Press and hold the button
on the other remote control,
until both the S (set)
indicator and the
Component button light up
During data transfer, only the S
(set) indicator stays lit, and the
Component button turns off.
After data transfer is complete,
the Commander returns to its
state in Step 3.
Repeat Steps 4 to 5 to
"teach" functions to other
To "learn" another
component's remote control
After positioning the two remote
commanders as in Step 1 on page
15, press the corresponding
Component Select button, and then
follow Steps 4 to 5 to perform
Press S (set) to finish
• If you do not perform Learning steps
within 20 seconds at any point during
the process, Learning mode ends.
• If you do not perform Step 5 within
10 seconds after Step 4, Learning
To cancel setup, press S (set).
If the Commander does not
seem to be working
If the "learned" button does not
operate properly, "teach" once again.
(For example, if the volume becomes
very loud after pressing VOL+ only
once, noise may have interfered during
the Learning procedure.)
If you set a component code
after "learning" a signal
If you have programmed any signal on
a button by the Learning function, that
signal will work even after you set a
When you "teach" the signals
for a double cassette deck
Press RECALL to select Deck A
Note on the REC z signal
You can only "teach" to one button at
at time. Therefore you cannot teach a
sequential button operation (for
example REC z + B) to a single button
on your Commander.