Apple TV Siri remotes and IR Beovision

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    Guy
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      • Warwickshire, UK

      Bump just to check the thread is visible to all including non-moderators!  Hopefully the first post is back as it should be!

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      Madskp
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        • Denmark

        Bump just to check the thread is visible to all including non-moderators! Hopefully the first post is back as it should be!

        thanks a lot. It all looks like it should after my last edit

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        Madskp
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          • Denmark

          I am at my parents house at the moment, and looking into their Apple TV the remote seems to be the 3rd generation with USB-C and sw. 0X33.

          It does turn on their Beoplay V1, and do control the volume. However the volume function seems to be stuck somehow so it will keep turning up the volume even if I turn of the TV volume functions in the ATV settings. I will have to look into a way to reset the Siri remote to see if this behavior does continue.

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          Guy
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            • Warwickshire, UK

            It does turn on their Beoplay V1, and do control the volume. However the volume function seems to be stuck somehow so it will keep turning up the volume even if I turn of the TV volume functions in the ATV settings. I will have to look into a way to reset the Siri remote to see if this behavior does continue.

            That’s strange – but if you can’t reset it and it’s less than a year old them you should be able to raise as a fault with Apple and get a replacement.

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            Madskp
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              • Denmark

              Madskp wrote: It does turn on their Beoplay V1, and do control the volume. However the volume function seems to be stuck somehow so it will keep turning up the volume even if I turn of the TV volume functions in the ATV settings. I will have to look into a way to reset the Siri remote to see if this behavior does continue.

              That’s strange – but if you can’t reset it and it’s less than a year old them you should be able to raise as a fault with Apple and get a replacement.

              I’m at my parent again and have now tried to charge and restart the SIRI remote as described on Apples support pages. Now all functions seems to work, although I don’t have the same posiblities to do long time testing . I have nothing to add to GUY’s observations.

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