1. SOURCE NUM –
2. USE NUM IR? –
3. HIGHEST NUM –
4. NUMERIC TEXT –
5. PREFIX CMD –
6. COMMAND TYPE –
a. Selected: Learned IR
i. LEARNED SRC –
b. Selected: Unassigned
c. Selected: Default
d. Selected: Macro:
i. MACRO -
ii. MACRO ID –
e. All Other Selections:
7. DEVICE CODE –
8. KEY FUNCTION –
Select the source number this function will be configured for.
Tells the system whether the source component has numeric
scrolling, such as 100-disc CD player. A selection of "no"
disables Numeric IR and advances to SAVE CHANGES
Enter the highest possible number; for example, the 100-disc CD
player would have a max number of 100.
Select Numeric descriptive text.
Tells the system whether a command will be issued prior to the
selection of the numerical value (e.g., Disc 1,2). If "no," proce-
dure advances to SUFFIX CMD (step 9)
Select the type of command (e.g., CD, TV, etc.).
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. Procedure advances to KEY FUNCTION (step 8)
The numeric IR Prefix command is cleared. Procedure advances
to SUFFIX CMD (step 9)
Default selects the same device type and device code previously
setup in BASIC SETUP. Procedure advances to KEY FUNCTION
(To build macros, see Macro Editor page 62)
Macro loads a series of commands which are processed when
Enter the macro ID number. Menu advances to SUFFIX CMD (step 9)
Procedure advances to DEVICE CODE (step 7)
Source component code for IR control.
Select a function (Disc, etc.).