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Sony TV Universal Remote Codes, Tips And Tricks

by Justin W. Content writer

As we know, a uniform remote control is but an excellent option if, on the offset that you may have lost your original remotes. One striking feature about Sony universal codes is that one can program Sony TV easily in their home theatre. Here in this article, we discuss the advantages of Sony TV Universal remote codes, and thus we briefly shall attempt to list and explain the types of Sony remote codes and how essential it is. Here, we shall attempt to gather and discuss the most significant Sony universal codes for the various methods of manual and digital programming.

So our first question is, how do we auto program DirecTV Cable remote with a Sony Tv? For this, the input key has to be programmed crucially upon each set-top box universal remote. So we have to ensure that each of the Sony TVs, or any other device you wish to setup with the help of Sony universal remote codes, is plugged and 'on.' It is a must to ensure that the batteries of the Sony Tv remote, is in optimum condition. After that, it is crucial to make a list of Sony universal remote codes, of which the list has been provided further down this article.

For starters, we shall explain an automatic universal remote setup method. Hopefully, it is not as difficult as presumed. So the primary step would be to turn on the Sony TV, followed by turning on the DirectTV universal cable remote. Then it would be advisable to tap and hold the MUTE & SELECT option, stay patient for two bleeps, and then release. This step is now quite vital, and that is to enter the Sony Universal remote codes. The next step would include turning on the device. Finally, it is advisable to press the TV button etched on the Sony remote and press the power button. You will know that your endeavor has been successful if and when the TV responds positively. As with any technology-driven device, they do not function every time, and not every model is in perfect accordance with function. As of now, we have the traditional manual code entry to save us. In order to manually program the Sony Tv, one can seek help from the list written below, of Sony Tv remote codes, with the Sony universal remote code. Then, the next step is to enter the Sony universal remote codes with their respective numbering onto the number pad of the TV remote.

Listed here is the DirectTV Remote code list for Sony TV

  • 11100

  • 10000

  • 10011

  • 10080,

  • 10111

  • 10273

  • 10353

  • 10505,

  • 10810

  • 10834

  • 11317

  • 11685,

  • 11904

  • 11925

  • 10010

  • 10000

As you enter the Sony remote codes, a flash shall come from the TV remote. Then it is advisable to tap on the button to change the channel towards the predecessor, all this whilst steadily aiming the TV remote straight towards the television set, and it will function if the Sony remote code is right. However, if the TV does not respond, do not be astounded. Simply do the same process with the next code from the aforementioned list.

Some additional information is here to assist your knowledge about Universal Remote Codes For Sony:

These are the RCA Sony universal remote codes for Sony Tv.

SONY TV 4 digit codes: 

  • 1001

  • 1036

  • 1093

  • 1135

  • 1177

One-For-All Universal Remote for SONY TV:

SONY TV 3 digit codes: 

  • 111

  • 011

  • 273

  • 000

  • 080

GE Universal Remote Codes for SONY TV:

SONY 3 Digit TV codes:

  • 002

  • 006

  • 013

  • 071

  • 128

  • 380

Distant codes for SONY TVs. Here is a list of SONY all-inclusive controller codes to be utilized with all SONY TVs. These codes can be utilized with an all-inclusive controller that can program a 3, 4, or 5 digit code.

Sony TV 4 digit universal remote codes: 

  • 1001

  • 1036

  • 1093

  • 1135

  • 1177

SONY TV 3 digit codes: 

  • 111

  • 011

  • 273

  • 000

  • 080

GE Sony TV Universal remote codes( SONY 3 Digit TV codes):

  • 002

  • 006

  • 013

  • 071

  • 128

  • 380

Let us also learn how to use universal remote codes in Sony DirecTV. When one discovers the bit by bit directions to program universal remote codes of Sony TV, it is ideal to utilize the Sony Tv universal remote codes which have been listed above.

Here is an inventory of all Sony TV Universal Remote Codes:

SONY 3 and 4 digit widespread codes are:

  • 002

  • 000

  • 011

  • 080

  • 111

  • 006

  • 071

  • 128

  • 925

  • 1904

  • 0000

  • 0834

  • 0810

  • 1685

  • 1786

  • 1032

  • 1972

Sony Remote Codes:

VCR Codes:

Sony – 301,302,303

Sony – 701

DVD Code Numbers:

Sony – 751

DBS Receiver Code Numbers:

Sony – 801 (Preset code for the controller)

Sony Programming Instructions:

As we conclude, let us wind up by revising how to use remote codes for an optimum experience as a Sony TV user. Follow these means to program the controller.

  • Stage 1

Turn on the segment to be modified.

  • Stage 2

On the controller, press and hold the SET catch until the SET pointer illuminates.

  • Stage 3

Press the fitting part select catch for the segment being set up.

  • Stage 4

  • Utilizing the number cushion, enter the part's producer code. Note: If more than one code number is recorded for the maker, rehash the method, entering each code in turn until you discover one that works.

  • Stage 5

Press the ENTER button. Point the controller at the part and press the POWER button.

Sony TV Universal Remote Codes, in 3 and 4 digit (all inclusive codes) are : 

  • 002

  • 000

  • 011

  • 080

  • 111

  • 006

  • 071

  • 128

  • 925

  • 1904

4 digit Codes:

  • 0000

  • 0834

  • 0810

  • 1685

  • 1786

  • 1032

  • 1972

The VCR Codes for Sony are: 

  • 301

  • 302

  • 303

Sony – 701

Sony – 801 (Preset code for controller)

General Remote (Replacement for RM-V202) Codes for Model # RM-V210

Sony 8201

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