Thumb stick RC5/ Commander RC6

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Re: Thumb stick RC5/ Commander RC6

Post by cdifan » Sun Nov 03, 2013 2:42 pm

The CD-I 370 is a rebranded Goldstar GPI 1200 player, not a Philips model. I suspect that the Goldstar players do not even have an IR receiver.
And if they did, it would probably not recognize the Philips-authored RC5/RC6 protocols.

Note that the above is just conjecture, I have no hard data on this.

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Re: Thumb stick RC5/ Commander RC6

Post by Calypso » Sun Jun 22, 2014 9:57 am

cdifan wrote:The CD-I 370 is a rebranded Goldstar GPI 1200 player, not a Philips model. I suspect that the Goldstar players do not even have an IR receiver.
And if they did, it would probably not recognize the Philips-authored RC5/RC6 protocols.

Note that the above is just conjecture, I have no hard data on this.
I own a GoldStar GPI-1100M ( basically a GPI-1200 without an LCD screen ) it has an IR receiver and it recognizes the Philips-authored RC6 protocols.


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Re: Thumb stick RC5/ Commander RC6

Post by cdifan » Mon Jun 23, 2014 11:57 pm

I stand corrected, thanks for the info!

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