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Universal Remote TX-1000


$500.00 Released February, 2005

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Extremely flexible, even allows for long-press programming for each button. LCD display is large and easy to read. More important buttons are hard buttons rather than soft (volume, channel, etc.).

The Cons:Although the display's backlight turns off after a small period of time, the display itself always stays on, draining power. Included programming software may be a bit advanced for some users. Buying from an unauthorized seller voids the warranty.

The Universal Remote TX-1000 is a fully programmable, multi-purpose remote control. The TX-1000 features a large dynamic LCD touch screen, which changes with each selected component to dynamically reflect specific controls.

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These controls can be combined into group commands, which can be mapped to a single key. The TX-1000 is powered by four AA batteries and the LCD display is backlit for operation in the dark. The TX-1000 supports both IR (Infrared Red) and RF (Radio Frequency) signals, but requires an optional RF base station. Released February 2005, the Universal Remote TX-1000 retails at $500.

Features

  • Supports up to 40 Devices
  • Backlit Dynamic LCD Display
  • Programmable Watch and Listen Activities Command Groups
  • Operates on IR and RF signals
  • Uses Four AA batteries

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    Extremely flexible, even allows for long-press programming for each button.

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    LCD display is large and easy to read.

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    More important buttons are hard buttons rather than soft (volume, channel, etc.)

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    Can pick up the control scheme of many devices pretty much automatically.

Cons
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    Although the display's backlight turns off after a small period of time, the display itself always stays on, draining power.

  • 1

    Included programming software may be a bit advanced for some users.

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    Buying from an unauthorized seller voids the warranty.

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