Your Universal Remote Control Center
RemoteCentral.com
URC Hard Button Control Family File Area
Previous page Next page Up level
Up level
The following page was printed from RemoteCentral.com:

Login:
Pass:
 
 
 
In this section: A collection of system files for use with URC's text-based remotes controls. Find finished device layouts, IR codes, macros and more!

Previous Level
Page 11 of 11
System Layout Files
Displaying entries 101 through 109, of 109 available.
Tom Weisser's Home Theater
Added by Tom Weisser | 2003 | 6,982 views
All items include discrete power codes, except the DSS & lighting. Discrete codes for most receiver functions - working on the rest.
Designed for:
URC Home Theater Master MX-700
Tony's Home Theater System Setup
Added by Tony | 2006 | 5,085 views
Activity-based remote control configuration. Main Page #1 contains the activities. Each activity's pages contain a mix of DVD/DVR/Projector/Receiver commands that make sense for that activity. Main Page #2 contains the actual devices, and his hidden, although devices are accessible by pressing one of the unused LCD buttons on Main Page #1. Layout is extremely spouse/kids friendly. Amp is not a real device. Receiver powers on the external amp via a 12V trigger that is enabled using the Receiver's Zone 2 function. Receiver pages were completely filled, so I created an "Amp" device to mimic the Zone 2 On/Off function. A Utils LCD button on Main Page #2 contains pages for short cuts to actual devices, as well as Power Off confirmation messages. Because I have a front projector in my system, I use these confirmation messages to avoid inadvertent power offs. Discrete Power On/Off for all devices.
Designed for:
URC Home Theater Master MX-700
Tyler Roberts' MX-850
Added by Tyler Roberts | 2005 | 6,660 views
Used delay macros for DVD, Tivo, and Sat - press and hold to turn on and switch otherwise quick press to swap to those menus.
Designed for:
URC Home Theater Master MX-700
Varun Sapra's First Setup
Added by Varun Sapra | 2003 | 5,129 views
My first shot at the MX-700 with tons of macros, discrete codes, etc.
Designed for:
URC Home Theater Master MX-700
Victor Ciccarone's System
Added by Victor Ciccarone | 2004 | 3,981 views
A complete setup for my home theater with Barco projector.
Designed for:
URC Home Theater Master MX-700
Xerxes Labrador's MX-700
Added by Xerxes Labrador | 2005 | 7,197 views
This is a straighforward configuration having the activity macros on the first page and model names for the second page. Not so savy users need only to go to the first page and select the activity they want. The second page was intentionally meant for savy users when they need to individually jump to specific devices. Discrete power ON/OFF codes have been provided for most devices and macro power ON/OFF trick for cable box. I am still searching for discretes for the VCOD and I cannot use macro trick because it has a hard drive system. Any activity macro when selected will attemp to power off all devices and power on the selected device for the desired activity. Receiver input signal selection as well as monitor video type selection will also be handled by the macro. Since I am using Comcast with a 63 inch screen, I find it more convenient to use the cable menu or channel guide and then navigate through it because all channel and program information is browsable. My FAV button will just envoke the cable menu.
Designed for:
URC Home Theater Master MX-700
Xerxes's Logical MX-950 Configuration
Added by Xerxes Labrador | 2007 | 9,162 views
I lately replaced my MX-700 with the MX-950 because I got fed up with it not being able to handle the complete automation of my A/V equipment setup. Getting the MX-950 has been a boon to my A/V viewing and listening pleasure. Not only was I able to solve the problem of toggle ON/OFF power commands, but I was also able to program my remote to be 'smarter' than the average. I believe in "form follows function" so my programming is more of functionality rather than asthetics. Now, A/V activities are fool proof! So here is my setup which I am sharing with you and hopefully, you could appreciate some of the strategies that were implemented (see the included documentation for full details) and use them to cook your own flavored MX-950.
Designed for:
URC Complete Control MX-950
Yasin Ashraf's Home Theater
Added by Yasin Ashraf | 2004 | 9,354 views
A complete system setup for the following devices.
Designed for:
URC Home Theater Master MX-700
Ziggi's Complete System
Added by Ziggi | 2004 | 13,675 views
A complete system setup. Also includes separate device files for all components.
Designed for:
URC Home Theater Master MX-700
Page 11 of 11

Search Remote Central's Files
Find in
Look in all areas URC Hard Button Control Family
only this section & inwards
More


Share with the remote control community
by uploading a file to Remote Central!
Hosting Services by ipHouse