A bump to an old thread that I missed the first go around. The "training remote" cover/slip is so bad it's good! And the thing is that you just KNOW someone actually used this thing. (And, sadder, is that one day we'll all get so old and mentally feeble as to probably need one of these things, too; screaming out in our old-man voices: "This things got too many darned buttons!")Doghart said:training remote
Doghart said:training remote
Oh, the joy of toggles. When I was using a Marantz remote was when I learned about discrete codes for the EXACT same reason. I hate "point & pray" macros.Yesfan70 said:No shit, but when I was still using my old Marantz remote, I had to make a layout of what button to push as when my wife would use one of the macro buttons, one component alwasy never turned on (since the freaking remote was never pointed in the right direction :roll: ) . Then she would hit the macro again which would turn everything back off, except for that one component which would turn on.
Naturally, it was 'always' the remote's fault as if it was defective or something. :roll:
I think I know why you got just boxers for Christmas... :mrgreen:MatthewB said:I think it would be a damn miracle if I could just get my GF to turn off the Wii game system when she's done. No matter how many times I tell her that when the light is red that means it's off, yet daily I walk into the guest room and get to stare at a green light. I have even given her the demonstration of "Okay honey, you press this little button and keep it held down for about two seconds till the little light turns from green to red Mmmmkay" her response, "I know, I know" yet a day later I walk in and that little light is green. "Honey, can you come here a second.......do you recall that little lesson I gave you yesterday" (Rolls Eyes) "Yes" then why is the little light green?" "I don't know I pushed in the button" "Did you push it in for more than a few seconds?" "Matt, quit being an ass!!!!" (Storms out)