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Logitech Harmony 300 Universal Remote Control (Black)


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  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 25 x 5 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 281 g
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  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 915-000134
  • ASIN: B003BJTPBW
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 24 Sep 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)

Product Description

Simple to set up. Easy enough for anyone to use. Better control of what's attached to your TV.

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Nicodemus on 28 Jun 2011
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I've given this 4 stars because (I think) it is better than the other remotes out there for my needs. If the competition was better, maybe I would only give this 3 stars. There is defintely room for improvement. But it does the job pretty well, so maybe I am too fussy!

I recently replaced my TV, DVD player, and surround-sound Amp with new ones that are all HD/HDMI compliant (Panasonic TV & DVD, ONKYO amp). I also have a Humax FreeView PVR. (This is basically a TV receiver and hard-drive recorder in one box - extremely user-friendly by the way). They are connected up with the DVD player & Humax going into the Amp. The amp then sends the sound to the speakers and the picture to the TV. I also have a Brennan JB7 on order which will also feed into the amp. (The Brennan is basically an MP3 jukebox).

NB. This means I will have FIVE devices all controlled by the Harmony 300.

The main problem I have is that with HDMI it seems I can only control the volume with the amp. So when I am watching TV (i.e.the Humax) or a DVD, I need to use their remotes for most functions (pause etc) but grab the Amp remote to adjust volume. Also I need to use the Amp remote to switch inputs from Humax to DVD & vice versa.
Finally, despite playing with all the auto settings on TV & Humax, I still sometimes have to adjust the TV aspect ratio for some TV programs coming through the Humax. So I am juggling lots of remotes.

I spent some time checking reviews for various universal remotes, and thinking about what I really needed before picking this one.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By farlet on 21 May 2011
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This is a vey good "universal" remote and for the £14.99 I paid it's an absolute steal. It has all the buttons you will need (more than many more expensive units) and the Logitech software/webapp to set it up is pretty straigtforward too. I had absolutely no problems making this do exactly what I wanted. It has a learning function and so it's quite easy to do any device - e.g. it couldn't find the latest VirginMedia TiVo box in its database, but as the old V+ remote is almost the same, I used that and just got it to "learn" the 3 or 4 extra TiVo buttons - brilliant.

Things to be aware of:
There is no fancy display or anything, but that's good - the batteries last much longer.
The bottom of the unit is curved, which is nice when handling it but if it's on a flat/hard surface (coffee-table) and you push buttons it just rolls about.
There is only one one multi-function button "Watch TV" but I don't use that sort of feature much anyway.
It ony does 4x different devices but that was OK for me and also bear in mind that with the number of buttons it has, you can get it to learn some codes from an additional remote and so one device setup can actually be used to control other devices as well - e.g. when I'm operating my TV I can also control the main functions of my Surround Sound System.
Most important - don't bother with the Harmony 300i unless you really must have a glossy black case that shows all your greasy fingerprints - the 300 and the 300i are identical (except for that glossy finish) but the 300 is anywhere from £5 to £15 cheaper.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By John A. Stedman TOP 500 REVIEWER on 9 Dec 2011
I have a similar setup to that another reviewer described - TV, Freesat box with hard-drive PVR recorder, DVD/BluRay player, all connected by HDMI through an AV box. Starting this lot up meant juggling with 4 remote controls to even get the system switched on. In theory you could get one of the remotes to control a couple of the boxes, but in practice this didn't work so I found myself looking for alternatives.

I didn't have all remote control codes for each box (there are countless variations) so I looked for a remote that was actually programable by button. This box is just that, and is the lowest price of the Logitech range. It is probably as simple as you can get, and doesn't have a flashy display, but I found it very easy to program and use (and, most importantly, so did my wife find it easy to use after a very short while). Programming is carried out by connecting the remote by a USB cable (supplied) to your computer (essential to have internet connection, but low speed is fine). You then go online and identify each of your boxes - this is really easy and the only time that your other remotes are required for "teaching" is when the remote detects there are more than one variation of the boxes that you have. You then assign a function to each button by box, by simply clicking, dragging and dropping. This is actually easier to do than to describe, as providing you have made a note of the model number of each box (found on the product labels) the whole process is made easy and intuitive and IT WORKS - so it should take you less than 15 minutes to get up and running.

Mention was made in another review of controlling the sound level.
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