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    Universal Projector remote for Sanyo Projectors?

    Chaps

    We currently use the following mix of Sanyo projectors:

    SE15, SE20, XU-41, XW200, XE40, XE31, XE32

    Is there a single remote that will allow me to simply power them on and off?

    So far I have managed to find 2 remotes that will do all of them.

    Thanks for any help.

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    will take a look into this for you , can you ping me over a quick email with your details

    joe@c-p-ltd.com
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    I would also be very interested in this, as I'm not prepared to pay out more than £100 for a replacement remote control.

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    I have started installing the Vision Techconnect control boxes for this, it's screwed to the wall so can't get lost.

    Does require a remote to progam it initially though.

    Ben

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    There is also a system called Pixie too, which allows you to change source, on/off and adjust volume control. Easy to fit and program. But you do need a remote to program the panel. Easy to reprogram if you swap out the projector in the future too.

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    Yes there is but the pixie is 50% more than the TC2-CTL2

    Ben

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    I suppose you get what you pay for.

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    Yes and no if a product offers all of the functionality that one needs then there is not point in paying more money for a product to do the same job.

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    I see what your saying but from experience, I have installed around 60 pixie systems and had not a single failure. I have however heard a lot of complaints about high failure rates with the brand you mention with there in wall amp range. So if that is anything to go by.

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    I have several of the in wall amps installed here and not had a single failure but had several failures with the original promethean amps we had installed.

    I've only got a couple of the TC IR units in use but so far not had a problem with these and CTL2 version has a lot more features then the 1 version and offer all the functionality of the pixie systems, with the TC modules you also get a pre-wired IR blaster and 2 more which are terminated with 3.5mm sockets to use when controlling multiple items at the same time.

    Thanks for your comments though.

    Ben

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