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In this section: Our complete collection of system MX files containing bitmaps, macros and IR codes for use with the MX-1000 remote control.

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Jason Sampson's MX-1000 Setup
Added by Jason Sampson | 2001 | 2,157 views
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My system is setup for 6 Devices and makes use of discrete codes learned from a Pronto (sorry no translator...). This uses a combination of preprogrammed codes and learned commands. Some original buttons included, but relies heavily on Daniel's buttons.
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URC Home Theater Master MX-1000
Jim Giles' Big Button MX-1000
Added by Jim Giles | 2001 | 2,074 views
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My system consists of 5 basic devices. The most-used buttons are large, placed for easy access with the right thumb, and are uniquely shaped so that they can be identified without the need for reading glasses. I didn't try to duplicate all the buttons of each device remote, but selected only those that my family uses. All equipment is turned on/off together by a single pair of buttons located on Page 1 of each device. Includes .BMP files.
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URC Home Theater Master MX-1000
John Corkery's .MX File
Added by John Corkery | 2002 | 2,507 views
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This is an update to my previous workspace. It includes two new devices, a couple of new buttons, and a few other minor changes. As before, icons are included for Receiver, TiVo, DVD, TV, HD STB, VCR; and favorite channel icons for NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, WB, PBS and CSN (Comcast Sports Net). Unfortunately, the icons and buttons are relatively small (but certainly useable) due to the MX-1000's memory constraints. Discrete on/off buttons are contained in a device "hidden" on the Main page; the tiny square icon is on the very left side of the page midway down.
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URC Home Theater Master MX-1000
John Sumner's .MX Configuration
Added by John Sumner | 2001 | 1,927 views
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From the "less is more" philosophy... I tried not to clutter the remote with pages full of seldom used functions (except for DVD, page 2). The hard Power button is a macro in each device that turns all power off, so no matter what the state, it works.
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URC Home Theater Master MX-1000
Matt Steindl's .MX Setup
Added by Matt Steindl | 2001 | 1,729 views
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I started by stripping everything out of the default model that I could, and tried to use a small number of buttons to conserve resource space. That way I could have room to upgrade when the Designer software gets a little better.
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URC Home Theater Master MX-1000
Quinn Dunki's Complete Setup
Added by Quinn Dunki | 2002 | 1,800 views
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Here's my complete setup. Everything here is controlled flawlessly by my MX-1000 (including the Bose).
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URC Home Theater Master MX-1000
Rudy Rousseau's MX-1000 File
Added by Rudy Rousseau | 2001 | 2,095 views
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My MX file aims for simple and easy use of 6 components. I used John Corkery's buttons extensively. I did not use a Main1 page. The file includes only learned codes and macros (no preprogramed codes.)It also includes the discreet input codes and power off/on codes for the Mits WS55857 I found on this forum.
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URC Home Theater Master MX-1000
Tom Saul's MX File
Added by Tom Saul | 2002 | 1,773 views
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A complete system MX file.
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URC Home Theater Master MX-1000
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