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SONY RMVS10TV
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3-220-956-11 (2)

N Preparations

N Operations
Component code numbers TV codes
Brand Sony Admiral AOC Code No. 001 002, 014, 009 012

N Additional information

Preparing the power source of the Commander

Setting up the transmitter
1 Connect the transmitter to a TV.
A Using the supplied connecting cord • To connect to the LINE OUT jack
Transmitter

Operating a component
1 Turn on the transmitter. The infrared emitters light up.

Remote button descriptions
Operating a TV

Troubleshooting
Sound problems
No sound/Muffled sound

Speaker Remote Commander system
Operating Instructions Manual de instrucciones (parte posterior)

Installing the batteries
Slide open the battery compartment and insert four size AA (R6) batteries (not supplied). Be sure to line up the e and E on the batteries with the e and E on the battery compartment.

Audinac

Bell&Howell Brocsonic

1

2

Craig Croslex Crown Curtis Mathis Daewoo Daytron Emerson Fisher General Electric Gold Star/LG Hitachi JC Penny JVC

022, 023, 020, 021 011 023 003, 019, 023 003, 012 035, 036, 003, 041 013 022, 013, 020, 021, 023, 003, 015, 042 025 045, 002, 018, 003, 007, 027 003, 013, 012, 030, 046, 050, 051, 049 031, 013, 003, 032 003, 002, 030, 007 028, 029 033, 013, 003, 023, 034 002, 003, 011, 025, 019, 012, 052 011, 012, 013, 003, 043, 047, 018 066, 024, 003, 012 003, 012 018, 016, 017, 007, 049, 067 068, 035, 031, 011, 013, 003 056, 043, 011 037, 018, 019 003, 008 018, 007, 048 002, 012, 024, 023 053, 002, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007, 008, 044, 045, 046, 018 055, 026, 012, 013, 003, 023, 027 023, 025, 054, 069 023, 012 014, 013, 015, 070 014, 009 011, 012, 003 023, 039, 040 060, 019, 014, 052, 059 031, 003, 012 013, 003, 015, 012 009, 010

014, 009, 038

034

POWER

ON/

OFF

• Check that the SPEAKER POWER lamp of the Commander is on. • Check that the transmitter is turned on. • Check if the speaker volume control is set to “0” (minimum). • Check that all connections are correct. • Turn up the volume on the television.
Distortion
SPEAKER POWER VOL CABLE TV POWER SLEEP

• Check if the volume on the television is turned up too high. • Check if the SPEAKER POWER lamp is dim or off. t Replace the batteries of the Commander.
Loud background static

to the AUDIO IN B jack

2 Turn on the power of the speaker.

VOLUME

CHANNEL

INPUT

ENT

Connecting cord (supplied)
SPEAKER POWER VOL CABLE TV POWER SLEEP

SPEAKER POWER 1 Press before operating the TV. 2 To operate SLEEP function on the TV. (Works only for a TV with the SLEEP function.) 3 TV volume up: + TV volume down: – 4 To change the input mode. 5 To turn on and off the power. 6 To change the channel. For example, to change to channel 5, press 0 and 5 (or, press 5 and ENT). 7 Channel up: + Channel down: –

When to replace the batteries
Under normal conditions, batteries will last for up to approximately 60 hours of use (when using Sony LR6 alkaline batteries, for 5 mW speaker output usage). If the Commander does not operate properly or the speaker power lamp is dim or off, the batteries might be worn out. Replace the batteries with new ones.
Notes • Replace all batteries with new ones. • Do not take more than 20 minutes to replace the batteries; otherwise, your setting of the code number will be erased. • The battery life may vary depending on the frequency of use.
KTV LXI (Sears) Magnavox Mitsubishi/MGA NEC Panasonic Philco Philips Pioneer Portland Quasar Radio Shack RCA/Proscan Samsung Sanyo Scott Sharp Signature 2000 Sylvania Symphonic Toshiba Videch Wards

Left channel (white)

Right channel (red)

VOLUME

CHANNEL

INPUT

ENT

• Check that the distance between the Commander and the transmitter is within the signal connection range. Noise from the speaker increases as the Commander goes farther away from the transmitter. This is due to characteristics of the infrared-ray communication and does not indicate a malfunction of the unit. • Check that there is no obstruction between the Commander and the transmitter. • Make sure that the Commander and component are not exposed to direct sunlight. • Change the position or angle of the transmitter. • Check if the SPEAKER POWER lamp is dim or off. t Replace the batteries of the Commander. • If there is another transmitter in operation, turn off the power of the other transmitter or move it to a location where the infrared rays do not interfere.

to the LINE OUT jack

3 Press the button of the desired component on the Commander (TV or CABLE).
CABLE TV

RM-VS10TV
Sony Corporation © 2000 Printed in Japan

Problems when setting up or using the Commander
To set up the Commander, carefully go through the procedure described in “Setting the code”. If fails, try the next one, and sofor your component and the first one more than one code is listed forth. If none of the codes work (or if your component is not listed), go to the steps in “Setting by searching for the correct code.”

TV

4 Point the Commander directly at the component. 5 Press the button for the function you want to use. See “Remote button descriptions” for a complete description of the buttons on the Commander. 6 Adjust the volume of the speaker of the Commander.

Notes on batteries
• Do not mix old batteries with new ones or mix different types of batteries together. • If the electrolyte inside the battery should leak, wipe the contaminated area of the battery compartment with a cloth, and replace the old batteries with new ones. To prevent the electrolyte from leaking, remove the batteries when you plan not to use the Commander for a long period of time.

• To connect to a headphones jack (The sound does not come out of the television speakers.)
Transmitter

Operating an analog cable box

English

You cannot set the code
• Make sure that the batteries are not worn out, and that they are inserted correctly.

Usage example For the customers in the U.S.A. WARNING
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.

Living room
When watching the television with others, you can enjoy the sound at a volume of your own choice.

VOL
SPEAKER POWER VOL CABLE TV POWER

You cannot operate the TV or analog cable box with the Commander in spite of successful setting

Using on house current
to an AC outlet

VOLUME
INPUT ENT

SLEEP

CHANNEL

Zenith

to the AUDIO IN A jack Right channel (red) Connecting cord (supplied) Left channel (white)

SPEAKER POWER VOL CABLE TV POWER SLEEP

Analog cable box codes
AC power adaptor
Brand Hamlin/Regal Code No. 022, 023, 024, 025, 026 043, 001, 002, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007, 008, 018, 022 027, 028, 029 019, 020, 021 014, 015 009, 010, 011 043, 016, 017 012, 013

Notes on using the Commander

VOLUME

CHANNEL

Bedside
Late-night programs can be enjoyed without disturbing people in other rooms.

(not supplied) to DC IN 4.5V jack

Jerrold/G.I Oak Panasonic Pioneer Scientific Atlanta Tocom Zenith

Basically, use this Commander in the same way as the remote control supplied with your TV or analog cable box. • Using this Commander will not add additional functions to your TV or analog cable box. The functions of the Commander are limited to the functions of the equipment itself. For example, if your TV does not have a SLEEP function, the SLEEP button on this Commander will not function with your TV.

INPUT

ENT

Notes
• If the AC adaptor is removed for more than 20 minutes when batteries are not inserted, your setting of the code number will be erased. It is recommended to use the Commander with the batteries inserted, even when using the Commander with the AC power adaptor. • Use only the AC power adaptor AC-E45HG (not supplied). Do not use any other AC power adaptor.
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Unimatch plug adaptor (not supplied) to a headphones jack (stereo phone jack)

to a headphones jack (stereo minijack)

• Some functions of your TV or analog cable box may not work with this Commander. • If your analog cable box can control volume, be sure to set its volume switch to a medium position. If the volume on the analog cable box is turned down completely, you will not be able to adjust your TV’s volume with the Commander.

1 Press before operating the analog cable box. 2 To change the channel. For example, to change to channel 5, press 0 and 5 (or, press 5 and ENT). 3 To turn on and off the power. 4 Channel up: + Channel down: –
Notes • There may be cases in which you may turn on/off the analog cable box by pressing the CHANNEL + or CHANNEL – buttons on the Commander. • If your analog cable box can control volume, be sure to set its volume control to a medium position. If the volume on the analog cable box is turned down completely, you will not be able to adjust your TV’s volume with the Commander.

• Check that you are aiming the Commander directly at the component, and that the Commander is within the remote control operation distance. • Check that there are no obstructions between the Commander and the component. • Make sure that the batteries are not worn out. • Check that the TV or CABLE button is pressed to choose your desired component. • Check that the component has infrared remote capability. For example, if your component did not come with a remote commander, it probably is not capable of being controlled by a remote commander. • Check if your setting of the codes has been changed owing to mishandling or some other cause. • Check if your setting of the codes has been erased owing to leaving the batteries (or AC power adaptor) removed for more than 20 minutes. t Insert new batteries and repeat the set up procedure.
Noise comes out from the speaker when you press a button

• Check that the distance between the Commander and the transmitter is within the signal connection range. Should any problem persist, reset the Commander to the factory setting by pressing POWER, INPUT and VOL – buttons simultaneously.

Setting by searching for the correct code
If you have tried all the code numbers listed for your component and you still cannot get the Commander to work (or if your component is not listed in the “Component code numbers” tables), try these steps. 1 Power on the component you want to set up.
TV

Notes on adjusting the volume
When connecting to the LINE OUT jack

N Before you begin
Kitchen

Features
• This is a remote control unit with built-in speaker to enhance your enjoyment of television sound. It is convenient to use if it is difficult to hear the television sound when there is other surrounding noise or human voices present. • The television sound can be easily heard through the high-fidelity, compact speaker. Clearer, fuller sound can also be heard when listening to the television sound. • The volume control for the speaker enables you to listen to the sound at the most appropriate volume. • Because the speaker system uses infrared-ray communication, it provides great portability, allowing you to carry it around the room. The sound can be enjoyed anywhere within the range the infrared rays can reach, such as on top of a table or next to a sofa. • A microphone is included, which can pick up sound directly from the television speakers. Transmitter installation can be performed easily, without troublesome cord connections. The transmitter also operates with a television not equipped with an audio output terminal. • The unit is also equipped with a three-hour timer OFF function. Even if you forget to turn off the power of the speakers, the power turns off automatically after three hours to prevent excessive power consumption.

While away from the television, you can hear the clear sound near at hand.

Notes

• When the transmitter is connected to a headphones jack, use the volume control on this Commander to adjust the volume, while keeping the volume of the TV at an appropriate level. • Sound from the microphone will be shut off automatically if a connection cord is connected to the television LINE OUT jack or headphones jack of a TV. • The sound sent from the transmitter is monaural. If the input signal is stereo, it is converted to a monaural signal inside the transmitter. B Using the supplied microphone 1 Remove the microphone from the underside of the transmitter.

Setting the code
Setting by entering the code number
1 See the tables in “Component code numbers,” and find the threedigit code number for the desired component. If more than one code number is listed, use the number that’s listed first to complete the steps below. For example, if you’re setting up a Philips TV, you would use the code number 056. If your component is not listed, see “Setting by searching for the correct code.” SLEEP POWER 2 Press the POWER button while holding the SLEEP button pressed. CABLE TV 3 Press the button for the component that you want to set up (TV or CABLE). 4 Enter the component’s code number. For example, if you’re entering the code for a Philips TV, you would press .
Remote Commander Approx. 7 m (23 ft.)

2 Press the POWER button while holding the SLEEP button pressed. 3 Press the button for the component on the Commander that you want to set up (TV or CABLE). 4 Press and release the CHANNEL + button. Then press and release the POWER button. 5 Repeat step 4 until the correct code number is found. Each time you press the CHANNEL + button and then the POWER button, a new code number will be transmitted. Keep trying until your component operates by receiving the transmitted signal from the Commander (e.g., the power turns off, the CHANNEL + function works, etc.). Be patient as you do this; it may take 60 or 70 tries until the correct code number is located. 6 When the correct code is found, press the ENT button. 7 Check that the Commander is operating the other functions of your component by pressing the corresponding buttons on the Commander. If they seem to be working properly, you’re done setting up the Commander. If the component does not operate properly, repeat steps 1 to 6 and search for another code. If you still cannot get the Commander to work properly, see “Troubleshooting.”

• Use the VOL control on the Commander to adjust the speaker volume. • If noise increases when the Commander goes outside the range where the infrared rays reach or when the infrared rays are obstructed, the mute function operates automatically, and the sound from the speaker cannot be heard. The mute function is canceled automatically when the Commander moves closer to the transmitter or there is no obstruction to the infrared rays.
When using the microphone or connecting to the headphone jack

For the customers in the U.S.A.
Customer Support Information
If – after you’ve read through this manual – you still cannot get the Remote Commander to work properly, call the Sony Customer Support Helpline at 1-800-822-2217.

If you cannot get the desired speaker volume even if you increase the speaker volume to the maximum using the VOL control of the Commander, turn up the volume on the television.

Specifications
General Modulation system Carrier frequency Frequency modulation 2.3 MHz (monaural)

Listening to through an earphone (not supplied)
Connect an earphone (not supplied) to the EARPHONE jack on the Commander.

Sound coverage range
The illustration below shows the approximate area covered by the infrared rays emitted from the transmitter.
Approx. 3 m (118 1/8 in.) Transmitter Infrared ray

2 Tear off the coated paper from the adhesive surface of the microphone.

EARPHONE jack

Transmitter TMR-IF10M Power source DC IN 9 V jack accepts power supplied from the AC power adaptor for use on 120 V AC, 60 Hz voltage. Input Internal microphone or phone jack/stereo mini jack Signal connection range Maximum: 7 m* (23 ft.) (when the Commander is facing directly toward the transmitter) Dimensions 130 × 38 × 70 mm (5 1/8 × 1 1/2 × 2 7/8 in.) (w × h × d) Mass Approx. 100 g (4 oz.) Remote Commander RM-VS10 Power source Four size AA (R6) power sourcessupplied)/ external DC 4.5 V batteries (not (AC power

About Presetting the Commander
The Commander is preset at the factory to operate Sony brand TVs. If you’re using the Commander with a Sony brand TV, you won’t need to preset the Commander before you start using it. To set up the Commander to use with other (no:-Sony) manufacturers’ TV, or to use with an analog cable box, you’ll need to follow the instructions in this manual to preset the Commander with the correct code number for your components.
Button TV CABLE Factory setting Sony TV – Component that can be preset TV Analog cable box

5 Press the ENT button.

ENT

3 Attach the microphone to the television speaker. Adjust the volume of the TV.
Transmitter

You can store your earphone in the battery compartment on the bottom of the Commander when not in use.

6 Aim the Commander to your component and check if you can operate it using the Commander.
Approx. 3 m (118 1/8 in.) Notes • This system utilizes infrared rays for communication, so noise (hissing) from the speaker can increase as the Commander goes farther away from the transmitter, even within the range illustrated above. The sound will also be cut off and noise will be generated if the infrared rays are blocked. These are characteristics of infrared-ray communication and do not indicate an equipment malfunciton. • Do not place your hand in front of the infrared receptor. • Place the Commander so the infrared receptor of the Commander faces the transmitter. If the Commander is used in a position within the range illustrated above, the sound can be heard from the speaker of the Commander. • The sound you hear varies according to the position of the Commander and the transmitter. Try finding a position that yields the best sound. • Even if there are irregularities in the clarity of the infrared emitter of the transmitter, this will not influence the range and other functions of the infrared rays.

If you press a wrong button in step 4
Press the POWER button while holding the SLEEP button pressed and then return to step 3.

If you cannot operate your component
• First try repeating these setup procedures using another code listed for your component (see the tables in “Component code numbers”). • If after trying all the codes listed for your component you still cannot get the Commander to work properly, try the search method described in “Setting by searching for the correct code.”
Microphone (In the middle of the television speaker grill)

When the Commander is not in use
First turn off the SPEAKER POWER switch on the Commander and then turn off the POWER switch of the transmitter. Noise may be heard if the power of the transmitter is turned off first.

Notes • The Commander can be set up to operate only one component per button – unless their code numbers happen to be the same. For example, you cannot set up the Commander to operate a Sony TV and a Panasonic TV simultaneously (because they use different code numbers). • You may not be able to operate even a Sony brand TV with the factory setting. In such a case, follow the procedure in “Setting the code”.

adaptor not supplied) Maximum speaker output 0.8 W Battery life (for 5 mW speaker output usage) Approx. 20 hours (using Sony battery R6) Approx. 60 hours (using Sony alkaline battery LR6) Remote control operation distance Approx. 7 m* (23 ft.) (when facing directly toward the infrared receptor of your TV/analog cable box) Dimensions 93 × 86 × 158 mm (3 3/4 × 3 1/2 × 6 1/4 in.) (w × h × d) Mass Approx. 355 g (13 oz.) (including batteries) Supplied accessories AC power adaptor (for the transmitter) (1) Connecting cords (stereo mini plug × 1 y pin plug × 2) (1) Optional accessories Plug adaptor PC-234HG (stereo mini jack y stereo phone plug) Connecting cords RK-C310 (pin plug × 2 y pin plug × 2) RK-C315 (pin plug × 2 y pin plug × 2) RK-C320 (pin plug × 2 y pin plug × 2) Connecting cords RK-G129 (stereo mini plug × 1y pin plug × 2) Earphone ME-L82 AC power adaptor (for the Remote Commander) AC-E45HG * The distance may vary depending on using conditions and the manufacturer and equipment that is used. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Notes
• Wipe off dirt, dust, or moisture on the attached surface of the speaker with a dry cloth before attaching the microphone to it. The adhesion of the adhesive label on the microphone recovers if wiped with a moist cloth. • Use the LINE OUT jack or the headphones jack of the television if the speaker surface is made of cloth or other material that can be easily stripped off. • Attach the microphone in a position where the sound can be heard best if the television speaker grill is large or long. • When the microphone is attached to a stereo television, you can use either speaker grill, left or right. It makes no difference in the sound from the speaker of the Commander.

Note
The power of the speaker turns off automatically after three hours to prevent exessive power consumption. Press the SPEAKER POWER switch again if the power is turned off while you are watching TV. (The remote control functions can be used even if the power of the speaker is turned off.)

Tip
You can write down the code number on the label inside the battery compartment lid and this Operating Instructions manual.

Precaution
On operation
Never drop the Commander and transmitter or subject them to strong shock. This may damage the equipment.

2 Connect the transmitter to a power source.
Transmitter to an AC outlet

Component TV Analog cable box

No.

to DC IN 9V jack

AC power adaptor (supplied)

It will be useful to write down the code numbers of your components in the chart above, so that you can refer to them when registering the code numbers with the Commander.

Note
Use only the supplied AC power adaptor. Do not use any other AC power adaptor.

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