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Replacing Adcom GTP-500 Remote
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Post 1 made on Tuesday May 9, 2006 at 09:50
Lurking Member
May 2006
I hope you can help me. I've been reading on a few websites about JP-1. I have a great old GTP-500 (plus a GFA-545) that I still really enjoy. The OEM remote died. I would like to buy a nice universal remote and program it so I can control the Adcom. B

I guess I need a JP-1 remote, a JP-1 cable and the code(s). What remote is recommended? Do I need a cable or just codes. I used Rob's site and had difficulty understanding how I need to procede.

Would the "new" remote even control the motorized volume control?

I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you!
Post 2 made on Tuesday May 9, 2006 at 11:15
The Robman
Loyal Member
August 2001
What problems did you have with my site?

It's unlikely that a universal remote will have the Adcom codes pre-loaded as the codes are not in most OFA remotes. If you don't want to bother learning how to use JP1 just to load this one code, I could pre-load the code into a remote for you.

You can chose from any of the JP1 remotes listed in my "for sale" thread.

If you don't know how to order from me, all you have to do is send me the money via Paypal and mention in the notes section of the transaction which remote you are ordering and which code you want loaded.

Also, just FYI, the GTP500 and GTP500II use different codes.

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