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Discussion in 'Home Cinema Control & Remote Controls' started by TopMeTom, Sep 14, 2003.

  1. TopMeTom

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    Hi, where/what is a good touch screen remote that can control,tv,pj,dvd,lights?

    Is the pronto in richersounds(149.95)so much better than the pronto neo(119.95)??

    Is this also the cheapest place?

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    Not all touch screens acan control all equipment. The ability to get a seamless, easy to use, foolproof touchscreen is a funciton of the equipments control codes just as much as the programming and the remote itself.

    I've not used a Neo. I have used a Pronto or two....and it has met my own requirements admirably.

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    The Neo is better in that it has more hard buttons, but worse in that the touch screen is smaller.
    It all depends on which you prefer!

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    The Pronto is a much more capable remote than the Neo. You'd be hard-pushed to find stuff the Pronto can't control. I recommend it wholeheartedly.
     

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