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Method #3 – Controlling Shared Source Components
with Niles R-4 Commands and without 12V Home
Theater Status
A third method of programming is available in situations
where a 12V DC status signal is not available from the
Home Theater. With this method, you must teach some
of the Niles R-4 Remote Control IR commands to the
Home Theater learning remote.
The minimum requirement is to program the learning
remote with Niles commands from Source Buttons 2, 3,
or 4, and the OFF Button IR commands. Whenever the
Master ZR-4630 receives a source-button IR command
from the Home Theater, it will turn on the source com-
ponent, if needed, and it will also know that the Home
Theater Zone is turning on and what source component
is selected. Whenever the Master ZR-4630 receives an
OFF Button IR command from the Home Theater, it will
know that the Home Theater is turning OFF.
To operate the Shared Source Components follow the
criteria specified in Method #1 and Method #2, to
select the most appropriate way to operate for your
system. You can program the Home Theater's learning
remote with either the components' IR commands or
with Niles function button commands when using this
method.
Important Note: You must teach the Niles OFF IR
command to the Home Theater learning remote con-
trol and issue it every time you turn the Home Theater
off when using Method #3. When the OFF IR com-
mand is received by the ZR-4630 Receiver, it “knows”
that the Home Theater turned off. It will then check for
any active zones on the ZR-4630 before it turns off the
shared source components.
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