Summary: I have remotes I like better, but the learning functions make it impossible to not gain control of any infrared device, even weird stuff like lighting controls and such. All you gotta do is slap the remotes nose to nose and teach the Sony the functions. Its almost creepy, in a way.
Summary: The volume control on my Samsung remote for my LCD TV stopped working after 2 years of use, so I started debating to get either a new Samsung remote, which was not quite responsive since day one, or the Sony RM-VL600. Based on the positive reviews, I decided to give Sony a try.
Summary: It's probably ok for a standard device, but...
I specifically bought this because I have a TV (Niko) which doesn't have any published codes and have not found any 'univeral remote' that will work with it.
Summary: I bought a 9 year old Yamaha receiver to use with a home theater system. I got a great price on ebay, but it did not come with a remote. The Yamaha remote for this receiver can be purchased, but it costs $77, plus S&H.
Summary: I got this remote to replace my t.v.'s usual remote that I broke. I wante to get the best product for as little as possible. That was exactly what this was. I had a little trouble with the programing, but I figures it out with relative ease. I recomend it!
Excerpt: Over the past year we have been fortunate enough to acquire a new LCD TV, HD satellite box, and home theater system - but all are of different brands. Each device came with its own "universal" style remote, but after entering code after code after code to try and sync everything into one neat little...
Pros: True learning remote. Simplifies device usage. Good design.