Discussion in 'Home Cinema Control & Remote Controls' started by grahamricho, Feb 4, 2002.
just ordered a pronto, never read much about them but what does ccf stand for?am i just fick
pronto and rc5000 files are saved as xxxxx.ccf
I can't remember where I read it (probably www.remotecentral.com), but the original name for the Pronto started with a C, so it originally stood for Cxxxx Config File.
You're right Martin, I also can't remember the original name though! Philips just didn't bother to change it to PCF.
Charles, Chompie and Freddy
Can anyone help me i have a Marantz rc5000i which i droped recently and can not be repaired. I can get a Philips Pronto cheaply and i would like to know if i can use the same files in the Marantz and transfer them to the Pronto. Can you tell me if they would work on the pronto because if not i a would have to start from scratch with setting up my system again.
I believe they are one in the same. Looking on www.remotecentral.com the ccf files seem to be for both the Pronto and the Marantz remotes.
When you save your setup to disk what is it called? Does it have .ccf at the end? If so, then it should work on a Pronto.
Best thing to do is attatch your setup to the thread and someone here with a Pronto will try it out for you.
Yes the file ext is .ccf i would be very gratfully if someone would try this file on the Pronto. Also can it be uploaded useing Pronto setup on the Pc.I will send anyone interested in helping me the file if they can email me.My address is
The reason the file extension for a pronto config file is .ccf is because the original name of the Pronto was 'Cabernet'.. Hence .ccf Cabernet Configuration File
Separate names with a comma.