Have this system don't have remote or manual.
can get it hooked up. any advice which universal remote can I use or get user manual. there is also need audio source, as indicated in description. this is powered sub and I do not see any out put for amplifier???
I have this system and the remote died, put new batteries in but the remote is still no good. P.S. There is no universal remote available for this system. Basically you have to have the original remote in order to turn on the sub woofer which pretty much provides for all the volume to the movies. So no remote and the player is pretty much useless. My advice is you have to get the remote from the company.
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Which One For All remote do you have? The manuals and code lists for most are available here: http://www.oneforall.com/support/manual . Use the drop down menus to select Universal Remote Control and then the specific remote model. Then click on the link to the manual.
You may need to program the amplifier and the dvd player separately. The codes below are for the URC-9960. RCA Audio Amplifier codes: 1023, 1254, 0531, 1390, 1609 RCA DVD Player codes: 0522, 0571, 0717, 0822
Please note that universal remote controls only have codes for devices released 6 months or more before the remote was programmed. If your Home Theater System is newer than your One For All remote, you may need a newer remote.
http://www.shawdirect.ca/images/support/downloads/550_Manual.pdf This is the manual for the irc 550 ..and in the manual you have the codes for audio (cd ) which I believe to be the ones you need to use..They are on the end of the manual ..But ! If you read the manual carefully you see that it actually can pick-up the codes automatically if you follow certain programing procedure.described in the manual ..
You can try a code seach which many universal remotes will do, this may be called auto search, if you have the manual for the RCA see if it is listed, instead of entering a 3 digit code, you cycle through all codes until the correct one responds to the unit you are trying to program.