07-02-2006 08:12 PM
07-03-2006 09:49 AM
07-12-2006 11:03 AM
The current range of Harmony Remotes, and virtually all universal remotes cannot control some older Sony devices. If the device uses a "Vision Touch" remote or if the model number ends with "G", or if it came with the "Air-Egg" remote, chances are that the customer has one of Sony’s infamous VisionTouch (aka CAV) controlled systems and we cannot control it.
Affected models include: STR-DA90ESG
01-04-2010 01:29 AM
I wish Logitech stops showing incorrect compatibility. In the portal, where one enters the model number to see if it's supported, the result shows as Compatible.
I bought the remote specifically because the compatibilty said YES.
I have STR-D760Z.
01-04-2010 11:04 AM
The Sony STR series AV receivers have 2 Comand modes AV1 whice most univiersl remote emulate and AV2. Sony receivers are set by default to AV2, so you either have to change the command mode to AV1, or in the Harmony software, select the device tab, select your AVR, select settings, and select Confirm IR, this will then match your remote to your AVR command set.
04-23-2012 10:08 PM
If you KNOW the Harmony remotes can not operate this family of Receivers, then why
does your website insist it does? Can you please correct this??
I investigated your Remotes through your website several times before purchasing a Harmony 600. My Sony A/V Receiver is notoriously impossible to find a non-OEM remote for, but your website assured me that the Harmony remotes supported it and its' cousins in the 'Vision Touch' series - specifically the STR-D760Z, STR-DE815G, & the STR-DE1015G. The Sony RM-H501 remote operates all these flawlessly, however, the Harmony 600 is simply ignored by the receiver. Since you make a point of stating it is supported, please advise how? If they are not supported, I suggest you update your website immediately.