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Hi, I'm not absolutely sure but as it has programmable keys it should be possible to programme it to wotk with a Virgin box just as much as with any other box.
By Teltech Communications on 27 July 2015 SELLER
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I don't know! Our TV seemed not to have a code for this remote!
By Amazon Customer on 14 December 2014
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HI, I'm not sure if it would suit the operation of a DVD.
There are only 7 buttons which are designated Volume UP, Volume Down, Channel UP, Channel Down, Power ON, Power OFF, and "AV".
You could of course program any of the buttons to do any function of the DVD remote. You program it by pointing your existing remote a… see more
HI, I'm not sure if it would suit the operation of a DVD.
There are only 7 buttons which are designated Volume UP, Volume Down, Channel UP, Channel Down, Power ON, Power OFF, and "AV".
You could of course program any of the buttons to do any function of the DVD remote. You program it by pointing your existing remote at the DORO remote and pressing the buttons on each (I can't recall the exact sequence but it is relatively easy)
In my application I wanted to control the volume on the TV and the channels on the set top box, which is well within the capabilities of the remote.
To operate a DVD player you are going to require "PLAY", FAST FORWARD", "REWIND", "SELECT", and "PAUSE".
I think you need to find a similar unit with more buttons? see less

By K. Kirwan on 24 November 2013
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It should do. As long as it can be controlled by a remote in the 1st place. You point your remote at this one, to "teach" it. Then this one can control functions you "teach" it.
By Mr James R on 17 February 2016
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I very much doubt it. The Doro needs something to "learn" from.
By Mr. Trevor Pilling on 28 July 2015
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I think the best advice I can give is for you to check their website. The main reason for us buying this remote was for my mother-in-law because she had arthritis in her fingers and found normal remotes too hard to use. From what I can remember, I'm sure the Dora remote was a 'learning' remote, learning from your tel… see more I think the best advice I can give is for you to check their website. The main reason for us buying this remote was for my mother-in-law because she had arthritis in her fingers and found normal remotes too hard to use. From what I can remember, I'm sure the Dora remote was a 'learning' remote, learning from your television's remote and I seem to remember it was quite straight forward. see less
By Sheila Camp on 10 March 2014
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As long as you fo;follow the instructions and the tv is noy a smart tv it should work. the instuctions are very simple and easy to understand.
By Alirat on 27 November 2013
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Obviously, I only had a need to tune it to a single TV, a Samsung smart TV. It was very simple to do, and worked first time. The instructions suggested it is compatible with a massive range of TVs but I cannot comment on which may be the most compatible, if indeed, there is any difference.
By I T Gray on 02 June 2015
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I don't think it can. As far as I know it "learns" from the old remote. You point and press at the new one to program each button on the new one.
By Mr James R on 08 April 2016