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Gateway or Liteon DVD+R Recorders

 
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SBM911



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PostPosted: Wed Dec 24, 2003 11:40 pm    Post subject: Gateway or Liteon DVD+R Recorders Reply with quote

Anyone yet have the codes /KM for these hot sellers this Christmas (under$300 machines).

Just got the Liteon 5001 from CompUSA which is the same machine as the Gateway DVD recorder.

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usblipitor



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PostPosted: Thu Dec 25, 2003 12:37 am    Post subject: Re: break out that learning remote Reply with quote

SBM911 wrote:
Anyone yet have the codes for the Liteon 5001
No, you are the first. Time to get good at pressing 9-7-5. Smile

You have company; I just received a Zenith DVT312 and I am doing the device upgrade for it now. (After testing, it will be in the device upgrade/home theater folder.) Zenith products are pretty crappy I have discovered. I had to buy a separate remote a/v selector switch as this piece of crap has as close to no inputs and no outputs as you can get and still be marketable. (it has a red right/white left aux input, speaker outputs, and a yellow video output, and that is all it has, I can't freaking believe it.)

Say, what is the Nec1x protocol? Anything special I need to worry about? With device 44 and sub-device 44, I looked in devices.xls and devices4.xls and did not see anything else even remotely close to it. Mr. Green

Merry Christmas,
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 25, 2003 3:04 am    Post subject: Re: break out that learning remote Reply with quote

usblipitor wrote:

Say, what is the Nec1x protocol? Anything special I need to worry about? With device 44 and sub-device 44, I looked in devices.xls and devices4.xls and did not see anything else even remotely close to it. Mr. Green


We invented the name NECx after devices and devices4 were created, so it wouldn't be in there. Back then the decode routines couldn't tell the difference between NEC and NECx.

NECx (1 and 2) are mainly Samsung protocols, but they show up in a few other brands.

NECx1:44.44 is a new one. NECx1:45.45 is a DVD sold under several brand names (Samsung, LG, Goldstar and I think others). But for 44.44 I think you're on your own. No built in setup codes and no CCF files.
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The Robman
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 25, 2003 2:57 pm    Post subject: Re: break out that learning remote Reply with quote

usblipitor wrote:
Say, what is the Nec1x protocol? Anything special I need to worry about? With device 44 and sub-device 44, I looked in devices.xls and devices4.xls and did not see anything else even remotely close to it. Mr. Green

I just updated devices4 to show NECx1 and NECx2 for the relevant setup codes.
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