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What is the universal remote codes

Hi, how are you? What is the universal remote codes codes for Amplifier Pioneer VSX-D457 as I have got this one with universal remote control (HYPRO) and don't know the codes. Would like to know if you know and be so kind? Thanks Martin

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Your unnamed EQ can probabaly work with the VSX if it attaches in the traditional Tape Loop fashion (outs to ins) BUT...

It will only work for 2-channel analog source material. Activation of a tape loop on a modern AVR disables all digital sources. But you will still be able to apply DSP to the sound coming through the EQ as you would with any other analog source.

Posted on Jul 19, 2011

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