Universal Remote Control Universal Remote OCE 0085A User Manual

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Table of Contents  
Getting Started - Overview  
• Control up to 7 Components ......5  
• Activating Component Buttons....5  
• Learning Capability...................5  
• AUX Function............................6  
• Light Button...............................6  
• Battery Installation.....................6  
• Low Battery Warning.................6  
• Couch Mode ............................6  
Special Advanced Features  
• MacroPower™ & Other  
Macros ....................................7  
My Favorites- Favorite  
Channels..................................7  
• SimpleSound™ & Other  
Punch Throughs......................7  
Keypad Layout & Button  
Functions ........................8  
Programming WR7 Using  
Pre-Programmed Codes.....9  
• Quick Set-Up Method............9-10  
• Three-Digit Code Entry  
Method .............................11-13  
• Auto-Search Method ...........14-15  
Programming WR7 Using  
the Learning Method..16-18  
AUX Function: Programming  
a 7th Component............19  
Finding a Components  
Set-Up Code Number..19-20  
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Programming Special  
Advanced Features  
• MacroPower Total System  
On/Off ..............................21-22  
My Favorites– Favorite  
Channels............................23-24  
• SimpleSound Total System  
Volume Control....................25-26  
• Channel Control  
Punch Through.......................27  
• Transport Control  
Punch Through.......................28  
• OSD (On-ScreenDisplay)  
Control Punch Through............29  
Erasing Commands -  
Overview......................30  
• Erasing a Single Learned  
Command ...............................30  
• Erasing All Learned Commands  
from One Component...............31  
• Erasing MacroPower & Other  
Macro Commands ...................32  
• Erasing SimpleSound & Other  
Punch ThroughCommands......33  
• Factory Reset...........................34  
Pre-Programmed Code  
Tables ..........................35  
• AUDIO ..................................36  
• CD ........................................37  
• VCR/DVR...............................38  
• AUX ......................................39  
• TV ....................................40-41  
• DVD ......................................42  
• CABLE/SAT ............................43  
FAQs ............................44  
Warranty ......................45  
Specifications ................45  
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Getting Started -  
Overview  
Control up to 7 Components  
The WR7 remote control is designed to  
control up to seven different Audio/Video  
components and operate virtually all  
brands of AUDIO, TV, DVD, VCR/DVR,  
CD, SAT/CABLE and AUX (Light, Music  
Server, etc.) components.  
Activating Component Buttons  
Once you have programmed the WR7  
for all of your components, all you need  
to do is press a component button and  
all the buttons on the WR7 will work with  
that component. For example, when you  
press the TV component button, all the  
buttons on your WR7 will operate your  
TV. If you press the DVD component but-  
ton, all the buttons on the WR7 will oper-  
ate your DVD.  
Each time you press any of the buttons  
on the remote, the LED light in the com-  
ponent button will light up to indicate  
which component you are controlling.  
TV BUTTON  
Learning Capability  
The WR7 has the ability to learnfunctions  
from the original remote controls of other  
manufacturers, even if they are not in the  
Pre-programmed database.  
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AUX Function  
The AUX (Auxillary) button is designed to  
operate a 7th audio/video component that  
you may have in your system… such as a  
TIVO, a second VCR or DVD, or an addi-  
tional audio component.  
Light Button  
The WR7 features a fully backlit keypad for  
ease of use in low light or darkened viewing  
conditions. Press the LIGHT button to back-  
light all the keypad buttons. Press again to  
turn off (or simply wait 10 seconds for auto-  
matic shut-off).  
Battery Installation  
Press the tab and remove the cover of the  
battery compartment located in the back of  
your remote. Insert the two AA Alkaline bat-  
teries (included in the package) making sure  
to match the positive (+) and negative (- )  
symbols as shown in the diagram. Place the  
cover back over the battery compartment.  
INSERT BATTERIES  
CORRECTLY  
Low Battery Warning  
When the batteries are low and need to be  
replaced the component LED will quickly  
blink three times when you press the  
POWER [ON] button.  
Couch Mode  
The WR7 is designed to automatically turn  
itself off if a button is pressed for more than  
30 seconds. This prevents battery power  
from being depleted should the remote acci-  
dentally slip between the couch cushions.  
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Special Advanced  
Features  
The WR7 also offers the following special  
advanced features that can offer you many  
time-saving conveniences:  
MacroPower& Other Macro  
Buttons  
MacroPower is a unique feature that enables  
you to turn all your components ON or OFF, all  
at the same time, simply with the press of one  
button. The WR7 has 13 Macro buttons that  
are designed to store up to 20 commands in  
each button. Pressing any one of the Macro  
buttons will send out the series of commands  
that are stored in that button.  
My Favorites”  
(Favorite Channels)  
This is one of the most desirable features of the  
WR7 remote control. Once it’s set up, you can  
select one of four favorite channels with the  
press of one button – without the need to type  
in a channel number. So, whether it’s CNN or  
the Food Network, your favorite viewing spot is  
just one click away.  
SimpleSound& Other Punch  
Throughs”  
SimpleSound Volume Control is a dynamic fea-  
ture that gives you total volume control over all  
the components in your system, even those that  
do not have their own built--in volume control,  
such as TIVO, DVD and VCR... saving you the  
hassle and inconvenience of constantly needing  
to switch between component modes on the  
remote. As an example, in order to increase the  
volume while watching a DVD, you would typi-  
cally have to pick up the TV remote control to  
increase the volume. With the WR7, you do  
not even have to press the TV component but-  
ton. Once you program SimpleSound in your  
DVD mode, you will automatically have TV vol-  
ume control in DVD mode.  
SimpleSound is what is called a Punch  
Throughfeature and is not limited to volume  
control. It can also be applied to Channel  
Control, Transport Control, and OSD Control.  
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Keypad Layout &  
Button Functions  
ON  
SYSTEM OFF  
Allows you to turn the selected  
Designed to send Power On/Off  
commands for up to seven com-  
ponents with one button press.  
component on and off.  
AUD, CD, VCR, AUX,  
TV, DVD,SAT/CABLE  
FAVORITE  
Used to select the com-  
ponent you want to  
operate and signals  
remote control activity.  
Designed to send  
Power On/Off  
commands for  
up to seven com-  
ponents with one  
button press.  
INPUT  
Selects the video  
source from avail-  
able components.  
CHANNEL  
Selects the next  
higher or lower  
channel.  
PREVIOUS  
CHANNEL  
Returns to the previous-  
ly tuned channel  
MUTE  
Silences the Audio.  
Press to activate. Press  
again to restore sound  
to the previous level.  
through the SAT/Cable  
Set Top Box.  
VOLUME  
Raises or lowers the  
sound volume.  
INFO  
Displays information  
about the program  
currently playing or  
highlighted in the  
Program Guide (see  
GUIDE).  
GUIDE  
Displays the Program  
Guide Listings provided  
by the Cable or Satellite  
Service Provider.  
MENU  
EXIT  
Displays the  
Exits from current  
screen.  
Applications Menu  
through the Cable  
Set Top Box.  
SELECT  
Selects highlighted  
screen options.  
CURSOR NAVI-  
GATION PAD  
Used for program-  
ming steps and on-  
screen navigation  
and highlighting.  
SKIP-/+  
Skip forward or  
backward a  
whole day in the  
Program Guide.  
TRANSPORT  
CONTROLS  
Perform standard  
VCR and DVD func-  
tions when in VCR  
and DVD mode, or  
VOD (Video-On-  
Demand) and DVR  
(Digital Video  
Recorder) functions  
when in Cable mode.  
NUMBER  
PAD  
Use to enter code num-  
bers for programming  
components and to enter  
channel numbers to tune  
in channels. Also used to  
make numeric entries  
on on-screen menus. The  
alpha labels on the keys refer  
to Audio component functions  
that can be accessed with the  
respective keys.  
MY  
FAVORITES  
Custom-programmable  
Favorite Channel Buttons  
LIGHT BUTTON  
Press to back-light all keypad buttons.  
Press again to shut off (or simply wait 10  
seconds for automatic shut-off).  
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Programming WR7 using  
Pre-Programmed Codes  
There are three ways you can program your  
WR7 using the component brand codes that  
are pre-programmed into the remote.  
• Quick Set-Up Method  
• Three-Digit Code Entry Method  
• Auto--Search Method  
The Quick Set-Up Method is a unique new fea-  
ture that enables the fastest and easiest set-up  
by using one-digit codes for up to 10 major  
brands for each component. The Three-digit  
Code Entry Method allows you to set-up the  
WR7 using 3-digit codes for component brand  
names. It is also a fast and easy way to pro-  
gram the remote. The Auto-Search Method  
scans through all the brands in the remote con-  
trol, one at a time. It should be used when  
either the Quick Set-Up or Three-Digit Code  
Entry Methods do not work.  
* * *  
Quick Set-Up Method  
STEP 1: Manually or using your old  
remote, turn on the component you want to  
program—for example, to program your TV,  
turn on your TV set.  
STEP 2: Point the WR7 toward the compo-  
nent that you want to program (in this case  
the TV set) and press and hold the compo-  
nent button (in this case the TV button).  
While holding down the compo-  
nent button, begin to press numeric  
keys, one number at a time, starting from 1,  
continuing to 2, 3…0 until the component  
(in this case the TV) turns off.  
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STEP 3: Release the component button to  
save the code. The component LED light will  
blink three times to confirm that the code has  
been stored.  
Repeat the above steps for other components.  
COMPONENT  
BUTTONS  
NUMBER  
PAD  
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Three-Digit Code Entry Method  
STEP 1: Find the 3-digit code numbers  
assigned to your brand from the lists in the  
back of this manual. The codes are listed by  
component category (i.e., TV, VCR, DVD,  
etc.), then by brand name. For instance, if  
you would like to locate a code for a Sony  
television, first locate the TV category and  
then look for the Sony brand.  
STEP 2: Once you have located the 3-  
digit codes for each of the components that  
you wish to operate with your WR7, write  
them ALL down on a piece of paper. It’s  
important that you write down all the codes  
listed for your brand because only one code  
is going to work with your component.  
STEP 3: Manually or using your old  
remote, turn on the component you want to  
program—for example, to program your TV  
turn on your TV set.  
STEP 4: On the WR7, press the  
Component button that you want to program  
(in this case the button that says TV) and the  
SELECT [SEL] button at the same time. Hold  
down both buttons for two seconds until the  
TV Component LED light turns on. This sig-  
nals that you are in programming mode.  
COMPONENT  
BUTTONS  
SELECT  
BUTTON  
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IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to  
perform the next step while you are in pro-  
gramming mode. If you do not press a but-  
ton within 30 seconds, the component LED  
light will turn off. The remote will exit the  
programming mode and you will have to  
start over.  
STEP 5: Point the WR7 toward the compo-  
nent (in this example the TV) and punch in  
the first 3-digit code that you wrote down for  
that specific component. Use the Number  
buttons 0~9 on the remote to punch in the  
code. The TV LED light will blink each time a  
number is pressed.  
NUMBER  
BUTTONS  
If the 3-digit code number you just punched  
in is the correct number, the component you  
are trying to program will turn off. If it did  
not turn off, enter the next code number  
from your list until it does turn off.  
STEP 6: Once you’ve entered the code  
number and the component has turned off,  
press the POWER [ON] button on the WR7  
remote to turn the component back on.  
Next test the VOLUME and CHANNEL but-  
tons (or PLAY and STOP buttons for VCR and  
DVD) to make sure they all work. For exam-  
ple, perhaps your Sony TV turned off with  
code number 147, but the volume controls  
did not work properly. In this case, try the  
next code number listed for that component.  
Repeat Step 5 using the next code number  
until you find a perfect match.  
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STEP 7: Once you’ve entered a correct  
you must save it.  
code,  
Press the com-  
ponent button you just programmed (in this  
case TV) one more time to save the code  
number.  
The component LED light will blink three  
times to confirm that the code was success-  
fully stored. Now when you press the TV  
component button, all of the buttons will  
work with your TV.  
Program the remaining components by  
repeating steps 3 through 7.  
IMPORTANT: If you have tried all the set-  
up codes in the list and the component still  
did not turn off after Step 5, either the Auto-  
Search Method (page 14) or the Learning  
Method (page 16) will help you program.  
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Auto-Search Method  
The Auto-Search Method is a way you can  
scan through all of the codes in the table to  
find the right code for your component.  
STEP 1: Manually or using your old remote,  
turn on the component you want to pro-  
gram—for example, to program your TV,  
turn on your TV set.  
STEP 2: On the WR7, press the Component  
button that you want to program (in this  
case the button that says TV) and the  
SELECT [SEL] button at the same time. Hold  
down both buttons for two seconds until the  
TV Component button light turns on. This sig-  
nals that you are in programming mode.  
IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to per-  
form the next step while you are in program-  
ming mode. If you do not press a button  
within 30 seconds, the component LED light  
will turn off. The remote will exit the pro-  
gramming mode and you will have to start  
over.  
UP  
ARROW  
DOWN  
ARROW  
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STEP 3: Point the WR7 remote control  
toward the component and press the UP [  
]
arrow (or DOWN [ ] arrow) button once.  
Each time the UP or DOWN arrow button is  
pressed, the code will count up (or down) one  
code number and send a Power OFF signal.  
When the correct code is sent out, the compo-  
nent will turn off.  
STEP 4: Once you have found the right code  
number and the component has turned off,  
press the POWER [ON] button on the WR7  
remote to turn the component back on.  
Next test the VOLUME and CHANNEL buttons  
(or PLAY and STOP buttons for VCR and DVD)  
to make sure they all work. If any of the buttons  
do not work properly, you need to find a new  
code. Continue pressing the UP (or DOWN)  
arrow button until you find a new code that  
turns off the component and makes the VOL-  
UME or PLAY buttons respond correctly.  
STEP 5: Once you have found the right  
you must save it.  
code,  
Press the compo-  
nent button you just programmed (in this case  
TV) one more time to save the code number.  
The component LED light will blink three times  
to confirm that the code was successfully stored.  
Now when you press the TV component button,  
all of the buttons will work with your TV.  
NOTE: Use this method for those components  
you cannot program with either the Quick Set-  
Up or 3-digit Code Entry Methods.  
IMPORTANT: If you cannot find the right  
code after 5 minutes of trying the Auto-Search  
Method, try the Learning Method (page 16).  
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THIS PRODUCT TO THE STORE  
PLEASE CONTACT OUR TECHNICAL  
SUPPORT CENTER.  
IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE E-MAIL  
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Programming WR7 using  
the Learning Method  
STEP 1: Line up the WR7 to the remote control  
you want to learnfrom, head--to--head as shown  
below. Start with both remotes’ IR windows touch-  
ing (or nearly touching).  
STEP 2: On the WR7, press the Component  
button that you want to program (in this case  
the button that says TV) and the ENTER [ENT]  
button at the same time. Hold down both but-  
tons for two seconds until the TV Component  
button light turns on. This signals that you are  
in programming mode.  
IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to per-  
form the next step while you are in program-  
ming mode. If you do not press a button with-  
in 30 seconds, the component LED light will  
turn off. The remote will exit the programming  
mode and you will have to start over.  
STEP 3: Press any button on the WR7 that  
you want to teach a command to. For example,  
if you want to teach the [MUTE] button on the  
WR7 the TV Mute command from the other  
remote, first press the [MUTE] button on the  
WR7 and the TV component button LED light  
will blink once indicating that the WR7 is ready  
to learn the command.  
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STEP 4: Press and hold the [MUTE] button  
on the other remote until the component but-  
ton LED on the WR7 blinks twice. Now you  
can continue learning all other buttons from  
your old remote by pressing the next button  
on the WR7 and repeating this step.  
Note: The component LED will blink five times  
if there was an error in the learning process. In  
this case, please repeat Steps 3 and 4.  
STEP 5: Once the WR7 has learned all  
the buttons in the selected component mode,  
press and hold the Component button and  
ENTER [ENT] buttons at the same time to  
save the learned functions. The component  
LED light will blink three times to confirm the  
programming. Now test all the buttons to  
make sure they learned correctly.  
Repeat Steps 1-5 to program any other com-  
ponent modes.  
If the Learning Method does not  
work, here are a few suggestions:  
• If you have a Plasma TV, move to another  
room  
• Avoid programming under fluorescent light  
or direct sunlight  
• Put new batteries in the old remote  
• Gradually vary the distance between the two  
remote controls  
• Adjust the angles of the remotes (i.e., keep  
the WR7 on a flat surface while holding the  
other remote in hand and angling it down  
toward the WR7)  
Tap the button on your old remote instead of  
pressing and holding it during the learning  
process  
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Here are some additional facts  
regarding the Learning process:  
• Learned functions override any existing pre-  
programmed functions on the remote control  
• Learned functions are automatically erased  
when a new function is learned on the same  
button  
• Learned functions are retained even after a  
different set-up code number is programmed  
into the remote control  
To return to an original pre-programmed  
function, a learned function must be erased  
• Rapidly tapping the Volume Up button on the  
old remote will teach the WR7 to ramp the vol-  
ume instead of raising it in increments of one  
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AUX Function: Programming  
a 7th Component  
After you’ve finished programming the WR7 for six  
primary components and you did not use AUX, you  
can take advantage of the AUX function to program  
a 7th component, such as a second TV, DVD, or  
any other audio/video component that you may  
have in your system. Simply program the [AUX] but-  
ton in the same manner as any other component  
using either the Quick Set-Up Method, the 3-Digit  
Code Entry Method, the Auto-Search Method or the  
Learning Method.  
Finding a Components  
Set-up Code Number  
If you used the Auto--Search or Learning Methods  
to program a component, you may not know the  
code number you programmed. Here is a way for  
you to identify what that code number is, so you  
can make a note in the back of this Manual for  
future reference.  
STEP 1: Press the component button you  
would like to verify and the SELECT [SEL]  
button at the same time for two seconds until  
the selected component LED light turns on.  
IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to  
perform the next step while you are in pro-  
gramming mode. If you do not press a but-  
ton within 30 seconds, the component LED  
light will turn off.  
The remote will exit the programming mode  
and you will have to start over.  
COMPONENT  
BUTTONS  
INFO  
SELECT  
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STEP 2: Press the [INFO] button and count  
the number of times the Component LED light  
blinks. This number indicates the first digit of  
the code. Next it will pause for about one sec-  
ond and begin blinking again to indicate the  
number of the second digit. Then once again  
it will pause, then blink, to indicate the num-  
ber of the third digit.  
Example: One blink, pause, eight blinks,  
pause, three blinks indicates code number 183.  
Note that ten (10) blinks represent the number 0.  
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Programming Special  
Advanced Features  
Programming Multi-Commands to  
Macro Buttons  
The WR7 has 13 Macro buttons (ON, SYS-  
TEM OFF, 7 Component buttons, and 4 My  
Favoritesbuttons) that are designed to store  
up to 20 commands in each button. Pressing  
any one of the Macro buttons will send out  
the series of commands that are stored in  
that particular button.  
MacroPowerTotal System On/Off  
MacroPower makes several devices work togeth-  
er by pressing one button. Imagine the conven-  
ience of turning on your TV, your DVD player  
and your Surround Sound receiver by pressing  
a single button on your WR7. What could nor-  
mally take three remotes and three button push-  
es, the WR7 can accomplish with the press of  
one button. We call that MacroPower. Any of  
the Power On or the System Off buttons can be  
programmed for MacroPower control. To set it  
up, follow these easy steps:  
STEP 1: To program MacroPower commands  
for the POWER [ON] button, press the POWER  
[ON] button and the [MUTE] button at the same  
time for two seconds until one of the component  
button LED lights turns on.  
POWER  
MUTE  
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IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to per-  
form the next step while you are in programming  
mode. If you do not press a button within 30 sec-  
onds, the component LED light will turn off. The  
remote will exit the programming mode and you  
will have to start over.  
STEP 2: Press the component button you  
want to turn on and then the POWER [ON]  
button; repeat for all other components in the  
order you want them to turn on. The compo-  
nent LED lights will blink once each time you  
press the POWER [ON] button.  
POWER  
COMPONENT  
BUTTONS  
STEP 3: Once you’ve entered all the  
Power On commands, press the CHANNEL  
Up [  
] button to save your MacroPower  
CH  
commands. The component LED lights will  
blink three times to confirm that the program-  
ming has been successfully saved.  
CHANNEL  
UP  
SUGGESTION: Most of the components  
have the same signal to turn the power On and  
Off. You may want to program MacroPower  
only in the POWER [ON] button and save the  
[SYSTEM OFF] button to turn components On  
or Off individually.  
Note: If you want to program MacroPower  
for the [SYSTEM OFF] button, repeat the same  
steps used for POWER [ON] programming.  
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Programming My Favorites-  
Favorite Channel Buttons  
In Cable mode, the four [MY FAVORITES]  
buttons are also designed to serve as dedi-  
cated Favorite Channel buttons.  
Each button will access one of your favorite  
channels with just one button press. Here’s  
how to program Favorite Channels:  
STEP 1: Press the [CABLE/SAT] button to  
select the Cable/SAT mode.  
STEP 2: Press one of the [MY FAVORITES]  
buttons and the [MUTE] button at the same  
time for two seconds until the [CABLE/SAT]  
component LED turns on.  
IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to per-  
form the next step while you are in program-  
ming mode. If you do not press a button with-  
in 30 seconds, the component LED light will  
turn off. The remote will exit the programming  
mode and you will have to start over.  
MUTE  
MY  
FAVORITES  
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STEP 3: Using the Number Pad, punch in  
the Channel number of the Favorite Channel  
that you want to store in the Macro button.  
The CABLE/SAT component LED light will  
blink once for each button pressed.  
STEP 4: Press the CHANNEL UP [CH  
]
button to store the commands entered. The  
[CABLE/SAT] component LED will blink three  
times to confirm the programming.  
CHANNEL  
UP  
Notes regarding programming  
multi-commands to Macro buttons:  
You can program up to 20 commands on  
each Macro button.  
You can program delays in between com-  
mands by pressing the [PAUSE] button.  
Each press adds a one-half second delay.  
• Also, if you add the delay time as the first  
step of Macro commands, the remote will  
not send the Macro unless the button is  
held for two seconds. (This is the Press &  
Hold Function).  
You can also program macro commands in  
layersby pressing the [STOP] button in  
between commands. (For example, if you  
press [009], [STOP], [035], [STOP], [365],  
[STOP] in Step 3 of the Favorite Channel  
programming process) the remote will send  
out 009 at the first press of the selected  
[My Favorites] button, and then send out  
035 at the second press, etc.  
You cannot program the [CH ] or  
[PAUSE] buttons as macro commands.  
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SimpleSoundTotal System  
Volume Control  
SimpleSound is one of the most exciting fea-  
tures of the WR7. It gives you total volume  
control over ALL the components in your sys-  
tem, even those that do not have built--in vol-  
ume control, such as TIVO, DVD and VCR.  
SimpleSound saves you the hassle and incon-  
venience of constantly switching between  
component modes just to control volume.  
First you should identify which device in your  
system will be used to deliver sound. In a  
basic system, the sound may come from your  
TV speaker. In a more advanced system, the  
sound may come from your audio compo-  
nents (such as a Surround Sound Receiver or  
Home Theatre system).  
Now, let’s set--up SimpleSound. Here’s how:  
STEP 1: Press and hold the button that corre-  
sponds to the Component you want to add vol-  
ume control to (such as a DVD or VCR) and the  
SELECT (SEL) button at the same time for about  
three seconds until the component LED light  
turns on.  
IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to per-  
form the next step while you are in program-  
ming mode. If you do not press a button within  
30 seconds, the component LED light will turn  
off. The remote will exit the programming mode  
and you will have to start over.  
COMPONENT  
BUTTONS  
SELECT  
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STEP 2: Press the VOLUME UP [VOL ] but-  
ton and then press either the TV or AUDIO com-  
ponent button that you want to use for volume.  
The Component LED light will blink three times  
to confirm that it is saved. This sets up three but-  
tons (Volume Up, Volume Down and MUTE) as  
a group for that component.  
VOLUME  
UP  
Repeat Steps 1-2 for all other components.  
Note: SimpleSound is what’s technically  
referred to as a Punch Throughfeature and is  
not limited to volume control. It can also be  
applied to other groups of buttons. If you find  
yourself switching to a particular component  
mode frequently to access a particular control,  
consider using Punch Through.  
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