Originally Posted by MikeSRC
Yes. Just like their other remotes, the MX-810 can control a number of devices in different locations via RF. The intent is to have a single MX-810 for a TV or system location, but it doesn't matter where the components are physically. You could have an MX-810 labeled "Family Room", but all the components don't have to be there if you use RF.
Excuse my thickness on this, but I was, and still am, confused by the reference to single room in the press release.
I have a receiver that supports up to three zones (Yamaha RX-V1500). I'm not using that feature right now, but I keep thinking about putting a couple of speakers out on the deck as a second zone.
Would I be able to use the 810 in that configuration or is that considered multiple 'rooms'?
Perhaps it would help if someone could provide a simple example of the type of scenario in which something like the MX-900 would work, but the MX-810 would not.