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Philips SRU5107/27 7 Device Universal Remote Control (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Seven-device universal remote compatible with TV, DVD, DVR, VCR, AUX, satellite and cable
  • Integrated learning keys keeps remote updated for future devices
  • Works with all AV devices since 1990
  • LED illumination of primary keys
  • Memorizes setup codes even after the batteries are changed

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Philips
  • Model: SRU5107/27
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Warranty: One Year

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 1.5 x 12.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0026L7B8K
  • Item model number: SRU5107/27
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 1, 2009

Product Description

Controls 7 Devices; Advanced Functionality For Dvr & Hd; Led Backlighting On Primary Keys; Compatible With All Av Devices Since 1990; Simple Setup; Learning Function

Customer Reviews

Easy to program.
nic205
The buttons feel rubbery (which I like) and it's easy to hold the remote and press buttons with my thumb using just one hand.
DaddyO
Had to try several codes for some of my devices but quickly found the correct ones and the remote worked as needed.
John L Stephenson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By HTGUY713 on August 1, 2010
Before I begin my review I'd like to list my devices that this remote control operates.

1. Insignia 50" plasma tv
2. Insignia Blu-Ray player (NS-WBRDVD)
3. Sony STR-DN1000 A/V reciever
4. Xbox 360 ( remote code is "1611")
5. HP laptop(very basic controls)

After purchasing the 2 Insignia products I was in remote control hell! Nothing seemed to be compatible with their devices. I was literally fumbling between 3 controllers, a game controller, and sometimes a mouse I before I found this little gem.
I contacted Insignia about a remote they recommend to control their devices I was told that I would have to buy a logitech harmony..........Kinda defeated the purpose of buying a cheaper brand to begin with right?

I succumbed to the idea of buying an expensive remote decided I'd swing by wally-world since they carried a $40 logitech remote. Right next to the harmony I saw this Philips. Out of curiosity I compared the buttons between this one and the logitech and everything was identical. The only difference was that the harmony could control 4 devices and the philips could control 7. Obviously logitech has an extraordinary device library to program their remotes but after examining the package I quickly learned that this was a programmable remote. I abandoned my reservations and decided to try this out.

Lucky me!

TV, Xbox, and receiver were all programed successfully on the first attempt! The only thing that I had to program into the remote was the blu-ray player. I programed all the blu-ray buttons, and a few of the buttons from my sony receiver that were missing, in under 5 minutes. I also established the home theater receiver as the primary audio source within that time frame.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By L. KENG on January 3, 2010
I got this for $18 at Sears, and am so glad I did not spend a lots more on a Logitech Harmony... This Philips remote is awesome. It works with all my devices, which include:
1. Samsung 52" LCD
2. Magnavix DVD-Recorder with HDD
3. XBox 360 (yeah!)
4. Philips HTS8100 Soundbar

Note: To get it to work with the HTS8100 (which is a sound system + DVD player), use the DVD mode for the DVD player, and use Aux mode for all others, i.e. TV input, MP3 input, etc.) Hope this helps someone.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Ryan B. Streeter on May 20, 2010
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This remote does everything I need. I had a HDTV remote that was going out on me, and even in it's death throes, this Philips remote was able to "learn" commands from it that I would have lost forever otherwise. It also had enough flexibility to also learn commands from my Cable remote so that I don't have to use my cable remote any longer (which is awesome).

It looks great, and feels great too. Looks very very nice and has a nice rubber feel to it.

The ONLY complaint that I have is about the directional buttons at the top. They "click" when you push them down, so when you are searching through the guide or your TV's menu you hear "click click click click click click click".

Other than that, this is a HIGHLY recommended solution for those of you in a predicament similar to mine!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Rick Daniels on February 18, 2011
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Yes it works as described. But when I am watching TV I channel surf on cable or spend time looking through my movie options. This requires alot of clicking and when the buttons are stiff it is not relaxing. The NEW remotes that came with my TV, Roku, etc. all have remotes with noticibly less stiff buttons. Also the four way pad is not elevated enough and when you push on it the edges of the plastic dig into your finger a bit, not terrible, but annoying enough to make me think of buying something else.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nick on January 5, 2012
I just picked this up from Walmart today hoping that it would work with my TV and Roku. Works brilliantly with both! It did require tinkering in "learning mode" to get it work with the Roku, but, like I said, works brilliantly now.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Peterson on November 9, 2011
I purchased it for control of all devices, so sick of multiple remote controls.

Controls my 42inch HDTV (Phillips) so it actually controlled it fresh out of the box without programming.
Xbox 360, it took some time to get it programmed right, but from what I see, I could only get it to control my Xbox 360 in DVD mode, wouldn't work in AUX, SAT or DVR.
(3925 Remote code for 360)
Motorola cable box.
Panasonic Home Theater 5.1.

So it controls everything and doesn't look CHEAP like my remote that came with my tv.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By limp noodle on March 7, 2011
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After reading some of the reviews, I thought I was getting a good deal. Unfortunately, this remote did not sync with half of my equipment even though there were codes for all of them. After spending what felt like 2 hours entering codes and having the remote "learn" certain functions from the remotes it would not automatically sync with, the remote "froze"-the red light to set functions would not shut off. This remote is really finicky and would not learn all operations for certain devices regardless how much time I spent trying to sync and teach. I now have some functions plugged in- I eliminated the use of the surround sound remote and entered in basic functions for cable, but my xbox is still touch and go. If you have some time on your hands and you don't mind re-entering codes and repetitively entering in functions in attempts to get your remote to learn...then this is the remote for you. I just don't think it should be so difficult.
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