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post #1 of 2 Old 09-19-2012, 05:38 AM - Thread Starter
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Just wanted to see if someone could help me out here....I have an older URC (MX-350 Osiris) and currently have the older base station / antenna set (MRF 300 / RFX 150). I want to upgrade due to it not working all that well anymore but keep my current remote. Will the newer basestation (MRF 350 / RFX 250) work with my remote?

The URC website only mentions that the MRF 350 / RFX 250 is only compatible with MSC System Remotes which it states as MX-3000, MX-950, MX-900 and the TX-1000 remote controls. It does not say anything about the MX-350?

Does anyone know if my remote is consider an MSC Remote and compatible with the newer basestation?

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Originally Posted by M1chael View Post

Just wanted to see if someone could help me out here....

Several years ago URC changed most of their products over to “Narrow Band FM”. I have the older MX-850 and MRF-250 base station. For the MX-850, URC tells you how to check your version by using the serial number. If you have the old version of the MX-350 then the best hope would be to find a used MRF 300 & RFX 150 or MRF-250. If yours is the new version then the new base stations should work.
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