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    Need a Credit Card Remote?

    Creative Labs Credit Card Remote

    its only $12 shipped. I dont have the need for one at the moment, but I figures you guys might want to know about it
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    So, do you think that is basically a IRMan, and a credit card remote? I think i might get one just for the hell of it...

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    If you get 20 they're cheaper here:
    http://www.bulk4less.com/default.cfm?exec=product&sku=6

    just a thought I got 20 of them, sold along eeeasy (they dont exist in Sweden)

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    I bought a couple, and will let you guys know if they are any good.

    This place has 'em for $4.99 + shipping.
    http://www.store.yahoo.com/glob2000/creatlabremc.html

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    i got my remotes today. i think they are pretty neat, but i've never had one before, so...

    the included software is fine for just winamp, lets you do all the normal stuff (play, pause, next, prev, ff, rw, vol +, vol -, mute, etc) and also lets you control your mouse (too slow though) and you can shutdown and such.

    girder is supposed to support this, i haven't tried it yet though.

    no it is not compatible w/ an irman (not suprising) or as least.

    i opened it up, and it has a ZiLOG SL1925 controller, on my 466mhz celeron w/ XP pro, it has 0% cpu usage when not pushing buttons, if you use the mouse buttons, it goes to 1%. so far, i would definately say it was worth the money IMHO.

    if anyone wants specs, pics, whatever, just email me at [email protected]

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    got one sitting in a box behind me

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    I'll even let you in on a little secret on these remotes, they work on Creative's Nomad Jukebox 3.

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    Hey I very much like the look of this remote - especially as it is so cheap!
    Does anyone know if it will/can be made to work with MPXF?

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    Originally posted by crayston
    Hey I very much like the look of this remote - especially as it is so cheap!
    Does anyone know if it will/can be made to work with MPXF?
    With Girder, anything can work...
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    Originally posted by Defiler
    With Girder, anything can work...
    you and girder...

    MPXF is a new software for MP3 users to use to control their MP3 machine in their automobile or home stereo system. It is a frontend for the popular DOS player MPXPlay.

    but nice try

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