On August 21, 2006 at 18:51, cma said...
They allready have and currently do.. they have always
had a Consumer product line and a Custom/Professional
product line ...
I meant essentially package the same pieces of hardware in two different types of boxes. The "consumer" remotes appear to be much less robust than the "professional" line, which would be expected given their names and pricing.
I would like to see the MX-900 and the MX-900 Lite or OEM etc. which would be a fully functioning 900 remote, w/o the software (but the software is a free d/l) and no software support and warranty support through the reseller. This way URC can cover both markets. As it is, they are only covering the CI market and leaving the rest of us having to either opt for the Harmonies (or similar) or spend a lot more money. I feel the URCs are superior, but I don't how many people will pay 3x the cost of an 880 for an MX-900.