TIME-WARNER CABLE ATLAS 4-DEVICE UNIVERSAL HD REMOTE CONTROL for TV / Cable / VCR / Audio
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- 22.5 centimeters high
- Can Control your TV, Cable Box, VCR, and Audio Amplifier, Audio Receiver, or DVD Player
- Master Power Key to Turn ALL Your Devices On / Off at the Same Time
- Macro Key for Instant Tune-In of Your Favorite Channels
- Has a Volume Lock and You can Reassign Device Keys
- Includes Batteries and Programming Guide with All Code for Brands Supported.
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This Universal, On-Demand Remote Control is usable by the new High Definition (HD) cable boxes. It can control up to 4 Devices at the Same Time. It can control your TV, Cable Box, VCR, and Audio Amplifier, Audio Receiver, or DVD Player. It is truely Universal being able to control at least: 178 Brands of TVs and TV / VCR Combos, 127 Brands of VCRs and PVRs, 41 Brands of DVD Players, 21 Brands of Cable Boxes, 33 Brands of Audio Receivers, and 16 Brands of Audio Amplifiers. It is easy-to-use and setup and comes complete with Batteries and a Programming / Code Manual.
- Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 3.1 x 1.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
- ASIN: B000ST9BEO
- Item model number: 4-Device Universal HD Remote Control
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 30, 2007
- Average Customer Review:
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Everything I expected and needed. added to the enjoyment of the games. easy to read and understand. GREAT PICTURES TO ADD TO THE UNDER STANDINGPublished 22 months ago by Russell Todd
WOW I THINK I NEED TO TAKE A COLLEGE COURSE JUST TO GET THIS THING TO WORK,RED IT OVER AND OVER AND STILL CANT GET IT TO WORK,DO YOU SELL A BOOK ON HOW TO USE A REMOTE CONTROL FOR... Read morePublished 24 months ago by melinda
The product was as advertised, got here on time, and in new condition. Unfortunately, it would not work with my TV/cable hookup. Read morePublished on August 11, 2013 by Dave
It is pretty much impossible to program it to connect with a Cable box. For the other devices not much better in fact.Published on February 3, 2013 by Robert J Clouse