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Best of all, an ingenious 'no clutter' key system means that only the keys of the active device are illuminated at any one time, so you won't see a profusion of confusing FFWD/RWD keys when you're operating your TV!
To infuriate your friends further, certain keys even have animations.
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I wouldn't have bought it had I known it wasn't compatable with Directv!
pag=41The sound upgrades that you refer to are WAV files, and these can be created using the JP1 tools.
If DVD/1906 is indeed the correct code, it uses the NECx1 protocol with a device code of 44 (and a sub-device code of 44). action=file&file_id=6052 and here's a WAV file for the 15-2138:
Built-in motion sensors activate an ultra cool, electro-luminescent display panel that resembles something from the bridge of the Starship Enterprise (Picard era; Kirk's toupee would quiver at the sight of this Primary Directive busting baby).
In fact, even when you're not using it to operate things, the Kameleon doubles up as a pretty nifty pretend Tricorder (we really should get out more).
And just to hammer the final nail in the coffin of other remotes, the Kameleon is also future-proof.