Loc: Dedham, MA, USA
if you could get the $499 Harmony 1000 Remote for $236 would you?<br><br>I'd love it, but i keep thinking "It's still JUST A REMOTE."<br><br>why would anybody spend that much money on a remote?<br><br>but it would last me years and years and years. (hopefully)<br><br>
Right now I have 3 remotes: TV, Tivo, and DVD player. Once I get my set up downstairs all complete, figure one for the stereo and an AppleTV remote. Consolidating all those would be nice. But not at that price.<br><br>The univeral remotes that I have seen in the lower price ranges all suck. <br><br>my beer blog
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Loc: Beautiful Southern California
I agree, the universal remotes available right now are pathetic.<br>That remote look pretty interesting to me right now. Part of my home remodel involves revamping our sound system. Our installer seems pretty knowledgeable, he's installed systems recently for the likes of Barbera Sreisand, and Ryan Seacrest, and he mentioned a universal remote for our system. I'll mention this remote to him and see what's his take on it.<br><br>
Loc: United States
My buddy has a Logitech 880 and loves it - can control it with one hand too, which IMO is important. The 'two-handed' touch-screen models are super neat when you first get them home, but ultimately when you're flat on your back on the couch, you really don't want to have to reach over with the other hand just to get a grip on the remote and change a channel...<br><br>
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