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Topic # 23361 26-Jun-2008 15:06
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Will the Logitech Harmony® 525 Advanced Universal Remote work correctly with TC Saturn TV?

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  Reply # 140719 26-Jun-2008 15:26
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What universal remote do you have, if its a oneforall it will need to be a 5device one with a satellite or cable key option. Also I assume you have TCL digital, if so the URC7950 for instances try for teh cable selection 1230 or 1269 these match the ADB digital box.

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  Reply # 140724 26-Jun-2008 15:44
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Which STB do you have?

I have that remote and it works fine with my STB, I cannot remember which one I have though. It is a digital STB, with no s-video support as far as I remember.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 140768 26-Jun-2008 20:04
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The model without SVIDEO is exactly the same box as the one with. 

However, I've just looked at Logitech compatiability site...

Digital Set Top Box
Advanced Digital Broadcast
i-Can 3000C

Looks like the Harmony natively supports the set top box.


(on a side note, I was going to get one of these remotes but decided to stick with my Pronto RU940.. just managed to get a near new charging cradle for it.. Old Skool!) 8-)





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  Reply # 140776 26-Jun-2008 20:28
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ZollyMonsta: The model without SVIDEO is exactly the same box as the one with. 

However, I've just looked at Logitech compatiability site...

Digital Set Top Box
Advanced Digital Broadcast
i-Can 3000C

Looks like the Harmony natively supports the set top box.


(on a side note, I was going to get one of these remotes but decided to stick with my Pronto RU940.. just managed to get a near new charging cradle for it.. Old Skool!) 8-)



Thanks for the information, Dick Smith has the Harmony 525 on special at the moment so I'll pop down tomorrow and purchase one.

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  Reply # 140778 26-Jun-2008 20:32
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I have a Samsung PS42Q TV and would like to use its remote to control the Telstra STB as well.  The TV manual comes with a list of Cable or STB manufacturers that has a 3 digit code I can enter into the remote.

However I can not locate the Telstra STB manufacturer in this list. Am I correct in thinking this is ADB?

Does anyone use a Samsung TV remote to control their STB?

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  Reply # 140780 26-Jun-2008 20:48
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Yes.. the abbreviated name is 'ADB'.. short for the full name 'Advanced Digital Broadcast'




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