Shaw Universal Remote ATLAS PVR Universal Remote Control User Manual

ATLAS PVR Universal Remote Control  
Users Guide  
 
INTRODUCTION  
The Atlas PVR Universal Remote Control by Universal  
Electronics is our latest generation universal remote  
control. Its sophisticated technology allows you to  
consolidate up to five of your original home  
entertainment remote controls into one easy-to-use  
product. Moreover, its packed with advanced features  
such as:  
Preprogrammed control to operate the cable  
converter supplied by your cable service provider  
Dedicated keys to control popular functions on your  
DVR/PVR (Digital/Personal Video Recorder)  
Programmable Master Power key for master on/off  
control of your home entertainment equipment with  
a single keystroke  
Channel Lock to lock channel selection only to the  
cable converter  
Volume Lock to lock volume controls to one mode or  
individual modes  
Device Key Re-Assignment to remotely control a  
second (duplicate) device  
Code Search to help program control of older or  
discontinued components  
Color-coded keys to quickly locate popular  
functions  
Code library for popular video and audio devices  
Before using the product, you will need to install the  
enclosed batteries and also perform some programming  
to operate the specific home entertainment devices you  
wish to control.  
Please follow the instructions detailed in this manual to  
set up the unit and then start enjoying your new remote  
control and cable service.  
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FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS  
Use the illustration below to locate features on the Atlas  
PVR Universal Remote Control and then study the Key  
Charts (on the next three pages) to learn how they  
function.  
To find out what type of devices can be controlled by  
each device key after programming, see “Device Table”  
on page 7.  
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Key Charts  
Key  
Function  
Use SETUP for all programming  
sequences.  
Press PWR once to turn on or off a home  
entertainment device. For MASTER  
POWER control, see “Using the Master  
Power Key” on page 18.  
Press AUX, DVD, AUD, TV, or CBL once to  
select a home entertainment device to  
control. Also see “Device Table” on  
page 7.  
Each device key has an embedded LED  
(red light) that blinks upon selection  
and indicates the remote control is  
working and (after programming) is  
sending signals.  
Use GUIDE to display the program  
guide.  
Press MENU/SETTINGS once to display  
available menu options.  
Use INFO to display the current channel  
and program information.  
Use DAY+ (or DAY-) to move a day  
forward (or back) on your cable  
converter’s program guide.  
Use the Cursor keys to move the cursor  
in the program guide and menu screens  
and to navigate within the interactive  
service.  
Use OK/SELECT to choose options, PPV  
events, and to tune programs from the  
program guide.  
Use PAGE+ (or PAGE-) to page up (or  
page down) through menu screens and  
the program guide.  
Use EXIT to exit out of your cable  
converters menu and guide.  
Use A, B, or C to access additional cable  
features (future functionality).  
Use VOL+ (or VOL-) to raise (or lower)  
the audio volume.  
Use FAV to cycle through your favorite  
channels stored in the program guide.  
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Key  
Function  
Use CH+ (or CH-) to select the next  
higher (or lower) channel.  
For DVD players, use these keys to skip  
forward (or reverse) through chapters.  
For amplifiers/receivers, use these keys  
to select the next higher (or lower)  
preset station.  
Press MUTE once to turn the sound off  
or on.  
Press LAST once to recall the last  
channel.  
Press SKIP to skip forward in  
predetermined increments.  
Press SHAWONDEMAND to access Shaw  
Video On Demand VOD services.  
Press MUSIC to access the available  
Digital Music services.  
Use  
to command your PVR to  
instantly replay the last 15 seconds of a  
program you are watching.  
Press LIST once to display a list of  
recorded shows on your PVR.  
Press LIVE to return to watching live TV.  
In all modes except CBL, use REW, PLAY,  
FFWD, STOP, and PAUSE to control a  
VCR, DVD player, or a PVR (after  
selecting a desired device). To record in  
the VCR mode, press REC twice.  
In the CBL mode, use these keys to  
control the DVR/PVR functions of the  
set-top box.  
Use the keypad numbers (1-9, and 0) to  
directly tune channels (e.g., 009).  
For amplifiers/receivers, use the keypad  
numbers to select inputs 1 through 10.  
P
ress HD/ZOOM once to change the aspect  
ratio of the show you are watching. (Not  
available on all set-top boxes)  
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Key  
Function  
Use PIP ON-OFF to switch the Picture-  
In-Picture feature on or off (if available  
on your TV or cable service).  
Use PIP SWAP to switch images and  
sound between the main and window  
pictures, or to swap tuners on dual-  
tuner PVRs.  
U
se PIP MOVE to move the window picture  
to different positions in the main picture  
.
Use PIP CH+ (or CH-) to select the next  
higher (or lower) PIP channel.  
In the CBL mode, use VIDEO SOURCE to  
view other video sources (A or B)  
instead of cable.  
In all other modes, use VIDEO SOURCE  
to watch TV or video programs on a  
desired device.  
For amplifiers/receivers, use VIDEO  
SOURCE to select an input source.  
Device Table  
NOTE:  
Please refer to the table below when  
performing the instructions in  
“Programming Device Control” on page 8 or  
“Programming TV/VCR Combo Control” on  
page 10.  
After programming, theAtlas PVR Universal Remote  
Control will be able to control the following types of  
devices:  
Device Key  
Controls these types of devices  
VCR, TV/VCR Combo, PVR (Personal  
Video Recorder), or extra PVR Player  
DVD Player  
Audio Amplifier, Tuner, or Receiver  
Te l e v i s ion  
Cable Box (Converter) or Satellite  
Receiver, including PVR and VOD  
controls  
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INSTALLING BATTERIES  
1.  
2.  
On the back of the remote control, push the  
tab and lift off the battery cover.  
Locate the two (2) enclosed AA batteries.  
Match the + and - marks with those in the  
battery case, then insert them.  
3.  
4.  
Align the cover’s keys with the case’s holes and  
press the cover back into place. The tab should  
click when the cover is locked.  
Test the remote control by pressing any mode  
key (e.g., TV). If the batteries are inserted  
correctly, the LED (red light) will blink once.  
NOTE:  
When batteries need replacement, the remote  
control will cease to operate. Replace the  
batteries and the unit will be restored to its  
full functionality, complete with your favorite  
settings.  
PROGRAMMING DEVICE CONTROL  
The Atlas PVR Universal Remote Control is  
preprogrammed to operate the cable box (converter)  
provided by your cable system, an RCA TV, a Toshiba  
DVD player, an RCA VCR (as an AUX device), and a  
Pioneer audio receiver. To control devices other than the  
default brands, perform the following steps; otherwise  
skip this section.  
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NOTES: For TV/VCR Combo control, skip this section  
and perform the instructions on “Program-  
ming TV/VCR Combo Control” on page 10.  
Also refer to “Device Table” on page 7 to find  
out which devices can be programmed onto  
each device key.  
If you have another brand of cable converter  
or a satellite receiver you would like to control,  
you’ll need to unlock the cable ID Lock before  
changing the converter code (see “Program-  
ming ID Lock” on page 18).  
1.  
Turn on a device and, if applicable, insert  
video media, (e.g., cassette or disc).  
NOTE: Please read steps 2 through 4 completely  
before proceeding. Highlight or write down  
the codes and device you wish to program  
before moving on to step 2.  
2.  
On the remote control, press a device key once  
(i.e., AUX, DVD, AUD, TV, or CBL); it will blink  
once. Then press and hold SETUP until the  
selected mode key blinks twice.  
3.  
Use the “Manufacturer’s Codes” starting on  
page 24) to locate the type of device and  
brand name and then enter the first four-digit  
code for your device. If performed correctly,  
the selected mode key will blink twice.  
NOTE:  
If the selected mode key emits a long blink,  
the entry is invalid. Repeat steps 2 through 3  
and try entering the same code again.  
4.  
Aim the remote control at the device and  
press PWR once. The device should turn off. If  
it does not, repeat steps 2 through 3, trying  
each code for your brand until you find one  
that works. If it still does not respond, try  
searching for the code (see “Searching for  
Your Code” on page 11).  
NOTE:  
If the device does not have a PWR key, press  
the(Play) key.  
5.  
Repeat steps 1 through 4 for each device you  
want the remote control to operate. For future  
reference, write down each working device  
code in the boxes on the following page.  
AUX Code  
Device Type:___________________  
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DVD Code  
Device Type:___________________  
AUD Code  
Device Type:___________________  
CBL Code  
Device Type:___________________  
TV Code  
Device Type:___________________  
PROGRAMMING TV/VCR COMBO CONTROL  
If you own a TV/VCR Combo, perform the following  
instructions to control this device:  
1.  
Turn on your TV/VCR Combo and insert a  
video cassette.  
2.  
On the remote control, press AUX once; it will  
blink once. Then press and hold SETUP until  
the AUX key blinks twice.  
3.  
Use the “Manufacturer’s Codes” starting on  
page 24 to locate the brand name and enter  
the first four-digit code for your TV/VCR  
Combo. If you perform this procedure  
correctly, the AUX key will blink twice.  
NOTE:  
If the AUX key did not blink twice after enter-  
ing the codes last digit, repeat steps 2 through  
3 and try entering the same code again.  
If you’ve located a TV/VCR setup code that  
works for your TV/VCR Combo and a separate  
TV code is also listed, you’ll need to program  
this code into the remote control to access vol-  
ume control (see “Programming Device Con-  
trol” starting on page 8).  
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4.  
5.  
Aim the remote control at your TV/VCR  
Combo and press PWR once. The device  
should turn off. If it does not respond, repeat  
steps 2 through 3, trying each code listed for  
your brand until you find one that works. If it  
still does not respond, try searching for the  
code (“Searching for Your Code” starting on  
page 11).  
For future reference, write down each working  
device code in the boxes below:  
TV/VCR Code  
TV Code (if used)  
SEARCHING FOR YOUR CODE  
If your home entertainment device does not respond to  
theAtlas PVR Universal Remote Control after trying all  
of the codes listed for your brand, or if your brand is not  
listed at all, try searching for your code.  
For example, to search for a code for your TV:  
1.  
2.  
Turn on your TV.  
On the remote control, press TV once; it will  
blink once. Then press and hold SETUP until  
the TV key blinks twice.  
3.  
Enter 9 9 1. The TV key will blink twice.  
4.  
5.  
Aim the remote control at the TV and press  
PWR once.  
Press CH+ one or more times and stop when  
the TV turns off.  
NOTE:  
In the search mode, the remote control will  
send IR codes from its library to the selected  
device, starting with the most popular code  
first.  
6.  
Press SETUP once to lock in the code. The TV  
key will blink twice.  
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7.  
To search for the codes of your other devices,  
repeat steps 1 through 5, but substitute the  
appropriate key (e.g., AUX, DVD, AUD, or CBL)  
for the device you are searching for.  
CHECKING THE CODES  
If you have set up theAtlas PVR Universal Remote  
Control by searching for your device code (on the  
previous page), you may need to find out which four-  
digit code is operating your equipment.  
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or example, to find out which code is operating your TV  
:
1.  
On the remote control, press TV once; it will  
blink once. Then press and hold SETUP until  
the TV key blinks twice.  
2.  
Enter 9 9 0. The TV key will blink twice.  
3.  
To view the code for the first digit, press 1  
once. Count the number of times the TV key  
blinks (e.g., 3 blinks = 3) and write down the  
number in the leftmost TV Code box on  
page 10.  
NOTE:  
If a code digit is 0, the selected mode key will  
not blink.  
4.  
Repeat step 3 three more times for the  
remaining digits. Use 2 for the second digit, 3  
for the third digit, and 4 for the fourth digit.  
Finish writing down the code in the TV Code  
boxes on page 10.  
5.  
To check for other device codes, repeat steps 1  
through 4, but substitute the appropriate key  
(e.g., AUX, DVD, AUD, or CBL) for the device  
you are checking. Write down the codes in the  
appropriate boxes on page 10.  
USING LEARNING  
The Atlas PVR Universal Remote Control includes a  
Learning feature so you can add functions that are  
unique to your home entertainment devices (e.g.,VCR  
T
racking Up or Down). However, there are some  
considerations  
.
Learning Precautions  
Your original remote controls must be in working  
order for learning to work properly.  
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Learned keys are mode-specific, so each one can  
store a unique function for each mode.  
Do not use the following keys for learning: Device  
Keys, SETUP, Record (•), Tune-In Keys.  
Learning capacity is approximately 16 to 25 keys,  
depending on the code being learned.  
Certain device functions are not learnable including  
multi-frequency types, some high frequency ones,  
and other unusual formats.  
For optimum learning, avoid high levels of ambient  
light such as natural sunlight or energy-efficient  
fluorescent lights.  
NOTE:  
Please have your original remote controls  
handy before programming learning.  
Programming a Learned Key  
NOTE:  
If more than 15 seconds pass between key  
presses, the remote exits programming.  
1.  
Press and hold SETUP until the last-selected  
mode key blinks twice, then press 9 7 5.  
NOTE:  
If the LED displays one long flash instead,  
either your batteries are low, or the Atlas PVR  
Universal Remote Control has a memory fault.  
In either case, the remote will not learn a new  
key. See Additional Information” on page 23.  
2.  
3.  
Press a mode key once (i.e., AUX, DVD, AUD,  
TV, or CBL) to assign a mode for learning, then  
the key that will learn the new code.  
Place the Atlas PVR Universal Remote Control  
head-to-head (about 2" apart) from your  
original remote control. Also locate the key  
(on your original remote control) that you  
want the Atlas PVR Universal Remote Control  
to learn.  
2"  
4.  
On the original remote, press and hold the key  
to be learned. The Atlas PVR Universal  
Remote Control’s LED will blink rapidly, then  
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turn off. Continue holding the key on the  
original remote until the Atlas PVR Universal  
Remote Control’s LED blinks twice.  
NOTE:  
If the LED displays one long blink, a learning  
error has occurred. Try repeating this step  
again until a successful capture occurs. If the  
function is still not captured, press and hold  
SETUP to exit programming and review the  
“Learning Precautions” on the previous page.  
If needed, also see “Troubleshooting” on  
page 21. After review, start programming  
again at step 1.  
5.  
Repeat steps 2 through 4 for another mode  
and/or key or press and hold SETUP to exit  
programming.  
Deleting a Single Learning Key  
his process returns the key to its original programmin  
for the mode you select. You can also delete learned  
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g
programming by teaching a different function to the key  
(see “Programming a Learned Key” on page 13)  
NOTE:  
If more than 15 seconds pass between key  
presses, the remote exits programming.  
1.  
Press and hold SETUP until the last-selected  
mode key blinks twice, then press 9 7 6.  
2.  
Press a mode key once (i.e., AUX, DVD, AUD,  
TV, or CBL).  
3.  
4.  
Press the key containing the learned function  
to be deleted twice. The remote will blink  
twice.  
Repeat steps 2 through 3 for another key or  
press and hold SETUP to exit programming.  
Deleting All Learned Keys in a Specific Mode  
NOTE:  
If more than 15 seconds pass between key  
presses, the remote exits programming.  
1.  
Press and hold SETUP until the last-selected  
mode key blinks twice, then press 9 7 6.  
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2.  
3.  
Press a mode key twice (i.e., AUX, DVD, AUD,  
TV, or CBL) to clear all the learned keys for  
that mode. The LED blinks twice.  
Repeat step 2 for another mode or press and  
hold SETUP to exit programming.  
PROGRAMMING CHANNEL CONTROL LOCK  
By default, the remote control’s channel-control  
capabilities are locked to the cable converter. The  
*
affected keys are 1 through 0, CH+, CH-, ENTER, and  
LAST. This will guarantee that you do not inadvertently  
change a channel on your TV or VCR. However, you can  
de-activate this feature to allow full access to these keys  
in the TV and VCR modes.  
*
NOTE: This feature does not affect the AUD mode.  
Unlocking Channel Control  
1.  
On the remote control, press CBL once; it will  
blink once. Press and hold SETUP until the  
CBL key blinks twice.  
2.  
Enter 9 7 3. The CBL key will blink twice.  
3.  
Press CH- once. The CBL key will blink four  
times.  
Now the remote control will provide TV and VCR  
channel-control capabilities while in the TV or VCR  
mode.  
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Locking Channel Control to CBL  
1.  
On the remote control, press CBL once; it will  
blink once. Press and hold SETUP until the  
CBL key blinks twice.  
2.  
Enter 9 7 3.The CBL key will blink twice.  
3.  
Press CH+ once. The CBL key will blink twice.  
Now, regardless of what mode you select (except AUD),  
the channel keys will only change channels on your cable  
converter.  
CHANGING VOLUME LOCK  
Volume Lock allows you to control the volume through  
the device identified as having your primary speaker(s),  
regardless of which mode you are using. On theAtlas  
PVR Universal Remote Control, Global Volume Lock is  
set to TV, so you can control TV volume while in the AUX,  
DVD, TV or CBL mode. You can perform Individual  
Volume Unlock on a selected device to set its volume  
control for independent operation.  
NOTE:  
The audio mode’s (AUD) volume controls are  
active regardless of Volume Lock settings.  
However, if you lock the volume controls to  
the AUD mode, you will have control of the  
audio device’s volume in all other modes (i.e.,  
AUX, DVD, TV, and CBL). This can be an advan-  
tage if, for example, you always listen to home  
entertainment devices through your receiver’s  
speakers.  
Unlocking Volume Control for a Single Device  
(Individual Volume Unlock)  
1.  
Assuming Global Volume Lock is active, select  
a mode on the remote control that you want to  
unlock (e.g., CBL) and press it once. Next,  
press and hold SETUP until the device key  
blinks twice.  
2.  
Enter 9 9 3. The last-selected device key will  
blink twice.  
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3.  
4.  
Press VOL- once. The last-selected device key  
will blink four times.  
Repeat steps 1 through 3 for each device you  
want volume to be unlocked.  
Now, after you select a device that has volume unlocked  
(e.g., CBL), pressing VOL+, VOL-,or MUTE, will control  
only that device’s volume.  
Unlocking All Volume Control (Global Volume Unlock)  
NOTE:  
Performing these instructions will set inde-  
pendent volume control for all programmed  
devices.  
1.  
On the remote control, press and hold SETUP  
until the last-selected device key blinks twice.  
2.  
Enter 9 9 3. The last-selected device key will  
blink twice.  
3.  
Press VOL+ once. The last-selected device key  
will blink four times.  
Locking Volume Control To One Mode (Global  
Volume Lock)  
NOTE:  
The audio mode’s volume controls are active  
regardless of Volume Lock settings. However,  
if you lock the volume controls to the AUD  
mode, you will control the audio device’s vol-  
ume in all other modes (i.e., AUX, DVD, TV, or  
CBL). This can be an advantage if, for exam-  
ple, you always listen to home entertainment  
devices through your receiver’s speakers.  
1.  
2.  
On the remote control, press and hold SETUP  
until the last-selected device key blinks twice.  
Enter 9 9 3. The last-selected device key will  
blink twice.  
3.  
Select a mode (e.g., TV or AUD) which you  
want to use to control the volume. The  
selected device key will blink twice.  
Now, when you press VOL+, VOL-,or MUTE, the volume of  
the selected device (e.g., TV) is controlled regardless of  
mode.  
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PROGRAMMING ID LOCK  
TheAtlas PVR Universal Remote Control is locked at the  
factory to operate a Motorola Digital Cable Terminal  
(DCT). However, if you have another brand or model of  
cable converter or satellite service that you would like to  
control, then you’ll need to perform the following steps  
to unlock the ID Lock, enter a new manufacturer’s code,  
and lock the ID Lock again.  
1.  
2.  
Turn on the cable converter.  
On the remote control, press CBL once; it will  
blink once. Then press and hold SETUP until  
the CBL key blinks twice.  
3.  
4.  
Enter 9 8 2. The CBL key will blink four  
times, indicating ID Lock is unlocked.  
Perform the instructions under  
“Programming Device Control” on page 8 to  
program device control for the desired cable  
converter or satellite receiver.  
When you are done, perform steps 5 and 6 on  
this page to again lock the ID Lock.  
5.  
6.  
On the remote control, press CBL once; it will  
blink once. Then press and hold SETUP until  
the CBL key blinks twice.  
Enter 9 8 2. The CBL key will blink twice,  
indicating ID Lock is again locked.  
USING THE MASTER POWER KEY  
The Atlas PVR Universal Remote Control has a unique  
feature that allows you to sequentially turn up to five of  
your home entertainment devices on or off with a single  
key press.  
NOTE:  
MASTER POWER (PWR) only works in the CBL  
mode. If it is not programmed, only the cable  
converter will turn on or off. In any other  
mode, pressing MASTER POWER (PWR) once  
will turn the selected device on or off.  
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Programming the Master Power Key  
1.  
On the remote control, press and hold SETUP  
until the last-selected device key blinks twice.  
2.  
Enter 9 9 5. The last-selected device key  
blinks twice.  
3.  
4.  
Press PWR once.  
For the first device you want in the power on  
sequence, press a device key (e.g., CBL) once.  
Then press PWR once.  
5.  
6.  
Repeat step 4 up to four more times to add the  
second, third, fourth, and fifth device, as  
desired.  
To save the settings and exit the program:  
a.  
b.  
Press CBL once.  
Press and hold SETUP until the CBL key blinks  
twice.  
Using the Master Power Key  
1.  
After programming, point the remote control  
at the devices. Press CBL once.  
2.  
Press PWR once to sequentially turn the  
programmed home entertainment devices on  
or off.  
You will see the devices turn on or off according to the  
programmed sequence.  
Clearing the Master Power Key  
1.  
On the remote control, press and hold SETUP  
until the last-selected device key blinks twice.  
2.  
Enter 9 9 5. The last-selected device key  
blinks twice.  
3.  
Press and release the MASTER POWER key.  
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4.  
Press and hold SETUP until the CBL key blinks  
twice.  
RE-ASSIGNING DEVICE KEYS  
The Atlas PVR Universal Remote Control can be set up  
to control a second device of an already-assigned type.  
For example, to have the unit control a TV, a Cable  
Converter, and two DVD players, re-assign the unused  
AUX key to operate the second DVD Player as follows:  
NOTE:  
AUX is preset at the factory to control an RCA  
VCR. Performing the steps below will over-  
write those settings.  
1.  
On the remote control, press AUX once; it will  
blink once. Then press and hold SETUP until  
the AUX key blinks twice.  
2.  
3.  
Enter 9 9 2. The AUX key will blink twice.  
Press DVD once, then press AUX once. The AUX  
key will blink twice.  
The AUX key is now ready to be programmed for your  
second DVD player. See “Programming Device Control”  
on page 8. To re-assign other device keys, repeat these  
and substitute the key sequence using the following  
chart:  
NOTE:  
Only one device can be assigned to an unused  
device key at a time.  
To Re-Assign  
Perform Key Sequence  
AUX as 2nd AUXÆSETUPÆ9Æ9Æ2ÆAUDÆAUX  
AUD key  
AUX as 2nd AUXÆSETUPÆ9Æ9Æ2ÆTVÆAUX  
TV key  
AUX as 2nd AUXÆSETUPÆ9Æ9Æ2ÆCBLÆAUX  
CBL key  
AUX back to AUXÆSETUPÆ9Æ9Æ2ÆAUXÆAUX  
AUX  
To re-assign another unused device key, substitute it for  
the AUX key above and then perform the sequence. For  
example, to re-assign an unused AUD key as a second  
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DVD key, perform  
AUDÆSETUPÆ9Æ9ÆÆDVDÆAUD.  
When a re-assignment is done, the selected device key  
(e.g., AUD) will blink twice to confirm your choice. At  
that time, you will need to program device control (see  
“Programming Device Control” on page 8).  
CLEARING CUSTOM PROGRAMMING  
The Atlas PVR Universal Remote Control contains a  
Custom Programming Reset program. You can use it to  
remove all custom programming, except your setup  
codes and reassigned device keys.  
IMPORTANT: Executing this program will erase all cus-  
tom settings for Volume Lock, Learned Keys,  
Tune-In Keys, and Channel Lock. However,  
your device programming remains.  
1.  
On the remote control, press and hold SETUP  
until the last-selected device key blinks twice.  
2.  
Enter 9 8 0. The last-selected device key  
blinks twice, pauses, and blinks twice again to  
confirm that all custom programming is  
cleared.  
TROUBLESHOOTING  
PROBLEM: Device key does not blink when you press a  
key.  
SOLUTION: Replace the batteries with two (2) new AA  
alkaline batteries (see “Installing Batteries” on page 8).  
PROBLEM: Device key blinks when you press a key, but  
home entertainment device does not respond.  
SOLUTION: Make sure you are aiming the remote control  
at your home entertainment device and that you are  
within 15 feet of the device you are trying to control.  
PROBLEM: The remote control does not control home  
entertainment devices or commands are not performing  
properly.  
SOLUTION: Try all listed codes for the device brand  
being set up. Make sure all devices can be operated with  
an infrared remote control.  
PROBLEM: TV/VCR Combo does not respond properly.  
SOLUTION: Use the VCR codes for your brand. Some  
combo units may require both a TV code and a VCR  
code for full operation (see page 10).  
PROBLEM: No volume on a second TV.  
SOLUTION: Follow instructions under “Changing  
Volume Lock” on page 16.  
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PROBLEM: PLAY and STOP keys do not work on a  
Motorola DCT-2000 cable converter.  
SOLUTION: Re-program the CBL key for cable code 0476  
(see “Programming Device Control” on page 8).  
PROBLEM: Tried Search Method and still could not find  
a working code.  
SOLUTION: Try the Search Method again after clearing  
out the device key as follows:  
a. Press and hold SETUP until device key blinks twice.  
b. Enter 9 9 2.  
c. Press and release the device key to be cleared twice.  
PROBLEM: Remote control does not turn on Sony or  
Sharp TV/VCR Combo.  
SOLUTION: For power on, these products require  
programming TV codes on the remote control. For Sony,  
use TV code 0000 and VCR code 0032. For Sharp, use  
TV code 0093 and VCR code 0048.  
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 Rules. These limits are designed to  
provide reasonable protection against harmful  
interference in a 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 no 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:  
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.  
Increase the separation between the equipment and  
receiver.  
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit  
different from that to which the receiver is  
connected.  
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV  
technician for help.  
It is strongly recommended that the TV be plugged  
into a separate wall outlet.  
This equipment has been verified to comply with the  
limits for a class B computing device, pursuant to FCC  
Rules. In order to maintain compliance with FCC  
regulations, shielded cables must be used with this  
equipment. Operation with non-approved equipment or  
22  
 
unshielded cables is likely to result in interference to  
radio and TV reception. The user is cautioned that  
changes and modifications made to the equipment  
without the approval of manufacturer could void the  
user’s authority to operate this equipment.  
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION  
This product does not have any user-serviceable parts.  
Opening the case, except for the battery cover, may  
cause permanent damage to your Atlas PVR Universal  
Remote Control.  
For help via the Internet, visit us at:  
For information about Shaw services, visit us at:  
©Copyright 2005 by Universal Electronics Inc. No part  
of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted,  
transcribed, stored in any retrieval system, or translated  
to any language, in any form or by any means,  
electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, manual, or  
otherwise, without prior written permission of  
Universal Electronics Inc.  
M11055 FS  
08/05  
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MANUFACTURER’S CODES  
Setup Codes for Audio Amplifiers  
Accuphase  
0382  
Acurus  
0765  
Adcom  
1100, 0577  
0406  
Aiwa  
Amstrad  
Aragon  
0078  
0765  
Arcam  
0269  
Audiolab  
AudioSource  
Biamp  
0269  
0011  
0582  
Bose  
0674  
Carver  
0269  
Cinema Sound  
Classe  
0160  
1461, 1462  
0011  
Conrad  
Curtis Mathes  
Denon  
0300  
0160  
Digital Audio Control 0085  
Durabrand  
Elan  
1561  
0647  
Forte  
0606  
GE  
0078  
Genexxa  
GoldStar  
Grundig  
Harman/Kardon  
JVC  
0395  
0031  
0269  
0892, 0106  
0331  
Kenwood  
Klipsch  
0356  
0765  
Korsun  
1483  
Left Coast  
Lenoxx  
0892  
1561  
Linn  
0269  
Logitech  
Luxman  
Magnavox  
Marantz  
Mark Levinson  
McIntosh  
Memorex  
Micromega  
Mondial  
Myryad  
Nakamichi  
NEC  
1408  
0165  
0269  
0892, 0321, 0269  
1483  
0251  
0031  
0269  
0765  
0269  
0321  
0264  
Optimus  
0395, 0300  
24  
 
Panasonic  
Parasound  
Pass Labs  
Philips  
0308, 0521  
0246  
0269  
0892, 0269  
0300, 0013  
0892, 0269  
0300  
Pioneer  
Polk Audio  
RCA  
Realistic  
Revox  
0395  
0269  
Sansui  
0321  
Shure  
0264  
Sony  
0689, 0220, 0815  
0078, 0211  
0521, 0308  
0031  
Soundesign  
Technics  
SuperTech  
Technics  
Thorens  
Victor  
0308, 0521  
0269  
0331  
Wards  
0078, 0013, 0211  
0354, 0143, 0133, 0504  
Yamaha  
Setup Codes for Audio Amp/Tuners  
ADC  
0531  
Adcom  
Aiwa  
0616  
1405, 0158, 0189, 0121, 0405, 1388, 1243,  
1641  
Akai  
Alco  
AMC  
1255, 0224, 0076, 1512  
1390  
1077  
Amphion Media Works 1563  
AMW  
1563  
Anam  
1609, 1074  
1430, 1257  
1120  
Apex Digital  
Arcam  
Audiotronic  
Audiovox  
Bose  
1189  
1390  
1229, 0639, 1253  
Cambridge Soundworks 1370  
Capetronic  
Carver  
0531  
1189, 0189, 0042, 0008, 0360  
Casio  
0195  
Clarinette  
Classic  
0195  
1352  
Coby  
1263, 1389  
Compaq  
Criterion  
Curtis Mathes  
Daewoo  
Dell  
1136  
1420  
0080  
1250  
1383  
Denon  
1360, 0004, 1142, 0771, 0273  
25  
 
Emerson  
Fisher  
0424  
0042, 1801, 0360, 0219  
0463, 0424  
1517  
Garrard  
Gateway  
Glory Horse  
Go Video  
Harman/Kardon  
Hewlett Packard  
Hitachi  
1263  
1532  
0110, 0189, 0891  
1181  
1273, 1801  
1426  
Initial  
Inkel  
0062  
Integra  
1298, 0135  
0110, 1306  
0074, 1263, 1495, 1374  
JBL  
JVC  
Kenwood  
1313, 1570, 1569, 0027, 0042, 0239, 0569,  
0186, 0314, 1052, 0077, 0313, 1051  
KLH  
1390, 1428, 1412  
1366, 0424  
1798  
Koss  
Lasonic  
Lenoxx  
Lexicon  
LG  
1437  
1076  
1293  
Linn  
0189  
Liquid Video  
Lloyd's  
LXI  
1497  
0195  
0181  
Magnavox  
1189, 1269, 0189, 0531, 1514, 0128, 0391,  
0195  
Marantz  
McIntosh  
MCS  
1189, 1269, 0039, 0189, 1289, 0128  
1289  
0039, 0346  
Micromega  
Mitsubishi  
Modulaire  
Myryad  
NAD  
1189  
1393  
0195  
1189  
0320  
Nakamichi  
NEC  
0347, 0097, 1555  
0235  
Norcent  
Onkyo  
1389  
0135, 1298, 0842, 0380, 1531  
Optimus  
1023, 1074, 0080, 0186, 0670, 0042, 0181,  
0531, 0801, 0177, 0219, 0738  
Oritron  
1497, 1366  
Panasonic  
1518, 0039, 0518, 1764, 0367, 1316, 1763,  
0309, 1288, 1548  
Penney  
Philco  
0195  
1390  
Philips  
Pioneer  
1189, 1269, 0189, 0391, 1266, 1120  
1023, 0080, 0531, 1384, 0014, 0244, 0150,  
0630  
26  
 
Polaroid  
Polk Audio  
Proscan  
Quasar  
1508  
0189, 1289  
1254  
0039  
RadioShack  
RCA  
1263  
1023, 1609, 1254, 0054, 0360, 0346, 0531,  
1154, 1511, 0080, 0530, 1074, 1390  
Realistic  
Regent  
0163, 0195, 0181  
1437  
Rio  
1869, 1383  
Saba  
1519  
Samsung  
Sansui  
1500, 1295  
0189, 0346, 0193  
0219, 1469, 1251, 0801  
0163, 0322  
Sanyo  
Scott  
Sharp  
1286, 0186  
Sharper Image  
Sherwood  
Shinsonic  
Sonic Blue  
Sony  
1556, 1263  
0062, 1077, 0502, 1653, 0491, 1423  
1426  
1869, 1532, 1383  
1058, 1441, 1258, 1759, 0158, 1042, 1349,  
1442, 1758, 0474, 1658, 1858, 0168, 1406,  
1558  
Soundesign  
Stereophonics  
Sunfire  
Teac  
0670  
1023  
1313, 1052, 0314, 0313  
0463, 1390, 0163, 1267, 1074, 1528  
Technics  
Thorens  
Toshiba  
Venturer  
Victor  
1308, 1518, 0039, 0208, 0518, 0309  
1189  
0080, 0135  
1390  
0074  
Wards  
0158, 0189, 0080, 0054, 0014  
1406  
XM  
Yamaha  
Yorx  
0176, 1331, 1176, 0186, 1375  
0195  
Zenith  
1293, 0857, 1869  
27  
 
Setup Codes for Miscellaneous Audio  
Aiwa  
0010, 0159, 0404  
Altec Lansing  
1485  
Cambridge Soundworks 1530  
Fisher  
0052  
Imerge  
1491  
Jerrold  
0520, 0459  
0073  
JVC  
Marantz  
Motorola  
Omnifi  
1491  
1464  
1605  
Scientific Atlanta  
Sony  
0460  
0010, 0159, 0576  
0459  
Starcom  
Setup Codes for Cable Boxes/Converters  
ABC  
0003, 0008, 0014, 0017  
Americast  
Bell & Howell  
Bell South  
Clearmaster  
ClearMax  
Comcast  
Coolmax  
Digi  
0899  
0014  
0899  
0883  
0883  
1376  
0883  
0637  
Director  
Dumont  
General Instrument  
GoldStar  
Hamlin  
0476  
0637  
0476, 0810, 0276, 0003  
0144  
0009, 0273  
Jerrold  
0476, 0810, 0276, 0003, 0012, 0014  
Media One  
Memorex  
Motorola  
MultiVision  
Pace  
0305  
0000  
0476, 0810, 0276, 1254, 1106, 1376  
0012  
1877, 0237  
Panasonic  
Panther  
0000, 0107  
0637  
Paragon  
Philips  
0000  
0305, 0317  
Pioneer  
1877, 0877, 0144, 0533  
Pulsar  
0000  
Quasar  
0000  
RadioShack  
Regal  
0883  
0279, 0273  
Runco  
0000  
Samsung  
Scientific Atlanta  
Sony  
0144  
1877, 0877, 0477, 0008, 0017  
1006  
0003  
Starcom  
28  
 
Supercable  
Supermax  
Time Warner  
Tocom  
0276  
0883  
1877  
0012  
Torx  
0003  
Toshiba  
Tristar  
0000  
0883  
V2  
0883  
Viewmaster  
Vision  
0883  
0883  
Vortex View  
Zenith  
0883  
0000, 0525, 0899  
Setup Codes for DVD Players  
Adcom  
Advent  
Aiwa  
1094  
1016  
0641, 1912  
Akai  
0899, 0770, 1975, 1089  
0869  
Allegro  
Amphion Media Works 2016, 2001  
AMW  
0872, 2016, 2001  
Anam  
1913  
Apex Digital  
0672, 0717, 0830, 1056, 1915, 0755, 0797,  
1020, 1100, 0796, 1004, 1061, 1937, 0794  
Audiologic  
Audiovox  
Axion  
0736  
1041, 1121, 1072, 1071, 1122  
1072, 1071  
0655, 0662  
0717  
B & K  
Blaupunkt  
Blue Parade  
Broksonic  
0571  
0868, 0695  
California Audio Labs 0490  
Cambridge Soundworks 1916  
CAVS  
1057  
CineVision  
Classic  
0876, 0869  
1917  
Coby  
1086, 0778, 1923, 1107  
Criterion  
Curtis Mathes  
CyberHome  
Daewoo  
Daytek  
2007  
1087  
1024, 1023, 0816, 1117  
0784, 1918, 0705, 0869, 0833  
0872  
Denon  
0490, 0634  
0675  
Disney  
Dual  
1068, 1085  
0521  
DVD2000  
Emerson  
Enterprise  
Fisher  
0591, 0675, 0821  
0591  
0670, 1919  
0675  
Funai  
29  
 
Gateway  
GE  
1073, 1077  
0522, 0815, 0717  
Go Video  
0744, 1044, 1970, 0869, 1099, 0715, 0833,  
1075, 0783  
Go Vision  
GPX  
1071, 1072  
0769, 0699  
Gradiente  
Greenhill  
Grundig  
Harman/Kardon  
Hitachi  
Hiteker  
Initial  
0490  
0717  
0539  
0702, 0582  
0573, 0664, 1919  
0672  
0717, 1931  
Integra  
Jamo  
0627, 1924  
2003  
Jaton  
1078  
JBL  
0702, 1926  
Jensen  
1016  
JVC  
0558, 0623, 1901, 0867, 1940  
jWin  
1051, 1049  
Kenwood  
KLH  
0490, 0534, 0737, 0682  
0717, 1939, 1020  
Konka  
0720, 0719, 0711, 0721  
Koss  
0651  
Landel  
Lasonic  
Lecson  
Lenoxx  
LG  
0826  
0798  
1533  
1938  
0801  
Liquid Video  
Lite-On  
Loewe  
1980  
1058  
0511  
Magnavox  
Malata  
Marantz  
McIntosh  
Memorex  
Microsoft  
Mintek  
Mitsubishi  
Momitsu  
NAD  
0503, 1914, 0821, 0675, 1976  
0782  
0539  
1533  
0695  
0522  
0839, 0717  
1521, 0521  
1082  
0591, 0692  
NEC  
0785  
Nesa  
0717  
Next Base  
Norcent  
Nova  
0826  
1003, 1107, 0872, 1923  
1923  
Onkyo  
0503, 0627, 1985, 1924, 0792  
0651, 1980  
Oritron  
30  
 
Panasonic  
0490, 1490, 1908, 1925, 2017, 1462, 1907,  
1910, 1990, 1362, 1762, 1909, 1986, 0632  
Philco  
2000  
Philips  
0503, 0539, 0646, 1914, 0885, 0854  
PianoDisc  
Pioneer  
Polaroid  
Polk Audio  
Portland  
Prima  
1024  
0525, 0571, 0632, 1902  
1086, 1061, 1998  
0539  
0770  
1016  
Princeton  
Proceed  
Proscan  
ProVision  
Qwestar  
RCA  
0674  
0672  
0522  
0778  
0651  
0522, 0571, 0717, 1022, 1974, 0822, 1965,  
1913  
Regent  
1938  
Rio  
0869  
Rotel  
0623  
Rowa  
0823  
Saba  
1977  
Sampo  
0698, 0752  
Samsung  
Sansui  
0490, 0573, 0820, 1932, 1075, 0899, 1979  
0695  
Sanyo  
0670, 1967, 0873, 0695  
0630, 0752  
Sharp  
Sharper Image  
Sherwood  
Shinsonic  
Sigma Designs  
Sonic Blue  
Sony  
1117, 1995  
1043, 0770, 0633, 1077  
0533, 0839, 1931  
0674  
0869, 1970, 1099  
0533, 1533, 0864, 1981, 1934, 1033, 1904,  
2020, 1903  
Sova  
1122  
Sungale  
Superscan  
SVA  
1074  
0821  
1105, 0860  
Sylvania  
Symphonic  
Teac  
0675, 0821  
0675  
0809, 1984  
Technics  
Techwood  
Terapin  
Theta Digital  
Tivo  
0490  
0692  
1031  
0571  
1996  
Toshiba  
Tredex  
0503, 1988, 1045, 2006, 0695, 1996  
0799, 0804, 0803, 0800  
TYT  
0705  
0503  
Urban Concepts  
31  
 
US Logic  
V Inc.  
0839  
1064  
Vizio  
1064  
Vocopro  
Xbox  
1027  
0522  
Xwave  
1001  
Yamaha  
Yamakawa  
Zenith  
0490, 0539, 0545  
0872  
0503, 0591, 0869, 2002, 1906  
Setup Codes for PVRs  
ABS  
1972  
Alienware  
CyberPower  
Dell  
1972  
1972  
1972  
DirecTV  
0739, 1949, 1954, 1989  
Dish Network System 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946  
Dishpro  
1943, 1944  
Echostar  
Expressvu  
Gateway  
1943, 1944, 1945, 1946  
1944  
1972  
1944  
1992  
1972  
1972  
1972  
1944  
GOI  
Hauppauge  
Hewlett Packard  
Howard Computers  
HP  
HTS  
Hughes Network Systems0739, 1949  
Humax  
0739  
Hush  
1972  
Hyundai  
iBUYPOWER  
JVC  
1951  
1972  
1944, 1945  
2010  
LG  
Linksys  
1972  
Media Center PC  
Microsoft  
Mind  
1972  
1972  
1972  
Niveus Media  
Northgate  
Panasonic  
Philips  
1972  
1972  
0616  
0739, 0618  
1954  
Proscan  
RCA  
0880, 1954, 1989  
0616, 0614  
0614, 0616  
1972, 0636  
1972  
ReplayTV  
Sonic Blue  
Sony  
Stack 9  
Systemax  
Tagar Systems  
1972  
1972  
32  
 
Tivo  
0618, 0739, 0636  
1972  
Toshiba  
Touch  
1972  
UltimateTV  
Viewsonic  
Voodoo  
ZT Group  
1989  
1972  
1972  
1972  
Setup Codes for Satellite Receivers  
AlphaStar  
0772  
Channel Master  
Chaparral  
0212  
0216, 0209, 0053  
1109  
Crossdigital  
DirecTV  
0392, 0566, 0639, 1639, 1142, 0247, 0749,  
1749, 0724, 0819, 1856, 1076, 1109, 0099,  
1392, 1444, 1443, 1640, 1442  
Dish Network System 1005, 0775, 1775, 1505, 1170  
Dishpro  
Echostar  
1005, 0775, 1775, 1505  
1005, 0775, 0280, 1170, 0269, 1775, 0159,  
1505  
Expressvu  
GE  
0775, 1775  
0566  
General Instrument  
GOI  
0869  
0775, 1775  
1246  
Goodmans  
Hitachi  
0819, 1250  
0238  
Homecable  
HTS  
0775, 1775  
0749, 1442, 1749  
Hughes  
Hughes Network Systems1142, 0749, 1749, 1444, 1443, 1442  
IQ  
0210  
IQ Prism  
Janeil  
0210  
0152  
JVC  
0775, 1775, 1170  
0869  
Jerrold  
Legend  
LG  
0269  
1226  
Magnavox  
Memorex  
Mitsubishi  
Motorola  
NEC  
0724, 0722  
0724, 0269  
0749  
0869  
1270  
Next Level  
Panasonic  
Paysat  
0869  
0247, 0701, 0152  
0724  
Philips  
1142, 0749, 1749, 0724, 1076, 0722, 0099,  
1442  
Pioneer  
Proscan  
RadioShack  
RCA  
1442  
0392, 0566  
0869  
0392, 0566, 0855, 0143, 1392  
33  
 
Realistic  
Samsung  
Sanyo  
0052  
1276, 1109  
1219  
SKY  
0856  
Sony  
0639, 1639, 1640  
Star Choice  
Star Trak  
STS  
0869  
0180  
0210  
Tivo  
1142, 1444, 1443, 1442  
0749, 1749, 0790, 0082, 1285  
1392, 1640  
Toshiba  
UltimateTV  
Uniden  
Voom  
0724, 0722, 0074, 0052, 0238, 0076  
0869  
Zenith  
0856, 1856  
Setup Codes for TVs  
A-Mark  
0003  
Abex  
0032  
Admiral  
0093, 0463  
Advent  
0761, 0783, 0842, 0817, 0815, 1933  
Adventura  
Aiko  
0046  
0092  
Aiwa  
1914  
Akai  
0812, 0702, 0030, 0672, 1903  
Alaron  
0179  
Albatron  
Ambassador  
America Action  
Ampro  
0843, 0700  
0177  
0180  
0751  
Anam  
0180  
Anam National  
AOC  
0055  
0030, 0019, 0185, 0003, 0052  
0748, 0765, 0879, 0767, 1943  
0003  
Apex Digital  
Archer  
Audiovox  
0451, 0180, 0003, 0875, 1952, 0802, 1951,  
0092, 0623, 1937  
Aventura  
Axion  
0171  
1937  
Belcor  
0019  
Bell & Howell  
Bradford  
Brockwood  
Broksonic  
0154, 0016  
0180  
0019  
0236, 0463, 0003, 1905, 1935, 1929, 1911,  
1938  
Candle  
Carnivale  
Carver  
CCE  
0030, 0056, 0046, 0186  
0030  
0054  
0217  
0000  
0765  
Celebrity  
Celera  
34  
 
Changhong  
Citizen  
0765  
0060, 0030, 1928, 0039, 0280, 0056, 0186,  
0046, 0092  
Clairtone  
Clarion  
Colt  
0185  
0180  
1906  
Commercial Solutions 0047, 1447  
Concerto  
Contec  
0056  
0180, 0157, 0185  
0180  
Craig  
Crosley  
0054  
Crown  
0180, 0039  
Curtis Mathes  
0047, 0054, 0154, 0451, 0093, 0060, 0702,  
0030, 0145, 0166, 0016, 1919, 0466, 1347,  
0039, 0056, 1147  
CXC  
0180  
Daewoo  
0451, 1661, 0092, 0672, 1928, 0039, 0623,  
1909, 0019  
Dell  
1178, 1454  
0019  
Daytron  
Denon  
0145, 0511  
0628  
Denstar  
Dumont  
Durabrand  
Dwin  
0017, 0019  
0463, 0180, 0178, 0171, 0003  
0774, 0720  
0000, 0185  
1755  
Electroband  
Electrograph  
Electrohome  
Elektra  
0381  
0017, 1661  
Emerson  
0154, 0236, 0463, 0180, 0178, 0171, 1909,  
0038, 1929, 0185, 0282, 1905, 0019, 1928,  
0280, 0623, 1911, 0039, 1944, 0177, 0179  
Envision  
Epson  
ESA  
0030, 0813  
0840, 0833  
0171, 0812  
Fisher  
Fujitsu  
Funai  
0154, 0159  
0809, 0683, 0179, 0853  
0180, 0171, 0179, 1904  
0180  
Futuretech  
Gateway  
GE  
1756, 1755  
0047, 0051, 0451, 0178, 1447, 0055, 0282,  
1347, 1917, 0021, 1147, 1907, 1922, 0135,  
1919, 0027  
Gibralter  
GoldStar  
Goodmans  
Grunpy  
0017, 0030, 0019  
0030, 0178, 0019, 0001, 0032, 1926  
0360  
0180, 0179  
0683  
Grundig  
Haier  
0768  
Hallmark  
Harley Davidson  
0178  
1904, 0179  
35  
 
Harman/Kardon  
Harvard  
0054  
0180  
Havermy  
Helios  
0093  
0865  
Hello Kitty  
Himitsu  
0451  
0180, 0628  
0748  
Hisense  
Hitachi  
1145, 0145, 0016, 0056, 0038, 0151, 0032,  
1904  
Hyundai  
Infinity  
Inteq  
0849  
0054  
0017  
Janeil  
0046  
JBL  
0054  
JCB  
0000  
Jensen  
JVC  
0761, 0817, 0815, 1933  
0053, 1253, 1923  
Kaypani  
KEC  
0052  
0180  
Kenwood  
KLH  
0030, 0019  
0765, 0767  
Kloss  
0046, 0024  
Konka  
KTV  
0628, 0703, 1940, 0638, 1939, 0632, 0707  
0180, 0030, 0280, 0039, 0217, 0185  
LG  
1178, 0856, 0442  
Lloyd's  
Loewe  
Logik  
1904  
0136  
0016  
Luxman  
LXI  
0056  
0047, 0054, 0154, 0156, 0178  
1913, 1928  
Magnasonic  
Magnavox  
0054, 0030, 1454, 0706, 0179, 0386, 1931,  
0024, 0096, 0187, 1254, 1913, 0020, 0186,  
1904, 1944  
Magnin  
1907  
Majestic  
Marantz  
Matsushita  
Maxent  
0016  
0054, 0030, 0854, 0704, 1154, 0855  
0250, 0650  
1755  
Megapower  
Megatron  
MEI  
0700  
0178, 0145, 0003  
0185  
Memorex  
0154, 0463, 0150, 0178, 1911, 1926, 1924,  
0179, 1920, 1927, 0016  
MGA  
0150, 0030, 0178, 1907, 0019  
0047, 0017, 0051, 0039, 0135, 0032  
0021  
Midland  
Minutz  
Mitsubishi  
0093, 0150, 1250, 0178, 0868, 0836, 1917,  
0019  
Monivision  
0700, 0843  
36  
 
Motorola  
MTC  
0093, 0055  
0060, 0030, 0056, 0185, 0019  
Multitech  
NAD  
0180, 0217  
0156, 0178, 0866  
NEC  
0030, 0056, 1704, 0019, 0497  
NetTV  
Nikko  
1755  
0030, 0178, 0092  
Norcent  
Noshi  
0748, 0824  
0018  
NTC  
0092  
Onwa  
0180  
Optimus  
Optonica  
Orion  
0154, 0250, 0166, 1924, 1913, 0650, 1927  
0093, 0165  
0236, 0463, 1905, 1929, 1911, 0179  
Panasonic  
0250, 0051, 0650, 1924, 1946, 1919, 1941,  
0055, 1410, 1927, 1947  
Penney  
0047, 0156, 0051, 0060, 0030, 0178, 0019,  
0135, 1347, 0018, 1926, 0027, 0039, 0003,  
1919, 0021, 0032, 1907  
Philco  
0054, 0030, 0019, 0020, 0096  
0054, 1454, 0690, 1154  
0030, 0019, 0039  
Philips  
Pilot  
Pioneer  
Polaroid  
Portland  
Prima  
0166, 0038, 0866, 0679  
0765, 0865  
0019, 0092, 0039  
0761, 0817, 0815, 0783, 1933  
0717, 0700  
Princeton  
Prism  
0051  
Proscan  
Proton  
0047, 1447, 1347, 1922  
0178, 0052, 0003, 0466  
0017, 0019  
Pulsar  
Quasar  
RadioShack  
0250, 0051, 0055, 0650, 1924, 0165, 1919  
0047, 0154, 0180, 0030, 0178, 0165, 1904,  
0019, 0039, 0032, 0056, 1920  
RCA  
0047, 1447, 1147, 1917, 0019, 1948, 0090,  
1047, 1347, 1907, 0018, 1922, 1958, 0679,  
1247, 1547, 1919, 0038, 1953, 0135  
Realistic  
0154, 0180, 0030, 0178, 0056, 0019, 0039,  
0165, 0032  
Rhapsody  
Runco  
0185  
0017, 0030, 0603, 0497  
0030, 0039, 0032, 1755, 0052  
Sampo  
Samsung  
0060, 0812, 0702, 0030, 0178, 0766, 1060,  
0019, 0056, 0814, 0032, 1903  
Samsux  
Sansui  
Sanyo  
0039  
0463, 1929, 1911, 1904  
0154, 0088, 0159, 1907, 0146, 0799  
0019  
Scimitsu  
Scotch  
Scott  
0178  
0236, 0180, 0178, 0019, 0179  
Sears  
0047, 0054, 0154, 0156, 0178, 0171, 0146,  
0159, 0179, 0056, 1926, 1904  
37  
 
Sharp  
0093, 0689, 0039, 0165, 0688, 1917, 0157,  
0491, 0851, 0386  
Sharper Image  
Sheng Chia  
Shogun  
1950  
0093  
0019  
Signature  
Simpson  
Sole  
0016  
0187, 0186  
0813  
Sony  
1100, 0000, 0834, 1925, 0111, 1904, 0080  
Soundesign  
Sova  
0180, 0178, 0186, 0179  
1952  
Spectricon  
Squareview  
SSS  
0003  
0171  
0180, 0019  
Starlite  
0180  
Studio Experience  
Superscan  
Supre-Macy  
Supreme  
SVA  
0843  
0864  
0046  
0000  
0748, 0870, 0587, 0865, 0872, 0768, 0871  
Sylvania  
0054, 0030, 0171, 0020, 0096, 1931, 0381,  
1944  
Symphonic  
Tandy  
0180, 0171, 1913, 1904  
0093  
Tatung  
0003, 1756, 0055  
0250, 0051  
0179  
Technics  
Technol Ace  
Techview  
Techwood  
Teknika  
0847  
0051, 0056, 0003  
0054, 0180, 0150, 0060, 0092, 0039, 0179,  
0019, 0056, 0186, 0016  
Telefunken  
Thomas  
TMK  
0702, 0056  
1904  
0178, 0177, 0056  
0017  
TNCi  
Toshiba  
0154, 0156, 0060, 1256, 0832, 1704, 1936,  
0650, 1156, 1656, 1935, 0845, 1356, 1918,  
1945  
Tosonic  
Totevision  
Trical  
0185  
0039  
0157  
TVS  
0463  
Universal  
V Inc.  
0027  
0864, 1756  
0030  
Vector Research  
Victor  
0053  
Vidikron  
Vidtech  
Viewsonic  
Viking  
0054  
0178, 0019  
1755, 0864, 0857  
0046  
38  
 
Wards  
0054, 0030, 0178, 0080, 0165, 0866, 0019,  
0027, 0056, 0111, 0179, 0016, 0021, 0096,  
1156, 0020  
Vizio  
0864, 1756  
Wards  
0016, 0019, 0020, 0021, 0027, 0030, 0054,  
0056, 0080, 0096, 0111, 0165, 0178, 0179,  
0866, 1156  
Waycon  
0156  
Westinghouse  
White Westinghouse  
Yamaha  
0451  
0463, 1909, 0623  
0030, 0839, 0019, 0833, 0769  
Zenith  
0017, 0463, 0178, 0092, 1904, 1929, 1911,  
0016, 1909  
Zonda  
0003  
Setup Codes for VCRs  
ABS  
1972  
Admiral  
Adventura  
Aiko  
0048, 0209  
0000  
0278  
Aiwa  
0037, 0000, 0307, 0124  
Akai  
0041, 0106, 0061, 0175  
Alienware  
America Action  
American High  
Asha  
1972  
0278  
0035  
0240  
Audiovox  
Beaumark  
Bell & Howell  
Broksonic  
Calix  
0037, 0278  
0240  
0104  
0184, 0121, 0209, 0002, 1479, 0479  
0037  
Canon  
0035  
Capehart  
Carver  
0020  
0081  
CCE  
0072, 0278  
Citizen  
0037, 0278, 1278  
Colt  
0072  
Craig  
0037, 0047, 0240, 0072, 0271  
Curtis Mathes  
Cybernex  
CyberPower  
Daewoo  
Daytron  
Dell  
0060, 0035, 0162, 0041, 0760, 1035  
0240  
1972  
0045, 0278, 0020, 0561, 1278  
0020  
1972  
Denon  
0042  
DirecTV  
1949, 0739, 1989, 1954  
Dish Network System 1943, 1946, 1945, 1944  
Dishpro  
1943, 1944  
Durabrand  
Dynatech  
Echostar  
0039, 0038  
0000  
1944, 1943, 1946, 1945  
39  
 
Electrohome  
Electrophonic  
Emerex  
0037  
0037  
0032  
Emerson  
0037, 0184, 0000, 0121, 0043, 0209, 0002,  
0278, 0061, 0208, 0479, 1479, 1278, 0561,  
1593  
Euro1  
Expressvu  
Fisher  
Fuji  
1962  
1944  
0047, 0104  
0035, 0033  
0000, 1593  
0000  
Funai  
Garrard  
Gateway  
GE  
1972  
0060, 0035, 0240, 0760, 1035, 0807, 0202,  
0761, 1060  
Go Video  
0526, 0432  
GOI  
1944  
GoldStar  
0037, 0038, 1237  
Gradiente  
Harley Davidson  
Harman/Kardon  
Harwood  
Hauppauge  
Headquarter  
Hewlett Packard  
HI-Q  
0000  
0000  
0081, 0038  
0072  
1992  
0046  
1972  
0047  
Hitachi  
0000, 0042, 0041, 0089, 0105  
Howard Computers  
HP  
1972  
1972  
1944  
HTS  
Hughes Network Systems0042, 0739, 1949  
Humax  
Hush  
0739  
1972  
Hyundai  
iBUYPOWER  
Jensen  
JVC  
1951  
1972  
0041  
0067, 0041, 1945, 0008, 1944  
KEC  
0037, 0278  
0067, 0041, 0038  
0072  
Kenwood  
KLH  
Kodak  
LG  
0035, 0037  
2010  
Linksys  
Lloyd's  
Logik  
1972  
0000, 0208  
0072  
LXI  
0037  
Magnasonic  
Magnavox  
1278, 0593  
0035, 0039, 0081, 0000, 0149, 1781, 0593,  
0563  
Magnin  
0240  
40  
 
Marantz  
0035, 0081  
0037  
Marta  
Matsushita  
Media Center PC  
MEI  
0035, 0162, 1162  
1972  
0035  
Memorex  
0035, 0162, 0037, 0048, 0039, 0047, 0240,  
0000, 0104, 0209, 1037, 1262, 0479, 1237,  
0307, 0046, 1162  
MGA  
0240, 0043, 0061  
MGN Technology  
Microsoft  
Mind  
0240  
1972  
1972  
Minolta  
Mitsubishi  
Motorola  
MTC  
0042, 0105  
0067, 0043, 0061, 0807  
0035, 0048  
0240, 0000  
Multitech  
NEC  
0000, 0072  
0104, 0067, 0041, 0038  
Nikko  
0037  
1972  
0240  
1972  
0035  
0222  
Ni