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Universal Remote MX-880


$499.00 Released August, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Rechargeable lithium ION battery - no need for disposable batteries. Consistently turns on all home theater devices unlike some competing products. RF transmission - increased remote control range (up to 50 ft.).

The Cons:Has to be recharged fairly frequently. Might require professional programming - user friendly software not included. Base station required to enable RF functionality.

The MX-880 is the latest 'professional' universal remote from Universal Remote Control Inc. Featuring a 2” (176 x 220px) screen, the MX-880 is fully programmable, allowing the user to create powerful macros directly on the remote control or through imported MX-900 files.

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Transmitting on only a narrow band of radio frequencies (either 418MHz or 433MHz) assures that broadband interference is ignored. To further ensure accuracy the MX-880 utilizes the MSC-400 protocol, ensuring instructions sent are properly recieved.

Features

  • Size: 8. 13/16" x 2.25" x 1 1/16" (H x W x D)
  • Weight: 6.9 ounces (with battery loaded)
  • Learning Capabilities: Standard frequencies (15kHz to 460kHz)
  • Memory: 32 Megabits of Flash Memory Total
    (28 Megabits for User Configuration)
    (24 Activities on 8 LCD pages for 24 devices for a total of 384 pages)
  • Range: RF - Up to 100 feet when used with MRF-260, MRF-350 or MSC-400 RF Base stations
    IR (line of sight) - Up to 50 feet with fresh batteries.
  • Power Supply: Lithium Ion rechargeable (battery included)
  • Warranty: 1 year parts & labor when purchased from an authorized dealer

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Pros
  • 3

    rechargeable lithium ION battery - no need for disposable batteries

  • 3

    consistently turns on all home theater devices unlike some competing products

  • 2

    RF transmission - increased remote control range (up to 50 ft.)

  • 2

    LCD screen is programmable with television station logos

  • 2

    automatic motion sensing - backlighting turns on when picked up

Cons
  • 3

    has to be recharged fairly frequently

  • 1

    might require professional programming - user friendly software not included

  • 0

    base station required to enable RF functionality

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