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BDV-IZ1000W

Blu-ray Disc™ Player Home Theater System

Programming Codes

No remote codes are available here for the BDV-IZ1000W.

Check the manual for the remote, or the device it came with (e.g. TV, Blu-ray player, etc.), for codes.

Programming Instructions

There are 2 different methods to control non-Sony components. You can change the preset code of the remote, or you can set the Sony remote to learn a new code which is not stored in the remote. To control non-Sony components by changing the preset code, follow the steps for using the Preset mode. To control non-Sony components that do not have a preset code, follow the steps for using the Learning mode.

  • Follow these steps to program the remote control using the Preset mode.
  • IMPORTANT: The numeric codes are not provided for this model because the frequencies are built in to the remote control and display during the programming process.

    1. On the remote control, press the HOME button.
    2. At the HOME screen, use the right and left arrow buttons to select Setup.
    3. Use the up and down arrow buttons to select Remote Controller Settings Guide, then press the ENTER button.
    4. Use the up and down arrow buttons to select Preset Mode, then press the ENTER button.
    5. Use the up and down arrow buttons to select the component type that you want to operate with the remote, then press the ENTER button.
    6. Use the up and down arrow buttons to select the appropriate component manufacturer, then press the ENTER button.
    7. Press and hold the TV button (for a television) or STB button (for a cable box, digital satellite receiver, digital video recorder, etc.), and then press the POP UP/MENU button.
    8. Note: The remote will enter Preset mode and the TV or STB button (whichever button you pressed) will start flashing.

    9. Once the TV or STB button starts flashing, enter the code on the TV screen using the number buttons, then press the ENTER button.
    10. Note: If you successfully set the code, the TV or STB button will flash twice slowly. If the setting is unsuccessful, the button will flash five times quickly.

    11. To quit Preset mode press the TV or STB button (whichever button is flashing).
    12. Note: At any time, if you do not operate the remote for more than 10 seconds, the remote will automatically exit from Preset mode.

  • Follow these steps to program the remote control using the Learning mode.
  • IMPORTANT: When using the Learning Mode function, the remote control from the device you wish to learn from will be needed.

    1. On the remote control, press the HOME button.
    2. At the HOME screen, use the right and left arrow buttons to select Setup.
    3. Use the up and down arrow buttons to select Remote Controller Settings Guide, then press the ENTER button.
    4. Use the up and down arrow buttons to select Learning Mode, then press the ENTER button.
    5. Press the ENTER button again.
    6. Use the up and down arrow buttons to select the component type that you want to operate with the remote, then press the ENTER button.
    7. On a flat surface, point the top of the component remote (the part you point toward the component) toward the top of the Sony remote.
    8. Note: For best results, make sure the two remotes are within two (2) inches of one another.

    9. On the Sony remote, press the TV button (for a television) or STB button (for a cable box, digital satellite receiver, digital video recorder, etc.), and then press the TOP MENU button.
    10. Note: The remote will enter Learning mode and the TV or STB button (whichever button you pressed) will start flashing.

    11. Once the TV or STB button starts flashing, on the Sony remote, press the button that you want to assign.
    12. Notes:

      • If the button you selected has already been assigned the TV or STB button will flash five times quickly. Select another button to assign.
      • You cannot assign the RECORD button individually. The RECORD button is used with the PLAY, PAUSE, or STOP buttons. When attempting to assign the PLAY, PAUSE, or STOP buttons while learning, press and hold the RECORD button and then press the PLAY, PAUSE, or STOP buttons.
    13. On the component remote, press the button that corresponds with the function you want the Sony remote to learn.
    14. Note: If at any time you do not press a button within 10 seconds, the remote will return to it's status after step 7. Return to step 8 to continue.

    15. Repeat steps 8-11 to assign (program) more buttons.
    16. Notes:

      • If you successfully set the code, the BD button will flash twice slowly. If the setting is unsuccessful, the TV or STB button will flash five times quickly.
      • If at any time you do not press a button for more than 1 minute, the remote will automatically exit from Learning mode and you will need to return to step 1.

    17. To quit Learning mode press the TV or STB button (whichever button is flashing).

Notes:

  • If more than one code number is listed for your device brand, enter one code at a time until you find one that works.
  • If none of the codes listed for your device brand worked, try codes listed for other brands or perform a search for the correct code (available only on certain models). Check the manual for information about the search option.
  • The previously entered code number will be erased when you enter a new code on the remote.
  • You may need to reprogram the remote after replacing the batteries.
  • If programming fails, you may need to reset the remote control: Remove the batteries, press each button twice, and then put the batteries back in.
  • The operation of a combination deck of any kind is not guaranteed.
  • Some functions of a device may not be controllable by the remote. Please refer to the device manual for details.
  • You may not be able to operate your non-Sony equipment with this remote control. This occurs when the device uses codes not provided for this remote. In this case, please use the device's original remote control or purchase a universal remote control that has a learning function.