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Gary's Home Theater
Added by Gary Cole | 2008 | 12,797 views
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I recently upgraded to a TSU9600 (awesome device!) This is my first draft system file, it is based on the theme from my Pronto colour CCF. I have borrowed some elements from other XCF's here (thanks guys) and also customised others PNG's searched from the web. Enjoy!
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Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
George's Basic Working File
Added by George W. | 2008 | 11,396 views
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Note on the Olive Opus, the commands were learned but it is not a solid operating level yet, for some unknown reason. The EAD includes all the setup pages and functionality from the original marantz remote.
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Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
Green 'n' Gold
Added by 2Many | 2010 | 8,537 views
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No exciting devices. Just a clean look XCF with some basic animation.
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Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
Han de Konnigh's System XCF
Added by Han de Konnigh | 2013 | 8,228 views
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I have made it possible for you to always have the original remote in-hand! Includes XBMC Navi X. Check it out!
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Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
Han's Housewife-Proof Layout
Added by Han | 2010 | 11,995 views
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An original configuration with ProntoScript, rotary wheel control and a splash screen. Not complete but I will make the rest later...
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Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
Jeff Baron's System XCF
Added by Jeff Baron | 2007 | 10,244 views
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This is a work in progress that incorporates some pictures I found online and I started messing with Paint Shop Pro for labeling. I will be getting the RFX9600 so some of the components will change to RS232 but this is what I have for now.
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Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
Joe's Australian TSU9400
Added by Joe | 2010 | 8,940 views
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Recently updated. A full system configuration for Australian TV. Got a few more background pictures and a nicer transport layout.
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Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
Julian Croot's XCF
Added by Julian Croot | 2009 | 19,291 views
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Changing my old Pronto RU990 to the TSU9400 with its more numerous hard buttons allowed me remove the tabs on each page, and finally make full use of the screen. In this I've made sure all my components' functions fit on 1 page, (with a seperate page for each zone on my AV Amplifier), whilst keeping the button sizes larger and more attractive than I've used before. I've kept the system area as small as is practical.

I've also made use of Pronto scripts to cater for short/long presses of the power button (on/off) and page scrolling of the Sky and Freeview TV guides using the rotary wheel. Every device is accessible from the home page, and I've PIN protected power to the projector (The PIN is 5555 on this version). You'll find every IR code you can think of for each of the devices, including the commands used in all 4 zones for the Denon AV amplifier. Hope it's useful.
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Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
Ken Webster's System Setup
Added by Ken Webster | 2008 | 7,611 views
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Here is my system setup, it is a little unpolished. But I thought that this might help some people looking for 9400 XCF files. It has some of my older remote screens that where imported that I haven't updated to color yet. I'll try and update down the road when I get it a little more polished.
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Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
Less is More!
Added by Julian Smith | 2007 | 9,386 views
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The design of this system is around users who are not familure with the cinema system set-up and users good interface design and walkthroughs to ensure a new user can use the system without prior training. This files also deals with the fact that Toshiba TV's do not have any descrete codes AV input select, etc: There are useful help screens links on pages where it is required in the event the system does not do as required due to the lack of the descrete codes.

There is the added bonus of how to get TiVo to work if it is recording, which as TiVo users in the UK will know it only comes with one built in Tuner and if your TV does not have Freeview built in this system shows you how it can be configured with additional freeview box and TV and work seemlessly, again with the restraint of the Toshiba TV. The main thing is that this is designed for a less is more approach with nearly all techy stuff hidden away, so if you are after a design which is for a techy to administer there system this is not for you. If you are after a system which your wife, girlfriend, family or friends staying over can use without the need for long explainations or written instructions.
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Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
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