Does anyone have the remote control and a way to share its IR codes?I, and many others no doubt, would be extremely grateful if someone would provide the remote control IR codes here. I’ve...
Respuesta a "Does anyone have the remote control and a way to share its IR codes?"Drum roll please….. (If the detail below is confusing, learn about and use IrScrutinizer!) The answer is protocol: NEC1 device: 2 subdevice: N/A (selecting 0, -1, or blank/null will generate the same codes) functionname,protocol,device,subdevice,function down,NEC1,2,-1,1 mute,NEC1,2,-1,2 right,NEC1,2,-1,8 up,NEC1,2,-1,9 left,NEC1,2,-1,10 OK,NEC1,2,-1,11 back,NEC1,2,-1,13 vol up,NEC1,2,-1,17 vol down,NEC1,2,-1,21 power on off toggle,NEC1,2,-1,29 Menu,NEC1,2,-1,30 source,NEC1,2,-1,31
Respuesta a "How can I get a replacement remote control?"If you purchased from amazon and have your amazon order id, you can request a free replacement remote to be sent out to you from dbpower (dbpower.co). If you are really nice and persistent (as I was), they may even send you the replacement remote even if you misplaced your order id (like I did). A huge thank you to MJ, Dom, and Ted at DBPower for being so helpful! The universal projector remote mentioned above is unlikely to work as the user manual does not list that it supports DBPower devices. After i recieved my replacement remote and determined its IR signals, I searched the irdb database for other devices that matched and although none matched exactly (you’d have to press menu for volume up, for example) there are some obscure brands that have used NEC1 Device 2 in products before… so there is at least a possibility that some universal remote somewhere may work a little (likely only by coincidence, and likely only a few buttons would work). If you have a programmable universal remote, you may be able...