Capacity: 750 mAh Voltage: 3.7V Battery type: Ni-MH Compatible part numbers: 2422 526 00148 310420051271 HHR-60AAA/F4 8100 911 02101 Compatible models: Marantz RC5200 RC5400 RC9200 RC9500 TS5200 TSU3000 TSU3500 TSU6000 TSU7000 TSU7500
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User Guide To The RC9200/RC5200 Touch Screen Remote Controls
Automating Your Home Theater With Marantz
Automating Your Home Theater With The Marantz RC9200/5200 RC9200/5200 Remote Control User Guide The information in this manual is copyright-protected. No part of this manual may be copied or reproduced in any form without prior written consent from Marantz America, Inc. MARANTZ AMERICA, INC. CORPORATION SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR OMISSIONS OR FOR TECHNICAL OR EDITORIAL ERRORS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL. MARANTZ AMERICA, INC. SHALL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE SUPPLYING OR USE OF THIS INFORMATION. MARANTZ AMERICA, INC. SHALL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE PERFORMANCE OR USE OF THE MATERIALS DESCRIBED IN THIS MANUAL. The information in this manual may be subject to change without prior notice. All other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies or organizations. FCC NOTICE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rule. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and , if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is not guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: n Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. n Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. n Connect the equipment into an outlet on a different circuit from the receiver. n Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Note If serial or parallel ports are configured, a filtered/shielded serial or
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. The Marantz RC9200/5200 2. The Battery Getting Started 1. Activating the RC9200/5200 2. Navigating Control Panels 3. Operating a Device 4. Check Battery Life - The INFO Panels 5 The Setup Panels 6. The Mode Menus Customizing Your RC9200/5200 7. Managing Memory 1. Introduction 2. Cloning All Your Existing Remotes 3 Complex Operation? Macros or Help. 4. Programming Help Lists 5. Macro/Panel Jump Capabilities 6. Programming Macros & Panel Jumps 7. Macros From Your Home Buttons Reference 1. Programming Buttons 2. Labeling Buttons, Frames and Menu Items 3. Working with Device and Macro Groups 4. Deleting and Restoring 5. Recording Macros 6. Using the Remote Control with Radio Frequency 7. RCEdit Troubleshooting Frequently Asked Questions Overview of Symbols Specifications The Revert Configuration Index
1. The Marantz RC9200/5200
The RC9200/5200 is designed to control most devices that understand infrared remote control signals. Its easy-to-use touchscreen and its intuitive interface make it a perfect remote control for every user. The RC9200/5200 is completely customizable and programmable. You can add devices and functions, relabel buttons, record macros and animate your macros. Although the RC9200/5200 is pre-programmed for Marantz components, a vast collection of built-in tab guided panels with prearranged button art enables you to easily choose the perfect interface for any non-Marantz component. The RC9200/5200 easily learns commands from the vast majority of manufacturers remote controls.
The INFO button enables you to check battery life. The Volume, Channel and Mute buttons are typically programmed to always work the same way regardless of what panel is displayed. The Backlight button lights up the screen (you can adjust the length of time it stays on, see page 13). Back and Ahead buttons enable you to quickly navigate the last six The Serial Port enables you to program the RC9200/5200 on a Windows PC. The Home B utton always takes you back to the Main Home Panel Control Screen (think of it as the Start button). User Guide
The Infrared Eye transmits to your devices and learns from your existing remotes. The Contrast Dial adjusts the appearance of the screen.
screens youve viewed.
\Menu, Enter, Exit and 4 way navigator buttons will change their function depending on what device you are controlling.
Tap the Scroll Arrows: to scroll to other panels within the active group. Tap the Macro menu Bar: to use your one touch Macro buttons. Tap again and a menu of all of your Macro groups appears. Tap again to select: Tap the Device menu bar: to operate devices. Tap again and a menu of all your devices appears. Tap again to select:
Use the Control Panel Buttons: to operate your components Tap the Scroll Arrows: to scroll to other panels within the active group. Tap the Mode Button: to access the Mode Macros Menus. They are different based on the type of panel you last displayed. Use the Mode Menus to customize your remote.
Panel number: shows active control panel
When you use the Remote Control for the first time, you will have to: install the battery pack; place the Remote Control in the docking station and charge the Remote Control. tap the life. INFO button on the Home Panel to check battery
Warning Use the docking station only with the Philips NiMH rechargeable battery pack. We strongly advise you not to plug other appliances (like mobile phones, PDAs, ) into the docking station. This will damage both the connector and the appliance.
Installing the Battery Pack
1 Press the latch on the battery cover and remove the battery cover from the Remote Control.
2 Place the battery pack in the battery compartment. 3 Plug the cable of the battery pack in the connector as illustrated.
4 Place the battery cover back on.
Note Make sure the cable of the battery pack does not get stuck between the molded interior and the battery cover.
After a few seconds, the Remote Control starts up automatically and an Introduction screen appears. The Remote Control beeps twice to indicate that it has finished starting up. Because the battery pack of the Remote Control is not fully precharged, you will have to charge it as described below.
Charging the Remote Control
For charging the Remote Control you use the docking station. 1 Plug the power adapter into a wall outlet and connect it to the docking station. 2 Place the Remote Control in the docking station. Make sure you hold the Remote Control at an angle of 30 to 45 when you place the it in the docking station.
Charging starts immediately. The green charging LED on the front of the docking station indicates charging takes place. When the Remote Control is fully charged, the LED goes off.
Note Normal charging time is 2 to 3 hours, depending on the condition of the battery pack. You can operate the Remote Control while it is being charged. The battery pack does not have to be entirely empty before recharging. You can place the Remote Control in the docking station at any time.
When the battery pack is running low, the Low Battery icon flashes at the top of the screen. Recharge the Remote Control as soon as possible to ensure perfect performance.
Note The RC9200/5200 retains all settings when the battery is completely dead. You will only have to reset the clock.
1. Activating the RC9200/5200
Turning on the Display
Tap the screen gently with your finger or a blunt, soft object like a pencil eraser. The display is activated and you see the Home panel.
Notes If the display stays blank or becomes black, adjust the contrast dial on the left side. If another panel is displayed, tap the Home button. The RC9200/5200 shuts down automatically after being left alone for a few seconds (you can adjust the time out period in the Setup panels).
Using the Backlight
Press the backlight button on the left side. The backlight shuts off after a few seconds to save power.
Note In the settings (see page 13) you can choose to activate the backlight automatically when you turn the RC9200/5200 on.
The RC9200/5200 has different modes. When you activate the RC9200/5200 for the first time, it starts up in Use mode allowing you to immediately operate your devices.In Use mode the menu bar at the bottom of the screen displays the symbol for the Mode Menu. Tap the symbol. A menu will pop up with USE as an option. If the menu bar shows another symbol, like , tap it to reveal the Mode menu and tap USE to return to normal operating mode.
Note If you do not see the mode menu symbol; it has been deactivated via the Setup panel. Press and hold the center of the bottom menu bar to overide the Mode menu deactivation.
2. Navigating Control Panels
Three Divisions of Control Panel Types
Your RC9200/5200 is capable of displaying hundreds of different control screens. By grouping them into sensible divisions, it is easy to navigate to the control panel you want. The three main divisions are: Home The Home group displays convenient instant jump buttons to the main control panels of your system devices (your VCR, TV, CD player etc.). These buttons also select the Input of your Home Theater Receiver or Preamp (Home buttons are linked to the Device pull down menu, which also selects inputs on your receiver). Access Home by tapping the Home button at the bottom left of the remote. Devices The Device side displays the control panels of your components, one device group at a time. A button on a Device panel will act just like the buttons on the original remote control. You can always select the Device side of the RC9200/5200 by tapping the menu bar to the right of the remote icon.
the example ALL ON and ALL OFF macros preprogrammed in the default configuration. The problems dont stop with powering up a system. Often, you will want to construct a macro to watch or listen to a specific source. This may require that both the Television and the Surround Receiver be set to new inputs. Some components have discrete commands to select sources (meaning the command will only have one effect on the components, like the CD input on most receivers). Other components have toggle commands (these are commands that require you to look at the component, evaluate its state and sometimes issue the command over and over again). An example of a toggle command is the Input or TV/VCR button found on many television remote controls. You have to look at the TV, decide that it is on the wrong input, then toggle or scroll through the inputs to select the one you want. Evaluate each of the multiple step operations you would like to record as macros. If all of the commands in the process are discrete, the macro will work reliably. If even one command is a toggle command, you should program a help list for the operation instead of a macro.
Sometimes there is a reliable way to use toggle type commands in macros. Unfortunately, it will not be written down in your components instruction manual. You will have to find it through experimentation and imagination. What you are looking for is an anchor command that will put your component in a known state. Once it is in a known state, you can use toggle commands in your macro. An example for Powering Up DVD Players: Most DVD players will turn on when off when they receive a Play command. Thus a discrete On command is two steps, 1) DVD Play 2) DVD Stop A discrete off command is constructed by: 1) DVD Play 2) DVD Power An example for Selecting Source on a TV: Many televisions will return to a particular input with either a channel up or down command or by selecting a particular channel. Thus, to construct a macro that selects the EXT1 input: 1) Channel Up (selects the Antenna A input) 2) Input (toggles to the Antenna B input) User Guide
3) Input (toggles to the EXT 1 input)
4. Programming Help Lists
1 Write a list of all of the actions in the operation you want to record. 2 Gather all of the remote controls you will need for the operation. 3 Navigate to the Device side of the RC9200/5200. 4 Select ADD from the Mode menu. Choose Create New Device when prompted (see page 35-40). In the Other division there is a device group labeled Help. Add the Help device. 5 Switch to LABEL mode. Relabel the new device currently labeled Help (for details on relabeling devices, see page 32-34). Use no more than 8 characters (more wont fit). Try to use a descriptive title like POWER, RECORD, etc. 6 Stay in LABEL mode. Relabel any of the introductory text on panel 1. Type in any guidelines your family may need to know for this operation. 6 Stay in LABEL mode. Relabel as many of the buttons on the five panels as you need.
Use the Scroll arrows to navigate; the tab style navigational jumps will not work. If you accidentally record a tab button as a macro step, it will do nothing because you cannot alias to a button that jumps. Since it will confuse you to see it in the Macro Edit window, it is best to delete it.
11 Once all steps have been programmed, test your macro by pressing the right hard button (now labeled Play). 12 Typically you will need to adjust the timing of the macro. Simply putting in lots of delays will make the macro work, but may make the macro unnecessarily long. Try moving commands, so that a TV command alternates with another component command before another TV command is issued. To move a command, simply select it and use the up and down arrows to reposition it within the macro window. When a delay is added to the macro, the default timing is.5 seconds. If the macro works with a.5 second delay, try a smaller delay to shorten the macro. When programming Channel macros, use.1 second delays between different digits and.5 second delays between identical digits. 13 Once you are happy with the macro, press the left hard button (now labeled Close). You will be prompted to Save Macro or Cancel. 14 Continue to program macros until you have recorded all that you plan. Congratulations! You are now a Home Theater Automator!
7. Macros From Your Home Buttons
It is possible to program a macro to occur when you select a device (the macro will occur both when you press a home button AND when you select the device from the pull down Device menu). To program: 1 Navigate to the Device side of the RC9200/5200. 2 Tap the mode button and press the LEARN mode button. 3 Tap the Device Tab and reveal the Device Menu. 4 While bracing the RC9200/5200 with your right hand, press and hold the Backlight button with a left hand finger. 5 Press and hold the Left hard button with your left hand thumb. 6 While still bracing, pressing and holding everything, use a right hand finger to select the device from the Device Menu. 7 The EDIT window appears with the name of your Device at the top of the window. 8 Program your macro following steps 10 through 15 on the previous page.
Programming Touch Screen Buttons
1 Navigate to the Device panel buttons you want to program. 2 Switch to Learn mode via the Mode button. Additional empty buttons appear, which can be programmed and labeled. 3 Point the devices original remote control to the RC9200/5200s learning eye as shown on page 28. 4 Tap the RC9200/5200 button you want to program. The button starts flashing. 5 Press and hold the corresponding button on your devices original remote control. If the RC9200/5200 has learned the command successfully, OK flashes on the RC9200/5200 icon. You can let go of the button youre holding. If the RC9200/5200 has not learned the command successfully, you hear a short buzz and FAIL appears on the RC9200/5200 icon. 6 Program all other buttons you want and relabel them if necessary (see page 32-34). 7 Return to Use mode via the Mode button.
Programming The HOME Buttons to Switch Sources
Note When you teach a command as a Device Action, this command is automatically assigned to the corresponding button in the Home menu AND to the act of selecting the Device from the pull down Device Menu. Typically, you teach the preamp/receiver source selection or input command to the device action. Remember, the only way to NOT issue this command is to reveal the device menu, press and hold the LEFT hard key (now labeled NO IR) and select the device.
1 Make sure the device tab is active. The device tab is active when the name of a device is displayed. 2 Switch to Learn mode via the Mode button.
3 Point the devices original remote control to the RC9200/5200s learning eye as described above. 4 Tap the device tab to open the Device menu. 5 Touch and hold either the RC9200/5200s Left or Right button (now labeled Device) and tap the device you want to program. Even when you want to program the currently active device, you have to tap it in the Device menu. The label device starts flashing on the RC9200/5200 icon. 6 Press and hold the button the RC9200/5200 has to learn on your devices original remote control. If the RC9200/5200 has learned the command successfully, OK flashes on the display. You can let go of the button youre holding. If the RC9200/5200 has not learned the command successfully, you hear a short buzz and FAIL appears on the RC9200/5200 icon. 7 Program all other items you want and return to Use mode via the Mode button.
Programming Hard Buttons Globally And/Or Locally Per Device
The Hard buttons are defined as the five hard buttons on the right side of the screen (Mute, Channel Up/Down, Volume Up/Down) and the nine buttons below the screen (dont count Home, since you cannot program it).
WARNING It is possible to teach commands to the LEFT and RIGHT hard buttons. However, only via a PC can you reprogram the buttons to scroll up and down so do not reprogram these keys without considering carefully.
Hard buttons can be programmed with a global function for all devices and/or for a deviced specific (local) command for a particular device. When a command is taught to a hard button from a device page, it will only be issued when that device group is active, even if a command has been taught globally. Local learning overrides global learning. When a command is taught to a hard button from a home panel, it will be issued as long as the active device does not have a local command. For example, one could program the CH+ & CH- buttons as the Chapter +/- command when the DVD is active. Now, if you program the TV channel +/- globally (and any device other than the DVD is selected) the TV channel +/- commands will be issued.
Remember, the buttons on home are linked (automatically aliased)to the labels you create for the Device menu, so any change you make to the Device menu names will be automatically carried out on your home panel buttons. 1 Switch to Label mode via the Mode button 2 Tap the device tab to open the Device menu. -orTap the macro tab to open the Macro menu. 3 Touch and hold either the RC9200/5200s Left or Right button and tap the device you want to program. Even when you want to program the currently active device/macro group, you have to tap it in the Device/Macro menu. 4 Complete steps 3 to 6 in Labeling a button on page 33.
3. Working with Device and Macro Groups
If you have a device that is not provided in the Device menu, you can add it to the RC9200/5200. You cannot add devices to the Home menu directly. You have to add them via the Device menu. There are three possible ways to add a device: Create New Device Copy Existing Device Restore Deleted Device In the following sections well discuss what these options offer you.
Create New Device
Choose this option to add a completely new device. You will be able to choose from a list of preprogrammed templates with or without Marantz RC codes. A drop down scrollable list will appear. As you scroll down the list, you will notice Device type dividers and devices you can add. Only select Device Templates to ADD. Although it is possible to ADD the Device Type Divider as a Device, it is not useful. Should you accidentally Add a divider to your device list, delete it. Device Template When you add this for a Marantz component, you should add with RC codes. When you plan to teach codes from an existing remote control, add without RC codes.
Device Type Divider This is not a device template to add; it is simply an indication of the type of device.
Each time you touch the scroll arrow down, more devices will appear as follows:
Marantz constantly updates the templates for new models, so your remote may show considerably more models than we show here.
If you try to Create New Device and you cannot use a scroll arrow to reveal all of these devices, you have the Revert configuration loaded (see pages 15,17 and 60).
Copy Existing Device
Choose this option to copy a device that is already active (you are already using it).
TIP It is often useful to have two almost identical device groups for your Television. The only difference between the two is one would have the Vol+ and Vol- Direct Access buttons programmed locally with the televisions internal volume + and commands. Label this device TV Only (for use late at night without Surround Sound). The other TV device has no programming in its Direct Access buttons; as a result, the surround receivers Vol+ and Vol- (programmed globally on the Home panel) is issued when the TV device is selected.
Restore Deleted Device
Use this option to restore a device you have deleted.
Adding Macro Groups
Macro Groups can be added three ways, with the same procedures as described for Device Groups on page 38. Create New Group Copy Existing Group Restore Deleted Group However, should you choose Create New Group, there is not a long list of macro templates. Instead, only one group template is available. It consists of five identical panels as shown.
Moving Groups and Re-Ordering The Home Buttons
You can change the order of Device menu items and Macro menu items. Changes you make in the Device menu are automatically updated in the Home menu. 1 Make sure the device tab is active. -orMake sure the macro tab is active.
Note The device or macro tab is active when the name of a device or macro is displayed.
2 Switch to Move mode via the Mode button The RC9200/5200 displays the menu. 3 Tap the menu item of your choice. The menu item is highlighted. 4 Use the Left and Right buttons to move the menu item up or down. 5 Tap Accept to save the changes. You return to Use mode.
Deleting and Restoring
You can delete control panel buttons and actions associated with a direct-access or a Left/Right button. You can also delete Device menu items and Macro menu items. Home menu buttons cannot be deleted directly. You have to delete them via the Device menu. Deleting a button or button action
Borderless buttons (frames) such as the greeting on the home panel cannot be deleted. You can only hide them by deleting all of the text of their label (see Labeling a button on page 18).
1 Switch to Delete mode via the Mode button 2 Tap the button you want to delete.
3 Tap Delete Button Action. The result depends on the element you are deleting:
Control panel button: The button disappears from the display. Left or Right button command: The corresponding label disappears from the display. Direct-access button: The button becomes inactive.
4 Delete all the items you want and return to Use mode via the Mode button. Deleting a device or macro menu item 1 Switch to Delete mode via the Mode button.
2 Navigate to the menu item you want to delete. If you have opened the Device menu, the Left button label changes into Device and the Right button label into Action.If you have opened the Macro menu, the Left and Right button labels change into Group. 3 Press and hold down the Left or Right button depending on what you are deleting: n Left button labeled Device: For deleting a device in the Device menu. n Right button labeled Action: For deleting an action from an item in the Device menu. n Left button labeled Group: For deleting a macro group. 4 Tap the menu item you want to delete. 5 Tap Delete Device or Delete Macro Group. The Device (and its associated Home menu button) or the Macro Group (including its macros) are deleted. 6 Delete all the items you want and return to Use mode via the Mode button.
When you have deleted a control panel button or a menu item, the button or item is no longer visible in Use mode but remains in the RC9200/5200s memory. This allows you to restore it in ADD mode.
Warning Do Not Delete the Left and Right hard Buttons! Remember, your RC9200/5200 is programmed at the factory with the Browse feature. If you accidentally reprogram the Left/Right hard buttons from the home panel, you cannot restore them with the remote control. The only way to restore deleted back and ahead global buttons is to use a Windows PC with RCEdit.
Reteaching Control panel buttons 1 Switch to LEARN mode via the Mode button The deleted buttons become visible.
2 Complete steps 3 to 7 in Programming control panel buttons on page 16. The button reappears. Restoring Device or Macro menu items 1 Make sure the device tab or macro tab is active. The device or macro tab is active when the name of a device or macro is displayed. 2 Switch to Add mode via the Mode button.
3 Tap Restore Deleted Device or Restore Deleted Group. The deleted menu items become visible. 4 Tap the item you want to restore. The item is restored and you return to Use mode.
5. Recording Macros
Edit Window Notation
Before you begin to program a Macro, study the notation used in the EDIT Window. Each type of action has its own notation.
TV - When only a device name is listed, the macro step will be a Device Action (the action that occurs when the Device is selected, which is typically the preamp/receivers source selection or input command). GO: TV Main - A Go command indicates a panel jump. In this case, TV means a jump to the TV device group and Main is the name for the particular panel (sometimes panels just have numbers, not names).
TV-External Input - When a device name and a button name are listed, that particular buttons IR command will be issued.
n DVD-n - A device name and the Stop symbol means that this particular buttons IR command will be issued. A symbol list can be found on page 54.
Delay - A delay counts as one of the 255 macro steps. Delays can be adjusted in 1/10th of a second intervals to be any value between.1 second and 99.9 seconds.
Adjusting Delays - When a delay is Selected, you can adjust the delay with the plus and minus buttons.
Recording A Macro Step By Step
To record a macro, there must be at least one macro group in the Macro menu. To create these groups, see page 35-40. Read the instructions for Adding Device Groups (see page 35-36), then note the differences when Adding Macro Groups (see page 39). 1 Navigate to the Macro side by tapping the Macro icon. 2 Open the macro menu and select a macro group. 3 Switch to Edit mode via the Mode button. Empty macro buttons appear in the macro control panel. 4 Tap the button you want to use for your macro. 5 Enter the sequence of commands you want to record. You can navigate to whatever control panel you want, just as you do in Use mode. 6 Tap the Macro menu button. The contents of the macro appear. You can now play, edit or close the macro. 7 Press the Left button to close the macro. A confirmation screen appears where you can save or cancel the macro.
8 Tap Save and assign a label to the macro.
The macro is ready to be used. There are two extra commands you can record as any step in a macro: Recording a Device Action (Source Switching or Input) To record a Device menu item containing a source switching command, open the Device menu, hold down the Right button (labeled Action) and tap the device you want to switch to. This action places the entire Device Action in the Macro.
Note If a macro has been recorded as a Device Action, you can include all of it as a single step in another Macro, effectively nesting one macro inside another. However, the last step of any Device Action is a jump to the Devices Main panel. This step is not included in the nested macro.
Jumping to a device control panel To jump to any device panel, first navigate to the device you want (using the Device menu), then select the exact device panel you want (using the scroll arrows-not the tab buttons), then open the Device menu, hold down the Left hard button (labeled Device) and tap the device you want. After youve recorded a jump, check your Edit window. Youll see that you recorded both a jump and a device action. If you do not want the device action, delete it.
You can edit any macro you have recorded. 1 Open the macro group that contains the macro. 2 Switch to Edit mode via the Mode button 3 Tap the macro you want to edit. The contents of the macro appear. 4 Edit the macro. You can move or delete listed commands, or you can record new commands. You can also add delays to the macro (for example, to insert a short pause between turning on a device and sending
commands to it, allowing the device to warm up): 1 Tap Delay. 2 Tap or delay. to decrease or increase the length of the
3 Use the arrow buttons right place.
to move the delay to the
5 Press the Left button to close the macro. A confirmation screen appears where you can save or cancel the macro. 6 Tap Save. The macro is ready to be used.
Organizing macros into groups
You can create as many macro groups as you like. Each group can contain up to 25 macros. 1 Open any macro group. 2 Switch to Add mode via the Mode button. You can create a new group, copy an existing group or restore a previous deleted group.
Create a new group: You add a new group in which you can record new macros. Copy an existing group: You copy a group and its macros and use it for new macros. Restore a previously deleted group: You restore a deleted group and reuse the macros.
3 Tap Create Macro Group.
6. Using the Remote Control with Radio Frequency
Warning To use the Remote Control with radio frequency (RF) you need an RF-77 RF Extender, which is only included with the RC9200. It is an optional accessory for the RC5200.
By default, the Remote Control uses infrared (IR) signals to operate devices. This means that you have to point the Remote Controls sending eye towards the device youre operating. IR signals have an operating distance of 10 meters (33 feet). You can choose to operate devices using radio frequency (RF) signals instead of IR signals. RF signals have an operating distance of approximately 20 meters (66 feet) in house and can, unlike IR signals, go through obstacles like furniture or walls. The RF signals sent out by the Remote Control are picked up by the RF-77 RF Extender. The RF Extender translates the RF signals in IR signals and sends the IR signals to the appropriate device. Therefore, the RF Extender has to be placed near the device youre operating with the RF Extenders sending eye pointed to the device. Your devices will always receive IR signals either directly from the Remote Control or from the RF Extender.
Cleaning up memory can take 10 minutes or longer. Never remove batteries during the clean-up process. This might damage the configuration file resulting in loss of your customized commands.
The configuration file is corrupted n When this very unlikely event occurs, you have to use the Revert button on the second setup panel (see page 14). All your customized commands, devices, and macros will be lost, and you will have to reprogram your Remote Control. Should you
need the Marantz factory default configuration, you will have to use RCEdit with a Windows PC to restore it (see page 57). Remote Control error messages If one of the following error messages occurs, please contact your Marantz dealer or Marantz customer service: Cant open configuration file Configuration file error n No configuration file found n Invalid configuration file version
The bulletin boards and friendly users at www.remotecentral.com can often give you help with problems on weekends or in evenings when your dealer or Marantz technical support may not be available.
The batteries wont recharge n Make sure you are using the rechargeable battery pack included with your recharging dock and not the AA batteries. The indicator light flashes Check if the contacts on the recharging dock are clean and free of obstructions. n Make sure the RC9200/5200 lies properly on the dock. n Make sure the battery pack is installed properly in your Remote Control (see page 4).
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I program a device button to execute more than one command? No, you cant. However, you can program a button on the macro side of the remote to execute a sequence of commands (see page 24). How do I program source switching? See Programming device items on page 16. How can I edit, label or delete buttons on home panels? You can do this via the Device menu items. All changes you make to these items are automatically updated in the Home menu. How do I reset the RC9200/5200? Normally, you never have to reset the RC9200/5200. However, if the RC9200/5200s display freezes or if you notice unusual behavior, you might need to reset. You will not lose any saved programmed commands or macros. Carefully press the reset button inside the battery compartment of the RC9200/5200 with a paperclip or sharp pencil. The RC9200/5200 restarts and beeps to indicate it is ready for use. Can I revert to the original configuration? Yes, by using a Windows PC with RCEdit Touch Screen Setup. Once the program is installed, open a ccf titled RC9200/5200_Default in C/:Program Files/RCEdit/Samples. Downloading this configuration to your RC9200/5200 will restore your RC9200/5200 to its factory state. How can I free up more memory? The default configuration of the RC9200/5200 takes up almost 1 megabyte of memory leaving approximately 200kb available for your programming. If you do not need the library of Marantz IR codes and the demonstrations of macro programming preprogrammed in the factory configuration, you can free up over 800kb of memory by using the REVERT feature. By using REVERT, you will delete the majority of Marantz RC codes and all of the preprogrammed example macros. The template files that remain after you revert will allow you to program any system by customizing the templates and teaching RC codes to the relabled template buttons (see page 60).
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RX-77 RF Extender
Take Control in Marantz Style
Technology at Hand Marantz has taken a new bold step forward in remote control technology with the RC9200 color and the RC5200. The new generation programmable learning remote controls incorporate an extensive array of user friendly innovations and improvements, housed in a sophisticated, ergonomic design. All of your existing remotes can be replaced with one easy-touse, feature-packed remote for complete and customized control of your entire Home Entertainment system. Both models are IR/RF- capable while the RC9200 incorporates a high-performance 33MHz Motorola Dragonball MC68328 processor for sophisticated and fast control capabilities. The Touch Screen Way The RC9200 features a large, full-color display (RC5200: B&W), with a adjustable contrast dial for personal preference. The units can be turned on with the manual backlight button at the side, while an integrated motion sensor will activate the LCD screen if it is lifted under an angle of 50 or more. They also wakes up either by pressing the hard buttons or by tapping the screen. The effective resolution is 320 by 240 pixels. Along with the high contrast background (RC9200: paper white) the screens are extremely easy to read. The highly aesthetic displays are perfectly legible under almost all lighting conditions. Each touch screen panel is treated with an excellent anti-glare coating for significantly reduced reflection and optimized readability under different viewing angles. All the hard buttons, 16 in total, are intuitively placed for instant access and navigation between screens. 14 out of these 16 buttons are programmable for a product specific or global function. The five hard buttons at the right side of the panel are back lit with green LEDs. The RC9200 displays 256 breathtaking, high-resolution colors and has 8 MB of non volatile, flash memory (RC5200: B&W, 2 MB Memory). Customise and Create The RC9200 and RC5200 contain programmable instant surf buttons that call up any channel at the touch of a button, the ability to import channel icons and personalized graphics. Furthermore they come pre-programmed to operate a wide variety of Marantz audio and video products. In addition, they features up to 56kHz (and 455kHz) carrier frequency learning capability to operate the most popular brands of audio/video equipment. The Future in Mind Personalized setup can be further customized via a PC interface and Windows PC programming software that enables users to import custom animations, channel icons and even their own graphics and photos. The new generation Marantz remote controls are future proof and allow you to update the software, which is downloadable at www.marantz.com.
RC9200/RC5200 REMOTE CONTROLS
Pre-Programmed Marantz Codes High Resolution (320 x 240) Pixels LCD Display Adjustable Brightness Large Touch Screen IR/RF Transmission Capability 14 Programmable Direct-Access Buttons Backlighting for LCD and Direct Access Buttons Infrared Sending and Learning Eyes 3-Wire (RS232) Serial Port Connector Auto-On (Pickup Sensor, Angle > 50) Editable Macros (255 Commands per Macro) Limitless Number of Devices, Macros, Panels and Buttons Setup Protection Adjustable Timer for Sleep Mode Independent, Adjustable Back Light Timer, for Hard Buttons and Screen Mode, Macro and Device Icons can be Activated/Deactivated
LCD Screen Inches (W x H) LCD Resolution Backlight
2.4" x 3.1" (3.9" Diagonal) 320 x 240 Pixels, 4 Gray Scales Green 2 MB
IR Operating Distance Carrier Frequency Learning Distance RF Operating Distance Carrier Frequency Battery Life (With Most Users) Operating Temperature
2.2" x 2.9" (3.7" Diagonal) 320 x 240 Pixels, 256 Colors Paper White (LCD) Green LED (Up/Down, CH+/-, Mute) 8 MB Non Volatile Flash, 512 K SRAM 33 Feet (10 Meters) Up To 56kHz, 455kHz 1 Inch up to 3 Feet 66 Feet 418 MHz, 100kHz Approximately 3-4 Months 32F to 122F
Recharging Dock Station RS232 Cable for PC Connection NiMH 4.8 V Rechargeable Battery AC to DC Power Adapter RX-77RF Extender
Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y Optional
Color Dimensions Inch (W x H x D) Weight (With Batteries) Weight (Without Batteries)
Gunmetal/Bronze 31/2" x 515/16" x 11/2" 9.5 oz. 7.5 oz.
Charcoal Grey/Silver 31/2" x 515/16" x 11/2" 9.5 oz. 7.5 oz.
RX-77 RF EXTENDER
Hardware Dimensions Operating Temperature 32F - 122F Infrared (IR) Operating Distance up to 16 ft. Frequency Range: 36kHz - 550kHz Radio Frequency (RF) Operating Distance up to 100 ft. Frequency Range: 418MHz Dual IR Emitters Number of IR Emitters, up to 8 Accessories AC Power Adapter IR Emitter x 4 Mounting Kit Red LED 16 IDs and 4 Chs, 4 Outputs for IR Emitters Inches (W x H x D) 41/2" x 33/16" x 13/16"
All specifications, dimensions and weights are subject to change without notice. 2001 Marantz America, Inc. 11/01 Marantz America, Inc. 1100 Maplewood Dr., Itasca, IL 60143 630-741-0300 Fax: 630-741-0301 www.marantz.com
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