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SONY Input vs. discrete question.
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Post 1 made on Sunday July 24, 2011 at 01:48
Jimmy Bellagio
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I have he discrete codes for a SONY KDL TV (Video 1 through Video 9) but since I dont have access to the TV until Aug 1st am having trouble figuring out which connection type per input.

Does anyone know which input corresponds to which conenction?

ie:

Video 1 - composite (side of TV)
Video 2 - component 1
Video 3 - HDMI 1
etc,, etc.

Using URC codes.

Thanks , Bell
James S. Bellagio
Post 2 made on Sunday July 24, 2011 at 18:35
Daniel Tonks
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It depends on the model (it was pretty consistent for a while but then they renamed everything by input type but using the same codes - like Component 1, HDMI 1 - then I believe the last change was going back to generic Video names).

Why not download the manual from Sony and see exactly what's going on?
Post 3 made on Sunday November 27, 2011 at 05:40
thommo
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manual doesn't tell you which is which. on screen menue and set up tells you.
how did you get input discrete codes. i need them badly
Post 4 made on Sunday November 27, 2011 at 19:35
thommo
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how do I get my MX500 Remote to select each individual imput without toggling, ie. One button for one input


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