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Remote Codes Klein DAC II

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Hi Team Klein,

 

Earlier today, @Suopermanni and I did a temporary trade to try out some of each others gear. We swapped my NAD amp for Manni's Klein DAC II.

Silly me however, left the remote control for the DAC behind and now I'm at home with no remote and effectively no DAC :(.

It's a little bit of a drive, but not the end of the world if I do have to zoom back over.

 

But I was wondering if the remote control codes were available or similar to another device.

 

I have a mobile phone that can learn codes, and a Logitech Harmony remote too.


Please help me Team Klein :)

 

 

 

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Hi Hux,

the codes are from a Acurus Amp remote.

Model number DIA 150

power button = display off/on

Mute             =  DSD bypass

balance         = input select

volume          = filters

Hope that helps

cheers   Clay 

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Hey @Gieseler Audio ,

Thanks for the codes :)

I ended up too excited about hearing the DAC to wait, so I drove back and grabbed it yesterday.

 

Must say, I'm hearing a few things I haven't heard before in songs I'm very familiar with. Including MP3 files. So :thumb: for a top DAC.

 

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speeling mistacks

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