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Looking for JVC Receiver code for RS 15-2116
This thread has 20 replies. Displaying posts 16 through 21.
Post 16 made on Monday December 9, 2002 at 20:45
Founding Member
March 2002

I can remember a time when the Canadian $ was worth more than the US $. However, I was quite shocked to see that the canadian $ has fallen to almost 1/2 US$.

I used to spend quite a bit of time in Canada on weeend "jaunts" fishing, hunting, and enjoying the Montreal and Ontario Women :) I always felt most welcome in Canada, and not just for the "tourist" bucks.

About 2 or 3 years ago I was dating a canadian woman, and would likely be married to her if she didn't have such an "adjenda" for suing the canadian government.

I just wanted Daniel to know that Ferris's obvious prejudice toward Canadians wasn't held by all americans, and his arrogance and bias was in a tiny minority.

I've bought many items on ebay from canadian sellers, and other than the Canadian Post Office, have always been treated very well by the sellers.

good luck with your remotes, and glad to see ya here in this forum.
Post 17 made on Monday December 9, 2002 at 22:45
IR Expert
September 2002
On 12/09/02 19:49.17, The Robman said...
ask the seller if he includes the pins needed
for the RCU810 (most of them do). Then, rather
than soldering them into place, just put them
in the female end of the JP1 cable and hold it
in place by hand. It's not perfect but it does

I sure know that works on a 7800. Have you done that with an RCU810 or are you just assuming it would work? How do you avoid shorting that backlight thing on the further side of the RCU810 PCB? On the 7800 you can just push the pins through the PCB holes and then tilt to make contact (the 7800 doesn't have that sheet).

BTW, does the RCU810 have plated through holes? If it does then the pogo pins you were talking about for the 2133 might work well on the RCU810.
OP | Post 18 made on Wednesday December 11, 2002 at 22:10
Long Time Member
December 2002
Hello all!!!! I have ordered the JP1 cable..!! Very excited!!! I am sure I will be busy reading for the next few weeks! Will keep you guys posted...

Jim: Sorry to hear about your Canadian would-have-been-wife. PS - I love your country, especially Arizona!! My father and I visit every year for your Thanksgiving and it breaks our hearts to leave and come back to the snow and ice and freezing cold weather...

Rob: Yes, you heard correctly, the RS rep recommended JP1, I played dumb of course, like I had no idea what she was talking about..! Thanks for your great suggestion to go the JP1 route.

I truly appreciate everybody's comments in this thread.

I believe I have found myself a new hobby!!!!

See ya on the flip side..

Post 19 made on Thursday December 12, 2002 at 05:37
Founding Member
February 2002
On 12/09/02 20:45.19, jamesgammel said...
I just wanted Daniel to know that Ferris's obvious
prejudice toward Canadians wasn't held by all
americans, and his arrogance and bias was in a
tiny minority.

Yeah, what's with the prejudice towards Canadians? I've spent a few weekends in Winnepeg and an extensive amount of time in Ontario (Markham, actually). My visits there were very pleasant and the citizens were more than accomodating. Heck, that's more than I can say for most of my fellow neighbors here in the U.S.

And, yes, the Canadian women are fine, fine, fine!!

Also, about 18 years ago, the Canadian radio stations saved my sanity. I was in the Air Force stationed at a base in North Dakota. Some of the missile sites where I'd work were very, very close to the Canadian border. While working night-shifts, the stations would play lots of Rush and other great groups - which kept my blood pumping and kept me awake. Thank you, my Canadian friends.

This message was edited by wje on 12/12/02 09:56.55.
Post 20 made on Monday December 16, 2002 at 22:17
Long Time Member
September 2002
About the PS2, if you have the IR receiver but not the remote, you can use a 2116 and the two Sony DVD codes listed in the manual, 0533 and 0772. 0772 is setup to support the PS2 keys like L1-3, R1-3, the 4 symbols, arrows, etc. The 2116 is the first remote I've seen to have the PS2 code.
Post 21 made on Sunday March 6, 2005 at 19:00
Lurking Member
March 2005
These codes also work for a JVC RX-R76BK receiver.. Actually, you really helped me out too...
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