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Short answer is no. The 2 remotes work differently. The E* remote sends a a single command. Where as the Onkyo sends out repeating command chain. I have an Onkyo TX-SR602 that switches between 3 component inputs so I know your pain. It means we have to carry around 2 remotes instead of 1 "universal" remote. It is possible to change channels (direct channel # input) w/ the Onkyo remote but it is not possible to bring up the guide.user04 said:I have an onkyo r500 receiver for my surround sound and when I hold down the volume button on my 622 remote control it doesn't make the volume rapidly go up or down instead I have to keep pressing the volume in increments of one. This isn't the case on my DVD player or TV. Is there any thing that can be done because its annoying to press the up volume 40 times to get it to a comfortable licensing volume. Its also annoying constantly switching to different modes on the remote, this was not a problem with my old Tivo remote. Any help appreciated.