Universal Remote Control MX-900 Manual
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The MX-900 achieves a magnificent combination of power and flexibility, simplifying and automating operation of even the most complex system via its virtually unlimited memory. Up to 40 devices can be created with up to 40 pages per device. This allows custom interfaces to be created for every room and every user, complete with automated favorite channels and stations. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Universal Remote Control MX-900 photo ]
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|Alexey||2:55pm on Wednesday, September 8th, 2010|
|Great concept, terrible execution This remote was terrific when I first bought it. Yes it was expensive. expensive and breaks after two years this is a very expensive piece of equipment. it works well, when it works.|
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Operating Your System
With The Genesis MX-900
Universal Remote 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 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-900 Owners Manual 2006 Universal Remote Control, Inc. Front Cover Photo courtesy of Robert Ridenour of Connected Technologies, www.connected-technologies.com
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.
Universal Remote Control, Inc. 500 Mamaroneck Avenue, Harrison, NY 10528 Phone: (914) 835-4484 Fax: (914) 835-4532
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction The LIGHT Button Optional RF No Rules Operation Installing Batteries Programming the Genesis Selecting a New Activity Using the Genesis to Control an Activity Displaying the Setup Screen Selecting from the Setup Screen Setting the LCD Sound Volume Light Settings System Settings Version Information Displays Warranty Specifications
GENESIS OWNERS MANUAL
Youve purchased a unique synthesis of hardware and software engineering, the Complete Control Genesis. The Genesis achieves a magnificent combination of power and flexibility, simplifying and automating operation of even the most complex system. One Touch Blue Backlighting Simply press the LIGHT button to backlight the screen. Integrated Sound Signaling The Genesis incorporates a small speaker for beeps. Anytime you press a button, the Genesis signals that it has understood your command with a beep sound.
Custom Labeled Buttons
The Genesis is equipped with a bright easy to read LCD screen which labels the six buttons to the right of the screeen. These button labels change based on what you are watching or listening to. Thus, if you have selected Watching TV, you will see a list of buttons that are useful to that activity, while if you select DVD, the buttons will control the DVD.
Press the Light button on the side of the Genesis to backlight the LCD display and all of the buttons.
Optional RF No Rules Operation
In combination with a Complete Control RF Base Station, the Genesis can control your system without being in line-of-sight of the equipment. Either the MRF-300 or the MRF-250 RF base station is compatible with the Genesis. Both incorporate RF addressing. RF Addressing gives you the ability to control equipment locations throughout your home, even if they are concealed in other rooms or are behind closed doors.
1.The Genesis sends radio waves in every direction, so you dont have to point the remote anymore!
2.The RFX-150 RF Sensor can be freely positioned for optimal reception.
3.The MRF-300s built-in Front Blaster sends commands to components in the same cabinet space as the MRF-300.
4. 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 MRF300s Front Blaster. The flashers plug in to the MRF-300s rear flasher line outputs via their 10 foot cables. Uniquely, the MRF-300 can also connect to rear panel IR Inputs via its adjustable IR Line Outputs.
Open the battery cover by pressing the release and pulling back the cover on the back of the control. Remove the cover.
Observe the + and - polarity indications inside the battery compartment.
Place the four AAA batteries into their positions in the battery compartment observing the + and polarity indicators on the batteries.
Now, replace the battery cover by inserting the hinged end in first, then snapping the cover back into place.
Programming the Genesis
The Genesis is programmed via a Windows PC equipped with a USB port (programming cable included), using our proprietary software, MX-900 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 each component, you the user (and your preferences) and how the system is connected and operated. We highly recommend that you use a professional audio/video installer to program your Genesis so you will be able to enjoy all the benefits of the Genesis as well as one touch operation via macros.
Selecting a New Activity
The Genesiss WATCH and LISTEN buttons display the activities you can control with your Genesis. When you want to watch something else (a DVD movie, a videotape or an HDTV broadcast), simply press the WATCH button and select the new activity. When you want to listen to the radio or to a CD, touch the LISTEN button and select what you would like to listen to. Your installer will have programmed the button you pressed to totally configure your system to watch or listen to whatever you selected. Now, the screen will change, and all of the LCD buttons will be reconfigured to give you full control of your system while watching or listening to your selection!
When you press the LISTEN button, you can see the most frequently used activities you have for listening in your system. When you press the WATCH button, you can see the most frequently used activities you have for watching the sources in your system.
PAGE DISPLAY At the bottom of the LCD screen, the page display informs you if there are other pages of buttons available.
Press either of the PAGE buttons to see any other available choices. Page 5
Using the Genesis to Control an Activity
Once youve selected a new activity, the Genesis displays the title of the activity at the top of the screen. Below the title, the LCD displays the customized names of any special features you need for the activity. All the hard buttons of the Genesis have now changed to functions optimized for this activity.
The Title displays what activity you can control. The LCD button labels describe special features for this activity.
Press either of the PAGE buttons to see any other available choices. The Volume and Mute buttons always control the sound regardless of what screen is displayed. The Channel and Previous Channel buttons will change channels when you have selected an activity like Watch CABLETV or Watch SAT TV. The 4 way cursor buttons enable you to navigate on screen guides and menus with ease. The Number keypad will enter numbers for the activity youve selected. Thus, for watching Cable TV, you use the number keypad to enter channel numbers, while when listening to CD, the number keypad enters track numbers.
The transport buttons (Play, Stop, Skip-, Skip+, FF, REW and Pause) operate when the selected activity requires them (for example, if you watch CABLETV with a TiVo type of DVR, these buttons will control the built-in DVR, while if you are watching a DVD, these buttons will control the DVD player).
Displaying the Setup Screen
You can adjust the settings of the Genesis whenever you like by pressing and holding both the WATCH and the ENTER button at the same time for three seconds. When you do, the screen will change to the SETUP screen. If you do not press any button on the SETUP screen within 30 seconds, the Genesis will time out and automatically return to normal operation. You can return to normal operation before that by pressing either the WATCH or the LISTEN button.
At the same time, press and hold both the WATCH button and the ENTER button. When the SETUP screen appears, you can release the two buttons.
Selecting from the Setup Screen
Simply touch the button for the setting youd like to adjust:
SETUP LCD LIGHT SOUND SYSTEM VERSION
LCD - The appearance of the screen. LIGHT - What the LIGHT button does. SOUND - The volume of the beeps. SYSTEM - The battery low warning. VERSION - No adjustments are possible. Displays factory info.
Setting the LCD
With these settings, you can set the Genesis to constantly display the LCD when not in use, or show a blank screen when not in use. Additionally, you can control the contrast of the screen and the color of the backlighting.
To activate the LCD On/Off setting, press this button. See below.
LCD ON CONT BRIGHT
To activate the CONTRAST setting, press this button. See the next page. To activate the BRIGHTNESS setting, press this button. See the next page. To exit without saving any changes you have made, press EXIT.
LCD Timer Setting:
LCD OFF TIMER 10S
If you set the LCD to OFF, the timer settings will appear. The LCD will go blank after waitting the interval you set here by adjusting the LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys. The timer can be set to turn off the LCD between 10 seconds and 20 minutes. The Timer Interval is displayed here.
To SAVE any changes you have made, press SAVE. To exit without saving any changes you have made, press EXIT.
To change the timer interval, press the LEFT or RIGHT arrow keys.
Setting LCD Contrast
You can adjust the contrast of the LCD screen using the LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys once the LCD contrast screen has been selected (shown on the previous page).
The current CONTRAST is displayed here via a bar graph. To SAVE any changes you have made, press SAVE. To exit without saving any changes you have made, press EXIT. Adjust the CONTRAST setting with the LEFT and RIGHT keys as shown in the previous pages.
Setting LCD Brightness
You can adjust the brightness of the LCD screen using the LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys once the LCD Brightness screen has been selected (shown on the previous page).
The current Brightness is displayed here as a bar graph.
To SAVE any changes you have made, press SAVE. To exit without saving any changes you have made, press EXIT. Adjust the LCD brightness with the LEFT and RIGHT keys as shown in the previous pages.
You can adjust the backlighting of the remote in two additional ways:
1. You can turn on/off the LCD and the hard button backlighting. 2. You can select the amount of time the lighting stays on after the last button press from a range of values between 10 seconds and 90 seconds.
Change whether the backlighting is on or off by pressing this button.
LIGHT ON TIMER 10S
If you want the backlighting always OFF, set it to OFF. If you would like the backlighting on, select ON. The current timer setting is displayed here in seconds. Adjust the backlighting timer setting with the LEFT and RIGHT keys as shown in the previous pages.
Your Genesis beeps whenever a button is pressed. However, you can adjust the volume of the beep to one of four levels as shown here:
SLIGHT BEEP MODERATE BEEP
The current Beep volume is displayed here as a bar. Adjust the volume of the beep by TAPPING the LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys as shown in the previous pages. Page 10
You can set your Genesis to display the Low Battery warning at a power level between 0% and 20% (in 5% increments).
The Power bar indicates available power with Black.
WARN. 20% MEMORY
Press here to adjust the battery warning level. The Memory bar indicates available memory with Black. The memory in use is White. To exit, press WATCH.
Version Information Displays
Should you be curious, the Version indicates what firmware and software versions were used to program your Genesis.
VERSION EDIT 1.00 S/W.058 RF 1.12 To exit, press WATCH.
The Genesis 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 Complete Control 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.
Memory - 8 Megabits of Flash Memory (for User Configuration) Devices - Flexible, typically can support up to 40 Devices Pages - Flexible, typically can support up to 40 Pages on each Device Learning Capability - Standard frequencies (15kHz to 460kHz) 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: 14 ounces (with batteries) Size: 8 H x 2.25 W x 1.25 D Batteries: 4 AAA Batteries
500 Mamaroneck Avenue, Harrison, NY 10528 Phone: (914) 835-4484 Fax: (914) 835-4532
MX-900 (The Genesis)
Perfectly optimized for use with HDTV theaters, the MX900 delivers attractive styling and convenient one-hand control. Indents in the body enable you to locate the most frequently used buttons by feel, and the bright blue backlighting illuminates a powerful array of buttons labels in simple words (no cryptic symbols). Your home entertainment system is loaded with sophisticated features and functionscontrol all of them easily without a lot of confusing button pushing sequences. Go from zero to DVD with a single push. Power off every TV in the house with a single button.
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The MX-900 is equipped with extraordinary flexible memory architecture that allows your professional installer/programmer to create unique features just for you. Would you like a set of one-touch favorite channels for your preschooler? How about a sports page with all of you favorite sports channels in one placejust one button away. The MX-900 can be programmed to your exact requirements. Its entertainment made simple. Your neighbors will turn green with envy when they see and here what your home theater can doget ready to blush with pride! When you want to watch or listen to something, simply press the WATCH or LISTEN button, then select the activity youd like. The MX-900 eliminates the nightmare of first setting up your TV, then your surround receiver, then your satellite receiver, and so on and so forth. With one touch the MX-900 takes care of everything and then signals its finished by displaying the new activity at the top of the screen and reconfiguring all of the buttons to operate everything you need with large, easy-to-read, seven-character labels. No more cryptic icons! Never search for the PLAY button again. The hardbuttons are all clearly labeled with wordsto watch your DVD simply press the button labeled PLAY. Powered by inexpensive AA batteries, the MX-900 will retain all programmed instructions for up to ten yearseven if the batteries fail or are removed.
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||40|
|Supported Devices||Radio, game console, PC multimedia, TV, VCR, DVD player, CD player|
|Features||LCD backlight, macro function, programmable, LCD display, learning|
|Battery||4 x standard battery - AAA type|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year|
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