is what this ADDR hack enables. Think it's a Tosh acronym for
Digital Noise Reduction... Anyway, set your set for
ANT1/ANT2 and set DNR to "AUTO". Exit the menu. Shut the
set off; unplug; count 15 slowly; plug in; turn on. Don't really
think this is absolutely necessary, but it won't hurt.
this One-For-All Cinema 7 (URC-7201) remote for $16.97 at WalMart.
You really want the URC-780x or other learning remote if you can
get it, but I didn't have time to mess around looking for it....
so I settled for this one. It works fine for the mod, is cheap,
and is nice to have strictly for ADDR manipulation.
the Cinema 7 is set up for a Toshiba TV (per the Cinema 7
instructions), do the following:
Press "TV" button.
Press "Setup, 0, 1, 4
You should now have a readout
like the one in this image.
"Setup, 0, 1, 4 again.
You should now be in the
"ADDR - UPCON" mode with a readout similar to the one
up to register 17Fh. You can do it one at a time with the
"Ch" up/down buttons, or you can use a shortcut:
Use the "100" button
on the TV remote to set the first register digit to "1".
Use the "0" button on
the TV remote to set the second digit to "7".
Use the "Ch up/down"
buttons on the Cinema 7 remote to set the third digit in the
Note the value of the register.
If it is "80h", continue the procedure. If it is already
set to "07h", then press the "Exit" button on
the Cinema 7 remote and abort the procedure. Your 3:2 is already
enabled. If the register is any other value, proceed at your own
peril. I suggest that you hit "Exit" on the Cinema 7
remote and quit.
using the "Vol up/down" buttons, set the value of the
register to "07h" (repeatedly press "Vol up"
until the value reaches "07".
Your other option is to use the
number buttons "1" - "8" to toggle the bit
registers in the fourth line to match the above
"00000111b". The "8" button controls the
left-most binary digit (MSD). The "1" button controls
the right-most digit (LSD).
Once the value is set as above,
press the "Exit" key on the Cinema 7 remote. This should
pull you out of the ADDR mode completely. You are done!
You COULD also power off and
power on to be sure you are out of the ADDR mode.