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Set your 722 to Single Mode, then set your remote #2 (UHF remote) to controll your TV and Onkyo and your all set.

In Single Mode you can use either remote, in Dual Mode only #1 remote will work with the primary TV. You will NOT be forced to SD, I'm using this setup righ now and I get all the HD channels and HD output
 

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alfa147x said:
oh sorry UHF remote, the hdmi is going into my Onkyo receiver
If you have shared mode on (I actually turn it off so a neighbor's UHF doesn't accidently control my DVR) and are in single mode, then the UHF remote will control TV1. Its also possible to use a UHF remote in dual mode, but that's not your case.
 

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space86 said:
Ultra High Frequency.

The 722 and 622 come with two remotes. Remote 1 is Ifra Red only. Remote 2 is UHF and IR. (The IR to control TV and other equipment).

The UHF remote allows its user to control the STB in another room.
 

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Marriner said:
Ultra High Frequency.

The 722 and 622 come with two remotes. Remote 1 is Ifra Red only. Remote 2 is UHF and IR. (The IR to control TV and other equipment).

The UHF remote allows its user to control the STB in another room.
I wish they would make all remotes UHF
Does it really cost that much?
 
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