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Device Program Codes
If you program codes to control
devices, record your codes here:
CBL: __________________
TV: ___________________
VCR: __________________
DVD: __________________
AUX: __________________
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Part Number 736128 Rev E
AT8560 AllTouch
Remote Control

User Guide

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affi liates in the U.S. and other countries. A listing of Cisco’s trademarks can be found at www.cisco.com/go/trademarks. Third party trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    In This Guide Welcome to the Ultimate Control Experience ........2 Important Information About Your Remote ........2 How Does a Universal Remote Control Work? .......2 Where Do I Start? ................3 Quick Reference ................4 What Devices Can I Control? ............6 What Devices Do I Want to Control? ..........6 Reassign Mode Keys ..............7 Program the Remote to Control My Devices ........8 What If None of the Codes Work? ..........9...

  • Page 4: Welcome To The Ultimate Control Experience

    Welcome to the Ultimate Control Experience Your new AT8560 AllTouch Universal Remote Control (remote) is a true universal remote, functioning as fi ve remotes in one. As one example, you can use this remote to operate your TV, VCR, DVD player, set-top, and receiver.

  • Page 5: Where Do I Start

    Keeping up with one remote is much easier than keeping up with fi ve remotes. However, it is still a good idea to fi nd a storage location for your remote. The AT8560 is not a toy. It should be kept out of the reach of children under the age of 6 years.

  • Page 6: Quick Reference

    Quick Reference Viewing and Browsing Control Displays the program guide Device Control Displays the Applications Menu or DVD Menu Displays channel and Viewing and Browsing program information Control Navigates through the program guide by days Sound Control Moves through selections DVR Control Selects and deselects screen DVD/VCR/VOD...

  • Page 7: Sound Control

    Sound Control Numeric Keys Enters channel numbers Adjusts volume and remote codes (also enters your parental Mutes sound control PIN) Note: These keys will not work until Reserved for future use you program a TV code into the remote. Sizes the picture for some high-defi nition DVR Control television (HDTV) models...

  • Page 8: What Devices Can I Control

    AUX ..receivers, tuners, and Home Theatre in a Box (HTIB) Regarding Non-Responsive Modes The AT8560 is pre-programmed with the TV, VCR, and AUX keys set to an inactive (non-responsive) mode. After you program these keys on the remote control, you can return them to the non-responsive mode by using the specifi c non-responsive mode code found in the Code Tables, later in this guide.

  • Page 9: Reassign Mode Keys

    Reassign Mode Keys With the AT8560, you can reassign a mode key to operate a diff erent device. For example, you can reassign the AUX key to operate a receiver, a tuner, or a Home Theatre in a Box system.

  • Page 10: Program The Remote To Control My Devices

    Program the Remote to Control My Devices Your remote is initially programmed to only operate your set-top. The Volume and Mute keys will not work until a TV code is programmed into the remote. If the remote provides only limited functionality for a device, you can look for a code that provides more functionality.

  • Page 11: What If None Of The Codes Work

    What If None of the Codes Work? If none of the codes listed for your brand of device operate the device correctly, you can search through the code library for a valid code. Improving Your Reaction Time When you search the code library, you need to be ready to press SELECT as soon as the remote turns off your device.

  • Page 12: Which Code Worked

    Which Code Worked? Find out which code programmed the mode key to control your device. Finding the Code That Worked (Program Code 9 9 0) 1. Press and hold SELECT and the appropriate mode key (CBL, TV, VCR, DVD, or AUX) until all mode keys blink twice. 2.

  • Page 13: Change Power Control

    Change Power Control Your remote is originally programmed in one of the following ways: • The remote controls power for only one device at a time. For example, in CBL mode the POWER key controls the set-top only. However, in TV mode, the POWER key controls the TV only.

  • Page 14

    Want An Example? If you want to control power for the TV and the set-top at the same time, you would do the following: 1. Press and hold SELECT and CBL until all mode keys blink twice. 2. Press 9 9 8. The CBL key blinks twice. 3.

  • Page 15: Change Volume Control

    Controlling Volume for One Device (Program Code 9 9 3) Note: If you want to assign volume control to a Cisco set-top, complete the following prerequisite steps. Press SETTINGS to access the General Settings on-screen menu.

  • Page 16: Change Channel Control

    Change Channel Control Your remote is originally programmed in one of the following ways: • The remote controls channels for a single device, such as the set-top, whether the remote is in CBL, VCR, DVD, or TV mode. The AUX mode always retains separate channel control.

  • Page 17: Change Vcr/vod Programming

    Change VCR/VOD Programming Your remote is originally programmed in one of the following ways: • The Rewind, Play, Fast Forward, Stop, Pause, and Record keys (the transport keys) are programmed, by default, to transmit the codes for the Explorer 8000 series Home Entertainment Server video-on-demand (VOD) or digital video recorder (DVR) functions when in Cable (CBL) mode.

  • Page 18: Put It Back The Way I Got It

    Put It Back the Way I Got It Return specifi c advanced functions or all advanced functions back to their original settings. Choose the procedure that fi ts your needs. Important: Your service provider may have programmed the dual power control feature for your convenience.

  • Page 19: Change On Demand Programming

    Change On Demand Programming The OnDemand key on the remote allows you to select various On Demand control sequences. By default, the OnDemand key sends On Demand requests in CBL mode only. However, you can also program the OnDemand key on the remote to send out an additional three- or four-digit number key sequence in order to select a specifi c channel on your set-top.

  • Page 20

    Restoring Default On Demand Settings (Program Code 9 9 6) 1. Press and hold CBL and SELECT until all mode keys blink twice. 2. Press 9 9 6. The CBL LED blinks twice. 3. Press SELECT to reset the On Demand control to the default code. Notes: •...

  • Page 21: Code Tables

    Code Tables If the remote does not recognize your device, you can fi nd codes for your device by brand. With combination devices (such as a TV with a built-in DVD player), you have separate codes for each device component. Therefore, for ease of use, the combination device codes are listed fi rst.

  • Page 22

    Satellite/DVR Codes Satellite/DVR Codes Satellite Receiver/Recorder Codes Dish Network 0095, 0097, 0098, Hughes 0092 System 0099 0097, 0098 Philips 0023 Dishpro 0097, 0099 Philips 0092 Zenith 0024 Echostar 0097, 0098, 0099 0092, 0093 Expressvu 0097 Samsung 0092 0097 Sony 0094, 0096 0097 TV Group: TVs, LCD TVs, Plasma TVs, and HDTVs...

  • Page 23

    TV Codes TV Codes TV Codes Multitech 1034 Realistic 1042, 1062 Teknika 1000, 1001, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1008, Multivision 1070 Runco 1122 1010, 1011, 1012, 1006, 1060, 1061, Sampo 1004, 1006, 1137, 1014, 1034, 1040, 1147, 1166 1138, 1191, 1220, 1064, 1087, 1136, 1305 1003, 1004, 1005,...

  • Page 24: Vcr Codes

    VCR/DVR Group: DVR, VCR, and PVR Devices (Non-Responsive Mode 2254) DVR/PVR Codes VCR Codes VCR Codes 2269 Admiral 2035, 2047 Instant Replay 2014 Alienware 2269 Adventura 2017 JC Penney 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, CyberPower 2269 Aiko 2018 2014, 2015, 2022, Dell 2269 Aiwa...

  • Page 25: Dvd Codes

    VCR Codes VCR Codes VCR Codes Philips 2000, 2014, 2027, Sansui 2006, 2031, 2033, Unitech 2009 2176, 2224, 2240, 2212 Vector Research 2005, 2006, 2011, 2247 Sanyo 2007, 2009, 2016, 2012 Philips Magnavox 2224 2042 Victor 2006 Pilot 2010 Scott 2008, 2011, 2026 Video Concepts 2005, 2006, 2011,...

  • Page 26

    DVD Codes DVD Codes DVD Codes Magnavox 2051, 2094, 2195 2048, 2049, 2115, Teac 2130 2143, 2149, 2202, Marantz 2301, 2307 Technics 2131 2203, 2279, 2288, Memorex 2095 Techwood 2132 2289, 2312, 2335, Mintek 2096 Toshiba 2055, 2065, 2133, 2345 2134, 2135, 2150, Mitsubishi 2052, 2293...

  • Page 27

    Combo Code Group: Combination Devices DVD/VCR Combo Codes TV/DVD/TUNER Combo Codes Tuner Broksonic 2236 2338 Panasonic 1350 2347 3118 Go Video 2038 2141 2044 2147 2039 2142 TV/DVD/VCR Combo Codes 2234 2336 2270 2193 Panasonic 1188 2200 2180 Panasonic 2237 2339 1190 2202...

  • Page 28: Fcc Compliance

    Any changes or modifi cations not expressly approved by Cisco Systems, Inc., could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. The information shown in the FCC Declaration of Conformity paragraph below is a requirement...

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