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Pronto TSU9400 and Auralic IR Codes
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Post 1 made on Wednesday December 27, 2017 at 16:17
lexicale
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My Pronto TSU9400 remote .... or as my wife calls it, "the remote that will not die".

Anyway I recently upgraded my home theater for music streaming - I used self learning and my Pronto picked up the codes for the McIntosh DAC without missing a beat - When I tried learning the codes for the Auralic Aries Bridge no luck - The Pronto catches two lines or sometimes two and a half lines of code but the Auralic Aries Bridge will not respond to the Pronto ..... the Auralic Aries Bridge only respond sto the factory remote

Tried doing research and Auralic uses Philips RC-5 IR codes ...... got those codes from Auralic support and pasted into the pronto code window but no luck ...... any suggestions would be much appreciated
McIntosh MX 150 / McIntosh MC 452 & MC 301 & MC 205 / McIntosh MPC 1500 / D100 DAC & Auralic Aries Bridge /Oppo BDP-103 / Revel Salon
Post 2 made on Thursday December 28, 2017 at 15:30
Lyndel McGee
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Call Auralic and ask them what the RC5 System Code And Command Codes are. Better yet, ask them to either send you a PDF with the info or ask them them to provide a link to the document.
Lyndel McGee
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OP | Post 3 made on Thursday December 28, 2017 at 18:26
lexicale
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Lyndel - I have the PDF for the IR codes (link below) .... the question is how do I get them to work with the TSU 9400 - I tried pasting them in the pronto window but no luck ... what am I doing wrong ?


[Link: support.auralic.com]
McIntosh MX 150 / McIntosh MC 452 & MC 301 & MC 205 / McIntosh MPC 1500 / D100 DAC & Auralic Aries Bridge /Oppo BDP-103 / Revel Salon
Post 4 made on Friday December 29, 2017 at 11:48
Lyndel McGee
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Many Thanks for the link.

As these codes are RC5 codes you should use the RC5/6 Helper button instead of pasting the string of 1's and 0's into the PEP window

I am hoping you are using PEP2 or PEP3 here and not the RC9400 Configurator (earliest version for support of 9400).

I am almost positive that this entry from the document which calls out the RC5 protocol means...

43 ‘3’, 3 11010100000011 20 3

The value '20' is System and the value '3' is the function in RC5 Protocol.


In PEP2/3, create a component entry in My Database for this equipment. Next, go to Component functions and in the grid, add function named KEYPAD_3.


Next, click the RC5/6 button on the screen (right beside lower right corner where IR code data shows up). Make sure the RC5 radio button is selected and then enter 20 for System. Next, enter 3 for function.

Press 'OK'.

Now, for KEYPAD_3, you should see a string that looks like this:

5000 0000 0000 0001 0014 0003

The 0014 is hexadecimal for System Code 20 (decimal)
The 0003 is hexadecimal for Function 3 (decimal)

Next, create a function for BDP/HPA using the RC5/6 Button.

‘BDP/HPA’,BDP 11010000110011 16 51

Enter 16 for System and 51 for function and press OK.

You will get this string:

5000 0000 0000 0001 0010 0033

0010 is hexadecimal for 16 (decimal)
0033 is hexadecimal for 51 (decimal).

Add this component to a test project and then test out these 2 buttons and let me know if they work.


If this works, add all the codes needed as component functions following the pattern above.

In your test project, simply 'replace component' with the newer version from MyDatabase and you should be up and running.

Lyndel
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OP | Post 5 made on Friday December 29, 2017 at 13:03
lexicale
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Lyndel .... thanks so much

Back a few years ago when there were issues with Pronto and window upgrades I requisitioned an old lap top running Windows Vista and use that as my dedicated Pronto programing machine - I keep it off line so it never upgrades - It is crude but works for what I need .... classic 10 year old windows interface - LOL

I got this Pronto from my installer when they first came out to demo as a consumer ... never got anything but the original installation disc (Actually ended up with three of them) - Always have done the "point at the other remote and learn" so I don't know how to program - When I've been stuck my work around has been borrow a newer learning remote and teach that one and then have the Pronto learn from the newer one

I'll try looking into the PEP as I love these remotes .... so does my 5 year old grandson - LOL
McIntosh MX 150 / McIntosh MC 452 & MC 301 & MC 205 / McIntosh MPC 1500 / D100 DAC & Auralic Aries Bridge /Oppo BDP-103 / Revel Salon


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