Color Pronto Remote Control - TSU9600 (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Best graphics in the industry
- Ergonomic design with optimized button layout
- Best-in-class IR learning and sending
- Out-of-the-box control of Escient and Lutron
- Built-in system diagnostics save time if a problem occurs
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pThe sensational looking Philips Pronto gives you complete control of your AV entertainment, lighting and music throughout your entire home. So why not complement it with the comfort, convenience and control that Philips Pronto brings./p
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After you programed it, you will discovery how good is to put all the remote controls in a drawer and use only one. Use the macro comands to make your life easy.
Also, buy the RFX 9400 extender to enjoy the control with RF system. It is easy to comand your components that are inside or behind the furnitures. You won't need to point the remote control to the components to control them.
The bad news is that Philips didn't have a complete library of comands for hi-end components, specially for Audio Research, Pink Triangle, some Krell, Bluenote, GamuT, some Integra, Jeff Roland, Electrocompaniet, etc. Logitech has a more large library for almost all the components in the market.
The downside- this unit is not reliable- almost moody, if that's possible. It'll work fine for a few days or a week, then start rebooting- over and over, until the battery is dead. Or, the RF link with the extenders will suddenly stop working (usually in the middle of the film, with a roomful of guests). The only way to get it going again is to shut off the remote and extender, than power back up- and then wait several minutes (!) for the link to re-establish. Finally, a couple of the hard buttons quit responding, regardless of how they are programmed.
I can't comment on Philip's customer service- they did not respond to any of the three e-mails I sent from their support webpage.
This is an ultimate gadget, with a potential for greatness. But, with the odd technical bugs, and no factory support, it's a hard sell.
week to learn how to use the software or hire an expert installer, there some pronto modules to control av and lighiting two ways, but to download them you will need to be a pronto certificate one.
i gave a three star because a compare it to ipod touch tecnology,
that is more impresive than all the av controllers that are in the market.
That will be my idea of a great controller a 7" ipod touch that could control av components. Mail, skype, music, internet, etc.
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