New RM-VL710 upgrades the venerable RM-VL700 with updated styling and greater capabilities
Posted by Daniel Tonks on August 1, 2005 at 1:00 AM
On a budget, but concerned about getting budget-level features? Want a universal remote that economizes in price but not in performance? Then one of the latest remotes to cross our desk, the Sony RM-VL710
, might be right for you. As an upgrade to the RM-VL700 the new RM-VL710 shares many of the same features, such as controlling 5 devices and offering full learning capabilities with enough memory for a learned signal on every button. But the new model has also been significantly upgraded and features a new design, more buttons and 9 useful macros. And you can get all of this for under $35!
So, Iím very pleased today to release our complete review of the Sony RM-VL710 learning remote control. As usual the review has been packed with oodles of details and gobs of photos, and youíll even find a rewritten quick programming guide. Check it out!
Read all about the RM-VL710!
In addition, today youíll also find a brand new bonus review, an addendum to our existing RM-V402 review that covers the newer Sony RM-V502. The RM-V502 is a preprogrammed-only remote that upgrades the RM-V402 with an LCD display and 8 macros. Itís priced similarly to the RM-VL710 at just under $30, so youíll want to see how it compares.
Read all about the RM-V502!
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Finally, all of our remote control file areas have now been caught up to date with all recent submissions. You can find out whatís new in a particular area by looking for the green New files! icon just below the yellow bar at the top. Enjoy!
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