Need to set URC22B universal remote controler to my toshiba tv/video player
SETTING UP THE REMOTE
1. Push the tab and lift
off the battery
2. Fit four AAA
care to match the +
and - marks in the
Your UR81A remote automatically "timesout"
if the keys are pressed for more than
two minutes. This will save your batteries
should your remote get stuck in a place
where the keys remain depressed (e.g.,
between the sofa cushions).
CODE SAVER (IMPORTANT)
You have up to 90 seconds to change
the batteries in your remote without losing
codes you have programmed. However,
do not press any buttons until batteries
are installed in the remote. If buttons are
pressed without batteries in the remote,
all codes will be lost.
SETTING UP THE RECEIVER
Shut down your PC. Plug the cord on the
MR26A Receiver into the serial port on
your PC. Locate the receiver as far away
from your PC and your monitor as its
cord allows. Reboot your PC (turn it on).
The red LED power indicator on the
receiver should be on.
SETTING UP THE SOFTWARE
NOTE: X10's BOOM software lets you
control an MP3 player application from
the UR81A Remote. It works with
WinAmp, RealJukeBox, MusicMatch,
Windows Media Player, etc. which you
must previously have installed. It also
controls a DVD player and CD player in
1. Download the BOOM software from:
2. Launch the installer.
3. Follow the instructions in the installer.
After installation is complete the Boom
software automatically launches and
4. Right- click on the BOOM window
and select applications for each of the
modes (i.e. MP3, CD, DVD). Note, if
you don't have any DVD or CD
application, leave the selection box
blank or set it to the same application
as a previous selection. i.e. in the
window below there was no DVD
player installed so it was left the same
as the Windows Media Player
5. Click the OK button to save the
You are now ready to use the remote.
To launch an application:
Press the PC button.
Then select the appropriate mode (MP3,
DVD, or CD) by pressing 1, 2, or 3. The
Media shown in the Boom window
changes to MP3, DVD, or CD,
depending on which button you pressed.
Jul 08, 2012 |
Televison & Video