|Post 1 made on Wednesday September 25, 2019 at 22:12|
I have a bunch of MX-980 remotes that have served me well for many years. They do everything I need so I have no plans to replace them. Unfortunately my Denon AVR receiver of about 15 years finally crapped out, probably because of a bad capacitor or two. I was resisting upgrading it, although its inability to accept HDMI inputs was making things more difficult. Then Amazon announced that it would no longer support the only Roku device that I could connect to my tv, so I had to replace the tv and the Denon receiver. Of course, the replacements are not in the version of the URC Pre-Programmed IR Database that I have in my software. I realize it is possible to have the MX-980s learn each and every code but it sure would be a convenience to have them already prelabeled and programmed. If anyone has access to a pre-programmed code database that includes gear released in 2018, I would be very grateful if you could help me out with a copy of the database. Thanks in advance for your consideration.
|OP | Post 2 made on Sunday October 6, 2019 at 16:10 |
Solved this myself. Apparently my version of CCP was too old to access the update feature, so I was able to pick up a newer version that has the current library of pre-programmed codes.
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