Universal Remote MX-900 Universal Remote Control

Universal Remote MX-900 Universal Remote Control, Complete Control, Genesis IR/RF Remote

Universal Remote MX-900 Universal Remote Control, Complete Control, Genesis IR/RF Remote

B&H # UNMX900 MFR # MX-900
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  • 1Description

The Universal Remote MX-900 Genesis is an easy-to-use advanced universal remote control that operates your audio and video equipment with complete satisfaction. It is a pre-programmed remote -- its Windows-based PC software MX Editor has 1,500 "code sets" -- just enter the brand name and number of your component that you want to control. MX Editor can also be used for Mac computer. Use the MX Editor to update the IR database over the Internet for any new model or brand.

This unique remote can control a maximum of 20 different devices; it has 912 macros for easy programming that allows you to take advantage of one-touch operation. For convenience, this remote has a LCD display as well as latest EL technology to backlight all the buttons brightly. It transmits both infrared (IR) and radio (RF) signals for control purposes. For radio signals; use the optional addressable base stations. Use the FAV button to select any of the 50 favorite channels. Other attractive features include a centrally located joystick, one-hand ergonomics and laser etched buttons.

IR and RF Signals
It's capable of transmitting both IR and RF signals to control devices. The range for IR is up to 60 feet whereas the range for RF is up to 100 feet. You must use optional addressable base stations to control devices using RF.
Pre-Programmed Method
You can easily setup the remote using the pre-programmed method. It has a Windows-based PC Software MX Editor that has 1,500 "code sets" or IR database for different models and brands. You need to enter just the brand and model number. You can also update this IR database over the Internet for any new model or brand. MX Editor can be used for Mac computer as well.
Macro Programming
Perform easy macro programming for a set of devices that can be controlled using one button. Automate all the steps (maximum 190 steps or commands) to control these devices for your convenience. It has capabilities for 912 macros.
Flash Memory
It has a non-volatile flash memory. Use this memory to store all your settings for up to 10 years. The configuration data is retained even when you replace the dead batteries after this considerable period of time.
LCD Screen and Backlight
This remote features an 1.4 x 2.1" LCD for display purposes. For backlighting the buttons, use the LIGHT button. This allows you to enjoy your entertainment system in the dark.
Favorite Channel
This convenient feature allows you to surf all your favorite channels without entering a channel number. Just setup each of the favorite channel button. Once setup, it allows you to choose one of the 50 favorite channels using the FAV button.
RF Advantage
In addition to extending the range of your remote up to a distance of 100 feet through walls, floor and doors, it can be programmed to operate equipments in different locations of your house. You just need to place and install additional addressable RF base station(s) at each location. The remote can talk to a maximum of 15 RF base stations, i.e., you can control components at 15 locations.
UPC: 656787209008
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Universal Remote MX-900 Universal Remote Control, Complete Control, Genesis IR/RF Remote
  • Serial Cable
  • 1-Year Parts and Labor Warranty
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    Universal Remote MX-900 specs

    IR Signal Yes
    IR Learning Yes, Standard frequencies (15kHz to 460kHz)
    RF Signal Yes, 418MHz
    RF Channels Not Specified
    RF Transmission Base No
    Operating Distance IR: 30 ~ 50 feet
    RF: 50 ~ 100 feet
    Max Controlled Devices 40
    Memory 8 Megabits of Flash Memory
    Touch Screen No
    LCD Size 1.4 x 2.1" (3.6 x 5.3 cm)
    Display Colors Not Specified
    LCD Backlight Yes
    Button Backlight Yes
    Macro Capability Yes, Up to 255 steps each, however nesting is allowed
    Connector Not Specified
    Audio No
    Digital Media Slot No
    System Requirements PC or MAC
    Battery Type AAA x 4
    Battery Life Not Specified
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 2.2 x 8 x 1.2"
    Weight 12 oz
    Warranty 1-Year Parts and Labor
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.1 x 7.2 x 2.1"

    Universal Remote MX-900 reviews

    MX-900 Universal Remote Control is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent remote I bought this remote to replace the obsolete MarantzRC2000mkII. Overall I am happy with it. One minor annoyanceis that I had to call Universal to get the software andmanual. It took me 2 nights to get familiar with it andprogram the basic functions working (set up all devices, andprogram basic macros). It would take me awhile to programabsolutely everything, but there is room for it - thisremote seems to be over-designed in terms of functionality.One note is that Volume Up and Down seem to be a littleflimsy. These buttons are normally mostly used. Not sure howlong it will last. Expertise: Average user Problems Encountered: None so far Previous Equivalent Item Owned: Marantz RC2000RrcII
    Date published: 2007-08-29
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don,t waste your money The remote works well when it works, we have had two fail within two years, they also eat batteries.
    Date published: 2010-10-09
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