On December 24, 2006 at 09:05, Kupakai said...
I wouldn't give up on it yet. 15-1994 has a good layout,
and I think a lot of people are quite attached to it.
You can try to do a search for the code by going through
all the built in codes in the remote. While there is no
Cyberhome code listed specifically, there are a couple
of similar protocols built in, and one of them might work.
I would bet against that. The code search is a long tedious process and in this case almost certain to fail.
I've seen IR data on the Cyberhome 212, 300, 320, 402, 500, 505 and 512. They all use basically the same IR signals and the 15-1994 doesn't have any setup code for those built-in. I've also seen data on the Cyberhome 1500 and 1600, which use another set of IR signals that the 15-1994 doesn't include. I haven't seen data on any Cyberhome DVD player that doesn't use one of those two sets of IR signals.
If you have the original remote, you can also teach the
15-1994 the ir signal using the original remote. See here:[Link: hifi-remote.com]
Yes, and learning is not as limited as the original 15-1994 manual might make you believe. But the total learning capacity is probably too small for good support of a DVD player.
The best solution, though is to get a JP1 cable.
And if you get a
new remote, you can send the 15-1994 my way ;)
I think used 15-1994's still sell for fairly high prices on eBay. For a long time it was the most popular JP1 remote.