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anrefsah

Onkyo remote (RC-810M)

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Hi

I am considering buying a Flirc for my media center but wonder if it will work with my remote. Thought to use the remote controller from my Onkyo TX-NR809 surround receiver.

I have checked the list of supported remote controls, and my remote RC-810M is not mentioned, but the RC-710M are listed.

Do you think it will work? I do not know the difference between the RC-810M and RC-710M, other than the layout is different.

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Hi anrefsah,

I've tried Googling it but with little results.

Have you got a Manuel?

If it is an I/r remote it should work, though as this is a small company it is hard to test every remote. If one of the companies remotes work, I reckon it will.

For example we found that MCE remotes by Microsoft don't work, then Xbox remotes didn't work either.

Pleasant regards

Chris!

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Thanks for the reply.

I see that several other remotes from Onkyo should work, so I give it at shot and order one flirc right now :D

The remote should be a standard i/r remote as far as I have understand.

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please do post back so other users can benefit from your information of whether it works or not

kind regards,

Chris!

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Hi, I have a Onkyo RC-764M remote, which can emulate many different remotes. Your RC-810M looks exactly the same, but has more input selector buttons. Looks to me it should work fine.

Regards,

Erik

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I did receive my Flirc some days ago, and was able to test it yesterday.

Working great, but I havn't had time to set it up the way I want yet. But what I have tested, is working perfectly :)

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