Radio Shack Universal Remote Audio Video Remote Control User Guide

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6-in-One Smart Audio/  
Video Remote Control  
 
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CONTENTS  
A Look At Your Remote ............................................... 4  
Preparation ................................................................... 6  
Installing Batteries ................................................... 6  
Device Types ........................................................... 7  
Setting Up Your Remote Control ............................. 7  
To Operate Your TV/VCR Combination ........... 8  
Operation .................................................................... 10  
Using the Light ....................................................... 10  
Converting Device Keys ........................................ 10  
Using Punch-Through ............................................ 11  
Turning Punch-Through Off ........................... 11  
Using the Smart Keys ............................................ 12  
Clearing Smart Keys ..................................... 13  
Using Favorite Channel Scan ................................ 14  
Clearing Favorite Channel Scan ................... 15  
Using the Sleep Function ...................................... 15  
Manufacturer Codes .................................................. 17  
Amplifiers ............................................................... 17  
Cable Converters ................................................... 18  
CD Players ............................................................ 21  
DVD Players .......................................................... 24  
Home Automation .................................................. 25  
Laser Disc Players ................................................. 25  
Miscellaneous Audio .............................................. 26  
Satellite Receivers ................................................. 26  
Televisions ............................................................. 27  
Tuners/Receivers .................................................. 34  
TV/VCR Combinations .......................................... 37  
VCRs ..................................................................... 39  
Video Accessories ................................................. 46  
Troubleshooting ......................................................... 47  
Searching for a Code ............................................. 48  
Determining the 4-Digit Code ........................ 49  
Care and Maintenance ............................................... 50  
Specifications ............................................................ 51  
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A LOOK AT YOUR REMOTE  
Your RadioShack 6-in-One Smart A/V Remote Con-  
trol was designed with the functions used most often  
to operate your TV, VCR, cable converter, CD or  
DVD player, satellite receiver, and audio equipment.  
Key  
Function  
P
Used in setting up your devices.  
Used to activate light mode.  
POWER  
,
Operate the same as the correspond-  
ing keys on your original remote con-  
trol.  
MENU GUIDE  
,
,
SELECT  
,
MUTE LAST  
,
,
VOL + VOL–  
,
,
DISPLAY CH  
,
+ CH –  
, digit  
,
TV/  
keys,  
VIDEO ENTER  
,
AUX 1 AUX 2  
,
,
Used when you set up the remote  
control to replace your original remote  
controls. Also used during normal  
operation to let you select the device  
you want to control.  
VCR TV CD  
,
,
,
CBL/SAT  
All Lights On  
POWER  
Allows you to control lamps and appli-  
ances with your 6-in-One A/V Remote  
Control. To get the full benefit from  
this feature, you must purchase addi-  
tional equipment, available at your  
local RadioShack store.  
(
),  
PLUG ’N  
POWER  
,
All Off (MUTE),  
Brt (VOL+),  
Dim VOL–  
(
),  
On (CH+),  
Off CH–  
(
)
SLEEP  
Controls the Sleep Timer in TV,  
CABLE, SAT, and AUX 1 or AUX 2  
modes for devices that have this fea-  
ture. If your device does not have a  
SLEEP  
sleep timer,  
activates the  
remote’s built-in sleep timer.  
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Key  
REW PLAY  
Function  
,
,
Control VCR functions and are used  
to select options and navigate in your  
TV or cable converter.  
FFWD REC  
,
,
STOP PAUSE  
,
1s 2s 3s 4s  
,
,
,
Smart keys used for learning from  
your original remote control.  
FAV/SCAN  
Can be programmed to scan through  
your 10 favorite channels or left un-  
programmed to scan all channels.  
PIP SWAP  
MOVE  
,
,
Picture-in-Picture keys operate the  
same as corresponding keys on your  
original remote control.  
SURR  
CENTER  
,
Control your Surround Sound system  
and other similar devices.  
,
,
,
and  
Notes:  
• Whenever you use  
REC  
on the remote control,  
you must press it twice. This safety feature  
helps you avoid accidentally recording over  
tapes.  
• If you use the 6-in-One to replace extremely  
complex remote controls, the 6-in-One might not  
be able to duplicate some of the original remote  
control’s functions, but you can program one of  
the Smart Keys to operate those functions. See  
“Using the Smart Keys” on Page 12.  
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PREPARATION  
INSTALLING BATTERIES  
Your RadioShack 6-in-One Smart A/V Remote Con-  
trol requires four AAA batteries (not supplied), avail-  
able at your local RadioShack store.  
Cautions:  
• Use only fresh batteries of the required size and  
recommended type.  
• Do not mix old and new batteries, different types  
of batteries (standard, alkaline, or recharge-  
able), or rechargeable batteries of different  
capacities.  
1. Press the battery compartment cover’s tab and  
lift off the cover.  
2. Place the batteries in the compartment as indi-  
cated by the polarity symbols (+ and –) marked  
inside.  
3. Replace the cover.  
If you installed the batteries correctly and the red in-  
POWER  
, re-  
dicator does not light when you press  
place the batteries.  
Note:  
You do not need to reprogram your remote  
control after removing the batteries, because no  
stored information is lost during battery replacement.  
Cautions:  
• Dispose of old batteries promptly and properly.  
Do not burn or bury them.  
• Always remove old or weak batteries. Batteries  
can leak chemicals that can destroy electronic  
parts.  
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DEVICE TYPES  
You can use the remote control's device keys to con-  
trol these types of devices:  
TV  
— TVs  
VCR  
— VCRs and TV/VCR combinations, digital  
video disc players, laser disc players, cassette  
decks, digital audio tape players  
CBL/SAT  
— cable converters, satellite systems,  
video accessories  
CD  
— CD players  
AUX 1 AUX 2  
or  
— miscellaneous audio devices  
(such as graphic equalizers and digital audio  
service terminals)  
PLUG ’N POWER  
— home automation  
Note:  
To enjoy the full benefit of the Plug ’n Power  
feature, you must purchase additional equipment,  
available at your local RadioShack store.  
SETTING UP YOUR REMOTE  
CONTROL  
1. Refer to “Manufacturer Codes” on Page 17 and  
write down the codes for your devices on the 6-  
in-One’s label.  
Note:  
Some manufacturers have several codes  
listed. Try each until you find the right one. See  
“Searching for a Code” on Page 48 if you cannot  
find the correct code.  
2. Turn on your TV.  
3. Press the device key for the type of remote you  
TV VCR CBL/SAT CD AUX 1  
are replacing (  
,
,
,
,
or  
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AUX 2  
PLUG ’N POWER  
), then hold down  
P
, or  
until the red light blinks twice.  
4. Enter the 4-digit code.  
For example, to replace a Panasonic TV’s  
TV  
remote control (set-up code 0051), press  
,
P
hold down until the red light blinks twice, then  
0 0 5 1  
enter  
.
When the red light blinks twice, the remote con-  
trol has accepted the code.  
Note:  
If you enter an invalid code, the red light  
makes one long blink.  
5. Point the 6-in-One at your device and press  
POWER  
. Your TV should turn off.  
If the remote does not operate your device, try the  
other codes you wrote down in Step 1.  
To Operate Your TV/VCR Combination  
1. Refer to “TV/VCR Combinations” on Page 37  
and write down the codes for your TV/VCR com-  
bination on the supplied label.  
Notes:  
• Some manufacturers have several codes  
listed. Try each until you find the right one.  
See “Searching for a Code” on Page 48 if you  
cannot find the correct code.  
• Some TV/VCR combinations require a sec-  
ond code to control volume. If you cannot  
control volume, use one of the codes listed  
for your brand in “TV/VCR Combinations.”  
2. Turn on your TV/VCR combination and insert a  
tape.  
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VCR  
P
3. Press  
then hold down until the red light  
blinks twice.  
4. Enter the 4-digit code.  
For example, to replace a Panasonic TV/VCR  
combination’s remote control (set-up code  
VCR  
P
1162), press  
blinks twice, then press  
, hold down until the red light  
1 1 6 2  
.
When the red light blinks twice, the remote con-  
trol has accepted the code.  
Note:  
If the code you entered is invalid, the red  
light makes one long blink.  
5. Point the 6-in-One at your TV/VCR combination  
POWER  
PLAY  
or . Your TV/VCR com-  
and press  
bination should turn off or start to play.  
If the remote does not operate your TV/VCR combi-  
nation, try the other codes you wrote down in Step 1.  
Note:  
Some TV/VCR combinations require a second  
code to control volume. If you cannot control the vol-  
ume, use the TV code listed in “TV/VCR Combina-  
tions” on Page 37.  
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OPERATION  
1. Press the device key for the device you want to  
control.  
2. Point the remote control toward the device you  
want to control, then press the desired com-  
mand keys.  
3. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for all other devices you  
want to operate.  
Note:  
The command keys on the remote con-  
trol work the same as the keys on the original  
remote control; however, the labeling might dif-  
fer slightly.  
4. To turn off the last device you selected, press  
POWER  
. To turn off other devices, press the  
device key for the device you want to turn off,  
POWER  
then press  
.
USING THE LIGHT  
The backlight lets you see the keys on your 6-in-One  
in the dark. Press  
to turn on the light. The keypad  
lights for about 5 seconds. Then, every time you  
press a key, the 6-in-One lights up and stays lit for  
about 5 seconds. To turn off the light, press  
again.  
CONVERTING DEVICE KEYS  
You can use your 6-in-One Remote to operate a sec-  
ond TV or VCR (or other components) for a total of  
up to six devices. To do this, you must first convert  
AUX1 AUX2 VCR TV CD  
,
an unused device key (  
,
,
,
,
CBL/SAT  
) to operate each additional device. For ex-  
AUX1  
TV  
:
ample, to convert  
to operate a second  
P
1. Hold down until the red light blinks twice.  
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992  
. The red light blinks twice.  
2. Press  
3. Press  
4. Press  
TV  
.
AUX1  
. The red light blinks twice.  
AUX1  
5. Program the converted device key (  
) with  
the code for the second TV. (See “Setting Up  
Your Remote Control” on Page 7.)  
Repeat these steps for each key you want to convert.  
To convert a key back to its original function, repeat  
AUX1  
Steps 1–2, then press  
twice.  
USING PUNCH-THROUGH  
Punch-Through lets you alternately control two differ-  
ent devices without pressing the device keys for  
each one.  
For example, a TV is often the only device that uses  
the volume keys. With the 6-in-One programmed to  
punch-through to the TV, you can control the TV’s  
volume while the 6-in-One is in any device mode.  
P
1. Hold down until the red light blinks twice.  
9 9 3  
2. Press  
3. Press  
.
TV  
. When you press  
VCR  
(or another  
device key) and use your volume keys, the 6-in-  
One controls the volume through the TV instead  
of the VCR (or the other device).  
Turning Punch-Through Off  
P
1. Hold down until the red light blinks twice.  
9 9 3  
2. Press  
.
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VOL +  
3. Press  
through the currently selected device. (For  
VCR  
. The 6-in-One controls the volume  
example, when you press  
, the 6-in-One  
controls the volume through the VCR; when you  
CBL  
press  
, the 6-in-One controls the volume  
through the cable converter.)  
Note:  
The 6-in-One A/V cannot control volume  
through a device which does not have a volume  
control.  
USING THE SMART KEYS  
Your RadioShack 6-in-One Smart A/V Remote can  
learn up to 24 features from your original remote con-  
trol using Smart Technology. Your remote is  
1s 2s 3s  
4s  
)
equipped with four Smart Keys (  
,
,
, and  
that you can program to perform special functions  
from your original remotes.  
For example, if your original remote has a button la-  
beled CLOCK, the 6-in-One does not come with this  
feature preprogrammed. Follow these steps to pro-  
gram one of the Smart Keys to perform the function  
of the CLOCK button:  
1. Place your original remote control nose-to-nose  
with the RadioShack Smart Light-Up Remote  
Control as in the diagram below.  
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P
2. Hold down until the red light blinks twice, then  
9 7 5  
press  
. The red light blinks twice again.  
TV VCR CBL CD AUX 1  
, or  
3. Press a device key (  
,
,
,
,
AUX 2  
) to select where the function will reside.  
Note:  
You can use each Smart Key for one fea-  
1s  
ture in each of the four modes. For example,  
can be programmed for CLOCK in TV mode and  
TRACKING in VCR mode.  
1s 2s 3s  
, or  
4. Press one of the four Smart Keys (  
4s  
,
,
). The red light blinks rapidly.  
5. Hold down the key on your original remote that  
you want the 6-in-One to learn until the red light  
blinks twice.  
P
6. Hold down until the red light blinks twice.  
7. Press the Smart Key you pressed in Step 4. The  
6-in-One performs the function it learned from  
your original remote control.  
8. Repeat Steps 1–7 to program more functions  
onto the Smart Keys.  
Clearing Smart Keys  
You can clear a function that you previously pro-  
grammed to a Smart Key to make room for a new  
function. Follow these steps to clear a Smart Key:  
P
1. Hold down until the red light blinks twice.  
9 7 6  
2. Press  
. The red light blinks twice.  
3. Press the Smart Key you want to clear twice.  
The red light blinks twice and the key is cleared.  
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USING FAVORITE CHANNEL  
SCAN  
You can program your 6-in-One Remote to scan  
through 10 of your favorite channels in either TV,  
VCR, or Cable modes.  
Note:  
You can only maintain a favorite channel list  
for one device at a time. You cannot set up a favorite  
channel list for another device until you clear the ex-  
isting list.  
1. Press the device key for the device you want to  
TV VCR  
, or  
CBL  
). The red light blinks.  
scan (  
,
P
2. Hold down until the red light blinks twice, then  
9 9 6  
press  
.
3. Enter the first channel number you want to  
include in your favorite channel list, then press  
P
.
Notes:  
0
• Precede a single-digit number with a . For  
0 1 0 2  
, and so on.  
example,  
,
• If you enter a three-digit number, you do not  
P
need to press after entering the number.  
• If you use an ENTER key to directly access  
channels on your original remote, press  
ENTER  
after you enter the last digit of a chan-  
nel.  
4. Repeat Step 3 for up to 9 other channels you  
P
want to include in your list, then hold down  
until the red light blinks twice.  
5. To scan through your favorite channel list, press  
the appropriate device key, point the remote at  
SCAN  
. The remote con-  
your device, then press  
trol repeatedly scans through the favorite chan-  
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nel list, stopping on each channel for about 3  
seconds.  
6. Press any key when you see a channel you  
want to watch. Scanning stops.  
Note:  
SCAN  
press  
If you do not program a favorite channel list,  
acts as a “channel surf” key. Each time you  
SCAN  
, the 6-in-One repeatedly performs cy-  
cles through the channels, stopping on each for  
about 3 seconds.  
Clearing Favorite Channel Scan  
To change your favorite channel list, you must first  
P
clear the existing list. Hold down until the red light  
9 9 6  
P
blinks twice. Press  
, then hold down until the  
red light blinks twice. The list is cleared.  
USING THE SLEEP FUNCTION  
To use the sleep timer built into your TV, cable con-  
verter, satellite system, or audio device, press  
SLEEP  
. Most sleep timers advance in increments of  
10 or 15 minutes. For specific instructions on setting  
your device’s sleep timer, refer to the device’s own-  
er’s manual.  
If your TV, cable or satellite system does not have a  
sleep timer, the 6-in-One has a built-in sleep timer  
that can perform the function.  
1. Press the appropriate device key.  
SLEEP  
2. Press  
to set the 6-in-One’s sleep timer  
for 15 minutes. The red light blinks once.  
SLEEP  
3. Each additional press of  
adds 15 min-  
utes to the sleep timer, up to 60 minutes. The  
red light blinks twice when the sleep timer is set  
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for 30 minutes, 3 times for 45 minutes, or 4  
times for 60 minutes.  
Note:  
The 6-in-One’s sleep timer starts 10 sec-  
SLEEP  
. Once  
onds after the last time you press  
you activate the sleep timer, you must keep the  
remote control aimed directly at the component  
for this feature to operate.  
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MANUFACTURER CODES  
The following list tells you which 4-digit codes to en-  
ter to set up the remote control to operate your:  
• Amplifier (see below)  
• Cable Converter (see page 18)  
• CD Player (see page 21)  
• DVD Player (see page 24)  
• Home Automation (see page 25)  
• Laser Disc Player (see page 25)  
• Miscellaneous Audio (see page 26)  
• Satellite Receiver (see page 26)  
Television (see page 27)  
• Tuner/Receiver (see page 34)  
• TV/VCR Combination (see page 37)  
• VCR (see page 39)  
• Video Accessory (see page 46)  
Notes:  
• The remote control might not have every com-  
mand from your original remote controls.  
• Use the 6-in-One’s label to record the manufac-  
turers' codes for your remote-controlled devices.  
• A key on the remote control that has the same  
name as a key on your original remote control  
might have a slightly different function.  
RadioShack  
Manufacturer  
Code(s)  
Cat. No.  
Amplifiers  
0406  
0269  
0300  
0160  
0892  
Aiwa  
Carver  
Curtis Mathes  
Denon  
Harman/Kar-  
don  
0331  
JVC  
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RadioShack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Linn  
Code(s)  
0269  
0269  
0269  
0013  
0300  
0395  
Magnavox  
Marantz  
31-3042  
Optimus  
31-3042  
31-2105,31-2107,  
31-2120,31-3018,  
31-3019, 31-3021  
0308  
0269  
Panasonic  
Philips  
0013, 0300  
0395, 0231  
0308  
Pioneer  
Realistic  
Technics  
Victor  
0331  
0013  
Wards  
0354  
Yamaha  
Cable Converters  
0003, 0008, 0014,  
0017, 0007, 0011,  
0013  
ABC  
0153, 0315  
0022, 0207  
0153  
Allegro  
Antronix  
Archer  
16-1283  
15-1285  
16-1283  
15-1288  
0022  
0207  
0797  
0014  
Bell & Howell  
Cabletenna  
Cableview  
Century  
0022  
0022  
0153  
0153, 0315  
Citizen  
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RadioShack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Colour Voice  
Comtronics  
Contec  
Code(s)  
0025  
0040  
0019  
0002  
0797  
Eastern  
Emerson  
Everquest  
Focus  
0015, 0040  
0400  
0207  
GC  
Electronics  
0153  
0015  
Garrard  
Gemini  
0476, 0276, 0011,  
0810  
General  
Instrument  
0144, 0040  
0797  
GoldStar  
Goodmind  
Hamlin  
0020, 0259, 0009,  
0034  
0011  
Hitachi  
Hytex  
0007  
0015, 0153, 0315  
Jasco  
Jerrold  
0003, 0012, 0476,  
0276, 0014, 0015,  
0011, 0810  
0000  
Memorex  
Movie Time  
NSC  
0063  
0063  
0019, 0007  
0021  
Oak  
Optimus  
Panasonic  
Paragon  
Philips  
0000, 0107, 0021  
0000  
0153, 0025  
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RadioShack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Code(s)  
0144, 0533  
Pioneer  
0400  
Popular  
Mechanics  
0000  
Pulsar  
0000  
Quasar  
RCA  
0021  
0015, 0315, 0883  
0797  
RadioShack  
15-1288  
0207  
16-1283, 15-  
1285A  
Realistic  
0400  
Recoton  
Regal  
0020, 0259  
0002  
Regency  
Rembrandt  
Runco  
0011  
0000  
0040  
SL Marx  
Samsung  
0144, 0040  
0008, 0477, 0017  
Scientific  
Atlanta  
0015, 0040  
0011  
Signal  
Signature  
Sprucer  
Starcom  
Stargate  
Starquest  
TV86  
0021  
0003, 0015  
0015, 0040, 0797  
0015  
0063  
0258  
Tandy  
0040  
Teleview  
Tocom  
0012, 0013  
0000  
Toshiba  
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RadioShack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Tusa  
Code(s)  
0015  
0153, 0022, 0207  
0007  
Unika  
United Artists  
Universal  
0153, 0022, 0191,  
0207  
0063, 0258  
0000, 0525  
0400  
Viewstar  
Zenith  
Zentek  
CD Players  
0018  
ADC  
0155  
Adcom  
Aiwa  
0157, 0124  
0194  
Audio  
Alchemy  
0170  
Audio-  
Technica  
0194  
0420  
0029  
BSR  
Burmester  
California  
Audio Lab  
0194  
Carrera  
Carver  
DKK  
0157, 0179, 0437  
0000  
0003, 0873  
Denon  
Emerson  
0305, 0155, 0164,  
0469  
0179, 0174, 0342  
0009  
Fisher  
GE  
0420, 0393, 0280  
0032, 0305, 0164  
Garrard  
Genexxa  
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RadioShack  
Manufacturer  
Code(s)  
Cat. No.  
0363  
Goodmans  
0173, 0426  
Harman/  
Kardon  
0032, 0155  
0072  
Hitachi  
JVC  
0028, 0037, 0190,  
0826, 0681  
Kenwood  
0157  
Krell  
0018  
Kyocera  
LXI  
0305  
0157  
Linn  
0029  
MCS  
0420  
MTC  
0157, 0305  
0029, 0157, 0180  
0157  
Magnavox  
Marantz  
Mission  
NSM  
0157  
0164, 0170, 0174  
0101, 0868  
Nikko  
Onkyo  
Optimus  
0000, 0087, 0280,  
0671  
0032  
0179  
42-5041, 42-5044,  
13-1248, 14-545,  
42-5015, 42-5049  
0305  
0037  
0420  
42-5048, 42-5061  
13-1251  
31-3041,42-5022,  
42-5025, 42-5071  
0145  
0468  
13-1258  
42-5045,42-5060,  
42-5062,42-5063,  
42-5064  
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RadioShack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Code(s)  
0175  
0194  
0196  
0342  
0426  
42-5013  
Optimus  
(continued)  
42-5016  
42-5019, 42-5032  
42-5037  
42-5031,42-5036,  
42-5038  
0437  
0536  
0775  
42-5023, 42-5024  
13-1261, 13-1263  
42-5059  
0029, 0367  
0420, 0194  
0157  
Panasonic  
Parasound  
Philips  
0032, 0305, 0468,  
0244  
Pioneer  
0157  
0157  
0029  
0145  
Proton  
QED  
Quasar  
RadioShack  
RCA  
13-1259  
0179, 0305, 0053,  
0009, 0155  
0179  
42-5014  
Realistic  
0420  
42-5022  
0155  
42-5004, 42-5007  
42-5010  
0175  
0180  
42-5020  
0164, 0452, 0453  
0157, 0420  
0157  
Rotel  
SAE  
0018  
STS  
0157, 0305  
0179, 0087  
Sansui  
Sanyo  
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RadioShack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Scott  
Code(s)  
0305, 0155, 0164  
0305  
Sears  
0037, 0180  
Sharp  
0114, 0180, 0196,  
0426  
Sherwood  
0000, 0185, 0490,  
0604, 0605  
Sony  
0398  
0420  
Staron  
Tascam  
Teac  
0420, 0393, 0174,  
0180  
0029  
0194  
Technics  
Vector  
Research  
0072  
Victor  
Wards  
Yamaha  
Yorx  
0157, 0053  
0036, 0170, 0187  
0461  
DVD Players  
0558  
JVC  
Kenwood  
Magnavox  
Mitsubishi  
Onkyo  
0534  
0503  
0521  
503  
Panasonic  
Philips  
0490  
0503, 0539  
0525, 0571  
0522  
Pioneer  
Proscan  
RCA  
0522  
Samsung  
0573  
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RadioShack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Sony  
Code(s)  
0533  
0490  
0503  
Technics  
Toshiba  
Yamaha  
Zenith  
0490, 0545  
0503  
Home Automation  
0240  
0167  
0240  
0167  
GE  
One For All  
RadioShack  
Security  
System  
0167  
0167  
Universal X10  
X10  
Laser Disc Players  
0203  
Aiwa  
0059  
Denon  
Funai  
0203  
0558  
JVC  
0534  
Kenwood  
Magnavox  
Mitsubishi  
NAD  
0503  
0059, 0521  
0059  
0503  
Onkyo  
0525  
31-3040  
Optimus  
Panasonic  
Philips  
Pioneer  
Proscan  
RCA  
0490  
0503, 0539  
0059, 0525, 0571  
0522  
0522  
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RadioShack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Realistic  
Samsung  
Sharp  
Code(s)  
0203  
0573  
0001  
16-302  
0533, 0193, 0201  
0490  
Sony  
Technics  
Toshiba  
Yamaha  
Zenith  
0503  
0490, 0545  
0503  
Miscellaneous Audio  
0010, 0159  
0459, 0520  
0460  
Aiwa  
Jerrold  
Scientific  
Atlanta  
0010, 0159  
0459  
Sony  
Starcom  
Satellite Receivers  
0772  
AlphaStar  
Chaparral  
Echostar  
0216  
0775, 0269  
0775  
Expressvu  
0627, 0361, 0869  
General  
Instrument  
0775  
0819  
0749  
HTS  
Hitachi  
Hughes  
Network  
Systems  
0775  
JVC  
0627, 0361  
0269  
Jerrold  
Legend  
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RadioShack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Magnavox  
Memorex  
Code(s)  
0724, 0722  
0724  
0269  
16-2511  
16-2575  
0869  
Next Level  
Optimus  
Panasonic  
Philips  
0724  
0701  
0724, 0722  
0627, 0361  
0566  
Primestar  
RCA  
16-2530,16-2531,  
16-2539  
0143, 0855  
0052  
16-2502, 16-2507  
16-2501  
Realistic  
0051  
0639  
16-2545  
Sony  
0869  
Star Choice  
Toshiba  
Uniden  
Zenith  
0790  
0722, 0052  
0856  
Televisions  
0003  
A-Mark  
AOC  
0030, 0019, 0003,  
0185  
0032  
0093  
0046  
0092  
0030  
0179  
0177  
0751  
Abex  
Admiral  
Adventura  
Aiko  
Akai  
Alaron  
Ambassador  
Ampro  
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RadioShack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Anam  
Code(s)  
0180  
0055  
0003  
Anam National  
Archer  
0451, 0180, 0003,  
0092, 0623  
Audiovox  
0180  
Baysonic  
Belcor  
0019  
0154, 0016  
0180  
Bell & Howell  
Bradford  
Brockwood  
Broksonic  
CXC  
0019  
0236, 0463, 0003  
0180  
0030, 0056, 0046  
0030  
Candle  
Carnivale  
Carver  
0054  
0000  
Celebrity  
Cineral  
0451, 0092  
0060, 0030, 0056,  
0039, 0046, 0092,  
0280  
Citizen  
0185  
Clairtone  
Concerto  
Contec  
0056  
0180, 0185  
0180  
Craig  
0054  
Crosley  
Crown  
0180, 0039  
0047, 0054, 0154,  
0051, 0451, 0093,  
0060, 0030, 0145,  
0056, 0016, 0039,  
0166, 0466, 1147,  
1347  
Curtis Mathes  
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