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Logitech Harmony 600


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  • You'll see the commands you need for the devices you're using. The smart display can even provide help if you need it
  • It's easy to say good-bye to that jumble of remotes on the coffee table
  • If you have any questions, Harmony customer support is ready to help
  • Your remote won't become obsolete when manufacturers release new products or when you buy a new TV or add a Blu-ray player to your setup
  • No more complicated lists of what to turn on or which button to select. Once you're set up, you just select what you want to do-such as "Watch a DVD"-and your Harmony does the rest

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.7 x 47 x 24.2 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 322 g
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  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 915-000113
  • ASIN: B003B70C0C
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 6 Mar. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)

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Product Description

The Logitech Harmony 600 is a universal, programmable remote control which can control up to 5 devices such as TVs, DVD/Blu-ray players and set-top boxes, has one-touch activity buttons such as 'Watch DVD', an integrated screen for easy navigation, illuminated buttons and a smart, ergonomic design.

Manufacturer's Description

Hello simplicity!

Your TV. Your DVD player. Your surround sound speakers. They've made your living room more entertaining, but not simple.

Now, with your Logitech Harmony 600 Remote, everyone in your family can easily work out how to watch, hear and control what they want. Just press "Watch a DVD". Everything turns on in the right order, the DVD starts and you're watching your favourite film.

Logitech Harmony 600 Remote is the universal remote that's simple to set up and use. Its backlit screen shows the commands you need for the devices you're using, and can even provide help if you need it. Its one-click activity buttons automatically turn on the right devices and select the right settings, depending on what you want to do. It replaces five other remotes and supports 5000+ brands and 225,000+ devices, so you can be confident it will work with what you own today and the things you'll add in the future.

No cheat sheets. No confusion. Just your entertainment system and one simple Logitech Harmony remote.


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4.2 out of 5 stars

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 18 Dec. 2010
Format: Accessory
Firstly, full marks to Amazon for another speedy delivery, despite chaotic conditions due to snow and ice.

I'm writing this review the same day the item arrived. The reason I bought this Harmony Remote was that I wanted to control a new Humax Foxsat HDR, 4 year old Philips 20PF5121 LCD TV, fairly old Toshiba SD 220 DVD player and very old JVC UX-D88 Micro music system. I've got DVI input into the TV from the Foxsat, SCART to the TV from the DVD player and wanted to put all sound through the JVC (where I needed to use phono cables from Foxsat and DVD player) to improve on the terrible sound from the TV's speakers. It's quite possible to control all the devices separately using the Foxsat remote but the juggling of inputs, volume and other controls is a nightmare.

Enter the Harmony 600. All that was necessary was to download the Harmony software to my PC and plug the remote into the USB port. The software took me through choosing my hardware, ALL of which were in Logitech's database. After asking me a couple of questions about the functions I wanted to use and connectivity of the various components, the software programmed the remote and all that was left was to test it. First go, absolutely nothing happened(!) but the on-screen prompts on the remote itself fixed this straight away and from then on it's run faultlessly. It's easy to make changes via the software (for instance, as set up, the mute button tried to mute the music system - as the JVC doesn't have a mute command, this wasn't a lot of use - I programmed the button to mute the Foxsat under the Watch TV setting and all was well).

There are other things I want to tweak but I don't expect too much difficulty......
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jezz on 7 July 2011
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We have the current 600 and 515 which compare favourably with our superceded 655, 555, 525. If you prefer hard buttons to a touch screen the choice could really be between 600, and 650/700 with a colour screen. The 600 and 650 can carry 5 devices using myHarmony.com. 700 is the same as 650 except for 7 devices and two AA 2000mah batteries supplied, which are rechargeable by USB or the mains plug charger which is also supplied. The coloured screen helps to distinguish between the Activities screen with a pink background, and the Devices screen with a blue background, and multicoloured Favourite Channel logos.

The buttons are larger and better separated than 5 series, and the important lcd display is perhaps clearest on 650 then 600, which has white letters on a grey background, but 515 with a green screen and black letters is almost as good. You can define as many 'activities' as you like and hybrid devices would be feasible as a workaround for the device limit. As explained elsewhere, it is the activities which are used to control your equipment, while the devices are definitions of the components used by the Activities. Any occasional commands can be defined as 'additional' ones for soft buttons in a page for the lcd.

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The remote is well made and nice to handle. Buttons are very well laid out and Logitech's database is exceptional, with plenty of discrete commands which must do a lot to make the Activity based system work so well, at least once you have discovered how to set everything up!

The quick start manual describes use of the My Harmony Website, which is the only method now available, although old v7.7.0 accounts can still be used. MyHarmony.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. J. MARKS on 14 Nov. 2010
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I was uncertain which of the many Harmony remotes would be best. I looked at the top of the range £300 ones and very nearly bought one. I'm so glad I didn't, this little device took 10 minutes to set up. In that 10 minutes, I told it what TV, Satellite Box, AV Amp I had and had the programmed the one click buttons (Watch TV, Listen to Music, Watch a Film etc).

I then went straight through to the lounge and it worked first time and even changed the input on the TV to the correct HDMI one for each device. Another neat feature is turn everything off which is a godsend at the end of the evening. The little screen works really well as you can rename your devices and the menus are very intuitive.

One other point of note is that the handheld works really well with SKY HD. I had an old "One4All" remote and I found it really tricky to operate sky but by setting up your TV and SKY box you actually can control both with very little effort.

As you can tell, I'm very happy with this device and I can't see what difference a colour screen would make or being able to control more than 5 devices!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. N. Morgan VINE VOICE on 2 May 2012
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Having already owned the Harmony 555, the 600 was something of a known quantity.

Besides having a different appearance and being limited to 5 devices (up to 15 for the 555) the configuring and operation of both models is pretty much identical.

If this will be your first Harmony remote, then take it from a 56 year-old that setting one of these up can be a daunting task and at times VERY frustrating! But PLEASE stick with it... the results are worth the effort!

I'll be honest, you're not going to configure ANY Harmony remote in minutes to do what it's capable of doing - it WILL take some hours until you get it to do just what you want it to.

You will need...

(Essential!) A fast internet connection i.e. cable, broadband or ISDN. Dial-up just won't do at all as the setup & configuration is all done online.

(Preferably) a laptop PC or failing that a desktop PC with line of sight of the equipment the Harmony will operate. This saves a lot of to-ing & fro-ing from room to room!

(Essential) Lots of patience & time!

(Essential) To take it steady and pay particular attention to the various buttons at the bottom right corner of each screen ( e.g. Done, Next, Save, Cancel etc.) as they vary.

(Essential) not to panic or despair if you don't get it right first time or if you accidentally muck something up - the answer will be found eventually! For instance suddenly my Freeview digital TV box stopped turning on and eventually I'd discovered that sometime whilst using the Learn Key facility I'd accidentally overwritten the power on/off command with the wrong function. Duh! So I simply got the Harmony to re-learn the command from the original remote - problem solved!
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