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Displaying entries 51 through 59, of 59 available.
Snuf's Setup
Added by Sylvain van Uffelen | 2008 | 14,503 views
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I combined a few configs and programmed the PS3 codes from the forum here. Also I added the PS3-like buttons.
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Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
Stefan's Holt-Style System
Added by Stephan.myle | 2011 | 6,762 views
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I would like to thank "Adam Holt" for the work he did; just thought I'd upload my version of his idea.
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Marantz RC9001
Steve's Home Theater
Added by Steve M. | 2007 | 6,851 views
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This is my idea for complete remote control over my home theater.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
The Game Room & Basement
Added by Charlie Schneider | 2008 | 10,971 views
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This remote controls a wall panel of near identical Samsung HDTV's - one 52 inch, two 40 inch and one 26 inch over by the bar. Also, it can control the home theater, the gym TV and the TV in the Nanny room.

What makes this remote set up unique are the following:
  • Extensive use of Pronto Script to keep track of how the remote is being used and in controlling the routing of the AV device chosen to the View Station desired. There are two modes. Individual TV/view station mode and in Game Room mode where the three game room TV's are all on and controlled at the same time.
  • Extensive utilization of the RF system to communicate to all of the gear centrally located in the media closet (including 3 identical DVR boxes) and to control the identical Samsung TV's in the game room.
  • Utilization of the Audio Authority whole house AV distribution system
  • Utilization of the new Sony HES-V1000 Media Server including the discovery of its discrete on/off codes.
I have not finished completing the music and picture systems. However, over the years I have utilized so much from this site, I felt it was time to provide some payback! As you know, a good remote control is never done!
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
The Wright's Home Theater
Added by Darren Wright | 2010 | 15,599 views
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A complete system with a large number of components.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
Tim's Recovery
Added by Tim M. | 2010 | 9,829 views
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I lost my config (don't ask) and needed something quick and functional before my wife called a divorce attorney. I couldn't find anything for the newer Samsung TV's that I liked so I borrowed some Samsung graphics and hacked a few panels together with clear buttons. I broke a lot of design rules but this may save your marriage, it did mine!
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
Tom Fisher Final
Added by Steven Murray | 2007 | 11,477 views
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A complete system configuration with lots of discrete codes.
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Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
Wezst Living Room TSU9600 v1.1
Added by Wezst | 2010 | 15,167 views
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Nice and simple version of the default design pre-loaded onto the TSU9600, this has got me going for now until I can work out some better graphics. Utilises the RFX9600 for commands back to my rack, and integrates the first version of the new Sonos Module. Control is via IR at the moment, but Ver 1.2 will hopefully include RS232 commands to the Pioneer AV Receiver and Blu-Ray Player, along with the new version of the Sonos Module. As I say, nothing radical, but for someone who wants to see a slightly more detailed design than the standard one with some added macros, this may prove useful.
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9600
Workout for Over Forties
Added by Aguzzi Adriano | 2008 | 9,553 views
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I use this system in my workout room, while on the treadmill or on the elliptical crosstrainer. In addition, being in my early fifties, I need reading glasses for any font smaller than 14. Therefore, the buttons are designed to be large and color-coded. This way they can be immediately found even when you are beating the hell out of yourself (in terms of cardio fitness), and even if you are far-sighted (in terms of focal length of your anterior eye chamber).
Designed for:
Philips Pronto Professional TSU9400
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