2. SOURCE NAME –
3. COMMAND TYPE –
a. Selected: Learned IR
i. LEARNED SRC –
ii. TEMPLATE TYP –
b. Selected: Unassigned
c. All Other Selections:
4. DEVICE CODE –
5. TEST IR? –
6. SUCCESS? –
7. USE NUM IR? –
8. HIGHEST NUM –
Select the name for the source (e.g., DVD, Aux 2, Jazz, etc.).
Select the type of command template (e.g., CD, TV, etc.). Selecting
the command type template will tell the CAM 6.6 how to configure the
key's command and text for the source component.
Choose Learned IR if the pre-programmed IR code library does
not support the source component.
Select the learned source bank to be assigned to the source
component. (See Learning IR procedure for instructions on how
to learn IR codes.)
Select the template type to define what type of source compo-
nent is being used. (This will tell the CAM6.6 how to configure
the key commands and text for the source component if it is a
learned source.) Procedure advances to USE NUM IR? (step 7).
The template for the selected source is cleared. (All key
assignments and other source settings will be erased.)
Procedure advances to SAVE CHANGES (step 10)
Procedure advances to DEVICE CODE (step 4)
Enter source component code number listed in this manual's
If "Yes" is selected, the CAM6.6 sends a power command to the
source component. If "No" is selected, the procedure advances
to USE NUM IR? (step 7)
If the power to the source component was turned off, select
"Yes" otherwise select "No." By selecting "No" the Procedure
returns to DEVICE CODE (step 4) to allow selection of another
code number from the provided list.
Indicates the source component has numeric scrolling, such as
multi-disc CD player (See NUMERIC IR Setup Procedure for
advanced settings or more information). "No" advances menu to
AUTO PLAY (step 9).
Enter the highest possible number; for example, a 100-disc CD
player would have a max number of 100.