non l'appui long ne fonctionne pas en avance rapide.
par contre j'avais envoyé un mail à philips pour avoir les code IR du dual-s et il m'on réponde ça :
Thank you for contacting Philips regarding your SBCRU990/00.
We are very sorry to say that we have no codes for any foreign or domestic device.
The Prontos are learners and uses the
RC 5 Infra Red Protocol.
The Prontos RU 950 = TSU 3000 (Docking station excluded)
The Prontos RU 960 = TSU 3500 (Docking station included in the purchase)
The Prontos RU 980 = TSU 7000 (Docking station included in the purchase)
The Prontos RU 990 = TSU 7500 (Docking station included in the purchase)
Docking stations RU 951 = DS 3000 (Optional)
Docking stations RU 981 = DS 7000
(You may never use the Pronto 950 on
a docking station RU 981 or vice versa)
The USA Pronto / converter has an RadioFrequency of 418 Mhz
The European Pronto / converter has an Radio Frequency of 492,92 Mhz
Converter Li 900/970 = RFX 6000 (old)
Converter Li 910 = RFX 6500
Converts the Radio Frequency to Infra Red.
(Please note that USA converters are not allowed to be
used in Europe and Vice Versa. Also an USA converter
does not work with an European Pronto and Vice Versa)
After you have learned the Pronto the correct Infra Red codes
you are able to switch over the device from Infra Red to
Radio Frequency on the Pronto
and the Prontos are able to learn up to 78 Khz
If your devices have a different
Infra Red protocol (like IrDA, e.g. the PACE box
of RTL , Radio Frequency or UHF ) then
the Pronto cannot learn these protocols.
Only one code can be learned on 1 button. It is simply
impossible to have 2 codes on 1 button on the Pronto.
Please find out at the manufacturer of your device whether the
original remote control meets the above specifications.
I hope I have answered your question satisfactorily. If you have any further enquiries into this matter, please contact us and refer to your case number PRC-080421-0057