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Post 4 made on Saturday September 14, 2013 at 21:00
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It's not a clear win either way.  The B03 is a JP2 remote, and has a much bigger collection of setup codes, so it is more likely to be able to control newer components.  However, one of the usual advantages of these UEI remotes is that they can be manually programmed with keymoves--if a setup code doesn't have a needed function, one can add the IR signal corresponding to that function by entering a 5 digit EFC.  For some reason, the B03 doesn't support keymoves, so the user is limited to specifically the functions implemented by the setup code.

If you get a JP1.3/2 flash interface cable it won't matter which Atlas you have--either can be programmed via JP1 to send any signal.

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