I have a 1st gen apple tv, which I still use for a very simple task, viewing my personal picture catalogs while listening to music all of which is stored locally on the 1st gen apple tv hard drive and doesn't require using bandwidth to stream photos and music I already have locally. I also have the 4th gen apple tv for netflix, etc. I have the 4th gen setup for the HDMI control so when we click the sire remote it switches the receiver input. The problem is, if we attempt to use the 1st gen apple tv, the old white remote also is compatible with the 4th gen apple tv. When hitting a button on the white remote to control the 1st gen apple tv, the 4th gen turn on and switches the receiver. The question is: Can you unpair the white remote from the 4th gen apple tv(which was never paired in the first place). I realize I could turn off HDMI control, but i find it useful most of the time..