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Logitech Harmony Smart Control for iPhone/Android Mobile Phone

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  • Simple remote control
  • Powerful app
  • Closed cabinet and game console control

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  • Product Dimensions: 22 x 2 x 6 cm ; 249 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 721 g
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  • Batteries Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 915-000196
  • ASIN: B00C80JGGO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 April 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

Harmony Smart Control
Harmony Smart Control works with more than 225,000 home entertainment devices

Harmony Smart Control

A Smartphone that is a Remote. Plus, a Remote that's Smart.

Logitech Harmony Smart Control with RF turns your smartphone into a powerful universal remote, which allows you to control games consoles (PS3, Wii and Xbox) and a range of entertainment devices easily and remotely. And when your smartphone isn't to hand, use the simple, universal remote control that is loaded with intelligence instead.

Turn Your Smartphone in to a Remote Control

Everyone in your household can download the Harmony App to transform their smartphone into a personal universal remote, displaying their favourite channel icons with one-touch control. This means you can change the channel, adjust the volume, fast-forward or rewind all with the swipe or tap of your finger across the smartphone screen.

Turn your smartphone into a remote control
Turn your smartphone into a remote control using the Harmony App

Wi-Fi access is required to use the Harmony App, which supports 802.11 b/g/n wireless home network, WPA Personal, WPA2-AES and 64/128-bit WEP encryption.

No Closed Cabinet Can Stand in the Way

Harmony Smart Control can see through closed cabinets, meaning you can take control of your TV or device without pointing directly at it, or even from a different room.

The power is in your hands with Harmony Smart Control, as the Harmony Hub turns RF signals from the remote into IR and Bluetooth commands your devices can understand. You can control all your devices, and access your favorite Video On Demand services on your PS3, Wii or Xbox 360.

Harmony Smart Control can control up to 8 devices and is compatible with more than 225,000 home entertainment devices from more than 5,000 brands.

Have an Extra Remote to Hand

The simple remote control gives you a handheld universal remote when your smartphone is not available or for anyone else in the house to access your home entertainment system.

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At a Glance
  • Control up to 8 devices with your smartphone or remote
  • Display up to 50 favourite channel icons using the Harmony App
  • Customised in-app gesture control
  • Universal remote for when smartphone is not available
  • Easy set-up with your smartphone
Set-up
Mobile set-up:
iOS
  • iOS 5.0 or later
  • iPhone 4S, iPad 3, iPad Mini or later
Android
  • Android 2.3 or later
  • Bluetooth 3.0 and Wi-Fi
Online set-up :
Mac
  • Mac OS X 10.4.8 or later
  • USB port
Windows PC
  • Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8
  • USB port

Box Contains

1 x Harmony Hub
Remote control (with battery)
IR mini blaster
USB cable
AC adapter
User documentation
2-year manufacturer's guarantee and full product support

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By RobinJ on 26 Aug 2013
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This is (very nearly) a brilliant solution to the multiple remote control problem. There are essentially 3 components to the system:

1) your personal device profile, which you set up on the Harmony Web site, using its exhaustive (as far as I can tell) database
2) the smartphone application, which allows you to control your system either via activities (flaky) or by individual devices (rock solid). This is done by the smartphone talking to the Harmony hub over WiFi.
3) a "conventional" remote control that talks to the hub via Bluetooth.

So long as you use the smartphone app to control individual devices everything works superbly. My experience of using the activities (i.e. sequences of commands to correspond to, say, watch a DVD) is much less satisfactory. You don't seem to be able to rely on the sequence of operations being performed correctly every time. Worse, the function of keys on the Bluetooth remote depends on having selected the appropriate activity, not a particular device. Since the activity process may not work properly, you then have to set up devices by hand, after which you can use the remote. Some of the time. Why? Well, the easiest problem to describe relates to the fact that almost all modern devices have an on-off toggle rather than an on-switch and an off-switch. So hitting the "Power" button has different effects depending on the device's state at the time. Now, there's a potentially useful "Off" button on the Remote, which should switch off everything. So you want to turn off the TV. You hit "Off". Obediently, the Remote turns off the TV and the Cable Box. Unfortunately the BluRay player was already off, so it gets turned on. The TV notices this, so helpfully turns itself on, because, it reasons, you'll need it to watch a DVD.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By S. P. Long TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 20 July 2013
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Logitech make a range of universal programmable remote controls; the Smart Control is an interesting combination of a smartphone app and a small remote with buttons (for people who don't like touchscreens?) The smartphone app runs on iPhone or Android - note that there is no dedicated iPad version.

The box includes the remote hub - a small box about the size of a CD, which is the core of the system - along with UK and European mains plugs for it, a USB cable, a wired IR repeater (in case you want to hide the hub) and the handset. It's all nicely packaged and presented - Logitech have clearly taken lessons from Apple in this respect - and the design of the hub and handset is very attractive. They are both curvy and organic, and blend in nicely with your AV system. The hub acts as a remote transmitter, sending IR signals to your equipment - it also includes Bluetooth to control a PlayStation 3. The handset communicates with the hub via radio, so you don't need to point it at the hub for it to work. In fact, if your equipment lives in a cabinet with a door, you can just put the hub inside, close the door, and control everything with no need for line-of-sight to the equipment.

There's barely any documentation provided - the idea is that you use the smartphone app (which is a free download) to set everything up. You are prompted to connect the hub to the mains, and the app then walks you through connection to the network and setting up control of your devices. Using my iPhone 5, the first few steps went fine for me; it tests each piece of kit as you tell it what you have, and it found my Sony TV and controlled it with no problem.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By M. Henderson on 10 Oct 2014
This is my 4th Harmony remote in about 10 years, they are excellent products, and while this Smart Remote is a little different, the concept is the same. You sign up for a free internet account, download the setup app and then tell the system what each of your devices are and build up activities which can use multiple devices, and therefore eliminate the need to pick up 3 remotes to watch a movie.

This allows you to have say 'watch TV', with a Sky box, where the sky box buttons are all there, and the ones you need for the TV (e.g volume) are mapped to the TV instead of the sky box. - you should then be able to banish the 6 remotes you use normally to the drawer.

You can also set up more complex 'macros' where you get the remote to send several key presses in a row, this would allow more complex setup - for example, power on TV, DVD and Cinema Amp. Select the right input on the TV, and the Amp, play the DVD.

I was initially skeptical reading these reviews, but you must bear the following in mind:

- When setting it up use the PC app, from www.harmonyremote.com , the smartphone set up is not as comprehensive, and you can 'sync' the phone app to the completed setup system later easily.

- Harmony do make set up very easy, but they cant test every combination of device, so you will have to work on your settings sometimes - this includes removing buttons you dont want and moving/adding the ones you do

- you may also need to tweak power settings to stop it turning off your sat box for example as it takes a while to start up.
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