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Remote/IR codes needed for Koss DVD
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Post 1 made on Thursday July 17, 2003 at 01:53
LetsRip
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I will really appreciate a recommendation for a universal remote and/or feedback regarding IR codes for use with a Koss DVD player -- I have the Koss DVP2163 compact player.

Also, can anyone confirm if Oritron is the same as Koss, from a IR code perspective? I saw this reference on one of the forums.

Thanks,

~ Eric
Post 2 made on Thursday July 17, 2003 at 19:25
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Do you still have the original remote?

Rob
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Post 3 made on Thursday July 17, 2003 at 19:40
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There is a Koss DVD player listed in the new ofa urc-6131, the code is 0651, and yes it's the same code for Orition.
Post 4 made on Thursday July 17, 2003 at 21:10
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Actually, I just noticed that there's an upgrade file for the DVP2163 in the JP1 file section, and the code seems to match the DVD/0711 code. The DVD/0651 code sends a different signal.

If you would like me to load the DVP2163 code into a remote for you, drop me a line off line. I could load it into a modified URC-6012 remote for $15 or a URC-8011 for $20.

Rob
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OP | Post 5 made on Friday July 18, 2003 at 03:03
LetsRip
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Unfortunately, I do not have the original Koss remote.

I did try code DVD/0651 and DVD/0711 using a URC-4605 remote. 0651 does not work at all. The Koss DVD player does respond to code 0711, but none of the key assignments work as expected -- FF, for example, appears to function as Enter.

Any other pointers are appreciated...

This message was edited by LetsRip on 07/18/03 15:46.
Post 6 made on Friday July 18, 2003 at 10:04
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A-ha, I only checked the type of signal, I didn't check the button codes. You can re-program the buttons individually using the advanced codes listed below. (If you need instructions for programming these, check my site)

Rob
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EFC Functions
181 osd
185 pbc
183 ntsc/pal
187 power
180 1
184 2
182 3
186 a-b
053 4
057 5
055 6
059 repeat
052 7
056 8
054 9
058 goto
117 0
121 +10
119 program
123 shuffle
116 setup
120 zoom
118 return
122 mute
245 up
249 left
247 right
251 down
244 root
248 title
246 subtitle
250 vol+
165 angle
169 l/r
167 audio
171 vol-
164 prev
168 play
166 next
170 fb
037 stop
041 ff
039 sb
043 pause
036 sf
040 step bwd
038 step fwd
042 select

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OP | Post 7 made on Monday September 8, 2003 at 17:26
LetsRip
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Hey Rob,

Sorry for the delay getting back to you on this. Thanks for the information -- this is indeed the correct set of codes, as I was able to test them using a OFA URC-4605. I attempted to program this remote using the information on your website, but I could not get the remote to take the new codes. Does this particular model not support re-programming? Your feedback is appreciated, thanks.

~ Eric B.
Post 8 made on Tuesday September 16, 2003 at 10:12
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The URC-4605 is a cheap and nasty remote that is barely worth the plastic used to make it (am I a remote snob or what???) :)

For some reason, it appears that the "key move" function has been removed from all the cheap OFA remotes, this didn't used to be the case.

The cheapest OFA remote that does have the key mover function (that I know of) is the URC-6012.

Rob
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