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This Logitech Harmony 555 Universal Remote Control is now £41.68 delivered @ Amazon!

Details: Logitech Harmony 555 remote features a modern, slim design - complementing the sophisticated decor of today's most popular home-theater devices. The Harmony 555 has a stair-step shaped surface on the base of the remote that provide natural grips for fingers, making it easy to hold and physically navigate the remote with a single hand.

* Compatible with TVs, sound systems, and DVD players/recorders from over 3,000 electronics manufacturers
* Replace up to 15 remote control devices
* Sound and Picture convenience buttons help you change picture aspect ratios and sound modes
* Connect via Windows/Mac PCs to receive updates, configure remote
* Interactive LCD screen and backlit keypad
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#1
Bought last week for £52 from Amazon. (Refund request sent :) )

Great remote. voted hot for a terrific price.
#2
looks like remote control from CLICK
[mod]#3
Hugh.N;2290383
Bought last week for £52 from Amazon. (Refund request sent :) )

Great remote. voted hot for a terrific price.


Nice one HughN - One of the great things about odering from Amazon :thumbsup:

looks like remote control from CLICK


If only :giggle:
#4
I have this excellent remote, recommended - especially at this price
#5
great remote! worth every penny!
#6
This is a very good price for the remote. Though the 525 is only £35 on amazon now, the only difference between the them is that the 555 has 2 extra buttons. Worth considering anyway.
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Logitech Harmony 555 remote features a modern, slim design - complementing the sophisticated decor of today's most popular home-theater devices. The Harmony 555 has a stair-step shaped surface on the base of the remote that provide natural grips for fingers, making it easy to hold and physically navigate the remote with a single hand.

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Get the Harmony 555 universal remote control from Logitech and control everything! The Harmony 555 makes you the orchestra conductor of your multimedia installation. The SmartState technology enables you to control all your audio video gadgets with supreme ease. All that you need to do is press the button for a required activity, for example, "watch television" or "listen to music" and the Harmony 555 universal remote control automatically configures the multimedia system. Furthermore, its interactive LCD screen and back lit buttons ensures that you find it easily even in low light. The Help function largely facilitates the usage of your material. For maximum compatibility with all kinds of multimedia, Logitech's online data base has more than 3,000 manufacturers and 100,000 equipments covering all domains.Compatible system: Windows 98SE, 2000, Me, XPMac OS X 10.2 or later version Included accessories:USB cable4 AAA batteries
#8
Anyone know can it control dimmer lighting? maybe with a RF extention?
banned#9
are these actually any good. I've got a remote for my hyundai tv, one for my 360 hddvd player, one for my sony amp, one for my thomson pvr, one for my dvd player and probably more - could it replace all of these and still retain the functionality? Also, are they easy to setup - i'm pretty tech savvy btw?
#10
yes easy as - you just type in the models on the software on a pc and it asks a few functionality questions and uploads it to the remote. Roberts ya mothers brother!

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