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Post 1 made on Sunday December 9, 2001 at 23:47
Mike Horn
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Hey Daniel
Great idea on this new forum!! I tried every code on the AUX device with my 15-2103 in order to find a discrete bypass for my Carver dd-5.1 processor. This would allow full 5.1 bypass for my dvd audio. None of the codes even powered off the processor. I like others would like to learn these to my MX-500. Now this brings me to a few questions:

1) Would I have better luck with a 15-1994 / Cinema 7 or are the codes basically the same as the 15-2103??

2) I found some codes that work most of the functions (bypass excluded) from the HTM audio tables. Is there any correlation from these to the four digit codes on other remotes?? This might help in my search?

3) If I would like to try some of the CCF files on this sight- Do I need a Pronto, or can I transfer these somehow into the above mentioned remotes??
Sorry for so many questions but I am new to all of this..
Mike
Post 2 made on Monday December 10, 2001 at 17:03
Daniel Tonks
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On 12/09/01 23:47.55, Mike Horn said...
1) Would I have better luck with a 15-1994 / Cinema
7 or are the codes basically the same as the 15-2103??

They should be the same. Indeed, I would expect the 2103 to have more.

2) I found some codes that work most of the functions
(bypass excluded) from the HTM audio tables.
Is there any correlation from these to the four
digit codes on other remotes?? This might help
in my search?

HTM = Home Theater Master? Typically, different brands of remotes have nothing in common.

3) If I would like to try some of the CCF files
on this sight- Do I need a Pronto, or can I transfer
these somehow into the above mentioned remotes??
Sorry for so many questions but I am new to all
of this..

You'll need a Pronto, an RTI T2 or a Xantech URC-2P to have any hope. :-)
OP | Post 3 made on Monday December 10, 2001 at 23:47
Mike Horn
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Thank you for the response. There are a few codes on the 2104 that I still need to try. If I find a Radio Shack device code that works I thought I could add my own discrete bypass to it?? Is this what JP1 is all about? I noticed something on the JP1 sight about converting CCf2???. Just thought I would ask here before breaking out my slide rule
Mike


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