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3.9 out of 10

Sony RM-AV3000T

Large touch-key LCD screen Clock and Timer function Progra Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Sony RM-AV3000T

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Overall 8

This little device can control many things

johnjfranco, epinions.com
1 February 2007
  • Summary: Great gift for the tech savvy lover in your life. Great conversation piece.
  • Pros: Works for any equipment that uses a wireless remote.
  • Cons: It is a little big and the manual sucks. Battery life is not long.
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Overall 10


jllofton76, epinions.com
14 February 2006
  • Summary: If you like gadgets and have lots of them, this is for you!
  • Pros: Compatible with just everything so far.
  • Cons: Trying to show relatives how to use it when they are babysitting the kids. ;-)
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Overall 2


rgearity, epinions.com
21 October 2005
  • Excerpt: Things started out great with this remote, however, there are two MAJOR drawbacks: the first - and f
  • Pros: Looks good, can program any other remotes, great lighted screen.
  • Cons: Buttons fail, uses ALOT of batteries & too expensive ($199) as well.
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Overall 2

Terrible quality

imagremlin222, epinions.com
16 April 2005
  • Excerpt: This remote is an geek dream. Its programming is so powerful that it can make you smile when you get
  • Pros: Programmable heaven.
  • Cons: Worst manufacturing quality I've seen. I'll go dead after about a year of use
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Overall 4

Sony RM-AV3000 vs. Sony RM-VL1000

cfkman, epinions.com
28 March 2005
  • Summary: The RM-VL1000 is more practical than the RM-3000 for many reasons, listed in this article.
  • Pros: Does what it claims to do: remote control several devices
  • Cons: Pricey, battery sucker, 2-hand operation, awkward, heavy, hard to use by touch alone.
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Overall 10

The Macros, Learning, and Labels make it worth the $

baj1, epinions.com
13 March 2005
  • Summary: Advanced remote very worthwhile if you have many components (especially non-standard) or a complex AV system setup
  • Pros: Macros (command sequences) are awesome, remote learning is superb
  • Cons: Cost, Heavy - one-handed operation is tricky
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Overall 6

I'm almost threw with this remote. It keeps dropping my codes

newby858, epinions.com
19 February 2005
  • Excerpt: I bought this remote two years ago and I can't tell you how many times it has locked up and dropped
  • Pros: Works my entire home theatre after being programmed. Love the macros you can setup.
  • Cons: It's kinda big. Locks up and drops programming.
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Overall 10

Worth every penny, and very easy to program.

aashton, epinions.com
3 September 2004
  • Summary: I highly recommend this remote. I have been 100% satisfied with the purchase.
  • Pros: Relatively cheap, easy to program. Controls most components.
  • Cons: Haven't found any yet. Seriously I haven't. :)
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Overall 10


pipercop, epinions.com
19 August 2004
  • Excerpt: I have purchased numerous universal remotes, but none of them worked for everything.
  • Pros: Looks cool, impresses friends, worked for all my components
  • Cons: Finger prints on screen, should be able to change labels
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Overall 10

Why don't more people have these?

mrcleano, epinions.com
27 July 2004
  • Summary: If you have too many remotes on your coffee table, buy this, it'll solve everything. It's easy to program and brilliantly convenient.
  • Pros: Sleek, easily programmable, universal in every way, compatible with everything
  • Cons: Requires 4 AA batteries, could use glow in the dark buttons
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