Universal Remote Control Universal Remote MX 810 User Manual

Operating Your System  
With the MX-810  
COMPLETE  
CONTROL  
®
Universal Remote Control  
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS  
Introduction to the MX-810  
1
2
Optional RF “No Rules” Operation  
Installing and Charging the Battery  
Programming the MX-810  
3
4
Using the MX-810 to Manually Control a “Device”  
Using the MX-810 to Automate an “Activity”  
Using the Help System for Automated Activities  
Accessing the MX-810s Setup Menus  
Selecting from the Setup Menus  
Setting the Color Screen  
5
6
7
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8
8
Setting the Button Lighting  
9
System Menu  
10  
11  
12  
13  
13  
14  
14  
15  
16  
Setting the Button Beep Volume  
Date and Time Menus  
Erasing and Resetting  
USA Limited Warranty Statement  
Specifications  
Contact Us  
Your Programming Notes - Devices  
Your Programming Notes - Activities  
 
MX-810 OWNERS MANUAL  
Congratulations!  
You’ve purchased a unique synthesis of hardware and software engineering,  
the Complete Control MX-810. The MX-810 achieves a magnificent combina-  
tion of power and flexibility, simplifying and automating operation of even the  
most complex system.  
User Configurable Screen and Button Lighting  
A built in pick up sensor can be set to light the screen and/or the buttons  
automatically. Additionally, a dedicated LIGHT button enables the user to  
backlight the buttons if the pick up sensor is turned off.  
Integrated Sound Signaling  
The MX-810 incorporates a small speaker for beeps. Anytime you press a  
button, the MX-810 signals that it has understood your command with a  
beep sound.  
Custom Labeled Buttons  
When you pick up the MX-810, it automatically lights up the color LCD  
screen which labels the six buttons to either side of the screeen. These  
button labels change based on what you are watching or listening to.  
Thus, if you have selected Watch TV, you will see a list of buttons that  
are useful to that activity, while if you select Watch DVD, the buttons  
will control the DVD.  
LIGHT Button  
Press the Light button on the  
side of the MX-810 to back-  
light all of the buttons. Of  
course, you could opt to set  
the buttons to light automati-  
cally via the pick up sensor.  
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MX-810 OWNERS MANUAL  
Optional RF “No Rules” Operation  
In combination with a Complete Control RF Base Station, the MX-810 can  
control your system without being in line-of-sight of the equipment.  
Either the MRF-350 or the MRF-40 RF base station is compatible with the  
MX-810. Both incorporate RF Addressing. RF Addressing gives you the ability  
to control equipment locations throughout your home, even if they are con-  
cealed in other rooms or are behind closed doors.  
1.The MX-810 sends radio waves  
in every direction, so you don’t  
have to point the remote any-  
more!  
2.The RFX-250 RF Sensor can be freely  
positioned for optimal reception.  
3.The MRF-350’s built-in Front Blaster sends commands to  
components in the same cabinet space as the MRF-350.  
4. Self-adhesive “Flashers” affix to the  
Infrared sensors on the front panels of your  
components. The Flashers relay commands  
to components out of sight of the MRF-350’s  
Front Blaster. The flashers plug in to the  
MRF-350’s rear flasher line outputs via their  
10 foot cables. Uniquely, the MRF-350 can  
also connect to components with rear panel  
IR Inputs via its adjustable IR Line Outputs.  
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