A Little Overpriced For Features And Compatibility. Well Made.
Miyomoto Masaki "MM", Amazon
17 February 2010
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) Long story short, I've had this remote for about 6 months now and it sits on my desk not being used. I tried it first with my main A/V setup featuring a Yamaha Receiver, U-Verse TV, Sony DVD, and Samsung TV. Programming the remote with your devices is fairly simple and is done completely on the remote. You do not hook it up to your computer to program it.
Michael Fruergaard Pontoppidan "Microsoft Bus..., Amazon
11 January 2010
Summary: I've had a Harmony remote for years. It was my best gadget investment last decade, and my wife loved it. But we've worn it down, and needed a replacement. I wanted one with a touchscreen. The Harmony One would be an obvious choice - but IMO it is too ugly to deserve a place in my living room. After having read a lot of reviews, I decided to try my luck with the Prestigo 9320. It had a lot to deliver - and it did.
The iPhone of Remote Controls (Sort Of)! Limited Automatic Device Support.
P. Colin McGraw "AV, Computer & EnviroTech Nut", Amazon
19 November 2009
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) This remote seems to be taking design cues from Apple in that Phillips has a noticeable focus on ease-of-use and simplifying the hardware interface. They smartly eliminate a huge chunk of the buttons you have on a typical universal remote, making the most commonly used functions easy to find, then use their touch screen to provide the extra buttons you need for the task at hand.
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) On first glance, the Philips SRT9320 Prestigo 20 Device Universal Remote is a sleek looking, highly stylish remote. It has an elegant 2.8-inch color touchscreen where most of the "controlling" happens. Unfortunately, the touchscreen is also its biggest weakness as there are not many physical buttons on the remote and the touchscreen control requires you to go through too many menus to get to something making...
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) I really wanted to like this product. I was excited when I got it, but my experience has been a let down. I have used other high-end remotes like the Logitech Harmony 900 with very positive experience. Maybe that spoiled me. I find the Prestigo difficult to set up and difficult to use. There are quite a few functions that I can't operate on my TV (with or without macros).
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) Most people, including myself, prefer an all-in-one remote that AT MINIMUM has actual, tactile keys for inputting channel numbers, controlling volume, and controlling your DVR (Fast Forward, Rewind, Pause, etc). The only tactile buttons on this remote out of the three listed above is for volume (oh, and channel up/down).
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) In our home we use Logitech's Harmony 550, which is one of their entry level remotes. I love the functionality of the Harmony 550, but dislike the tiny keys and small screen. This is why I was excited about trying out the Philips Prestigo SRT9320. From the pictures, it appeared to have a beautiful color touchscreen and large physical keys.
Prestigio - Don't confuse it with the renowned Pronto
Chris Zee Shutterbug, Amazon
6 November 2009
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) Prestigio - Don't confuse it with the renowned Pronto I'll start with the positives, since that will go by quickly. The style is vaguely reminiscent of the Iphone. Glossy black front with a chrome rim. I kind of like the size of the buttons. The device did have some of the codes for all of my AV components. For me the screen is responsive enough.
A great remote, except for the software incompatibility.
Tarun Chachra "Tarun Chachra", Amazon
4 November 2009
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) I am not fond of Harmony remotes and thus I thought the Philips Prestigo would bring me the level of usability I need and the ease required by my family. It looked like an intriguing product that would be able to control multiple devices with ease. It did exactly that, but with a few problems that made it lose 2 stars in this review. Lets begin shall we?
Not ready for primetime, beautiful but buggy universal remote
27 October 2009
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) As my title says, the Philips SRT9320 Prestigo 20 Device Universal Remote is beautiful but buggy or should I say it's beautifully buggy? I don't even know where to begin with this remote. I was anxiously awaiting for this remote to arrive, only to be let down by the instability of it and its inability to work correctly 50% of the time.