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Does the 7000 is an unpgraded 3500 or 3000?
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Post 1 made on Sunday June 10, 2007 at 13:10
Shahar75
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The 3500 has upgraded capabilities in several areas.
Does the 7000 has the qualities of the 3000 or the 3500?
I'm refering to this:
[Link: remotecentral.com]
Post 2 made on Sunday June 10, 2007 at 19:41
Peter Dewildt
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They all now have the same functionality except that the 3000/3500 does not handle transparency quite the same way.
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Post 3 made on Monday June 11, 2007 at 00:19
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On June 10, 2007 at 13:10, Shahar75 said...
The 3500 has upgraded capabilities in several areas.
Does the 7000 has the qualities of the 3000 or the 3500?
I'm refering to this:
[Link: remotecentral.com]

I whould never change a 7000 for a 3500.
Post 4 made on Monday June 11, 2007 at 04:13
Ernie Bornn-Gilman
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On June 11, 2007 at 00:19, ossocao said...
I whould never change a 7000 for a 3500.

Please help us out by giving us a couple of reasons for your decision.
A good answer is easier with a clear question giving the make and model of everything.
"The biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place." -- G. “Bernie” Shaw
Post 5 made on Monday June 11, 2007 at 06:27
Daniel Tonks
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First the 3000 came out, then later the 7000, then later again the 3500 and 7500 at the same time. The 3500 includes more differences over the 3000 than the 7500 does over the 7000, since the 7000 already had many things upgraded/improved from the 3000 (so the 7500 had almost nothing that NEEDED to be upgraded compared to the 3500).
Post 6 made on Monday June 11, 2007 at 07:11
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Daniel said it all. 7000 has everythig a 3500 has + color screen.

Also if you need a screen repair you can make it easy in the 7000. In a 3500 you cannot buy the LCD or the OEM touchscreen. If you have a broken LCD only way to fix is to go to philips.

Last edited by ossocao on June 11, 2007 09:01.
OP | Post 7 made on Tuesday June 12, 2007 at 07:45
Shahar75
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On June 11, 2007 at 07:11, ossocao said...
Daniel said it all. 7000 has everythig a 3500 has + color
screen.

Also if you need a screen repair you can make it easy
in the 7000. In a 3500 you cannot buy the LCD or the OEM
touchscreen. If you have a broken LCD only way to fix
is to go to philips.

What do you mean? Can you buy a general screen?
I'm looking to buy a used TSU7000.
Can i expect some issues on a use unit?
Post 8 made on Tuesday June 12, 2007 at 07:57
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On June 12, 2007 at 07:45, Shahar75 said...
What do you mean? Can you buy a general screen?
I'm looking to buy a used TSU7000.
Can i expect some issues on a use unit?

Yes you can buy a replacement screen or/and touchscreen for the 7000. For the 3000 series you can't.

No issues due to the model. But an LCD remote is a fragil device and if it falls it's easy to get a broken screen.


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