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System Layout Files
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Matt Garbell's MX-700
Added by Matt Garbell | 2005 | 3,962 views
Full system file with dicrete codes for the following equipment.
Designed for:
URC Home Theater Master MX-700
Matt's Home MX-850 Configuration
Added by Matt Sciarrotta | 2005 | 3,200 views
This config allows the wife to view in 2 differnet places as all AV components are located centrally in main theater room. Family room is a nightly desired viewing area. Everything is behavior based. No need for much else. What do you think?
Designed for:
URC Home Theater Master MX-700
Mayra Ramos' Remote
Added by Mayra Ramos | 2005 | 3,428 views
A very simple setup for the following devices.
Designed for:
URC Home Theater Master MX-700
Mike's MX-900 File
Added by MikeV | 2006 | 8,075 views
System includes all soundfield discrete macros for Marantz SRxx00 series receivers. Discrete FF/REW and upconvert commands for the LG DV7832NXC (Zenith DVB-318) included. Use of Press and Hold macros and other notes are explained in the readme file included in the zip.
Designed for:
URC Complete Control MX-900
Mitch G's Family Friendly Setup
Added by Mitch G. | 2004 | 4,800 views
Using ideas picked up in various places, I created what is generally a family-friendly remote where I use two device buttons to provide displays that say "Watch TV" or "Play DVD" or "Tape Show" etc. When pressed, they go to a simple menu focused on these activities. That simple menu includes a "DONE" button which is used to shut things down when done. The actual devices are displayed on page 2 with a square next to them. This basically tells the non-power users in the house to not push those buttons. Additionally, I have a couple of "Hop 2" commands in there which I use to bounce between devices when I want to, say, watch TV while listening to the radio or a CD.
Designed for:
URC Home Theater Master MX-700
Mitch Wayman's MX-900 System Setup
Added by Mitch Wayman | 2006 | 6,885 views
Lots of discretes and macros. I did extensive testing and troubleshooting to make sure it all works as flawlessly as possible. I prefer having a "Main" page vice the activity based layout - that's why the "Watch" and "Listen" pages are identical. One less step to get to where you want to be. If my wife can use it anyone can use it! Feel free to post your questions, comments, and suggestions.
Designed for:
URC Complete Control MX-900
MX-700 System for Aussies
Added by David Harrison | 2010 | 10,801 views
The BeyonWiz and Foxtel devices are fairly much Australia-specific, so here they are for Aussies. Also, I tracked down the discrete OFF for the new Pioneer VSX-1020-K receiver.
Designed for:
All URC Hard Button Models
Neil Evans' MX-950
Added by Neil Evans | 2007 | 7,366 views
This is a combination of learned and stocked codes. All devices have discrete power except for the DVD, which use a workaround. No images are used except for the "Macro in Progress." None of the components are particularly hard to find, but there are a few specific aspects of the programming that may be useful by example to other programmers:

1. The use of variables to track the power state of various components, reducing macro time. This is particularly helpful with amps and televisions that have a longish "warm up time."
2. The use of variables to create "FAV" style pages for lighting control and other advanced control pages. IE, after adjusting the lights, just press "Jump" and you're back to controlling the TiVo, or wherever you were when you accessed the Lights pages.
3. Help screens for guests or technically challenged owners.
4. The use of LCD backlight color to differentiate the different remote modes (ie, on Watch/Listen, on a device, or on auxillary screen).
Designed for:
URC Complete Control MX-950
Nolan's MX-900
Added by aka23 | 2011 | 10,121 views
My setup is divided into the 3 areas - theater, living room, and bedroom. Each area includes 2 watch functions - one for TV and one for blu-ray. The watch functions turn on & set up components/lighting, while the corresponding listen functions go to the menus without adjusting components. There are many macros, and many buttons that have different functions depending on how long the button is held. For example, pressing "overscan" goes to the corresponding menu of the Epson projector (this should be a standard remote function rather than having to navigate through 3 layers of menus), and holding "overscan" simply opens the menu for the user to make other adjustments.

I make adjustments often, as I often have new or changing needs, so there are some remnants of old functions that are no longer used. As an example, the 3rd Blu/TV Theater pages have controls for the Sim2 projector (alternate), while the default 1st page has controls for the Epson projector (primary). Comments/questions are welcome.
Designed for:
URC Complete Control MX-900
Oren Teich's MX-700 MXF
Added by Oren Teich | 2002 | 3,303 views
Macros on the main page to make sure everything is setup right, with discrete power codes.
Designed for:
URC Home Theater Master MX-700
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