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Tuesday April 7, 2015
URC has just announced a third addition to their Total Control lineup of advanced system controllers. The new MRX-8 joins the original MRX-10 and MRX-20, in a smaller form factor more similar to that of the previous MRX-1 and 2. Plus, a new 2-way Sonos driver has been released. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 4/07 at 7:25 PM
Wednesday January 7, 2015
Looking for something a little different in a universal remote control? Then these guys just might have what you’re looking for. It’s called the SPIN remote, and they’re billing it as “the simplest, most personal remote ever”. Right now it’s still in the development phase, and so the founders have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund development and production. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/07 at 11:43 PM
Thursday December 25, 2014
For those of you waking up today with a brand new universal remote control, congratulations! You’ll want to explore further around this site for helpful resources such as the community forums, the internet's biggest remote control file area including our discrete code collection and archive of 1600+ universal remote control manuals, the CEC Wiki, and a whole lot more!

And if you didn't get that special clicker you were waiting for... no worries! You can use our reviews, user reviews and the Which Remote Should I Buy? forum for help deciding exactly what you need!

If you have questions about anything, feel free to post them in our forums!

Posted by Daniel Tonks on 12/25 at 8:42 AM
Tuesday December 23, 2014
Just when we were coming to grips with the idea that the Philips Pronto was good and truly gone, comes a press release from Philips that digs up the old name again. Sing praise: the Pronto is back!

Well... sort of. The new Pronto has precious little to do with the advanced Pronto remote controls we’re all familiar with, and is more Philips capitalizing on a well-known (and respected) brand. In this situation, Philips has teamed up with Peel for an iPhone-based remote control system that utilizes the Peel Smart Remote App, paired with a small Bluetooth-based basestation, dubbed the “Pronto”, which features a central IR blaster and an “IR extension cable” for home theater control. Read more...

Posted by Daniel Tonks on 12/23 at 11:29 PM
Monday December 1, 2014
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Posted by Daniel Tonks on 12/01 at 12:46 AM
Friday November 28, 2014
Good morning everyone, and welcome to the electronics sales event of the year – Black Friday! Here I'm attempting to compile a list of the universal remote control deals available online for 2014... and if you find another, be sure to add it to comments below! Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 11/28 at 10:22 AM
Friday October 3, 2014
Crestron have announced a new handheld remote control, the TSR-302. The TSR-302 is a slim and supposedly durable hybrid remote, featuring a large 2.8” capacitive touchscreen LCD display, along with a wide range of backlit hard buttons including full menu, transport and numeric keypad functions. Other features include 2.4GHz RF, Wifi, built-in microphone and speaker, and inductive charging station. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 10/03 at 6:54 PM
Friday September 5, 2014
A company called Performance Designed Products (PDP) has announced what could be the very first Blu-ray remote control designed for the PS4.

It seems that Sony is always finding new ways to tick off home theater users – first by repeatedly refusing to add a standard CE infrared receiver to the many generations of PS3 consoles, and then on the PS4 by refusing to offer compatibility with or a replacement product for the one compromise the PS3 did have: the Bluetooth-based Sony Blu-ray Disc Remote Control. Thus, Sony has artificially made the PS4 one of the worst devices possible for media consumption – which is a true shame, since it should be one of the best. Read more...

Posted by Daniel Tonks on 9/05 at 2:37 PM
Wednesday August 27, 2014
Getting ready to head off to CEDIA EXPO 2014 in Denver, Colorado on September 10-13? Maybe you’re still debating? Well, it’s still not too late to get in for free! Just use code GP14 when registering for free show floor admission.

http://expo.cedia.net/

Posted by Daniel Tonks on 8/27 at 10:13 AM
Thursday August 14, 2014
In an example of how long it takes to get from trade show floor to through your door, the RTI T2i - first announced nearly two years ago during CEDIA 2012 - is now shipping. The $499 remote offers a flush-mount 2.8" color touchscreen, backlit keypad (four with customizable keycaps), IR, RF and ZigBee communications, motion sensor, fully customizable interface and a sleek design. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 8/14 at 11:33 PM
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Comment by jamesmcd45 on 4/16 at 10:19 PM
Very nice, I love the new interfaces. I can't believe how much technology has improved over the past couple of years.
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