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Posted on Jun 28, 2009
I think the short answer is no there is nothing you can do to change
the remote because it is a function of the box not the remote. TW uses
one remote to handle all its boxes to make inventory easier and all the
remotes have the code for the box preprogrammed. The remote can be
reprogrammed to handle another cable box but that would render it
useless on the DVR and Pioneer HD box. Having two boxes hooked to one
TV is pretty unusual* so this is not something that would be
anticipated. You may want to change the configuration of your set up so
that the beam from the remote does not hit both boxes.
have paitience the HD DVR is coming but you have to realize that there is a huge demand and a limited supply for these things. It may not be the cable company not wanting to offer it but SA's inablility to supply enough. Supply was a major problem with the regular HD boxes in the early part of this year so much of a problem that many cable companies just ran out because no one anticipated the huge number of HD TVs that got sold last Christmas. They want to avoid that problem this time around so the may be staggering the release.
You said this is a problem when you want to do side by side pic in pic. Do you want to use the pic in pic feature on the SA8000 as well as your TV? If so the easiest way to do it may be to run coax directly to the antennae input of your set. I know you loose all the digital channels that way but it may be the easiest solution.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
That remote is not universal, where do you see that it is
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
What's on the back of the TV for connections?
TV RF, S-Video, Standard Video, Audio L/R
Cable Box Coax RF, S-Video, Standard Video, A/LR
DVD Recorder you should have S-Video, Two RF, Standard Video, Audio Digital, Analog LR
This stuff isn't that hard to install.
Choices: S-Video or Video
If you don't have a Video/Audio Switch Box get one. You have 4 devices there
========coax=====CableTV to RF
Do you at least have a video switch or something to hook all of these into? If you just have plain Analog Video then you should be all set. If you going to mix Super Video and Analog Video together then you going to need a box that can handle that request.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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