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sfhub



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PostPosted: Tue Nov 11, 2003 8:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Robman wrote:
sfhub wrote:
I think either my vision is going, I am not looking at the same file as you, or I'm just confused.

Here are the EFCs that are assigned to buttons in the 15-1994 when you program the RCVR/0004 setup code (available for viewing using the devices4.xls spreadsheet) ...

I think I see the source of my confusion. I was getting the EFCs from
the hifi-remote.com Advanced Code list for RCVR/0004 which seems to
have different EFCs from Devices4.xls (or the functions are listed are
different but sound like they'd do the same thing)

http://hifi-remote.com/codes2/amp_0004.shtml

Once I view the EFCs from Devices4.xls I see exactly what you are
saying. I think the Advanced Code list has a bunch of functions that
sound like what dtrump was defining, but are not really the same as
the EFCs are completely different.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 11, 2003 9:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

For those of you that don't want to have to download that weird Japanese font just to view that PDF file, here's the data contained within...

Code:
SYSTEM ADDRESS(C1~C5) : 00110 , EXTENSION BIT (C12,C13) : 01                     
No.   Data (C6~C11)   Key Name                
00   000000                  
01   100000                  
02   010000                  
03   110000                  
04   001000                  
05   101000                  
06   011000                  
07   111000                  
08   000100                  
09   100100                  
10   010100                  
11   110100                  
12   001100                  
13   101100   MULTI VOLUME UP                
14   011100   MULTI VOLUME DOWN                
15   111100   MULTI PHONO                
16   000010   MULTI CD               
17   100010   MULTI TUNER               
18   010010   MULTI DVD/VDP               
19   110010   MULTI V.AUX               
20   001010   MULTI VCR               
21   101010   MULTI TAPE MONITOR               
22   011010   MULTI PRESET CH UP               
23   111010   MULTI PRESET CH DOWN               
24   000110                  
25   100110                  
26   010110                  
27   110110                  
28   001110                  
29   101110                  
30   011110                  
31   111110                  

SYSTEM ADDRESS(C1~C5) : 00110 , EXTENSION BIT (C12,C13) : 10                     
No.   Data (C6~C11)   Key Name                
0    000000                  
1    100000                  
2    010000                  
3    110000                  
4    001000                  
5    101000                  
6    011000                  
7    111000                  
8    000100                  
9    100100                  
10   010100   TUNER SHIFT                
11   110100   MUTING                
12   001100   MASTER VOLUME DOWN                
13   101100   MASTER VOLUME UP                
14   011100   TUNER PRESET CH UP                
15   111100   TUNER PRESET CH DOWN                
16   000010                  
17   100010                  
18   010010   VCR               
19   110010                  
20   001010   DVD/VDP               
21   101010                  
22   011010                  
23   111010                  
24   000110   PHONO               
25   100110   TUNER               
26   010110   CD               
27   110110   V.AUX
28   001110   TAPE MONTOR
29   101110   
30   011110   
31   111110

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 12, 2003 6:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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While code searching for discrete functions for a Denon DRA-685P receiver I did something I didn't think was possible. I killed it!

I had already found discrete on & off and other codes that I was searching for. So I was just cruising through the range of EFC codes seeing if I could find anything else that might be useful.

But when I hit EFC 008 (OBC 130), the speakers popped once and the receiver went into "protection" mode. I have tried everything to clear the condition, but it appears to be permanent. I have discussed this with Denon/Marantz and they are sending a replacment unit.


From now on, we should use the display gear at Circuit City when we do blind code searches.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 12, 2003 7:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

jetstar52 wrote:
From now on, we should use the display gear at Circuit City when we do blind code searches.

I've got a better idea, let's all go into our local Radio Shacks and test out their remotes on their stuff!!!!
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jamesgammel
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 12, 2003 8:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Why Rob? Are you low on batteries? The clerk hustling you to buy more batteries is kinda cute?
Wink

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 12, 2003 9:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I just think it would be kinda funny to use an RS remote to accidentally kill a few RS receivers or something! Smile
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 12, 2003 9:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Be even funnier if it killed a few annoying RS clerks. Smile

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sfhub



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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2003 12:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What's the device code I can use for VPT for an RS Clerk? I can't seem to
get mute working.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2003 9:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Robman wrote:
I just think it would be kinda funny to use an RS remote to accidentally kill a few RS receivers or something! Smile

If they happen to have any made by Denon, the code is already posted.

BTW, we must have a different breed of RS clerks here in Iowa. When I asked to swap the Kameleon for a 2116, there was no hesitation and they refunded the difference even though it was past 30 days. (Policy is normally store credit if past 30.) And they pleasantly asked if I needed batteries - no push when I said no.

I'm no great fan of RS but that visit was a pleasant surprise.

Dick
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2003 10:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I got free batteries with one of the 15-2104's I bought. It was the last one at the store, had no box nor manual and had batteries in it (It didn't look used, but must have been at least demoed a little).

You may have noticed batteries are sometimes hard to get out of a 2104. The clerk tried for just a moment, couldn't do it and then told me he was giving me free batteries "because the box and manual are missing".

He was the hardest RS clerk to just buy something from, because he didn't want to believe I didn't need the manual. I told him I had no desire for the manual when he told me over the phone that he would try to find it. I told him that again in the store when he told me he couldn't find it Then he wanted to find a PDF file of the manual on the internet for me, so I had to insist I didn't want it.

At the other stores where I bought 15-2104s they just asked about batteries, I said no, and there was no fuss.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 18, 2004 7:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So, is there an 1160 list somewhere. or, is it up there and I missed it?
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 18, 2004 10:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Denon has published the commands for many of it's models. If you tell us what model you have we may be able to give you the exact command set.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 19, 2004 6:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have an AVR-1802.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 19, 2004 7:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The IR commands for the 1802 are not at the Denon website. According to [url=http://www.remotecentral.com/cgi-bin/mboard/rc-discrete/thread.cgi?keywords=1512&highlight=denon|avr]this thread[/url], the commands for the 1802 are a subset of the command set for the 5803 that are listed below. There are numerous device upgrades in the files for Denon that you can use as a template for the 1802. The setup codes below are not in all remotes, but if you have them then it may be easier to see which commands work.

Device2=AUDIO_0160
OBC EFC
072 162 ZONE1 TUNER
073 158 ZONE1 PHONO
074 160 ZONE1 CD
078 161 ZONE1 DVD
079 157 ZONE1 VDP
082 096 ZONE1 TV
083 092 ZONE1 DBS/SAT
084 099 ZONE1 VCR-1
085 095 ZONE1 VCR-2
086 097 ZONE1 VCR-3
087 093 ZONE1 V.AUX
088 226 -
091 220 ZONE1 TAPE-1
092 227 ZONE1 TAPE-2
093 223 ZONE1 ON/OFF
101 255 ZONE2 VOLUME DOWN
102 001 ZONE2 VOLUME UP
106 128 PURE DIRECT
115 060 INPUT MODE AUTO
116 067 INPUT MODE PCM
117 063 INPUT MODE DTS
121 190 MAIN ZONE ON
122 192 MAIN ZONE OFF
123 188 MULTI ZONE1 ON
124 195 MULTI ZONE1 OFF
125 191 MULTI ZONE2 ON
126 193 MULTI ZONE2 OFF
193 022 POWER
194 024 FL LEVEL UP
195 020 PHONO
196 027 CD
197 023 TUNER
199 021 FL LEVEL DOWN
200 154 DBS/SAT
201 150 TV
202 152 VDP
203 148 FR LEVEL UP
204 155 V.AUX
205 151 VCR-1
206 153 VCR-2
207 149 VCR-3
208 090 FR LEVEL DOWN
210 088 MD/TAPE-1
211 084 TAPE-2
213 087 CINEMA EQ ON
214 089 SR LEVEL UP
215 085 SR LEVEL DOWN
216 218 VIDEO SELECT
217 214 CINEMA EQ OFF
219 212 MULTI
220 219 INPUT MODE ANALOG
221 215 CURSOR RIGHT
222 217 STATUS
223 213 ON SCREEN
224 250 ENTER
225 246 POWER ON
226 248 POWER OFF
227 244 DVD
228 251 DOLBY SURROUND
229 247 SW LEVEL DOWN
230 249 DSP SIMULATION
231 245 SB/SBL LEVEL UP
234 120 TEST TONE
235 116 SB/SBL LEVEL DOWN
236 123 SW LEVEL UP
237 119 SPEAKER
240 058 MUTING
241 054 MASTER VOLUME+
242 056 MASTER VOLUME DOWN
243 052 SL LEVEL UP
244 059 SL LEVEL DOWN
245 055 CENTER LEVEL UP
246 057 CENTER LEVEL DOWN
247 053 SBR LEVEL UP
248 186 SBR LEVEL DOWN
249 182 TONE DEFEAT ON
250 184 TONE DEFEAT OFF
251 180 SB:MATRIX ON
252 187 SB:NON MATRIX
253 183 SB:OFF


Device 4=VCR_0076

OBC EFC
129 006 WIDE SCREEN
130 008 SUPER STADIUM
131 004 ROCK ARENA
132 011 JAZZ CLUB
133 007 CLASSIC CONCERT
134 009 MONO MOVIE
135 005 MATRIX
138 136 THX ULTRA2 CINEMA
139 132 THX MUSIC MODE
140 139 THX SURROUND EX
141 135 DTS NEO:6 CINEMA
142 137 DTS NEO:6 MUSIC
143 133 DOLBY PLⅡ CINEMA
144 074 DOLBY PLⅡ MUSIC
145 070 DOLBY PLⅡ EMULATION
147 068 DTS ES MATRIX
148 075 DOLBY DIGITAL EX


Device12=AUDIO_0004
OBC EFC
127 189 CURSOR LEFT
128 010 ALL BASS DOWN
129 006 DTS SURROUND
130 008 SURROUND BACK ON/OFF
131 004 MASTER VOL. PRESET1(0dB)
133 007 MASTER VOL. PRESET2(-20dB)
134 009 MASTER VOL. PRESET3(-40dB)
135 005 ZONE1 VOL. PRESET1(0dB)
136 138 ZONE1 VOL. PRESET2(-20dB)
137 134 ZONE1 VOL. PRESET3(-40dB)
138 136 ZONE2 DBS/SAT
139 132 HOME THX CINEMA
140 139 ZONE2 VOL. PRESET1(0dB)
141 135 ZONE1 VOLUME UP
142 137 ZONE1 VOLUME DOWN
143 133 ZONE2 PHONO
144 074 ZONE2 CD
145 070 ZONE2 TUNER
146 072 ZONE2 VDP
147 068 ZONE2 V.AUX
148 075 ZONE2 VCR-1
149 071 ZONE2 TAPE-2
153 198 ZONE2 VCR-2
154 200 ZONE2 VCR-3
155 196 ZONE2 TV
156 203 ZONE2 TAPE-1
157 199 STEREO
158 201 DIRECT
159 197 ZONE2 VOL. PRESET2(-20dB)
160 234 SYSTEM SET UP
161 230 SURROUND PARAMETER
162 232 ZONE2 VOL. PRESET3(-40dB)
163 228 CURSOR UP
164 235 CURSOR DOWN
168 106 5CH/7CH STEREO
169 102 2CH PLAY(INPUT CH)
170 104 MULTI CH PLAY (INPUT CH)
172 107 AUDIO FUNCTION
173 103 VIDEO FUNCTION
175 101 CH SELECT
176 042 CH VOLUME UP
177 038 CH VOLUME DOWN
181 039 INPUT MODE EXT.IN
182 041 INPUT MODE
183 037 ALL TREBLE UP
184 170 ALL TREBLE DOWN
185 166 TUNER SHIFT A
186 168 TUNER SHIFT B
187 164 TUNER SHIFT C
188 171 TUNER SHIFT D
189 167 TUNER SHIFT E
190 169 ZONE2 DVD
191 165 ALL BASS DOWN
193 022 TUNER PRESET CH 1
194 024 TUNER PRESET CH 2
195 020 TUNER PRESET CH 3
196 027 TUNER PRESET CH 4
197 023 TUNER PRESET CH 5
198 025 TUNER PRESET CH 6
199 021 TUNER PRESET CH 7
200 154 TUNER PRESET CH 8
204 155 TUNER MEMORY
205 151 TUNER SHIFT
213 087 TUNER PRESET DOWN
214 089 TUNER PRESET UP
215 085 TUNER BAND
216 218 TUNING MODE(AUTO/MANUAL)
217 214 TUNER TUNING UP
218 216 TUNER TUNING DOWN
223 213 DIMMER
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 19, 2004 6:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You get an "A" for effort, but, I'm looking for the newly combined 1160 codes.
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