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Sony RM-VLZ620 Discrete codes
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Post 1 made on Tuesday September 28, 2010 at 11:14
firepuppy
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I just picked up a VLZ620 at BB; successfully programmed Dish 722k (EchoStar 20.0 IR remote), HP TV (LC3760N) & Panasonic DVD with supplied man. codes. Added several learned keys (from Dish remote) and a macro (to toggle CC). Almost done, but would like to program Device Select macros with discrete codes to power on devices(s) and select proper TV input. Note: the Dish 20.0 remote DOES support discrete On/Off unlike previous Dish remotes.

Anyone know if this is possible with the VLZ620?

Since this appears to be a UEI remote (based on limited info available from searches), is it JP1able?

Thanx in advance for any answers...
Post 2 made on Tuesday September 28, 2010 at 13:31
edmund
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No, only by learning them from another remote,sorry.
Post 3 made on Sunday August 12, 2012 at 12:33
scottchiefbaker
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I bought a Harmony 200 for $20 to program discrete commands on, with the sole purpose of using it to learn commands on my 620. Works great.
Post 4 made on Friday July 24, 2015 at 23:49
Gracepreacher
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I'm thinking of doing something just like this...using a basic Harmony to teach my 620. Question: can I just use the "Activity" macros that the Harmony sets up and teach the entire sequence to the 620 (on the input buttons, no doubt)? While I'm at it, can I make a "All off" button like Harmonies use, but put it on the 620's "power" button? What is the best way to approach this? We have young kids, and the 620 works great, seems tougher than a Harmony, and doesn't cost an arm and a leg if the kids decide to fight over it and the remote loses!


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