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Harmony 655 - What if a prolonged press is required??

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Control & Remote Controls' started by IndianaBlues, Sep 7, 2005.

  1. IndianaBlues

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    Hi,

    I ordered my 655 with my new Panasonic TV from Dixons a few weeks ago, but the TV turned up on Saturday and the remote's in the post somewhere. My query is that on my old Sony TV I just had to hit the standby button for a millisecond to bring the it out of standby. With my new Panasonic you have to hold the standby button down for at least 2 seconds before the TV fires up. Can this be accomodated within the Harmony, or will it simply send one-press, fixed-length signals?

    Thanks,

    Nic
     
  2. sneekyb

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    Yes you can increase or decrease the signal time via the online setup.
     
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    I had this problem with my Slimdevices Squeezebox2. The Stop command is a long Pause command (if that made sense).

    I got it to do it by teaching the remote the raw data for a long Pause command.
     
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    Thanks for asking this question because I have been trying to find the answer to exactly the same problem. Quite why Panasonic TV's require such a long on/off signal is a mystery and it has rendered my present remote useless as far as macros go. That's progress!!
    David
     

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