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The recording engineers are presumed to have done their jobs correctly so why mess with it unless you want to try something novel or it's mono/stero to begin with? STANDARD is the only way I ever view true multichannel movies. As with any spice, what you experience and like is up to you to decide.
Shop for a universal remote control in your electronics, hardware, do-it yourself store and look if that universal remote control has the brand similar to you.That's the sure solution to your problem friend. Good luck.
Hi, thats a great idea, thats a real nice thing you want to do for ya b'friend... OK look have a look at these links below, a few how to links, and a Video, of how to set it all up... should be no worries..
please have a look at them all and that way you can choose a way that suits you. The first link is good... www.scribd.com/.../Best-Home-Theater-Guide-DVD-Training-Tutorial
It seems that Insignia products are manufactured by different companies, so narrowing a code down may be a bit of a task. There have be references to LG, Sansui, Mitsubishi, and several others when it comes to codes. However. you may still be able to do a code search using your DTV remote. Try this page for product codes and instructions to code search with your remote:\ Direct TV Remote Control
With persistence, I was able to program the Universal Remote Control provided with the cable box to control my new used Pioneer SX-315 receiver. I now can control the tv volume, cable box, auxiliary stereo receiver with speaker system with one remote. Thank goodness I did not have to resort to buying a Pioneer remote control.
I was able to program another previously unused universal remote which I purchased several years ago. However, since the other remote control did not list the Vizio TV. That brand is too new for the remote.
Hi Justin, unfortunatly, if the codes they provided you dont work, then there may be no preprogrammed codes for your gear in that particular remote. I suggest that you replace the remote with a inversal one that will do your kenwood and the charter cable rig. Best bet is to go to a retailer that sells remotes and ask for one that will work both. Good luck