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AVEX R6
Remote Control
Owner's Manual

Summary of Contents

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    AVEX R6 Remote Control Owner’s Manual...

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    Everything you need to know about programming the AVEX R6 is contained in this Manual. AVEX R6 Owner’s Manual © 2009 Universal Remote Control, Inc. This document is protected by the copyright laws of the United States and internationally by the Berne Convention.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Getting Started - Overview • Control up to 6 Components ...4 • Component Buttons ...4 • Battery Installation ...4 • Low Battery Warning ...5 • Couch Mode ...5 Keypad Layout & Button Functions...6 Programming AVEX R6 Using Pre-Programmed Codes ...7 •...

  • Page 4: Control Up To 6 Components, Component Buttons, Battery Installation

    Getting Started - Overview Control up to 6 Components The AVEX R6 remote control is designed to control up to six different Audio/Video components and operate virtually all brands of AUDIO, TV, DVD, VCR/DVR, SAT/CABLE and AUX (Light, Music Server, etc.) components.

  • Page 5: Low Battery Warning, Couch Mode

    Low Battery Warning When the batteries are low and need to be replaced the component LED will quickly blink three times when you press the Power [ON] button. Couch Mode The AVEX R6 is designed to automatically turn itself off if a button is pressed for more than 30 seconds. This prevents battery power from being depleted should the remote accidentally slip between the couch cushions.

  • Page 6: Keypad Layout & Button Functions

    Keypad Layout & Button Functions POWER Allows you to turn the selected component on and off. TV, CBL,VCR, AUDIO, DVD, AUX Used to select the component you want to operate and signals remote control activity. MENU Displays the Applications Menu through the Cable Set Top Box.

  • Page 7: Pre-programmed Codes, Quick Set-up Method, Three-digit Code Entry Method

    Programming AVEX R6 using Pre-Programmed Codes There are three different ways you can program your AVEX R6 using the component brand codes that are pre-programmed into the remote. One of these will work for you! • Quick Set-Up Method • Three-Digit Code Entry Method •...

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    UICK Three-Digit Code Set-Up Method STEP 1: Find the 3-digit code numbers assigned to your brand from the lists in the back of this manual. The codes are listed by component category (i.e., TV, VCR, DVD, etc.), then by brand name. For instance, if you would like to locate a code for a Sony television, first locate the TV category and then look for the Sony brand.

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    STEP 5: Point the AVEX R6 toward the component (in this example the TV) and punch in the first 3-digit code that you wrote down for that specific component. Use the Number buttons 0–9 on the remote to punch in the code. The TV LED light will blink each time a number is pressed.

  • Page 10: Auto-search Method

    LED light will turn off. The remote will exit the programming mode and you will have to start over. STEP 3: Point the AVEX R6 remote control toward the component and press the UP DOWN arrow) button once. Each time the UP...

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    STEP 4: Once you have found the right code number and the component has turned off, press the POWER button on the AVEX R6 remote to turn the component back on. Next test the VOLUME and CHANNEL buttons (or PLAY and STOP buttons for VCR and DVD) to make sure they all work.

  • Page 12: Learning Method

    If Auto Search did not work, try this: Programming AVEX R6 using the Learning Method STEP 1: Line up the AVEX R6 to the remote control you want to ‘learn’ from, head--to--head as shown below. Make sure the heads are one to two inches apart.

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    Here are some additional facts regarding the Learning process: • Learned functions override any existing pre-programmed functions on the remote control. • Learned functions are automatically erased when a new function is learned on the same button. • Learned functions are retained even after a different set-up code number is programmed into the remote control.

  • Page 14: Special Advanced Features, Programming Automated Activities, Macropower Total System On/off

    Special Advanced Features Programming Automated Activities The AVEX R6 has six Macro buttons (POWER, SYSTEM OFF, A, B, C, D) that are designed to store up to 20 commands in each button. Pressing any one of the Macro buttons, or Automated activity, will send out the series of commands that are stored in that particular button.

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    IMPORTANT: You have 30 seconds to perform the next step while you are in programming mode. If you do not press a button within 30 seconds, the component LED light will turn off. The remote will exit the programming mode and you will have to start over.

  • Page 16: Buttons

    Notes regarding programming multi- commands to Macro buttons: • You can program up to 20 commands on each Macro button. • You can program delays in between commands by pressing the PAUSE button. Each press adds a one-half second delay. •...

  • Page 17: My Favorites" – Favorite Channels

    Programming “My Favorites” - Favorite Channel Buttons In Cable mode, the A, B, C, D buttons are also designed to serve as dedicated Favorite Channel buttons. Each button will access one of your favorite channels with just one button press. Here’s how to program Favorite Channels: STEP 1: Press the CBL button to select the Cable mode.

  • Page 18: More Favorite Channels

    More Favorite Channels You can also use the "A, B, C and D" buttons to program favorite channels. Each button can pro- gram up to 5 favorite channels (or a total of 20 button presses), but you're not limited to using these buttons for only that.

  • Page 19: Simplesound™ Total System Volume Control

    SimpleSound™ Total System Volume Control SimpleSound is one of the most exciting features of the AVEX R6. It gives you total volume control over ALL the components in your system, even those that do not have built--in volume control, such as TIVO, DVD and VCR.

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    STEP 2: Press the VOLUME UP button and then press either the TV or AUDIO component button that you want to use for volume. The Component LED light will blink three times to confirm that it is saved. This sets up three buttons (Volume Up, Volume Down and MUTE) as a group for that component.

  • Page 21: Channel Control "punch Through

    Channel Controls (CHANNEL UP, DOWN, LAST, CHANNEL NUMBERS 0-9, +10 and ENTER) will also operate in other component modes on the remote control. STEP 1: Press and hold the component button you want to add channel control to, such as...

  • Page 22: Transport Control "punch Through

    AVEX R6 so that VCR or DVD Transport Controls (PLAY, STOP, FF, REW, PAUSE, SKIP and RECORD) will also operate in other component modes on the remote control. STEP 1: Press and hold the component button you want to add Transport Control to, such as CBL or...

  • Page 23: Punch Through

    (MENU, GUIDE, INFO, EXIT, SEL and 4 Cursor Controls) will also operate in other component modes on the remote control. STEP 1: Press and hold the component button you want to add OSD Control to, such as TV or VCR, and the SELECT [SEL] button at the same time for two seconds until the Component LED light turns on.

  • Page 24: Input Switching Macros

    Input Switching Macros These macros can be difficult and will vary depending on your specific setup. Because most TVs have a "Toggle" input feature, there's no way to jump to a spe- cific video source discretely. "Toggle" means that you have one button on your remote that cycles through all available video sources (inputs) on your TV.

  • Page 25: Erasing Commands-overview, Erasing A Single Learned Command

    Erasing Commands -- Overview You can erase a single learned command, all learned commands in each component mode, SimpleSound programming, MacroPower commands, or re--set the remote to original factory default settings. Erasing a Single Learned Command from One Component STEP 1: Press the component button where the learned command is stored and the ENTER buttons at the same time for two seconds until the component LED light turns on.

  • Page 26: One Component

    Erasing All Learned Commands from One Component This function allows you to erase all the learned commands from one component. For example, if you want to erase all learned commands on the TV component button because you bought a new TV, the process is very simple.

  • Page 27: Commands

    Erasing MacroPower & Other Macro Commands STEP 1: To erase MacroPower commands on the POWER ON or SYSTEM OFF button, press and hold either the POWER ON or SYSTEM OFF button and the MUTE button simultaneously for two seconds until the current status component LED turns on. IMPORTANT: If you don’t proceed to the next step within 30 seconds, the LED will turn off and exit set-up mode and you will need to start over.

  • Page 28: Punch Through" Commands

    Erasing SimpleSound & Other “Punch Through” Commands STEP 1: Press and hold the Component button you want to erase volume control from, such as DVD or VCR and the SELECT [SEL] button at the same time for two seconds until the Component LED light turns on.

  • Page 29: Factory Reset

    Factory Reset You can reset your AVEX R6 remote to the original factory default settings. Press and hold both the TV and RECORD buttons for about five seconds until the DVR/VCR component LED light blinks five times. All programming and set-up codes that you have entered into the remote will be erased and the AVEX R6 will return to the original factory default settings.

  • Page 30: Number

    Finding a Component’s Set-up Code Number If you used the Auto--Search or Learning Methods to program a component, you may not know the code number you programmed. Here is a way for you to identify what that code number is, so you can make a note in the back of this Manual for future reference.

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    Pre-Programmed The AVEX R6 Pre-Programmed code library is classified by category (TV, VCR, DVD, etc.). Within each category, the code numbers are listed in rows by brand (Sony, Panasonic, B & K, etc.). Some brands have more than one three-digit code. Circle the correct row and refer to it while you perform setup operations.

  • Page 32: Cable/sat

    CABLE/SAT Brand Code Numbers ADELPHIA ADVANCED NEWHOUSE ALTRIO AMINO 256 257 260 261 ARMSTONG AT&T BROADBAND AT&T IPTV ATLANTIC BROADBAND BLUE RIDGE BRESNAN BRIGHT HOUSE BUCKEYE COMM CABLEVISION CHARTER CISCO 001 042 251 313 COGECO COMCAST COMSAT COX DIGITAL DIGEO DIRECTOR ENVIO GENERAL INSTRUMENT...

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    Brand Code Numbers ABEX ADMIRAL ADVENT ADVENTURA AIKO ALERON AKAI 116 146 248 281 A MARK AMERICA ACTION AMPRO AMSTRAD ANAM 043 054 056 080 116 363 112 058 APEX DIGITAL ASTAR AUDIOVOX BELCOR BELL&HOWELL BRADFORD BROCKWOOD CANDLE 116 002 003 363 CAPEHART CELEBRITY CENTURION...

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    Brand Code Numbers 116 363 024 028 MIDLAND MINTEK MINUTZ MITSUBISHI 124 109 024 363 028 040 146 450 MONTGOMERY WARD MOTOROLA MULTITECH 272 132 134 116 040 024 056 019 NET TV NIKEI NIKKO NIKO NORCENT NUVISION OLEVIA ONKING ONWA OPTIMUS OPTONICA...

  • Page 35: Dvr/vcr

    Brand Brand Code Numbers Code Numbers VCRs ADMIRAL ADVENTURA AIKO AIWA AKAI AMERICA ACTION AMPRO ANAM AUDIO DYNAMICS AUDIOVOX BROOKSONIC CALIX CANON CITIZEN CRAIG CURTIS MATHES DAEWOO DYNATECH ELECTROHOME ELECTROPHONIC EMERSON 006 145 034 101 FISHER FUNAI GARRARD 145 072 147 144 GO VIDEO GOLDSTAR 101 013 012 123...

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    Brand Code Numbers TV/VCR Combos AMERICA ACTION DAEWOO EMERSON FUNAI GOLDSTAR HARLEY DAVIDSON HITACHI JCPENNEY LLOYD MAGNAVOX MEMOREX PANASONIC PHILIPS RADIO SHACK SAMSUNG SEARS SONY SYLVANIA SYMPHONIC THOMAS ZENITH DVR Receivers HUGHES HUMAX PHILIPS REPLAY NETWORKS SONY TIVO TOSHIBA DVR/VCR 101 123 101 123 034 067...

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    Brand Code Numbers AKAI ALLEGRO APEX DIGITAL BLAUPUNKT BROKSONIC CINEVISION COBY CYBERHOME DENON DURABRAND DVD 2000 EMERSON ENTERPRISE FISHER FUNAI GOLDSTAR GO VIDEO 137 091 220 221 GREENHILL HARMAN KARDON HITACHI HITEKER INITIAL INSIGNIA KENWOOD KISS KRELL LITEON LEXICON MAGNAVOX 001 096 143 282 MARANTZ MALATA...

  • Page 38: Audio

    Brand Code Numbers ADCOM 082 092 225 161 AIWA 170 018 104 202 203 213 211 188 AKAI ARCAM B & K BOSE 070 170 224 347 BOSTON ACOUSTICS CARVER 006 028 201 214 226 185 077 284 DENON 001 109 215 230 ELAN ESCIENT FISHER...

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    Brand Code Numbers iPod Controls APPLE / iPod BOSE GRIFFIN KENSINGTON TEN TECHNOLOGY MEDIA PC Controls DELL GATEWAY KEYSPAN SONY TOSHIBA WINBOOK GAMING SYSTEM Controls MICROSOFT / XBOX SONY / PS2 LIGHTING Controls LITE-TOUCH LUTRON X-10 XANTECH DIGITAL TO ANALOG CONVERTER Controls ARTEC CASTI CRAIG...

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    What if my remote control no longer works from a distance? Replace the batteries with new Alkaline batteries. Who can I contact for more answers? The Universal Remote Control technical support and customer service staff are ready to answer any questions you might have. E-Mail us at techsupport@universalremote.com Visit our website www.universalremote.com...

  • Page 41: Warranty, Specifications

    Limited Warranty UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL, INC. warrants this product against defects in material or workmanship for a period of one (1) year and as set forth below. Universal Remote Control will, at its sole option, repair the product using new or comparable rebuilt parts, or exchange the product for a comparable new or rebuilt product.

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    Information To The User This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

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    PLEASE DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO THE STORE PLEASE CONTACT OUR TECHNICAL SUPPORT CENTER IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE, E-MAIL techsupport@UniversalRemote.com 1-800-901-0800 or dial (9:00AM-6:00PM EST) 500 Mamaroneck Avenue, Harrison, NY 10528 Phone: (914) 835-4484 Fax: (914) 835-4532 OCE-0086A Rev 03...

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