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Streamer Remote supports NEC1 codes? (One for All URC 7935)
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Post 1 made on Thursday December 24, 2020 at 14:02
Jack Frost
Junior Member
December 2020

I am trying to find a compact remote which could control my Lyngdorf amplifier.
Lyngdorf provides NEC1 codes list for this amplifier, for example:

Volume Up: 0x10EF, 0x1AE5

I have found that Streamer Remote from OfA looks nice but the only option is to either learn codes from original remote (not bundled with amplifier) or by inputing manually 5 digit codes for each remote key.

Now that last option, even if painful, is ok for me. Can anybody please help me, if there is a way to translate NEC1 codes to 5 digit format so I could input them manually? I tried of course googling NEC1 to 5 digit format but with no luck and unfortunately I lack experience with IR codes and formats.

I am really trying to find a simple, only few buttons remote - not a typical bulky universal tv remote with lots of buttons I will never use. I need it only to control the amplifier, I do not have any other device which could benefit from more advanced tv remote.

Or maybe somebody can point to a different small remote that is also universal and can work with NEC1 codes?
I kindly ask for help.
Post 2 made on Monday January 18, 2021 at 03:51
Junior Member
January 2021
Please take a look at OfA URC8810 (Smart Zapper). This is a compact 8-button remote so probably you will like it.

There probably is a way to make an OfA's 5-digit code from a NEC1 code since OfA is capable of emitting both NEC1 and NEC2 codes. This will probably require on-remote database update via hidden USB or via Bluetooth.

Considering your case I would suggest to call a technician and spend an extra 200 to do a setup.

Though the simplest way is to rent a remote somewhere and learn the needed function to OfA. Trying to set up without having an original remote is a pain. Those 4-digit codes, 5-digit codes and other stuff is for tech geeks.

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