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New Discrete Codes for Sony Receiver
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Post 16 made on Wednesday August 22, 2001 at 18:02
Wade Carpenter
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I noticed that as well. I compared the IR codes of the signals and noted some similarties, but no definite match. Anyway, hope they were useful!

SanMan
Post 17 made on Friday August 24, 2001 at 23:21
Mogur2
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I have a Sony KV-32FS12 which has 4 video inputs but the remote that came with it does not have any controls. Is there a way to find codes that will allow direct change rather than moving from vid 1, 2, 3, and 4?

Also as a beginner, I need detailed help.
Post 18 made on Wednesday August 29, 2001 at 04:58
macdat
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I too have an STRDB940 and would like a copy of your codes.

Please could you email them to me.

Cheers mate !!

[email protected]
Post 19 made on Wednesday August 29, 2001 at 12:10
Wade Carpenter
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mogur2

sorry, been out of commission for a bit. have you tried the discrete inputs listed on this site? they may do exactly what you need!

SanMan
Post 20 made on Wednesday August 29, 2001 at 12:12
Wade Carpenter
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macdat,

it's in the mail!

SanMan
Post 21 made on Friday August 31, 2001 at 12:56
Doug
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I sent SanMan's new codes to my friend with the Sony receiver and he confimed that the UNIT ONE codes for MUTE ON and MUTE OFF do work with the STR-DA333ES.
YIPPEE!!!!!!!!
THANKS AND APPLAUSE to SanMan!!!! We can now reprogram some Pronto workarounds for his system to be more graceful.
I hope someone will add these new codes here to the Sony section of the DISCRETE CODES files, if not already done.
Post 22 made on Friday August 31, 2001 at 18:38
Tony Yau
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Wade:

How did you discover the discrete mute codes?

By the way, they're very useful codes. It's made my ccf even more bomb-proof.
Post 23 made on Monday March 11, 2002 at 19:02
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Please email to discrete Sony mute codes to me as well at [email protected].

Many thanks
Post 24 made on Monday March 11, 2002 at 19:03
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By the way, I could not find the codes in the Dicrete Codes section. Have they been uploaded elsewhere?
Post 25 made on Wednesday June 26, 2002 at 00:40
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Wade,

I would appreciate the discrete code for the mute as well as the others.

My other quest is for the ability to switch the AUDIO only component of the DVD Video source. This to to allow video to be set to TV whatever when I listen to dts Audio only CDs. The frustrating thing is the front panel of my Sony STR-DA50ES receiver has a 3 state mode button "V", "A" or both controlling the behaviour of the rotary input selector knob. I have not found any IR codes for this button nor the rotary knob even.


A couple of days ago, I posted to this site a modified version of Geoffrey Reynolds "ProntoUtil v1.2b". Hopefuly it will appear in the "Files > Pronto > Other > Utilities > IR Programs" section soon. I added the ability to generate a CCF version of all the Function codes of a given device number. Cutting and pasting hundreds of codes into CCFPanels was such a bore in my quest for elusive IR commands. Like you, I got stuck on decoding or generating the EQ codes as they do not fit our known 5bit, 8bit or 13bit Sony patterns.

In advance, thanks.
Foxnolds
Post 26 made on Wednesday June 26, 2002 at 10:37
jmf3rd
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On 08/24/01 23:21.03, Mogur2 said...
I have a Sony KV-32FS12 which has 4 video inputs
but the remote that came with it does not have
any controls. Is there a way to find codes that
will allow direct change rather than moving from
vid 1, 2, 3, and 4?

I have a KV-27FV15, also with 4 video inputs
Video 1,2, and 3 can be selected directly with discrete codes. Video 4 can easily be reached with a macro:
Video 3
Delay .1
TV/Video

You can find the hex codes for these functions at
[Link: remotecentral.com]

Note that although there is a Video 4 code, it will not work.

The other code you may find useful is Tuner, which will change directly back to the broadcast signal.

Good luck,
Joe
Post 27 made on Wednesday June 26, 2002 at 10:43
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Have these been submitted for Pinhead's Sony IR Collection?

-Mc
Post 28 made on Tuesday September 10, 2002 at 23:29
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On 08/14/01 15:06.33, Wade Carpenter said...
These are some codes that I have aquired from
me sony str-db940 remote:

Power ON / Power OFF (not new)
Mute ON / Mute OFF
5.1 ON / 5.1 OFF
EQ. Tone ON / EQ. Tone OFF
Sound Field ON / Sound Field OFF (starts at the
top i.e. Normal Surround on my receiver)

I also have an alternate "All sony off" command
than the one posted on this site. Might be good
for other systems where the one posted here does
not work.

I'm curious if anyone would interested in seeing
if these are good for other sony receivers. If
so, let me know and I'll send you the codes.

p.s. the codes are all clean and garbage free.

SanMan
Post 29 made on Tuesday September 10, 2002 at 23:31
jimveth
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Wade,
I have an older Sony STR-D2090 receiver with a RM-P321 remote. My Pronto Neo remote will not learn the "system off " button and neither of the receiver codes in the Philips book will work my receiver. I really like to use this button to make it a no brainer for the kids to be sure to turn off all of the equipment. Do you have a code that might work? Any help or advise would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Jim
Post 30 made on Tuesday September 10, 2002 at 23:35
clokeefe
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I would like these codes also. Are they posted on RC yet? If not could you send them to me.

Thanks
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