Universal Remote Control MX-3000
In a unique synthesis of hardware and software engineering, Universal Remote Control has revolutionized the standards of custom installers for color touch screen automation. The complete control MX-3000 offers some superficial similarities to previous touch screen offerings. However, in this review of the hardware and software specifications, it should be clear that the power of this new design offers custom installers and end users long needed relief in a number of key areas. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Universal Remote Control MX-3000 photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|Earl||11:28am on Sunday, October 31st, 2010|
|Love it We have had the MX 3000 for about three years. I love it! I did all of the programming myself. I thought it was fun. Good buy only with a RF transmitter I have the MX3000 and it is a great remote. i saw they just came out with a black model which looks pritty cool.|
|spetti||4:09am on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010|
|Nice Remote Nice remote for an upper end home theater. Very versatile and will control just about anything.|
|Enrico||2:27pm on Tuesday, April 27th, 2010|
|Love it We have had the MX 3000 for about three years. I love it! I did all of the programming myself. I thought it was fun.|
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Multi-Room No-Pointing RF Control
This remote control was Custom Programmed for you by:
For questions about your Custom Programming call:
Custom Programming of a complex home theater and/or a multi-room system is one of the most challenging tasks within an audio/video installation. It involves an intimate knowledge of how the components interact and exact details on the proper sequences of control. Only a Home Theater Master dealer has the requisite experience and training to quickly and effectively customize a remote control for true automated operation. Congratulations on your choice!
MX-3000 Owners Manual 2004 Universal Remote Control, Inc.
The information in this manual is copyright protected. No part of this manual may be copied or reproduced in any form without prior written consent from Universal Remote Control, Inc. UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL, INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR OPERATIONAL, TECHNICAL OR EDITORIAL ERRORS/OMISSIONS MADE IN THIS MANUAL. The information in this manual may be subject to change without prior notice. Home Theater Master is a registered trademark of Universal Remote Control, Inc. Entertainment Made Simple is a trademark of Universal Remote Control, Inc. All other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies or organizations.
500 Mamaroneck Avenue, Harrison, NY 10528 Phone: (914) 835-4484 Fax: (914) 835-4532
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Congratulations Connecting the Battery Pack Using the Charging Base Programming the MX-3000 No More Pointing! Operating Your System Displaying the Settings Screen Adjusting Backlighting Adjusting Brightness Button Light Settings Sound Setting Time and Date Power Settings System Pickup Settings Calibration Factory Default Exit Maintaining Your MX-3000 Warranty Specifications
MX-3000 COLOR TOUCH SCREEN
Youve purchased a unique synthesis of hardware and software engineering, the Home Theater Master MX-3000. The twin goals of the design team were to improve the elegance and usability of touch screens through the physical design while providing a new standard in brightness, clarity and animation for the touch screen itself.
By assigning the important home theater operational buttons to the natural resting place of the end users thumbs, the MX-3000 achieves a new standard in use and comfort.
The integral motion sensor detects any movement of the touch screen and automatically backlights the screen. You do not have to press any button to display the screen. Any movement of the MX-3000 renews the backlighting. To adjust the backlighting, see page 5.
Connecting the Battery Pack
Unlock the rear cover by using a coin to move the locking screw to the Unlock position. Remove the cover. For shipment from the factory, the battery cable is left unplugged. Plug the cable into the socket next to the battery. The connector is slotted to prevent plugging it in the wrong way, so dont force it. Replace the cover and lock it into place with a coin.
Battery Cable Plugged In
Using the Charging Base
Plug the 5V DC adapter into a power outlet and into the back of the charging base. Gently place the MX-3000 into the cradle of the charging base. Push down on the base of the MX-3000 until you hear and feel a firm click. The Status light should immediately light. Red indicates that it is The MX-3000 on its Charging Base. charging. Blue shows that it is fully charged. There is no harm in leaving the MX-3000 on its charging base whenever it is not in use.
Programming the MX-3000
The MX-3000 is programmed via a windows PC equipped with a USB port (we include a programming cable in the box), using our proprietary software, MX-3000 Editor. You can download this software from our website: www.universalremote.com Basic setup takes only a few minutes with this software. However, to fully automate an audio/video system the user must have a detailed knowledge of how the system is connected and operated. We highly recommend that you use a professional audio/video installer to program your MX-3000 if you would like to enjoy one touch operation via macros.
No More Pointing!
The combination of the MX-3000 with its companion MRF-250 base station will enable you to place your audio/video components out of sight behind closed doors and/or in another room of your house. The MX-3000 sends radio signals to the MRF-250 throughout your house (50-100 away, indoors or outdoors). The MRF-250 converts your commands to the infrared signals that control your A/V components.
1.The MX-3000 remote control sends radio waves in every direction, so you dont have to point the remote anymore!
2.The MRF-250s built-in Front Blaster sends commands to components in the same cabinet space as the MRF-250.
3. Self-adhesive Flashers affix to the Infrared sensors on the front panels of your components. The Flashers relay commands to components out of sight of the MRF-250s Front Blaster. The flashers plug in to the MRF-250s rear flasher line outputs via their 10 foot cables.
Operating Your System
The MX-3000s MAIN menu displays the most popular activities and devices in your system. Press the MAIN button to see the MAIN menu. Large systems may have more than one page. Press the page button if you dont see all your devices. Gently press any screen button with your finger to select an activity or a device. The screen will change to a display of the buttons you need for that activity/device. The PAGE buttons may reveal additional buttons for some devices and activities. When you would like to control another device, press the MAIN button and select a new device from the MAIN menu.
The Volume and Mute buttons are always available regardless of what screen is displayed. The 4 way cursor buttons enable you to navigate on screen guides and menus with ease.
To select a touch screen button, touch the screen with a gentle tap of your finger. The MAIN Button below the screen always takes you to the first page of the MAIN Menu. Page 4
The PAGE buttons reveal additional pages of buttons when they are available.
Displaying the Settings Screen
You can adjust the settings of the MX-3000 whenever you like by pressing and holding the MAIN button for five seconds. When you do, the screen will change to the SETTINGS screen. If you do not press any button on the SETTINGS screen within 30 seconds, the MX-3000 will time out and automatically return to normal operation.
The Settings Screen
If you uncheck the check boxes, the MX-3000 will stay lit until the battery is exhausted. If you check the check boxes, you can select from the list of delays. The amount of delay you select will be the how long the MX-3000 stays lit. You can save battery life this way.
Simply touch and drag the brightness slider to the desired level. Increased brightness does affect battery life.
The Backlight Screen
Button Light Settings
You can opt to conserve battery life by disabling the LED lighting behind the buttons. This is done by pulling down the list box and selecting always off from the list.
The Brightness Screen
The Button Light Screen Page 5
Your MX-3000 may have been programmed to make sounds. This is optional, and some professional installers may prefer to keep it silent. However, you can adjust the volume to any level you like by touching and dragging the volume control here.
The Sound Screen
Setting Time and Date
Your MX-3000 may have been programmed to display the time or date on a touch screen button. If so, you can correct the time displayed by changing the settings on this screen.
The Time and Date Screen
You can display the remaining charge by selecting Power Settings. You can also adjust when the low battery warning screen will appear.
The Power Screen
The System screen displays data about your MX-3000s operating system, memory etc.
The System Screen Page 6
You can set your MX-3000 to only turn on when touched, or every time you move it.
The Pickup Screen
If you like, you can calibrate where you tap by running the calibration. You will need a pen top or PDA stylus to do this. Do not attempt to calibrate using your fingers.
The Calibration Screen
WARNING! Only use this button when instructed to by Technical Support. It resets the memory of the MX-3000 to the factory condition. All your programming will be lost!
When you have finished adjusting Settings, simply tap the EXIT button to return to normal operation.
The Default Screen
The Exit Button
Maintaining Your MX-3000
Be careful not to scratch the touch screen, only use your finger to tap the LCD touch screen or use a plastic pen top or PDA stylus. Never use a real pen, pencil or any other sharp object on the screen. Keep it away from extreme cold or heat. The MX-3000 is not waterproof. Do not use it in any location that is damp or wet. If you spill water on it, take out the battery pack and let the MX-3000 dry for 48 hours before you try powering it up again. If you spill coffee or another beverage on it, clean it with distilled water. Make sure no water gets inside the MX-3000. The touch screen contains a glass element. Dont drop the MX-3000 or impact it against anything. Use a soft, damp cloth to clean the screen. If the screen still shows finger prints, clean it with watered down window-cleaner. Do not use anything abrasive and dont use too much water, some might leak into the interior.
The MX-3000 is covered against any manufacturing defects or faults in workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase when purchased from an authorized Home Theater Master dealer. Units purchased from online auction sites or other unauthorized resellers have no warranty. This warranty does not cover the following items: Damage from misuse, neglect, or acts of nature. Products that have been modified or incorporated into other products. Products purchased more than 12 months ago. Units purchased from unauthorized dealers or companies.
Microprocessor: 206MHz RISC Memory - 16 Megabytes of RAM (for User Configuration) Devices - Supports up to 255 Devices Pages- Supports up to 255 Pages on each Device Learning Capability - Standard frequencies (15kHz to 100kHz) Macro Capability - Up to 255 steps each, however nesting is allowed IR Range (Line of Sight via Infrared): 30-50 feet, depending on the environment RF Range (radio frequency): 50 to 100 feet, depending upon the environment RF Frequency: 418MHz Weight: 10.4 oz. (with batteries) Size: 7.17 x 4.76 x 1.18 Batteries: Lithium Ion battery pack included
MX-3000 Color Touch Screen
Installation by Connected Technologies, Colorado Springs, CO
The MX-3000 Dynamic Entertainment System provides the ultimate in personalized control for the most sophisticated system. The MX-3000 is the absolute top-of-the line remote and features a full-color touch screen plus hard-button control for the most frequently used commands. Control up to 255 devices, components or zonesits the perfect master remote capable of operating from every room in your home. Your neighbors will turn green with envy when they see and hear what your home theater can doget ready to blush with pride!
A virtually endless variety of colorful icons can be animated and personalized by a professional installer. Give every member of the family their own customized menuwith understandable labelsall on the same remote. Everyone can watch or hear their favorites without a fuss. Its entertainment made simple.
The MX-3000s ultra thin profile is carefully contoured to fit naturally in your hands. It also provides convenient tale-top use. Inside, the MX-3000 is a masterpiece of miniaturization; even the rechargeable Lithium Ion battery is slim and compact. And unlike some other battery types, it has no memory so the MX-3000 can be kept on the charger at all times without degrading the battery.
MRF-300 Multi Zone RF Base Station
Your system becomes complete when you add at least one MRF-300 Base Station. It includes a controller and moveable antenna and allows your installer to hide the wires and fine tune the system for perfect remote control performance. With an MRF-300, the power of your remote can be expanded to control any system. Its entertainment made simple.
500 Mamaroneck Avenue, Harrison, NY 10528
Phone: (914) 835-4484
Fax: (914) 835-4532
|Device Type||Universal remote control|
|Supported Device Qty||255|
|Supported Devices||TV, VCR, satellite TV system, cable box, DVD player, Web TV system, CD player, audio system|
|Input Device||Touch screen|
|Display||LCD display - 3.8"|
|Battery||- rechargeable - lithium ion|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 1 year|
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|Brand||Universal Remote Control|
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