New features, hundreds of 2-way and RS-232 modules, plus a web browser for the MX-6000.
Posted by Daniel Tonks on November 4, 2009 at 7:22 PM
URC has just released a major update for their Complete Control Program
(otherwise known as CCP), which is used to program their MX-6000, MX-5000, MX-980, MX-900, MX-880, MSC-400 and KP-900 models. The major highlights are a brand new web browser for the top-of-the-line MX-6000 (the MX-5000, while technically capable, was deemed to have insufficient screen resolution for it to be usable), along with nearly 450 new 2-way modules and 300 new RS-232 modules. A worthwhile update indeed!
Here's a complete list of new features:
- MX-6000 Web-browsing is here! Finally—a touch screen browser that doesn't need a stylus. Users can set their own home pages and favorites, no service calls required. You can create one touch buttons on any page that jump to specific web sites as a macro step!
- Adds 444 2-Way modules for the MX-5000 and 444 2-Way modules for the MX-6000. The modules support IP controlled Audio Video receivers from the following popular brands: Denon, Integra, Onkyo, B&K and Yamaha.
- Adds 11 new models to the IP-controllable Audio/Video devices for Volume Pop-Up.
- Adds IR Database Update including new Marantz A/V receivers, and Onkyo receivers.
- Adds more than 300 new models to the RS-232 serial database.
- Adds a new and improved method of adding 2-Way modules to the MX-5000 and MX-6000—it's now much easier to find and add modules.
- User Guides have been added to the Help section of CCP for the AVR 2-Way modules and the Web Browser.
These new features are available right now via "Live Update" for anyone currently running CCP, while CCP itself can be downloaded from Universal Remote's dealer-only site, the URC Control Room.
For more about URC and Complete Control, visit our Complete Control Forum.
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