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Home Theater Master MX-1000 Reviewed
Plus file are updates and user reviews
Posted by Daniel Tonks on September 7, 2000 at 1:00 AM
RC News Story
New Review: After nearly a year of waiting, we've finally received a Universal Remote Controls Inc. Home Theater Master MX-1000 remote control last week and have just finished giving it a full workup. Although the actual release date is still set as "any day now", our version incorporated finalized hardware and (as far as we can determine) the shipping firmware version of 1.00. The MX-1000 is one of the most anticipated remote controls to come out this year, meeting a unique balance between hard button functionality and LCD customizability. Sound interesting? You bet! Read the review!
[Talk about the HTM MX-1000...]

Pronto & RC5000 CCF files: It's been a remarkable few weeks for CCF file uploads! New system configurations are now available online from Andrew Jewell, Bing Fung, Bob Hicks, Brian Arnold, Christian Gossy, Craig, D Zac, Dana Rodakis, Floydster, Guy Kuo, Kevin Erney, Korey Sherwin, Marc Drucker, Raul Villaruz, Scott Biery, Scott Grimes, Stephen Hailey, Sven Westermann, Tom Patterson, Wey Leach, William Chadon. Keep them coming!

For separate component files, new additions include a Focus Enhancements QuadScan video scaler and LinkSys VGA switchbox (Chris Petersen), Marantz DV7000 DVD player (Arnoud van der Heijden), Mitsubishi WS73905 television (Max Yokell), high-frequency codes for Electrohome & Vidikron projectors (Guy Kuo), Onkyo DV-S525 DVD player (Martin Huging) and, finally, a number of CCF files for California Audio Labs CD and DVD players and Go Video VCRs (Stanley Brown).
[Talk about the Pronto & RC5000...]

User reviews: The response to the new Remote Control User Review section has been great. I feel all of the important bugs have been worked out of the program, so now's the time to add your experiences! Own a remote? Sure you do! Tell others what you think about it by clicking here!

CEDIA: As you may know, the CEDIA (Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association) Expo begins this week. As I will not be able to attend, I look forward to hearing comments from anyone who is attending. Photographs and brochures appreciated!

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