FS: Philips Pronto TS1000/01 Home Theater

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  1. Jerry Klawiter

    Jerry Klawiter Screenwriter

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    Hello all,
    I'm selling this for a friend.
    $130 shipped within the U.S.
    I'm a master trader here, paypal is fine.
    The remote is used, but in great working order.
    NO scratches on the screen.
    Includes the original box, users guide, interface cable.
    This Pronto is dark blue in color, looks just like the TS2000 models but only dark blue and with 1MB not 2mb.
    Sorry image was removed to save bandwidth once sold.
    For more info about this particular model including reviews and software downloads, check out: http://www.remotecentral.com/pronto/index.html
    Features
    Large dynamic touch screen with liquid crystal display
    Direct-access buttons for frequently used functions
    Elegant, intuitive interface with animation
    Automatic backlighting for visibility in the dark
    Built-in, customizable device templates for total control
    Programmable, editable macros (device or activity based)
    Programmable, editable timers
    Virtual keyboard for labeling buttons and devices
    Can control any device that receives infrared remote control signals
    Learns infrared (IR) codes from your existing remote controls - then replaces those remotes
    Comes with hundreds of built-in commands (RC-5/6) for out-of-the-box use with your Philips and Marantz components
    Software upgrades available via download
    Designed for one- or two-handed operation, or tabletop use
    Flash memory stores your commands even when batteries aren't present
    Pronto Edit, a PC software package, allows you to completely redesign the graphical user interface to meet your needs, You will need to down load the latest.
    Pronto Emulator feature allows you to view and test new configurations before downloading
    Specifications
    Hardware
    High-resolution (320 x 240) liquid crystal display (LCD) with contrast control
    Large touch screen
    Seven programmable direct-access buttons
    Backlighting for LCD and direct-access buttons
    Built-in RC-5 and RC-6 codes
    Infrared sending and learning eyes
    3-wire (RS232) serial port connector
    Software
    Dynamic, animated interface
    Editable macros (up to 255 commands per macro)
    Total number of devices and macros limited only by memory
    Infrared (IR)
    Operating distance of 10 meters (33 feet)
    Learning frequency up 56 KHz
    Learning distance 2,5 cm (1 inch) up to 30 cm (1 foot)
    Memory
    1 MB non-volatile flash memory (retains commands when batteries are not present)
    512 K SRAM
    Batteries
    4 AA 1.5V batteries, or one 4.8V rechargeable battery pack option
    Battery life
    Approximately 6 months with typical use
    Power management
    Power on by tapping the touch screen, power off automatically
    Dimensions
    138mm x 92mm x 38mm (5.4 inch x 3.6 inch x 1.5 inch)
    Operating temperature
    0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F)
     
  2. rick forrest

    rick forrest Agent

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    Jerry -

    I'll take if still available.

    rick
     
  3. rodney wiley

    rodney wiley Second Unit

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    YGM
     
  4. Jerry Klawiter

    Jerry Klawiter Screenwriter

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    Rick,

    Your first,

    Sent you an email,

    Just let me know.

    Rodney,

    If Rick does not take it you will be next.

    Jerry
     
  5. Peter Apruzzese

    Peter Apruzzese Producer

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    Real Name:
    Peter Apruzzese
    If neither sale works out, please put me on the contact list.

    Thank you!

    Pete
     
  6. Jerry Klawiter

    Jerry Klawiter Screenwriter

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    Thanks all, this has now been SOLD [​IMG]
     

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