I have a Samsung QN55Q65FN TV (which is a Costco specific brand I think?, but there's other similar ones we can get info on). It comes with a "One Remote", [Link: samsung.com]
. It has a tiny number of buttons, and is useless for anything but the TV itself.
I have an Inteset 4-in-1 ( [Link: smile.amazon.com]
) and a AUDIOVOX RCRN06GR ( [Link: smile.amazon.com]
) and neither can learn from the One Remote, so I guess it's not putting out IR?, but I don't understand remote tech in any detail.
The Inteset comes with a setup for this TV that is OK, so the TV itself clearly *capable* of taking IR codes, but the setup is only "OK", it's not great (in particular, to get to the main menu, I have to push a button twice to get to the main menu).
Any suggestions for what I should do? I don't mind spending real money on a remote if it'll manage everything I have (which, for what it's worth, is this TV, a TiVO, an Onkyo AVR, and a PS3 which I'm controlling with the dongle from a "Nyko Technologies Blue-Wave Remote for PS3").
Given how my household works, though, whatever I buy I will need at least 3 of. Lots of people, and they all lose remotes. *Frequently*.
Last edited by rlpowell on November 13, 2018 01:39.