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Universal remotes do not always control all functions of a connected device

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Would you like to program the Universal Remote that came with your Dish Solo DVR VIP 612 to control the volume of your receiver, tuner, or stereo instead of your TV's volume?

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The first step in using the Universal Remote Control that came with your Dish Solo DVR VIP 612 to control the volume level of your receiver, tuner, or stereo is to program the remote to control your audio device using the AUX mode button.

Once your remote controls your audio device in AUX mode, you probably want to continue to control the volume of your stereo even if the remote is in SAT, TV or VCR mode.

To setup your Dish Solo DVR VIP 612 Universal Remote to control the volume of your stereo regardless of which mode it is in, follow these steps:

  1. Press and hold the AUX button until all the mode buttons are lit, and then let it go.
  2. Press the POUND (#) button.
  3. Press the PLUS side of the VOLUME button.
  4. Press 0.
  5. Press the POUND (#) button. The AUX button flashes three times to tell you the programming is complete.
  6. Confirm the VOLUME buttons are operating the tuner/amplifier's volume control by pressing SAT or TV, and then adjusting the volume. Your tuner/amplifier's volume should change rather than your TV's volume.

Your Dish Solo DVR VIP 612 Universal Remote is now setup to control the volume of your stereo regardless of which mode it is in

I hope that helps.
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on Jul 05, 2010 | Televison & Video

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DISH VIP612 Amplifier Control


DISH Solo DVR VIP612 Amplifier / Receiver Control

7c06801.jpg

Would you like to program the Universal Remote that came with your Dish Solo DVR VIP 612 to control the volume of your receiver, tuner, or stereo instead of your TV's volume?

e818a57.jpg


The first step in using the Universal Remote Control that came with your Dish Solo DVR VIP 612 to control the volume level of your receiver, tuner, or stereo is to program the remote to control your audio device using the AUX mode button.

Once your remote controls your audio device in AUX mode, you probably want to continue to control the volume of your stereo even if the remote is in SAT, TV or VCR mode.

To setup your Dish Solo DVR VIP 612 Universal Remote to control the volume of your stereo regardless of which mode it is in, follow these steps:

  1. Press and hold the AUX button until all the mode buttons are lit, and then let it go.
  2. Press the POUND (#) button.
  3. Press the PLUS side of the VOLUME button.
  4. Press 0.
  5. Press the POUND (#) button. The AUX button flashes three times to tell you the programming is complete.
  6. Confirm the VOLUME buttons are operating the tuner/amplifier's volume control by pressing SAT or TV, and then adjusting the volume. Your tuner/amplifier's volume should change rather than your TV's volume.

Your Dish Solo DVR VIP 612 Universal Remote is now setup to control the volume of your stereo regardless of which mode it is in

I hope that helps.
________________________________________________________________
DISH Solo DVR VIP612 Manual Download
DISH Solo DVR VIP612 Quick Reference Download
DISH Solo DVR VIP612 Remote Code Scan
DISH Solo DVR VIP612 Program TV VCR Remote Codes
DISH Solo DVR VIP612 Program AUX (Stereo/Receiver) Remote Codes
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DISH Solo DVR VIP612 What Is Limited Mode
DISH Solo DVR VIP612 Change Limited Mode

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What features does a apex tv gt3215 have?


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  • TV typeCRT TV
  • Screen size
    32 in
  • Power Consumption Operational
    150 Watt
  • Timer Functions
    Sleep, wake
  • Video Interface
    Composite, S-Video
  • Manufacturer
    Apex Digital, Inc.
FEATURES
  • TV features
    auto volume adjustment
VIDEO
  • Technology
    CRT
  • Aspect ratio
    4:3
TV TUNER
  • TV tuner presence
    Yes
  • Analog TV tuner
    NTSC
  • Reception System
    NTSC-M
  • Secondary Audio Programme (SAP)
    Yes
  • Secondary Audio Program (SAP)
    Yes
  • Channel Coverage
    VHF:2-13, UHF:14-69, Cable:1-125
  • Stereo Reception System
    MTS
AUDIO
  • Speaker(s)
    2 x main channel speaker - built-in - 5 Watt
  • Output Power / Total
    10 Watt
  • Audio Controls
    sound mode
CONNECTIVITY
  • Video interface
    composite
REMOTE CONTROL
  • Type
    universal remote control
  • Supported Devices
    DVD player
CONVENIENCE
  • Closed Caption Capability
    Yes
  • Parental Channel Lock
    Yes
  • V-Chip Control
    Yes
  • Menu language
    Spanish
MANUFACTURER WARRANTY
  • Service & support
    1 year warranty
POWER
  • Nominal Voltage
    AC 120 V
  • Power consumption operational
    150 Watt
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT
  • Weight
    156.5 lbs
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT (SHIPPING)
  • Width
    38.7 in
  • Depth
    29.2 in
  • Height
    30.5 in
  • Width (Shipping)
    38.7 in
GENERAL
  • Manufacturer
    Apex Digital, Inc.

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  • 1 Make sure that your audio cables are plugged in properly to the correct ports if your audio is distorted or noisy. Every cable should be inserted completely. If you still encounter bad audio, replace the cable and then attempt to use a different device with the old cable. This will help you pinpoint the source of the bad audio problem.
  • 2 Use the "Volume up" button on the remote or TV buttons panel to turn up the TV audio volume if the volume is quiet. If the volume is still quiet, check to see if your audio source device has volume settings. If it does, turn the up the volume on your device (see your device documentation if you need help with this).
  • 3 Press the "Mute" button on your remote control to disable the mute function if you can't hear any audio. Once disabled, press and hold the "Volume up" button on your remote control to turn up the volume. If there is still no audio, press the "Menu" button on your remote control, select the "Audio" menu, and ensure that the "TV Speakers" are set to "On." If you are still not having any luck and are using the built-in TV tuner, open "MTS Audio" inside the "Tuner" menu and make sure it is set to "Stereo/English." If there is still no audio, verify that all your audio cables (including the antenna cable if you are using one) are plugged securely into the proper ports on your TV and audio source device (if applicable). If you are using an antenna, reposition it to a clear, open area; preferably near a window. If your audio source device has audio settings, check to make sure they are set the way they should be (see device documentation).


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    The remotes for the TV and Direct TV box are universal remotes that can operate very basic functions for whatever else they are programmed to control. If you can program the TVs remote to operate the Direct TV box it will basically only control power and channel. Maybe something else, but not much. The same goes for the Direct TV remote. It will control basic functions on the TV; power, channel & volume. Best bet would be to purchase a universal remote that can learn functions from the original or just keep both remotes available by the TV.

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