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User reviews for the Sony RM-VL610 from Sony Electronics.
Sony RM-VL610
RatingsReviewsMSRP (USD)
Average: 5.00/5.00
Median: 5.00/5.00
2$29.99
The Sony RM-VL610 upgrades the RM-VL600 with an all-new design with 11 additional DVR buttons. It offers control over 8 devices, has a preprogrammed code database and full IR learning, 12 macros, plus is customizable with removable back panels available in 6 colors (3 sold per pack).
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Written by johndotbastable from Toronto.
The reviewer has used this remote control for 1-3 months.
Review 2 made on Sunday January 24, 2010 at 1:04 PM.
Also owned:Logitech Harmony
Strengths:Easily adapts to all control functions for all devices - if not through the code lookup - then using the "learn" function. Excellent pricepoint. Easy function navigation despite the absence of fancy display screens and "activity" programming.
Weaknesses:None
Review:Having been previously frustrated by managing numerous controls for tv, bluray, amp, cable, cd player; and then by trying to adapt all these through various "universal" remotes , I was delighted to find this solution at your website. There is peace in the house again (at least with respect to the remote controls).
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Written by Bob S from NorthWest.
The reviewer has used this remote control for under 1 month.
Review 1 made on Sunday April 12, 2009 at 2:56 PM.
Also owned:The similar Sony RM-VL900 and RM-VL600, plus many other brands
Strengths:Lots of buttons to program
Weaknesses:No backlighting, keys are small
Review:I got a Sony RM-VL900 back in 2002 which I still love. But it's long in the tooth and lacking many buttons more modern remotes have. Last year I got an RM-VL600 since it had been modernized, but found it still lacking.

Last week I bought the RM-VL610 and it has solved most of my problems with the earlier remotes. It still controls eight devices but it adds 12-15 buttons to the number of programmable functions, which the older remotes sorely needed. Finally there are previous chapter and next chapter functions that should have been on the earlier remotes. I really missed those keys and had to use other keys that would have been useful if not needed to page forward and backward in DVDs and CDs.

The RM-VL610 is an excellent remote with 50 standard keys plus 4 system control macros, plus the device keys can be used as macros. There is plenty of learning memory on board so you can store 50 buttons from 8 remotes for at least 400 unique functions that can be learned.

Amazing power for such a low price! The only negatives are no backlighting, small keys - and really, couldn't they have put an open/close tray button to the left of the power button. Still these are minor quibbles that you can live with.
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