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Universal Remote Control MX-6000Universal Remote MX-6000 2-Way Color Touch Screen Remote Control
Display: 4.3" Wide Screen TFT (480 x 272 QVGA) 65,536 Colors Size: 7.5" x 5.1" x 1.3" Weight: 15 oz. (with battery) Learning Capabilities: Standard frequencies (15kHz to 455kHz)

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Brand: Universal
Part Numbers: MX-6000, MX6000
UPC: 00656787260009, 656787260009

 

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MX-6000 Two Way Touch Screen
With PSX-1 Personal Audio Video Server
At last, a control sytem that bridges the gap between digital media and the home entertainment system.
MX-6000: The Networked Home
WiFi Speed Brings Cover Art, Artist, Album and Titles to the Touch Screen!
The revolutionary MX-6000 brings the power of WiFi networking to the home theater, without compromising simplicity. The MX-6000 is the first home theater remote control to offer two independent communications and control methods simultaneously. The MX6000 provides both a narrow band 418 MHz transmitter for instant control of conventional home theater components and a WiFi transceiver for high speed transfer of cover art, artist, album and title metadata.
The high speed of the built-in 802.11 B/G WiFi transceiver enables the MX-6000 to display lists of artists, albums or songs and to display the cover art of the selected album on the Now Playing screen of the remote control.
Theater Revolution Begins.
Narrow Band RF for Instant Control of Home Theater Components without Delays at Turn On
The MX-6000 offers home theater owners instant no rules control of AV receivers, flat screen TVs, projectors, cable and satellite receivers, DVD players and changers. Unlike other WiFi remote controls, the MX-6000 uses a second RF (Radio Frequency) transmitter to control conventional gear instantly, without the frustrating delay of waiting for the remote control to "join the network" when you simply want to turn the system on. There are three possible companion RF base stations that provide instant control. The MSC-400 Master System Controller enhances the capabilities of the MX-6000 by storing and issuing Smart Macros to your main system components. These smart macro commands offer the ultimate in reliability and speed, since a single command, measuring fractions of a second, can trigger long complex macro routines with RS-232, IR, relays or even USB keyboard commands to a PC. The MRF-350 and MRF-260 RF base stations enable an MX-6000 to address or route IR commands to conventional components anywhere in your home. By placing MRF base stations near your TVs, cable/sat receivers and other conventional IR controlled components, you can enjoy instant, no pointing, no rules operation everywhere in your home.
Internet Connection Provides Real Time News, Sports, Weather and Stocks
When the MX-6000 is connected to the Internet, pre-programmed modules enable instant access to personalized news, sports, weather and stocks. Unlike other devices, the MX-6000s news, sports, weather and stocks modules are user-configurable without a programmer or a PC. On a whim, you can check out the opposing teams scores, or get the weather forecast for a vacation destination.
Installation by Stone Glidden of King of Prussia, PA.
Native Lighting Control Touch the Screen to Set a New Scene!
At last, you can fully control the lighting in your home without expensive black boxes and exotic wiring. A lighting system can be as simple as a single URC RF lamp dimmer on a lamp that youd love to control without getting out of your chair. The MX-6000 directly controls lights connected to URC RF Dimmers and Switches. You can brighten, dim, and recall scenes, and you can store new scenes whenever you like, without a PC or a programmer. Simply manually adjust each dimmer to the new setting, then press and hold the scene button on your MX-6000 (just like storing radio stations in your car!).
News, Sports, Weather and Stocks modules require that the MX-6000 be installed to a WiFi router with an Internet connection.

PSX-1:

Personal Audio Video Server for the MX-6000
Shortcuts to finding playlists, albums, artists, etc. without endless ups and downs in menus. Rotate the Scroll wheel exactly like an iPod to navigate lists of artists, albums, videos, etc. Shuffle exactly what you want (this album, this artist, this genre, etc.) Press the OK button to select content.
No Installer Required for New Content! You Add New Content from any PC or Mac with iTunes on the Network
The secret to the unique PSX-1 is the storage drive. The PSX-1 doesnt have one. Instead you insert any iPod (even a visiting friends) into the docking connector. The PSX-1 includes PSXLink software for both Macs and PCs. Any new content you add to your iTunes library can be synchronized to the iPod in the PSX-1 without ever removing it. Of course, a single MX-6000 can control any number of PSX-1s. So if your family has a number of iPods, you may choose to install multiple PSX-1s, one for each family member. Conveniently, the PSX-1 has a customizable label on the front and docks magnetically with another PSX-1 beside it.

Complete Editing Control

At any time, you can choose to View the Jukebox. When viewing the Jukebox, new controls appear that allow you to change the order of the songs in the list, delete or search for new items to add. Of course, at any time you can clear the entire Jukebox playlist and start again.
More from this artist, this album, this genre, even this composer.
Press the Menu button to browse back to the last list you displayed.
Search for Any Artist, Album or Song

Extraordinary Automation

iPod docks just put files on a TV. Only URC's PSX-1 adds the exciting features that turn your iPod into a true Personal Server. Everything youve downloaded, from podcasts to music videos, movies and TV shows is selectable on the screen of the MX-6000.
Jukebox lets you build and manage your own playlist without accessing your PC. Six Screen Labeled Buttons give you fast access to frequently used commands like Play, Pause, Skip, etc. The search button appears in the upper right whenever you are looking at a Menu or Jukebox screen. Once you click on Search, an alphabetical keyboard appears. Simply type in as many letters as you like, then touch Go. You can enter characters using a number, qwerty, or alphabetic keyboard.
Shortcuts to Any Content Instantly Without Menus
Explore Your Content: Shuffle Exactly What You Feel Like Listening To
With other music servers, shuffle is a frustrating mix of too many kinds of music. With the PSX-1, shuffle becomes a powerful tool for listening and exploring your music collection.
Play More From: When Something Catches Your Fancy.
Imagine exploring all the hard rock albums of your youth with Shuffle Genres. When you hear a song you love, instead of having to browse through the hundreds of artists in your collection, you simply touch the Play More From button. By then selecting the More from this Artist button, all the songs from the current Artist will be played in sequential order.
Friends Coming Over? Make Your Own Jukebox Playlist in Seconds
Once you touch the unique personal server features, the difference between looking at endless lists and the revolutionary automation of the PSX-1 becomes extraordinarily attractive. At last, complicated actions are simple and intuitive. PSX-1 makes it easy to explore your large collection in previously impossible ways.
The Shortcuts button makes navigating from videos to musical genres a simple process. Example: Touch the Artists button on the shortcuts screen to jump directly to the Artists menu. Unlike other iPod docks or traditional music servers, you are not forced to constantly navigate up, down, left and right through a maze of menus to access new audio video content.
Imagine shuffling just your jazz, or just the songs of a particular artist. You can shuffle play any genre, any artist or any album at any time by simply accessing the MX-6000s shuffle screen.

Arranging the perfect music to playback for any event is a delightful activity with the PSX-1. You can freely play music, browsing and shuffling as you like. When you hear something youd like to add to your Jukebox playlist, simply touch Add Song to Jukebox or Add Album to Jukebox on the Jukebox screen. To play the jukebox youve created, simply touch Play Jukebox.
Both Composite and HD Component Video
The PSX-1 is equipped with installer selectable Composite and HD quality Component Outputs to match the output of your iPod.

PC Server for MX-6000

Converts any PC with iTunes or Windows Media Player into a Powerful Music Server with an Intuitive, Friendly User Interface Powered by
Instead of purchasing an expensive Media PC or dedicated music server, any PC with iTunes and/or Windows Media Player can be connected to your audio system to act as a high powered music server with the most engaging, intuitive user interface youve ever seen. Up to now, the complexity of having to deal with a keyboard and a mouse in your listening room has made this an uncomfortable choice. You know the frustrating feeling some of your music was downloaded via iTunes and some of your music via Windows Media Player, youve had to keep separate libraries. Finding the music you paid for was difficult. MX-6000 Server is a software application that once installed on a PC, combines your iTunes library with your Media Player library. The MX-6000 utilizes its network connection via WiFi to communicate with the server software on the PC. Since all communication happens at WiFi G speeds, there are no lags or delays displaying the information or lists on the screen of the MX-6000. All your cover art, artist, album and song title metadata appear on the screen of the MX-6000. Lists are navigated via the integrated scroll wheel without ever connecting a keyboard or mouse to the PC. At last, you have access to all the music youve paid for. all the music you want without the hassles. the music simply plays.
The MX-6000 browses the combined library of content you downloaded from iTunes and content you purchase or burn with Windows Media Player. When you select a song, the correct player is automatically selected and loaded in an instant.
Reinventing the Touch Screen
Designed for the Most Discriminating. Refined by the Experience and Feedback of Thousands of Professional Installers
The MX-6000s profile (shown life size in this image) is carefully contoured to naturally fit the hands of the end user.

Automatic Backlighting

The integral motion sensor detects any movement of the touch screen and automatically backlights the screen. The user does not have to press any button to display the screen. Any movement of the MX-6000 renews the backlighting. Without movement, the touch screen stays lit for 1 to 99 seconds (programmed by the installer).

Double Capacity Lithium Ion Batteries and Charging Base
The demands of WiFi and high speed transfers coupled with a large color touch screen raise the demand for power to a new high. The MX-6000 is equipped with a unique double capacity Lithium Ion battery, providing over 4 hours of continuous use before recharging is necessary. Should the MX-6000 be left on a table, it will remain in standby mode for ten days without requiring a recharge. The attractive charging base offers an ideal angle to use while charging, so may be placed on or near your chair. In addition, the MX-6000 offers a power input on its side panel, so that it can be hand held while charging directly from the power adapter.
The back of the MX-6000 is textured in soft rubber to give the user a comfortable and secure grip.
Not Just Color, Animated Color!
Powered by a 533MHz ARM9 microprocessor, the MX-6000 is the first touch screen designed for animation. The powerful central processor enables quick, fluid page transitions and animated macros. The 4.3 screen offers a 480x272 pixel window to any graphic. Your professional installer can place BMPs, JPEGs, GIFs, animated GIFs or FLASH SWF files in your configuration.

The World of Sound

Equipped with a speaker and a PC recording, your installer can add talking help buttons (recorded on any PC with a microphone) or music to your macros via any WAV file.
When not is use, the MX-6000 sits on its recharging cradle.

COMPLETE CONTROL

MX-6000 Touch Screen Specifications
Microprocessor: ARM9 core @533MHz 4.3" Wide Screen TFT (480 x 272 QVGA) 65,536 Colors Memory - 128 Megabytes of SDRAM Devices - Up to 255 Devices with text, less with heavy graphics Pages - Up to 255 Pages per device with text, less with heavy graphics Learning Capability - Standard frequencies (15kHz to 455kHz) Macro Capability - Up to 255 steps each, however nesting is allowed IR Range (Line of Sight via Infrared): 30-50 depending on the environment RF Range (radio frequency): 50 to 100 depending upon the environment RF Frequency: 418MHz WiFi: IEEE802.11 b(11Mbps)/g(54Mbps) Batteries: Lithium Ion battery pack included Battery Capacity: 4800mAh (4 hours of continuous use, 9 Days in standby) Weight: 15 oz. (with battery) Size: 7.5" x 5.1" x 1.3"
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PSX-1 Personal Server Specifications
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Microcontroller: 166MHz ARM922T Flash memory: 16Megabit RAM: 64Megabit SDRAM Jukebox Entries: Supports up to 1024 songs Jukebox Memory: Volatile, but retained when the same iPod is removed and re-inserted. Jukebox is deleted when a different iPod is inserted or on reboot (or power failure) Front Panel IR Sensor: Receives URC PSX-1 commands via IR IR Range (Line of Sight via Infrared): 20-30 depending on the environment Rear Panel IR Input: Compatible with all MRF and MSC base stations Ethernet: 10Base-T/100Base-TX network connector Audio: 2 RCA audio output connectors (L + R) Composite Video: 1 RCA video output connector (Composite) Component Video (Y/Pr/Pb): 3 RCA video output connectors Power: 12V DC (minimum 650 Milliamp wall adapter required) Size: 6.75 W x 5 D x 1.6 H Weight: 13.5 oz

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Operating Your System
With The MX-6000 Two Way Touch Screen

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MX-6000 TWO WAY TOUCH SCREEN
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 Complete Control dealer has the requisite experience and training to quickly and effectively customize a remote control for true automated operation. Congratulations on your choice!
MX-6000 Owners Manual 2008 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. Complete Control 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.
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Table of Contents
Introduction Connecting the Battery Pack Using the Charging Base Two Way via WiFi Optional RF No Rules Operation Operating Your System Using Two Way Personal Server Features Displaying the Settings Screen Sleep Settings Brightness Button Light Vibrate/Sound Date and time Power Settings System Pickup Settings Network Calibration Factory Default Exit USA Limited Warranty Statement Information to the End User Maintaining Your MX-6000 Specifications 16 16

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Congratulations
Youve purchased a unique synthesis of hardware and software engineering, the Complete Control MX-6000. 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.

Easy Operation

By assigning the important home theater operational buttons to the natural resting place of the end users thumbs, the MX-6000 achieves a new standard in use and comfort.

Automatic Backlighting

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 MX6000 renews the backlighting. To adjust the backlighting, see page 11.

Programming the MX-6000

To fully automate an audio/video system and integrate two way automation of servers etc. the programmer must have a detailed knowledge of each component, LAN configuration, WiFi optimization and how the system is connected and operated. Only a trained and certified professional audio/video installer can install an MX6000 automation system in a timely and efficient manner.

Integrated Stylus

Stowed away in the top right hand corner storage slot, is a custom made stylus for your convenience.

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Connecting the Battery Pack
Unlock the rear cover by pressing down on the two locking tabs and sliding the battery cover forward. Remove the cover. For shipment from the factory, the battery is left out of the MX-6000. Place the battery into the battery compartment, making sure you align the contacts on the battery to the contacts on the MX-6000. The battery will snap into place when aligned properly. Replace the cover and snap it into place.

Using the Charging Base

Plug the 6V DC adapter into a power outlet and into the back of the charging base. Gently place the MX-6000 into the cradle of the charging base. It automatically aligns itself to the contacts on the charging base. The Status light should immediately light. Red indicates that it is charging. Blue shows that it is fully charged. There is no harm in leaving the MX- Red indicates charging, Blue that the remote is fully charged. 6000 on its charging base whenever it is not in use.

Two Way via WiFi

To use the MX-6000 with any two way companion product, the MX-6000 must be configured by your installer to be part of a LAN (local area network) via a WiFi b/g access point or router. This is not user configurable. If you have any questions, consult with your custom installer.

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Optional RF No Rules Operation
In combination with an MSC-400 Master System Controller, or an RF Base Station, the MX-6000 can control your system without being in line-of-sight of the equipment. The MSC-400 enhances the capabilities of the MX-6000 by storing and issuing Smart Macros to your main system components. It is triggered by RF Smart Macro commands via RF (radio frequency). In addition, your MX-6000 can control components in secondary rooms and systems via MRF-350 or MRF-260 RF base stations.
1. The MX-6000 sends radio waves in every direction, so you dont have to point the remote anymore!
2. The RFX-250 RF Sensor can be freely positioned for optimal reception. 3. The MSC-400 can control IR, RS232 and Relay controlled devices.
4. Self-adhesive Flashers affix to the Infrared sensors on the front panels of your components. Uniquely, all Complete Control base stations can also connect to components with rear panel IR Inputs via adjustable IR Line Outputs. The MSC-400 offers RS-232 control via rear panel connections as well. Page 6

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The MX-6000s main pages display the activities and devices in your system. Press the main page button to see what your choices are. Large systems may have more than one page. Press either of the Page buttons 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 page button and select a new device from the main page.
The main page button in the upper left always displays the main menu pages. The combination Scroll Wheel and 4 Stylus way cursor buttons enable you to both storage scroll lists of artists, albums or songs slot from your Music Server or to navigate on screen guides and menus with ease.
The Volume and Mute buttons are always available regardless of what screen is displayed.
The screen buttons are labeled dynamically and make commonly used functions easy to find by feel.
The Page buttons display additional pages of controls.

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Using Two Way Personal Server Features
Step 1 Insert an iPod into the PSX-1. The Universal Remote Control screen appears on the iPod. This means its connected to the dock and ready for use with the MX-6000 remote control. Step 2 Select the dock you want to listen to from the Main page of your MX-6000. Step 3 If the system has just been turned on, you may see the message, Connecting to iPod Dock. Once the MX-6000 has connected to the iPod Dock, the iPod menu screen appears. If the iPod is already playing, the Now playing screen appears. Step 4 When you browse for new content, operate the MX-6000 as you would the iPod. Press the Menu button, then place your thumb on the scroll wheel and rotate to navigate, then press the OK button to make your selection. The iPod Now Playing Screen appears after a selection is made.
Press the Menu button Rotate the Scroll wheel Press the OK button to select content. to display iPod menus. to navigate.

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Your unique personal server features are accessed from the left side of the screen of your MX-6000. Simply tap the feature you want: Shortcuts to finding playlists, albums, artists, etc. without using the Menu button. Shuffle exactly what you want (this album, this artist, this genre, etc.)

More from this artist, this album, this genre, even this composer. Shortcuts: The Shortcuts button makes navigating your iPod easier than ever before. Touch any button to jump directly to that menu. Example: Touch the Artists button to jump directly to the Artists menu.
Jukebox lets you build and manage your own playlist without accessing your PC.
Shuffle: The Shuffle button opens an expanded menu of shuffle options. Touch any of the choices to enjoy your music in a random order.

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Play More From: The Play More From button opens up a menu of choices to add to your current selection. By touching the More from this Artist button, all the additional songs, from the current Artist, will be added to the song queue. Jukebox: The Jukebox button opens a menu of choices allowing you to create a jukebox playlist in real time. Touch the add song to Jukebox icon or add album to jukebox to add the currently playing song or album to the jukebox. To play the jukebox, touch the play jukebox icon. To edit the jukebox, touch the view jukebox icon. Note: the Jukebox playlist is cleared when the iPod is replaced or in the event of a power failure. Edit Jukebox: Songs can be moved up, down or deleted from the jukebox list by using the control keys on the right of the view jukebox screen. To exit from the View Jukebox screen, touch either the Go Back button or the Now Playing icon. Using the Alpha Search Feature: The search button appears in the upper right whenever you are looking at a Menu or Jukebox screen. Once you click on Search, an alphabetical keyboard appears. Simply type in what youd like to search for and touch Go. The 1, 2, 3 icon opens the numeric keypad screen.
The qwerty keyboard icon toggles between a qwerty style keyboard and a simple a,b,c keyboard. The Go Back icon takes you back to the menu screen.

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Displaying the Settings Screen
You can adjust the settings of the MX-6000 whenever you like by pressing and holding both the MUTE and OK buttons 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 @ 1minute, the MX-6000 will time out and automatically return to normal operation.

Sleep Settings

WiFi and Backlighting can be separately adjusted to conserve battery life. Note that if WiFI is disconnected, the MX-6000 will take an additional 4-10 seconds to connect to the network when a two way device is started.

Brightness

Adjust the screen brightness by moving the slider. Min is the dimmest setting and Max is the brightest setting.

Button Light

You can adjust the brightness of the LEDs that backlight the buttons of the MX-6000. Move the slider to the left to dim the backlighting and move it to the right to brighten the backlighting.

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Vibrate/Sound
You can adjust the volume or touch vibration to any level you like by touching and dragging the volume control.

Date and time

Your MX-6000 may have been programmed to display the time or date on the touch screen. If you need to, you can adjust the time displayed by changing the settings on this screen. If you live in a part of the country that uses daylight savings time, check the box next to: "Automatically adjust time for daylight savings time".

Power Settings

You can display the remaining charge by selecting Power. You can also adjust when the low battery warning screen will appear.

System

The System Information screen displays data about your MX-6000's operating system, memory etc.

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Pickup Settings
You can set your MX-6000 to only turn on when touched, or every time you move it. Simply select on or off.

Network

WARNING! Only use this button when instructed to by Technical Support. The Network screen displays network information about your MX6000 and the wireless network it is connected to. Do not make any changes on this screen!

Calibration

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.

Factory Default

WARNING! Only use this button when instructed to by Technical Support. It resets the memory of the MX-6000 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.

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USA Limited Warranty Statement
Your Universal Remote Control, when delivered to you in new condition, is warranted against defects in materials or workmanship as follows: UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL, INC. warrants this product against defects in material or workmanship for a period of one (1) year and as set forth below. Universal Remote Control will, at its sole option, repair the product using new or comparable rebuilt parts, or exchange the product for a comparable new or rebuilt product. In the event of a defect, these are your exclusive remeies. This Limited Warranty covers only the hardware components packaged with the Product. It does not cover technical assistance for hardware or software usage and it does not cover any software products whether or not contained in the Product; any such software is provided "AS IS" unless expressly provided for in any enclosed software Limited Warranty. To obtain warranty service, you must deliver the product, freight prepaid, in its original packaging or packaging affording adequate protection to Universal Remote Control at the address provided in the Owner's Manual. It is your responsibility to backup any macro programming, artwork, software or other materials that may have been programmed into your unit. It is likely that such data, software, or other materials will be lost during service and Universal Remote Control will not be responsible for any such damage or loss. A dated purchase receipt, Bill of Sale, Installation Contract or other verifiable Proof of Purchase is required. For product support and other important information visit Universal Remote Control's website: http://www.UniversalRemote.com or call the Customer Service Center (914) 835-4484. This Limited Warranty only covers product issues caused by defects in material or workmanship during ordinary consumer use. It does not cover product issues caused by any other reason, including but not limited to product issues due to commercial use, acts of God, third-party installation, misuse, limitations of technology, or modification of or to any part of the Universal Remote Control product. This Limited Warranty does not cover Universal Remote Control products sold as USED, AS IS, REFURBISHED, so-called B STOCK or consumables (such as batteries). This Limited Warranty is invalid if the factory-applied serial number has been altered or removed from the product. This Limited Warranty is valid only in the United States of America. This Limited Warranty specifically excludes products sold by unauthorized resellers. LIMITATION OF REMEDIES UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OR CONDITION ON THIS PRODUCT. IN NO EVENT SHALL UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL BE LIABLE, WHETHER IN CONTRACT OR IN TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE) FOR DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT,

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ACCESSORY OR SOFTWARE, OR FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, OR LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS, LOSS OF INFORMATION OR DATA, SOFTWARE OR APPLICATIONS OR OTHER FINANCIAL LOSS ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE ABILITY OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCTS, ACCESSORIES OR SOFTWARE TO THE FULL EXTENT THESE DAMAGES MAY BE DISCLAIMED BY LAW. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW, THERE IS NO OTHER WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR STATEMENTS MADE BY OTHERS CONCERNING THE MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS PRODUCT. Some states or jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights which vary from state to state or jurisdiction to jurisdiction. REV020708
Information to the End User
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Warning! Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Note : The manufacturer is not responsible for any Radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

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Maintaining Your MX-6000
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-6000 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-6000 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-6000. The touch screen contains a glass element. Dont drop the MX-6000 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. Precautions & Information: Rechargeable Lithium Ion Batteries If you will not be using your remote control for an extended period of time, be sure to remove the battery. Do not attempt to disassemble, alter or apply heat to the battery. Use care to avoid dropping the battery or subjecting it to severe impact that could damage the case. The battery should not be immersed in water. Lithium Ion batteries are recyclable. For the address of a recycle drop-off location near you call toll free 1-800-822-8837 or visit http://www.rbrc.com

Specifications

Microprocessor: 533MHz ARM9 RAM: 128Mbyte Mobile DDR NAND: 64Mbyte LCD: 4.3 Inch Wide Screen (480 by 272) LCD Backlighting by LED Sound: 2 x 1 watt USB: 2.0 Devices - Supports up to 255 Devices with text, less with heavy graphics usage Pages - Supports up to 255 Pages on each Device with text, less with heavy graphics usage Learning Capability - Standard frequencies (15kHz to 455kHz) Macro Capability - Up to 255 steps each, however nesting is allowed IR Learning: 20-455 kHz IR Range (Line of Sight via Infrared): 30-50 feet, depending on the environment RF Frequency: 418MHz RF Range (radio frequency): 50 to 100 feet, depending upon the environment WiFi: IEEE 802.11 B (11Mps), G (54Mps) Battery: Lithium Ion, 4800 mA hours Battery Capacity: 4 hours continuous use, 9 days standby Battery Charging Time: 7 Hours Dimensions: 7.5Wide x 5.1Deep x 1.3Height Weight (without AC Adapter): 15 oz

 

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