|I didn't find the auxilary program Mike mentions ... but I had read that it could be done.|
|It seems like remote controls are like a whole sub-hobby within the home theater realm - I mean some guys are really into it big-time.|
|Originally posted by The Robman|
You could always just repair your old remote!
CircuitWorksÂ® Rubber Keypad Repair Kit
|Originally posted by rickybscs|
WHen I turn RF off, not even its own receiver will talk to it, none the less any 3rd party ones. Any help please? Can I repair the IR receiver?
|Originally Posted by HMenke|
I turned off RF on my Kenwood and my remote would work only intermittently on IR. Even my very powerful MX-500 would not reliably operate the Kenwood.
It is probably not economical to repair the IR receptor on the receiver. I replaced the receiver with a THX-rated Pioneer VSX-1014TX-K and am not looking back.