Reviews and Problems with Logitech Harmony Adapter
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adapter failed just after warranty
John G., Newegg
2 March 2013
Summary: It must have a doomsday chip installed that counts days and when it reaches 400 days it fails. Will not do it again at this price. Stay away from Logitech.
Cons: Paired when new but one month after warranty it failed to pair and Logitech said to buy another one. Their 650 and 700 remotes also fail. I bought four of them and have to call tech support every three months because they do not hold their program.
Summary: The green light is always there, regardless of it being used or not. I have a PS3 remote, and had no real issue with having the Harmony control everything BUT my PS3. The reason I bought this was so all of my controls could be unified...and this did the job perfectly.
Pros: Attractive design Relatively small
Cons: Price Quality of materials used for construction
Summary: Set this up on the logitech software even before it arrived. Plugged it in, paired it with the PlayStation and it immediately worked. Great piece of kit that makes my PlayStation as easy to control as any other piece of my AV kit. Highly recommended!
Summary: Sadly, since I caved and bought this at $50 (full price), I only wish I would have bought it sooner. I have had all kinds of trouble with my old adapter.
Pros: Paired with the PS3 very quick and easy, was able to replace the Nyko adapter in my Harmony settings with this adapter without any problems, and all was right in the universe. Like another guy said, I should have bought it sooner...
Cons: ... but I didn't because of the price. When the regular/NAME BRAND Sony remote only cost $20, and you're already forking up the dough for a Harmony brand remote, $50 is a pretty steep penalty to get your already $200ish remote to work with one of your devices. I'm not saying it should be free or ...