Any Denon 3802 users TiVo?

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  1. Mark Kreisberg

    Mark Kreisberg Auditioning

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    Just got my 3802 and am quite pleased. I'd like to give the remote a try but need to control my TiVo and I didn't see a code for it. Any success stories out there?

    I may have to also ask this over at Remote Central.
     
  2. Michael Mathius

    Michael Mathius Supporting Actor

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    Mark:

    I have both units but I use my pronto to control both.

    You should also try tivocommunity.com.

    Good luck.
     
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    I ditched by Prontos and went with the MX500 when I got my Tivo. The tactile thumbpad is great.....and it contols all of my equipment including the 3802.

    Tyson
     
  4. Mark Kreisberg

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    Ok, thanks for the input. If I have no luck with the Denon remote I'll look into either the MX500 or the Pronto.
     
  5. Henry_W

    Henry_W Stunt Coordinator

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    The Denon Remote has effectively learned every command I have given it from other remotes. I simply try to put the commands on logical buttons - which is somewhat hard to do since only small portions of the Denon remote are intuitively placed - and go from there.

    Now a question for Denon - You put emphasis on the remote for TV/Sat capabilities but don't have a previous channel/recall button? Sometimes one has to wonder just who makes the budget cutting/design decisions. To be fair, they are in this business to make an amp/reciever (which I find well done) and are not as concerned about remote asthetics or (obviously) intelligable manuals....
     

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