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Post 31 made on Monday October 13, 2003 at 05:10
BND
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|| Unfortunately my guess is that the first file
"PDP_Kaseikyo Codes.doc" is specifically for these
Plasma Displays and the second file "digital remocon_code.doc"
is a more generic listing of remote control codes.
It does specifically define what we call device
and sub-device

| digital remocon_code.doc

128.0

0x00 000 TV
0x01 001 VIDEO1
0x02 002 VIDEO2
0x03 003 VIDEO3
0x04 004 VIDEO4
0x05 005 TV/VIDEO
0x10`19 16~25 TENKEY 1`9,0
0x1A 026 TENKEY 11 (FOR FACTORY ADJ, WX
UNAVAILABLE)
0x1B 027 TENKEY 12 (FOR FACTORY ADJ, WX
UNAVAILABLE)
0x20 032 VOLUME5
0x21 033 VOLUME6
0x32 050 MUTE
0x33 051 SAP (MPX)
0x34 052 CH5
0x35 053 CH6
0x37 055 QUICK VIEW
0x38 056 SEARCH
0x39 057 RECALL
0x3D 061 POWER ON/OFF
0x3E 062 POWER ON
0x3F 063 POWER OFF
0x4A 074 DIAMOND ARROW5
0x4B 075 DIAMOND ARROW6
0x4E 078 DIAMOND ARROW3
0x4F 079 DIAMOND ARROW4
0x52 082 MENU
0x5B 091 FD
0x5C 092 FREEZE ON/OFF
0x5D 093 PIP ON/OFF
0x5E 094 PICTURE SWAP
0x64 100 PIP CH5
0x65 101 PIP CH6
0x67 103 PIP MOVE
0x7E 126 BBE ON/OFF
0xE6 230 SPLIT ON/OFF
0xFF 255 SELF CHECK

128.4
0x7C 124 COMPONENT1
0x7D 125 COMPONENT2
0xB0 176 DIGITAL-IN
0xC9 201 ASPECT ZOOM(HX UNAVAILABLE)
0xD1 209 ASPECT FULL(HX UNAVAILABLE)
0xDE 222 ASPECT(HX UNAVAILABLE)

128.9
0xA9 169 PIP MAX
0xAA 170 PIP MIN


-Jon

I am grasping at straws here trying to find the discrete component 1 and 2 codes for a Panasonic PT53wx52 for use with an MX700.

I clipped your post to contain what stuck out to me for my situation...when you say "digital remocon_code.doc"
is a more generic listing of remote control codes."
could those apply to my Set? I see component 1 and 2 listed, might those possibly work? If so, how do i get them into my MX700?
If not, do you have any suggestions? Perhaps i can call Panasonic regarding my set specifically. What # did you use, or do you have a direct contact that you would suggest speaking with?
Thanks
Brandon
Post 32 made on Monday October 13, 2003 at 11:52
PHSJason
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Brandon and any others,
I have the codes for that set(CRT RPTV) in a pronto .ccf ready to use. I will upload it here, but it will take a few days, e-mail me if you would like it.

Jason
Post 33 made on Wednesday October 15, 2003 at 01:03
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You did better than I did - Panasonic told me that they don't exist and that they don't make them! That was from a so called .... expert. It's not as if you can use them for world domination or anything lol
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TSU9600
Post 34 made on Wednesday October 15, 2003 at 07:35
BND
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Jason sent me the codes, and even converted them to an .mxf format so i could just import them with MXeditor. They worked like a charm.
Thanks !
Brandon
Post 35 made on Wednesday October 15, 2003 at 18:13
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Can someone upload a working .mxf file to the files section of this website? Thanks!
Post 36 made on Wednesday October 15, 2003 at 18:24
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I will upload the MX-700 file but it usually takes a couple of days. E-mail me and I will send it to you.

Jason
Post 37 made on Thursday November 6, 2003 at 17:44
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If I have to use the radio shack remote to enter discrete codes into the MX-500

which three digit code do I use on the radio shack for getting "PC Input" for the 6UY plasma ?

Post 38 made on Thursday November 6, 2003 at 18:36
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Setup code TV_0250, EFC 007 (EFC = Advanced Codes)is what is equivalent to the PC input command (Panasonic:128.0:122) that I posted earlier.

I have no idea if that will work for your exact model, it probably will. BTW, a three digit EFC is meaningless without the setup code.

-Jon
Post 39 made on Monday November 10, 2003 at 22:35
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Can I get a copy of the MX700 file? Thank you!!

On 10/15/03 18:24, PHSJason said...
I will upload the MX-700 file but it usually takes
a couple of days. E-mail me and I will send it
to you.

Jason
Post 40 made on Tuesday January 6, 2004 at 17:11
shagnasty
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how do you convert these to working ir?
Post 41 made on Wednesday January 7, 2004 at 22:16
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I'm not sure what you mean by working IR and "these"

dwg
Post 42 made on Saturday February 14, 2004 at 23:24
oldskoolboarder
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Does anyone know if the panny plasmas (6uy) have discrete code for turning on/off screen saver?
Post 43 made on Tuesday August 31, 2004 at 09:08
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I have a panny TH-42PA20 that I'm trying to get discrete codes for. I managed to find Power on, off and PC Input on remotecentral and they work fine. I'm just looking for one more code that will switch it to AV1. To do this without a discrete code you first have to make sure you are in AV mode rather than TV mode and then press any coloured key followed by the red key. I'd like to paste the discrete code into my USB-UIRT settings in Girder. If anyone knows the code I'd really appreciate it.
JLeeR
Post 44 made on Saturday September 25, 2004 at 20:18
Kevin Urbanek
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Panasonic has faxed me two sheets one is for Plasmas and one is for pa20 and px20 series televisions. The sheets include:

1.0 Kaseikyo Format
1.1 Carrier Frequency fc=36.7 khz T=0.436 +- 0.03 msec.
1.2 Header <---------------8T----------------><---------4T-------->
1.3 Data 0 1
<-T-><-T-> <-T-><----3T---->
1.4 Trailer <-T->
<--------------------------172T------------------>
1.5 IR Codes for PA20 and PX20 series and new plasma
Custom Code Data Code
1.POWER ON 800 3D
2.POWER OFF 800 3D
3.TV/VIDEO 800 05
4.ASPECT 804 DE
5.INPUT 1 800 01
6.INPUT 2 800 02
7.INPUT 3 800 03
8.COMP 1 804 7C
9.COMP 2 804 7D
10.PC 800 7A

Maybe someone smarter than me can make sense of this information and post need codes.
Post 45 made on Saturday September 25, 2004 at 21:23
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Can you scan the original document and email it to me. I can translate it, but usually there are some important details that get left out in an ASCII translation.
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