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    URC 9800 Home Producer User Guide...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS INSTALLING THE BATTERIES ...3 USING YOUR HOME PRODUCER™ ...4 Features and Functions...4 SETTING THE CLOCK...7 QUICK SET UP ...8 SETTING UP INDIVIDUAL HOME ENTERTAINMENT COMPONENTS ...10 To Set Up Your Television ...10 To Set Up Your VCR or TV/VCR Combinations ...12 To Set Up Your Cable Box ...15 To Set Up Your DSS or Satellite Receiver ...16 To Set Up Your DVD or LD Player...18...

  • Page 3: Features And Functions

    USING YOUR HOME PRODUCER Features and Functions The illustration below and the chart on the next two pages describe the features and the functions of the Home Producer’s keypad. The following keys will always have the same function, regardless of which component you are controlling.

  • Page 4: Setting The Clock 7

    Feature Function The CH + (Channel Up) and CH – (Channel Down) keys change channels the same as the Channel Up and Down keys on your original remote. The MACRO and MACRO2 keys memorize up to 15 keystrokes that can be accessed in sequence at the press of a single key.

  • Page 5: Setting Up Individual Home Entertainment Components

    QUICK SET-UP To Quickly Set Up the Home Producer to Operate Your Home Entertainment Components NOTE: If the four-digit code for your device begins with a “0”, only the last three numbers of your code will be displayed. Turn on all of the components that you will be setting up.

  • Page 6: To Set Up Your Television

    SETTING UP INDIVIDUAL HOME ENTERTAINMENT COMPONENTS To Set Up Your Television: NOTE: If the four-digit code for your device begins with a “0”, only the last three numbers of your code will be displayed. Turn on your TV. Press and release the TV key. Press and hold SETUP until the display screen changes from [TV and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

  • Page 7: To Set Up Your Vcr Or Tv/vcr Combinations

    Set Up Codes for TVs (cont.): Rhapsody 0185 Symphonic Runco 0017, 0030, 0497, 0603 Tandy 0180, 0019 Sampo 0030, 0039, 0032, 0052 Tatung Technics Samsung 0060, 0030, 0178, 0019, 0056, 0039, 0032 Technol Ace Samsux 0039 Sansei 0451 Techwood Sansui 0463 Teknika Sanyo...

  • Page 8: To Set Up Your Cable Box

    Set Up Codes For VCRs (Cont.) Sansui 0104, 0067, 0041, 0038, 0040 Nikko 0037 Sanyo Scott Nikon 0034, 0253 Noblex 0240 Sears Olympus 0035 Optimus 0037, 0048, 0104, 0162, 0432, 0454, 0593, 1048, Semp 1062, 1162, 1262 Optonica 0062 Sharp Shintom Orion 0184, 0002, 0295, 0479...

  • Page 9: To Set Up Your Dss Or Satellite Receiver

    Set Up Codes For Cable Boxes 0003, 0008, 0014, 0017, Philips 0007, 0011, 0001, 0013 Pioneer Allegro 0153, 0315 Popular Antronix 0022, 0207 Mechanics Archer 0153, 0022, 0207, 0797 Proscan Belcor 0056 Pulsar Bell & Howell 0014 Quasar Cable Star 0056 Cabletenna 0022...

  • Page 10: To Set Up Your Dvd Or Ld Player:

    To Set Up Your DVD or LD Player: NOTE: If the four-digit code for your device begins with a “0”, only the last three numbers of your code will be displayed. Turn on your DVD or LD Player and insert a disc. Press and release the DVD key.

  • Page 11: To Set Up Your Tuner/receiver

    To Set Up Your CD or MD Player (cont.): Aim the remote control at the CD or MD player and press POWER or PLAY. Your player should turn OFF or start to play your disc. Press the ESC key to return the display to [CD and the TIME].

  • Page 12: To Set Up Your Amplifier

    Set Up Codes For Tuner/Receivers 0531 Optimus Adcom 0616 Aiwa 0158, 0189, 0121, 0405 Akai 0076, 0224 Bang & Olufsen 0898 Capetronic 0531, 0195 Panasonic Carver 0189, 0008, 0042, 0360 Penney Casio 0195 Philips Clarinette 0195 Pioneer Curtis Mathes 0039, 0080 Denon 0004, 0273, 0771 Emerson...

  • Page 13: Setting Up Additional Home Entertainment Components

    SETTING UP ADDITIONAL HOME ENTERTAINMENT COMPONENTS Besides the device keys that are already labeled (TV, VCR, CBL, etc.), the Home Producer can also operate the following components: Cassette Decks, Home Automation, Digital Audio Tape, Turntables, Video Accessories, and Miscellaneous Audio Components (e.g., Graphic Equalizers and Digital Music Service Boxes).

  • Page 14: Searching For Your Code

    0135, 0136, 0282 Set Up Codes for Home Automation 0240 Radio Shack LiteTouch 0084 Security System 0167 Lutron 0318 Universal X10 One For All 0167 Set Up Codes for Digital Audio Tape Carver 0158 Marantz Denon 0031 Philips Harman/Kardon 0158...

  • Page 15: Finding Out Your Code

    Finding Out Your Code After you have set up your components using the search, you may need to find out which four-digit code is operating your components. For example, to find out what four-digit code is operating your TV: Press and release the TV key. Press and hold SETUP until the display screen changes from [TV and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

  • Page 16: Setting Up The Home Theater Mode Key, Power Key Macro

    SETTING UP THE HOME THEATER KEY (cont.) Press SELECT. This will change the display to [TV]. Use the device keys (Device Key) TV, VCR, CBL/SAT or DVD to choose your CHANNEL source, then press SELECT. For example, if your Satellite will control channel chang- ing in the Home Theater Mode, press CBL/SAT + SELECT.

  • Page 17: Learning Functions Onto The 1l Through 6l Keys

    LEARNING FUNCTIONS ONTO THE 1L THROUGH 6L KEYS The 1L, 2L, 3L, 4L, 5L, and 6L keys can be used to customize those functions that are unique to your home entertainment needs. For example, the Home Producer does not offer Tracking Up or Down for a VCR.

  • Page 18: Deleting Functions From The L Keys, Setting Up Timed Sequences

    Deleting Functions from the L keys: 1 (Device Key) Press and release the Device key (e.g., VCR) where you want Home Producer to learn new feature(s). Press and hold SETUP until the display screen changes from the device you selected [e.g., VCR and the TIME] to [TIMED SEQ].

  • Page 19: To Delete A Timed Sequence

    NOTE: When setting up your sequence, you will need to include any keystrokes that would normally be required during regular usage, such as pressing ENTER after entering a channel number when changing channels. For example, enter a sequence that will start your VCR recording your DSS channel as follows: SAT + POWER + SAT + 2 + 7 + 5 + VCR + POWER + VCR + RECORD.

  • Page 20: And Macro2 Keys, How To Use The Shift Key

    REPEATING A SERIES OF KEY PRESSES USING THE MACRO AND MACRO2 KEYS The Home Producer has two Macro keys (MACRO and MACRO2) that will play back a series of key strokes at any time with the press of one key. Each sequence can have up to a maximum of 15 key- strokes.

  • Page 21: Sleep Lock, Volume Lock

    HOW TO USE THE SLEEP KEY The Home Producer has a SLEEP key that either operates your component’s sleep timer or, if your component does not have a sleep timer, it activates the Home Producer’s built-in sleep timer, after you activate SLEEP LOCK (see below).

  • Page 22: Keymover

    To return volume control to a component (cont.): x 2 Press the MENU – key twice, the display will change to [CONFIG- URE]. Press SELECT, the display will change to [THEATR SEL]. x 2 Press MENU – two more times, the display will read [VOL LOCK].

  • Page 23: Clear All, Setting Up And Using The Ir/rf Command Center

    CLEAR ALL If you would like to reset the Home Producer of all advanced functions, use the CLEAR ALL feature. The CLEAR ALL feature will erase the following functions from the memory of the Home Producer: Macro Sequences, Timed Macro Sequences, Volume Lock and Keymovers.

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    SETTING UP AND USING THE IR/RF COMMAND CENTER (cont.) The Command Center also includes an additional IR signal extension cord for use with a component that is not in direct line-of-sight of the Command Center. If you have a component that is not in the line-of- sight of the Command Center: Plug the 4-foot IR signal extension cord into the back of the Command Center.

  • Page 25: Compliance With The Fcc Rules And Regulations, Specifications, Troubleshooting

    COMPLIANCE WITH THE FCC RULES AND REGULATIONS 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.

  • Page 26: Error Messages

    TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.) Problem: Solution CH +/- and PREV Due to RCA design (1983- CH not working for 1987), only the original your RCA TV? remote control will operate these functions. Problems changing If your original remote control channels? required an ENTER keystroke when changing channels, press the ENTER key on the Home Producer after you...

  • Page 27: Key Index Tv Functions

    KEY INDEX TV Functions 0 - 9 The Digit keys (0-9) control direct channel access the same as the Digit keys on your original remote. NOTE: If your original remote control required you to use an Enter key to change channels, use the ENTER key on the Home Producer after entering your channel number.

  • Page 28: Vcr Functions

    KEY INDEX (cont.) VCR Functions The VCR transport keys (i.e., PLAY, REW, FF, STOP, PAU and REC) access the features of your VCR. As a safety feature on the Home Producer, you must press the REC key twice. NOTE: The SHIFT key accesses advanced features that are mapped under the VCR keys: SHIFT + PLAY = SLOW, SHIFT + REW = SLOW –, SHIFT + FF = SLOW +, SHIFT + STOP = EJECT and SHIFT + PAUSE = X2.

  • Page 29: Cable Functions

    KEY INDEX (cont.) Cable Functions 0 - 9 The Digit keys (0-9) control direct channel access the same as the Digit keys on your original remote. NOTE: If your original remote control required you to use an Enter key to change channels, use the ENTER key on the Home Producer after entering your channel number.

  • Page 30: Dvd/ld/cassette Functions, Dss & Satellite Functions

    KEY INDEX (cont.) DVD/LD/Cassette Functions The VCR transport keys (i.e., PLAY, REW, FF, STOP, PAU and REC) access the features of your Cassette Deck or DVD/LD Player. NOTE: The SHIFT key accesses advanced features that are mapped under the VCR keys: SHIFT + PLAY = SLOW, SHIFT + REW = SLOW –, SHIFT + FF = SLOW +, SHIFT + STOP = EJECT and SHIFT + PAUSE = X2.

  • Page 31: Receiver/tuner Functions

    KEY INDEX (cont.) DSS & Satellite Functions (cont.) The MENU key operates the same as the MENU or OSD (On Screen Display) key on your original re mote. Use the MENU + (Up), MENU – (Down), (Right) to navigate through your menus.

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    KEY INDEX (cont.) Amplifier Functions (cont.) The MENU + (Up) and MENU – (Down) keys access REAR LEVEL + and REAR LEVEL – respectively. MENU (Left) and MENU (Right) access BALANCE LEFT and BALANCE RIGHT. NOTE: The SHIFT key accesses advanced features that are mapped under the MENU keys: SHIFT + MENU + = CENTER LEVEL +, SHIFT + MENU –...

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    (90) days from the date of original purchase. This warranty does not cover damage or failures caused by products or services not supplied by One For All, or which result from accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, mis- handling, misapplication, faulty installation, set-up adjust-...

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    Universal Electronics Inc. One For All ® and Home Producer are trademarks of Universal Electronics Inc.

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    URC-9800 REV A Home Producer M9800 8/99...

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