On 08/18/04 21:58 ET, kenyee said...
Not quite the same though. You guys are trying
to get IRClone support.
I'm trying to figure out what the 7-pin connector
in the battery compartment is for, especially
if it has JP1 support ;-)
The pins you see are for factory programming only - nobody has ever been able to program a remote using those, which is why the IRClone-MX was conceived and implimented. It's the only way to program the remote other than doing it the long / hard way.
btw, why would you get an MX w/ IRClone instead
of getting a $50 JP1 remote? The JP1 remote seems
to be just as programmable (honest question, not
trying to troll)...
The One For All remotes are great, but would never be considered high-end remotes (although the URC-9960 is pretty slick!). I still get compliments on the MX-500 when visitors come over (although I think they like the MX-3000 more! ;)