- Brand Name: Logitech
- Model Number: 915-000132
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 1-years limited hardware warranty
Logitech Harmony 300 Remote Control (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- With easy, online setup you simply connect your remote to your computer and tell us what equipment you have. Then you can sit back and let our online software take care of the hard stuff.
- Logitech Harmony 300 replaces four other remotes, eliminating the complications and clutter that go with them.
- Personalize your remote to do what you need it to using the programmable buttons. Jump right to your favorite channels or perform functions like switching screen sizes or accessing video on demand content with a single click.
- The Watch TV button lets you turn on your TV and cable/satellite box with just one button press.
- Supports 5000+ brands plus an ever growing database of devices, so you can be sure your remote will work with what you own—today and tomorrow. Your remote won't become obsolete when you buy a new TV or Blu-ray player.
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From the Manufacturer
Broken remote? Confusing remote? Too many remotes?
Logitech Harmony 300 is the replacement remote that's simple yet powerful. Press one button to watch TV. Enjoy quick and easy setup. And get unmatched device compatibility and control from America's best-selling brand of advanced remotes—now for simpler 4-component systems.
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The replacement remote that's simple yet powerful.
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Top Customer Reviews
When I heard about the 300, it was heaven-sent. Sure, it doesn't have all the bells and whistles of the nicer, more expensive models--no backlit keys, no touchscreen (or any other screen, for that matter), no activities, etc. But the individual remotes didn't have any of that, either. All I needed was one remote that could control all 3 pieces of my humble little set-up, and that's what the Harmony 300 is. (Note: to control the PlayStation 3, I had to buy the Harmony PS3 Bluetooth Adapter for another $50, because the PS3 doesn't support IR).
Set-up was a breeze. Put in the make and model numbers of the devices, sync the remote, and done! (I use a Mac with OSX 10.6.3). Without any additional input from me, the remote did just about everything it needed to. Five more minutes to make a few personal preference adjustments and to add one or two functions that weren't automatically programmed, and the Harmony 300 has replaced the 3 manufacturer's remotes, plus one cheap Phillips universal remote that would only control the TV and the old DVD player. The drag-and-drop button programming couldn't be easier.
I only gave it a 4 on the wife acceptance factor because not all of the labels match up exactly to the functions they perform from one device to the next, so there is a little memorization involved. Short of getting the all-touchscreen model, though, there's not really much anyone can do about that. You can only print so many labels on/above each key, after all.Read more ›
TV: Insignia NS-PDP42
Satellite box: Dish-network HD VIP612
Game Console: Xbox 360
If you're like me, you've struggled with your standard, out of the box remotes to do what you want them to do. The problem with most universal remotes is that they're limited on what they can do. Our Dish-Network universal remote would turn our TV Off & On, raise the volume, but after that, we had to use our TV's remote to change the input to play games or watch a DVD. Hoping perhaps to use the TV's universal quality on the Dish-Network receiver was a waste because it wouldn't understand things like "My recorded programs" from Dish-network.
My father in law has a top of the line system in his home, including the touch screen harmony 1100. Personally, I don't need or want a $400 remote control. The touch screen, while nice, is not a mandatory for me. Enter the Harmony 300 remote.
Out of the box the look & feel is sleek & a bit slick to the touch. The buttons are in a decent position and is understandable after about 5 minutes of use at the most. The best part of the remote is that it is truly "Universal." With no confusing codes to try out, you simply plug the device into your computer with the included USB cable and wait. From that point the software will ask you some basic questions like "What is the model number of your device?" etc.. and you just fill in the data. From there, you're set to use the remote. Very simple.
Now, here's the great part.... Don't like what a particular button does? You can change it. Through the software, you can make any button do any function! Want the 1 button to be 2? I'm not sure why you'd do it, but no problem. Want the "return" button to be an "exit" button? Easy peasy. It's great.Read more ›
For the record, I have a Direct TV HD-DVR Receiver, a Sony DVD/Surround Sound Theater System, and a Philips HD TV. At best I would have two remotes out, one for operating Direct TV, and the other to adjust the volume on the Sony... If, however, I wanted to play a movie or switch to my Xbox 360, I needed a third remote to switch Inputs on the television. That's a lot of clutter.
The Harmony 300 replaced all three. As advertised, setup did indeed take just minutes. The only adjustment I had to make was switching the volume from the TV (which is the preset), to controlling the Home Theater system. This was extremely simple to do, despite what other reviewers have reported.
I'm not a tech friendly dude, but had no problem whatsoever. You do need a computer to attach the remote to for programming, but I'm assuming that wouldn't be an issue for many.
It'll take a little time to adjust to the button layout, but I've tested everything from switching inputs, to recording with the DVR, to accessing my recorded shows... And, from what I can tell, I'm all good to go.
I've always been happy with Logitech products, and I'm glad they now offer a more moderately priced universal remote.
Well, I'm bumping this sucker up to 5-stars after a little time with it. A couple of additional comments: I should have pointed out that you can go to the Logitech website to check and make sure it supports all of your devices. Secondly, it's amazingly customizable. I found myself thinking, gee, I wish I could hit one button and turn on my TV, theater system, and Direct TV at the same time... Turns out I can.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had some intermittent function problems, I probably just needed to spend more money by not buying the cheapest one. other then that its a great product.Published 18 months ago by Doug Reiswig
This remote is great, it works for everything. This remote will work perfectly with any inferred device. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Christopher Roberts
This remote is very easy to program and replaced three remote controls I was using for my TV, DVD Player and Sound system. It took ten minutes to set-up and is very easy to use. Read morePublished on February 10, 2014 by PhilipJ.Davis
Pros: Being able to go online to choose your devices and select which "extra" keys do what is brilliant. Couldn't be happier. Read morePublished on January 7, 2014 by J. Becker
I love this controller. Not only is there an online library of tons of preconfigured devices, you can even program your own using the device's remote if the device isn't in the... Read morePublished on December 22, 2013 by Steve
So far it's worked for us. I've been able to easily find device codes online to add to the remote. Now it's hooked up to an older Westinghouse TV, Apple TV, Philips DVD, & blue... Read morePublished on December 6, 2013 by M. P.