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codes to RC5200 - how?
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OP | Post 16 made on Monday March 15, 2010 at 17:52
AlmaataKZ
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additional quote from the manufacturers mail:



"The m902 remote codes are similar to Toshiba TV codes. Here is one
customers findings:

"The universal remote i used was a cheap one made by "Total Control"
called "8 in one". Based on what i was doing though (using the TV
codes) probably any modern universal remote will do the job.

I used a combination of different TV codes to get all the functions i
could. Each time i found a new function, i programmed the appropriate
button on the Meridian remote using it's learning function. This way i
got the full set of possible functions on m902. I am under the
impression many universal remotes use the same code library, so it might

be useful to know the following which shows which functions i picked up
from which TV code:

Toshiba TV Code 0058:
The "Channel +" command operates the "Mute On/Off" function on the Grace

m902.
The "Channel -" command operates the "display Dimmer On/Off" on m902.
The "Vol +" command switches the m902 between "Line" and "Phones".
The "Vol -" command puts the m902 into Balance adjust mode, where you
can then use Button 7 and 9 to adjust balance to the left and right
respectively.
The volume control on this TV code doesn't work well (it is the 7 and 9
buttons when not in balance adjust mode), because it adjusts volume in
one increment steps with each press, not continuously with press and
hold.

Toshiba TV Code 0083:
The "Channel +" command switches the m902 for "Crossfeed On/Off".
Other buttons do other things like volume but are inconsistent.

Toshiba TV Code 0641:
Has a OK volume function (increments by 1 unit for each press, or keeps
on going if press and hold)
Button 5 is Volume - on m902. The "down" button (as in the satellite
controls section) is Volume + on m902.

Toshiba TV Code 1939:
Best volume control with this code, adjust by 0.5 increments on m902 if
press once, and continuously at good speed if press and hold.
Button 7 for Volume+, Button 9 for Volume-.

If these aren't working on whatever universal remote is being used, I'm

pretty sure whatever Toshiba TV codes they do have will work to some
extent. It's just going to take some trial and error to find all the
functions across the various codes supplied."

We have not tested this....


I think the answers are within these sources, this is all we know about
IR codes...........
Post 17 made on Monday March 15, 2010 at 20:52
Lyndel McGee
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You should test the ProntoHex that was included on your last post on previous page. :)

You can likely generate those codes just fine using MakeHex and NEC1.irp and specifying

40BF from codes on previous page (40 = 0x40 ->64 for Device; BF = 0xBF -> 191 for SubDevice)

Device = 64.191
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Post 18 made on Monday March 15, 2010 at 22:35
Jasonvp
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Doesn't this Device come with a remote?
Post 19 made on Tuesday March 16, 2010 at 01:19
Ernie Bornn-Gilman
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On March 15, 2010 at 17:45, AlmaataKZ said...
Toshiba file (actually a pdf table but the format is lost here):

I think you can retrieve this in good form if you highlight an area in the pdf, then copy to a blank word file.

I've done this and sometimes the info is surrounded by a box, so I have to copy and paste the info inside each box on each page into a new blank word file. But that's a way to get it out.

For that matter, once the formatting is lost in this window, you could look for the place where you want to add a space and hit return to advance the line. This site turns each tab advance into a single space, so you'll never get a nice looking table here.
We can't give you a good answer, or maybe any, without the make and model of everything.
"The biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place." -- G. “Bernie” Shaw
OP | Post 20 made on Tuesday March 16, 2010 at 11:05
AlmaataKZ
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On March 15, 2010 at 22:35, Jasonvp said...
Doesn't this Device come with a remote?

It is optional.
Post 21 made on Tuesday March 16, 2010 at 21:33
Lyndel McGee
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Please test the codes from the PDF and post back with results. :-)

Thanks,
Lyndel
Lyndel McGee
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OP | Post 22 made on Monday March 22, 2010 at 09:10
AlmaataKZ
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I did not find the codes for the right commands in the pdf.
Anyhow, I kept the Grace for too long and eventually I had to give it back as it was a demo.
I still have to try the other dac candidate but it looks like if I decide on the Grace, I may have to buy the remote.
Anyhow, Jason, Lyndel, thank you for your help! Much appreciate!
I find this site and the forum very useful.
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