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7dayshop Universal 6 in 1 Remote Control with Learning Function - TV, DVD, VCR, SAT, DTT/TNT, CD/LD/HIFI/SKY/ SUMVISION MEDIA PLAYERS

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  • ASIN: B0043VTRAQ
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 Sept. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By H. Good on 1 Dec. 2010
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This remote is very good value. It has six device buttons which when pressed light up to show the device selected for control. From then on when the control buttons (channel, volume, play, etc) are pressed the selected device button also lights up so that you always know which device you are controlling. Because there is a button per device they should last a long time and the quality is as good as any other remote with rubber buttons.
As far as setting up is concerned, I found the codes to work with some of my devices but not all. This isn't a problem because any of the buttons can be programmed using the learn function even after having used the codes. This requires you to point the old remote at the front of this one so that it can learn the signal directly for each button. It is time consuming but if you persevere you end up with a remote able to control both old and new devices in a way that suits you.
My only complaint was with amazon themselves for not providing an image that can be zoomed in. This meant that I could not see which symbols and text were written on the remote before purchasing.
All in all it is of good quality and does the job. I am thinking of buying another one and would recommend it to anyone considering this type of device.

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The above review was written back in 2010 and now over 2 years later (July 2013) I thought I would share my experience with this remote.
The learning function requires precise alignment of the two remotes (not just side to side but also vertically and longitudinally). I found that some functions would not learn the first time round and took 4 or 5 attempts but all worked in the end.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tim on 25 Jun. 2012
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I bought this to use with an old Panasonic micro hifi system whose original remote control has become unreliable. I was attracted to this universal remote by its low price and the 'learning' function. Given the age of my hifi, I wasn't surprised to find that the preset Panasonic audio codes didn't work.

I have managed to teach it most of the buttons from my original remote, although the process wasn't entirely painless (sometimes for no obvious reason the remote would blink furiously and not remember the button I was trying to teach it, then next time it would work perfectly).

A significant shortcoming is that the memory only seems to have capacity to learn about 35 buttons, despite the remote having 40 or so available buttons (a few special buttons like 'Exit' can't be programmed). This rather limited learning capacity seems to be shared across all devices (TV, DVD, etc.) so could be problem if you were hoping to teach it to operate several different devices.

And this brings me on to my bigger criticism. Out of curiosity, I tried to associate the remote with my modern LG television and Philips blu-ray player. I tried every code listed under each manufacturer, and none of them worked! This doesn't bother me, because I just want it for my hifi, but it does make it a rather poor "universal" remote control.

The best thing in its favour is that the memory seems to be non-volatile; i.e. it will be retained even after the batteries go flat.

APPENDIX - I've just seen that some reviewers couldn't get the learning function to work at all because of the poor wording in the manual. In case it helps, the process is as follows.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By /df on 10 Mar. 2012
In summary, this product improves on the sort of pre-programmed universal remotes that you can pick up at a market stall for less than £5, but don't expect a bargain solution to tricky universal remote problems.

You could have more success than me if your configuration
- excludes Freeview set-top boxes, and
- doesn't have both DVD and VCR.

You might also do better if the devices are well-known brands which might be more likely to have adequate definitions pre-programmed in the product, but I couldn't verify that. At least you can use the learning, all off and macro (not tested) functions to improve the pre-programmed definitions.

As for the details, let's start with the positives.

The product seems solid. The buttons are fairly well organised, although MUTE would be better near the volume key and GUIDE and INFO, at opposite corners of the cursor joypad, ought to be vertically or horizontally aligned instead. It has more buttons than typical cheap universal remotes and unlike many such the colour buttons are separate from other functions such as transport (play/pause etc) -- essential for controlling a device like a Freeview PVR. It only needs 2 AAA batteries.

The learning function, when it does work, sometimes succeeds better than some other cheap univeral remotes (for instance, it learnt commands for a Nikkai media player better than an otherwise capable Silvercrest remote).

However, I tried the product with three separate configurations and succeeded with none of them.

The first problem is the assignment of devices. The device keys are TV, CD, SAT, CBL, AUDIO and DVD/VCR (who are these media gluttons with both satellite *and* cable?).
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