Universal Remote Control Universal Remote MX 6000 User Manual

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Operating Your System  
With The MX-6000  
Two Way Touch Screen  
 
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MX-6000 TWO WAY TOUCH SCREEN  
Table of Contents  
Introduction  
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Connecting the Battery Pack  
Using the Charging Base  
Two Way via WiFi  
Optional RF “No Rules” Operation  
Operating Your System  
Using Two Way Personal Server Features  
Displaying the Settings Screen  
Sleep Settings  
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Brightness  
Button Light  
Vibrate/Sound  
Date and time  
Power Settings  
System  
Pickup Settings  
Network  
Calibration  
Factory Default  
Exit  
USA Limited Warranty Statement  
Information to the End User  
Maintaining Your MX-6000  
Specifications  
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MX-6000 TWO WAY TOUCH SCREEN  
Congratulations  
You’ve purchased a unique synthesis  
of hardware and software engineer-  
ing, the Complete Control MX-6000.  
The twin goals of the design team  
were to improve the elegance and  
usability of touch screens through the  
physical design while providing a  
new standard in brightness, clarity  
and animation for the touch screen  
itself.  
Easy Operation  
By assigning the important home theater operational buttons to the  
natural resting place of the end users thumbs, the MX-6000  
achieves a new standard in use and comfort.  
Automatic Backlighting  
The integral motion sensor detects any movement of the touch  
screen and automatically backlights the screen. You do not have to  
press any button to display the screen. Any movement of the MX-  
6000 renews the backlighting. To adjust the backlighting, see page  
11.  
Programming the MX-6000  
To fully automate an audio/video system and integrate two way  
automation of servers etc. the programmer must have a detailed  
knowledge of each component, LAN configuration, WiFi optimiza-  
tion and how the system is connected and operated. Only a trained  
and certified professional audio/video installer can install an MX-  
6000 automation system in a timely and efficient manner.  
Integrated Stylus  
Stowed away in the top right hand corner storage slot, is a custom  
made stylus for your convenience.  
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MX-6000 TWO WAY TOUCH SCREEN  
Connecting the Battery Pack  
Unlock the rear cover by pressing down on the two locking tabs  
and sliding the battery cover forward.  
Remove the cover. For shipment from the factory, the battery is left  
out of the MX-6000. Place the battery into the battery compart-  
ment, making sure you align the contacts on the battery to the con-  
tacts on the MX-6000. The battery will snap into place when  
aligned properly.  
Replace the cover and snap it into place.  
Using the Charging Base  
Plug the 6V DC adapter into a power outlet and into the back of  
the charging base.  
Gently place the MX-6000  
into the cradle of the charging  
base. It automatically aligns  
itself to the contacts on the  
charging base.  
The Status light should imme-  
diately light. Red indicates  
that it is charging. Blue shows  
that it is fully charged. There is  
no harm in leaving the MX-  
6000 on its charging base  
Red indicates charging, Blue that the remote is fully  
charged.  
whenever it is not in use.  
Two Way via WiFi  
To use the MX-6000 with any two way companion product, the  
MX-6000 must be configured by your installer to be part of a LAN  
(local area network) via a WiFi b/g access point or router. This is  
not user configurable. If you have any questions, consult with your  
custom installer.  
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