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Network Extender


    Network Extender

    Designed by installers, made by Philips

    The TSU9200 lets users interact with their digital music library content right on the LCD screen. The PC extender PCX9200 is a USB dongle that enables two-way real-time communication for access to playlists, cover art and search function.

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Designed by installers, made by Philips

  • Compatible with Media Center Edition, WMP10-11, iTunes 6-7

    To ensure you can play your favorite files, wether it be Microsoft Media Center Editions (XP or Vista), WMP10-11, iTunes 6-7, all these formats are supported to be visible on the LCD screen of the remote and can be controlled by the remote.

  • Navigate your music files without using your TV/monitor

    On-screen media selection is the ability to view and select a list of songs, pictures and movies from your PC on the LCD screen of a remote control. The 2-way RF communication incorporated in the remote and the USB dongle provided with it, ensures the content of the PC is transmitted to the remote. So, no need to turn on your TV or monitor to view the menu and select your favorite files.

  • Operates through walls via radio frequency-based USB adaptor

    A USB adaptor is an adaptor that can be connected to your device's USB port to enable control of that device when in a cabinet or in another room. The USB adaptor and the remote have a Radio-Frequency (RF) module incorporated. Over RF, the two communicate with eachother. The commands of the remote will be executed through the USB adaptor, and the content of the MediaCenter PC will be visible on the remote's LCD screen via the USB adaptor.

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