Product Review

Philips Pronto TSU9600 Remote Control - Software Screen Shots

April, 2007

Ofer LaOr



Software: assigning tasks to the hardware keys.



Configuring extenders.



Setting up the parameters for the Pronto design.



Configuring the wireless settings.



Assigning the wireless settings' encryption (no WPA or WPA2).



Device settings - labeling.



Setting up a long macro, including progress bar animation screens.



Assigning a specific device to a specific extender.



Setting up favorite TV stations (the Philips Pronto website contains logo packs you can add on).



Choosing an icon for a specific button.



Assigning IR codes to a button using the code database.



Packing up the design to send to someone.



Channel macros will save you quite a lot of time.



Custom IR codes will work just like any other Pronto (you can even copy discrete codes from Remote Central).



Configuring the extenders using their built-in web service



Designing the screens. As you can see, in addition to English and European dialects, Hebrew is also supported (Russian too!)



Configuring the advanced settings on the serial extender, such as using power sense and sending RS232 commands.



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