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CA m1 & CA m1+ is there any difference?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Control & Remote Controls' started by Hallsy, Feb 26, 2005.

  1. Hallsy

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    Noticed that some poeple refer to a cambridge audio m1, whilst some refer to a m1+ enhanced.
    Is there any difference or is the m1 just a shortened name? If there is any difference does anyone have any idea what the difference is?
    Cheers
     
  2. mattross

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    I used to have an M1+ [sold it on eBay a few months ago] and the major difference from what I remember is the added support for DVD. I'm sure there were a couple of other things as well but I can't remember what they are now.

    The M1+ is also known as the M1 enhanced to confuse matters further.
     
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    Cheers for that. Is the M700 worth considering over the M1+? I think I prefer the look of the smaller M1+ but wondered if the M700 was much better in the long run?
     
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    Sorry I have no idea, after my M1+ I got a Pronto 950.
     
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    Cheers, OK scrub the M700.
    Sorry to be annoying but is the E-Pilot SRC-9200 the same as the M1 or M1+ ? I'm looking at a few on ebay and can't make my mind up which ones to go for!!
    Considered a Pronto 890, but think I'd be spending a little more than necessary, well, that's what the missus would say!!
     
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    All the buttons look identical to me, so I would say it's another re-branding of the same product yes. It also mentions DVD so it must be based on the M1+ hardware.
     
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    Cheers mate, as you may see from the othe rthread on here, I'm a little undecided at the mo!!
     
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    M1/M1 Enhanced and M1+ were all different. M1 was grey and had no DVD screen, the M1 Enhanced had a Dark blue gloss finish and a DVD screen and the M1+ got rid of the function switch (you tapped the 2,4,6,8 keys to start learning) and had updated graphics and a bigger macro memory.
     
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    Thanks for that, so which one is the better one, M1+?
    Also, would you know which model, M1, M1 enhanced or M1+, is the same as the e-pilot SRC-9200? I know that it is grey/black and has a DVD page, but not sure other than that.
     

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