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Topic # 14243 22-Jun-2007 23:17
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Hi all. I was wondering if I could get some help here.

I have a Yamaha Amp with the ability to programme the remote and use it for all of my AV equipment as a kind of universal type remote. I have done this with everything except for my Sky STB. I have the Pace DSR600 and I've tried googling to find out what kind of signal it uses and if it is similar to any other equipment that I have in my user guide so that I might set it up on my Yamaha remote.

Does anyone know anything about this?

Regards,
Paul.

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  Reply # 75692 23-Jun-2007 09:01
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I don't have a Sky box but I suspect one of the Harmony remotes would do the job




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