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how can I a RC-1098 set up for DENON AVR-2307
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Post 1 made on Monday April 17, 2017 at 11:04
dadada
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Hello :)

Sorry for my bad english.
How can I the RC-1098 to work with my Denon AVR-2307
My Deliver from Asia wright:

"There are many MODE slide switch for easy component selection. Before using this remote Control, you may need to program it to operate with your particular component. Please follow the instructions detailed in this manual to set up your remote so you can start enjoying its features.
Looking forward to hearing good news from you!
Thanks for your time in this matter!"

I find not a manual how this RC-1098 to program.

Perhaps I find a solution in this forum :)

Many thanks

Best regards
Post 2 made on Tuesday April 18, 2017 at 07:37
djy
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The Denon RC-1098 is what’s known as an OEM remote (Original Equipment Manufacturer) and as such does not have a specific manual. It was supplied as the remote for Denon A/V Receiver models AVR-589, AVR-689, AVR-1609 and AVR-1709 and it’s instructions for use can be found within the manuals for these Receivers. Manuals for the AVR-1609 and AVR-1709 (English only) can be found here.

The model number of the remote originally supplied with the AVR-2307 is RC-1043 (USA) and RC-1044 (Europe). Instruction manuals for these Receivers can be found here (English) and here (German).

Using a combination of these manuals, it may be possible to get a number of the functions of the AVR-2307 working by using the RC-1098, but in your case an RC-1043/44 would be better.

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RC-1098




RC-1043



Note that whilst there are a number of differences between the RC-1098 and RC-1043, the RC-1043 and RC1044 appear to be the same.
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