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Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote 915-000038-AV Forums Price Exclusive £89.99 @ Oyyy

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Saw this advertised as an exclusive price for AV Forum members whilst browsing - and even better it is only a link that doesn't need you to be a member - looks like it goes to a hidden product on OYYY… Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Saw this advertised as an exclusive price for AV Forum members whilst browsing - and even better it is only a link that doesn't need you to be a member - looks like it goes to a hidden product on OYYY site as can't find it on normal site. Normal price at moment seems like abot £100 to £120 - this is £89.99 with a 30 day money back guarantee. Bought myself one earlier this year for more than this - seems expensive for a remote, but you just wouldn't know how good it is until you try it.

The Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote Control is the only remote you'll ever need!
Give your family one touch access to home entertainment with control of up to 15 devices; this is the only remote you will ever need.

Replace up to 15 remotes with the Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote!
Get rid of your TV, Sky, DVD, Blu Ray, and other remote controls and replace them all with the Logitech Harmony One!

Is the Logitech Harmony One the right remote for you?

* Easy to set-up and use
* Supports over 225,000 devices from over 5000 home entertainment equipment brands - and the list continues to grow each day!
* Rechargeable so need to worry about batteries
* Colour touch screen with one-touch access to your entertainment
* Sculpted, backlit buttons in logical zones allow you to find the right channeleven in the dark!
* Replaces up to 15 remotes
* Don't just take our word for it, What Hi-Fi said "faultless, easy-to-follow web-based set-up, complete with decent functionality and an intuitive button layout", makes this "our universal remote of choice"
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Amazing price, for an amazing remote!

I have the 525 and its faultless!
#2
great remote, but the price keeps fluctuating all the time, seen these as low as £65 in past deals.
#3
Not bad price but too bad this newer model doesn't have the 4 Sky colour buttons
#4
eh..paid £80 for this almost 2 years ago when it came out....first i returned as the wife threw in frustration across the room as she couldnt work out how to turn on the tv (press Watch TV button :roll::roll:)
but that one and the new one arent great but not perfect as you have to point it at the devices, but programming wise its good as most functions for a device work by entering the make/model....if they dont then the excellent learn remote function (point old and logitech remotes at each other and press keys to learn)
#5
richieWolf;7219836
Not bad price but too bad this newer model doesn't have the 4 Sky colour buttons

they are on the lcd display - .....plus you could assign 4 buttons to the 4 colours if you want....not that hard is it? :roll:
#6
I've always fancied something like this but I've always found it hard to justify spending that sort of money on a remote control when I have all my working remotes for all devices.
#7
richieWolf
Not bad price but too bad this newer model doesn't have the 4 Sky colour buttons


yes it does, not hard buttons but they still appear on the OSD.

Perhaps research or clarify when you type rather than scare people with unsubstaniated comments:roll:
#8
Was chuffed that I saw this at PC World for £150 yesterday, I bought mine for £80 :p

Great remote. It does miss the four colour buttons, it's very noticeable when you own sky. They should at least provide 4 user keys for you to program. The Logitech software could also be better, it's quite slow because it's mainly a web interface.

Still, there's nothing better out there in terms of multi controllers, so definitely recommended
#9
agree with d_dixon50 - paying £90 sub for a remote seems to me like some people should get their priorities back in check..... but we make our own choices....lol... mine is to get off my butt and change the channel the old fashioned way.....

or just use the remotes that come with it.... pmsl...

voted cold as far too expensive...
#10
wolverine2031
agree with d_dixon50 - paying £90 sub for a remote seems to me like some people should get their priorities back in check..... but we make our own choices....lol... mine is to get off my butt and change the channel the old fashioned way.....

or just use the remotes that come with it.... pmsl...

voted cold as far too expensive...


poor excuse to vote cold.

too expensive for you maybe, but not for others.

try and find it cheaper.

you vote for the deal, not because you cant afford it lol
#11
wolverine2031
voted cold as far too expensive...


Just because you don't want one based on cost does not mean the deal is poor, no need to vote it cold. Voted hot as this price is great if you want to buy this remote.
#12
wolverine2031
or just use the remotes that come with it.... pmsl...


Really? You're pysl because some people choose the convenience of a single remote to replace the 9 they have constantly being stuck down the back of the sofa? :roll:

If you think that's funny you'd probably need to steer clear of Christopher Guest films or Curb Your Enthusiasm - you could suffer serious and irreparable incontinence if exposed to those ;-)
#13
Agree that this isn't as cheap as it could be, Amazon and Play have both had it for nearer £65 but it's probably the cheapest at the moment and it's a great remote so voted hot.
#14
Pretty good deal, just pondering if i want to go for one with the 4 coloured buttons instead (i know you can programme buttons etc or that they appear on the touch screen).

Has any one got one setup on there ps3 (i know u need the seperate adaptor at almost £35/40) but was curious to see if it is any good?

And lastly i think Logitech are doing 30 day money back gurantee....
#15
This looks superb. I've wanted a really good multi-remote for years. Got an All for One Chamelon but it's pretty crap really - still not quite what I want.

My only consideration now is finding a way to hook this up to my HTPC to control MS Media Center. I assume I could setup a profile for one of the devices and then just train the PC or something.. hmmm..

Voted hot as this is a pretty good saving.
#16
hot price for the product - yes it's a lot for a remote but after using the 555 model for a year i wouldn't be able to go back
#17
I'd like to know what, in terms of general remote control use (as opposed to geek factor ;) is remarkable about this remote against something like a £10 ChungHop remote from ebay.

That remote has 10 devices, each of which can be fully programmed to learn the other device on all 43 buttons -- i.e. it can learn the functions of 430 buttons. It also has programmable codes, coloured buttons and a backlit display. No touchscreen rubbish that I dislike intensely anyway (I use remotes by feel, without looking at buttons, far quicker).

It has been my experience that remotes like this lack the codes for more obscure kit so comprehensive learning is far more important than "web based yada yada" (as if I can't work out a simple text-based menu system).

Some come on, someone sell this thing to me!
#18
jasejames
I'd like to know what, in terms of general remote control use (as opposed to geek factor ;) is remarkable about this remote against something like a £10 ChungHop remote from ebay.

That remote has 10 devices, each of which can be fully programmed to learn the other device on all 43 buttons -- i.e. it can learn the functions of 430 buttons. It also has programmable codes, coloured buttons and a backlit display. No touchscreen rubbish that I dislike intensely anyway (I use remotes by feel, without looking at buttons, far quicker).

It has been my experience that remotes like this lack the codes for more obscure kit so comprehensive learning is far more important than "web based yada yada" (as if I can't work out a simple text-based menu system).

Some come on, someone sell this thing to me!


I have a harmony 525 and every device I have ever looked up it has. Even my extremely obscure £6 cyberlink remote.

What this range of remotes has that others do not is activities and the ability to emulate several devices from the same activity.

For example what you might have to do on a 1 for all remote to watch sky

select TV device
press power on
chooose correct AV input for sky
select amp device
press power on
cycle audio input to select correct sky audio input
select sky device
press power on

with this remote this is all pre-programmed so you just

press watch SKY TV activity.


You can also then set up TV related buttons like "av mode" perhaps for selecting "cinema" or "sport " mode, these can be combined with your volume for your amp and the usual sky buttons of course.

This remote allows many devices to "feel" like they are a single device with a single interface. You dont even need to understand them so it is girlfriend friendly.


However I got my 525 for £30, the only real advantage as far as I can see of this one is it looks a bit cooler and has a touch screen. I don't think that is worth the extra money.
#19
I bought this during the early part of year for £65 from Play.com Great remote for us AV Home Cinema enthusiasts. :thumbsup:

If you don't know the capabilities of this remote then it is no reason to vote it cold, because chances are you don't even have an amplifier or a 5.1 cinema system.
#20
Bought one of these earlier this year, excellent device - its a fraction slower than the original remotes in some instances, but i'd still recommend them as on the whole its excellent and removes the need for the many remotes i had. Its just a shame that if i want to control my PS3 aswell, i have to buy a £40 adapter (which i refuse to do).

I certainly dont need to get my priorities in check, i wanted to get rid of the 8 or so remotes i was currently using and just have the 1. Its expensive "for a remote", but its nothing compared to what i paid for the rest of my setup. Those who need them will really not be worrying too much about the cost of them.
#21
jamesdew

What this range of remotes has that others do not is activities and the ability to emulate several devices from the same activity.

For example what you might have to do on a 1 for all remote to watch sky

select TV device
press power on
chooose correct AV input for sky
select amp device
press power on
cycle audio input to select correct sky audio input
select sky device
press power on


OK I'm listening :) Thing is the cheap one I have:

http://*********.co.uk/Universal-10-IN-1-LCD-Learning-Remote-Control-TV-DVD-CD_W0QQitemZ270422793153QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_AudioTVElectronics_Video_RemoteControls?hash=item3ef6745bc1

has a Macro feature where a sequence of up to 15 keypresses can be done as above. Two problems with that as I see it:

1) The set I have (Samsung plasma) doesn't always bring up the AV source menu with the same item highlighted. With this in mind I've never been able to get the macro feature to work correctly.

2) It only has one macro -- I'm assuming that this device has more?

Regarding the support, it does seem quite extensive. I'd need to check whether it supports everything I have though.

How powerful is the learning facility?

However I got my 525 for £30, the only real advantage as far as I can see of this one is it looks a bit cooler and has a touch screen. I don't think that is worth the extra money.


£30 sounds more like it, must hunt around.
#22
jasejames
OK I'm listening :) Thing is the cheap one I have:

http://*********.co.uk/Universal-10-IN-1-LCD-Learning-Remote-Control-TV-DVD-CD_W0QQitemZ270422793153QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_AudioTVElectronics_Video_RemoteControls?hash=item3ef6745bc1

has a Macro feature where a sequence of up to 15 keypresses can be done as above. Two problems with that as I see it:

1) The set I have (Samsung plasma) doesn't always bring up the AV source menu with the same item highlighted. With this in mind I've never been able to get the macro feature to work correctly.

2) It only has one macro -- I'm assuming that this device has more?

Regarding the support, it does seem quite extensive. I'd need to check whether it supports everything I have though.

How powerful is the learning facility?



£30 sounds more like it, must hunt around.


the 515 which is one model down from the one I have is on play now for £27.99

http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/11924547/Logitech-Harmony-515-Universal-Remote/Product.html?P36=J2ENNJ

It's basically the same but it can only control 5 devices, if you have more than 5 then wait till the 525 or 555 are on offer again.

Anyway the problem with macro modes is that they are not aware of state. So say you had a macro set up to do all that I mentioned earlier. What if sky is already on? what if you cycle inputs byt pressing AV a few times, how would it know what input you are on now?

The harmony "remembers" what state devices were in so if sky is already on, it doesn't send it another power command.

It rarely gets out of synch as the IR signal is very powerfull. However if it does there is a help button to get it back on track.

As for the learning facility. This device is programmed from a windows based PC. It asks you lots of questions about your setup and configures it for you.
#23
Great offer and I've ordered one. I've been after for one of these for ages but have held off the due to the >£100 price tag. Thanks for the heads up on this deal.
#24
Good deal for someone intending to buy this.... However apart from the looks and having a touchscreen, it doesn't seem to offer anything over and above the Harmony 555 which has hard coloured buttrons and available for less than half the price.

Rizza
#25
wolverine2031;7219955
agree with d_dixon50 - paying £90 sub for a remote seems to me like some people should get their priorities back in check..... but we make our own choices....lol... mine is to get off my butt and change the channel the old fashioned way.....

or just use the remotes that come with it.... pmsl...

voted cold as far too expensive...


i have 7 devices...yeh so do i tape them together muppet
#26
Well well well.....

Seems this thing really is pretty comprehensive lol.

I may well get a 555 (Kikatek have them for £34 + post currently, or Dixons for £50 and I have a gift card, hmmmm).

Can anyone confirm that these work with a WDTV?
#27
d_dixon50
I've always fancied something like this but I've always found it hard to justify spending that sort of money on a remote control when I have all my working remotes for all devices.


This is the one for you then!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/556569/logitech-harmony-515-universal-remo
1 Like #28
jasejames
Well well well.....

Seems this thing really is pretty comprehensive lol.

I may well get a 555 (Kikatek have them for £34 + post currently, or Dixons for £50 and I have a gift card, hmmmm).

Can anyone confirm that these work with a WDTV?


yes indeed I can.
#29
SlingShotUK
This looks superb. I've wanted a really good multi-remote for years. Got an All for One Chamelon but it's pretty crap really - still not quite what I want.

My only consideration now is finding a way to hook this up to my HTPC to control MS Media Center. I assume I could setup a profile for one of the devices and then just train the PC or something.. hmmm..

Voted hot as this is a pretty good saving.


it knows quite a few htpc remote commands :) inc MCE remote and the cheap cyberlink one which will also control mce ( ive only tryed in win7 though)
#30
Best thing since sliced bread.

I bought one for the mrs last christmas :lol
#31
Thanks for the confirmation about WDTV.

I will be getting a 525 as soon as I get a handle on what is a good price for them. The 515 is just a little bit too limited for what I require.

Has to be said as well that the earlier 628 unit is available on fleabay for £16 delivered from China. Would do for some folk I guess, although I think I will be relying on the learning remotes I already have for bedroom tellies etc.
#32
I've had the 515 for over a year, and love it.
Would upgrade to the One if it had the four colour buttons - am still amazed they omitted those given the number of people that use devices that regularly use those. (I appreciate you can of course have them on the touchscreen or reprogram other buttons.)

Heat & rep added - haven't seen it this low for a while.
#33
jasejames
Thanks for the confirmation about WDTV.

I will be getting a 525 as soon as I get a handle on what is a good price for them. The 515 is just a little bit too limited for what I require.

Has to be said as well that the earlier 628 unit is available on fleabay for £16 delivered from China. Would do for some folk I guess, although I think I will be relying on the learning remotes I already have for bedroom tellies etc.


I have a 525 and it rules. Would love a One (I can get over the coloured buttons thing but I wish they would redesign it) but it needs to be much closer to £60.

Roll on the sales...
#34
Bought one of these last year and it's absolutely brilliant.

I have it controlling: Sky, Win 7 Media Center, Xbox 360, Original Xbox, 5.1 amp, Philips LCD, ceiling fan + lamp. All this is basically boiled down to three buttons on the touch screen - 'Watch TV', 'Watch XBMC', 'Play 360'.

Never had to use the learning features though - their software has info for every product you could imagine - even my obscure B&Q ceiling fan (under the 'Climate Control' section).

Only major gripe is that you can't assign custom icons to the touchscreen buttons (far as I can figure out).
#35
Pretty good remote. Mine controls my Panasonic TV, Sky box, Cambridge audio 540R receiver, an XBox 360 and the computer via media center IR receiver.
#36
good price but i'd advise you try it first - the clicky buttons are horrendous (i much prefer my pronto....)
#37
wolverine2031
agree with d_dixon50 - paying £90 sub for a remote seems to me like some people should get their priorities back in check..... but we make our own choices....lol... mine is to get off my butt and change the channel the old fashioned way.....

or just use the remotes that come with it.... pmsl...

voted cold as far too expensive...


How ridiculous!!
#38
I wanted a Peep Show 'Megatron' but I never had any gaffer tape so I bought one of these and they are superb remotes. The price of these does drop down to £65 on occasion but not as frequently as you would think. Oyyy have had these at £90 for a while now so its not such a new deal but still smoking hot at this price.
#39
braddock71
good price but i'd advise you try it first - the clicky buttons are horrendous (i much prefer my pronto....)


the philips pronto is too over-priced.
#40
braddock71
good price but i'd advise you try it first - the clicky buttons are horrendous (i much prefer my pronto....)


yes you can try it for 30 days and if you don't like it logitech will refund you

cant go wrong!

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