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universal remote control
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Please describe your ideal universal remote control:
How much should it cost?
$60 to $130
$130 to $250
$250 to $350
$350 to $600
$150 or less
$250 or less
$400 or less
How many devices do you want to control?
5 or less
10 or less
5 to 7
8 to 11
12 to 15
6 or more
10 or more
15 or more
20 or more
How many functions per device do you require?
20 to 40
40 to 60 <<
More than 60
Are hard buttons important?
Yes, I'd like a few <<
Yes, I want a lot
Do you want an LCD touchscreen display?
Yes, any style
Yes, color graphical
Are you missing any original equipment remotes?
Do you want to be able to "learn" commands from your current remotes?
Would you like to automate commonly performed system activities via "macros"?
Should your new remote be computer programmable?
Yes, but via USB
How should I interpret your requirements?
Make educated guesses to help me find the best remote control possible.
Place higher importance on adherence to my specific requirements.
Force strict interpretation of all requirements (not recommended for beginners).
If desired, select other optional features:
IR Hold Time:
High Frequency IR:
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Or, compare any remote controls side-by-side:
Remotes with only hard buttons.
Remotes with both hard buttons and any type of LCD screen.
Remotes with both hard buttons and an LCD touchscreen.
Remotes with only LCD touchscreen displays.
Remotes with color LCD screens.
Remotes that are fully computer programmable.
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