PHILIPS SRU9600 Remote £39.99 *Half Price* @ Currys - HotUKDeals
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PHILIPS SRU9600 Remote £39.99 *Half Price* @ Currys

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
I'll probably be shot down on this one as well as the first post that I put... only trying to help so here is a half price remote control. Not sure if it's as good as the Harmony ones.

Universal remote controlSRU9600
See only the keys you need
Now you can finally put away all your remote controls and replace them with one beautiful controller. The Prestigo SRU9600 can carry out all the functions of your original remotes, and it is also much easier and more convenient to use.
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#1
u guessed right my friend, welcome tho.
#2
Thanks for posting, seems a good deal to me.:thumbsup:

Get ready for all the expert opinions though.:whistling:
banned#3
i voted it hot just because it looks pretty
#4
I have this, but paid £70 for it. Brilliant remote, has lots of pre programmed settings already factored in as well as a learn function for your slightly more obscure brands. At this price I shall buy myslef another. Hot from me.
#5
Mr Big

At this price I shall buy myslef another. Hot from me.


Doesn't that defeats the point of the remote in the 1st place ;-)
#7
I stopped buying these all in one remotes year ago. Unless you can actually update the codes on the remote control via the PC or another method. In a few years you will find they won't work with any of the new TVs, DVDs and so on that you buy. The learn function, only learns a few keys from a certain remote control, not every key.
#8
adgloride
I stopped buying these all in one remotes year ago. Unless you can actually update the codes on the remote control via the PC or another method. In a few years you will find they won't work with any of the new TVs, DVDs and so on that you buy. The learn function, only learns a few keys from a certain remote control, not every key.


To be fair the remote probably will be past its best in a few years as well!! More importantly is to make sure it will control your current equipment.
I've just got the Harmony One, fantastic bit of kit (once you suss out the setting up) and fully upgradeable via PC, infact you must use a PC to set it up.
#9
seems like a good deal so voted hot.

am I the only one who thinks it looks like HAL 9000 :w00t:

http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Binkmeister/HAL9000/hal_04.jpg
#10
I would thoroughly recommend the SRU8008.
I have a Sony D3000 TV and BDPS350 BR player and a topfield 5800 and it controls them effortlessly.
it already knows most keys and you can set up the ones it doesn't and name them (via the little screen)
I also use it for my macbook.
i'm not a gadget freak but i hate remote controls.
£45 from Hughes direct via pixmania
http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/985684/philips/all_merchant/sru8008-universal-remote.html#m16575
#11
yorkie
Thanks for posting, seems a good deal to me.:thumbsup:

Get ready for all the expert opinions though.:whistling:


If by expert opinions you mean people with experience of this or similar devices endevouring to assist new purchasers by sharing their findings, why would that be a bad thing? At least it contributes something to the thread - unlike your post!:whistling:
banned#12
"I'll probably be shot down on this one as well as the first post that I put... only trying to help".

Gobbie people want to bring you down to their low levels. Just rise above them.
#13
This is a good deal - I paid £80 for mine over a year ago - so HoTTTTTTT :p
#14
ignore them Gobbie..I dont get this site..You post a deal that you've seen that you know is good and all you get is people trying to come off all wise, correcting you and acting like they know everything, when all your doing is posting a helpful bit of info..To all you 'matchstick' haters... You may be a 'flamethrower' on hotukdeals.com but in real life your not even a 'flint'
good job man :thumbsup:
#15
manchesterjim
ignore them Gobbie..I dont get this site..You post a deal that you've seen that you know is good and all you get is people trying to come off all wise, correcting you and acting like they know everything, when all your doing is posting a helpful bit of info..To all you 'matchstick' haters... You may be a 'flamethrower' on hotukdeals.com but in real life your not even a 'flint'
good job man :thumbsup:


I completely agree.... they are just pathetic lol :roll:
#16
Speaking as a matchstick (I think) I find the comments very useful. If I find a good deal myself then generally I have researched it pretty thoroughly before posting and/or buying so it should offer good value and be useful to others.

If I see a deal on here that is cheap for what it is I find it extremely useful to be able to read reviews as to whether or not the product is any good and/or suited to my needs.
#17
Don't worry, you just can't please everybody and their dog, but as long as your deal is useful to one person, then it is worth being posted. You'll often see your new deals first take a plunge into the nether regions of negative temperature, but good deals usually come back up after enough people see them.

Just don't ask why... I suppose they want those deals for themselves only, maybe resell them on eBay, or they're just poor bitter sods, God only knows as they never post to justify their vote... It's only annoying when good deals disappear from the first pages before they've reached the "hot" threshold (40 degrees), but they usually get posted again at some point and then reach a decent temperature. Just ignore those sad deal-freezers.
Welcome anyway, and have 9 degrees of heat from me!
#18
yeah ive got one of these.

best all in one i've ever used.

macros are cool - 1 button press =
turn tv on
turn amp on and switch to cable mode
turn cable box on

i *really* want to get infra-red light switches now so i can add a "dim light" control to the above macro :-)
#19
i've got the older version of this remote(sru9100), and its great. got lucky on ebay a few months ago, and picked it up for around £20. it has replaced remotes for my tv/cable box/mac mini/surround amp/component switch/xbox. the best thing about it is the build quality. it just feels nice in your hand. some remotes ive tried feel cheap and nasty. it also has a nice weight to it...

it can be a bit fiddly to learn codes, but with a bit of practice you can teach it a full remote in under half an hour. only problem is the lack of custom buttons - ie you cant change the text on a button on the display. other than that and the lack of PC control/setup it is well worth the money...
#20
manchesterjim
ignore them Gobbie..I dont get this site..You post a deal that you've seen that you know is good and all you get is people trying to come off all wise, correcting you and acting like they know everything, when all your doing is posting a helpful bit of info..To all you 'matchstick' haters... You may be a 'flamethrower' on hotukdeals.com but in real life your not even a 'flint'
good job man :thumbsup:


Cheers guys!!! I'll stop sobbing in the corner in a second! ;-)
heheh
#21
Kiddson
It's only annoying when good deals disappear from the first pages before they've reached the "hot" threshold (40 degrees), !


The 'hot threshold' is far above 40 degrees now - probably around 80 -100 - anyone know?. The more members we get the higher it is raised. when I joined I think it was around 30 degrees.

Obviously this does not detract from your point. :)
#22
I recently got the model below this foir £20, great remote. The macro functions are very usefull :)
#23
he was being sarcastic...everyone thinks they're an expert on the internet.
#24
Moldiver - can you link to the one you got for £20 please
#25
I found it at my local pc world on boxing day, ws hiding in a sale basket.
#26
cgcrute
If by expert opinions you mean people with experience of this or similar devices endevouring to assist new purchasers by sharing their findings, why would that be a bad thing? At least it contributes something to the thread - unlike your post!:whistling:


That's a bit rich from someone who has yet to lose their HUKD thread starting virginity:p:giggle:
#27
Ive got the SRU9400 and am deligted with it, apart from one small niggle - my TV doesnt have any codes and it couldnt be learnt, so I manually programmed all the keys, but it wont learn one (which is basically the enter key, used when changing inputs), so I have to keep the TV controller around still :( - however it does do 100% of my Sky, my Amp, my DVD player and my DVD recorder, so its not all bad.

Must admit I am tempted by the 8008 though :)

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