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#98215 - 11/08/18 07:07 PM Pioneer plasma TV remote code
itslow Offline
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Does the 975 remote support the 2008-era Pioneer plasma displays? Specifically the PDP-6010FD. I don’t see a code in the manual, and tried those for other device types to no avail. Would be nice to eliminate the Pioneer remote as I only use if for the built-in OTA tuner.
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#98216 - 11/15/18 09:12 AM Re: Pioneer plasma TV remote code [Re: itslow]
Outlaw Ben Offline

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Did you try 0051, 0201, 0951, 1091, 1491, 1571, 1651, 1831, 1881, 1961, 2151, 2711, and 2801 listed under TV, Panasonic? If so, then your TV's IR hex codes are not accessible via the Model 975's remote.

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#98223 - 11/19/18 06:12 AM Re: Pioneer plasma TV remote code [Re: itslow]
itslow Offline
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Registered: 04/06/06
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I only tried the codes listed for Pioneer products. I didn't try any of the codes listed for Panasonic TVs.

Looking at the 990 manual, it had Pioneer TV codes. Seems odd that legacy codes would be dropped on new products; are the processors really that tight on memory?

I will try both the Panasonic TV codes listed as well as the old Pioneer codes to see if any of those do anything. If not, next stop will be a Harmony remote.
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#98224 - 11/20/18 05:32 AM Re: Pioneer plasma TV remote code [Re: itslow]
Outlaw Ben Offline

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If you mean the AV processor, and not the chipset in the remote, that is not how it works. The roughly 4 digit code you enter into the remote tells it how to transmit the IR signal via pulse width modulation and which carrier frequency to operate on. The processor simply receives the IR. You may find this helpful if you wish to know more about remote control via IR: https://learn.adafruit.com/ir-sensor/ir-remote-signals . I'd note, these remotes were never intended to compete with Logitech Harmony remotes; they are not learning remotes, will not have nearly as many options for number of devices to control, and do not have a continually update-able database.

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