Logitech 915-000148 Harmony 200 Remote for Three Devices - Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Works with 5000+ brands: Supports 225,000+ devices-more than any other brand of universal remotes
- Easy online setup: Simply connect the remote to your computer and download commands for your devices
- Watch TV" button: Turns on your TV and cable/satellite box with just one button press
- Large buttons: It's easy to control TV shows and movies by touch, even in the dark
- Replaces three remotes: Controls three devices, eliminating the clutter and hassle of using multiple remotes
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|Item Dimensions||5.75 x 10.79 x 1.85 in||2.35 x 1.26 x 8.78 in||1.5 x 7 x 2 in||2.19 x 0.75 x 6.69 in||2.01 x 5.59 x 10.71 in||5.8 x 10.8 x 1.6 in|
|Logitech Harmony 200 Remote |
Lost or broken remote? Regain simple, reliable control.
No crazy learning curve. No missing commands. No worries that it won't control your entertainment devices. Harmony 200 is easy to set up, easy to use, and works with more brands than any other remote—including the devices you own today and add tomorrow.
| ||Control you can count on |
|No tiny buttons |
Large buttons are spaced just the right distance apart for easy channel, volume, DVR, and play/pause control by touch—even in TV room darkness.
| ||Simple guided online setup |
|Replaces three remotes |
Say goodbye to that jumble of remotes on the coffee table with one remote that controls any three devices.
|One click to TV time |
|What's in the box ||What you need |
|Which Logitech Harmony Remote Is Right For You?|
|Harmony 200 |
For a simple, reliable replacement remote
|Harmony 300 |
For TV time that's easy again
|Harmony 650 |
For control that's bright and brilliant
|Harmony 700 |
For simple control that's always charged and ready
|Harmony One |
For simple, stylish touch-screen control
|Harmony 900 |
For complete control of devices you can't see
|Harmony 1100 |
For personalized control of your home theater system
|Control Features||Harmony 200||Harmony 300||Harmony 650||Harmony 700||Harmony One||Harmony 900||Harmony 1100|
|Tablet design with 3.5" touch screen|
|Customizable screens for more powerful personalization|
|RF control for devices inside closed cabinets||RF system included||RF Wireless Extender sold separately|
|Bright LCD color display|
|One-touch controls for multiple activities||Watch TV||Watch TV|
|Always growing database of 225,000+ devices—works with what you own today and tomorrow|
|Simple online setup with PC or Mac (Windows XP, Vista or 7 or Intel-based Mac OS X 10.4.8 or later)|
|Live support if you hit a snag|
|Help button so you're never stuck|
|How many devices can it control?||3||4||5||6||15||15||15|
Top Customer Reviews
While trying to figure out why the desktop software refused to recognize the 200, I finally (duh!) noticed the note in the software about 200s. It said to log in to "myharmony.com" to program it. Drag, but okay.
* First I had to create yet ANOTHER account, apparently for "myharmony.com" (why is everything "mine"?).
* Next I had to download 12 megabytes of *something* -- I still don't know what it was because the desktop shortcut it created is the url to myharmony.com -- and "install" it.
* Then the "software" opened *another* browser window, and FROZE both windows. Apparently it doesn't like Google Chrome.
* To try it in Firefox, I had to "install" the "software" AGAIN. This time, it ran. Slowly.
Then the "software" (all 2 browser windows of it) recognized and imported exactly 3 devices from my One device configuration, none of which was my TV set. Apparently it didn't like my 1 year old Toshiba LED TV. Bad sign.
The "software" that you must use to program this device is horrendously slow, ponderous, and poorly designed. It uses Microsoft Silverlight -- an abomination that I try to avoid on all of my computers where possible. As mentioned above, it has issues with Google Chrome. I don't know if it has issues with some types/models of television sets, I didn't have it long enough to find out. I sent it back.
This remote may work fine for you if you aren't used to the desktop software, and you normally use Firefox or Internet Explorer.
The reason I wrote this review was to hopefully help others who had the same problem I did. When I opened up the remote to check the batteries before setup I noticed one of them was leaking so I replaced both of them...then I couldn't get the remote to work with my device at all. The 3 buttons across the top (TV, Cable, DVD) would just blink and nothing would happen. I figured out through a help forum that it had gone into "safe mode" and to fix it all you need to do is remove the batteries, then press and hold "2" while replacing the batteries. Works perfectly now!!
The only way to set up the remote is through USB and a web application. Silverlight is required, and Linux machines are not supported. My remote would not be recognized when I plugged it in, even after trying two different computers, three different operating systems (linux, XP, vista), two different USB cords, and two different browsers (IE, Firefox). I most likely received a faulty device; however, I found support forums with people having the same issue.
Also, Logitech does not offer free phone support. I filed an email claim, and am waiting on their response. I will update this review when I hear back.
Bottom line, if you can get this working, it's probably nice. However, mine is most likely going to be sent back.
The remote was stuck in safe mode! I finally did a Google search of what the flashing buttons on the remote meant. For anyone experiencing this problem: while holding the "2" button, take the batteries out and put them back in. The lights on the remote will stop flashing, and your remote will magically be recognized by your computer.