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Philips TSU9600


$1,200.00 Released July, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Large 3.7" touchscreen display. Wireless with charging stand. Endless options - IR or RF capable, fully programmable.

The Cons:Not easy to program. Extremely expensive. Super luxurious - requires the best of the best not to look out of place.

The Philips TSU9600 is a universal remote control from Philips' Pronto Series that can be used to control an entire home theater setup.  The remote is an upgrade to the TSU9400 since it features a larger 3.7" color LCD touch screen with an activity-based interface for programming multiple activities with just one button.

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  It has an ergonomic design that allows both one or two handed controls and a built-in stylus for greater accuracy.  The remote also features laser-engraved tactile buttons which resist fading and includes white backlighting for both the screen and the buttons, making it easy to operate in the dark.  The TRU9600 is easy to setup and has a rotary control wheel for easy navigation.  It includes preconfigured lighting and music server controls and has customizable buttons that that can be programmed to store functions based on the user's needs.  The remote includes WiFi connectivity, has a built-in speaker, and comes with a docking station that also acts as a charger.

Features/Specs

  • Ergonomic Design
  • 3.7" Color LCD Touch Screen with Backlighting (640 x 480 pixels)
  • One or Two-Handed Control, Built-in Stylus
  • Flush-Mounted Display
  • Rotary Cursor Control
  • Customizable Interface
  • Activity Based Interface
  • Music Server Control
  • Built-in Speaker
  • Preconfigured Lighting Control
  • Laser Engraved Tactile Buttons
  • Connectivity: mini USB, Wi-Fi
  • Charging Dock
  • Weight: 0.285 kg
  • Dimensions:  157 x 100 x 34 mm 
  • 1 year limited warranty

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Pros
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    large 3.7" touchscreen display

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    wireless with charging stand

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    endless options - IR or RF capable, fully programmable

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    WiFi enabled

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    can control multiple pieces of equipment from the same manufacturer

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    2-way communication thanks to ProntoScript, lots of plugins for Sonos, Lutron, uPnP, etc.

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    Superb high resolution display, 640x480 pixels

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    RS232 interface on the RF extender

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    RF extender has input sensing and can switch relays to control curtains, blinds, garage doors, etc.

Cons
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    not easy to program

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    extremely expensive

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    super luxurious - requires the best of the best not to look out of place

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    not usable directly out of the box - requires programming

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