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Discrete codes for Technics SA-DX940 Reciever
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Post 1 made on Thursday December 27, 2001 at 09:17
Founding Member
December 2001
Hello there,

Im new to the world of pronto and from what i have seen I like it, no scratch it.

Has anyone got any discrete codes for the above device. Preferably on/off but any others would help.

Post 2 made on Thursday December 27, 2001 at 12:54
Loyal Member
May 2001
There are 2 SA-DX930s and 1 SA-DX950 in the Files Section. Close Model Numbers often use the same Codes. You might even pick up some functions that aren't on your OEM Remote.


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Post 3 made on Wednesday September 25, 2013 at 22:11
Lurking Member
September 2013
I hope someone finds this. I'm trying to IR codes for the SA-DX950 to use with my Crestron system. I found 3 files in the files area but they are ccf and pcf files and I don't know how to open them so I can read the actual IR codes to program into my Crestron system.
Post 4 made on Thursday September 26, 2013 at 21:34
Lyndel McGee
RC Moderator
August 2001
Download ProntoEdit 4.0.2 from the Classic Pronto Files section and you can open the CCF file. If you download ProntoEditProNG (PPENG) from the Next Generation Pronto Files area (for TSU3000/7000), you can open PCF files and also 'Import' CCF files.

This will allow you to see the Pronto Hex for the codes in question. I strongly recommend using ProntoEdit 4 on CCF files as the PPENG editor may shorten NEC-based codes to a form that may not easily be usable by Crestron.
Lyndel McGee
Philips Pronto Addict/Beta Tester

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