1 and 2 below for each component you plan to use with the Commander.
Step 1: Entering the Code Number
1 See the supplied Component Code numbers, and find the threedigit code number for the desired component. If more than one code number is listed, use the number thats listed first to complete the steps below. For example, if youre setting up a Philips VCR, you would use the code number 035. If your component isnt listed, see Searching for the Correct Code. 2 Press the SET button with a ball-point pen tip etc., and release it. 3 Press the button of the component that you want to set up.
Thus you can control the volume of your TV or receiver (or amplifier) while operating a video or audio component without first having to press the TV or RCVR button. For example, to control the volume for your VCR channels, you dont need to press the TV button first. 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 receiver (or amplifier), 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 receiver (or amplifier). To change the factory setting for the volume control, follow the procedures below.
Setting a channel with a single button (Channel macro function)
You can program the Channel Macro function on any of the buttons listed below (macro keys). For example, instead of pressing , , and then ENT button to change the TV channel, you can perform these operations by pressing only the N button. The macro keys are: N, m, M, x, X, and zREC. (During TV, cable box, or digital satellite receiver operations only.) The series of operations that can be programmed must be consisted of two to four sequential pressings of to buttons or ENT button.
Operating a digital satellite receiver
3 To use the FAVORITE function. 6 To scroll through the Master Guide. 7 To call up the MENU display. 8 To bring up the Master Guide. qd and qf To change the channel. For example, to change to channel 5, press 0 and 5 (or press 5 and ENT). qg To select the channel that's highlighted. To bring up the Station Index when a program guide is not displayed. qh To bring up the Station Index. qj Channel up: + Channel down: To page through the guide when a program guide is displayed. qk To tune to the last tuned station. ql To switch the output of the digital satellite receiver to the TV. (When you connect a TV cable or antenna to the receiver, the output switches between a TV and SAT program.)
For the customers in the U.S.A.
Customer Support Information
If after youve read through this manual you still cannot get the Remote Commander to work properly, call the Sony Customer Support Helpline at 1-800-822-2217.
Operable distance Power requirements Battery life Dimensions Mass Approx. 7 m (23 ft) (varies depending of the component of each manufacturer) Two size AA (R6) batteries (not supplied) Approx. 6 months (varies depending on frequency of use) Approx. 41 mm (w/h/d) (2 1/1/5/8 in.) Approx. 100 g (3.5 oz.) (not including batteries)
This feature is effective only when a receiver or amplifier is set up on the RCVR button. You cannot control the volume of a receiver (or amplifier) set up on CBL/SAT, CD, AUX or DVD button while operating a component of another button. The Channel Macro function may not work correctly for some components.
Remote Button Descriptions
1 To turn on and off the power of the selected component. 2 Component select buttons. To switch to the operations of each component, press the button on which that component is assigned. 9 *Volume up: + Volume down: q; *To mute the volume on TV or receiver (amplifier). qs To set up the Commander.
* These buttons control the volume of either TV or receiver (amplifier). See Controlling the Volume of Video Components Connected to an Audio System for details.
Cable box/Digital satellite receiver/ CBL/SAT Receiver/CD player/Tape deck/ RCVR MD deck/DAT deck/DVD player/ CD TV/VCR AUX DVD
To program a series of operations
1 Press the desired component select button. (You can select TV, cable box, or digital satellite receiver only.) 2 While pressing the desired macro key, press the buttons required for the operations in sequence. For example, to program t t ENT on the N button, hold down N first, press , , and ENT in sequence, and then release N.
Operating a receiver/amplifier
4 Work as N, M, m, x, X buttons of the CD player. (When a CD player is set up on the CD button.) qd To select the input source: 1 selects VIDEO selects VIDEO selects AUX 4 selects TUNER 5 selects CD 6 selects TAPE 7 selects MD 8 selects TV 9 selects PHONO 0 selects DVD qj Presetting frequency up: +, down: Tuning frequency up: +, down: qk To shift band (FM/AM). ql To switch input source by each pressing.
|Device Type||Universal remote control|
|Supported Device Qty||7|
|Supported Devices||TV, VCR, satellite TV system, cable box, DVD player, CD player, MD player|
|Max Operating Distance||23 ft|
|Features||Macro function, memory backup, programmable, PIP function, multi-brand compatibility|
|Battery||2 x standard battery - AA type - alkaline|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 1 year|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|GTIN||00027242602205, 00027242572379, 00000272425723|
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