Universal Remote Control Universal Remote MX 850 User Manual

OPERATING  
YOUR SYSTEM  
WITH  
ORION  
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This remote control was  
Custom Programmed for you by:  
No More Pointing  
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For questions about your Custom  
Programming call:  
Finding the MAIN Menu 2  
Turn On the System  
Using the MAIN Menu  
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Custom Programming of a complex  
home theater and/or a multi-room sys-  
tem is one of the most challenging  
tasks within an audio/video installa-  
tion. It involves an intimate knowledge  
of how the components interact and  
exact details on the proper sequences  
of control.  
Select a New ACTIVITY 4  
Select a DEVICE Only  
Controlling the Volume 6  
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Only a professional custom installation  
company has the requisite experience  
and training to quickly and effectively  
customize a remote control for true  
automated operation.  
Operating Any Device  
Using FAV - Favorites  
Backlighting  
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Congratulations on your choice!  
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OPERATING YOUR SYSTEM WITH THE ORION  
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rights reserved.  
Changing CONTRAST 10  
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Cleaning the Screen  
Warranty  
Specifications  
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No More Pointing!  
Finding the MAIN Menu  
The combination of the Orion with it’s  
companion MRF-250 base station will  
enable you to place your audio/video  
components out of sight behind closed  
doors and/or in another room of your  
house. The Orion sends radio signals  
to the MRF-250 through walls and  
closed doors (50-100’ away, indoors or  
outdoors). The MRF-250 converts your  
commands to the infrared signals that  
control your A/V components.  
The MAIN Button always takes you to  
the MAIN Menu which may be named  
for the room the Orion controls.  
The PAGE button switches between  
two MAIN Menu pages IF you have  
more than ten remote controls.  
When the top title bar says MAIN or  
the name of a Room, you are on the  
MAIN Menu.  
1. The Orion remote con-  
trol sends radio waves in  
every direction, so you  
don’t have to point the  
remote anymore!  
The Orion  
2. Self-adhesive “Flashers”  
affixed to the front panels of  
components relay com-  
mands to components out  
of “line-of-sight” with the  
MRF-250.  
The lower title bar displays PAGE 1 or  
PAGE 2 as you switch. Each of the  
remote controls the Orion replaces are  
represented by a button next to the  
corresponding screen label.  
The MRF-250  
3. The built-in Front Blaster sends com-  
mands to components in the same cabi-  
net space as the MRF-250.  
 
 
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Turn On Your Entire System  
Using the MAIN Menu  
Power on/off your entire system  
with the MAIN Menu by following  
these steps:  
The MAIN Menu enables you to either  
select a new Activity or simply select a  
new Device to control.  
1. Touch the MAIN button to make  
sure that you are on the MAIN Menu.  
It doesn’t matter which page of the  
MAIN Menu is displayed.  
When you select a new activity, the  
remote control will issue a MACRO (a  
timed sequence of many commands  
from many different remote controls).  
This MACRO was custom pro-  
grammed for your system by your  
installer. It will issue all of the com-  
mands necessary to switch the sound  
and picture of your system.  
When you select a device, the remote  
control becomes the remote control  
you select WITHOUT affecting the  
home theater.  
2. Touch the On or Off button as  
desired. Wait until all components are  
correctly powered on or off. Turning on  
the system may take ten to twenty  
seconds.  
Select a New ACTIVITY  
1. Touch the MAIN button to make  
sure that you are on the MAIN  
Menu. Touch the PAGE button if you  
don’t see the activity you want.  
3. If one component does not turn  
on/off, simply touch the button again.  
TIP The remote control will  
not respond to a new button  
push while is still issuing com-  
mands. While busy, the  
indicator flashes at the top of  
the screen next to the screen  
title.  
2. Touch the activity button next to  
the desired screen label. For exam-  
ple if you wish to watch a DVD  
movie, touch the DVD button.  
 
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Controlling the Volume  
For your convenience, the VOLUME  
Up, VOLUME Down and the MUTE  
buttons will always control the sur-  
round sound system, regardless of  
what activity or device you are control-  
ling.  
The MAIN Menu activity buttons issue  
MACROS that reset the sound and  
picture of your home theater to a new  
activity.  
TIP The remote control is still  
issuing commands while the  
indicator flashes.  
Operating any Device  
If the sound or the picture still are  
not correct, repeat steps 1 and 2.  
You can see the name of the device at  
the top of the screen. If it is not the  
one you want, return to the MAIN  
Menu and select a new device or  
activity.  
Select a DEVICE Only  
1. Touch the MAIN button to make  
sure that you are on the MAIN  
Menu. Touch the Page button if you  
don’t see the activity you want.  
2. Press and hold the MAIN button.  
While holding the MAIN button  
down, touch the button next to the  
desired screen label. The remote  
control will now display the name of  
the selected device and all buttons  
will operate the device, however, the  
sound and the picture of your sys-  
tem have not been changed.  
All of the printed  
label buttons on the  
remote operate just  
like the original  
remote control (with  
the exception of  
Volume Up, Volume  
Down and Mute  
which operate your  
surround sound sys-  
tem).