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what is the euro model of the TSU7000
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Post 1 made on Friday April 15, 2005 at 01:35
dood
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I'd like to find out more about it and where I can get the euro version and at what price
Post 2 made on Friday April 15, 2005 at 01:49
Iain Margery
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the Euro model is the RU980, it is the same as the 700 except for the internal ir database and rf frequency. try searching on google.co.uk and limit search to uk only. as far as "what can it do", what would you like it to do?
Post 3 made on Friday April 15, 2005 at 11:08
djy
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Buy from here:
[Link: simplyautomate.co.uk]
or here:
[Link: letsautomate.com]?
or even here:
[Link: unbeatable.co.uk]

N.B. If you're thinking of using IR rather than RF, a 7000 from the States (given the prevailing exchange rate) might be a cheaper option.

Oh, and I would strongly advise you get a copy of this:
http://prontoguide.com/
OP | Post 4 made on Saturday April 16, 2005 at 03:18
dood
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Thanks.

2 more questions:
I've read that the 950 is a bit slow ie there is a bit of a delay after pressing a button before the IR is sent. Is this significant and is it slower than the 940?

Is the pronto 970 the original pronto pro?
Post 5 made on Saturday April 16, 2005 at 05:45
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There have been a few issues with the 950, but I think others, better qualified, can give a more up date answer.

Yes, the TSU 6000 / RU 970 was the original Pronto Pro.

This message was edited by djy on 04/18/05 03:02 ET.
Post 6 made on Sunday April 17, 2005 at 15:21
Ilaria
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On 04/15/05 11:08 ET, djy said...
Buy from here:
[Link: simplyautomate.co.uk]
or here:
[Link: letsautomate.com]?
or even here:
[Link: unbeatable.co.uk]

N.B. If you're thinking of using IR rather than
RF, a 7000 from the States (given the prevailing
exchange rate) might be a cheaper option.

Oh, and I would strongly advise you get a copy
of this:
http://prontoguide.com/

I am trying to use Rf with the 7000 in the UK. Is this possible? It works very badly.
Post 7 made on Monday April 18, 2005 at 03:11
djy
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The 7000 uses a different RF frequency to the 980. Yes it should work, but . . .

1). If you use a 7000 you'll need to get an extender that uses the same frequency; i.e. one from North America.

2). The frequency used by the 7000 is illegal in the UK.

Check out this thread for more detailed information.

This message was edited by djy on 04/18/05 03:18 ET.


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