As stated in my original post, I tried that for 10 minutes on two seperate occassions, maybe I will try again for 30 minutes or something. 😕
One of the reviews of this tv does say that a "learning remote" could not learn the tvs codes, so maybe this tv just doesnt want to work with universal remotes.. ahh well.
Philips Sound Bar
I have been trying to sync my Philips SoundBar with my remote control for the last 2 hours with no success. I tried all the codes and procedures suggested on urcsupport.com but none of them works. Any idea??
Just a few more technical info:
Sound Bar is Philips (no idea about the odel number);
My remote control model is 1056B03;
Cable bos is a CISCO NetBox;
My TV is Haier.
I hope someone can help me.
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I apologize you were unable to program your Rogers remote with your soundbar. If you've tried all the codes and the CH+ method, it is possible that there could be a compatibility issue. You may also check the link here if it helps.
Community, please feel to chime in.
Can't program Rogers remote to control a Sylvania SLED3214A-B TV
I purchase a Sylvania SLED3215A-B and I can't seem to find a code on the Rogers remote control (URC1056) that will turn the TV off or adjust the volume. Does anyone have any ideas?
How do I program the remote so it is NOT universal.
How do I program my remote so that it is NOT a universal remote. I have two cable boxes in close proximity which are connected to two TVs. When I change the channel on one cable box, both TVs change channels. How do I make each remote specific for just one cable box?
I just purchased a Philips Soundbar Model CSS2133B. I have tried suggested codes and searching for the code
with my Rogers remote but have had no luck. Does anyone have any suggestions? I would like to be able to use
the remote to control the volume of my soundbar.
The following website has information on the remotes such as downloading the operating manual and the codes for various devices. When I put your Philips into the website, it gave me code 1269 for the 1056 remote, which most people have.
Philips is not a brand that's used by many people and therefore may not be in the database for the Rogers remotes. You may need to get a Harmony or similar programmable remote.
So in disabling the function you talk about i now can control the volume and the channels for my TV. as it is now i can turn my TV off and on but cannot use any other functions for the TV mainly the volume control. When i press volume it changes the volume of the Netbox which does absoulutely nothing withe volume. it goes from 0 to 100% but the volume of the TV does not change.
If you click my link in my previous post, and then enter "Rogers" and select the remote, there are instructions on how to do everything with the remote. There is also an option to download the manual for that remote.
After you've entered the proper code for your TV, you will be able to control the volume of the TV using the "Volume Lock" option, which is as follows:
If the remote doesn't blink twice to confirm that it works, then your TV model may not be correct, or in the database for the remote at all. You can also set the "master power" option to turn all your devices on/off with one button press. The sequence of button presses to programme this function is very important and sometimes it's best to have one person read the instructions while the other person presses the buttons.
Near the top of the web page where there is the picture of the remote there is also a "code finder" where you can indicate the make/model of the TV to find the "correct" code for that make/model of TV.
Often, the default code is already in the remote and that works many of the major TV brands. The remote should be in the "CBL" mode when you're done and it should blink when you press any buttons. For example, even while in CBL mode, the TV light will blink when controlling the TV's volume when properly programmed.
(Just as an FYI, the Rogers box itself will only control the volume when using the red/white analogue audio outputs. It doesn't usually work with digital outputs like optical or HDMI, so that functionality is mostly useless these days and is left over from long ago when people used analogue connections. The Setting for volume control via the box also had to be set to "variable" instead of fixed. The volume control for the TV itself is therefore used mostly these days)
If you have issues with any of this, please provide us with the exact make and model of your TV and exactly what you're trying to do with the remote.