- Product Dimensions: 27.5 x 20 x 18 cm ; 154 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 322 g
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- Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: 915-000161
- ASIN: B005FQNDTO
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 5 Oct. 2011
- Average Customer Review: 127 customer reviews
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Logitech Harmony 650 Universal Remote - Discontinued Version
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- The colour screen shows what you need. You can see icons for your favourite channels as well as the commands you need for the devices you're using. The smart display can even provide help if you need it.
- One click activity buttons automatically turn on the right devices and select the appropriate input settings
- Logitech Harmony 650 Remote replaces 5 other remotes, eliminating the complications and clutter that go with them.
- We support 5000+ brands and our database of devices grows every day, so you can be sure your remote will work with what you own today and tomorrow. Your remote won't become obsolete when you buy a new TV or Blu-ray player.
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A universal remote with a colour screen and one-click activity buttons that bring you showtime in no time.Colour screenYou'll see just what you need, like icons for your favourite channels as well as the commands you need for the devices you're using. The smart display can even provide help if you need it.One-click activity buttonsNo 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.Replaces 5 remotes:It's easy to say good-bye to that jumble of remotes on the coffee table.Guided online setup:You connect your remote to your computer and tell us what equipment you have. Then sit back and let our online software walk you through the setup process.Supports 5000+ brandsWhether you have an aging VCR or a brand new Blu-ray player, you can be confident your Harmony remote will control the devices you have today and the ones you add tomorrow.Live supportIf you have any questions, Harmony customer support is ready to help.Constantly updated device databaseYour 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.Intuitive designButtons are grouped by how you use them, shaped so you can feel your way around, and backlit-so you always know where you are.System Requirements:
Logitech Harmony 650 Remote is the remote that’s simple to set up and use. Its colour screen shows the commands you need for the devices you’re using, and can even provide help if you need it.See all Product description
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A minor downside is the fixed titled activity buttons. Even though you can change the actually command of the activities, it slightly annoyed me that you had no way of changing the title or icon on the actual remote to reflect what you had set up. I found 'Listen to Music", "Watch TV", "Watch a Movie" and "More Activities" was rather rigid and slightly dated for today modern user.
Overall, if you are in the market for a solid universal remote with plenty of program-ability which doesn't cost a small fortune, the Harmony 650 is a great choice!
However, it got old and I thought of replacing it with a newer model. I do not like the ones with touch screen (I don't want to have to look at the remote while using it) so this was pretty much my only choice.
Anyway, got the remote, configured everything and first thing I could say was: wow, much faster than the old one. The delays were gone.
But then, after using it a little I started to notice the horrible things: the transmitting power is way lower than on the old one. It kept missing commands if the remote was not pointed straight to the receiver and at close range as well (I think if it's more than 3-4 meters it has a high chance of not registering the command). With the old one, I could point in any direction, from any corner or the room and it was still working. Now, don't imagine I am pointing towards the other way and I am expecting it to work. But I have receivers on two adjacent walls and I have to be very careful when sending a composite command involving both.
Another very annoying issue: if you bump it a little (like if it falls 40 cm from the couch to the floor or you bump it a little harder) you have a big chance of it resetting itself. This means it will be in the off position and you will have to press button for the activity you are on and hide the transmitter while it is starting it just so you can use the remote again.
Then there is the issue of setting delays. My TV is a brand new LG TV that runs on WebOS and it takes about 10-15 seconds to fully boot up. Ideally any activity involving my TV (which is pretty much everything) needs to give my TV time to boot up (modern TV's are more like giant tablet computers these days. They have an OS, memory and a CPU and need the same amount of time as an average tablet computer to boot up.) However while the MyHarmony software allows you to add a delay, it bizarrely only allows you to add a delay after all of the initial default actions have been completed. It holds out the promise in the software interface that you can reorder the sequence of events, but in reality you cannot. If you try to drag the delay you have created to the place in the sequence where it is most needed, you will simply be greeted with a 'restricted' action icon and will not be allowed to do so.
I gave the remote two stars because its a good idea and could so easily be a much better remote if these glitches were fixed. In a few months I will get a media centre PC to take over the job of about 4 or 5 different devices, but I can't imagine the havoc this thing will cause if it decides to constantly turn my media centre PC on and off. I don't know where all these rave reviews are coming from. I can only suspect that Logitech are paying members of staff to write positive reviews.
Edit, you can overcome the stupid tendency for this remote to switch devices on and off randomly, by using an old unused remote and using the on/off IR code from this. this will mean leaving most of your devices on all the time, except your TV. Not very green, but I am OK with this. Once you do this you can switch your TV on and off at will and switch between inputs at will. You can actually set a dellay before switching inputs, by selecting the device, selecting 'change device settings', device delay settings' etc. So with a bit of messing about, you can probably get the device to work the way you would like, providing you don't care about having most of your devices switched on most of the time. :)
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