Universal Remote Control Inc. thinks they have the perfect solution with the sophisticated MX-950.
Posted by Daniel Tonks on January 2, 2006 at 1:00 AM
Big home theater system? Need a hard buttoned remote with more oomph than the Home Theater Master MX-800? Don't particularly want a LCD touchscreen model? If this sounds like you, then Universal Remote Control Inc. thinks they have the perfect solution to your high-end remote dilemma with the sophisticated, PC-programmable Complete Control MX-950 Aurora.
As URC's top-of-the-line hard buttoned universal remote, the MX-950 blends the simple, easy-to-use concept of their earlier MX series of remotes (MX-500 through MX-850) with the advanced capabilities of the color touchscreen MX-3000. The PC-programmable Aurora can operate up to 255 devices and sports a graphical LCD screen for custom button labeling, multi-color backlighting, USB interface, audio playback, unlimited macros with variable support, pickup sensor, optional RF basestation, plus a whole slew of advanced programming capabilities.
To start off the new year with a bang I'm very pleased today to present our complete review of the MX-950. As usual the review is packed with details and choc full of photos and screenshots - you may even find it useful as a quick crash course in MX-950 Editor!
Read all about the MX-950!
Off to CES!
As many of you are aware, later this week the absolutely gigantic International CES 2006 show is being held in Las Vegas, Nevada. CES is the "Consumer Electronics Show" and is the single most popular launching platform for new electronics devices. Naturally we'll be there, covering all the latest universal remote controls plus everything else of interest. And stay tuned after the show for our traditional video report!
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