RSP-1098 STANDBY Mode

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  • daidavel
    Junior Member
    • Jan 2004
    • 8

    RSP-1098 STANDBY Mode

    The manual says that in Standby mode you have to press the power on the front of the unit, or use the power on the remote control to turn the unit on. I'm finding that pressing ANY key on the remote turns on the unit. This is a little bit annoying, because I have a Pronto Remote, which I have programmed to send the correct input source to the Rotel when the "TV" device is selected on Pronto. Now if someone selects "TV" on Pronto, the Rotel will come on (which then triggers my amps, etc.). Sometimes we just want to watch TV for a few minutes without the whole system on ... I was wondering if others are noticing the same behaviour or there is some setup I'm missing ...
    Thanks!
    Dave
  • mazuly
    Senior Member
    • Feb 2003
    • 238

    #2
    Hi,

    I am not sure how Pronto works since I do not have one, but RSP-1098 powers on when you press and HOLD the buttons on the remote, and not just by pressing them. You may have programmed Pronto to send a press and hold signal and that is why RSP-1098 powers on.

    Maybe Andrew can help on this since I think he uses a Pronto remote.

    Thanks,
    Maziar

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