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Pioneer XV-DV313 & universal remote
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Post 1 made on Sunday February 23, 2014 at 06:35
Razer
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Hello,
i lost my original remote for pioneer xvdv313 so i bought new universal remote (quadro universal 4)


I sucesfully coded this remote but my problem is that i cant acivate surround systems for LINE 1 and LINE 2. Surrund is acivating only for DVD option (factory options).

What is solution for my problem? Can i program via some code only that option for some button or?
Post 2 made on Sunday February 23, 2014 at 11:32
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Perhaps it's not the remote at fault.

The Panasonic manual indicates Lines 1 & 2 as being 2 channel connections, Line 1 being analogue and line 2 optical digital (so what this has to do with surround I don't know). However, the following page states if in "Recording Mode" most sound related functions become inactive, including surround.

Recording mode
The Recording mode allows you to make analog recordings from the LINE 1 (OUT) jacks.
When Recording mode is on, most sound related functions (including SURROUND, ADVANCED, AUTO, SYSTEM SETUP) become inactive. The display will briefly blink RecMode Onc if you try and use a prohibited function while Recording mode is on.
When Recording mode is off, the audio from the analog output may be interrupted, depending on the operation.
  • 1 Press SOUND.

  • 2 Use the (cursor left/right) buttons to select ‘Rec Mode?’.

  • 3 Press ENTER.

  • 4 Use the (cursor up/down) buttons to select ‘R.Mode On’ or ‘R.Mode
    Off’.
OP | Post 3 made on Monday February 24, 2014 at 02:09
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Yes you are right. I have PS3 and DVB-t receiver. On LINE 1 i connected PS3 with analogue and on LINE 2 i connected receiver with optical digital.

So there is problem to explain better:

pioneer xv dv313 according factory settings in DVD mode enable surround, but in other modes (LINE 1,2) there are only bas, left and right speaker.

On the original remote for this home cinema there is button Surround in which is possible to change these settings. I want to this because i watch movies via PS 3

So what i can do?
Post 4 made on Monday February 24, 2014 at 14:29
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Unfortunately almost all inexpensive universal remotes only offer basic functions meaning buttons like "Bass Mode Auto; Dialogue Surround; Virtual SB Advanced" are unlikely to be supported. Even remotes purporting to be replacements (here and here) appear not to offer these options - the reason I usually advise the purchase of a learning remote.

Obviously this latter option is of no use to you, however, I have found this though the price is ridiculous (but, alas, not unusual).

Perhaps a slightly more inexpensive option may be a JP1 remote, but you'll need to talk to 3FG about those, or go here.
OP | Post 5 made on Tuesday February 25, 2014 at 03:46
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Thank you. So there are two options: buy original or with JP1 remote. If i dont understand how works JP1, i will buy original.. :))
Post 6 made on Tuesday February 25, 2014 at 23:10
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See this thread about manually programming remotes made by UEI (typical brand: OneForAll)  to control the XV-DV313.  It seems to list the Surround mode function.

JP1 remotes can be programmed by computer using an interface cable, but you don't need that for the XV-DV313.  To manually program the remote, follow the 994 Command instructions after assigning setup code Audio 1384.

Here's an example of a remote that will work.  You need to get a remote that has Audio setup codes, so for example the URC-3920 won't work, even though it is a sister remote to the URC-3940 linked above.


 
OP | Post 7 made on Wednesday February 26, 2014 at 04:38
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- So i have to buy OneForAll URC 3940
- TAP a DVD button
- PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE
- TAP 9 - 9 - 4.
- TAP the SETUP button
- TYPE the 5 digit EFC code (for example 52932 for surround)
- TAP the button which i would like connect this function

This is all?? What is posibillity that wouldn't work?

On this remote i can't see SETUP, is it actually button Magic in this case?

Post 8 made on Thursday February 27, 2014 at 02:19
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Yes, Magic is the same thing as Setup.
If you get a 3940 the OneForAll site recommends setup code 21965.  You summary is correct, and it really is that simple.  Do note, however, that Surround Mode is 42181 (52932 is Subtitle)
This is almost certain to work, because the data is from an upgrade file at hifi-remote.com.  A user took the trouble to learn all the codes.
OP | Post 9 made on Thursday March 6, 2014 at 14:58
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Remote will come tomorow or in monday. How did you find this setup code 21965, why is not 994 like it is describe in "EFC" document
Post 10 made on Thursday March 6, 2014 at 22:46
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I got setup code 21965 from the OneForAll website, as linked above.
It necessary to distinguish between setup codes, which define a whole set of IR codes for many buttons on the remote, and EFCs, which are assigned to a single button and which describe a single IR code using the IR protocol designated by the setup code.

994 is neither a setup code nor EFC.  It is instead one of several 9XX commands, which we can use to program the remote.

So you should 1) assign setup code 21965 to the DVD button, 2) verify that remote controls the player, 3) select a button to use for the command "Surround Mode", and 4) assign EFC 42181 to that selected button using the 994 Command.
OP | Post 11 made on Friday March 7, 2014 at 13:37
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Thank you. Now is everything ok.. Thank you so much. :))


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