Coby TV codes are digital inputs used in universal remote controls to specifically control Coby television sets. The codes are usually four digits long, and the sequence often starts with a zero.
Companies such as General Electronics and Philips create universal remote controls for domestic devices such as televisions and DVDs. For the remote to control a specific device, such as a Coby television, special four-digit codes need to be input. A code-search function within the hardware being programmed assists in locating the various codes needed and programming specific buttons on the remote to correspond with specific tasks on the electronic device.