Posted by Daniel Tonks on May 4, 2001 at 1:00 AM
At long last, I've managed to convert my Home Theater Master MX-1000
old-format .MDL file into a brand new .MX configuration. This time a single file holds buttons, macros and learned commands - a huge improvement over the previous split-file design. Although I am still unable to upload from the remote on my "work" machine, I was eventually able to do so on an older computer - so it does include all commands for my devices. You'll find my new .MX file, complete with all original buttons, in the MX-1000 System File area
MX-500 & Pioneer codes...
Rumor has it that the latest shipment of Home Theater Master MX-500 remotes to Universal Remote Control's warehouse incorporates the full Pioneer code learning fix and also include the new shorter "1 second macro hold time". These units probably won't make their way to dealers for several days yet.
[Talk about the MX-1000 & MX-500...]
Today, you'll find a DVD review of Disney's recently released animated movie, The Emperor's New Groove, Ultimate Groove edition. Check it out here!
[Talk about DVD movies...]
Expand traditional sensor coverage on Total Control systems with URC's new 4-port, network-enabled expander.
Create a single DMS network audio stream from any source, then decode it for any amplifier!