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Yamaha DSP-A2 Owner's Manual: Making A New Macro

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Making a new macro

A new macro can be programmed onto any preset macro key in place of the factory preset functions. (See page 66 to know what
keys are preset macro keys.) You can make as many as 13 new macro keys. A macro key can learn as many as seven functions of
other keys.
Note
If you store a continuous function such as lowering the volume level, it may not work well when carried out as a part of macro.
1
CLEAR
LEARN
* If there is no operation for about 30 seconds after the
MACRO button is pressed, the TRANSMIT/LEARN
indicator flashes rapidly and the mode before you pressed
the MACRO button is restored. Press the MACRO button
again.
2
Press a preset macro key on which you want to make a
new macro.
CD
* If a key other than a preset macro key is pressed, the
TRANSMIT/LEARN indicator flashes rapidly and the
current mode is canceled. Repeat this step.
3
Press a key whose function you want to store as the first
function of the new macro.
SYSTEM
POWER ON
* If a key whose function cannot be stored as a command of
macro is pressed, the TRANSMIT/LEARN indicator flashes
rapidly and the current mode is canceled. Repeat this step.
* If about 30 seconds pass before a key is pressed, the
TRANSMIT/LEARN indicator flashes rapidly and the mode
before you began learning operations is restored. Restart
from step 1.
TRANSMIT
/LEARN
MACRO
Flashes slowly.
TRANSMIT
/LEARN
Lights up.
TRANSMIT
/LEARN
Goes off.
(When learning is finished,
this indicator lights up again.)
4
Repeat step 3 to store the second, the third and more
functions. You can store up to seven key functions in
series as a macro.
* If the seventh key function has been learned, the
TRANSMIT/LEARN indicator flashes rapidly and the mode
before you began learning operations is restored. (This
shows that the key has completed learning a series of
functions as a macro.) You do not have to follow the next
step.
5
When you finish learning, press the MACRO button.
CLEAR
Notes
If, for example, you store a function whose operation takes a
long time as the first command, add a command which has
no function between the first command and the second
command, or repeat the second command again.
If you program the power on/off switching function of TV,
VCR, etc. as a part of a macro sequence, note that it
switches the current mode to the other ("on" to "off", or "off"
to "on").
For example, when you press the macro key, if the power of
TV, VCR, etc. is already on, the power will be turned off even
though you may not want it to do so.
REMOTE CONTROLLER
LEARN
MACRO
69

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