Philips PRONTO TS1000 $109.95

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  1. Bill Will

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    Just a little additional comment. The 1000 has been out of production for quite some time. As a result, even refurbs are getting pretty scarce. On a happy note, two people over at remotecentral.com have reported buying a 1000 refurb that was actually a 2000. Dark blue case, 2 meg memory, and the built in Universal Data Base. Don't know where they bought them however. It is further proof that parts are getting scarce. If you buy one, just make sure it's a factory refurb with the 1 year warrantee.

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    I've heard a little about Pronto remotes but is the 1000 worth the 109.00 plus shipping? What makes it so great?
     
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    Reginald,
    Total flexibility in laying out and setting up the remote. You program these things via computer software then download your setup to the remote. You can use whatever you like for button graphics, have a macro on any button, and layout the buttons in any arrangement you wish. Go here: http://www.remotecentral.com/cgi-bin...blackwhite&fc=, to see some screen shot examples. Now having said this, some people would rather have a hard button remote.
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