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    URC-9990 Universal Touch Screen Remote ... . . P.2...

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    User guide Bedienungsanleitung Mode d’emploi ONE FOR ALL MOSAIC URC-9990 DD-0201 701571 S.44 p.86...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table Of Contents ............. 3 NTRODUCTION .

  • Page 4: Introduction

    Introduction Your ONE FOR ALL MOSAIC is designed to let you use one remote to operate your Video and Audio equipment; any device designed to be operated by an infrared signal. This also includes those devices which operate over 100 kHz.You can choose any combination of 15 devices you would like to operate.

  • Page 5: Using The Touch Screen

    Using the touch screen MOSAIC features a Touch Screen that responds to touch commands, whether you use the supplied Stylus or your finger tip. Each time you tap on the screen, you’ll see the LED blink and hear a beep tone, which serve as visual and audio confirmation of your command.

  • Page 6: Device Setup

    Device Setup BY BRAND The easiest way to add devices to MOSAIC is to perform a setup by manufacturer brand. With this method you select a device to add, select the brand you own, and MOSAIC automatically finds the correct manufacturer’s code to correctly control the device. Example: to Set-Up your Video Recorder (brand: Nokia): NOTE: To return to a previous menu, tap on the ESC key.

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    BRAND SET Your brand has multiple types; use the scroll bars to try each one in turn. if 2 Nokia Test VCR 1 VCR 2 VCR 3 VCR 4 VCR 5 VCR 6 if 1 BRAND SET Relabel the device? •...

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    SETUP BY SEARCH As an alternative method, you can use MOSAIC’s search program to find the correct manufacturer’s codes to set up your entertainment devices. With this method you first select a device you want to add, then you perform a code test, advancing through one or more types, to find the one that works. Example: to use the search method for your television: DEVICE SETUP Welcome to Device Setup!

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    SETUP BY CODE Find the code for your device in the Set-Up Code section (starting on page 128). Codes are listed by device type and brand name. The most popular code is listed first. Make sure your device is switched on (not in standby).

  • Page 10: Deleting A Device

    DELETING A DEVICE If you no longer use a certain device or it has been incorrectly added to the Device Selection Strip, use the following procedure to delete it from MOSAIC’s memory. Tap on Setup key (upper left corner). Tap on DEVICE SETUP. NOTE: To return to a previous menu, tap on the ESC key.

  • Page 11: New Codes (i N Case Of Upgrade )

    NEW CODES NOTE: This section only applies after you have performed a download of new device codes (see SYSTEM – UPGRADE on page 36). NOTE: Make sure the device you want to add is turned on (not in standby). After downloading, MOSAIC will store the new device codes in memory. An additional soft key, labelled NEW CODES, will appear on the DEVICE SETUP Menu which you will use to find a working code for a selected device.

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    Tap on UPGRADE Use the scroll bar to try each one in turn. Test TV1VCR 2 VCR1 VCR2 VCR3 VCR4 VCR5 • Use the ADD key when setting up a new device (e.g., a DVD player) that is not currently on the Device Selection Strip (if needed, refer to USING THE TOUCH SCREEN –...

  • Page 13: Personalization

    Personalization MACROS MOSAIC includes a powerful Macro feature that memorizes and plays back a series of key strokes at any time with the tap of one key. Up to 21 macros can be defined, each containing a maximum of 32 keystrokes.

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    Tap on Setup key (upper left corner). Tap on PERSONALIZATION. NOTE: To return to a previous menu, tap on the ESC key. To return to last-displayed Device Screen, press down on ESC or MUTE for at least 2 seconds. For help, tap the ? key. Tap on the MACROS key.You will see the MACROS Menu.

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    To save the macro, tap on the OK key.You will see the ADD MACROS Screen (as shown below). ADD MACROS Press TEST to check the macro, OK to save or CLEAR to start over. DELAY TEST -/-- To label the saved macro, tap on the YES key.You will see the ADD MACROS Label Screen. Follow the procedure that is similar to the one starting with step 3 on page 25 to label the macro as TV On and tap the OK key when you’re done.

  • Page 16: Acros

    IEWING ACROS To see what commands are stored in a macro, perform the following steps: On the Device Screen in the upper left corner, tap on Setup.You will see the main SETUP Menu that greets you and asks,“What would you like to configure? ” Tap on the PERSONALIZATION key.You will see the PERSONALIZATION Menu.

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    OPYING ACROS To copy a macro, perform the following steps: On the Device Screen in the upper left corner, tap on Setup.You will see the main SETUP Menu that greets you and asks,“What would you like to configure? ” Tap on the PERSONALIZATION key.You will see the PERSONALIZATION Menu. NOTE: To return to a previous menu, tap on the ESC key.

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    ELETING ACRO To delete a single macro, perform the following steps: On the Device Screen in the upper left corner, tap on Setup.You will see the main SETUP Menu that greets you and asks,“What would you like to configure? ” Tap on the PERSONALIZATION key.You will see the PERSONALIZATION Menu.

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    ELETING ACROS To delete all macros, perform the following steps: On the Device Screen in the upper left corner, tap on Setup.You will see the main SETUP Menu that greets you and asks,“What would you like to configure? ” Tap on the PERSONALIZATION key.You will see the PERSONALIZATION Menu. NOTE: To return to a previous menu, tap on the ESC key.

  • Page 20: Move Key

    MOVE KEY MOSAIC also includes our patented Key Mover feature that allows keys to be copied from one device to another, or to a different position in the same device mode. However, there are some considerations: • A moved key is actually a copy of the original key. The original key cannot be deleted. •...

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    Tap on an empty key. If needed, tap on the Page Arrow keys to view other pages for the selected device. For our example, tap on the empty key located between the A/B and PWR keys.You will see the copied key pasted in place of the empty key. MOVE KEY To which key? Tap on...

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    ELETING OVED On the Device Screen in the upper left corner, tap on Setup.You will see the main SETUP Menu that greets you and asks,“What would you like to configure? ” Tap on the PERSONALIZATION key.You will see the PERSONALIZATION Menu. NOTE: To return to a previous menu, tap on the ESC key.

  • Page 23: Learn

    LEARN Like all sophisticated remote controls, MOSAIC includes a Learning feature so you can easily add a function from another remote control, assign it to a special key, label that key, and place it on the screen of your choice. However, there are some considerations: •...

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    Tap on a desired device key. You will see its Device Screen and MOSAIC asks you to select a function key that will be learned onto. If needed, tap on the Page Arrow keys to view other pages for the selected device. Tap on a desired function key –...

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    ELETING EARNED Tap on Setup key (upper left corner). Tap on PERSONALIZATION.You will see the PERSONALIZATION Menu. NOTE: To return to a previous menu, tap on the ESC key. To return to last-displayed Device Screen, press down on ESC or MUTE for at least 2 seconds. For help, tap the ? key. Tap on the LEARN key.You will see the LEARN Menu.

  • Page 26: Label Keys

    LABEL KEYS ABELLING EVICE On the Device Screen in the upper left corner, tap Setup.You will see the main SETUP Menu that greets you and asks,“What would you like to configure? ” Tap on the PERSONALIZATION key.You will see the PERSONALIZATION Menu. NOTE: To return to a previous menu, tap on the ESC key.

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    ABELLING UNCTION On the Device Screen in the upper left corner, tap on Setup.You will see the main SETUP Menu that greets you and asks,“What would you like to configure? ” Tap on the PERSONALIZATION key.You will see the PERSONALIZATION Menu. NOTE: To return to a previous menu, tap on the ESC key.

  • Page 28: Key Magic

    KEY MAGIC MOSAIC provides users with an alternative way to add functional codes to keys through our patented Key Magic feature. Although MOSAIC includes the world’s largest infrared code library, you may find an advanced function that is not available on MOSAIC, yet still exists on your original remote control. Using Key Magic and our Web site (see SYSTEM –...

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    Tap on the ADD key.You will see the KEY MAGIC Device Selection Strip. Tap on a desired device. MOSAIC will ask you to enter the 3-digit Magic Code, as shown on the next page. Make a note of the 4-digit code listed under the selected device and call our customer support group (see page 43).You will be supplied with the correct 3-digit code for the function you want to add.

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    ELETING AGIC On the Device Screen in the upper left corner, tap on Setup.You will see the main SETUP Menu that greets you and asks,“What would you like to configure? ” Tap on the PERSONALIZATION key.You will see the PERSONALIZATION Menu. NOTE: To return to a previous menu, tap on the ESC key.

  • Page 31: Volume Lock

    VOLUME LOCK In its default state, MOSAIC allows each device to control its own volume. However, using our Volume Lock feature, you can set MOSAIC to conveniently control volume of one or more devices (e.g., Cable Box and VCR) through a single device (e.g., TV). On the Device Screen in the upper left corner, tap on Setup.You will see the main SETUP Menu that greets you and asks,“What would you like to configure? ”...

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    NLOCKING OLUME On the Device Screen in the upper left corner, tap Setup.You will see the main SETUP Menu that greets you and asks,“What would you like to configure? ” Tap on the PERSONALIZATION key.You will see the PERSONALIZATION Menu. NOTE: To return to a previous menu, tap on the ESC key.

  • Page 33: View/delete

    VIEW/DELETE To help you review what personalized changes have been made, MOSAIC includes a program that allows you to view the functions by device and to selectively delete any one. On the Device Screen in the upper left corner, tap on Setup.You will see the main SETUP Menu that greets you and asks,“What would you like to configure? ”...

  • Page 34: Home Theater

    HOME THEATER Although you may think Home Theater is an independent device mode, it is actually a programmed composite of the most-frequently-used home-theater functions taken from the devices configured in MOSAIC. This composite screen is accessed via a dedicated soft key, labelled THEATER, at the top of of all Device Screens.

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    THEATER SETUP Press OK to save. If you want to test Home Theater, press down on ESC or MUTE for at 2 seconds to return to the last-displayed Device Screen. Then tap on the THEATER Key to see the composite screen (see example).

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    If the devices do respond correctly, then tap the OK key to save the macro. MOSAIC will ask you if you want to relabel the macro. • To relabel the macro, tap on the YES key.You will see the THEATER SETUP Label Screen. Follow the procedure that is similar to the one starting with step 3 on page 25 to relabel the macro and tap the OK key when you’re done.

  • Page 37: System

    System UPGRADE Although MOSAIC includes the world’s largest infrared code library (which is compatible with virtual- ly every infrared device being made), there may come a time when MOSAIC will require an upgrade, especially when you purchase a new device. Fortunately, MOSAIC includes electro-magnetic coupling technology that allows downloading by modem for an “in home”...

  • Page 38: Lcd

    After MOSAIC has been used a while, a soft key may no longer produce a response when you tap inside a key’s boundary, yet it still works when you tap outside it. To compensate for this drift, MOSAIC includes a utility program that you can use to align the LCD back to factory specifications. On the Device Screen in the upper left corner, tap on Setup.You will see the main SETUP Menu that greets you and asks,“What would you like to configure? ”...

  • Page 39: Sound On/off

    SOUND ON/OFF MOSAIC is set at the factory to emit a beep and blink the LED each time you tap a key. To turn the beep sound off (or back on), perform the following procedure: On the Device Screen in the upper left corner, tap on Setup.You will see the main SETUP Menu that greets you and asks,“What would you like to configure? ”...

  • Page 40: Lock Settings

    LOCK SETTINGS MOSAIC is set at the factory with settings unlocked.After setting up MOSAIC, we recommend locking the new settings to keep them from being inadvertently erased or changed. On the Device Screen in the upper left corner, tap on Setup.You will see the main SETUP Menu that greets you and asks,“What would you like to configure? ”...

  • Page 41: User Reset

    USER RESET If you have updated your entertainment devices or want to completely start over, MOSAIC offers a user reset function so you can clear settings using a single command. IMPORTANT: User Reset does not affect downloaded codes or Device Setup settings. To reset only all user settings including Macros, Moved Keys, Learned Keys, Labelled Keys, and Key Magic functions, as well as all settings for Home Theater, Sound On/Off, Volume Lock, and Lock to their original default values, perform the following steps:...

  • Page 42: Language

    LANGUAGE ? key) The ”Help text” ( can be displayed in three languges. Tap on the Setup key. Tap on SYSTEM. Tap on LANGUAGE. LANGUAGE Which language would you prefer for help text? ENGLISH DEUTSCH FRANCAIS Tap on the language that you wish to select for the ”help text”. www.oneforall.com...

  • Page 43: About

    ABOUT The About Screen lists MOSAIC’s software version, the amount of free memory, and contact informa- tion for additional help. On the Device Screen in the upper left corner, tap on Setup.You will see the main SETUP Menu that greets you and asks,“What would you like to configure? ” Tap on the SYSTEM key.You will see the SYSTEM Menu.

  • Page 44: Customer Service

    Customer Service If you still have questions about the operation of your One For All MOSAIC universal remote and you could not find the answer(s) in the manual, you may want to contact the customer service depart- ment for assistance.

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