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2-055-287-11(1)
Integrated Remote
Commander
Operating Instructions
RM-AV3100
© 2004 Sony Corporation

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  • Page 1 2-055-287-11(1) Integrated Remote Commander Operating Instructions RM-AV3100 © 2004 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 2 The serial number is located on the inner side of the battery compartment. Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. RM-AV3100 Serial No. NOTICE FOR THE CUSTOMERS IN THE U.S.A.
  • Page 3 This Commander is preset at the factory to operate Sony brand components, so you can use it out of the box as a control center for your Sony AV components. Remote control signals for non-Sony...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Adding an Extra Function to the Component Select Buttons ... 44 Programming the Power-On command of the selected component (for Sony components only) ... 44 Adding a command that is required when selecting a component ... 46 Assigning Other Components to the Component Select Buttons or the Label Keys ... 48 Copying the settings of a Component Select button or a Label key to another button or key ...
  • Page 5 Executing a 4-Step Macro with a Single Key Press — Key Macro Function ... 62 Setting the Timer ... 64 Setting the new timer program ... 64 Changing the program already set or changing another program that you select ... 69 Creating an Alias Component key (ALIAS) ...
  • Page 6: Getting Started

    Getting Started Location and Function of Controls SYSTEM CONTROL MENU EXIT 1 Clock Display key (page 8) Displays the clock, the transmission mark, the battery mark and the timer mark. 2 Mode Display key (page 8, 13, 21, 31, 33, 41) Displays the status of the selected mode.
  • Page 7: Installing The Batteries

    qf EXIT button (page 96 - 97, 105) Exits the setting menu. qg MENU button (page 95 - 99, 101, 105) Calls up the menu display of the buttons or keys that have menu function. qh OK button and Cursor Control buttons (page 9, 66, 95 - 99, 101, 105) qj SYSTEM CONTROL buttons (page 32)
  • Page 8: When To Replace The Batteries

    Installing the Batteries (continued) When to replace the batteries Batteries for remote control operation and backlight (four size AA (R6) batteries) Under normal conditions, alkaline batteries will last up to 5 months. If the Commander does not operate properly, alkaline batteries might be worn out and E is displayed on the LCD touch panel.
  • Page 9 Set the day of the week. Select the day of the week by pressing button. Selected day of the week flashes. SU : Sunday MO : Monday TU : Tuesday WE : Wednesday TH : Thursday FR : Friday SA : Saturday button Then press the button.
  • Page 10: Adjusting The Clock After Setting The Clock

    Setting the Clock (continued) Set the minute by pressing the button. button The selected minute flashes. Notes • If you press the set and the setting mode returns to Step 2. • If you press the set and the setting mode returns to Step 3. •...
  • Page 11 Each time the SET key is pressed, the Label keys change as follows. “CLOCK” appears and flashes on one of the Label keys on the display. Press the CLOCK key. The Commander enters clock setting mode. “CLOCK” appears on the Mode Display key, and the current time flashes.
  • Page 12: Basic Operations

    Setting the Code for Preset Audio and Visual Components The Commander is preset at the factory to operate Sony brand AV components (see the table below). If you are using the Commander with a factory-set Sony components, skip the following procedures.
  • Page 13 For example, to set up a Philips TV, you would use the code number 8056. The first digit of the component code number means the component category (TV, VCR, etc.). For further details, see the tables in the supplied “Component Code Numbers.” While pressing COMMANDER OFF, press MUTING.
  • Page 14 Setting the Code for Preset Audio and Visual Components (continued) Press the four-digit component code number followed by the ENTER key on the touch-key display. Example: To enter “8056” Input “8,” “0,” “5,” “6,” and press “ENTER.” If you press the CLEAR key during inputting the digits Input digits are canceled.
  • Page 15: Checking If The Code Number Works

    Checking if the code number works Press the corresponding Component Select button or the Label key for the component you have set up. To display and change the Label keys, press the OTHER buttons repeatedly. The Commander turns on and the touch-keys appear on the display.
  • Page 16: Finding A Component Code With The Search Function

    Setting the Code for Preset Audio and Visual Components (continued) Finding a component code with the Search function You can find a code number available for a component that does not have one in the supplied “Component Code Numbers.” Before starting the Search function Set each component to the following status to enable the Search function.
  • Page 17 Press CHANNEL + or CHANNEL – to search component code numbers in the same category (in this case, code numbers which begin with “8”). Press CHANNEL + to go to the next code number. Press CHANNEL – to go back to the previous code number.
  • Page 18: Operating Your Components With The Remote Commander

    Operating Your Components with the Remote Commander When you operate a non-Sony component, make sure you set the component code first (page 12). SYSTEM CONTROL MENU Example: To play a DVD player Press the corresponding Component Select button or the Label key for the component you have set up.
  • Page 19: To Control The Volume

    AMP The component code “4106” is the preset code number for the input select of a Sony TV and AMP. You can set this code number for an infrequently used Component Select button. Follow the procedure on page 12 for the input select setting.
  • Page 20: Using Non-Preset Remote Control Operations - Learning Function

    Operating Your Components with the Remote Commander (continued) Input select for AMP (2): “S.FIELD” : VIDEO1 “GENRE” : VIDEO2 “MODE” : VIDEO3 “CENTER –” : TV “CENTER +” : MD “REAR –” : CD “REAR +” : TAPE “– SUB” : PHONO “CD.INPUT”...
  • Page 21 Example: To program the N (Play) signal of your component to the VCR N (Play) key of the Commander Place the RM-AV3100 head to head with your component’s remote control. Remote control for your component about 2 - 4 inches (5 - 10 cm) away While pressing COMMANDER OFF, press MUTING.
  • Page 22 Using Non-Preset Remote Control Operations — Learning Function (continued) To change the Label keys, press the Mode Display key (in this case, VCR) repeatedly. Each time you press the VCR key, the display of the Label keys changes as follows. Note on the flashing display The keys or buttons that are already preset for the component flash twice while those...
  • Page 23 Press COMMANDER OFF. COMMANDER If you keep COMMANDER OFF pressed for more than 2 seconds The Commander turns off. If you keep COMMANDER OFF pressed for less than 2 seconds The Commander returns to the previously by set mode. Notes •...
  • Page 24 Using Non-Preset Remote Control Operations — Learning Function (continued) To change the function display of a key You can select the most suitable function display among all the displays the key has, and set it to the key. After Step 4 (page 21), while pressing the Mode Display key (in this case, VCR), press the key you want to teach repeatedly.
  • Page 25 Input digits or characters on the Label key by pressing the number keys (0 - 9), SYMBOL 1 key or SYMBOL 2 key on the LCD display. The cursor flashes in the left end of the Label key. Begin inputting digits or characters from the left.
  • Page 26: For Accurate Learning

    • When you teach signals of an interactive signal exchange system remote control unit (supplied with some of Sony’s receivers and amplifiers) to the Commander, the response signal of the main unit may interfere with the learning of the Commander.
  • Page 27 To clear all signals learned for a specific component While pressing COMMANDER OFF, press MUTING. COMMANDER MUTING “SET” appears on the Mode Display key. Press the Mode Display key (SET) once. “RESET” appears and flashes on one of the Label keys on the display. Press the RESET key.
  • Page 28 Using Non-Preset Remote Control Operations — Learning Function (continued) Press the Component Select button or the Label key of which preset settings you want to erase. The component name is displayed on the left Label key. Press the YES key. During erasing, “c c”...
  • Page 29 Press the YES key. “REALLY?” stays lit. “YES” and “NO” flash. If you press the NO key The display returns to Step 1. Press the YES key. While erasing, “c c c c” stays lit. When all settings programmed for the Component Select buttons and corresponding Label keys are erased, “OK”...
  • Page 30: Advanced Features

    Advanced Features Controlling the Volume of Visual Components Connected to an Audio System The Commander is factory preset based on the assumption that you hear the sound of your visual components from your TV speakers, and that you hear sound of your audio components from the loudspeakers connected to your amplifier.
  • Page 31 While pressing COMMANDER OFF, press MUTING. COMMANDER MUTING “SET” appears on the Mode Display key. Press the Mode Display key (SET) twice. Each time the SET key is pressed, the Label keys changes as in Step 2 on page 10. “MODE”...
  • Page 32: Executing A Series Of Commands - System Control Functions

    The SYSTEM CONTROL 1 and 3 buttons are preset at the factory to execute each program as follows. SYSTEM CONTROL 1 button: Turn off all the Sony components that could receive the signal from the Commander at the same time. SYSTEM CONTROL 2 button:...
  • Page 33: Programming A Series Of Commands For The System Control Buttons Or The Label Keys

    Programming a series of commands for the SYSTEM CONTROL buttons or the Label keys SYSTEM CONTROL TIMER MORE VOLUME MENU EXIT MUTING Example: To program the procedure above for the SYSTEM CONTROL 2 button While pressing COMMANDER OFF, press MUTING. COMMANDER MUTING “SET”...
  • Page 34 You can program the POWER key to set POWER ON (normal press) and to set POWER OFF (long press) when you set a Sony code for the component. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 and program the buttons and keys for the series of operations.
  • Page 35 When you have programmed the buttons on the Commander The names of buttons on the Commander which are not on the LCD touch key display (VOLUME +/–, MUTING, CHANNEL +/–, RECALL, MENU, OK, EXIT, , and ) are displayed on the right Label key.
  • Page 36 Executing a Series of Commands — System Control Functions (continued) To clear programmed commands for a specific SYSTEM CONTROL button or corresponding Label key While pressing COMMANDER OFF, press MUTING. COMMANDER MUTING “SET” appears on the Mode Display key. Press the Mode Display key (SET) once to display “RESET”...
  • Page 37 Press the YES key. If you press the NO key The display returns to Step 4. While erasing, “c c” stays lit. When erasing finishes, “OK” is displayed with a beep sound. Press COMMANDER OFF. COMMANDER If you keep COMMANDER OFF pressed for more than 2 seconds The Commander turns off.
  • Page 38 To erase the SYSTEM CONTROL 1 or 3 button At the factory, the SYSTEM CONTROL 1 button is preset with a series of power-off commands for Sony components and the SYSTEM CONTROL 3 button with a series of power-on commands for Sony components.
  • Page 39: Notes On System Control Operations

    Notes on System Control Operations • If the remote control detectors of the components are too far apart, or if something is blocking them, some of the components may not operate consecutively even after you press the SYSTEM CONTROL button or a Label key.
  • Page 40 Executing a Series of Commands — System Control Functions (continued) You can select the Label key for programming a series of commands by pressing the desired Label key. To change the component names of the Label keys, press the OTHER button repeatedly.
  • Page 41: Changing The Interval Between Operation Steps

    Changing the interval between operation steps You can control the interval from 100 - 900 ms in units of 50 ms. SYSTEM CONTROL MORE VOLUME MENU EXIT MUTING While pressing COMMANDER OFF, press MUTING. COMMANDER MUTING “SET” appears on the Mode Display key.
  • Page 42 Executing a Series of Commands — System Control Functions (continued) To display and change the Label keys for timer program numbers Press the TIMER button repeatedly. For timer settings, see page 64. When you select the Component name, go to Step 6. When you select the system number or the timer program number, go to Step 7.
  • Page 43: To Change The Component Macro Executing Time

    To change the component macro executing time Follow the procedure of Steps 1 - 5 on page 41. Press the TIME key. The current component macro executing time stays lit, and (+) and (–) flash. Press the (+) or (–) key to change the component macro executing time.
  • Page 44: Adding An Extra Function To The Component Select Buttons

    Programming the Power-On command of the selected component (for Sony components only) When using Sony components, you can program the Power-on signal for each component on a Component Select button or a Label key. You can select the desired component and turn it on by just pressing that Component Select button or a Label key.
  • Page 45 Press the PowerON key. PowerON “PowerON” appears on the Mode Display key. The display of the component names (preset by Sony) for which you can program the Power-on signal flashes. The display of the other components stays lit. Select the desired component by pressing the Component Select button or the Label key.
  • Page 46: Adding A Command That Is Required When Selecting A Component

    Adding an Extra Function to the Component Select Buttons (continued) Notes • If the component code of a non-Sony product has been set for a Component Select button or a Label key, you cannot program the Power-On function for it.
  • Page 47 Example: To program the input select signal of your amplifier to the CD button Place the RM-AV3100 head to head with your component’s remote control. Remote control of your component about 2 - 4 inches (5 - 10 cm) away Follow Steps 2 and 3 on page 21 in “Learning Function.”...
  • Page 48: Assigning Other Components To The Component Select Buttons Or The Label Keys

    Adding an Extra Function to the Component Select Buttons (continued) Press COMMANDER OFF. COMMANDER If you keep COMMANDER OFF pressed for more than 2 seconds The Commander turns off. If you keep COMMANDER OFF pressed for less than 2 seconds The Commander returns to the previously set mode.
  • Page 49 Example: To copy the settings of the DVD button to the VCR button While pressing COMMANDER OFF, press MUTING. COMMANDER MUTING “SET” appears on the Mode Display key. Press the Mode Display key (SET) once to display “COPY” on one of the Label keys on the display.
  • Page 50: Programming A Frequently Used Key Operation For System Control Buttons Or Label Keys

    Assigning Other Components to the Component Select Buttons or the Label Keys (continued) “COPY” appears on the Mode Display key. In this case, “DVD c c VCR” flashes on the Label keys and moving finishes with a beep sound. And the keys for VCR appears.
  • Page 51 Example: To store the On/Off signal of an air-conditioner to the SYSTEM CONTROL 2 button Place the Commander head to head with the remote control of the air-conditioner. Remote control of your air-conditioner about 2 - 4 inches (5 - 10 cm) away While pressing COMMANDER OFF, press MUTING.
  • Page 52 Programming a Frequently Used Key Operation for SYSTEM CONTROL Buttons or Label Keys (continued) Press and hold down the button of the remote control until you hear a beep. (If you release the button before you hear a beep, the signal may not be learned correctly.) While receiving the signal, “LEARN”...
  • Page 53: Notes On Learning The Signals Of An Air-Conditioner

    Notes on learning the signals of an air-conditioner About seasonal adjustments If you change the settings of the air- conditioner for the season, you have to program the remote control signals of the new settings on the Commander. If the power-on/off operation does not work correctly The air-conditioner may not be turned on or off properly with the button or key of...
  • Page 54 Learning up to 4 signals to one key (continued) Place the RM-AV3100 head to head with your component’s remote control. Remote control for your component about 2 - 4 inches (5 - 10 cm) away While pressing COMMANDER OFF, press MUTING. COMMANDER MUTING “SET”...
  • Page 55 Press the key or button on the Commander you want to “teach.” “LEARN” flashes and the only pressed key remains on the display. Press and hold down the button on the other remote control until you hear a beep. (If you release the button before you hear a beep, the signal may not be learned correctly.) “LEARN”...
  • Page 56: Transferring Data Between Commanders

    Transferring data You can transfer all the data of this Commander or the data of a Component Select button or a Label key on this Commander to another Sony RM-AV3100. To transfer all the data of the Commander SYSTEM CONTROL...
  • Page 57 Press the “TRANSFER” key. TRANSFER “TRANSFER” appears on the Mode Display key. Press the X key. X : Transfer data x : Receive data Press the ALL key. ALL: All data of the Commander COMPO: Data of a Component Select button or a Label key “ALL X”...
  • Page 58 Label key on this Commander (the settings and learned signals programmed on the keys and buttons) can be transferred to a Component Select button or key on another Sony RM-AV3100. Follow Steps 1 to 6 on page 54. Press the COMPO key. COMPO “COMPO X”...
  • Page 59: Receiving The Data

    • Be sure that the receiving Commander is ready to receive data. Receiving the data This Commander can receive the data of another Sony RM-AV3100. To receive all the data from another remote commander Follow Steps 1 to 5 on page 54.
  • Page 60 Transferring Data between Commanders (continued) “ALL x” appears on the Mode Display key, and “ALL” appears on the left Label key. Press the ENTER key. During receiving the data, “c c c c c c c c” flashes. When all the data has been successfully transferred, “ALL”...
  • Page 61 Press the Component Select button to which you want to assign the data. Or press the Label key to which you want to assign the data. To change the Label keys, press the OTHER button repeatedly. The selected component name appears on the left Label key.
  • Page 62: Executing A 4-Step Macro With A Single Key Press - Key Macro Function

    Executing a 4-Step Macro with a Single Key Press — Key Macro Function You can program a 4-step macro using the Key Macro function. And you can program the Key Macro function for the macro keys when the selected component name is displayed on the Mode Display key in Step 4, page 63.
  • Page 63 Select the component by pressing the Component Select button or the Label key. The selected component name appears on the Mode Display key. The macro keys flash. To change the Label keys, press the Mode Display key (in this case, TV). If you select the component name for which the Key Macro function cannot be programmed...
  • Page 64: Setting The Timer

    Executing a 4-Step Macro with a Single Key Press — Key Macro Function (continued) Note You cannot program the Key Macro function for a macro key that has “learned” a signal. Try again with another macro key, or clear the “learned”...
  • Page 65 Example: To set the timer program at 7:30 AM on Saturday to the PROG4 key While pressing COMMANDER OFF, press MUTING. COMMANDER MUTING “SET” appears on the Mode Display key. Press the TIMER key. TIMER “TIMER” appears on the Mode Display key.
  • Page 66 Setting the Timer (continued) Press the SETUP key. SETUP “DAY,” “TIME” and “MACRO” flash on the Label keys. Press the DAY key, and set the timer-on day(s) of the week by pressing the button. Each time the button is pressed the display of day(s) of the week changes as follows.
  • Page 67 Press the TIME key. Set the timer-on hour by pressing the button. Then press the button so that the minute flashes. (You can switch the mode between the hour setting and the minute setting by pressing the button.) Set the minute by pressing the button.
  • Page 68 Setting the Timer (continued) When you have programmed a series of Timer Macro setting, press COMMANDER OFF. COMMANDER With a beep sound, a series of Timer Macro setting is registered and displayed in order. When you have programmed the buttons on the Commander The names of buttons on the Commander which are not on the LCD touch key display (VOLUME +/–, MUTING,...
  • Page 69: Changing The Program Already Set Or Changing Another Program That You Select

    Changing the program already set or changing another program that you select Follow Steps 1 - 3 on page 65. Press the COPY key. If you want to change the program already set, go to Step 6 without pressing the COPY key. The program number appears on the left Label key, and “COPY”...
  • Page 70 Setting the Timer (continued) Press the OK key. With a beep sound, the Timer Macro setting is cleared, and the Commander enters the Timer Macro setting mode (Step 7 on page 67). If you press the NG key The display returns to Step 5. Note You cannot change the Timer Macro setting partially.
  • Page 71 Select the program number of which timer standby mode you want to switch to on by pressing the Label key. If you select the program number which has no timer program data, the “NG” sound is heard and “NG” flashes twice. Press the ON OFF key.
  • Page 72 Setting the Timer (continued) Press the Mode Display key (SET) once to display “RESET” on one of the Label keys on the display. Press the RESET key. “RESET” appears on the Mode Display key. Press the TIMER button. “PROG1” - “PROG4” are displayed. To change the Label keys, press the TIMER button.
  • Page 73 To clear all timer settings programmed for all PROG (1 - 12) Label keys Proceed Steps 1 - 3 on page 71, 72. While pressing the DEL key, press the TIMER key. Press the YES key. “REALLY?” stays lit, and “YES” and “NO”...
  • Page 74: Creating An Alias Component Key (Alias)

    Creating an Alias Component key (ALIAS) The Alias Component key to be created in this section is a Component key that refers to the setting contents of another Component key and work the same as the reference key. If you create an Alias Component key, function keys (Alias function keys) that have the same function as the function keys in the...
  • Page 75 Press the key you want to set. Press the component button to be referred to. Press the key you want to be referred to. Note You cannot select an already set alias key. Repeat Steps 5 and 7 to create other alias keys.
  • Page 76: Using Other Functions

    Using Other Functions Locking the Controls — Hold Function To prevent accidental operation, you can lock all the buttons with the Hold function. However, the timer functions while the controls are locked. SYSTEM CONTROL TIMER MORE VOLUME MENU EXIT MUTING While pressing the Clock Display key, press COMMANDER OFF.
  • Page 77: Protecting Your Settings - Setting Lock Function

    Protecting your Settings — Setting Lock Function You can lock the Commander so that you cannot change, add, or clear any of your data in each setting mode. OTHER COMMANDER SYSTEM CONTROL TIMER LIGHT MORE VOLUME CHANNEL MENU EXIT MUTING RECALL While pressing COMMANDER OFF, press MUTING.
  • Page 78: Setting The Automatic-Off Time Of The Display Window

    Setting the Automatic- Off Time of the Display Window The Commander is preset at the factory to turn off the LCD display window automatically if you do not operate for more than 10 minutes. (Then all the display contents are turned off.) To change this setting, perform the following procedure.
  • Page 79: Adjusting The Backlight Of The Display Window

    Press the (+) or (–) key to change the Automatic-Off time of the LCD display window. You can adjust from 1 minute to 30 minutes. Each time the (+) key is pressed, the minute increases by one. Each time the (–) key is pressed, the minute decreases by one.
  • Page 80 Adjusting the Backlight of the Display Window (continued) Press the Mode Display key (SET) twice to display “LIGHT” on one of the Label keys. Press the LIGHT key. “LIGHT” appears on the Mode Display key. Press the OFF TIME key. The display becomes in the setting mode of the Automatic-Off time of the backlight.
  • Page 81 Press the (+) or (–) key to change the brightness level. Then press COMMANDER OFF to decide the brightness level. The display returns to Step 3. You can adjust from level 1 to 10. Each time the (+) key is pressed, the level increases by 1.
  • Page 82: Setting The Key-Touch Beep

    Setting the Key-Touch Beep The Commander is preset at the factory to turn on the key-touch confirmation beep. You can turn on or off the key- touch confirmation beep. SYSTEM CONTROL MENU While pressing COMMANDER OFF, press MUTING. COMMANDER MUTING “SET”...
  • Page 83: Adjusting The Contrast Of The Display Window

    Adjusting the Contrast of the Display Window SYSTEM CONTROL TIMER MORE VOLUME MENU EXIT MUTING While pressing COMMANDER OFF, press MUTING. COMMANDER MUTING “SET” appears on the Mode Display key. Press the Mode Display key (SET) twice to display “MODE” on one of the Label keys.
  • Page 84: Changing The Names Of The Label Keys Or The Component Names On The Mode Display Key

    Changing the Names of the Label Keys or the Component Names on the Mode Display Key You can change the display of the Component names on the Mode Display key or on the Label keys, the function displays of components, the SYSTEM4 - SYSTEM15 and PROG1 - PROG12 on the Label keys to the most suitable name using up to 8 characters or digits.
  • Page 85 Select the sort of Labels by pressing the COMPO, SYSTEM or TIMER key. COMPO: Displays component names. To change the Label keys, press the OTHER button. Press the component select button or the Label key of which the name you want to change.
  • Page 86: Adjusting The Beam Interval To Avoid Key Misoperation

    Changing the Names of the Label Keys or the Component Names on the Mode Display Key (continued) Input the name of the Label key. Follow Steps 2 - 5, on page 25. Press COMMANDER OFF. COMMANDER If you keep COMMANDER OFF pressed for more than 2 seconds The Commander turns off.
  • Page 87 Follow Steps 1 - 4 on page 41. Select the component name whose interval you want to change by pressing the Component Select button or the Label key. (To change the Label keys, press the OTHER button repeatedly.) Press the KEY key. The keys of the selected component appear as set at the factory.
  • Page 88: Erasing All The Settings

    Erasing All the Settings You can erase all the settings to reset the Commander to its factory settings. 3,5,6 SYSTEM CONTROL MENU While pressing COMMANDER OFF, press MUTING. COMMANDER MUTING “SET” appears on the Mode Display key. Press the Mode Display key (SET) once to display “RESET”...
  • Page 89 Press the YES key. During erasing, “ALL c c c c c c c c” stays lit. When all the settings on the Commander are erased, “OK” is displayed with a beep sound. The Commander is reset to its factory settings.
  • Page 90: Additional Information

    Additional Information Precautions •Do not drop the unit or give a shock to the unit, or it may cause a malfunction. •Do not leave the unit in a location hear heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or sand, moisture, rain or mechanical shock.
  • Page 91: Troubleshooting

    • When you teach signals of an interactive signal exchange system remote learn the remote control control unit (supplied with some of Sony’s receivers and amplifiers) to signals. the Commander, the response signal of the main unit may interfere with the learning of the Commander.
  • Page 92 • You may try to program the Power-On function (page 44) for a Component Select button or the Label key to which the component code of a non-Sony product has been set. This function is only for Sony components. • You may try to operate the preset function (page 12) after operating the learning function (page 20).
  • Page 93 Symptom Remedy “NG” flashes if you try to • There are some keys, for which learned signals or the Key Macro copy the settings of the function have been programmed, on the display for the Component Component Select button Select button or the Label key. Copy the settings to another Component or the Label key to another Select button or the Label key, or clear the learned signals (page 26) or Component Select button...
  • Page 94 Customer Support Information After you have read through this manual, if you still cannot get the Remote Commander to work properly, call the Sony Customer Support Helpline at 1-800-822-2217. Remedy • This Commander is preset at the factory to turn the display off automatically if you do not operate for more than 10 minutes.
  • Page 95: Appendix

    Appendix Table of Preset Functions Note There may be some components or functions that cannot be operated with this Commander. KEY DISPLAY FUNCTION POWER To turn the power on/off 1 – 9, 0, ENTER To change the channel For example, to change to channel 5, press 0 and 5 (or, press 5 and ENTER) INPUT...
  • Page 96: Stb (Digital Satellite)

    Table of Preset Functions (continued) STB (Digital Satellite) KEY DISPLAY FUNCTION POWER To turn the power on/off 1 – 9, 0, ENTER To change the channel For example, to change to channel 5, press 0 and 5 (or, press 5 and ENTER) INPUT To switch the output of the SAT receiver to the TV (When...
  • Page 97: Stb2 (Digital Cable Box)

    STB2 (Digital Cable box) KEY DISPLAY FUNCTION POWER To turn the power on/off 1 – 9, 0, ENTER To change the channel For example, to change to channel 5, press 0 and 5 (or, press 5 and ENTER) INPUT To switch the output of the SAT receiver to the TV (When connecting a TV cable or antenna to the receiver, the...
  • Page 98: Vcr, Vcr2, Vcr3

    Table of Preset Functions (continued) VCR, VCR2, VCR3 KEY DISPLAY FUNCTION POWER To turn the power on/off 1 – 9, 0, ENTER To change the channel For example, to change to channel 5, press 0 and 5 (or, press 5 and ENTER) INPUT To change the input mode DISPLAY...
  • Page 99: Dvd, Dvd2

    DVD, DVD2 KEY DISPLAY FUNCTION POWER To turn to the power on/off 1 – 9, 0 Number buttons: To set items selected from the screen To select numbers 10 and above ENTER To enter a setting or to set items selected from the screen AUDIO To change the sound DISPLAY...
  • Page 100 Table of Preset Functions (continued) KEY DISPLAY FUNCTION POWER To turn the power on/off 1 – 9, 0 To select the track number (0 selects track 10) To select track numbers above 10, see the descriptions on the +10 button below. To select numbers 10 and above ENTER...
  • Page 101: Amp

    KEY DISPLAY FUNCTION POWER To turn the power on/off 1 - 9, 0 Keys to use the tuner directly ENTER To enter the setting VIDEO 1 To select the input source: VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 To select the input source: VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3 To select the input source:...
  • Page 102 Table of Preset Functions (continued) KEY DISPLAY FUNCTION POWER To turn the power on/off 1 – 9, 0 To select the track number (0 selects track 10) To select track numbers above 10, see the descriptions on the +10 button below. To select numbers 10 and above ENTER...
  • Page 103: Tape A, Tape B

    TAPE A, TAPE B KEY DISPLAY FUNCTION POWER To turn the power on/off 1 – 9, 0 To select the track number ENTER To enter the setting To rewind To reverse To play To fast-forward REC* To record To stop To pause DISPLAY To change the display mode...
  • Page 104: Cable (Cable Box)

    Table of Preset Functions (continued) CABLE (Cable box) KEY DISPLAY FUNCTION POWER To turn the power on/off 1 – 9, 0, ENTER To change the channel For example, to change to channel 5, press 0 and 5 (or , press 5 and ENTER) CHANNEL +/–...
  • Page 105: Dvr (Digital Video Recorder)

    DVR (Digital video recorder) KEY DISPLAY FUNCTION POWER To turn the power on/off 1 – 9, 0, ENTER To change the channel For example, to change to channel 5, press 0 and 5 (or, press 5 and ENTER) INPUT To switch the output of the SAT receiver to the TV (When connecting a TV cable or antenna to the receiver, the...
  • Page 106: Dat

    Table of Preset Functions (continued) KEY DISPLAY FUNCTION POWER To turn the power on/off 1 – 9, 0 To select the track number (0 selects track 10) To select track numbers above 10, see the descriptions on the +10 button below. To select numbers 10 and above ENTER...
  • Page 107: Lighting

    LIGHTING FUNCTION (Key display of other remote commanders) DISPLAY Lutron Spacer Spacer System SCENE1 SCENE2 SCENE3 SCENE4 SCENE13 SCENE14 SCENE15 SCENE16 FULL ON ALL ON ALL OFF CHANNEL + Raise Raise Lower Lower CHANNEL – RECALL Toggle Grafik RadioRA Home- Works Interac- tive...
  • Page 108: Quick Reference Of Operations

    Quick Reference of Operations Enter the setting mode Enter the learning mode Enter the setting mode of the System Control function Enter the timer program setting mode Input the character contents to each Label key for the component Input the character contents to each Label key for the System Control...
  • Page 109 Press Set the interval COMMANDER OFF between operation steps of the System Control Set the component macro executing time Adjust the contrast of COMMANDER OFF the LCD display window Turn the key-touch COMMANDER OFF beep on/off (ON) MUTING (OFF) MUTING Set the Automatic-Off COMMANDER OFF time of the LCD...
  • Page 110: Full Display

    Full Display...
  • Page 111: Index

    Index Adjusting the beam interval Automatic-Off of the backlight 79 of the display window Backlight adjusting 79 Automatic-Off 78 Batteries 7 C, D Changing component name on the Mode display key 25 function display of keys interval of the System Control function 41 name of the Label key CHANNEL button 6...
  • Page 112 Printed in Malaysia...