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Old January 26th 18, 11:47 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
Paul[_32_]
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Mark Twain wrote:
I don't have a page 6; All that came with
the DVD player is (1) page of specifications
and instructions in sections and (1) sheet
for set-up with diagrams.

There is no user guide manual with (6) pages.
However I'm still looking/reading the
different sections and perhaps that's
what you were referring to?

Thanks,
Robert


Did you try this PDF file ?

It's dvpsr510h.pdf .

https://data2.manualslib.com/pdf2/23...033895d7e9ee6b

"Controlling TVs with the remote

You can control the sound level, input source,
and power switch of your Sony TV with the
supplied [DVD player] remote.

If your TV is listed in the table below,
set the appropriate manufacturer’s code.

When you replace the batteries of the remote,
set the appropriate code number again.
"

That implies the DVD remote stores the manufacturer
number of the TV set it's talking to over CEC.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Consum...ronics_Control

"Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) is a feature of HDMI
designed to allow users to command and control devices
connected through HDMI by using only one remote control.
"

"The bus is electrically identical to the AV.link protocol,
but CEC adds a detailed higher-level message protocol.

Single wire rather than two wires.

417 bit/s
"

That means it's about as slow as the very first modems.
And it uses one wire inn the HDMI cable, to pass
control messages along the cable.

For most people (who don't enjoy figuring stuff out),
the main advantage is the power button on one
remote, turns multiple hardware toys on and off
at the same time. So the DVD player and TV
go on and off as a "team". That's if you program
the remote with the appropriate code from the
table on page 6 of the PDF.

Make sure that's the correct PDF for your DVD player.

Paul
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Old January 27th 18, 03:32 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
Mark Twain
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I don't know where you find these great links,
because I tried to search for one and couldn't
find it.

Thanks very much, I appreciate it!

Robert

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Old January 27th 18, 06:03 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
Paul in Houston TX
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Mark Twain wrote:
I don't know where you find these great links,
because I tried to search for one and couldn't
find it.

Thanks very much, I appreciate it!

Robert


You posted the link on Jan 23!



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Old January 28th 18, 05:24 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
Mark Twain
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Your absolutely right!

I guess with everything happening all
at once I got overloaded and couldn't
see the forest for the trees.

Thanks,
Robert
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Old January 28th 18, 06:12 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
Paul in Houston TX[_2_]
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Mark Twain wrote:
Your absolutely right!

I guess with everything happening all
at once I got overloaded and couldn't
see the forest for the trees.

Thanks,
Robert


You certainly went through a lot in short time.
Hooking 230v to a 115v system is an easy mistake to make and we are aways
mindful of that with our monitoring equipment.
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Old January 28th 18, 03:31 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
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As I told the manager who didn't believe
me at first, 'you may have to pay for the
damages but I have to live with them'.

However, thanks to you guys and your patience
with me, I found the right TV and size and DVD
player, and found a new set of my Harmon Karon
speakers for the computer on eBay and also the
same stereo I had and got a new refrigerator out
of the deal and my heater repaired but I wouldn't
want to go through that [email protected]

I still have to send the tuner out for repair
though.

Many Thanks,
Robert

 




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