Notes on System Control
• 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
• If some of the components did
not operate correctly because of
the above or for any other
reason, always set all the
components back to the states
they were in before you pressed
the SYSTEM CONTROL button.
Failure to do this can result in
incorrect operation when you
press the SYSTEM CONTROL
• Some components may not
always be powered on by the
System Control function. This is
because the power of the
component gets on and off
alternatively when receiving the
power on/off signal. In this case,
check the operating component's
power on/off state before using
the system control function.
• If the system control function
does not work correctly, see also
"Tips for programming the
System Control function" on
Programming a series of
commands to the
Component Select buttons
Same as the SYSTEM CONTROL
buttons, you can also program a
series of operating commands on
the Component Select buttons (up
to 16 steps).
Example: To program the
procedure on page 23 to the
Press S (set).
All Component Select buttons
Press and hold the desired
Component Select button
for more than 3 seconds.
The selected Component
button lights up and all other
button flash rapidly.