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2 Congratulations! Congratulations on purchasing Universal Remote Control s Universal GAMER. You now have the ultimate control solution for your Home Theater gaming! The GAMER is programmed to operate your game consoles and Media PC right out of the box. With its extensive library of pre-programmed codes and learning, the GAMER can also operate thousands of audio/video components even ipod docks! Everything you need to know about programming the GAMER is contained in this Manual. GAMER Owner s Manual 2006 Universal Remote Control, Inc. The information in this manual is copyright protected. No part of this manual may be copied or reproduced in any form without prior written consent from Universal Remote Control, Inc. Universal Remote Control, Inc. shall not be liable for operational, technical or editorial errors/omissions made in this manual. The information in this manual may be subject to change without prior notice. GAMER is a registered trademark of Universal Remote Control, Inc. All other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies or organizations. 500 Mamaroneck Avenue, Harrison, NY Phone: (914) Fax: (914)

3 Table of Contents Getting Started Controls Game Consoles & up to 6 Components...3 Activate Component Buttons...3 The Media Function...3 Special Features SimpleSound TM...4 MacroPower TM...4 Learning Capability...4 Battery Installation...5 GAMER Location of Controls...6 Light Button...7 Setting Up...8 SECTION 1: Pre-Programmed Code Method...8 SECTION 2: Auto Search Method...12 SECTION 3: Learning Method...14 Advanced Setup SECTION 1: SimpleSound TM and Other Punch Throughs...18 SECTION 2: MacroPower TM...21 SECTION 3: Media Function Button...23 Finding a Component s Set-Up Code Number

4 Erasing Commands - Overview...27 SECTION 1: Erasing a Single Learned Command...27 SECTION 2: Erasing All Learned Commands from one component.. 29 SECTION 3: Erasing SimpleSound TM Commands...30 SECTION 4: Erasing MacroPower TM Commands...31 SECTION 5: Re-setting GAMER to Original Factory Defaults Pre-Programmed Code Tables PSX MEDIA TV CABLE/SAT DVD/VCR AUDIO FAQs Warranty...73 Specifications

5 Getting Started Control Game Consoles and up to 6 Components The GAMER is designed to control game consoles and up to 6 different audio/video components. It is pre-programmed to operate your Xbox 360, Playstation and Media Center PC right out of the box! The GAMER also has an extensive library of codes to operate virtually all brands of Audio, TV, DVD, Cable and Satellite components even ipod docks! One Press Activates All Component Buttons Once you have programmed GAMER for all of your A/V components, all you have to do is simply press a component button and all the buttons on the GAMER will work with the component you just pressed. As an example, if you pressed the TV component button, all the buttons on GAMER will work your TV. If you press the DVD component button, all the buttons on GAMER will work your DVD. The MEDIA Function The MEDIA device button is pre-programmed to operate a Media Center PC, or it can be designated to operate any additional 5th audio/video component you may have in your system such as TiVo or ipod docks. 3

6 Special Features In addition, the GAMER also offers the following special features that can offer you time-saving conveniences: Learning Capability The GAMER has a Learning Capability that enables it to actually learn functions from other remotes. SimpleSound TM SimpleSound Volume Control is a dynamic feature that gives you total volume control over all the components in your system, even those that do not have their own built-in volume control, such as TiVo, DVD and VCR. MacroPower TM This is a unique feature that enables you to turn all your components ON or OFF, all at the same time, simply with the press of one button. These special features will be discussed in greater detail later on in the manual. 4

7 Battery Installation Insert the two AA batteries that are included in the package into the battery compartment located in the back of your remote. Just press the tab and lift off the cover. Please be sure to insert the batteries correctly as you see in the diagram. Once the batteries are correctly installed, replace the cover. Insert Batteries Correctly 5

8 GAMER Location of Controls 6

9 LIGHT BUTTON Press the LIGHT button to backlight all the buttons. To turn off the backlight, press the LIGHT button again, or just wait ten seconds and the backlight will automatically shut itself off. 7

10 Setting Up Your GAMER There are three ways you can program your remote to work with your A/V Components: The Pre-Programmed Code Method (page 8) The Auto-Search Method (page 12) The Learning Method (page 14) The Pre-Programmed Code Method allows you to set up all the buttons at once, so it s the fastest and easiest of the three methods. The Auto-Search Method scans through all the codes in the remote control, one at a time. The Learning Method allows you to transfer functions from your old remote to Gamer, one button at a time. * * * * * SECTION 1: Pre-Programmed Code Method STEP 1: The pre-programmed 3-digit codes are found in the back of this Instruction Manual (starting on page 34). The codes are listed by component category (i.e., TV, VCR, DVD, etc.), then by brand name. For instance, if you would like to locate a code for a Sony TV, first locate the TV category, and then look for the Sony brand. 8

11 STEP 2: Once you have located the 3-digit codes for each of the components that you want to operate from your GAMER, write them ALL down on a piece of paper. It s important that you write down all the codes because only one code is going to work for you. STEP 3: Now, turn on the component you want to program using your old remote let s say your TV to start. Look up your TV s manufacturer set-up code from your hand-written list. STEP 4: Press down on the component button, in this case the button that says TV, and the SELECT (SEL) button at the same time. Hold both down for 3 seconds until the TV component button light turns on. 9

12 IMPORTANT: You now have 20 seconds to perform the next step while you are in set-up mode. If you don t press a button within 20 seconds, the LED light will turn off and exit the setup mode and you will need to start over. STEP 5: Point the remote toward the component, in this example the TV, and punch in the 3-digit-code that you wrote down for that specific component. Use the Number buttons 0-9 on the remote to punch in the code. If the 3-digit code number you just punched in is the correct number, the component you are trying to program will turn off. If it does not turn off, continue entering code numbers from your list one code at a time until the TV turns off. IMPORTANT: If you tried all the set-up codes in the list and the component still did not turn off, either the Auto-Search Method (page 12) or the Learning Method (page 14) will help you. 10

13 STEP 6: After you ve entered the code number and the component has turned off, press the POWER button on your remote to turn the component back on. Now it s time to test the VOLUME and CHANNEL buttons (or PLAY and STOP buttons for VCR and DVD) to make sure they all work. For example, maybe your Sony TV turned off with code number 147, but the volume controls did not work properly. If this is the case, repeat STEP 5 using the next code number until you find a perfect match. STEP 7: Once you have found a correct code, you must save it. Press the component button you just programmed, in this case TV, one more time to store the code number. The component button LED light will blink three times to confirm that the code was successfully stored. Now when you press the TV component button, all of the buttons will work with your TV. NOW, PROGRAM THE REST OF YOUR COMPONENTS BY REPEAT- ING STEPS 3 THROUGH 7. IMPORTANT: If the Pre-Programmed Code Method did not work for you, try the Auto-Search Method next as outlined on page

14 SECTION 2: Auto-Search Method The Auto-Search Method is a way you can scan through all the codes in the table to find the right code for your component. STEP 1: Using your old remote, turn on the component you want to program with the GAMER... let s say your TV. STEP 2: Now, press down on the component button, in this case the button that says TV, and the SELECT (SEL) button at the same time. Hold them both down for 3 seconds until the TV component button LED light turns on. IMPORTANT: If you don t press a button within 20 seconds, the LED light will turn off and exit the set-up mode and you will need to start over. STEP 3: Press and release the UP ARROW button. Please note, each time the Up Arrow is pressed, the code will count up one code number and send a Power OFF signal. When the correct code is sent out, the component will turn off. 12

15 STEP 4: Press the ON button on the GAMER to turn the component back on. Now you can test the VOLUME and CHANNEL buttons (or PLAY and STOP buttons for VCR and DVD) to make sure they all work. If any of the buttons do not work properly, you need to find a new code. So, continue pressing the Up Arrow button until you find a code that turn off the component and makes the VOLUME or PLAY buttons work. STEP 5: Once you have found the right code, you must save it by pressing the component button (in this case TV). The component LED light will blink three times to confirm that the code was stored. REPEAT THIS METHOD FOR THOSE COMPONENTS YOU COULD NOT PROGRAM EARLIER WITH THE PRE-PROGRAMMED CODE METHOD. If you cannot find the right code after 5 minutes of trying the UP ARROW button, please try the Learning Method (page 14). 13

16 SECTION 3: The Learning Method This method allows you to teach your GAMER the commands from your old remote. STEP 1: Line up the GAMER to your old remote head-to-head as you see here. Make sure the heads are one to two inches apart. STEP 2: On the GAMER remote, press down on both the component button you wish to teach (such as TV, VCR,etc.) and the ENTER (ENT) button at the same time for 3 seconds until the component LED light turns on. 14

17 IMPORTANT: If you don t press a button within 20 seconds, the LED light will turn off and exit the set-up mode and you will need to start over. STEP 3: Press any button on the GAMER that you want to teach a command to. For example, if you want to teach the MUTE button on the GAMER from your old TV remote, press the MUTE button on the GAMER. The TV component button LED light will blink once indicating that the GAMER is ready to learn the command. STEP 4: Press and hold the MUTE button on your old remote until the component button LED light on the GAMER blinks twice. Now you can continue learning all other buttons from your old remote by pressing the next button on the GAMER and repeating this step. Note: The component LED will blink five times if there was an error in the learning process. In this case, please repeat Steps 3 and 4. 15

18 STEP 5: Once you have completed teaching the GAMER all the buttons, press and hold the component button and ENTER (ENT) buttons together to save the learned functions. The LED light will blink three times to confirm the programming. Now test all the learned buttons to make sure they learned correctly. If necessary, please repeat Step 2 to program the next component. 16

19 If the Learning Method does not work, here are a few suggestions: If you have a Plasma TV, move to another room Avoid programming under fluorescent light or direct sunlight Put new batteries in your old remote Gradually vary the distance between the two remote controls. Tap the button on your old remote instead of pressing and holding it during the learning process. See the following notes regarding the Learning process: Learned functions override any existing pre-programmed functions on the remote control. All buttons for the seven component modes can be learned except for the LIGHT button. Learned functions are automatically erased when a new function is learned on the same button. Learned functions are retained even after a different Set-up Code number is programmed into the remote control. To return to an original pre-programmed function, a learned function must be erased. 17

20 SECTION 4: SimpleSound Volume Control SimpleSound gives you total volume control over ALL the components in your system, even those that do not have built-in volume control, such as TIVO, DVD and VCR. SimpleSound saves you the hassle and inconvenience of constantly switching between component modes just to control volume. In a basic system, the sound may come from your TV. In a more advanced system, the sound may come from your audio component such as a Surround Sound Receiver or Home Theatre system. So first, identify what device you want to use in your system for sound. Now, let s set-up SimpleSound. Here s how: STEP 1: Press and hold the component button you want to add volume control to, such as DVD or VCR and the SELECT (SEL) button at the same time for about three seconds until the component LED light turns on. 18

21 IMPORTANT: If you don t press a button within 20 seconds, the LED light will turn off and exit the set-up mode and you will need to start over. STEP 2: Press the VOLUME UP button and then press either the TV or AUDIO button that you want to use for volume. The component LED light will blink three times to confirm it is saved. This sets up a group of three buttons (VOLUME UP, VOLUME DOWN and MUTE) in one action! Repeat Steps 1-2 for all other components. 19

22 Note: SimpleSound is what is called a Punch Through feature and is not limited to volume control. It can also be applied to other groups of buttons. If you find yourself switching to a particular device frequently to use a group of controls, consider using Punch Through for another group, as listed here. Simply perform the steps above and for step 2, press the first button listed in the group and all buttons will be programmed: VOLUME: VOLUME UP, VOLUME DOWN AND MUTE CHANNEL: CHANNEL UP, CHANNEL DOWN, PREV. CHANNEL AND NUMBERS (0-9) VCR/DVD: PLAY, STOP, PAUSE, REWIND, FAST FORWARD, SKIP+, SKIP, RECORD DVD/SAT OSD: MENU, GUIDE, INFO, EXIT, UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, SEL 20

23 MacroPower TM Imagine turning on all your components such as TV, DVD player and surround sound receiver by pressing a single button on your GAMER! What would normally take three remotes and three button pushes, the GAMER can accomplish with the press of one button. We call that MacroPower. Any of the POWER ON or the SYSTEM OFF buttons can be programmed for MacroPower control. To set up MacroPower to these buttons, follow these easy steps: STEP 1: To program MacroPower commands for the Power ON button, press the ON button and the MUTE button together and hold them down for about 3 seconds until one of the component button LED lights turns on. IMPORTANT: If you don t press a button within 20 seconds, the LED light will turn off and exit the set-up mode and you will need to start over. STEP 2: Press the component button you want to turn on and then the Power ON button and repeat for all other components in the order you want them to turn on. The LED light will blink once for each command. 21

24 STEP 3: Once you ve entered all the Power On commands, press the CHANNEL UP button to save your MacroPower commands and the component button LED light will blink three times to confirm the programming. SUGGESTION: Most of the components have the same signal to turn the power On and Off. You may want to program MacroPower only in the ON button and save the System Off button to turn components On or Off individually. Note: If you want to program MacroPower for the POWER OFF button, repeat the same steps used for Power ON programming. 22

25 MEDIA Function: Programming a 5th Component After you ve finished customizing the GAMER s basic programming for game consoles (Xbox 360 and/or PSX Playstation) and four primary audio/video components, and you did not use MEDIA, you can take advantage of the MEDIA function to program a 5th audio/video component, such as TiVo or ipod docks. It s very simple. Here s how: STEP 1: Turn on the component you want to program. STEP 2: Refer to the pre-programmed code tables starting on page 34 and write down the code numbers listed for your component. The code numbers are listed by categories of devices, then by brand. See page 33 for a category list. STEP 3: Press down both the MEDIA button and the SELECT (SEL) button at the same time and hold them down for 3 seconds until the MEDIA LED light turns on. IMPORTANT: If you don t press a button within 20 seconds, the LED light will turn off and exit the set-up mode and you will need to start over. 23

26 STEP 4: Press the component button you want to set-up in the MEDIA component button. STEP 5: Point the GAMER at the component you want to program and enter the 3-digit set-up code listed in the Code Tables. Once you enter the correct code number, the component will turn off. If the component does not turn off, enter the next code numbers listed for your component until it turns off. STEP 6: Now, turn on the component and test the the VOLUME and CHANNEL buttons (for TV) or the PLAY and STOP buttons (for VCR and DVD) to make sure that they all work. If any of the functions do not work properly, repeat Step 5 using the next code number listed for your component until you find a perfect match. STEP 7: Once you ve found a correct code, you must save it. Press the MEDIA component button you just programmed one more time to store the code number. The MEDIA component LED light will blink three times to confirm that the code was successfully stored. 24

27 Finding a Device Button s Set-up Code Number If you used the Auto-Search Method to program a component, you may not actually know what the correct code number is. Here is a way for you to identify what that code number is, so you can make a note in the back of this Manual for future reference. STEP 1: Press and hold the SEL and the desired component button you would like to verify for approximately three seconds until the component LED light turns on. IMPORTANT: If you don t press a button within 20 seconds, the LED light will turn off and exit the set-up mode and you will need to start over. 25

28 STEP 2: Press the INFO button and count the number of times the component LED light blinks. This number indicates the first digit of the code. Now it will pause for one second and blink again to indicate the number of the second digit. And again, it will pause and blink to indicate the number of the third digit. 10 blinks represents the number 0. For example: One blink, pause, eight blinks, pause and three blinks indicate code number

29 Erasing Commands Overview You can erase a single learned command, all learned commands in each component mode, SimpleSound programming, MacroPower commands, or re-set the remote to original factory default settings, if desired. SECTION 1: Erasing a Single Learned Command STEP 1: To erase a single command, press and hold both the component button and the ENTER (ENT) button together for about 3 seconds until the component LED light turns on. IMPORTANT: If you don t press a button within 20 seconds, the LED light will turn off and exit the set-up mode and you will need to start over. 27

30 STEP 2: Now, press and hold the button you want to erase for 3 seconds. The component LED light will blink twice to confirm the erasure. STEP 3: Repeat Step 2 to erase any other buttons in the selected component s mode. STEP 4: To exit, press and hold both the component button and the ENTER (ENT) button until the component LED light blinks three times. 28

31 SECTION 2: Erasing All Learned Commands from One Component Mode This function allows you to erase all the learned commands from one component. For example, if you want to erase all learned commands on the TV component button because you bought a new TV, the process is very simple. STEP 1: Press and hold both the desired component button and the ENTER (ENT) button at the same time for about 3 seconds until the component LED light turns on. IMPORTANT: If you don t press a button within 20 seconds, the LED light will turn off and exit the set-up mode and you will need to start over. STEP 2: Press and hold both the desired component button you want to erase and the PAUSE button for about three seconds, until the component LED light blinks twice to confirm the erasure. STEP 3: To exit, press and hold both the component button and the ENTER (ENT) button until the component LED light blinks three times. 29

32 SECTION 3: Erasing SimpleSound Commands STEP 1: Press and hold the component button you want to erase volume control from, such as DVD or VCR and the SELECT (SEL) button at the same time for about three seconds until the component LED light turns on. STEP 2: Press the VOLUME UP button and then the same component button from Step 1. The component LED light will blink three times to confirm the erasure. Repeat Steps 1-2 to erase SimpleSound commands from other components. 30

33 SECTION 4: Erasing MacroPower Commands STEP 1: For erasing MacroPower commands on the POWER ON or SYSTEM OFF button, press and hold either the POWER ON or SYSTEM OFF button and the MUTE button simultaneously for 3 seconds until the component LED light turns on. IMPORTANT: If you don t press a button within 20 seconds, the LED light will turn off and exit the set-up mode and you will need to start over. STEP 2: Press the CHANNEL UP button to erase and exit the Erase mode. The component LED light will blink three times to confirm the erasure. 31

34 SECTION 5: Re-setting the Remote to Original Factory Default Settings If you want to start with a clean slate with the GAMER, you can re-set your remote to the original factory default settings. Press and hold both the 360 and RECORD buttons for about five seconds until the PSX component LED light blinks five times. All added information in the remote will be erased and the GAMER will return to the original factory default settings. 32

35 Pre-Programmed Code Tables The GAMER s Pre-Programmed code library is classified by component category (360, Media, PSX, TV, DVD, etc.). Some component categories actually include other types of components. For example, the MEDIA category includes Lighting Controls, ipod Docks and Custom Installation Products. (Reference the legend below.) Within each category, the code numbers are listed in rows by brand (Sony, Panasonic, B & K, etc.). Some brands have more than one three digit code for you to try. Just circle the correct row and refer to it while you setup. 360 PSX MEDIA TV Xbox 360 and Xbox Playstation Media Center PCs, Lighting Controls, ipod Docks, and Custom Installation Products TVs, Plasmas, Projectors and Monitors pages pages pages pages SAT/CBL Cable TV Tuner/Descrambler, Satellite pages Receivers, TiVo, Replay and Other DVR Receivers DVD AUDIO DVD Players, DVD Recorders, VCRs and TV/VCR Combos. Satellite Radios, Amps, Preamps and A/V Receivers pages pages NOTE: Following some Code Tables is a Command Locator. Use the Command Locator to locate additional commands. 33

36 360 (XBOX) CODE TABLE/COMMAND LOCATIONS BRAND CODE NUMBERS XBOX BUTTON NAME COMMAND ON XBOX SYSTEM OFF ON/OFF VOL+ VOL+ VOL- VOL- MUTE MUTE CH+ CH/PG+ CH- CH/PG- INPUT XBOX START START BACK OPEN/CLOSE MENU DVD MENU GUIDE TITLE INFO INFO EXIT BACK UP UP DOWN DOWN SEL OK LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT PAGE+/SKIP+ >I SKIP PAGE-/SKIP- I< REPLAY REC REC PLAY PLAY STOP STOP PAUSE PAUSE REW REW << FF FWD >> 1/TUNER 1 2/CD 2 ABC 3/DVD 3 DEF 34

37 360 COMMAND LOCATIONS BUTTON NAME COMMAND 4/VCR 4 GHI 5/TV 5 JKL 6/CABLE 6 MNO 7/SAT 7 PQRS 8/AUX 8 TUV 9/TAPE 9 WXYZ 0/PHONO (*) ENT ENTER Y/PIP ON-OFF Y/GUIDE X/PIP SWAP X A/PIP MOVE A B/PIP FREEZE B/LIVE TV Light 35

38 PSX (PlayStation) CODE TABLE/COMMAND LOCATIONS BRAND PLAYSTATION 001 CODE NUMBERS BUTTON NAME COMMAND ON POWER/RESET SYSTEM OFF POWER/RESET VOL+ VOL- MUTE CH+ SLOW I> CH- SLOW <I INPUT SUBTITLE START START BACK OPEN/CLOSE MENU MENU GUIDE TOP MENU INFO DISPLAY EXIT RETURN UP UP DOWN DOWN SEL ENTER LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT PAGE+/SKIP+ NEXT >>I PAGE-/SKIP- PREV I<< REC PLAY PLAY STOP STOP PAUSE PUASE REW SCAN << FF SCAN >> 1/TUNER 1 2/CD 2 3/DVD 3 36

39 PSX (PlayStation) COMMAND LOCATIONS BUTTON NAME COMMAND 4/VCR 4 5/TV 5 6/CABLE 6 7/SAT 7 8/AUX 8 9/TAPE 9 0/PHONO ENT SELECT Y/PIP ON-OFF O X/PIP SWAP X A/PIP MOVE B/PIP FREEZE Light 37

40 MEDIA CODE TABLES BRAND CODE NUMBERS MEDIA CENTER PC APPLE/iPod DELL DWIN FAROUDJA 184 GATEWAY HAUPPAUGE HP HUNTERDOUGLAS 219 KEYSPAN 297 NILES RUSSOUND 081 SIMA 082 SONY TOSHIBA MEDIA-LIGHTING CONTROLS BRAND CODE NUMBERS LITE-TOUCH LUTRON X XANTECH

41 MEDIA COMMAND LOCATIONS BUTTON NAME COMMAND ON POWER SYSTEM OFF POWER VOL+ VOL + VOL- VOL - MUTE MUTE CH+ CH/PG + CH- CH/PG - INPUT SUBTITLE START START BACK EJECT MENU TITLE (DVD MENU) GUIDE GUIDE INFO MORE INFO EXIT BACK UP UP DOWN DOWN SEL OK LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT PAGE+/SKIP+ SKIP >I PAGE-/SKIP- REPLAY I< REC REC PLAY PLAY STOP STOP PAUSE PAUSE REW REW << FF FF >> 1/TUNER 1 2/CD 2 ABC 3/DVD 3 DEF 4/VCR 4 GHI 5/TV 5 JKL 6/CABLE 6 MNO 7/SAT 7 PQRS 39

42 MEDIA COMMAND LOCATIONS BUTTON NAME COMMAND 08/AUX 8 TUV 9/TAPE 9 WXYZ /PHONO CLEAR ENT ENTER Y/PIP ON-OFF RECORDED TV X/PIP SWAP LIVE TV A/PIP MOVE ASPECT B/PIP FREEZE PRINT Light MEDIA-COMMAND LOCATIONS (LIGHT) BUTTON NAME COMMAND ON ON SYSTEM OFF OFF VOL+ VOL- MUTE CH+ CH- INPUT START BACK MENU GUIDE INFO EXIT UP UP/BRIGHT DOWN DOWN/DIM EL LEFT RIGHT PAGE+/SKIP+ PAGE-/SKIP- 40

43 MEDIA COMMAND LOCATIONS MEDIA-COMMAND LOCATIONS (LIGHT) BUTTON NAME COMMAND REC PLAY STOP PAUSE REW FF 1/TUNER 1 2/CD 2 3/DVD 3 4/VCR 4 5/TV 5 6/CABLE 6 7/SAT 7 8/AUX 8 9/TAPE 9 0/PHONO ENT 12 Y/PIP ON-OFF 13 X/PIP SWAP 14 A/PIP MOVE 15 B/PIP FREEZE 16 Light 41

44 TV CODE TABLES BRAND CODE TABLES ABEX 025 ADMIRAL ADVENT 247 ADVENTURA 002 AKAI A MARK AMPRO AMSTRAD 052 ANAM AOC APEX DIGITAL 006 AUDIOVOX 076 BARCO 233 BELCOR 116 BELL&HOWELL BLAUPUNKT 088 BROKSONIC 238 BROCKWOOD 116 CAIRN 201 CANDLE CAPEHART 058 CELEBRITY 070 CENTURION 197 CETRONIC 043 CITIZEN CLASSIC 043 CLP CLASSIC 161 COLORTYME CONCIERGE CONCERTO 004 CONTEC CORNEA 116 CORONADO 143 CRAIG

45 TV CODE TABLES BRAND CODE TABLES CROWN CURTIS MATHES CXC 043 DAEWOO DAYTRON DELL DIMENSIA 161 DREAMVISION 235 DUKANE DUMONT DURABRAND 096 DWIN DYNASTY 043 DYNATECH 062 EIKI 187 ELECTROBAND 070 ELECTROHOME ELEKTRA 072 EMERSON ENVISION ESA 323 FISHER FUJITSU FUNAI FUTURETECH 043 GATEWAY GE GIBRALTER GOLDSTAR HALL MARK 004 HITACHI HP

46 TV CODE TABLES BRAND CODE TABLES NFINITY 164 INFOCUS INTEQ INSIGNIA 350 JANEIL 002 JBL 164 JCB 070 JCPENNEY JENSEN 013 JVC KAWASHO KEC 043 KENWOOD KLOSS KLOSS NOVABEAM 002 KMC 143 KTV KURAZAI 072 LG LODGENET 072 LOEWE 164 LOGIK 072 LUXMAN 004 LXI MAGNAVOX MAJESTIC MARANTZ IMATSUI 164 MAXENT 242 MEGATRON MEMOREX METZ 088 MGA

47 TV CODE TABLES BRAND CODE TABLES MIDLAND MINERVA 088 MINUTZ 008 MITSUBISHI MONTGOMERY WARD MTC NAD NEC NET TV 202 NIKEI 043 NIKKO NUVISION 351 ONKING 043 ONWA 043 OPTIMUS 025 OPTONICA OPTOMA ORION 096 PANASONIC PHILCO PHILIPS PILOT 116 PIONEER PORTLAND PROSCAN PROTON PULSAR QUASAR RADIO SHACK RCA REALISTIC ROCTEC 186 RUNCO SAMPO

48 TV CODE TABLES BRAND CODE TABLES SAMSUNG SAMSUX 197 SANSUI 096 SANYO SCEPTRE 276 SCOTCH SCOTT SEARS SELECO SHARP SHOGUN 116 SIEMENS 088 SIGNATURE 072 SIMPSON 003 SOLE SONY SOUNDESIGN SPECTRICON 112 SSS SUPRA 116 SUPRE MACY 002 SUPREME 070 SVA 328 SYLVANIA SYNTAX OLEVIA TANDY 081 TATUNG TECHNICS TECHWOOD 004 TEKNIKA TELEFUNKEN TELERENT 072 TERA 172 TMK

49 TV CODE TABLES BRAND CODE TABLES TOSHIBA TOTEVISION 143 UNIVERSAL VICTOR 145 VIDEO CONCEPTS 146 VIDIKRON VIDTECH 004 VIEWSONIC 242 VIKING 002 WARDS WESTINGHOUSE YAMAHA YORK 004 YUPITERU 043 ZENITH ZONDA

50 TV COMMAND LOCATIONS BUTTON NAME COMMAND ON ON SYSTEM OFF OFF VOL+ VOL+ VOL- VOL- MUTE MUTE CH+ CH+ CH- CH- INPUT TV/VCR START FAVORITES BACK LAST MENU MENU GUIDE GUIDE INFO INFO EXIT EXIT UP UP DOWN DOWN SEL SEL/OK LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT PAGE+/SKIP+ PIP CH+/SLEEP PAGE-/SKIP- PIP CH-/CC REC PLAY STOP PAUSE REW FF 1/TUNER 1 2/CD 2 3/DVD 3 4/VCR 4 5/TV 5 6/CABLE 6 7/SAT 7 48

51 TV COMMAND LOCATIONS BUTTON NAME COMMAND 8/AUX 8 9/TAPE 9 0/PHONO ENT ENTER Y/PIP ON-OFF PIP/POP X/PIP SWAP PIP SWAP A/PIP MOVE PIP MOVE B/PIP FREEZE PIP FREEZE Light 49

52 SAT/CABLE CODE TABLES BRAND CODE NUMBERS CABLE BOXES ABC ADELPHIA ADVANCED NEWHOUSE 043 ALTRIO 043 AMERICAST 099 ARMSTONG 074 AT&T BROADBAND 074 ATLANTIC BROADBAND BELL SOUTH 099 BLUE RIDGE BRESNAN 074 BRIGHT HOUSE BUCKEYE COMM 074 CABLEVISION CHARTER COGECO 074 COMCAST COMSAT 074 COX DIGITAL EAGLE EASTERN 057 GEMINI 008 GENERAL INSTRUMENT GNC 099 GOLDEN CHANNEL 030 HAMLIN HITACHI INSIGHT 074 JERROLD MAGNAVOX MASSILLON 074 MEDIACOM 74 MEMOREX 052 MOTOROLA

53 SAT/CABLE CODE TABLES BRAND CODE NUMBERS MOVIE TIME 028 MOXI 111 NCTC 074 NSC OAK PACE PANASONIC PARAGON 052 PHILIPS PIONEER PULSAR 052 RCA 047 RCN 074 REGAL REGENCY 057 RODGERS 043 SAMSUNG 030 SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA SEREN 043 SERVICE ELECTRIC 074 SHAW 074 SIGECOM 043 SONY 108 SPRUCER 047 STARCOM STARGATE SUSQUEHANNA TIME WARNER TOCOM TOSHIBA 052 UNITED CABLE VIDEOTRON 043 VIEWSTAR WIDE OPEN WEST

54 SAT/CABLE CODE TABLES BRAND CODE NUMBERS ZENITH SAT RECEIVERS BRAND CODE NUMBERS CABLEVISION 148 DIRECTV 173 DISH NETWORK ECHOSTAR EXPRESSVU GENERAL ELECTRIC GENERAL INSTRUMENT 148 GOI HITACHI HTS HUGHES JVC LG 170 MAGNAVOX 136 MEMOREX 136 MITSUBISHI MOTOROLA 148 NEXT LEVEL 148 PANASONIC PAYSAT 136 PHILIPS PROSCAN RADIOSHACK 148 RCA SAMSUNG SKY 164 SONY 115 STAR CHOICE 148 TOSHIBA UNIDEN

55 SAT/CABLE CODE TABLES SAT RECEIVERS BRAND CODE NUMBERS VOOM 148 ZENITH 159 DVR RECEIVERS BRAND CODE NUMBERS DISH NETWORK ECHOSTAR HUGHES 209 HUMAX 209 JVC PHILIPS REPLAY NETWORKS 200 SONY TIVO

56 BUTTON NAME CABLE BOXES ON SYSTEM OFF VOL+ VOL- MUTE CH+ CH- INPUT START BACK MENU GUIDE INFO EXIT UP DOWN SEL LEFT RIGHT PAGE+/SKIP+ PAGE-/SKIP- REC PLAY STOP PAUSE REW FF 1/TUNER 1 2/CD 2 3/DVD 3 4/VCR 4 5/TV 5 6/CABLE 6 7/SAT 7 8/AUX 8 9/TAPE 9 0/PHONO 0 COMMAND ON OFF VOL+ MUTE CH+ VOL- CH- VIDEO/BYPASS FAV LAST MENU GUIDE INFO EXIT UP DOWN SEL/OK LEFT RIGHT PAGE+ / PIP CH+ PAGE- / PIP CH- REC PLAY STOP PAUSE REW +10 * / PPV ENT Y/PIP ON-OFF X/PIP SWAP A/PIP MOVE SAT/CABLE COMMAND LOCATIONS FF ENTER/ MUSIC PIP ON.OFF SWAP, A / DAY- MOVE, B / DAY+ B/PIP FREEZE LIST, C / HELP Light Light 54

57 SAT/RECEIVER COMMAND LOCATIONS BUTTON NAME SATELLITE RECEIVERS ON SYSTEM OFF VOL+ VOL- MUTE CH+ CH- INPUT START BACK MENU GUIDE INFO EXIT UP DOWN SEL LEFT RIGHT PAGE+/SKIP+ PAGE-/SKIP- REC PLAY STOP PAUSE REW FF 1/TUNER 1 2/CD 2 3/DVD 3 4/VCR 4 5/TV 5 COMMAND ON OFF VOL+ MUTE CH+ VOL- CH- INPUT FAV LAST MENU GUIDE INFO EXIT UP DOWN SEL/OK LEFT RIGHT PAGE+/THUMBS UP PAGE-/THUMBS DN REC PLAY STOP PAUSE REW FF 6/CABLE 6 7/SAT 7 55

58 SAT/CABLE COMMAND LOCATIONS BUTTON NAME COMMAND DVD PLAYERS 8/AUX 8 9/TAPE 9 0/PHONO *, (-) ENT ENTER Y/PIP ON-OFF PIP/REPLAY X/PIP SWAP SWAP/ADVANCE A/PIP MOVE POSITION/SLOW B/PIP FREEZE RECOVER/LIVE TV Light 56

59 BRAND CODE NUMBERS DVD PLAYERS AIWA 146 ALPINE 098 APEX DIGITAL BROKSONIC 130 CINEVISION 091 DENON DURABRAND 091 DVD EMERSON FISHER 147 FUNAI 143 GE GOLDSTAR 091 GO VIDEO HARMAN KARDON HITACHI 101 INTEGRA JBL 084 JVC 012 KENWOOD 151 KLH 135 KRELL 104 LEXICON 148 LG MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MERIDIAN 153 MICROSOFT 027 MITSUBISHI 017 MYRYAD NAD 088 NAKAMICHI 103 ONKYO OPTIMUS 107 DVD CODE TABLES 57

60 DVD CODE TABLES BRAND CODE NUMBERS ORION 130 PANASONIC PHILIPS PHILIPS-MAGNAVOX PIONEER POLAROID 233 POLK AUDIO PROCEED 086 PROSCAN RCA SAMSUNG SANSUI 154 SANYO 147 SEARS 130 SENSORY SCIENCE 222 SHARP 094 SONY SYLVANIA 143 SYMPHONIC 143 TATUNG 102 TEAC 107 TECHNICS 042 TECHWOOD 088 THOMPSON TOSHIBA VENTURER 149 X-BOX 027 YAMAHA ZENITH

61 DVD CODE TABLES DVD Recorders BRAND CODE NUMBERS GO VIDEO PANASONIC 139 SENSORY SCIENCE 222 SONY 191 TOSHIBA 188 DVD-TV/DVD Combos BRAND CODE NUMBERS AIWA 146 FUNAI 143 SAMSUNG 165 SYLVANIA 143 SYMPHONIC 143 TOSHIBA 130 DVD-TV/DVD/VCR Combos BRAND CODE NUMBERS MAGNAVOX 143 PANASONIC 144 SYLVANIA 143 TOSHIBA 164 DVD-DVD/VCR Combos BRAND CODE NUMBERS GO VIDEO 137 PANASONIC 150 PHILIPS 105 (VCR Functions for VCR 067) SAMSUNG SANSUI

62 DVD CODE TABLES DVD-DVD/VCR Combos BRAND CODE NUMBERS SONY TOSHIBA 141 ZENITH 091 (VCR Functions for VCR101) VCRs BRAND CODE NUMBERS AIWA AKAI AMPRO 572 ANAM 531 AUDIO DYNAMICS BROKSONIC CANON CAPEHART 608 CRAIG CURTIS MATHES DAEWOO DAYTRON 608 DBX DYNATECH ELECTROHOME 559 EMERSON FISHER FUNAI 534 GE GO VIDEO GOLDSTAR HARMAN KARDON HITACHI INSTANTREPLAY 531 JCL

63 DVD CODE TABLES VCRs BRAND CODE NUMBERS JCPENNEY JENSEN 543 JVC KENWOOD LG LLOYD 534 LXI MAGIN 540 MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MARTA 601 MATSUI MEI 531 MEMOREX MGA MINOLTA MITSUBISHI MTC MULTITECH NEC NORDMENDE 543 OPTONICA ORION 525 PANASONIC PENTAX PHILCO PHILIPS PILOT 601 PIONEER PORTLAND 608 PULSAR 572 QUARTZ

64 DVD CODE TABLES VCR Combos BRAND CODE NUMBERS QUASAR RADIO SHACK 623 RCA REALISTIC RICO 558 RUNCO 648 SALORA 514 SAMSUNG SANSUI SANYO SCOTT SEARS SHARP SHINTOM 524 SIGNATURE 534 SONY SOUNDESIGN 534 STS 513 SYLVANIA SYMPHONIC 534 TANDY TATUNG TEAC TECHNICS TEKNIKA THOMAS 534 TMK 506 TOSHIBA TOTEVISION UNITECH

65 DVD CODE TABLES VCRs BRAND CODE NUMBERS VECTOR RESEARCH 512 VICTOR 548 VIDEO CONCEPTS VIDEOSONIC 540 WARDS YAMAHA ZENITH VCR TV/VCR Combos BRAND CODE NUMBERS DAEWOO EMERSON 653 FUNAI 534 GOLDSTAR HITACHI 534 JCPENNEY 601 LG LLOYD 534 MAGNAVOX MEMOREX 601 PANASONIC PHILIPS RADIO SHACK 623 RCA 534 SEARS 601 SONY SYLVANIA 567 SYMPHONIC 534 THOMAS 534 ZENITH

66 DVD COMMAND LOCATIONS BUTTON NAME COMMAND ON ON SYSTEM OFF OFF VOL+ VOL+ VOL- VOL- MUTE MUTE CH+ CH- INPUT INPUT / DVD START ZOOM / VCR BACK OP/CL /HDD MENU MENU GUIDE SETUP INFO INFO EXIT EXIT UP UP DOWN DOWN SEL SEL/OK LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT PAGE+/SKIP+ SKIP + PAGE-/SKIP- SKIP - REC REC PLAY PLAY STOP STOP PAUSE PAUSE REW REW FF FF 1/TUNER 1 2/CD 2 3/DVD 3 4/VCR 4 5/TV 5 6/CABLE 6 7/SAT 7 64

67 DVD/VCR COMMAND LOCATIONS BUTTON NAME COMMAND 8/AUX 8 9/TAPE 9 0/PHONO ENT ENTER Y/PIP ON-OFF X/PIP SWAP A/PIP MOVE B/PIP FREEZE Light DVD COMMAND LOCATIONS (VCR) BUTTON NAME COMMAND ON ON SYSTEM OFF OFF VOL+ VOL+ VOL- VOL- MUTE MUTE CH+ CH+/TRK+ CH- CH-/TRK- INPUT TV/VCR START BACK MENU MENU GUIDE INFO EXIT UP DOWN SEL LEFT RIGHT PAGE+/SKIP+ 65

68 DVD/VCR COMMAND LOCATIONS BUTTON NAME COMMAND PAGE-/SKIP- REC REC PLAY PLAY STOP STOP PAUSE PAUSE REW REW FF FF 1/TUNER 1 2/CD 2 3/DVD 3 4/VCR 4 5/TV 5 6/CABLE 6 7/SAT 7 8/AUX 8 9/TAPE 9 0/PHONO ENT ENTER Y/PIP ON-OFF X/PIP SWAP A/PIP MOVE B/PIP FREEZE Light 66

69 AUDIO CODE TABLES BRAND CODE NUMBERS ADC 007 ADCOM AIWA AKAI 189 AMC ANGSTROM 142 ANTHEM ARCAM ATLANTIC TECHNOLOGY 342 AUDIO FILE 071 AUDIO MATRIX 167 AUDIO TECHNICA 134 B & K BOSE BOSTON ACOUSTICS 447 CARVER CINEMA SOUND 134 CITATION CLARION 026 DELPHI 515 DENON ELAN ENLIGHTENED AUDIO ESCIENT FISHER FLEXTRONICS 378 FOSGATE AUDIONICS GE 056 GOLDSTAR 008 HARMAN KARDON HITACHI 020 INTEGRA 275 JAMO 398 JCPENNEY

70 AUDIO CODE TABLES BRAND CODE NUMBERS JENSEN 058 JVC KENWOOD KLH 331 KOSS 216 KRELL KYOCERA 007 LEXICON LINN LUXMAN LXI 056 MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MCINTOSH MERIDIAN MITSUBISHI MONDIAL MYRYAD NAD NAKAMICHI NEC 176 NIRO 343 NILES 403 ONKYO OPTIMUS OUTLAW 342 PANASONIC PARASOUND PHILIPS PIONEER POLKAUDIO 515 PROCEED RCA REALISTIC

71 AUDIO CODE TABLES BRAND CODE NUMBERS ROTEL RUSSOUND SAMSUNG 016 SANSUI SANYO SCOTT SHARP SHERWOOD SONY SOUNDESIGN 036 SSI 068 SUNFIRE TEAC TECHNICS THETA DIGITAL 136 TOSHIBA XM STELLITE RADIO 515 YAMAHA ZENITH SATELLILTE RADIOS BRAND CODE NUMBERS DELPHI 515 POLKAUDIO 515 SONY 380 XM STELLITE RADIO

72 AUDIO COMMAND LOCATIONS BUTTON NAME COMMAND ON ON SYSTEM OFF OFF VOL+ VOL+ VOL- VOL- MUTE MUTE CH+ PRESET+ CH- PRESET+ INPUT BAND(FM/AM) START MULTI CH BACK MENU MENU GUIDE INFO DISPLAY EXIT EXIT/RETURN UP UP DOWN DOWN SEL SEL/OK LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT PAGE+/SKIP+ DSP+/MODE+ PAGE-/SKIP- DSP-/MODE- REC REC PLAY PLAY STOP STOP PAUSE PAUSE REW REW FF FF 1/TUNER TUNER 2/CD CD 3/DVD DVD 4/VCR VCR/V1 5/TV TV/V2 6/CABLE CABLE/V3 7/SAT SAT/V4 70

73 AUDIO COMMAND LOCATIONS BUTTON NAME 8/AUX 9/TAPE 0/PHONO +10 ENT Y/PIP ON-OFF X/PIP SWAP A/PIP MOVE B/PIP FREEZE Light COMMAND AUX TAPE PHONO 71

74 Frequently Asked Questions If the batteries run out, will I lose my settings? No. The GAMER stores all of your settings in non-volatile FLASH memory. You could remove the batteries for months, replace them at your convenience, and the GAMER would still remember your settings. What is MacroPower? MacroPower is a very useful way to make a lot of things happen with one button push. For example, in most home theaters, to watch television, the user must turn on the TV, then turn on the Cable Box or the Satellite Receiver, then turn on the Surround Sound system for sound. Instead of pressing all of those buttons one at a time, MacroPower enables you to turn on all of these components, in the sequence you want, with one button push. For more information on why and how you should program MacroPower commands, refer to page 21 in this Manual. What if my remote control no longer works from a distance? Replace the batteries with new Alkaline batteries. Who can I call for more answers? The Universal Remote Control technical support and customer service staff are ready to answer any questions you might have. us at or Call us at Monday Friday, 9AM to 6PM (EST) 72

75 Warranty USA Limited Warranty Statement UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL, INC. warrants this product against defects in material or workmanship for a period of one (1) year and as set forth below. Universal Remote Control will, at its sole option, repair the product using new or comparable rebuilt parts, or exchange the product for a comparable new or rebuilt product. This warranty does apply to the following: Units purchased from unauthorized resellers. Units purchased second-hand (used). Units installed or deployed for rental or commercial use. Damage caused by misuse, neglect, or acts of nature. Products that have been modified or incorporated into other products. Products purchased more than 12 months ago. Specifications Learning Capability Macro Capability 160 IR commands at standard frequencies (15kHz to 100kHz) 2 Macro buttons, up to 20 steps each IR Range (Line of Sight via Infrared) Weight Size 0-50 feet, depending on the environment 6.9 oz. (with batteries) 2 1/8 x 1 1/8 x 8 3/4 Batteries Two AA Alkaline batteries included 73

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77 Felicitaciones! Felicitaciones por la compra del control remoto para el GAMER Universal de Universal Remote Control. Ahora tiene usted la solución final para el control de sus juegos en el Teatro de su Hogar! El GAMER TM ya viene programado para operar sus consolas de juego y de Medios PC al sacarlo de la caja. Con su amplia biblioteca de códigos preprogramados y de aprendizaje, el GAMER puede operar miles de componentes de audio y video hasta dispositivos ipod! Todo lo que necesita conocer acerca de la programación del GAMER está contenido en este Manual. Manual del Propietario GAMER 2006 Universal Remote Control, Inc. La información en este manual está protegida por derechos de autor. Ninguna parte de este manual puede ser copiada o reproducida en forma alguna sin el consentimiento previo por escrito de Universal Remote Control, Inc. Universal Remote Control, Inc. no será responsable por errores/omisiones operativas, técnicas o editoriales hechas en este manual. La información en este manual puede estar sujeta a cambios sin aviso previo. GAMERMC es marca comercial registrada de Universal Remote Control, Inc. Todas las otras marcas o nombres de productos son marcas comerciales o marcas comerciales registradas de sus respectivas compañías u organizaciones. 500 Mamaroneck Avenue, Harrison, NY Teléfono: (914) Fax: (914)

78 Contenido Cómo Comenzar Control de Consolas de Juego y hasta 6 Componentes...76 Botones para Activar Componentes...76 La Función de Medios...76 Características Especiales SimpleSound TM...77 MacroPower TM...77 Capacidad de Aprendizaje...77 Instalación de Baterías...78 Ubicación de Controles GAME...79 Botón de Luz...80 Configuración SECCIÓN 1: Método de Códigos Preprogramados SECCIÓN 2: Método de Búsqueda Automática Preprogramada...85 SECCIÓN 3: Método de Aprendizaje...87 Configuración Avanzada SECCIÓN 1: SimpleSound TM y Otros Punch Throughs SECCIÓN 2: MacroPower TM...94 SECCIÓN 3: Botón de Función de Medios...96 Cómo encontrar el Número de Código de Configuración de un Componente

79 Cómo Borrar los Comandos Reseña General SECCIÓN 1: Cómo Borrar un Solo Comando Aprendido SECCIÓN 2: Cómo Borrar Todos los Comandos Aprendidos de un Componente SECCIÓN 3: Cómo Borrar los Comandos SimpleSound TM SECCIÓN 4: Cómo Borrar los Comandos MacroPower TM SECCIÓN 5: Cómo Reponer GAMER a los Valores por Defecto Originales de Fábrica Tablas de Códigos Preprogramados PSX Medios TV CABLE/SAT DVD/VCR AUDIO Preguntas Más Frecuentes Garantía Especificaciones

80 Cómo Comenzar Control de Consolas de Juego y hasta 6 Componentes El GAMER está diseñado para controlar consolas de juego y hasta 6 componentes de audio y video diferentes. Ha sido programado para operar su XBox 360, Play Station y Centro de Medios PC des de el momento que se le saca de la caja! El GAMER tiene también una amplia biblioteca de códigos para operar prácticamente todas las marcas de componentes de Audio, TV, DVD, Cable y Satélite hasta dispositivos ipod! Una Presión Activa los Botones de Todos los Componentes Una vez que ha programado el GAMER para todos sus componentes de audio y video, todo lo que tiene que hacer es presionar un botón de componente y todos los botones en el GAMER trabajarán con el componente que acaba de presionar. Por ejemplo, si presionó el botón del componente TV, todos los botones en el GAMER trabajarán con su TV. Si presiona el botón del componente DVD, todos los botones en el GAMER trabajarán con su DVD. Botón TV La Función de MEDIOS El botón del dispositivo de MEDIOS ha sido programado para operar un Centro de Medios PC, o puede ser designado para operar cualquier 5to. componente adicional de audio y video que pueda usted tener en su sistema tal como dispositivos TiVo o ipod. 76

81 Características Especiales Además, el GAMER también ofrece las siguientes características especiales que pueden ofrecerle ventajas de ahorro de tiempo: Capacidad de Aprendizaje El GAMER tiene una Capacidad de Aprendizaje que le permite realmente aprender funciones de otros controles remotos. SimpleSound TM El Control de Volumen SimpleSound es una característica dinámica que le da total control del volumen sobre todos los componentes en su sistema, hasta aquellos que no tienen su propio control de volumen incorporado, tales como TiVo, DVD y VCR. MacroPower TM Ésta es una característica exclusiva que le permite ENCENDER y APAGAR todos sus componentes, a la misma vez, bastando presionar un botón. Estas características especiales serán tratadas en mayor detalle más adelante en el Manual. 77

82 Instalación de las Baterías Inserte las dos baterías AA que están incluidas en el paquete dentro del compartimento para baterías situado en la parte posterior de su control remoto. Basta presionar la aleta y levantar la cubierta. Por favor, asegúrese de insertar las baterías correctamente como lo ve en el diagrama. Una vez que las baterías estén correctamente instaladas, vuelva a colocar la cubierta. Inserte las baterías correctamente 78

83 Ubicación de Controles GAMER Botón Encender Botones del Sistema de Juego Botón SYSTEM OFF [Apagar Sistema] Botones de COMPONENTES Botón FLECHA ARRIBA Botón DE FLECHA ABAJO Botones de Funciones BOTÓN DE LUZ Botones del Funciones del Juego 79

84 Botón de LUZ Oprima el botón de LUZ para iluminar por atrás todos los botones. Par apagar la iluminación posterior, oprima el botón de LUZ nuevamente, o espere 10 segundos y la iluminación posterior se apagará automáticamente. BOTÓN DE LUZ 80

85 Configuración Especial de su GAMER Hay tres maneras en las que puede programar su control remoto para trabajar con sus componentes A/V: El Método de Códigos Preprogramados (página 81) El Método de Búsqueda Automática (página 85) El Método de Aprendizaje (página 87) El Método de Códigos Preprogramados le permite configurar todos los botones a la vez, por lo que es el más rápido y fácil de los tres métodos. El Método de Búsqueda Automática escanea a través de todos los códigos en el control remoto, uno por uno. El Método de Aprendizaje le permite transferir funciones de su control remoto antiguo a GAMER, un botón a la vez. * * * * * SECCIÓN 1: Método de Códigos Preprogramados PASO 1: Los códigos preprogramados de 3 dígitos se encuentran en la parte final de este Manual de Instrucción (comenzando en la página 34). Los códigos están listados por categoría de componente (es decir, TV, VCR, DVD, etc.), luego por marca. Por ejemplo, si desea ubicar un código para un TV Sony, primero ubique la categoría TV y luego busque la marca Sony. 81

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