Win something great:
But first, the results are in for our September 2000 contest to win a Denon Aktis remote, Toshiba DVD player, Tara Labs interconnects and a Wavecom Senior wireless audio/video transmitter. Find out who won and the solution to the puzzle by visiting this page
Now here it is – our biggest contest ever, sponsored by AVsmarts.com. For October we’ve got seven prizes totaling almost $2000! You could win an RTI TheaterTouch T2 remote control, a One For All Director (Mosaic) remote control, a Henry Kloss Model 88 tabletop radio, a VTech cordless phone, a Sony RM-AV2100 remote control, a Cambridge M500 remote control or a Crisp Solutions UCommand 515 remote control. Whew, that’s a real mouthful – and since I know you’d love to win, enter today!
Sony shirts: Although I had previously announced the Sony RM-AV2100/Remote Central golf shirt
giveaway as completed, Sony has informed me that they still have a few shirts in smaller sizes.
So, if you own the RM-AV2100 remote control and would like to have one, visit
this message forum thread
and follow the directions in the first message. Be sure to check the end of the thread to ensure
that there are still some left as of the time you read this. Remember, in order to claim a shirt
you must prove that you own a Sony RM-AV2100!
[Talk about the Sony RM-AV2100...]
Plenty 'o files: It's time for our Pronto & Marantz RC5000 CCF update! This week we've got brand new or updated system CCF files from
Aaron Macpherson, Alexis Martin,
André Ramos, Andrea Whitlock,
Andrew Demski, Andy Pober,
Bertrand Fournier, Brett Silverman,
Christian Baumann, Dan Drummond-Coleman,
Darren Demers, David Mayo,
David VanOstrand, Dennis Boyce,
Floydster, Jerry Dobson,
Jim Doyle, Kenneth Watt,
Örjan Bolander, Patrick Gamet,
Richard Chapple, William Chadon &
Xavier de Tracy. There's some real innovative files in there!
In terms of separate component files, new additions include a JVC XU-301BK MD/CD recorder
(Mark Shankland), Keyspan USB Computer Remote (Brady Sparkman), Zenith VRD700HF VCR (Namir Gharaibeh),
B&K AVR307 receiver (Ron Sadlier), various McIntosh preamps, control centers and DVD players (Chuck Hinton),
Celestion Home Theater in a Box (Ron Krause), Denon AVR-5700 receiver (Jaime Leftkowitz), NEC
CT-2020A television (Ralph Erps), and a Audio Alchemy DLC preamp, TEAC VRDS-T1 CD player and
Pioneer PDR-05 CDR (all from Wim Joos).
Finally, Andrea Whitlock's DSS channel logo
file has been updated with new stations, and Barry Gordon's genIRDB
utility has been upgraded to version 4.01.
[Talk about the Pronto & RC5000...]
They haven’t done this in years. I wonder why?
Software runs on any mobile device; uses simple PC as system controller.