Programming Remote Controls

  1. Push the TV button and hold down the Setup button until TV button blinks twice
  2. Push 991
  3. Push the Power button
  4. Push the Channel Up (do this slowly) until the TV shuts off
  5. Push the Set Up button and this will lock in the code
  1. Turn on the equipment that you want the remote control to operate (Cable Box or TV).
  2. Press the [DEVICE] button simultaneously for 3 seconds. The device LED will turn on indicating that it is ready to be programmed. The LED will remain on for 30 seconds. The next step must be entered while the LED is on.
  3. Press the [CH ▲] OR [CH▼] button one at a time or keep it pressed. The remote will emit a series of Power ON/OFF code signals. Release the  {CH▲] OR [CH ▼] as soon as the equipment turns off.
  4. Press the same [DEVICE] button to store the code. The Device LED will blink twice to confirm that the code has been stored.

XtremeTV Set Top Box hook up

Amino A140 Set Top Box

  1. S-Video Connects the receiver to your TV to provide high-quality video – provides video only.
  2. HDMI (High Definition Media Interface) Connects the receiver to an HDTV to provide best quality HDTV – provides video and audio.
  3. Power Provides power to the receiver.
  4. Reset No function at this time.
  5. Network Connects the receiver to the video service using a CAT5 Ethernet cable.
  6. Optical Audio (S/PDIF) Connects the receiver to a home theater system to provide surround sound audio – provides audio only.
  7. Out Connects the receiver to the TV using a standard coax cable – provides video and audio.
  8. In Connects the receiver to the video service using a standard coax cable – provides audio and video.
  9. USB (Universal Serial Bus) Connects the receiver to technician’s equipment and other devices.

Amino A540 DVR Set Top Box

  1. RF Out Connects the receiver to the TV using a standard coax cable – provides video and audio.
  2. S-Video Connects the receiver to your TV to provide high-quality video – provides video only.
  3. Optical Audio (S/PDIF) Connects the receiver to a home theater system to provide surround sound audio – provides audio only.
  4. HDMI (High Definition Media Interface) Connects the receiver to an HDTV to provide best quality HDTV – provides video and audio.
  5. USB (Universal Serial Bus) Connects the receiver to technician’s equipment and other devices.
  6. Network Connects the receiver to the video service using a CAT5 Ethernet cable.
  7. Power Provides power to the receiver.
  8. Reset No function at this time.

XtremeTV Video Tutorials

Introduction

Working With Favorites

Managing Your Recording

What’s Hot App

Weather App

What’s on TV

Controlling Live TV

My Setting

Recent Calls App

Phone Menu Voice Mail App

On Screen Program Guide

Recording Programs & Reminders

Parental Controls

Closing

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