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Sony RM-VL700 Remote Control Review
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RM-VL700 Features:

Controls up to 5 devices: The RM-VL700 can control up to 5 devices. Buttons are labeled for TV, VCR, Cable/Satellite, DVD and Amplifier/Receive. Components may be reassigned or copied, for instance convert "VCR" into a TiVo device.

Preprogrammed codes: The RM-VL700 features a large database of IR codes for a wide variety of devices. The full list is available on the next page.

Code learning: The RM-VL700 can learn onto up to 35 buttons under each device. Plus, each Component Select button may have a single learned command - that's a total of 180 codes! Learning frequencies extend up to 500KHz with codes up to 250 bits long.

Strong IR broadcasting: Two IR transmitters ensure a strong and wide infrared beam.

41 physical buttons: 35 may be assigned any command, 5 are for component selection, while one is used for remote configuration. Controls provided include a numerical keypad, full transport and a 5-way menu.

Dual key assignments: Some buttons can hold a dual-key sequence; for instance INPUT plus a keypad button from 0 to 6 will directly select the input on a Sony television. A similar feature is available for Sony VCRs. For owners of other equipment these keys may still be learned on. RECORD functions may be stored on an instant REC button, or a safer REC+PLAY combination.

Volume buttons may be configured so they adjust the television's video for video devices and the receiver's for audio, or the receiver's for both. The volume buttons may also be learned over for each component if desired.

The remote may be locked so that it is completely inoperational until a specific key combination is pressed.

Memory protection: ensures your settings are not lost when batteries are changed.

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