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URC MX-450 issues with code searches?
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Post 1 made on Monday December 26, 2016 at 19:17
Craigsoberduck
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Hi Guys
I've got the new firmware installed into my URC MX-450 this afternoon and spent the day trying my best to get it to work. If anyone has any input which codes would work good? I've not been able to get the remote to work correctly and the search comes up short on the TV, learn inside device and the it's not working right?

Apple Tv 4th generation model A1625
Sony XBR55X930D
Denon AVR-211CI
Sony Blu-Ray BDP-BX37
older Sony CD player CDP-CE335

Thank You, Craig
Post 2 made on Monday December 26, 2016 at 21:23
Impaqt
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On December 26, 2016 at 19:17, Craigsoberduck said...
Hi Guys
I've got the new firmware installed into my URC MX-450 this afternoon and spent the day trying my best to get it to work. If anyone has any input which codes would work good? I've not been able to get the remote to work correctly and the search comes up short on the TV, learn inside device and the it's not working right?

Apple Tv 4th generation model A1625
Sony XBR55X930D
Denon AVR-211CI
Sony Blu-Ray BDP-BX37
older Sony CD player CDP-CE335

Thank You, Craig

These are all devices that have used the same codes for a long time. if you updated the firmware on the MX-450, you should of updated the IR database at the same time. Even if you didnt, any old Denon codeset should work the receiver, same with the sony Bluray. Sony TV's changed about 7 years ago now, so there should be codes in there that works though. there's a couple flakey ATV comes in the old database, but certainly the standard ATV codes will work the current 4th gen ATV's.

I assume you have the MX-450 archive software?

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Post 3 made on Tuesday December 27, 2016 at 18:03
goldenzrule
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Post 4 made on Tuesday December 27, 2016 at 18:04
goldenzrule
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Damnit. I editted my post and somehow deleted it. Oh well, too lazy to retype now.
OP | Post 5 made on Wednesday December 28, 2016 at 23:17
Craigsoberduck
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Hi Impaqt

Thank You for taking the time to help. Hope you had great Christmas and Great New Year coming up.
Craig


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