Selecting a Channel with a
— Channel Macro Function
While holding the desired
macro key button pressed,
press the buttons for the
operation in order.
The selected Component
button lights up and stays lit
while you keep holding down
the macro key.
The S (set) indicator lights up
whenever you press one of the
above buttons, and flashes
again when you release it.
If you enter more than four
keys, the last four keys are
programmed on the macro key.
If the macro key has been
successfully programmed, both
the S (set) indicator and the
Component button turn off.
If an error occured, both the S
(set) indicator and the
Component button flash five
times, and the Commander
returns to its state in Step 2.
• You cannot program the Channel
Macro function on a macro key that
has "learned" a signal. Try on other
macro keys, or clear the "learned"
signal (page 19) on the button and
program the Channel Macro function
• If you change the component code for
a button that has been programmed
in the Channel Macro function, the
new signal is transmitted when you
press the corresponding macro key.
• The Channel Macro function may not
work correctly for some components.
To clear the Channel Macro
1 Press and hold S (set) for over 3
The S (set) indicator lights up,
and all Component Select
2 While holding x pressed, press
the desired Component Select
The S (set) indicator turns off,
and the selected Component
button lights up.
Through this operation, you can
only erase the "learned" functions to
all keys on a specific component and
the Channel Macro function. The
"learned" functions to the
Component Select buttons cannot be
changed here. You must be sure
beforehand of which "learned"
function you want to erase.
3 Press S (set) to finish setting.