Posted by Daniel Tonks on November 1, 2001 at 1:00 AM
As is the case with the beginning of every month, we've wrapped up our contest and have begun a brand new giveaway. First, check out who won the great prizes from our October contest by clicking here
. You may also want to check out the solution to our maze!
On to the good stuff! This November, Remote Central and AVSMARTS.COM have put together a prize lineup positively brimming with remote controls. First, we've got seven remote controls from Crisp Solutions - there's four of their newly introduced UCommand 525 touchscreen/button model, two of their graphical UCommand 616 remote, plus one of their popular UCommand 515 all-touchscreen remote. You could also pick up a Home Logic UR371 learning remote control or a Casio CMD30B-1T wrist remote! But since one cannot live by remote alone, we're also offering a SIMA SVS-4 S-Video A/V remote controlled switcher and a DVD Doctor disc repair system. As a bonus, you could even win one of three RemoteCentral.com t-shirts thanks to Surge Protection Online! Click here to enter!
Like winning prizes? Then don't forget to check out our Philips ProntoPro CCF design contest!
Where does the time go?
Looking through my records, as of October 6th 2001, it's been an amazing three years since our message forums first opened!
Pronto files galore...
Speaking of long times, it's been quite a while since my last Pronto CCF file area update. As you are no doubt aware, the files in the Pronto area are valid for all models of the Philips Pronto and ProntoPro, all Marantz RC5000 remotes, the Yamaha RAV-2000 and the Onkyo CHAD. If you have any problems, be sure to check out our compatibility page. You can download the programs to make use of these files from this page. Check out the most popular files on our Top Downloads chart!
To begin, we've got quite a large number of new complete system files for black and white models. In alphabetical order:
Sebastian van Til
But that's not all! Our ProntoPro section of color system CCF files has also been expanded with new or updated files from:
A. J. Laban Jr.|
Finally, helpful individuals too numerous to mention have uploaded individual CCF files for a wide variety of new, difficult-to-find or previously uncovered components. You can browse through the entire collection of files starting from the index, or to check out the latest additions visit the new files page.
Remember that we're always looking for new additions!