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The perfect solution to operate the Media Center functions of your PC. Just connect the USB dongle to the PC and you can remotely control the TV, DVD and hard disk recording functions of your PC.
Control all media content with a few simple clicks
-Navigate your music files using your TV/monitor
-Direct access key to control Microsoft Media Center PC
-Compatible with WMP10-11, iTunes 6-7, Media Center Edition
Single control solution for most devices and brands
-4-in-1 remote to control your PC, TV, STB and AMP
-Extensive infrared code database for most devices & brands
-Convenient IR learning from another remote
12 NC code: 908210005056
Battery life: 1 year(s)
Buttons quantity: 45
Carrier frequency range: 28 - 70 kHz
Certification: CE Mark
EAN/UPC/GTIN: 87 10895 90767 5
EAN/UPC/GTIN (outer carton): 87 10895 90768 2
Height outer carton: 18 cm
Learning IR codes: Y
Learning frequency range: 30 - 60 kHz
Length outer carton: 34.6 cm
Maximum range: 7 m
Number of batteries supported: 2
Package height: 38 mm
Package length: 33.8 cm
Package weight: 0.36 kg
Package width: 162 mm
Quantity outer carton: 6 pc(s)
Transmission angle: 90°
Transmitting LEDs: 1
Universal IR database: TV, DVD, SAT, CABLE, RECEIVER, AMP, PVR, DVB-T, PC
Width outer carton: 12 cm
Top Customer Reviews
The remote setup process couldn't have been more straight forward, it scans through all available codes until it powers off your particular aplliance, you press the power button and hey presto, it's stored.
All in all an excellent bit of kit, now I can control everything without having to search for a remote.
Works a treat with my AMP (Denon) and TV (Sharp) and Media Centre. The other remotes are now neatly hiding in the drawers somewhere.
It also looks the business, i.e. not cheap.