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RM-V7.3-856-604-12 (1). No.1
3-856-604-12 (1)
Remote Commander
Operating Instructions
Manual de instrucciones (parte posterior)
RM-V7
Sony Corporation © 1996 Printed in Malaysia
Notes on Batteries
English
•Under normal conditions, batteries will last up to
six months. If the Remote Commander does not
WARNING
operate properly, the batteries might be worn out.
When replacing batteries, replace both of them
This equipment has been tested and found to
with new ones.
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
•Do not mix old batteries with new ones or mix
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
different types of batteries together.
are designed to provide reasonable protection
•Whenever you remove the batteries – to replace
against harmful interference in a residential
them, for example – the code numbers you've set
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and
are automatically erased and must be reset.
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
•If the electrolyte inside the battery should leak,
installed and used in accordance with the
wipe the contaminated area of the battery
instructions, may cause harmful interference to
compartment with a cloth and replace the old
radio communications. However, there is no
batteries with new ones. To prevent the
guarantee that interference will not occur in a
electrolyte from leaking, remove the batteries
particular installation. If this equipment does
when you plan to not use the Commander for a
cause harmful interference to radio or television
long period of time.
reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
Setting Up the
•Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•Increase the separation between the equipment
Commander
and receiver.
•Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
S
different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
•Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Press TV,
VCR
CABLE
TV
You are cautioned that any changes or
VCR or
modifications not expressly approved in this
CABLE
manual could void your authority to operate this
equipment.
Enter code
#
#
About This Remote
Commander
ENT
This Remote Commander can operate any of the
following video components. If you're using this
Commander with a Sony brand TV and a Sony
brand VHS VCR, you won't need to preset the
Aim at your
POWER
Commander before you start using it. However,
component
you will need to set up the Commander if it cannot
operate even a Sony brand component and you
NO
OK?
have a cable box. Each component is assigned a
different button on the Commander:
YES
Done
Component
Button
Factory
Type
Preset
TV
TV*
Sony TV
Step 1: Entering the Code
VCR
VCR*
Sony VHS VCR
Number
Cable box
CABLE
1
Press and release the S (Set) button.
* You can assign your TV/VCR combo on either of
S
these buttons.
2
Press the button of the component that you
want to set up.
If You Do Not Have Sony
VCR
CABLE
Components...
3
You'll need to follow the instructions in this manual
Refer to "Component Code Numbers" and find
to preset the Remote Commander with the correct
the two-digit code number for your component.
code numbers for each of your components.
If more than one code number is listed, use the
number that's listed first to complete the steps
that follow.
Installing the
For example, if you're setting up a Philips VCR,
you would use code number 13.
Batteries
Brand
Component
Code No.
Slide open the battery compartment and insert two
Philips
VCR
13, 11, 12
size AA batteries (not supplied).
Be sure to line up the ] and } on the batteries with
If your component is not listed, see "Searching
the ] and } on the battery compartment.
for the Correct Code".
4
Enter the component's code number.
For example, if you're entering the code for a
Philips VCR, you would press and release 1,
then press and release 3.
#
Your Code Number
5
Press and release the ENT (Enter) button to store
the code number in the Commander's memory.
Using the Remote
ENT
Commander
6
Go to "Step 2: Checking if the Code Number
Works" to finish setting up.
Turning On/Off a Component
If you press a wrong button in step 4
Press and release the S (Set) button and then go
1
Press the button of the component on the
back to step 2.
Commander that you want to turn on/off.
VCR
Step 2: Checking if the Code
Number Works
2
Point the Commander directly at the
component.
1
Power on the component you want to set up
using the component's power switch.
3
Press the POWER button to power on/off the
component.
2
Aim the Remote Commander at the component
and press the POWER button.
POWER
Note: There may be cases you may turn on/off the
The component should power off.
cable box by pressing the CH + or CH – button on
the Commander.
3
When the component powers off, check that the
Commander is operating the other functions of
your component, such as channel and volume
control.
Operating a Component
VOL
CH
1
Press the button of the component on the
Commander that you want to operate.
2
Point the Commander directly at the
component.
If the Commander Doesn't
Seem to Be Working...
3
Press the button for the function you want to
use.
•First, try repeating these setup procedures using
See "Remote Button Descriptions" for complete
the other codes listed for your component.
descriptions of the buttons on the Commander.
•If – after trying all the codes listed for your
component – you still cannot get the Commander
to work properly, try the search method described
under "Searching for the Correct Code".
•If you still cannot get the Commander to work
properly, see "Troubleshooting".
If the Commander Seems to
Be Working Properly...
•You're finished setting up the Commander for this
component.
•If you're setting up more than one component (or
a TV/VCR combination), you'll need to complete
these procedures for each component you plan to
use with the Commander.
•Use the label (supplied) to write down the code
numbers of your components. Then affix the label
to the back of the Commander.
Searching for the Correct
Code
If you've tried all the code numbers listed for your
component and you still cannot get the Commander
to work, try these steps.
1
Using the component's original remote control
(or the power switch on the component itself),
power on/off the component.
Turn the power of the TV or cable box on and
the VCR off.
2
Press and release the S (Set) button.
S
3
Press the button of the component on the
Commander that you want to set up.
VCR
CABLE
TV
4
Press and release the CH + button. Then press
and release the POWER button.
CH
TV
POWER
5
Repeat step 4 until your component powers on/
off.
Pressing CH + and POWER repeatedly will try
every available code until the correct one is
found. Be patient as you do this; it may take 40
or 50 tries until the correct code number is
located.
6
When the power of the TV or cable box goes off
or the power of the VCR comes on, press and
release the ENT (Enter) button to store the code
number in the Commander's memory.
ENT
7
Check that the Commander is operating the
other functions of your component. Press the
channel and volume control buttons. If it seems
to be working properly, you're done setting up
the Commander.
VOL
CH
#
If you still cannot get the Commander to work
properly, see "Troubleshooting".
Remote Button
Descriptions
Remote
Operates
Function
Button
TV
Changes the input
mode
TV/VIDEO
CABLE
TV
VCR
Switches the signals
supplied to the TV
(from the antenna or
from the VCR)
TV
Used for setting up the
VCR
Commander to operate
S
Cable box
your TV, VCR or cable
box
POWER
TV
Turns on and off the
POWER
VCR
component
Cable box
VCR
Use this button to
change to the specific
VCR
component that you
want to operate.
Cable box
CABLE
TV
TV
TV
Changes the channel.
VCR
For example, to go to
1
to
9
Cable box
channel 5, press 0 and 5
(or, press 5 and ENT.)
0
You can also change the
channel with CH +/–.
TV
Displays the current
channel on TV
DISP
VCR
Displays the on-screen
menu (Sony VCR only)
TV
Used with 0-9 buttons
ENT
VCR
to change channels. For
Cable box
example, to go to
channel 5, press 5 and
ENT. You can also
change the channel
with CH +/–.
VCR
Rewind
)
VCR
Play
VCR
Fast-forward
)
VCR
Record
REC
To record, press (
while pressing r. First
release (, then release
r .
VCR
Stop
p
VCR
Pause
P
CH
TV
Channel up: +
VCR
Channel down: –
Cable box
VOL
TV
Volume up: +
Volume down: –
TV
Mutes volume on TV
MUTING
Press again to turn
muting off.
TV
Functions as the JUMP,
RECALL
Cable box
FLASHBACK or
CHANNEL RETURN
button, depending on
the TV's manufacturer.
SLEEP
TV
Used for operating a
Sleep function on TV
(works only for TV with
a Sleep function)
Notes on Using the Remote Commander
•Using this Commander will not increase the
functions of your TV, VCR or cable box. The
functions of the Commander are limited to the
functions of the components themselves. For
example, if your TV does not have a Recall
function, the RECALL button on this Commander
will not function with your TV.
•If your cable box can control volume, be sure to
set its volume switch to a medium position. If the
volume on the cable box is turned down
completely, you will not be able to adjust your
TV's volume with the Commander.
Brand
Component
Component Code
Mitsubishi/MGA
VCR
Numbers
TV
Multitech
VCR
TV and VCR Codes
NEC
VCR
TV
Brand
Component
Code No.
Olympic
VCR
Sony
VCR
01 (VTR1: Beta)
Optimus
VCR
02 (VTR2: 8 mm)
03 (VTR3: VHS)
Panasonic
VCR
TV
01
TV
Admiral
VCR
30
TV/VCR Combo
(M.Wards)
TV
02, 14, 09
Pentax
VCR
Aiwa
VCR
41
Philco
VCR
AOC
TV
12
TV
Audio Dynamic
VCR
17, 40
Philips
VCR
Bell & Howell
VCR
33, 46
TV
(M. Wards)
TV
14, 09, 38
Pioneer
VCR
Brocsonic
VCR
20, 22, 17
TV
TV
03, 12
Portland
TV
Canon
VCR
12, 11
Quasar
VCR
Citizen
VCR
35
TV
Craig
VCR
18, 35
TV/VCR Combo
TV
22, 23, 20, 21
Radio Shack
TV
Croslex
TV
11
RCA/PROSCAN
VCR
Curtis Mathis
VCR
07, 41, 12
TV
TV
03, 19, 23
Daewoo
VCR
44, 15, 12
TV/VCR Combo
TV
35, 36, 03, 41
Realistic
VCR
TV/VCR Combo
36 & 44
Sansui
VCR
Daytron
TV
13
Singer
VCR
DBX
VCR
17, 39, 40
Samsung
VCR
Dimensia
VCR
07
TV
Emerson
VCR
44, 22, 23, 19, 20,
21, 41
TV/VCR Combo
TV
22, 13, 20, 21, 23,
Sanyo
VCR
03, 15, 42
TV
TV/VCR Combo
21 & 23, 22
Scott
VCR
Fisher
VCR
33, 37, 38, 36
TV
25
TV
Funai
VCR
41
Sharp
VCR
General Electric
VCR
32, 07, 12
TV
TV
02, 18, 03, 07
Shintom
VCR
TV/VCR Combo
27 & 24, 25
Signature 2000
VCR
(M. Wards)
Goldstar
VCR
35
TV
TV
03, 13, 12, 30, 46
Sylvania
VCR
TV/VCR Combo
TV code & 35
TV
Hitachi
VCR
11, 07, 08
Symphonic
VCR
TV
31, 13, 03, 32
TV
HQ
VCR
15
TV/VCR Combo
Instant Replay
VCR
12, 11
Tashiro
VCR
JC Penny
VCR
12, 08, 07, 33, 17,
Tatung
VCR
39, 40
Teac
VCR
TV
03, 02, 30, 07
Technics
VCR
JVC
VCR
17, 47, 48, 49, 39,
40
Toshiba
VCR
TV
28, 29
TV
Kenwood
VCR
17, 39, 35, 40
Videch
TV
KTV
TV
33, 13, 03, 23, 34
Wards
VCR
LXI (Sears)
VCR
41, 35, 08, 36, 37,
TV
33, 38
Yamaha
VCR
TV
02, 03, 11, 25, 19,
12
Zenith
VCR
Magnavox
VCR
13, 11, 12, 10
TV
TV
11, 12, 13, 03, 43,
47
TV/VCR Combo
11, 18, 47 & 12, 13
Marantz
VCR
17, 39, 40
Marta
VCR
35
Memorex
VCR
12, 38
Minolta
VCR
08, 07
Code No.
Cable Box Codes
26, 27, 28, 29
Brand
Code No.
24, 03, 12
28, 41, 24
Hamlin/Regal
22, 23, 24, 25, 26
17, 39, 40
Jerrold/G.I.
01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08,
18
03, 12
Oak
27, 28, 29
12, 11
Panasonic
19, 20, 21
27
Pioneer
14, 15
09, 10, 11, 12
Scientific Atlanta
09, 10, 11
18, 16, 17, 07, 49
Tocom
16, 17
18 & 11, 12
Zenith
12, 13
08, 07
11, 12
11, 13, 03
13, 11, 12
Troubleshooting
11
11
If you're having problems
37, 18, 19
setting up or using the
03, 08
Remote Commander:
11, 12, 09, 10, 06
18, 07, 48
• When setting up the Commander, carefully go
through the procedures described under "Setting
18, 48 & 12, 09, 10
Up the Commander". If the code that's listed first
02, 12, 24, 23
for your component doesn't work, try all the
codes listed for your component – in the order in
07, 08, 11, 12, 13,
which they're listed. If all the codes fail to work
14, 15, 16
(or if your component is not listed in this manual),
02, 03, 04, 05, 06,
try using the procedures under "Searching for the
07, 08, 44, 45
Correct Code".
• When setting up the component, if you press the
18 & 11
wrong button, press and release the S (Set) button.
12, 33, 31, 38, 27,
Then enter the correct code number again.
41
• Check that you're aiming the Commander directly
17
at the component, and that there are no
obstructions between the Commander and the
18
component.
25, 16, 24
• Make sure the batteries you're using are not worn
out, and that they're inserted correctly. Note that
26, 12, 13, 03
whenever you remove the batteries – to replace
23, 27 & 24, 25, 29
them, for example – the preset codes are erased
from memory and must be reset.
33, 38
• Check that the component has infrared remote
25
capability. For example, if your component
didn't come with a remote, it probably isn't
15, 16, 24, 38, 26,
capable of being controlled by a Remote
27, 28, 29
Commander.
23, 12
30, 31
14, 13, 15
18
Specifications
41, 30
14, 09
Operable distance
Approx. 7 m (23 ft.) (varies depending
on the component of each
13, 11, 12, 41
manufacturer)
Power requirements Two size AA batteries (not supplied)
11, 12, 03
Battery life
Approx. 6 months (varies depending
on frequency of use)
41
Dimensions
67 x 180 x 30 mm (w/h/d)
3
1
1
(2
/
x 7
/
x 1
/
in.)
23, 39, 40
4
8
4
Mass
Approx. 100 g (3.5 oz.) (not including
batteries)
23 & 41
Supplied Accessories
35
Label (1)
17, 39, 40
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
17, 39, 41, 40
12, 11
Component
No.
15, 14
TV
19, 14
Cable Box
31, 03, 12
VCR
30, 31, 38, 34, 35
13, 03, 15, 12
It will be useful to write down the code numbers of your
33, 17, 39, 40
components in the chart above, so that you can refer to
them when registering the code numbers with the
34
Commander.
09, 10
RM-V7.3-856-604-12 (1). NO.1

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  • Page 1 If you’ve tried all the code numbers listed for your Signature 2000 41, 30 Channel down: – (M. Wards) Commander with a Sony brand TV and a Sony component and you still cannot get the Commander Goldstar Cable box 14, 09 Operable distance Approx.
  • Page 2 Samsung 25, 16, 24 de dos dígitos de su componente. utilizarlo incluso con un componente Sony y posee Presione la tecla del componente que desee (videograbadora Sony • Compruebe si está apuntando directamente hacia 17, 39, 40 programar.