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use one remote: beo4 or MCP6500 for beomaster 7000

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danielshen
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danielshen posted on Thu, Dec 31 2015 2:40 AM

Dear,

I have two remote controller beo4 and MCP 6500 in the same room. Is possible to deactiviate my beo4 for the beomaster 7000? I want to use MCP6500 only for my beomaster 7000;

The reason I still need the beo4 in the room is my beosound 9000 need it;

Please help!

Many thanks!

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Weebyx
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Weebyx replied on Thu, Dec 31 2015 10:35 AM

No, this is not possible..

The BS7000 will always react to the Beo4 commands, unless you set the Beomaster in option 0.

It might be possible to change the option on the BS9000 to only react to LINK commands, but then you would need to select LINK on the Beo4 everytime you need to control the BS9000..

Maybe others can help with more info.

 

/Weebyx

Guy
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Guy replied on Thu, Dec 31 2015 11:00 AM

Weebyx:

 but then you would need to select LINK on the Beo4 everytime you need to control the BS9000..

If your Beo4's software is a minimum of 5.0 then you can make it a permanent link remote and save having to press LINK every time you command something . Follow the procedure below the make the Beo4 a link remote .

Standby + List together

Press List till CONFIG appears

Enter 2002 , the display should read LINK ON

Press Exit

To revert, repeat the above procedure.

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