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 Post subject: Re: PROSCAN PSLD45 remote???
PostPosted: 09 May 2019, 22:40 
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I'm hoping this will control my unit. Just ordered it now.


Interesting 16x9 button below the power. Other than that it's an exact duplicate of the cu-cld039 I just added. CLD-2090 assumed to be the pair.
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 Post subject: Re: The REMOTE CONTROL definitive list
PostPosted: 09 May 2019, 22:56 
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remav wrote:
I have a CU-CLD039

Originally Came With: CLD2090 CLD2090-3
Can Be Used With: VXX1536 REMOTE CONTROL CLD2090


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 Post subject: Re: The REMOTE CONTROL definitive list
PostPosted: 11 May 2019, 09:57 
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Just wanted to add that the Pioneer CLD-A100 has an optional/additional remote with the PAC-PC1.

It is model CU-CLD118.
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 Post subject: Re: The REMOTE CONTROL definitive list
PostPosted: 13 May 2019, 22:37 
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Denon RC-537 remote (on ebay now)
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 Post subject: Re: The REMOTE CONTROL definitive list
PostPosted: 13 May 2019, 23:32 
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mckie1 wrote:
Just wanted to add that the Pioneer CLD-A100 has an optional/additional remote with the PAC-PC1.

It is model CU-CLD118.


That’s odd to me because CU-CLD118 doesn’t seem to have any serial port related buttons on it and as a remote it seems to suck just as bad as the one you usually see with A-100s, which itself is a pretty crap remote for a player someone may have invested $3000 into in hardware alone. The CLD-S350 was a sub-$400 player (ie: less than a PAC-PC1) and it still came with a decent remote with a jog dial on it.
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 Post subject: Re: The REMOTE CONTROL definitive list
PostPosted: 24 May 2019, 15:06 
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Found another Denon. (why is there no Denon Section?)

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Denon RC-537 remote (on ebay now)

...another Denon, RC-502:

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 Post subject: Re: The REMOTE CONTROL definitive list
PostPosted: 24 May 2019, 15:23 
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The VEQ1183 goes with Panasonic LX-2000 (according to laserreadfan who was looking for one in 2013... ever find one? This one is on etsy now)

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 Post subject: Re: The REMOTE CONTROL definitive list
PostPosted: 25 May 2019, 01:14 
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Why would anybody post electronics on etsy :crazy:
They charge 20 cents for a few month listing and nothing sells, I tried but nothing sold over 1 year.
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 Post subject: Re: The REMOTE CONTROL definitive list
PostPosted: 25 May 2019, 04:14 
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Here's an interesting page I ran across:

http://www.geodatasys.com/cldv.htm

Showing several industrial series remote/unit pairs:
CU-V113 (aka DXR1036) Wireless Remote & UC-V109BC Pen-type Barcode Reader for CLD-V2800, CLD-V2600,
CU-V113 only listed for the CLD-V2400 & CLD-V2300.

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Barcode Reader & Remote Control
UC-V109BC
(for Industrial DVD and CLD Players)
This affordable pen-type scanner for Industrial LD & DVD players is slim, lightweight and easy to use. Simply trace the light-tipped end over the barcode, while holding the "read" button, allowing instantaneous access to any frame.

Also a basic lightweight wireless remote with pause, play, scan, still/step and skip button controls. Functions with most Pioneer LaserDisc and DVD players, including Home Entertainment models (barcode functions only with Industrial/Educational LB2 players).


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Pioneer Industrial Wireless Remote Control
DXR1036 (aka CU-V113) for CLD-V series
This large button, membrane surface, durable remote is for use with most Pioneer CLD industrial players, particularly the CLD-V2400, CLD-V2300D, CLD-V2600 and CLD-V2800. Primary functions are clearly marked and easy to use: Play, Pause, Stop, FF/FR, StepF/R, Search, Repeat, etc.

RU-V103 for LD-V series

Note: "REJECT" button functions as "STOP", does not open disc drawer.

also see UC-V109BC: Pen-type Barcode Reader
(functions as basic light weight Wireless Remote Control: pause, play, scan, still/step, skip)

...may be more in some of the site's other links.
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 Post subject: Re: The REMOTE CONTROL definitive list
PostPosted: 12 Jun 2019, 15:54 
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In this brochure i came across another CDV-single Player the Sharp CD-V900 BK. The remote of it goes by the same name Sharp CD-V900

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 Post subject: Re: The REMOTE CONTROL definitive list
PostPosted: 07 Jul 2019, 19:42 
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remav wrote:
DXR1036 (aka CU-V113) for CLD-V series...RU-V103 for LD-V series

Note: "REJECT" button functions as "STOP", does not open disc drawer.

I use the CLD-V113a with my Pioneer LD-V4400. The remote is about twice as big as it looks in the photo.
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The CLD-V2600 and the CLD-V2400 are packaged with a remote control unit, the CU-V113. Also, an optional remote control unit, the RU-V103, can be purchased separately and used with this player. The CU-V113 and the RU-V103 are identical remotes, and are used to send commands to the player via an infrared signal.
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 Post subject: Pioneer CU-200 remote control
PostPosted: 12 Sep 2019, 17:03 
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Ever seen that one before?

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 Post subject: Re: The REMOTE CONTROL definitive list
PostPosted: 25 Oct 2019, 15:14 
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SONY 1-465-300-11 RMTJ722 Genuine OEM Original Remote.
This is made exclusively for model MDP-510.

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 Post subject: Re: Pioneer CU-200 remote control
PostPosted: 25 Oct 2019, 22:36 
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Ever seen that one before?

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The answer from me is no.

What unit was it intended for?

Also what are the slider units on the side - channel volume control or am I way off on that?

Cool looking thing whatever it was for.

Thanks for posting the picture :thumbup: .

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 Post subject: Re: Pioneer CU-200 remote control
PostPosted: 26 Oct 2019, 01:51 
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Ever seen that one before?

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The answer from me is no.

What unit was it intended for?

Also what are the slider units on the side - channel volume control or am I way off on that?

Cool looking thing whatever it was for.

I like the fact that it seems to double as a headphone extension cord. The fact that it's corded rather than IR suggests it'd go on one of the really early Pioneer models, so I checked laserdiscarchive for those and what do ya know; http://www.laserdiscarchive.co.uk/laser ... ld-200.htm
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 Post subject: Re: The REMOTE CONTROL definitive list
PostPosted: 26 Feb 2020, 00:46 
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A few more:

CLD-D501 CU-CLD069
CLD-D502 CU-CLD084
CLD-D503 CU-CLD084
CLD-D703 CU-CLD098
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 Post subject: Re: The REMOTE CONTROL definitive list
PostPosted: 02 Mar 2020, 18:07 
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One more:
The CU-CLD048 for the CLD-1090, CLD-1091, CLD-1190, CLD-31
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 Post subject: Re: The REMOTE CONTROL definitive list
PostPosted: 29 Mar 2020, 19:27 
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I suspect some CU-CLD remotes share the same electronics inside...?
The V-dnr buttons are simply not physical on the body of the remote I think.
should investigate that
I find it hard to believe the v-dnr select button for the "higher end" players isn't there on the electronics.
a cu-cld108 for ex. features LD-G buttons... yet every button is on the same place as with a cu-cld117 with the elite range...
I suspect it works both ways...

LD-G included on the 117 yet physical not on the body of the remote
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PostPosted: 30 Mar 2020, 00:27 
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kris wrote:
I suspect some CU-CLD remotes share the same electronics inside...?

Interesting. I haven't thought about this. I have disassembled many backlit remotes (usually to properly stop corrosion), but I haven't paid attention to the components. Looking back at photos of a CU-CLD121 and CU-CLD098 that I happened to take, the boards are marked ALPS which I believe is https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alps_Electric

I don't like disassembling these if I don't have to, but the next time I do I'll document all the components.


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 Post subject: Re: The REMOTE CONTROL definitive list
PostPosted: 31 Mar 2020, 10:26 
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I suspect some CU-CLD remotes share the same electronics inside...?

Interesting. I haven't thought about this. I have disassembled many backlit remotes (usually to properly stop corrosion), but I haven't paid attention to the components. Looking back at photos of a CU-CLD121 and CU-CLD098 that I happened to take, the boards are marked ALPS which I believe is https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alps_Electric

I don't like disassembling these if I don't have to, but the next time I do I'll document all the components.



so I compared the internal print boards

CU-CLD117 (cld99)

CU-CLD108 (HF-9G)

both share the same basic board ALPS BCR970104A with following differences:

CU-CLD117 has yellow leds installed

CU-CLD108 has red leds installed

Both remotes feature the CH mode and Graphics button but it is not on the outer body of the cu-cld117 since the cld-99 didn't come with the LD-G option.
Both of these have NO JOG and Shuttle led installed and it isn't even there on the outher body.
Many other remotes do have this led installed on the more common players.

Another remote I happen to own is the CU-CLD109 that also includes all buttons with the same print (ALPS BCR907104A) inside yet they did not fit the leds or the actual push button on the print! This remote has a red jog and shuttle led left fitted next to the actual dial like many others btw.
This remote has the outer body of a standard type remote lacking the side button to push illumination. like many remotes out there it has the ribbons on each side molded in plastic but nothing functional about that.

I think this info might be interesting to repair or use donor parts with players that didn't come with the right or no remote!
You might be able to build yourself a functional remote from a japanese player or US model player that need the V-dnr thing or LD-G option. it works both ways with these.

Beware the remotes for the cld-703 & 704 have a v-dnr option but the layout is different and there is no select option!

hope this helps someone out there
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