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Anyone got a Cambridge Audio M1+?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Control & Remote Controls' started by raven219, Mar 13, 2002.

  1. raven219

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    Saw this in Richer Sounds. Look like it will do what I want which control the TV, DVD, Amp and CD with some basic macros.

    Any opinions - good or bad?

    Cheers

    Raven
     
  2. laurel

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    I've got one and it's fine for your basic operations.

    Macro's are good for adjusting muliple devices.

    You can customise the screens by removing/adding buttons, but you can't change the icons/text on them.

    It's no Pronto - but hey - it's a third of the price! :D

    If like me you want to have all your basic kit functions to hand in one unit - this does the job.

    Cheers

    Laurel
     
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    Sorry to disagree laurel but the icons can be changed, only approx four to choose from on each button. Easy to program,works well.
     
  4. laurel

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    HIGGY

    I stand corrected squire. :blush: :D

    But how do you do it?

    I lost the little booklet that came with it. Well I say booklet... it was a scrap of paper really.

    Don't generally need to instructions though, it's pretty easy to figure out (apart from the button change obviously!)

    Laurel
     
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    Hold down the device button you want to change for three seconds, then you get the four flashing numbers. After you have keyed them in just scroll through the icon choices by touching the relevant button then press the device button again to store.


    Hope this helps
     
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    I had one for a year and it worked well.Then it lost all of the codes that I had put in ,and would not re learn any more. I then bought a pronto ,mmore expensive but worth it in my opinion.
     
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    I have both M1+ and pronto (Marantz version). Both are good. The Cambridge is particularly sturdy and feel it was £80 well spent.
     
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    its a good remote to start off with, ideal for basic function, but as they say, its no pronto.....my advice, save up a little longer and treat yourself to a £150 pronto, worth every penny!
     
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