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Discreet Input Codes Sony BDV-IT1000 Home Theatre
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Post 1 made on Tuesday May 12, 2009 at 04:23
SpacemanCH
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Hy everybody,
I am looking für the direct Input selection codes for my Sony BlueRay/Amplifier System. I have tired several time with always new HEX codes (Pronto NG).

I have found direct Access to the Main Menu and Tuner. But no way to find HDMI 1 or 2, TV und SAT input would be nice either.

Any ideas? Hope you can help me!

Cheers
Space
Post 2 made on Tuesday May 12, 2009 at 10:22
Jasonvp
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Post some Learned Hex Codes from the Amplifier Function and the Blu-ray Functions off the original remote.
OP | Post 3 made on Tuesday May 12, 2009 at 14:37
SpacemanCH
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Hey hey,
here you go:

Function:
0000 0067 0000 0010 0060 0018 0030 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0030 0018 0018 0018 0030 0018 0030 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0030 0018 0018 0018 0030 0018 0030 032A

OK:
0000 0067 0000 0015 0060 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0030 0018 0030 0018 0030 0018 0030 0018 0030 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0030 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0030 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0249

Direct to DVD/BR Function/Input:
0000 0067 0000 0010 0060 0018 0030 0018 0018 0018 0030 0018 0030 0018 0030 0018 0030 0018 0030 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0030 0018 0018 0018 0030 0018 0018 0313

Direct to Tuner AM:
0000 0067 0000 0010 0060 0018 0030 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0030 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0018 0030 0018 0018 0018 0030 0018 0018 0384

I was looking for a Tool like IRLab, but the other way arround. You enter the HEX code and it tells you which Device and Command it referse to. But couldn't find anything.
By the way, the Blueray Player and Amplifier is one device.

Thanks already for your help!

Space
Post 4 made on Tuesday May 12, 2009 at 17:21
johnsfine
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On May 12, 2009 at 14:37, SpacemanCH said...
Function:

Device 208, Function 105

OK:

Device 16.16 Function 124

Direct to DVD/BR Function/Input:

Device 80 Function 125

Direct to Tuner AM:

Device 80 Function 33

Every one of those matched signals documented at
[Link: hifi-remote.com]

I was looking for a Tool like IRLab, but the other way arround. You enter the HEX code and it tells you which Device and Command it referse to.

Use IrTool (The JP1 version) with DecodeIr.dll
[Link: remotecentral.com]
[Link: hifi-remote.com]

I don't know what IRLab is. I use MakeHex for what I think you mean IRLab does and IrTool with DecodeIR for the reverse.
OP | Post 5 made on Tuesday May 12, 2009 at 17:51
SpacemanCH
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Perfect!
I check tomorrow if I can find the right code now, but now I am on the right track! Thans alot and also for the Tool Names.
If you intrested in IRLab check: http://www.burud.net/ But I guess you have all the tools you need :-)

Thx again!!
Space

I let you know when it works!!!
Post 6 made on Wednesday May 13, 2009 at 08:34
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I just tried IRLab. I see that for Sony20 protocol it uses one big number for the device code instead of two little numbers.

If you want to try some of the signals with two part device codes from that list of Sony codes I linked with IRLab, you need to multiply the second number by 32 and add the first to get the big number used by IRLab.

So device 16.16 is (16*32+16) = 528 in IRLab.

Edit: Right after posting the above, I noticed the result from the obsolete decoder built into IrTool.exe. It displays the large number you need consistent with IRLab.

If IrTool finds DecodeIR.dll it first calls the better decoder in DecodeIr.dll and if that decodes anything, it pops up a little window with the result. If DecodeIr isn't found or it doesn't decode the signal or after you dismiss that little window, IrTool also runs an obsolete decoder that is built-in. That decoder understands only a few protocols and some of them not very well. But it does understand the three basic Sony protocols and it displayes Sony20 decodes consistent with IRLab device numbering, while DecodeIr.dll displays them consistent with MakeHex and with the KM and RM upgrade tools for JP1 remotes.

Last edited by johnsfine on May 13, 2009 08:41.
OP | Post 7 made on Wednesday May 13, 2009 at 13:27
SpacemanCH
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Hey Johnsfine,
your pretty a expert :-)
I just tired another 100 time (all Device 80 from 20-140). No luke. I have found direct Input Tuner FM. I also tried some more Device 208 but no luke again. Try later with 16.16 or better saying 528.
I mean, there hast to be a direct Input selection, or are I am hunting a ghost?

Cheers
Space
Post 8 made on Wednesday May 13, 2009 at 13:49
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On May 13, 2009 at 13:27, SpacemanCH said...
I just tired another 100 time (all Device 80 from 20-140).

I'm surprised. Based on the page I linked to above, I would have expected device 80, function 30 and 34 were two of the discretes you were looking for.

What kind of universal remote are you using?

If it is anything that can use or import CCF files, and you want to test a lot more codes, get MakeHex plus either IrPanels or Hex2CCF. That will make it MUCH easier to create CCF file for testing a lot of signals.

I mean, there hast to be a direct Input selection, or are I am hunting a ghost?

I'm just an expert on the IR signal structure and some of the tools. I know less than most of the other regulars here about which models of which brands are likely to include which kinds of Discrete codes.
OP | Post 9 made on Wednesday May 13, 2009 at 15:31
SpacemanCH
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That was what I was expecting as well. Device 80 between 30 and 50, would be the most logical go.
I am using a Philips Pronto NG RU990 (European Version)
I can simply copy past the HEX Code and click send IR Signal to test.
I will double check again with the Device 80. It's stupid to have a problem like this, but it realy gets me that I can't solve it with a simple try and error method..

Cheers
Space
Post 10 made on Wednesday May 13, 2009 at 17:38
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On May 13, 2009 at 15:31, SpacemanCH said...
I am using a Philips Pronto NG RU990 (European Version)

SDo it doesn't use CCF files directly, but I think Pronto Edit NG can import from a CCF file.

I can simply copy past the HEX Code and click send IR Signal to test.

That isn't terrible, but for checking a set of 128 signals it isn't the best.

Hex2CCF or IrPanels produces a CCF with a set of up to 256 numbered buttons (for protocols with 256 different functions per device code). You then load that into the remote and each test of a numbered function is then just one button press (after selcting a panel for each set of 16 buttons).
Post 11 made on Thursday May 14, 2009 at 08:24
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try the settings in this post which i managed to get earlier today
[Link: remotecentral.com]
OP | Post 12 made on Thursday May 14, 2009 at 13:52
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okay, call me stupid but:

16.32 = is (16*32+32) = 544 in IRLab

right?
Post 13 made on Thursday May 14, 2009 at 14:05
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yes you're right stupid, your maths is ok. did you get 16.32 from the link in post No. 11? i'm not clear on the exact meaning of those codes either, perhaps Mr Mod can elaborate?
OP | Post 14 made on Thursday May 14, 2009 at 14:12
SpacemanCH
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Based on my calculation (second one is 552), nop, they do not work...

but thx for the try!!!
OP | Post 15 made on Thursday May 14, 2009 at 14:15
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AV1 = 16.32
I guess thats the device id, that is why I did this calculation.
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