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Pioneer SR Infared Input Pin-out
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Post 1 made on Wednesday May 10, 2006 at 17:21
tadd-8
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Hey guys,
Anyone had any luck with using the RP-6 Radio Frequency Processor with the rear IR 1/8" jack on Pioneer and Pioneer Elite equipment? Is is a two-pin, three-pin or four-pin pin-out? And what are the details for the pin-out?
Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
Post 2 made on Wednesday May 10, 2006 at 18:03
AndyM
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I've run across them, but never tried to use'm.

My suggestion:

Put your IR codes on the remote, set the Freq. to 0 and bump the repeats up to 6 or 7. Then set the code to only go out over the assigned output on the RP-6.

This is how you get the Sony S-link/S-Control inputs to work.

I've suggested this to other people here at RC, about the Pioneer stuff, and never heard back if it works or not. SO LET US KNOW WHAT HAPPENS.


Andy
Post 3 made on Thursday May 11, 2006 at 09:10
Brian Garner
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Hi, what exactly are you trying to do? I have the Pioneer Elite 56txi connected to the RP6 using the Serial connection. Initially, I did what you are tying to do with the 1/8 jack, but there is more flexibility using the Serial connection. I have the manual for the Pioneer Elite 56txi or you could download them from Pioneer's site. Let me know if you need that information and I could dig it up.

Works flawlessly with the Serial connection, just remember you need a null-modem cable which was the most difficult part. Had to finally order it from the US after searching for a week in Canada.

Brian
Thanks, and have a great day!
Brian
Post 4 made on Thursday May 11, 2006 at 13:12
BobL
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I don't know if this will help. There used to be a a problem with the Elkie series and other manufacturers IR. Here is an old Xantech bulletin on the 45. I knpow it applies to some other models as well.

[Link: xantech.com]

or this interface

[Link: xantech.com]

The serial connection would be the best bet for this.

Bob

Bob


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