TSU9600 is the third generation of Home Theater Control Panels. It is designed by custom installers and built by Philips and includes all technology and features that are needed to operate any Home Theater in an easy and intuitive way.
The Pronto System The Pronto System contains a variety of equipment that is connected and configured to interact with each other. The scheme below shows a possible connection with several A/V equipment. Wireless Access Point Ethernet IP Pronto Control Panel Multimedia Lutron Server...
TSU9600 Starter’s Guide More information is available: • In the ProntoEdit Professional Online Help of ProntoEdit Professional: • On how to customize a configuration file; • On how to incorporate Extenders in the configuration file; • In the Starter’s Guides for the RFX9400 and RFX9600 Extenders: •...
Touch Screen Activity name Is the label you give to the device in the editor. Docking Station Power Adapter CD with the following content • ProntoEdit Professional • Dedicated configuration files for US and Europe in different styles • Image galleries • Acrobat Reader • Starter’s Guides in various languages (PDF) •...
Insert the CD in the PC and follow the on screen instructions to install the editor. Notes You can install ProntoEdit Professional together with other Philips Pronto editors. The files of ProntoEdit Professional are automatically placed in a separate directory.
Example of default configuration file single-room for US. Elements to define the overall System Page with the system items and the Home Page. Information on how to use the configuration file. 12 activities for controlling the A/V equipment in the Home Theater. Each activity contains several layout pages and a code page. Devices that are used in different activities.
TSU9600 Starter’s Guide You need to take the following 6 steps to customize one of the dedicated configuration files: Delete the activities that the customer does not use or add new activities. You delete the unused activities in the tree view of the editor. By deleting the activity all links to the buttons of this activity become inactive.
To assign codes to the buttons in the code pages: In the Tools menu, select My Database Quick Access. Select the code from the list and drag-and-drop the code to the button. Configure the Extenders used in the Pronto System. When you are not using an Extender in the configuration file, you need to disable the Wireless Settings in the System Properties.
The batteries in the Control Panel are Lithium ion batteries. It is advised to change the batteries when the operation of the Control Panel becomes unreliable. If you want to order new batteries, contact the Philips Service Center. For more information about the Service Center, please refer to Support on http://www.pronto.
Troubleshooting Macros do not work • Make sure you have defined the correct codes for your A/V equipment. • Insert sufficient delays in the macros to allow the equipment to start up properly. • Check for links to inactive buttons (i. e. buttons that do not contain a code nor link) in your macro. Delete these buttons or create a link to the code on the code page.
You reset the Control Panel by switching the Power switch to 0, waiting a few seconds and switching the Power switch back to 1. FAQ Information and Latest Updates You can find more information on www.pronto.philips.com. Navigate to the Support section for more FAQ Information. Navigate to the Downloads section for the following updates: •...
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