The position (A, B or C) selected by the A/B/C switch is shown in
This switch must be used only when the lid of the remote control
unit is open. (This switch will not function when the lid is closed.)
Normally, set this switch to the "A" position. When controlling a
Yamaha LD player by using the CD/LD player keys (
switch to the "C" position.
Lights up when the remote control unit is transmitting infrared
signals (when a command key is pressed).
If this key is pressed, some of the keys on the remote control unit
light up for about 5 seconds. If this key is pressed while those keys
are lighting up, they stop lighting.
When using the keys to control Yamaha components, identify
them with your component's keys. If these keys are identical,
their functions will be the same. For each key function, refer to
the corresponding instruction in your component's manual.
LEARNING NEW CONTROL FUNCTIONS
(When the lid is open)
This is a learning remote control unit. The shaded keys in
the illustration shown right can be programmed to "learn" control
functions from other remote control units. By learning key-
functions from other remote control unit, this unit can then be used
in place of one or more other remote control units, thus making
), set this
operation of your various audio and video components more
Some of the "learning-capable" keys are originally empty and
others have already been preset with functions to control this unit
and other Yamaha components. You can store new functions to
them (in place of preset functions) as desired.
See pages 61 to 62 for the learning method.
See pages 64 to 65 for clearing a learned function (or all
If the memory capacity of the remote control unit becomes full, no
further learning is possible even if some learning-capable keys are
not occupied with new functions. If, for example, you store only
Yamaha codes into this remote control unit, up to about 50
functions can be stored. Store new functions to the learnable-
capable keys which are useful for you.