Loewe TVs - Bind AV inputs to Channel No.s?

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  1. Darkl0rd1

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    I'm sick of having to scroll through all the available inputs to get to the AV input I'm after on my Aconda.

    I seem to remember someone saying there was a way to bind the AV inputs to channel numbers so you can go to them directly. I've messed around but cant find a way to do this.

    Anyone else done this? If so how do you go about it?
     
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    They are usually assigned already at the end of the number range. It is actually depends on the set for example 197 198 199 etc.

    br.
     
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    Thanks for the info Igirus.

    Unfortunately when I was originally setting up stations on my TV, I deleted all unused entries (I only have 1-5 listed under my station table).

    I have since brought back all stations from 10 - 200 to try your suggestion, but unfortunately the AV inputs are not listed. I can only presume they were wiped when I deleted all the unused channels.

    Is there any way I can restore them? Or rebind them to these numbers?

    Any further help you could give me would be most appreciated.
     
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    The following may help:

    go to Menu - AV Connections - Connect AV devices
    and select the socket which you have something connected.
    Loewe perefers AV1 and AV2 for VCR , AV3 ( this is RGB capable)for DVD.

    199 AV1, 198 AV2, 197 AV3, 198 front socket, 195 VGA (if there is any)

    b.r.
     
  5. Darkl0rd1

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    What Chassis and software do you have Igirus? (Q2500/H v2.6 here)

    I tried what you suggested and can add any connections I want, but none of them have channel numbers listed next to them.

    On the station table, and when I scroll through stations with the remote, AV connections are not listed with station numbers.

    It looks like the only way I can get to them is by either scrolling through them with up/down keys, using the station table or the 0 key to bring up the AV menu.

    If Loewe have taken out this feature with the 2500 chassis, I wonder why? Not being able to go directly to specific AV inputs is a real pain! :mad:
     
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    Hello, I have had an Aconda with Q2400.
     
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    Has anybody found a way to move the AV channel numbers for instance move av1 from 199 to channel number 10.
     
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    Hi Skid,

    I know exactly what you mean and what you want to do because I have tried. I spoke to my dealer and Linn technical bods(importers for Loewe) and the answer was know.

    I'm still want to do this so hope someone will find a way!
     

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