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Discrete code manufacturers
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Post 1 made on Thursday February 27, 2003 at 15:55
DanWanderer
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Hi;

I'm looking for a A/V receiver. I have no brand loyalty at all. I have to be able to program macros for my RS-2116 to control input selection. The wife will divorce me if I make this stuff any harder to use ;)
I did a little research and think I've narrowed it down to Panasonic, Pioneer, or Sony, in the $300 range.

So, of those brands, who does the best job with discrete codes?

I'm thinking Pioneer, but it never hurts to ask.

Dan.
Post 2 made on Thursday February 27, 2003 at 16:20
edmund
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The 2116 still has pioneer code AMP0013, which has full array of advanced codes for inputs. The sony codes found in the 2116 don't accept advanced codes, and there's the problem of sony's using a new code set. I have no idea about panasonics, just that they use the technics code.

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