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Amazing Discovery: 15-1994 Radio Shack's new 6-in-1 Remote
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OP | Post 181 made on Tuesday December 28, 1999 at 22:23
Jawhn MacCaine
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Does anyone know if there is a 4 digit code for the Kenwood VR-309 receiver? I read Rick & Brian T's post but I would prefer not to use up memory on learning if I don't have to.
OP | Post 182 made on Wednesday December 29, 1999 at 11:23
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I'm having trouble getting the 15-1994 to work with my RCA "AudioTheatre" model Reciever. The code in the book has not worked and search didn't work either.

Is there anything else I can do?
OP | Post 183 made on Wednesday December 29, 1999 at 20:07
Chris Seaman
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Another big kudos to the many people who have posted to this thread. I picked up a 15-1994 two nights ago, and it is very cool! And, it was still on sale at my Radio Shack! I am amazed at how easy it was to program, and how complete the list of advanced codes is. I have mapped all of the functionality from 5 remotes (TV, Dish Network receiver, VCR, DVD player, and A/V receiver) onto the 1994, and it works great.

Many thanks to all here, and to those who have been keeping so much valuable information on their web sites.

OP | Post 184 made on Saturday January 1, 2000 at 20:26
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I have been unable to program my 15-1994 to operate my Pioneer Combiplayer (LD and DVD). The remote gives an invalid signal when I enter the 4 digit codes given by the manual and technical services. I have tried both aux1 and aux2. My other five components were no problem. Out of nine codes, it will recognize only one and respond with the double blink. All others give me the long single flash.

Any ideas?
OP | Post 185 made on Sunday January 2, 2000 at 12:09
Rob Coleman
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This may have been answered above somewhere, but I haven't been able to find it. Is it possible to reference other macros in macros that I'm currently programming? For instance, I have s1 mapped to turn things on & set to Sat TV mode. s2 is "everything is already on, just set to Sat TV mode." To save memory, I'd like to have s1 just be "turn everything on" and then run s2. Simply hitting s2 while programming the sequence doesn't seem to work. Any ideas?
OP | Post 186 made on Monday January 3, 2000 at 01:37
Chris Seaman
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I am assuming you first changed the device type on the Aux1 or Aux2 button to VCR. If you didn't, it will not properly recognize any VCR/DVD/LD codes. If you did change the type, and it still doesn't work, the only other option I know of is to try using the search feature.


I haven't tried making one macro call another, but my guess is that it is not supported. But hey, maybe someone else has figured out a way to make it work.
OP | Post 187 made on Tuesday January 4, 2000 at 12:06
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I have a dish 4100 with a UHF remote. Can an IR reomote work with this unit?

Thanks again for a great site.

OP | Post 188 made on Tuesday January 4, 2000 at 13:07
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Need code for Toshiba SD3109 DVD Player.

Anyone know it?

Thank you
OP | Post 189 made on Tuesday January 4, 2000 at 14:36
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Regarding the code for the Toshiba 3109:
I found that the code 0503 worked for me.
It is listed under laser disc players.
Also, don't forget to make sure that the
device type is set to VCR -- otherwise,
the remote will not accept the code.

Good luck!
OP | Post 190 made on Wednesday January 5, 2000 at 07:26
Joe Kearney
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Does anyone know an elegant way to program my Toshiba 50 inch RPTV to switch inputs with a macro? Id like to be able to have the TV switch to one of the inputs "Video 1, 2 or TV" but the only control I have on the remote to do this is a button which cycles through all three inputs. This makes it impossible to set up macros that will automatically select the right input source on the TV.

Does anyone know of something like a direct code I can use to switch to a mode on this set?

Thanks! Joe
OP | Post 191 made on Wednesday January 5, 2000 at 12:23
Tom Thomas
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Thanks Andre and to all of you who have posted information here on the RS 15-1994. I was considering buying the SL-9000 for over $100 to get the functions and features I wanted in a remote but after reading your postings I ordered the 15-1994 from Radio Shack for $29.95. I wasn't even aware of this remote until I found this thread by Andre while looking for info on the 9000.
OP | Post 192 made on Wednesday January 5, 2000 at 14:08
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Thanks all, I would have bought a "fancy" $300 remote had I not stumbled across this thread. Need codes for:

Panasonic DVD changer DVD-C220
The panasonic laser disk code works but I can't
change disks.
Kenwood Receiver VR-309
Several people have posted on this model but I
didn't see any codes listed. Did I miss it
or did you learn all the functions?

OP | Post 193 made on Wednesday January 5, 2000 at 15:14
Eric Carmody
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Hello everyone,
I'm new to this forum, but am searching for a new remote and have a basic question about learning remotes.

Can this RS 15-1994 remote (and typical other learning remotes) learn multiple command per button? In other words, can the PLAY button learn/send a command to the vcr when in VCR mode and can the same PLAY button also learn/send the command to play my cassette player on my stereo when in AUX mode? Or if I had two vcrs, would the PLAY button operate each VCR seperately?

OP | Post 194 made on Wednesday January 5, 2000 at 17:20
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Does Radio shack still sell this remote? The only learning remote our Radio Shack has is $39.95 and it has a different model number, not sure but maybe 15-1996 or something like that. Could this be a replacement for the 15-1994 and does anyone know anything about it.
OP | Post 195 made on Thursday January 6, 2000 at 01:55
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I have a couple of questions about the 15-1994 programming.

1. I have set up AUX1 for my Sony STR-DE635 receiver setup #0158. I've looked thru the advanced codes and can't find a code or way to control center channel, rear channel without using learning. Any advice out there.

2. Can a learned command be remapped and used by a different device. For example I may have to learn center channel/rear channel for AUX1 position but I want to have it available when in DVD mode and VCR mode.

3. I want to teach/learn to keys that aren't lighting up when I push them in AUX1 mode #0158 setup. Is there a way to use these keys. (ie.. get the lights to light up)


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