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keenez



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PostPosted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 3:22 am    Post subject: yamaha receiver 6290 Reply with quote

Hello,

I've read the threads on the "extended" NEC1 protocol sometimes used, sometimes for Yamaha receivers. I also purchased a Yamaha receiver and I'm trying to build an RDF as I use an extended URC 9910. Perhaps I didn't do it properly but I tried using the Yamaha_gap_helper but I couldn't seem to get it to work. Perhaps I was doing something wrong as I haven't reprogrammed my remote in years. I uploaded the IR and here is the link. I believe I'll have to use a 4 device combo as the power on seems to use a different device id than the rest. Thanks for the help!


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 13, 2010 8:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes, the Yamaha does a variation of a NEC 1 signal for some of there codes.


When the Yamaha returns a GAP you need to use the a custom protocol which I assume you found in the other thread. You'll need the device, subdevice and functions for your helper. The device and subdevice were correctly identified. The function can be found in the MISC column.


L1 Gap-594-1743-32? 122 133 127 7A.85.0.7F

All your Yamaha GAP signals are

Device 122, Subdevice 133
]

Code:

key         OBC   5digit efc   efc
L1           000      00181   181
L2           003      00187   187
L3           006      00182   182
L4           009      00057   057
Guide           043      00091   091
m1           027      00251   251

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keenez



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PostPosted: Sat Jan 16, 2010 12:50 am    Post subject: worked Reply with quote

Thanks .....

That info worked .... I was using the hex calculator to make all kinds of calculations for a 4 Device but didn't put in the device and sub-device
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