"Takes time to program and work out bugs, keys are mushy"
31 January 2005
Pros: This product does what the review says, it integrates all of your products fairly seamlessly. All HT devices were turned on that were needed and set to the proper input. Good All in one design.
Cons: The buttons are mushy and slightly on the insensitive side. My wife nor I could tolerate the center directional switch, it seemed unresponsive. I had slight glitch with controlling my Digital cable box which was connected through TiVo. I could not get
Pros: It can handle everything, and you can modify any little thing, right down to the millisecond response time some thing require to think right. It handles my TV, DVD Player, Home Theater, two VCRs, Cable box with DVR, a portable DVD player and my MiniDV ca
Cons: The buttons. And the batteries die too rapidly (get rechargeable.) And it takes somethinking. And maybe it's just me, but I feel you really need to point it at the devices too much, compared to the remotes they originally came with.
Pros: This is the only "universal" remote that I have found will handle my home theater set-up, with all the commands I need (such as the ability to change TV aspect ratio). The macros are easy to set up, making it easy to configure the various audio and video
Cons: Like everyone else says, the buttons are not ideal, but I don't have big hands so that doesn't bother me. The real problem is that one needs to spend quite a bit of time initially tweaking the configuration settings, especially the time-delay settings (d
"The best universal I've owned. Everything in my home entertainment system works pretty well with it"
19 October 2004
Pros: Once you figure out how to use the web interface, and learn to be patient with it's slowness, it's not that hard to configure. I would say 99% of the functions that I normally use on my equipment are covered by this remote. My wife can now operate all o
Cons: I have found battery life to be poor. I find I have to replace the 4 AAA batteries every 6-8 weeks.