When to replace batteries Under normal conditions, the batteries should last for about 3 The instructions in this manual are for model RM-LJ304. months. When the remote no longer operates the receiver, Check your model number by looking at the lower left replace all the batteries with new ones.
ABLE OF CONTENTS Understanding the 2 way remote system Location of Parts and Basic Remote This remote operates under a 2 way remote system. With Operations 4 the two way remote system, the component responds to signals sent from the remote by sending additional signals Parts Description 4 (information about the status of the component, text data, etc.) back to the remote.
Location of Parts Description Parts and Basic Remote Operations AV ?/1 SYSTEM STANDBY FUNCTION This chapter provides information on the location of buttons and how to use them to perform basic operations. PUSH ENTER However, some functions explained in this section may not operate depending on the receiver.
5 MASTER VOL +/– buttons If you press the ?/1 switch (3) at the same time, it Press to adjust the volume level of all speakers at the will turn off the main component and other Sony same time. audio/video components (SYSTEM STANDBY).
Parts Description qa BASS BOOST button Press to increase the bass of the front speakers. The BASS BOOST indicator on the receiver lights up when the function is turned on. qs ON SCREEN button For receivers with the on-screen function, press to turn on/off the menu display on the TV screen.
qk MENU button w; SUB button When you have selected the VCR, DVD player, While operating a component, press to display a list of or SAT tuner, press this button to display VCR, DVD, operations that the corresponding buttons are not or SAT menu on the TV screen.
Parts Description wd D.TUNING ENTER button If you have selected tuner: Press to enter Direct Tuning mode. For details on Direct Tuning procedure, refer to the Operating Instructions supplied with your receiver. If you have selected VCR, DVD player, LD player, AV ?/1 TV, cable box, satellite tuner, MD deck, CD player, or SYSTEM...
Table of buttons used to control each component When you program the remote to control the following Sony or non-Sony components, you can use the buttons on the remote that are marked with circles. Note, however, that some buttons may not operate your component.
Parts Description Table of operations that appear when you press the SUB button Press the SUB button to display a list of operations that the corresponding buttons are not found on the remote. The contents of the lists will vary according to the currently selected component. The following table shows the items in each list and the function of each item.
Function b) Only with Sony TVs with the picture-in-picture function. MD deck CONTINUE Selects Continuous Play c) Only with Sony TVs that supports the wide-picture mode. d) Only with the Sony CD changer. SHUFFLE Selects Shuffle Play PROGRAM Selects Program Play...
Using the Lists This chapter describes how to display and use various lists. It also includes a chart showing all of the various lists. Easy scroll Brief descriptions of buttons for list operations SOUND FIELD button: Press to display the sound field list.
Chart of Lists See the treelike chart below for the list hierarchy. Details on how to access each list is given from page 14. Some items have sub-lists that appear when you press the SUB button (see pages 10 and 11). The configuration of the lists will vary depending on the receiver.
You can turn components on automatically You can set the remote to automatically turn on a component If you selected a Sony CD changer when it is selected from the function list. For details, see “Using the auto power function” on page 21.
Note Press SOUND FIELD. When the remote is programmed to control a non-Sony tape The sound field list appears. deck, the following may occur: — The information about deck B is not displayed and you Move the easy scroll key to select the sound field, cannot switch between tape deck A and B.
You can customize the remote to match the components component (“Kenwood,” for example), then press connected to your receiver. You can even program the remote to control non-Sony components and also Sony the key to enter the selection. components that the remote is normally unable to control.
Move the easy scroll key to select “ALL OFF” from the FUNCTION list, then press the key to enter the selection. Move the easy scroll key to select the component However, this function cannot apply to some Sony category (“VCR” for example) then press the key to components.
Performing Several Commands in Sequence Learning the Commands of Automatically (Macro Play) your components In step 6, when “*” is displayed in front of the function By using the Learning function, it is possible for this The function is pre-programmed. commander to perform learned operations.
CD in each slot of a CD changer* from the learning are displayed. receiver. [VIDEO 2 ] Appears only when you have selected a Sony CD changer (5, 50, 200, (PLAY) 300, or 400 discs) connected to the receiver using the CONTROL A1 Learning OK! cable.
When an CONTROL A1/A1 -compatible Sony • You can download the data only from the Sony CD changer (5, CD player and a non-compatible Sony CD 50, 200, 300, or 400 discs) connected to the receiver using the player are connected to the receiver CONTROL A1 cable.
Clearing all the contents of remote‘s Note memory Switching to VIDEO 1~4 input may not be automatic on all Sony TVs. This is because some TVs cannot receive remote control Be sure to turn on the receiver and point the remote codes immediately after being turned on.
, Make sure you select the correct function on the remote. , When you operate a programmed non-Sony component, the remote may not function properly depending on the model and the make of the component.
Specifications General Remote control system Infrared control Power requirements 4.5 V DC with three LR6 (size- AA) alkaline batteries Dimensions 62 33 mm Mass (approx.) 135 g excluding batteries Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.