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4-247-235-11(1)
Remote
Commander
Operating Instructions
RM-LJ312
©2003 Sony Corporation

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  • Page 1 4-247-235-11(1) Remote Commander Operating Instructions RM-LJ312 ©2003 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 2 If you have any question or problem concerning your remote, please consult your nearest Sony dealer. Before you use your remote Inserting batteries into the...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Location of parts and basic remote operations Parts description... 4 Table of buttons used to control each component ... 7 Using the lists Chart of lists... 11 Selecting a component ... 13 Listening to multi channel sound ... 14 —...
  • Page 4: Location Of Parts And Basic Remote Operations

    “Programming the remote” on page 16. If you press the ?/1 switch (1) at the same time, it will turn off the main component and other Sony audio/video components (SYSTEM STANDBY). Note The function of the AV ?/1 switch changes automatically each time you press INPUT SELECTOR (4).
  • Page 5 DISPLAY Press to select information displayed on the TV screen. Display window The current status of the selected component or a list of selectable items appears here. Note Characters other than letters of the alphabet or numbers may be displayed incorrectly on the remote, even if they appear correctly in the display window on the main unit.
  • Page 6 * See the table on page 7 for information on the buttons that you can use to control each component. Before using the remote for the first time Be sure to turn on the receiver and point the remote towards the receiver when performing the following procedure.
  • Page 7: Table Of Buttons Used To Control Each Component

    Table of buttons used to control each component When you program the remote to control the following Sony or non-Sony components, you can use the buttons on the remote that are marked with circles. Note, however, that some buttons may not operate your component.
  • Page 8 Table of SUB menu operations Press the i button repeatedly to display a list of operations (SUB menu) that the corresponding buttons are not found on the remote. The contents of the lists will vary according to the currently selected component. The following table shows the items in each list and the function of each item.
  • Page 9 Component Item(s) Function DVD player AUDIO Changes the sounds. ANGLE Changes the angles. SUBTITLE Changes the Subtitle Language. SUBTITLE Turns the Subtitles ON OFF on or off. TIME Changes the time information. SEARCH Changes the search MODE mode. CLEAR Returns to the Continuous Play etc.
  • Page 10 CONTRAST + Adjusts the contrast. CONTRAST – ZOOM + ZOOM – SHIFT + SHIFT – FOCUS + FOCUS – Only with Sony TVs that supports the wide-picture Function mode. Selects preset Only with Sony TVs with the picture-in-picture channels. function. Toggles between the “DISC A/B”...
  • Page 11: Using The Lists

    Using the lists Chart of lists See the treelike chart below for the list hierarchy. Details on how to access each list is given from page 13. Some items have sub-lists that appear when you press > (page 8). VIDEO1 VIDEO2 VIDEO3 VIDEO4...
  • Page 12 TA-DA9000ES only. Only when set to CD2 or CD3. When the COMMAND MODE is set to 2ND ZONE, only the 2nd zone list appears (STR-DA5000ES only. However, 2nd zone list appears when the model name of the receiver is not registered (page 6)). When the COMMAND MODE is set to 3RD ZONE, only the 3rd zone list appears (STR-DA5000ES only).
  • Page 13: Selecting A Component

    Information about the component appears in the display window. A display example <CD/SACD > Sony First line: Selected component Second line: Category Third line: Maker of the component Tips • You can modify the category indication. The category indication tells you what component is actually connected to the jacks on the receiver.
  • Page 14: Listening To Multi Channel Sound

    Move the easy scroll key to display the information about deck A or B. Note When the remote is programmed to control a non-Sony tape deck, the following may occur: – You cannot switch between tape deck A and B.
  • Page 15: Selecting A Sound Field

    Selecting a sound field Do the procedure below to select a sound field from the sound field list. Press SOUND FIELD. The sound field list appears. Move the easy scroll key to select the sound field, then press the key to enter the selection.
  • Page 16: Programming The Remote

    You can customize the remote to match the components connected to your receiver. You can even program the remote to control non- Sony components and also Sony components that the remote is normally unable to control. The procedure below uses as an example a case in which a Aiwa VCR is connected to the VIDEO2 jacks on the receiver.
  • Page 17: Performing Several Commands In Sequence Automatically

    Move the easy scroll key to select “TV- KEY”, then press the key to enter the selection. The category list appears. Category? cT V Exit Move the easy scroll key to select “TV”, then press the key to enter the selection.
  • Page 18 Move the easy scroll key to select “NO SET”, then press the key to enter the selection. To turn off all Sony components (SYSTEM STANDBY) In step 5, move the easy scroll key to select “Common”, then press the key to enter the selection.
  • Page 19 To cancel programming Move the easy scroll key to select “Exit” or “Cancel” during any step, then press the key to enter the selection. Tips • In step 7, when no indication appears in front of the function name, no IR code is programmed. You cannot use the function for the macro play.
  • Page 20: Using The Receiver Menu

    Using the RECEIVER menu Press I repeatedly. The RECEIVER menu appears. <RECEIVER> cTEST TONE DIRECT SB DECODING Move the easy scroll key to select the item you want to set, then press the key to enter the selection. Each time you press the key, the setting changes.
  • Page 21 Move the easy scroll key to select the function you want to use the Learning input, then press the key to enter the selection. The button list appears. Button[VIDEO 2] c*POWER *PREVIOUS *NEXT Move the easy scroll key to select the button you want to use for the Learning function, then press the key to enter the selection.
  • Page 22: Downloading Data From The Receiver

    CD in each slot of a CD changer* from the receiver. * Appears only when you have selected a Sony CD changer (5, 50, 200, 300, or 400 discs) connected to the receiver using the CONTROL A1 cable.
  • Page 23 To update without starting playback, perform the above procedure. Notes • You can download the data only from the Sony CD changer (5, 50, 200, 300, or 400 discs) connected to the receiver using the CONTROL A1 cable.
  • Page 24: Other Operations

    Sony CD players Program the remote to control the non-Sony CD player (see page 16). See the sections above for settings of the Sony CD players. Other operations Customizing the input list You can set the remote to display only the inputs you use in the input list.
  • Page 25 TV-COMPO1 or 2. Notes • Switching to VIDEO1–6 input may not be automatic on all Sony TVs. This is because some TVs cannot receive remote control codes immediately after being turned on. • When you select “(Off)” in step 4, the TV input does not switch.
  • Page 26 Switching the COMMAND MODE You can switch the command mode (AV SYSTEM 1 or AV SYSTEM 2) of the remote. If the command mode of the receiver and the remote is different, you cannot use the remote to operate the receiver. Besides, you can set the remote for the 2nd zone mode or 3rd zone mode (models of area code U, CA only).
  • Page 27 2nd zone operation (STR-DA5000ES only) Main receiver STR-DA5000ES 2ND ZONE IR repeater (not supplied) 2nd zone Amplifier (not supplied) Speaker Monitor Speaker Clearing all the contents of remote’s memory Press RM SET UP. The set up list appears. cIR SET LEARNING DOWNLOAD INPUT LIST...
  • Page 28: Additional Information

    • When you operate a programmed non-Sony component, the remote may not function properly depending on the model and the maker of the component.