Hi - does anyone know if this remote can be programmed to work with two Hummys that are in the same room?
I started that post before anybody else had replied! It isn't worth editing.No need to bang on about it twice BH
It's perfectly valid to ask, because somebody on here might have direct experience. It would have been nice if you had said you had done some preliminary research for yourself though, to save us the bother.Haven't bought it yet, so no manual - just asking!
Many of the buttons are rarely needed in day2day usage or have alternate ways of achieving the same results,Are there an adequate number (39?) of buttons on the URC-1280 for you to satisfactorily operate an HDR-FOX T2?
Yes I am aware that not everyone uses all of he buttons, but different people use a different subset of buttons. I personally use about 43 regularly, but what you, or I use, is irrelevant. - what is relevant is what wiab4355 uses, which is why I quoted wiab4255 and included "for you" (i.e. wiab4355) in my question.Many of the buttons are rarely needed in day2day usage or have alternate ways of achieving the same results,
Of the bottom 12 I only use opt+ regularly, especially since I remapped Portal to Bookmark
I don't know about that specific model. I have One For All URC-7140 which operates up to 4 devices. I have managed to get it operate two Humaxes (2000T & 5000T). My memory is fading on how I did it. One Humax was fairly easy to program into the remote. I remember wasting a lot of time going through all the button codes by hand only to find most of the second Humax codes were unobtainable and had to be learnt.Hi - does anyone know if this remote can be programmed to work with two Hummys that are in the same room?
It does!Unless the JP1.4 interface supports programming shift-keys (eg Setup+>> for >>|, similar to what EEPhil could do), the programmer will still run out of keys.