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Basic Information
Device Type:Receiver
Model Year:2008
Configurations:Search the file area
16.56" wide 7.38" high 18.06" deep
42.06 cm 18.75 cm 45.87 cm
- Rackmountable
Notes:A good receiver with discrete codes all available in a ccf on the pioneer website under custom install. Receiver runs very cool and supports Sirius/XM adapter. Home Network option allows you to watch control some media over your wired network. Simply connect ethernet cable to receiver.

Some quick specs:

Power Ratings: 7 x 140 watts per channel (8 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, <.09%THD)
Audio DAC: 192 kHz/24bit DAC x 7

HDMI: 1.3a with support for Deep Color, 24p and SACD/DVD-Audio support

Crossover: 50, 80, 100, 150, 200Hz

Video Inputs: 4 x HDMI (1.3); 3 x Component Video (100MHz); 7 sets composite and S-video inputs
Control Capabilities
Input Options
IR Input Jack:Yes
Radio Frequency:Yes
- 418 MHz
RS-232 (Serial):Yes
Network IP:Yes
- WiFi
DC Trigger:Yes
Output Ports
IR Output Jack:No
RS-232 Output:No
DC Trigger:Yes
iPod Control:Yes
Operation & Behavior
Discrete Codes
Sound Modes:Yes
Picture Modes:Yes
Screen Modes:Yes
Power On:4.00 seconds
Switch Inputs:0.40 seconds
Inter-command:0.40 seconds
Important Codes & Commands
RS-232 requires a command to "wake up" unit before a command is recognized. A Power on command needs to be sent twice and a power off as well. Other little unorthodox behavior with 232 exists.
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This page contains information on how the Pioneer VSX-94TXH can be controlled, along with useful tips, tricks and commands to make integrating this device into a universal remote control or other control system faster and more reliable.

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This entry was last updated on Wednesday April 29, 2009 at 16:36 by Total Control Remotes.
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