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Post 1 made on Saturday July 21, 2012 at 10:33
Lurking Member
July 2012

I do not have the remote control for my Denon AVR 2106. I understand fully, that I can easily buy an All4one remote and use it to control it.
However, the real reason is to actually CALIBIRATE the system speakers. speaker sizes, distance, time delay, etc.

I do not think, that a universal remote can do these specific functions.
if it can, can someone please point me in the right direction?

Replacement remote is 80 pounds worth, which is not cost effective.
Post 2 made on Saturday July 21, 2012 at 14:17
Select Member
August 2009
Newer remotes made by Universal Electronics can do this.  For example, the OneForAll URC7140, using setup code Audio 1360 will operate the cursor and Enter functions out of the box. 

You may need to program a button of your choosing to send the System Setup function, although it is probably already assigned to the Menu button.  If the Menu button doesn't work, assign EFC 33984 to a button, using the instructions provided in the Extra Functions manual:
1) Press Magic until the blue status light is illuminated
2) Enter 994  (should get 2 blinks)
3) Tap Magic
4) Enter 33984
5) Press e.g. Menu, or a colored button
The remote should blink twice.

It doesn't have to be a URC7140, although those seem to be available new from Argos for 17 pounds.  Other UEI  remotes which have Audio 1360 will work.  For example, you may be able to find a used URC-7555/7556, or a 7780/7781, or 7940/50, or 8350.

In the USA, cable remotes like the Atlas series or Comcast remotes also have Audio 1360.  These are usually available on eBay for <$10.
Post 3 made on Friday July 27, 2012 at 04:46
Herman Trivilino
Long Time Member
February 2007
I believe you can run the Audyssey audio calibration on a Denon receiver without using the remote. If you plug in the calibration microphone, the receiver automatically detects it and goes into calibration mode. Even if it doesn't, you can access it through the menu screen.
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Post 4 made on Monday August 13, 2012 at 11:55
Lurking Member
March 2012
You can always select cursor and enter from the front panel controls on an AVR2106.

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