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0x81 power off 0x82 power on 0x83 get info (returns 47 bytes including the 0x87/90/91 data) 0x84 accepted/completed (no obvious function) 0x85 hide text (see 0xAA) 0x86 accepted/completed (no obvious function) 0x87 get channel/subchannel numbers 0x90 get signal strength 0x91 get date/time/day of week 0x93 enable remote 0x94 disable remote 0xA5 remote control key 0xA6 set channel/subchannel 0xAA display text string (14 chars max)
0x9A right cursor 0x9B left cursor 0x9C up cursor 0x9D down cursor 0xC3 enter/select/info 0xC5 power on 0xD5 power toggle 0xF7 menu 0xFA menu
0x33 1080i format 0x34 720p format 0x35 480p format 0x36 480i format 0x37 native 0x38 variable 1 0x39 variable 2 0x3A variable 3
|Originally posted by David Richardson
So it looks like the Sat is responding at 9600, 8, 1, N.
|Originally posted by pds22
Can anybody confirm if whether or not the LSS-3200A is QAM capable or not? Some people say no, some people say yes, websites including LG's say yes.
But anybody know for sure or has anybody tried it? I'm not buying the STB for D* purposes. Just going to be a darn tuner for my Panasonic plasma. An expensive tuner to say the least but so long as it keeps my components and clutter down - so be it.
|Originally posted by KornerKlub
The Spec Sheet on the LG site has a mis-print in it. That is that only new LG STB that does not tune QAM.
|Originally posted by DTV TiVo Dealer
Not exactly, The LSS-3200A does have a QAM tuner; however, it is not enabled in the firmware.
|Originally posted by Tom Harms
Anyone use the 3200A with a DVI/HDMI conversion cable to a new Pioneer Plasma?