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Table of contents for the manual

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    Xtender Installation Manual[...]

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    Contents 2 Contents Chapter 1 Welcome Now You Can Setup Overvie w What You Need Basi[...]

  • Page 3

    Welcome 3 Welcome Welcome to the World of Whole-Home Entertainment Choices The BOCS Xte[...]

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    Welcome 4 What You Need Tools Small pair of pliers Flat-blade scre wdriver What's [...]

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    Welcome 5 Remote Control Lights - When in Programming Mode – The po wer light comes on a[...]

  • Page 6

    Welcome 6 What’s on the Front Panel? 1. Learning Window Xtender has the abil[...]

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    Welcome 7 What’s on the Back Panel? 1. Power The AC adapter plugs in here [...]

  • Page 8

    Installing the SuperCombiner 8 What’s on the Remote? [...]

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    Installing the SuperCombiner 9 Installation Overview Easy as 1-2-3 Step 1 – Install Super[...]

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    Installing the SuperCombiner 10 Part s Nee de d COAX Power Adapto r X tender Po we r Sup[...]

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    Installing the SuperCombiner 11 Parts Neede d SuperCombine r Cable Finder Too l Short COAX [...]

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    Installing the SuperCombiner 12 Locate the Splitter It will be in your cable box and will likel [...]

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    Installing the SuperCombiner 13 Connecting the SuperCombiner • Plug the cable you loc[...]

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    Installing the Xtender 14 Step 2 Installing the Xtender Connect Xtender Remove the coax adap[...]

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    Installing the Xtender 15 Red Channel Set Up • TiVo DVR with a cable box that it controls [...]

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    Installing the Xtender 16 Connect the “IR Blaster” This cable lets Xtender control the A/ [...]

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    Installing the Xtender 17 Locate the IR window on the dev ice that you have plugged into the Gre[...]

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    Installing the Xtender 18 Using the RED Channel Out A/V cable connectio n allows you to pass t[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 19 Step 3 Programming the Remotes Three Steps to Programming the R[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 20 • Enter the device code while pointing the remote at the TV – th[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 21 • Identify the device code from the list (Appendix A) • Simult[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 22 6. Press the Select/OK button to accept the ne w code. Step 4: P[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 23 More Programming Options Control other devices in the same room as t[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 24  "TV" and "Live TV" - to restore the TV-Input[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 25 2. Press and hold simultaneously for at least 2 sec onds one of thes[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 26  "DVD" and "Delete/*" for the local DVD dev i[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 27  1 = send two digits for channel 99 or lo wer; send "+100&qu[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 28 Using the Remotes Controlling the TV Press the Local TV butto n,[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 29 When you press a button, one of the follo wing buttons on the remote w[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 30 Troubleshooting: General Sometimes while I’m watching an Xtender[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 31 is not as good as my Cable TV channels on the TV connected to the L[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 32 I found a code for my TV or A/V device and some buttons work but ot[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 33 pointed there until the TV goes where you want - some TVs take a whi[...]

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    Programming the Remotes 34 press Select/OK to confirm 1 for a pause time of 1/10th of a seco nd [...]

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    Television Device Codes 35 Television Device Codes Television Admiral 00093 00463 Advent 00[...]

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    Television Device Codes 36 00178 01347 01919 01926 16624 17419 17621 Petters 01523 [...]

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    Television Device Codes 37 TV/DVD Combination Advent 01933 25592 Akai 01675 01935 [...]

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    Cable & Satellite Box Device Codes 38 Cable & Satellite Box Device Codes Cable Box [...]

  • Page 39

    Video Device Codes 39 Video Device Codes DVD Player Accurian 25648 25992 Advent 255[...]

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    Video Device Codes 40 Laser Disk Player Carver 20674 Denon 20539 20652 Disco Vision[...]

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    Video Device Codes 41 Teac 16384 1642 5 Technics 16419 16546 Teknika 16419 16421 16384 [...]

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    Auxiliary Device Codes 42 Auxiliary Device Codes Audio Amplifier Adcom 33345 Bose 33442[...]

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    Auxiliary Device Codes 43 Marantz 29861 29941 28711 28861 29961 MCS 28711 Mitsubishi 30[...]

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    Auxiliary Device Codes 44 Show Current IR Codes programmed into the remotes This function o[...]

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    Auxiliary Device Codes 45 Remote Control Special Function Quick Reference Function: Key Combin[...]