Q-TV2 - Q. What are the IR remote commands and universal remote control info for the QTV, QTV2 and QTV2x?
Q Acoustics QTV, QTV2 and QTV2x remote controls use a standard Phillips RC5 command set, these command sets are commonly found on what are known as a 'Universal Remote Control', they termed universal as they carry the IR codes banks for most well known manufactures and models of equipment. Should your QTV, QTV2 or QTV2x remote control fail, become lost or you just want to integrate the controls onto a single remote, you'll need to select the following during the specific remotes set up
Manufacturer = Phillips
Device Type = Satellite or SAT (or 22)
The actual commands are
Mute = 13
Volume Up = 16
Volume Down = 17
The historical part code for a spare QTV remote is QA7017
Q Media - Q. How do I use a universal remote control with a Q Media soundbar/soundbase?
Answer: We envisaged the remote control packaged with our soundbars/soundbase would be used infrequently in favour of the TV's. There are other options available, universal remotes being one. Where a universal remote control manufacturer does not ...
Q Media - Q. How do I use a Q Acoustics Soundbar with BT YouView?
Answer: Unfortunately there is no punch-through capability on the YouView IR Remote, and online help from BT has confirmed this. Punch through is the common term for being able to programme your remote control to send IR codes to both a TV and an AV ...
Q Media - Q. My Q Media product's remote very intermittent and 'flakey', even after changing the batteries?
Answer: IR is in the non-visible light spectrum, but does still reflect off of shiny surfaces. If you place your Q media product (m2, m3, m4 & m7) on a shiny surface, you need to ensure the front is level or forward of this surface otherwise you will ...
Q Media M2/M3 - Q. My TV doesn't have an ARC (Audio Return Channel) HDMI. Does that mean I can't use my TV remote to control the M3?
Answer: Not necessarily; our suggestion, if you cannot get audio via the HDMI connection on an older TV, try adding an optical connection at the same time. The key feature required to allow your TV's remote handset to control the M3 (including M2) is ...
Universal Tensegrity Stand - Q. How will my speakers fix to the stands?
Answer: Please be aware that the universal plates for the Tensegrity Stands have an adhesive-type layer with adjustable grommets, so whilst your speakers will not bolt onto the plates/stands, they are secured with the aforementioned layer and ...