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Programming V6 remote to control av amp

Ashburnian
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Hi everyone, any help appreciated on this, I am upgrading next week TiVo to V6, some years ago I managed to sort my TiVo remote to control my Denon av amp volume but cannot remember how I did it. Hopefully someone on here will have a better memory than this old git so I can do the same with my new V6 remote.

Thanks

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newapollo
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Hi @Ashburnian 

Try this method (you might need new batteries for your remote and a lot of patience)

  1. Make sure the AV device and your V6 box are switched on
  2. Press and hold down Clear and Volume Down at the same time until the light on top of the remote flashes green twice
  3. Enter the code 1999 to access the AV device code database – the LED will flash green twice
  4. Point the remote at the AV device and press channel up repeatedly until a code mutes the volume for the device – the LED will flash green each time a code is sent
  5. When the volume turns off, press Mute to turn the volume back on
  6. Press Volume Up / Down and Mute to check that the remote is working with your device. If it doesn’t work, continue to search using Channel Up until the next code turns off the volume, and repeat steps 5 and 6
  7. When the Volume and Mute keys work, press OK to store the code. The LED will then flash green twice

If you reach the end of the code database, the light on top of the remote will give an extended red flash and exit programming mode.

NOTE: If you think you’ve missed the code for the AV device, you can work backwards through the code database by pressing the channel down button at any time.

You can also try the Denom amp codes 1001, 1087, 1109, and  1234  taken from the following list

https://assets.virginmedia.com/help/assets/documents/audio_remote_code_list.pdf 

Dave
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newapollo
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Hi @Ashburnian 

Try this method (you might need new batteries for your remote and a lot of patience)

  1. Make sure the AV device and your V6 box are switched on
  2. Press and hold down Clear and Volume Down at the same time until the light on top of the remote flashes green twice
  3. Enter the code 1999 to access the AV device code database – the LED will flash green twice
  4. Point the remote at the AV device and press channel up repeatedly until a code mutes the volume for the device – the LED will flash green each time a code is sent
  5. When the volume turns off, press Mute to turn the volume back on
  6. Press Volume Up / Down and Mute to check that the remote is working with your device. If it doesn’t work, continue to search using Channel Up until the next code turns off the volume, and repeat steps 5 and 6
  7. When the Volume and Mute keys work, press OK to store the code. The LED will then flash green twice

If you reach the end of the code database, the light on top of the remote will give an extended red flash and exit programming mode.

NOTE: If you think you’ve missed the code for the AV device, you can work backwards through the code database by pressing the channel down button at any time.

You can also try the Denom amp codes 1001, 1087, 1109, and  1234  taken from the following list

https://assets.virginmedia.com/help/assets/documents/audio_remote_code_list.pdf 

Dave
I don't work for Virgin Media.
I'm a Very Insightful Person, I'm here to share knowledge.
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