Macro/panel jump capabili, Macro/panel jump capabilities – Marantz RC9200 User Manual
Macros can range from a one step jump to any device or home
panel to sequences with up to 255 steps. In order to plan your
macros, you should understand the capabilities as follows.
Device Panel Buttons Can’t Perform Jumps/Macros
You can program a macro to be played back when any button on
the Macro side of the RC9200/5200 is pressed (see page 43).
You can program a macro to be played back when a device
group is selected by either pressing a button on a home panel
or by selecting the device via the Device Menu (see page 26).
You cannot program a macro to be played back when any
button is pressed on a device Panel. All of the tab-style panel
jumps programmed into Device panels were programmed using
a windows PC and Marantz RCEdit (see page 47).
Macros Perform Jumps to Any Device Panel
The Marantz RC9200/5200 has the unique capability of jumping to
any device panel during a macro.
You can make any or all of the 255 steps a jump to any Device
panel. This provides you with the opportunity to give some
feedback to the end user while a macro is being played back.
For example: you can reveal the CD device panel to show the
user that RC commands are being sent to the CD player, then
jump to an AMP panel to show the user that RC commands are
being sent to the amp.
You can ADD/Create a Status device group (located in new
devices in the division named OTHER) and custom label each
panel to give the end user more specific feedback as to what
the macro is doing. You can then program jumps to each Status
panel to occur during the macro.
You cannot jump to any Macro or Home panel. You are only
allowed to jump to Device panels when programming with the
RC9200/5200 stand alone.
Customizing Your RC9200/5200
Macro/Panel Jump Capabilities