I just picked up a V9 today and I already had the DVD remote for it. So here's my plans.
I have a Logitech Cordless Action controller. I'm going to put the reset button in the controller. First I'm gonna cut out a place to mount the IR LED in the front part of the controller. Also be cutting a part out of the original IR protector screen from the remote to use on the controller, to make it look cleaner.
Then I'm going to cut out the clear blue Logitech logo on the top of the controller, place the button under it, then reinstall the plastic logo.
My goal is to have the Logitech logo be the reset button.
I have opened up the DVD remote and this is where I'm not too experienced. From what I recognize, I'm seeing the IR LED transmitter, a rounded blue transistor?, a capacitor, and a 20 leg chip with this on the top: "D67A, 899, 438k". And I see 2 definite fuses/resisitors that have "IR8" and "221?" on them. And then there's a possible mini transistor with "BF" on it. There's 3 legs on it so I 'think' it's a transistor.
But what I want to do is not to cut anything on the remote pcb, but to be able to duplicate the signal created by the reset button. I know I need to get my hands on a multimeter for this project too. If anyone has any information that would be useful, I'd be greatly appreciated. What do you guys think?