If you have the discrete code in a CCF file you can use the universal browser (in the editor for the MX 850) to bring it into your configuration. You don't need to have a Pronto to use the CCF.
If you have Pronto Hex for the Sony signal AND you have the new MX-850 editor that can read Pronto Hex directly (I don't have it) you can paste it in without even using a CCF file.
If you just have the code numbers, such as you might find on the web site of Sony codes ( [Link: hifi-remote.com]
) you can use MakeHex and IrPanels to create a CCF file.
The DVD section of that site ( [Link: hifi-remote.com]
) says the power On and Off discretes are commands 46 and 47. The Protocol is Sony20. The device number is one of 26.73, 26.34, 26.250, or 26.18 depending on which "mode" the DVD player is configured for. The text there suggests 26.250 is most likely for a new DVD recorder.
Last edited by johnsfine
on September 14, 2006 14:09.