Universal Remote Control RNC-100
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FUNCTION TABLE of the NUMBERED BUTTONS.
Button symbols SUBWOOFER LEVEL DOWN REPEAT A B DECK SELECTOR A
SUBWOOFER LEVEL UP
DECK SELECTOR B
CENTER LEVEL UP
CENTER LEVEL DOWN
REAR LEVEL DOWN
REAR LEVEL UP
pressing PLAY, etc. on CD player or tape deck, CD or TAPE 2 MONITOR is selected automatically without selecting the input source and then PLAY, etc. starts. In this case, to listen to TAPE 1, switch off the TAPE 2 MONITOR and select the TAPE 1. Notes: Some functions for CD player, tape deck or equalizer may not be available. For details about functions, refer to the operating instructions of each component. The TV/OFF and the CH buttons may not be available for this receiver.
Conponent control selection buttons
Turn on the components you want to operate.
Use the remote control within a range of about 7 meters (23 feet) and angles of up to 30 degrees aiming at the remote sensor.
Press the DEVICE button on the remote control corresponding to the component you want to operate.
Press the button corresponding to the operation you want while aiming the remote control at the REMOTE SENSOR on the component.
When operating a Sherwood CD player or tape deck using the system remote control, aim the remote control at the REMOTE SENSOR on this receiver.
When L -BAT flickers on the LCD, the old batteries should be replaced. When changing the batteries, load the new batteries within 10 sec. to maintain existing programming If the batteries are removed for a longer period of time, the remote control might lose its memory and require reentering.
Remove the cover.
Load 4 AAA 1.5V batteries matching the polarity.
ENTERING A SET-UP CODE
Before operating audio and video components using the remote control supplied with this receiver, the set-up code for each component should be entered. For system remote control operation, the set-up code for each Sherwood component such as CD player and tape deck is 001respectively. Enter each set-up code for CD player and tape deck doing steps 3,4 and 5 as follows. Turn on the component you want to control. Find the set-up code for your component referring to Set-Up Code Tables in the operating manual of this remote control.
Example) When entering the set-up code for this receiver, turn on this receiver. Press the corressponding DEVICE and the MUTE buttons simultaneously.
Example) The 3 digit set-up codes for the Sherwood Audio are 001,002,.(Hint:The correct setup code for this receiver is 001.) Enter the 3 digit set-up code aiming the remote control at the REMOTE SENSOR on the component.
Then SET appears on the LCD of the remote control for 20 seconds.
Your component will be turned off when the correct set-up code is entered. Continue to enter the corresponding codes until your component turns off. If SET disappears, start from the step 3 again. Operate the component using the corresponding function buttons on the remote control such as POWER, CH and VOL buttons, etc. If any of the buttons do not perform as they should, start from step 1 again to enter the next set-up code. Notes:Some audio and video components have separate buttons for POWER ON/OFF. In this case, press the corresponding DEVICE button to turn the component ON and press the POWER button to turn the component OFF. If there is no correct set-up code or if the Manufacturer/Brand for your component is not listed in Set-Up Code Tables in the operating manual of this remote control, please use the Auto Search Method on page 10 in the operating manual of this remote control. Although each set-up code is designed to work with many different modes, certain codes may not work with some models. (Also, certain codes may only operate some of the functions available on a given model.)
Press the corresponding DEVICE button to store the set -up code.
Then PASS will flicker on the LCD.
Repeat the above steps 1 to 6 for each of your other components.
Note: Before operating this receiver with the supplied remote control, refer to Universal Remote Controls on page 8 for details about operation.
LISTENING TO A PROGRAM
Turn the power on. Select the desired input source.
Each time the POWER button is pressed, the receiver is turned on to enter the operationg mode or off to enter the standby mode. In the standby mode, if the INPUT SELECTOR button is pressed on the remote control, the receiver is turned on automatically and the desired input is selected. In the standby mode, the STANDBY indicator lights up. This means that the receiver is not disconnected from the AC outlet and a small amount of current is retained to support the memorized contents and operation readiness.
Switch the speakers on.
Then sound can be heard from the speakers connected to the speaker terminals. When using the headphone for private listening, press the SPEAKER switch again to switch the speakers off.
Each time the INPUT SELECTOR/INDEX knob is rotated, the input source changes as follows: PHONO TUNER CD PLAYER TAPE 1 (frequency display) AUX/TV VCR1 LD PLAYER DVD When the TAPE 2 MONITOR button is set to on and TAPE 2M indicator lights up, other inputs can not be heard from the speakers. To listen to a input source other than TAPE 2 MONITOR, be sure to set the TAPE 2MONITOR button to off. TAPE 2 MONITOR function You can connect either a tape deck or a graphic equalizer to the receivers TAPE 2 MONITOR jacks. When listening to the component connected to these jacks,set the TAPE 2 MONITOR button to on. If you connect a 3-head tape deck, you can listen to the sound being recorded during recording, instead of the source sound. For further details, refer to the operating instructions of the component connected.
When the AUX/TV is selected as input source
Select the front AUX or the rear TV.
If the front AUX is selected, the FRONT AUX indicator lights up.
Select the digital (or the analog) input connected as desired. Each time this button is pressed, the corresponding input is selected as follows; In the DTS mode OPTICAL COAXIAL In the Dolby Digital(AC-3) mode:Not available for CD (RF:LDP only) OPTICAL COAXIAL To play back the laser disc encoded the Dolby Digital(AC3) format in the Dolby Digital(AC-3) mode, you should select the RF input as the desired digital input. in the normal stereo or a surround mode other than the DTS and Dolby Digital(AC-3) modes. OPTICAL COAXIAL ANALOG When LDP as input source and the normal stereo mode are selected respectively, the RF input should be selected to play back the laser disc encoded the Dolby Digital(AC-3) mode in the 2-CH downmix mode. When playing back Dolby Digital(AC-3) program sources in the normal stereo mode, it enters the 2-CH downmix mode automatically, not the normal stereo opertion.(For details, refer to Downmixing into 2 fornt channels on page 18.) Notes : When the selected optical or coaxial digital input is not connected, the selected DIGITAL INPUT indicator is flickering, mening no sound.(Refer to Select the desired surround mode on page 15.) When the DTS or Dolby Digital(AC-3) mode is selected, the component connected to the selected digital input can be heard. Operate the selected component for playback.
Adjust the subwoofer level.
It is adjustable only when a powered subwoofer is connected and the subwoofer is set to YES. (Refer to Adjusting the speaker settings on page 16 ) To increase the bass sound.
Press it again to cancel. To mute the sound.
When playing back the program sources with surround sound, refer to Enjoying surround sound on page 15. Adjust the (overall) volume.
MUTE will flicker. To resume the previous sound level, press it again. To listen with the headphones. Adjust the tone (bass and treble).
Note : Extreme settings at high volume may damage your speakers. Ensure that the SPEAKER ON/OFF switch is set to off.
When CD, DVD, LDP or AUX/TV is selected as input source
Adjust the stereo balance between the left and the right channels.
The R-945 incorporates a sophisticated Digital Signal Processor that allows you to create optimum sound quality and sound atmosphere in your personal Home Theater.
This receiver has 8 different surround modes to allow you to enjoy surround sound with various program sources: DTS , DOLBY DIGITAL(AC-3), DOLBY PRO LOGIC, DOLBY 3 STEREO, THEATER, HALL,STADIUM,CHURCH. DTS (Digital Theater System) : Allows you to enjoy 5.1 (or 6) discrete channels of high quality digital audio from DTS program sources bearing the , HDS or HIGH DEFINITION SURROUND trade mark such as laser discs, DVD and compact discs, ets. DTS Digital Surround delivers up to 6 channels of transparent audio (which means identical to the original masters) and results in exceptional clarity throughout a true 360 soundfield. DTS DIGITAL SURROUND : DTS and DTS Digital Surround are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Note: The DTS program sources should be played back in the DTS mode. If not, it will sound like continuous noise. DOLBY DIGITAL(AC-3) : Allows you to enjoy up to 5.1 channels of digital surround sound from Dolby Digital(AC-3) program sources bearing the trademark such as laser discs. Dolby Digital(AC-3) provides better sound quality, improved dynamic range and great sense of direction, compared with the conventional Dolby surround. Now, you are able to enjoy real Home Theater sound in your home. DOLBY PRO LOGIC : This receiver incorporates the Dolby Pro Logic Surround Decoder which has the same functions for playback as movie theaters and gives a theater - like experience in your home, naturally reproducing the audio sound field. Use with Dolby Pro Logic program sources trademark such as video cassette tapes or laser discs. bearing the DOLBY 3 STEREO : Combining the rear speaker signal with that of the front speakers allows you to enjoy a regenerated sound field which has comparatively more presence and a more expansive feeling from the 3 front channels (front L,front R and center speakers) than that of ordinary stereo regeneration. Use with Dolby program sources bearing the trademark. Manufactured under licence from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works. 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved. THEATER : This mode provides the effect of being in a movie theater when watching a movie source that has a stereo sound track. HALL : This mode provides the ambience of a concert hall for classical music sources such as orchestral, chamber music or an instrumental solo. STADIUM : This mode provides the expansive sound field. For music sources like a rock concert, you will feel as if you were actually at the live concert. For sports programs such as a baseball game, you can enjoy a powerful sound, thus obtaining the true stadium effect. CHURCH: This mode provides the ambience of a church for baroque, string orchestral and choral group music.
If the subwoofer display goes off, repeat again from the above step 2.
The rear L and R volume levels are adjusted respectively during the test tone function and all together while enjoying surround sounds.
Checking the speaker setting
Cancel the test tone function.
Each time this button is pressed briefly, the setting of the center speaker, the rear speakers or the subwoofer is displayed. Check the delay time to be adjusted.
In DTS, Dolby Digital(AC -3), Dolby Pro Logic or Dolby 3 Stereo mode
Press the TEST TONE button to adjust the volume level of each speaker.
Test tone will be heard form each speaker for 2 seconds each as follows;
FRONT L CENTER FRONT R REAR R REAR L SUB
The delay time will be displayed for 5 seconds. In Dolby Digital(AC-3) mode, the corresponding delay time will be flickering. The center delay time can be adjustable only in Dolby Digital(AC-3) mode. The rear delay time can be adjustable only in Dolby Digital(AC-3) and Dolby Pro Logic modes.
The test tone will be heard from the subwoofer only when subwoofer is set to YES in the DTS mode and the Dolby Digital(AC-3) mode. Test tone is not heard from rear speakers in Dolby 3 Stereo mode. Test tone is not heard from the speaker of which the setting is adjusted to the NONE or the NO mode.
Adjuet the delay time.
In THEATER, HALL, STADIUM or CHURCH Mode
Adjust the volume level of the rear speakers relative to that of the front speakers.
Each time this button is pressed, the delay time changes in regular intervals. If the delay time disappears, start from the step 12 again.
Memorize the delay time.
Downmixing into 2 front channels
This function can be operated only when playing back the Dolby Digital(AC-3) program sources. During playback in the Dolby Digital(AC-3) mode, press the STEREO button.
In Dolby Pro Logic mode, the rear delay time can be memorized without pressing the DELAY TIME button.
In Dolby Digital(AC-3) mode, repeat the above steps 13 and 14 to adjust the rear delay time.
DIGITAL and ST indicators light up, meaning it enters the 2-CH downmix mode, and then the 5 discrete channels (front L, center,front R, rear L and rear R) are mixed down to 2 front channels. When playing back the Dolby Digital(AC-3) program sources in the normal stereo mode, it enters the 2-CH downmix mode automatically. When the settings of the center and rear speakers are adjusted to the NONE and NO modes respectively in the Dolby Digital(AC-3) mode, if playing back the Dolby Digital (AC-3) program sources, it can also enter the 2-CH downmix mode. When playback is stopped or interrupted, etc., the 2-CH downmix mode is not canceled but DIGITAL and STindicators goes off. To cancel the 2-CH downmix mode, select the desired surround mode.
Press the desired preset number. At the desired station, press this button again to stop scanning.
Example) For 3 : For 15 :
MEMORY BACKUP FUNCTION
The following items, set before the receiver is turned off, are memorized. INPUT SELECTOR settings VCR 1 REC SELECTOR settings Surround mode settings Preset stations Video labels, etc. Note:If the electricity fails or the AC input cord is disconnected for about 2 weeks, they are all cleared. So you should memorize them again.
When pressing the numeric buttons on the front panel without selecting the TUNER, the tuner will be selected automatically and the preset station will be tuned in.
The digital signals from the optical, coaxial or RF digital input can be heard but cannot be recorded.
Recording with TAPE 1
Recording with TAPE 2 MONITOR
Select the desired input as recording source except for TAPE1 and TAPE 2 MONITOR.
Select the desired input as recording source except for TAPE 2 MONITOR.
Be sure that the TAPE 2 MONITOR indicator goes off.
Set the TAPE 2 MONITOR button to on.
Start recording on the tape deck connected to TAPE 1.
Start play on the desired input.
Start recording on the tape deck connected to TAPE 2 MONITOR.
When the TAPE 1 is selected as recording source, dubbing will start from TAPE 1 to TAPE 2 MONITOR. It is not possible to dub from TAPE 2 MONITOR to TAPE 1. For tape 2 monitor function, refer to TAPE 2 MONITOR function on page 12.
RECORDING WITH VCR1
Dubbing from video components to VCR 1
Example) When dubbing from LD player to VCR 1 Select LDP as program source.
Listening to other audio inputs during dubbing
Example) When listening to CD during dubbing from LDP to VCR 1. Select CD as the program source being enjoyed.
PROGRAM SOURCE being enjoyed. Select LDP as recording source. Select LDP as recording source.
RECORDING SOURCE Each time this button is pressed, the recording source changes as follows; DVD LDP AUX SOURCE
Start recording on the VCR 1.
Start play on the LDP.
Start play on the CDP.
The audio and video signals from LDP will be dubbed onto the tape in VCR 1 and you can enjoy LDP on the TV set and from the speakers.
The audio and video signals from LDP will be dubbed onto the tape in VCR 1 and you can listen to CD.
Enjoying other video inputs during dubbing
Example) When viewing DVD on the TV set and hearing its sound from the speakers during dubbing from LDP to VCR 1. Select DVD as the program source.
Dubbing and enjoying the audio and video signals separately
Example) When dubbing and enjoying LD video signal and CD audio signal. Select SOURCE.
Select LDP as video source within 5 seconds.
Select LDP as recording source.
Start recording on the VCR 1. Memorize it within 5 seconds.
Start play on the DVD. Select CD as audio source within 5 seconds.
The audio and video signals from LDP will be dubbed onto the tape in VCR 1 and you can enjoy DVD.
VIDEO SOURCE AUDIO SOURCE
Start play on the CDP. In the above step, if 5 seconds elapses, repeat again from the step 1.
The audio signal from CDP and the video signal from LDP will be dubbed onto the tape in VCR 1 and you can enjoy them on the TV set and from the speakers.
Operating the sleep timer
The sleep timer allows the system to continue to operate for a specified period of time before automatically shutting off. To set the receiver to automatically turn off after the specified period of time.
Compressing the dynamic range (Dolby Digital (AC-3) mode only)
This function compresses the dynamic range of previously specified parts of the Dolby Digital (AC-3) sound track(with extremely high volume) to minimize the difference in volume between the specified and non-specified parts. This makes it easy to hear all of the sound track when watching movies at night at low levels.
Each time this button is pressed, the sleep time changes as follows ; 90 OFF Unit : Minutes Then the DYNAMIC RANGE indicator lights up. Press again to cancel. In some Dolby Digital(AC-3) softwares, this function may not be used. When the sleep time is selected, all display panels of Sherwood components connected by the DIGILINK are dimly lit.
Checking the brightness of the fluorescent displays
Each time this button is pressed, the brightness of all fluorescent displays of Sherwood components connected by the DIGI LINK III changes together as follows; ON dim OFF In the display OFF mode, when any button is pressed, the receiver switches to the display ON mode.
Entering video labels
This function can be operated only on video input sources such as DVD, LDP, VCR 1 and AUX/TV. Select the desired video input source to enter its label.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to memorize the rest of up to 8 characters. Note:All 9 charcters must be memorized.
Rectifying or clearing a video label
Select the desired video input source to be rectified or cleared.
Press the VIDEO LABELS button for more than 2 seconds.
Select the first character of the video label while the digit is flickering.
Repeat the steps 2~5 in Entering video labels procedure.
To clear a video label, make a blank on each digit, then the video label is cleared and its factory video input source will be displayed.
Each time the INPUT SELECTOR/INDEX knob is rotated, the characters changes as follows ; 26 Capital Letters : A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P QRSTUVWXYZ 10 Arabic Numerals : 9 Special Marks : Memorize it within 6 seconds.
If the MEMORY/ENTER button is pressed for more than 2 seconds on the character, a dot( ) will appear by the character. If the MEMORY/ENTER button is pressed without selecting the desired character, the digit will be blank. If 6 seconds elapses, repeat again from the step 2.
Using the OSD
This receiver incorporates an OSD (On screen display) function to provide information about basic operation of this receiver and to simplify the set-up procedures. The OSD function uses a monitor TV connected to this receiver as a display and has two kinds of display modes such as current status display and menu screen. Notes: When a monitor TV is connected to this receiver with the S-VIDEO cord, the OSD function is not available. If any on screen display is shown on the monitor TV while recording with VCR, the on screen display is not recorded. If the OSD button is pressed for more than 3 seconds, the present color system is shown on the fluorescent display. If it is different from yours, press the OSD button briefly to change to the NTSC color system and the MEMORY/ENTER button to memorize.
CURRENT STATUS DISPLAY
This mode shows the basic set-ups and the status during the operation of this receiver. The following items will be shown corresponding to each operation mode. The on screen display will automatically disappear in 3 sec. for power on or 10 sec. for other operations. When the power of this receiver is turned on or the OSD button is pressed. AUDIO SOURCE: PHONO VIDEO SOURCE: DVD VCR 1 REC OUT AUDIO: PHONO VIDEO: DVD SURROUND: DOLBY DIGITAL MASTER VOLUME Basic set-up display Whe the OSD button is pressed, the OSD indicator on the button lights up. When the surround (rear, center, subwoofer) levels are adjusted. MASTER VOLUME Volume display When the MUTE button on the remote control is pressed. When the (overal) volume is adjusted
RL:+1 dB RR: -2dB CENTER LEVEL: 0dB SUBWOOFER LEVEL: -10dB Surround level display When the TEST TONE button on the remote control is pressed. Mute display Wen the SLEEP button on the remote control is pressed.
SLEEP: 90 MIN Sleep display
Test tone disply
When selecting the desired surround mode or adjusting the delay time.
When selecting the desired input sonrce.
SURROUND: DOLBY DIGITAL DELAY TIME CENTER: 5 msec REAR: 20 msec
Surronnd mode and delay time display
AUDIO: PHONO VIDEO: DVD TAPE 2 MON: OFF
Input source display
This mode is used to set the input selector, the VCR 1 REC selector, the surround mode, the speaker mode and the test tone. ) buttons on the remote The menu screen operation is performed moving an arrow with the CURSOR control ( control. Turn the menu screen on Select the desired menu using the CURSOR UP( )or DOWN ( ) button.
MAIN MENU INPUT SELECTOR VCR1 REC SELECTOR SURROUND MODE SPEAKER MODE TEST TONE MENU OFF
Confirm your selection.
When selecting the INPUT SELECTOR
INPUT SELECTOR VIDEO: DVD AUDIO: PHONO TAPE2 MON: OFF
GO TO MAIN MENU
Then the items of the selected menu displays.
When selecting the VCR1 REC SELECTOR
When selecting the SURROUND MODE
VCR1 REC SELECTOR VIDEO: DVD AUDIO: PHONO
SURROUND MODE SURROUND: DOLBY DIGITAL DELAY TIME CENTER: 1 msec REAR: 5 msec
When selecting the SPEAKER MODE
When selecting the TEST TONE MODE
SPEAKER MODE CENTER: LARGE REAR:YES SUBWOOFER: OFF
TEST TONE RR:+1dB RL: 0dB CENTER:0dB SUBW: -5dB
RL SW RR
Select the desired item using the CURSOR UP( )or DOWN ( ) button and change the conditions of the items using the CURSOR LEFT ( )or RIGHT ( ) button.
When all the desired conditions have been made, select the GO TO MAIN MENU using the CURSOR UP( )or DOWN ( ) button and confirm your selection using the ENTER button.
Notes: In the SURROUND MODE, when a delay time shows indication, it can not be adjusted. In the TEST TONE mode, you can hear the test tone from each speaker using the CURSOR UP( )or DOWN ( ) button as well as the CURSOR LEFT ( )or RIGHT ( ) button. The test tone from a speaker can not be heard corresponding to the surround mode or the speaker setting. Repeat the above steps 2~5 to change the conditions of the items in another menu.
Then the MAIN MENU will be displayed. When all the conditions in the desired menu have been made, select the MENU OFF using the CURSOR UP( ) or DOWN ( )button and confirm your selection using the ENTER button.
Noise is caused by motors, fluorescent lamps or lightning, etc. Batteries are not loaded or exhausted. The remote sensor is obstructed. DIGI LINK connections are not made properly. Mulfunction due to external influences such as static electricity, etc.
Clear it using To clear a video label (Refer to Rectifying or clearing a video label on page 25)
Power output, stereo mode, 8 , THD 0.2%, 20 Hz~20 kHz...W Total harmonic distortion, 8 , 100 W, 1 kHz....0.09 % Intermodulation distortion 60 Hz: 7 kHz= 4:1 SMPTE, 8 ,100 W.....0.1 % Input sensitivity, 47 k Phono......3.5 mV Line (CD, TAPE, VIDEO).....200 mV Signal to noise ratio, IHF A weighted Phono.....72 dB Line (CD, TAPE, VIDEO).....95 dB Frequency response Line (CD, TAPE, VIDEO), 10 Hz~80 kHz....+ 0 dB, -3 dB Output level TAPE REC, 2.2 k.....200 mV PRE OUT(Front, center, rear, Subwoofer), 1 k....950 mV Bass/Treble control, 100 Hz/10 kHz..... 10 dB Surround mode, only channel driven Front power output, 8 , 1 kHz....W Center power output, 8 , 1 kHz.....100 W Rear power output, 8 , 1 kHz.....W
DIGITAL AUDIO SECTION
Sampling frequency....32,44.1,48 kHz Digital input level Coaxial, 75 ......0.5 Vp-p Optical, 660 nm.....-15~-21 dBm
FM TUNER SECTION
Tuning frequency range.....87.5~107.9 MHz Usable sensitivity, THD 3%, S/N 30 dB.....11.2 dBf 50 dB quieting sensitivity, mono/stereo....15.2/38.2 dBf Signal to noise ratio, 65 dBf, mono/stereo....70/65 dB Total harmonic distortion, 65 dBf,1 kHz, mono/stereo...0.5/0.8% Frequency response, 30 Hz~15 kHz.... 1.5 dB Stereo separation, 1 kHz.....50 dB Capture ratio.....1.25 dB IF rejection ratio..... 120 dB
AM TUNER SECTION
Tuning frequency range....520~1710 kHz Usable sensitivity, 400 mV/m....12.5 mV Signal to noise ratio, 80 dB/m....51 dB Selectivity.....30 dB
Power supply.....AC 120 V, 60 Hz Power consumption......4 A Switched AC outlet.... TOTAL 1A, 100W max. Dimensions (W H D)...380 mm(17-3/8 5-1/inches) Weight (Net).....16.3 kg(35.9 lbs) Note: Design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvements.
Set-up Code Tables
AUDIO(Receivers, Preamplifiers, Surround processors, etc.)
SHERWOOD SONY SOUNDESIGN SOUNDSTREAM SSI SUMO TAEKWANG TEAC TECHNICS THETA DIGITAL TOSHIBA WARDS YAMAHA ZENITH
ADCOM AIWA AKAI AMC ANAM ANGSTROM ARCAM AUDIO ACCESS AUDIO ALCHEMY AUDIO DESIGN AUDIO MATRIX AUDIO FILE AUDIO TECHNICA B&K BOSE CARVER CASIO CHIRO CINEMA SOUND CITATION CLARION CURTIS MATHES DENON ENLIGHTENED AUDIO FISHER FOSGATE GE GOLDSTAR HARMAN KARDON HITACHI INKEL JC PENNEY JENSEN JVC KENWOOD KRELL KYOCERA LEXICON LINN LUXMAN LXI MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MCINTOSH MCS MERIDIAN MITSUBISHI MONDIAL NAD NAKAMICHI NEC ONKYO OPTIMUS PANASONIC PARASOUND PHILPS PIONEER PROCEED RCA REALISTIC ROTEL SAMSUNG SANSUI SANYO SCOTT SEARS SHARP
CD (Compact disc players, Mult.-disc changers, etc.)
ADCOM AIWA AKAI AMC ARCAM AUDIO ACCESS AUDIO FILE AUDIO TECHNICA BSR CALIFORNIA AUDIO CAPETRONIC CARRERA CARVER CASIO CLARINETTE CREEK CROWN DENON EMERSON FISHER FRABA FUNAI GENEXXA GOLDSTAR HAITAI HARMAN KARDON HITACHI INKEL JC PENNY JENSEN JVC KENWOOD KOSS KRELL KYOCERA LOTTE LUXMAN LXI MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MCINTOSH MCS MEMOREX MERIDIAN MGA MISSION MITSUBISHI MITSUMI MODULAIRE MONDIAL NAD
NAKAMICHI NEC NIKKO NSM ONKYO OPTIMUS PANASONIC PARASOUND PHILIPS PIONEER PROCEED PROTON QUASAR RADIO SHACK RCA RCX REALISTIC ROTEL RUNCO SAE SAMSUNG SANSUI SANYO SCOTT SHARP SHERWOOD SIGNATURE SONY SOUNDESIGN SUMO SYLVANIA SYMPHONIC TAEKWANG TANDY TEAC TECHNICS TECHWOOD THETA DIGITAL TOSHIBA VECTOR RESEARCH VICTO WARDS YAMAHA YORX
MARANTZ MCINTOSH MITSUBISHI NAD NAKAMICHI ONKYO OPTIMUS PANASONIC PHILIPS PIONEER QUASAR SANSUI SHARP SHERWOOD SONY TEAC TECHNICS TOSHIBA VICTOR YAMAHA
AUX(Home theater control devices, etc.)
3M AIWA AKAI ARCHER DENON DMX DWIN EXTRON FAROUDJA GE GOLDSTAR HITACHI JVC LUTRON MERIDIAN MAGNAVOX MITSUBISHI NILES NSM ONKYO PANASONIC PHILIPS PIONEER POLKAUDIO PROSCAN RCA SAMSUMG SANYO SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA SONY THOMPSON TOSHIBA TURBOSCAN X-10 XANTECH YAMAHA ZENITH
TAPE(Tape decks, Laser disc players, DVD, etc.)
AIWA CARVER DENON FISHER GOLDSTAR HARMAN KARDON JVC KENWOOD LINN LUXMAN MAGNAVOX
SATELLITE ( Satellite receivers, etc.)
TV (TVs, Monitors, Video/LCD projectors, etc.)
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VCR (VCRs, etc.)
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CABLE (Cable boxes, Internet set-tops, etc.)
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Home Theater Master
Universal Remote Control
SL-8000 Operating Manual
Table of Contents
Introduction Battery Installation A. To Open and Close Battery Compartment Cover B. Low Battery Message Using Your Remote Control A. Function Table Reference Function Tables B. Preprogrammed Set Up Three Digit Code Method Auto Search Method Recalling the Set Up Code Number C. Operation Device Buttons Main Device Mode Automatic Audio Mode Backlighting Advanced Features A. Punch Through Controls Volume Punch Through Channel Punch Through Transport Punch Through B. Memory Buttons Programming Memory Buttons Erasing Memory Buttons C. Changing the LCD Display D. Programming a Second TV, VCR, etc. to other Device Buttons Warranty and Specifications Glossary Appendix Assignment of Audio/Video Equipment Set Up Code Tables Audio Satellite TV VCR Cable CD DVD AUX 49
The Home Theater Master SL-8000 remote control is preprogrammed to operate over 1,000 Audio and Video components so that you can set it up by simply punching in a three digit code number that matches your equipment. The Home Theater Master SL-8000 remote control operates up to eight different audio and video devices in your home entertainment system. They are listed below: TVs, Monitors, Video/LCD Projectors VCRs, TV/VCR combination units Cable boxes, Internet set-tops Satellite receivers - DSS, Primestar, Dish, DBS, C-Band Audio receivers, Preamplifiers, Surround processors Compact disc players, Multi-Disc changers DVD, Laser disc players, Cassette decks Cassette Tape Players, DAT, MiniDisc, Switchers, Lighting, Home Control Devices, and Line Doublers
Setting up the remote control to work with your equipment is simple. The remote control also has many advanced features that can add ease and enjoyment to the operation of your home entertainment system. Please follow the instructions in this manual, and retain the manual for future reference. For any questions or comments about this remote control, please contact Universal Remote Control, Inc., 271 North Avenue, New Rochelle, NY 10801, or call (914) 235-2610. Service hours are 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM EST, Monday- Friday.
This remote control uses four AAA 1.5 V batteries. Please be sure to match the batteries with the (+) and () markings inside the battery compartment during installation.
A: To Open and Close the Battery Compartment Cover
1 To open the battery cover, push the latch forward toward
the top of the remote control, and lift the latch up.
2 To close the battery cover, slide the battery cover straight
back in (toward the top of the remote) and push down until it clicks into place.
B: Low Battery Message
When the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) flashes L__BAT, the batteries should be replaced. Note: Batteries should last about 6 months under normal conditions. The SL-8000 remote control will retain its programmed memory for up to one year after the batteries are removed and up to ten years after the batteries go dead.
Using Your Remote
A: Function Table Reference
MUTE T/ V
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Device Name Power Mute T/V Input VOL Up VOL Down CH Up CH Down Up/Pause Down/Stop Right/F.F. Left/Rew Sel/Play Guide/I<< Menu/>>I Exit/Rec Pre. Ch./Eject 10 10+ Enter/Shift Fav/Sleep Info/Pro. L. Next/3 Ch. Alt/Test Tuner CD Tape 1 Tape 2 Phono VCR1 VCR2/SAT LD/DVD Aux TV M1 M2 M3 M4 Light
AUDIO (ON) On/Off (OFF) Mute Band/FM Vol Up Vol Down Preset + Preset Center + Center Rear + Rear Select/Sub.Bass Display Surround Delay Delay+ 10 Plus 10 Shift Sleep Pro. Logic 3 Ch. Test Tone Tuner/AM/FM CD Tape 1 Tape 2 Phono VCR1 VCR2 LD/DVD Aux TV
SAT (ON) On/Off (OFF) Mute TV/SAT Vol Up Vol Down Ch. Up Ch. Down Up Down Right Left Select Guide Menu Exit/Cancel Prev. Ch. 10 Enter Fav Info/Fetch Next Prog. Alt. Audio
TV (ON) On/Off (OFF) Mute TV/Video Vol Up Vol Down Ch. Up Ch. Down Up Down Right/Picture Left/Audio Select/Enter Display/Recall Menu Exit/Clear Q. View/Last Ch. 10 100/Ch. Scan Ch. Scan Sleep Caption Ant Reset PIP On/Auto Ch. PIP Swap, Add PIP Freeze/Delete PIP Off/Position TV/CATV Auto Add Delete
VCR (ON) On/Off (OFF) Mute VCR/TV Vol Up Vol Down Ch Up Ch Down Pause Stop Fast Forward Rewind Play F. Adv./Slow< X2/Intro/Slow> Record Eject Enter Program Display C-Counter Reset Auto Ch Add + Delete Tape Speed VCR Plus Tracking + Tracking Auto Tracking Slow Slow + Index QTR On QTR Off Edit
CABLE (ON) On/Off (OFF) Mute Switch/A/B Vol Up Vol Down Ch Up Ch Down Up/Fine + Down/Fine Right/Fine R Left/Fine L Select Guide/Recall Menu Exit Prev. Ch 10 */Help Enter/Memory Fav Info PPV/Buy P/Delete Page Page + Day -. Day + Record
CD (ON) On/Off (OFF) Mute/Fader Random Vol Up Vol Down Track +/Skip + Track-/Skip Pause Stop FF/Search + REW/Search Play Search Search + Eject/Intro 10 Plus 10 Disc Program Display Repeat Clear Disc 1 Disc 2 Disc 3 Disc 4 Disc 5 A-B Time Intro Edit
DVD (ON) On/Off (OFF)
TAPE (ON) On/Off (OFF) Mute/Rec Mute
Skip >>I Skip I<< Pause Stop F.F. REW Play Set Up Menu Clear Open/Close 10 10+ Enter Return Display Sub. On/Off Audio Up Down Select Angle Slow Left Right Subtitle Repeat Random A/B Repeat T Title Memory
Pause Stop F.F. REW Play Deck A Deck B Record Rev. Play Deck A Deck B
REW For. Play F.F. Stop REV. Play Pause Record
B: Preprogrammed Set Up
The Home Theater Master universal remote control can operate up to eight separate audio and video devices (equipment). To program the remote control for your devices, please use the following steps:
Three Digit Code Method 1 Turn on the device you would like the remote control to
operate, either manually or with your original remote control.
2 Find the three digit Set-Up Code number for your
device from the tables on pages (33~50). Example: To set up the remote to operate with a ZENITH TV, go to the TV Set-Up Code table found on pages (38 40) and look for ZENITH under the Manufacturer/Brand column. You will find that the Set-Up Code numbers for ZENITH TVs are 072, 073, 095, 103 and 157.
3 Press the corresponding Device Button (TV, VCR, SAT,
CBL, AUD, CD, DVD, or AUX) and the MUTE button on the remote control simultaneously. SET will appear in the LCD.
AUD CD DVD AUX
SAT TV VCR CBL
Example: To set-up the remote to operate a TV, press the TV Device Button and the Mute button, simultaneously.
R R E E W W
F.F. F F
Note: SET appears in the LCD for 20 seconds to indicate that the remote control is ready to be programmed. The following steps must be entered while SET appears in the LCD.
4 Point the remote control toward the device that was
turned on in Step 1 and press in the first three-digit SetUp Code number for that device using the number buttons (0-9) on the remote control. SET followed by the number will appear in the LCD. Your device will turn off when the correct Set-Up Code number has been selected. If the device does not turn off, press in the next Set-Up Code number from the listing. Continue to select Set-Up Code numbers until your device turns off, before you proceed to Step 5. Note: If you have tried all of the three digit Set-Up Code numbers listed for your device and it still did not turn off, please proceed to the Auto Search Method on page (10) to program your remote control.
5 Once your device turns off, press the Device Button
selected in Step 3 once again to store the Set-Up Code number. PASS will flash in the LCD.
6 Test the remote control for your device. Try the POWER,
CHANNEL UP AND DOWN, VOLUME UP AND DOWN buttons, etc. If any of the buttons do not perform as they should, please repeat the set-up from Step 1 using the next Set-Up Code number for your device. Note: Some audio/video devices have separate buttons for POWER ON and POWER OFF. To operate these devices on the remote, press the corresponding DEVICE Button to turn the equipment ON and press the POWER button to turn the equipment OFF.
7 Please repeat the above steps to program the remote
control for each of your other devices.
Auto Search Method
Please use this method if none of the Set-Up Code numbers worked for your device during the standard set-up procedure or if the manufacturer or brand for your device is not listed in Set-Up Code Tables.
1 Turn on the device you would like the remote control to
2 Press the corresponding Device Button (TV, VCR, SAT,
CBL, AUD, CD, DVD, or AUX) and the MUTE button, simultaneously. SET will appear in the LCD.
AUD AUD CD CD DVD DVD AUX AUX
SAT SAT TV TV VCR VCR CBL CBL
T/ V T/ V
3 Point the remote control toward the device and press the
PRE. PRE. CH CH
CHANNEL UP button on the remote control. Each but3 ton press sends the1 signal for one Set-Up Code number. Keeping the CHANNEL5 UP6 button pressed produces a quick scanning of the Set-Up99 Code numbers. Release the CHANNEL UP button as soon as the device ++turns off. Please confirm that you have the correct code by pressing the MUTE button on the remote. You should be able to turn your device on and off with this button.
TAPE2 PHONO TAPE2 PHONO
VCR1 VCR2/SAT LDP VCR1 VCR2/SAT LDP
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If you pass the correct Set-Up Code number, you can return to it by pressing the CHANNEL DOWN button, one Set-Up Code number at a time, until your device turns back on. Note: During programming, the signal for POWER ON and POWER OFF is located on the MUTE button. For devices that use separate POWER ON and POWER OFF buttons, pressing the MUTE button on the remote control during programming will only turn the device OFF.
4 Once the correct code is confirmed, press the Device
Button to store the Set-Up Code number. PASS will appear in the LCD.
5 Test the remote control for your device. Try the POWER,
6 Please repeat the above steps to program the remote
Recalling the Set-Up Code Number
To display the three digit Set-Up Code number that was stored for a device.
1 Press the Device Button and the MUTE button, simultaneously. SET will appear in the LCD.
2 Press the T/V button. The LCD will quickly flash the
three digit Set-Up Code number that was stored for your device in that mode.
3 Please write your Set-Up Code numbers in the chart
below, for future reference.
Set-Up Code Numbers: Audio SAT TV VCR Cable CD DVD AUX
After you have programmed the remote control for your equipment, use the following procedures to operate your home entertainment system:
1 Press the Device Button that you wish to operate: e.g. to
operate a TV, press the TV Device Button; to operate a VCR, press the VCR Device Button, etc.
2 Aim the remote control at the device and press the
POWER button to turn on the device.
3 Press the buttons that send out the commands you
desire. Note: Some audio/video devices have separate buttons for POWER ON and POWER OFF. To operate these devices on the remote, press the corresponding DEVICE Button to turn the equipment ON and press the POWER button to turn the equipment OFF. Please try all the functions of this remote control with your equipment. The most common functions are labeled on the remote. However, some of the secondary functions might be stored under a button that has a different name from the one on your original remote control. Please refer to the Function Tables on pages (5 - 7) for details.
Any press of a Device button at the top of the remote control can perform the following functions:
1 Changes the Device mode on the SL-8000 remote control. 2 Sends out a preprogrammed POWER ON command for a
AUD AUD CD CD DVD DVD AUX AUX SAT SAT TV TV VCR VCR CBL CBL
Device, if applicable.
3 Sends out a joined selection. 4 Toggles between the Main Device mode and the Automatic
MUTE MUTE T/ V T/ V
Audio mode if the Automatic Audio Mode is active.
GUIDE GUIDE MENU MENU
Joining to Device Buttons
F F. F F
The 10 preprogrammed Audio input selects and the keypad buttons 0-9 found on the SL-8000 in the AUDIO Device mode can be joined to individual Device buttons. Once joined, any press of 1 the Device button will also emit the joined command.
VCR ENTER ENTER
TUNER TUNER MUTE TAPE1 CD TAPE1 CD T/ V
Audio Input Buttons
VCR1 VCR2/SAT LDP AUX VCR1 VCR2/SAT LDP AUX GUIDE M1 M2 M3 M1 M2 M3
TV TV MENU M4 M4
Setting Up: 1 Press the AUDIO and ENTER buttons simultaneously on
LIGHT LIGHT SEL
the remote control. JOIN will appear in the LCD.
2 Press the Device button that you would like to assign a
joined function. CLEAR will flash and INPUT will then 3 appear in the LCD.
3 Select a button to be joined from the remote control, e.g. ,
7 VCR1, VCR2, CD, etc. or 81, 1, 9 etc.). The LCD will display 2 IN_XX indicating +10 0Audio input selected (IN_V1, the IN_V2, IN_CD, etc. or IN_0, IN_1, IN_2 etc.) and then JOIN.
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A: Assignment of Audio/Video Equipment
Please use the following listing to locate the correct Set-Up Code Tables for your equipment: AUDIO Set-Up Code Table: Audio Receivers, Preamplifiers, Surround Processors Satellite Set-Up Code Table: DSS, Primestar, DBS, Echostar, C Band receivers TV Set-Up Code Table: TVs, Monitors, Video/LCD Projectors VCR Set-Up Code Table: VCRs, TV/VCR combination units CABLE Set-Up Code Table: Cable Boxes, Internet/TV Set-Tops CD Set-Up Code Table: CD Players, CD Changers DVD Set-Up Code Table: DVD Players, Laser Disc AUX Set-Up Code Table: Cassette Tape Players, DAT systems, MiniDisc, Switchers, Lighting, Home Control Devices, and Line Doublers
Punch Through Advanced feature that enables you to operate Volume, Channel or Transport Control functions of one device while in another mode. Example: Audio Volume Control Punch Through gives you the ability to raise, lower and mute your Audio receiver volume while operating the remote control in the TV mode. Set-Up Code Number The three-digit number that is used to program the remote control for your particular manufacturer or brand of audio/ video equipment. Set-Up Code numbers are located in tables in the appendix on pages 33 - 50 of the instruction manual. Set-Up Code numbers are categorized by type of device, e.g. TV, VCR, Audio, CD, DVD, Cable, AUX and Satellite. More than one Set-Up Code number may work with your device. You should test the functions for each of the Set-Up Code numbers that work with your device to determine the best Set-Up Code number for your particular device. Note: Some devices, such as CD players and DVD Decks that do not have POWER buttons on their original remote controls, may not shut off during programming. For these devices, it may be necessary to first store the Set-Up Code number and then test functions like PLAY, STOP, etc., to determine if the correct SetUp Code number has been selected. Transport Control Buttons that correspond to the PLAY, STOP, REWIND, FAST FORWARD, PAUSE, SEARCH/SKIP and RECORD functions on your audio/video equipment.
4 Press the ENTER button. SAVE will flash twice and the
LCD will return to AUDIO indicating that the joined function has been stored. Every time that the Device button is pressed it will also emit the joined function. To erase a joined function from a Device button:
1 Press the AUDIO and ENTER buttons simultaneously on
2 Press the Device button that you would like to erase a
joined function. CLEAR will flash and INPUT will then appear in the LCD.
3 Press the ENTER button. The LCD will flash SAVE twice
and return to AUDIO indicating that the join has been erased.
Main Device Mode
When the main device is displayed in the LCD, the SL-8000 will perform all of the preprogrammed, joined and punch through features for that device mode.
Automatic Audio Mode
The remote is defaulted to the Automatic Audio. When the remote control is in this mode, pressing a Device button a second time will display A_XXX in the LCD indicating that the Volume and Mute controls of the device programmed into the Audio mode of the SL-8000 is active, while full function control of all other buttons of the current Device mode is maintained.
After you set-up the remote control to operate your equipment, you can also program advanced features on the remote control. The advanced features are designed to enhance the use of the remote control with your home entertainment system.
A: Punch Throughs
Volume Control Punch Through
You can program the remote control so that either the AUDIO or TV Volume Control (VOLUME UP, DOWN AND MUTE) will also operate in other modes on the remote control. Example: Raise, lower and mute the VOLUME of your Audio receiver while the remote control is in the Satellite mode. Note: When this feature is active, the AUDIO or TV VOLUME and MUTE will override any existing volume controls in that mode.
To Set-Up: 1 Select the mode that you wish to program for Volume
Control Punch Through.
2 Press the corresponding Device Button and the MUTE
button simultaneously. SET will appear in the LCD.
3 Press the VOLUME UP button. PUNCH will appear
in the LCD.
4 Press either the AUDIO Device Button to set-up for Audio
Volume Control or the TV Device Button to set-up for TV Volume Control. AUDIO or TV will flash in the LCD, depending on which Device Button was selected. AUDIO or TV Volume Control will now override the original VOLUME and MUTE in this mode.
Cursor Control Buttons that correspond to the UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, SELECT, GUIDE, MENU and EXIT functions of your audio/video equipment. Device Audio or video equipment, e.g. Television, VCR, Cable box, Audio receiver, Satellite receiver, etc. Device Button Any of the eight buttons located at the top of the remote control labeled AUD, CD, DVD, AUX, SAT, TV, VCR and CBL. Device Buttons are used to select modes of operation and to program the remote control. Joining Transfer of a function from the AUDIO input selects and keypad(0-9) on the SL-8000 to a Device button at the top of the remote control. LCD Liquid crystal display window located at the top of the remote control. During normal operation the LCD indicates the mode. The LCD also indicates the remotes programming status. Memory Buttons Buttons labeled M1, M2, M3, M4, and POWER. These buttons can be programmed to store Favorite Channels, Macro Commands, or to relocate functions from one mode to another. Modes Modes correspond to Device Button selections. Modes are displayed in the LCD as AUDIO, CD, DVD, AUX, SAT, TV, VCR and CABLE. Modes indicate the type of device the remote control is currently operating.
The Home Theater Master SL-8000 remote control comes with a one-year warranty from the date of purchase.
Model SL-8000, infrared remote control. Power Four 1.5 V AAA Batteries. Dimensions (h/w/d) 8.88 x 2.5 x 1.25 inches Weight 6.5 oz. (with batteries)
To Return to the Original Setting: 1 Select the mode that you want to turn off the Volume
3 Press the VOLUME UP button. PUNCH will appear in
4 Press the Device Button again. The DEVICE Mode will
flash in the LCD. The AUDIO or TV Volume Control Punch Through is now turned off. The VOLUME and MUTE of the original device will operate on the remote control.
Channel Control Punch Through
You can program the remote so that either the SAT or Cable Channel Controls (CHANNEL UP and DOWN) will also operate in other modes on the remote control. Example: Change CHANNELS UP and DOWN on your cable box while the remote is in the TV mode. Note: When this feature is active, SAT or Cable CHANNEL UP and DOWN will override any existing channel controls in that mode.
To Set-Up: 1 Select the mode that you wish to program for Channel
3 Press the VOLUME DOWN button. PUNCH will appear
4 Press either the SAT Device Button to set-up for SAT
Channel Control or the CBL Device Button to set-up for Cable Channel Control. Either SAT or CBL will flash in the LCD, depending on the Device Button selected. SAT or Cable Channel Controls will now override the original CHANNEL UP and DOWN in this mode.
To Return to the Original Setting: 1 Select the mode that you want to turn off the Channel
button, simultaneously. SET will appear in the LCD.
4 Press the same Device Button again. The DEVICE Mode
will flash in the LCD. The SAT or Cable Channel Control Punch Through is now turned off. The CHANNEL UP and DOWN of the original device will now operate on the remote control.
Your device will turn off when the correct Set-Up Code number has been selected. If it does not turn off, select the next Set-Up Code number from the table, and press in that code number. When your device turns off, proceed to Step 6.
6 Press the Device Button that was selected in Step 2.
to store the Set-Up Code number. PASS will flash in the LCD to confirm the programming. The second device can now be operated by pressing the assigned Device Button and using the buttons within this mode.
LCD Displays in the Automatic Audio Mode
A_TV A_DVD A_AM2 A_PRJ A_AV A_VCR A_AUX A_TA1 A_AX2 A_TAP A_CAB A_TV2 A_TA2 A_LD A_DAB A_SAT A_VC2 A_WEB A_A2 AUDIO A_TUN A_SUR A_LIT A_CD A_AM1 A_DAT A_DSS
D: Programming a Second TV, VCR, etc. to Other Device Buttons.
This feature is used to program the remote control for two or more TVs, VCRs, etc., or to program a device into a mode with a different Device Button name. You can store the three-digit Set-Up Code number for any device into any other unused Device Button. Example: If your home entertainment system contains two VCRs. First, using the VCR Device button, program the remote via standard set-up to operate the first VCR. Then, program your second VCR into a Device Button that is not being used, e.g., AUX using this method.
C. Changing the LCD Display
Twenty-seven different LCD displays can be selected for each Device mode of the remote control. To select an alternate LCD display, please use the following procedure:
1 Press and hold the Device button for which you would
like to change the LCD setting.
2 While pressing the Device button, press and release the
MENU button. Each time the MENU button is pressed, the LCD will show one of twenty-seven displays.
3 Release the Device button when you find the new LCD
display you wish to assign to the Device mode.
PL AY PLAY
Choice of LCD Displays
TV DVD AMP2 PROJE AV VCR AUX TAPE1 AUX2 TAPE
AUDIO TUNER SURR LIGHT
CD AMP1 DAT DSS
1 Press the Audio Device Button and the MUTE button
simultaneously. SET will appear in the LCD.
2 Press Memory Button M2. M2_ # # will appear in the LCD. 3 Press the MUTE button (to turn on the Audio receiver)
M2__01 will appear in the LCD. Press the TV Device Button (to change to the TV mode) M2__02 will appear in the LCD. Press the MUTE button (to turn on the TV) M2__03 will appear in the LCD. Press the VCR Device Button (to change to the VCR mode) M2__04 will appear in the LCD. Press the MUTE button (to turn on the VCR) M2__05 will appear in the LCD. Press the SAT Device Button (to change to SAT mode) M2__06 will appear in the LCD. Press the MUTE button (to turn on the Satellite receiver) M2__07 will appear in the LCD.
Power On/Off is located on the MUTE button during the programming mode.
4 Press the CHANNEL UP button. SAVE will flash in the
LCD, and the remote will return to the AUDIO mode.
Erasing Memory Buttons 1 Select the mode (AUD or SAT) in which you want to
erase the Memory Button.
2 Press the corresponding Device Button (AUD or SAT) and
MUTE button, simultaneously. SET will appear in the LCD. Press the Memory Button to be erased. M(1-5)_# # will appear in the LCD.
3 Press the CHANNEL UP button. SAVE will flash in the
LCD. The Memory Button is now erased. Note: Any previously stored commands on a Memory Button will be erased when new commands are stored on the same Memory Button.
B: Memory Buttons
There are five memory buttons (M1~M4, Power) that are designed to store up to 15 commands in each button. Pressing any one of the memory button will send out the series of commands that are stored in the button.
You can either turn on or off up to eight devices by storing CH CH VOL VOL Power on/off commands or use it to select the favorite channels by storing channel numbers into the button. You can also combine Power on/off, select favorite channel and any of the features in the remote control to these buttons.
You can program any of the memory buttons (M1~M4, Power) in AUD mode and it will send out the stored commands in Audio, CD, DVD and AUX modes. You can also program the memory 1 buttons 3in SAT mode and it will send out the stored commands in Satellite, TV, VCR and CBL modes.
FAV FAV AUX
INFO INFO CBL
ENTER ENTER VOL
ALT ALT CH
MUTE PIP T/ V PIP
TUNER TUNER GUIDE
MENU Memory Buttons
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Macro Commands: Memory Buttons can store and emit up 15 commands including multiple Power On/Off sequences.
Example: In the Audio mode, the POWER Memory Button can be programmed to turn on the TV, turn on the Audio receiver, turn on the VCR and turn on the Satellite receiver with one button push. Note: The MUTE buttons is used to designate POWER commands during Memory Button programming. See the Example: Memory Button Programming for further description.
Favorite Channels: Memory Buttons can provide direct access to your channels with one button push.
Example: In the SAT device mode each of the Memory Buttons M1, M2, M3, M4 can provide direct access to a different satellite channel by sending out the three digit channel number for that channel to your satellite receiver with one button push.
Programming Memory Buttons: 1 Select the section that you wish to program the Memory
Button in by pressing the corresponding Device Button (AUD, or SAT) and MUTE button, simultaneously. SET will appear in the LCD.
2 Press one of the Memory Buttons (M1, M2, M3, M4, or
POWER) into which you wish to store the functions. M(1-5)_# # will appear in the LCD.
3 Press in up to fifteen commands that you want stored in
that Memory button. Each successive button selection will appear as M(1-5)__(01-15) in the LCD. You can select functions from another mode by first pressing the corresponding Device Button and then the buttons where those functions are located in that mode. The pressing a Device Button also counts as one command. Note: Each insertion of a Device Button adds a 1/2 second delay to the command sequence.
4 Press the CHANNEL UP button to store your selections.
SAVE will flash three times in the LCD to confirm the programming. Note: It can take up to 15 seconds to send out 15 commands from a memory button. Please continue to point the remote control at the device(s) until all the commands on the Memory Button have been sent out. This will ensure that all the commands are received by the device(s).
Example: Memory Button Programming.
To program Memory Button M2 in the Audio mode to send the following commands: turn on the Audio receiver, turn on the TV, turn on the VCR, and turn on the satellite receiver.
No IR commands are emitted during the second press of a Device button when the remote is in the Automatic Audio mode. Pressing the Device button again will return the remote to the Main Device Mode. To Delete the Automatic Audio for a Device mode:
1 Press and hold the AUDIO Device button and the LIGHT
button simultaneously. A_SET will appear in the LCD.
2 Press the Device button corresponding to the Device mode
to be deleted for Automatic Audio. E.g. VCR, CD etc. A_OFF will appear in the LCD indicating the deleted status of the automatic Audio mode for the Device mode.
3 Press the ENTER button to store the programming.
SAVE will flash in the LCD and then return to AUDIO. To Return to Automatic Audio for a Device mode:
to be added for Automatic Audio. E.g. VCR, CD etc. A_ON will appear in the LCD indicating the active status of the Automatic Audio mode for the Device mode.
3 Press ENTER to store the programming. SAVE will flash
in the LCD and then return to AUDIO.
All the buttons and the LCD on the SL-8000 are back-lit for 7 seconds when the LIGHT button is pressed. The backlight is extended an additional 7 seconds with any button press while the backlight is on.
Set-Up Code Tables
3M AIWA ARCHER AUTON CARVER DENON DMX DRAPER SCREEN DWIN EVERQUEST EXTRON FAROUDJA FISHER FUJI GOLDSTAR HARMAN KARDON JERROLD JVC KENWOOD LINN LITE-TECH LUTRON LUXMAN MAGNAVOX MAKITA MARANTZ MCINTOSH MINDPATH MITSUBISHI NAD NAKAMICHI NILES NSM ONKYO OPTIMUS PANASONIC PHILIPS PIONEER POLKAUDIO QUASAR REPLAY
Set-Up Code Number
REGAL REGENCY SAMSUNG SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA SIGNAL SIGNATURE SL MARX SONY SPRUCER STARCOM STARGATE TADIRAN TOCOM TOSHIBA UNIKA UNITED CABLE UNIVERSAL VIEWSTAR ZENITH
ABC AMERICAST ANTRONIX ARCHER BELL SOUTH CENTURION CENTURY CITIZEN COMBANO COMSAT COMTRONICS DIGICABLE EAGLE EASTERN ECHOSTAR ELECTRICORD GEMINI GENERAL ELECTRIC GENERAL INSTRUMENT GNC GOLDEN CHANNEL HAMLIN HITACHI JERROLD MAGNAVOX MEMOREX MITSUBISHI M-NET MOVIE TIME NOVAPLEX NSC OAK PANASONIC PARAGON PHILIPS PIONEER PRUCER PTS PULSAR RCA RECOTON
THOMAS TMK TOSHIBA TOTEVISION UNITECH VECTOR RESEARCH VICTOR VIDEO CONCEPTS VIDEOSONIC WARDS YAMAHA ZENITH
MITSUBISHI MTC MULTITECH NEC NORDMENDE OPTONICA ORION PANASONIC PENTAX PHILCO PHILIPS PILOT PIONEER PORTLAND PULSAR QUARTZ QUASAR RADIO SHACK RCA REALISTIC RICO RUNCO SALORA SAMSUNG SANSUI SANYO SCOTT SEARS SHARP SHINTOM SIGNATURE SONY SOUNDESIGN STS SYLVANIA SYMPHONIC TANDY TATUNG TEAC TECHNICS TEKNIKA
AIWA AKAI AMPRO ANAM AUDIO DYNAMICS BROOKSONIC CANON CAPEHART CRAIG CURTIS MATHES DAEWOO DAYTRON DBX DYNATECH ELECTROHOME EMERSON FISHER FUNAI GE GO VIDEO GOLDSTAR HARMAN KARDON HITACHI INSTANTREPLAY JCL JCPENNY JENSEN JVC KENWOOD LLOYD LXI MAGIN MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MARTA MATSUI MEI MEMOREX MGA MINOLTA
SAMPO SAMSUNG SANYO SCOTT SEARS SELECO SHARP SIEMENS SIGNATURE SONY SOUNDESIGN SPECTRICON SSS SUPRE MACY SYLVANIA TANDY TATUNG TECHNICS TECHWOOD TEKNIKA TELEFUNKEN TELERENT TERA TMK TOSHIBA TOTEVISION UNIVERSAL VIDEO CONCEPTS VIDIKRON VIDTECH WARDS WESTING HOUSE YAMAHA YORK YUPITERU ZENITH ZONDA
JCPENNY JENSEN JVC KEC KENWOOD KLOSS KMC KTV LODGENET LOGIK LUXMAN LXI MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MATSUI MEMOREX METZ MGA MINERVA MITSUBISHI MTC NAD NEC NIKEI ONKING ONWA OPTONICA ORION PANASONIC PHILCO PHILIPS PIONEER PORTLAND PROSCAN PROTON QUASAR RADIO SHACK RCA REALISTIC ROCTEC RUNCO
ADMIRAL AKAI AMARK AMPRO AMSTRAD ANAM AOC AUDIOVOX BLAUPUNKT CANDLE CAPEHART CETRONIC CITIZEN CLASSIC CONCERTO CONTEC CORONADO CRAIG CROWN CURTIS MATHES CXC DAEWOO DAYTRON DWIN DYNASTY DYNATECH EIKI ELECTROHOME EMERSON FISHER FUJITSU FUNAI FUTURETECH GE GOLDSTAR HALL MARK HITACHI INFINITY JBL
PROSAT PROSCAN RCA REALISTIC SAMSUNG SATELLITE SERVICE SONY STARCAST SUPERGUIDE TEECOM TOSHIBA TOWN & COUNTRY UNIDEN VIEWSTAR WINEGARD ZENITH
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