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Universal Remote MX-650


$230.00 Released June, 2006

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Handles up to 20 components. 912 Potential Macro Buttons.

The Cons:Pricey.

The Universal Remote MX-650 is a universal remote control designed for handling up to 20 components. It features advanced Radio Frequency (RF) operation that allows for use from a 100’ range through walls, floors, and doors.

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In addition, the MX-650 contains an extensive memory that offers up to 912 potential macro buttons, each capable of processing 190 steps with one button. So for instance, a user could create a macro that automatically turns on his/her entire home theater system (e.g. television, DVD player, Blu-Ray player, speakers, amplifier) and then prepares them for use. Additional features of the Universal Remote MX-650 remote include 50 favorite channels, EL back lighting, and a memory back-up system that retains programmed features for up to 10 years. The Universal Remote MX-650 retails for $229.95 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

Additional Information

The Universal Remote MX-650 is a direct upgrade from the MX-350. It adds along support for 10 additional components, not to mention 912 total potential Macros.

Features

  • Universal Remote Control
  • RF Operation (100’)
  • 912 Potential Macros
  • 190 Steps per Macro
  • 50 Favorite Channels
  • EL Back Lighting
  • Memory Back-Up System
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

  • LCD Size: 1.4" x 2.1"
  • Size: 9.0" x 3.0" x 1.3" (L x W x H)
  • Weight: 8oz (with batteries)
  • Range: RF - Up to 100 feet when used with MRF-250 of MRF-300 RF Base station
  • Range: IR (line of sight) - Up to 60 feet with fresh batteries.
  • Power Supply: 4 AAA alkaline (included)

Compatible Base Stations

  • MRF-250 RF
  • MRF-300 RF

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    Handles up to 20 components.

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    912 Potential Macro Buttons

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    Pricey

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