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Logitech 915-000162 Harmony 700 Rechargeable Remote with Color Screen (Black) [Discontinued by Manufacturer]
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- Rechargeable design keeps your remote charged and ready for up to a week - no batteries to buy or replace
- Brilliant color screen displays favorite-channel icons and commands for easy selection
- One-touch activity buttons automatically turn on all the right devices for instant access to TV, DVDs, music and more
- Replaces multiple remotes with universal control of up to 6 different components
- Supports virtually any home-entertainment component, including over 250,000 devices from over 5,000 brands
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Logitech Harmony 700 is the rechargeable remote that's simple to set up and use. It can go a week between charges, so you won't be looking for batteries when you want to watch TV. Its color screen can show icons for your favorite channels as well as the commands you need for the devices you're using. And its one-click activity buttons automatically turn on the right components and select the right settings depending on what you want to do. It replaces six other remotes and supports 5000+ brands and 225,000+ devices, so you can be confident it will work with what you own today, and the things you'll add in the future.
From the Manufacturer
|Logitech Harmony 700 |
One touch changes everything—with charged and ready control
*Online setup required
|Easy to recharge |
|Bright color command screen |
See just what you need—even in the dark:
|One-click activity buttons |
|Controls six devices |
You can say goodbye to that jumble of remotes cluttering the coffee table—and the complexities that come with them.
|Supports 5,000+ electronics brands |
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|Simple setup |
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| What's in the box? || What you need |
|Which Logitech Harmony Remote Is Right For You?|
|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
|Harmony Link |
Turns your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch or Android smartphone into a touch screen remote
|Control Features||Harmony 650||Harmony 700||Harmony One||Harmony 900||Harmony 1100||Harmony Link|
|TV listings with one-touch access to shows||iPad only|
|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||IR mini blaster included|
|Touch screen||On mobile device|
|Bright LCD color display||On mobile device|
|One-touch controls for multiple activities|
|Always growing database of 225,000+ devices—works with what you owntoday 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?||5||6||15||15||15||8|
Add to your Harmony remote and do even more.
| Logitech Harmony Adapter for PlayStation 3 |
Get one-touch control of all 51 PS3 functions using any Harmony remote. The Bluetooth wireless connection lets you access your PlayStation 3 games and movies without leaving the couch.
|Logitech Harmony IR Extender System |
Control entertainment devices neatly hidden away inside a closed cabinet or closet. This plug-and-play system lets you extend the reach of Logitech Harmony or any infrared remote—even through solid wood or glass doors.
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I bought A URC MX-500 learning remote probably 12 years ago and it worked fine until I managed to drop it into a bowl of water. I hadn't kept up with the advances technology and didn't realize these even existed. As expected when I called URC they couldn't be bothered, nor do they support discontinued models like the one I wanted - not the case with Logitech Harmony. Not only do they support them, they answered my cautious pre-sale questions patiently and professionally. The only question I had about its use they handled the same way. Great support.
I won't expound on the other reviews here but add to them: Learning remotes are pointed at the original remotes to learn their frequencies. You
can use the pre-programmed codes, but that's hit or miss and often incomplete. Macros, or "activities" as Logitech calls them, are one button commands sent out as a series of commands from the components so you can press one button and turn on everything you want as a "macro."
My previous learning remote worked well but learning it was tedious - the instructions complete but cryptic. Programming macros have to be exact and you have enter each command or function manually that you carefully entered under each component previously. If you mess up or miss one function you have to start over. Not only that but you have to enter "pauses" or "delays" in the right places for some macro commands because some need to warm-up before the others can be entered. I must have spent 16 hours or so before I got everything right. Changing or adding something later required looking up all the steps again.
The Logitech Harmony 700 IS A COMPUTER! After downloading the appropriate "MyHarmony software" you enter the model numbers or manufacturer's name of each device and it imports all the functions for you. They claim they have the data for over 225,000 different devices and I believe it. (Go on their website and verify all your devices before hand.) I even added an ancient Ipod player device and they had it.Their ads claims you can have up to (6) devices, but but you can have (8) ! (This is where you have to be exact as with any computer entries. Entering one wrong number or description may result in adding a similar device with the wrong functions.) You then set up to 23 Activities with the ability to name each one or rename the existing ones. They ask you which devices are part of each activity and then verify which aren't. The setup is easy with excellent graphics and text. You then add favorite TV channels assigned to the device that use for this. Changes to the Activities, Devices, or channels can easily done done with clear and simple instructions within the software.
Perhaps the greatest surprise was that the functions assigned to all the buttons on the 700 were intuitive and clear, with almost all functions there within each device. Finally you can easily customize each button as you wish. The initial setup took less than an hour (being careful). I have since spent only several hours tweaking to my great satisfaction. (This does pre-suppose you understand all the functions imported as the MyHarmony software will import them exactly as the manufacturer describes. You can then add, eliminate, or change the order.) The remote has a motion sensor that will turn of the display when not used and immediately come back on when you pick it up.
In conclusion this is the only product I've ever bought I would actually gladly pay more than retail again. BRAVO!
Our overpriced-to-replace TV remote had broken and we got tired of putting alleged super strong tape on it numerous times that never lasted. All this took was some time to fully appreciate how great this product is by getting to know how to use it after being familiar with the regular remotes for years. And we finally did.
It easily set up to replace our old remotes. It was getting used to learn how to navigate the screen and remote buttons. Frankly, the remote buttons are similar to our cable box remote. I can't believe we've only now begun using it regularly.
Turn on all your equipment at once - the soundbar, TV and cable box in our case. Or just turn on one at a time if some are already on. I don't have the Blu Ray set up to auto turn on, but again, that's just as easily turned on once you get used to a new navigation which is not very difficult to learn unless you can't be bothered, or can't remember stuff. I got the main stuff down, so if I can do it, anybody can.
It's rechargeable. No more batteries dying and needing to be replaced. The charge lasts quite a long time.
Unlike our other remotes, when you pick up the Harmony, the screen lights right up making this easy to use in the dark.
The only thing I miss from using my TV remote is the pointer, which made it quick and simple for navigation just clicking on the TV screen icons. But compared to everything this does, all in one device, I definitely prefer this Harmony over switching between 4 remotes!
Another great thing was it was inexpensive, dollars more than just our LG TV remote replacement.
In short, there's little to miss by getting this instead of the Harmony One. I don't miss the touch screen - in fact, the buttons on the 700 are much easier to locate with your fingers and press, while the touch screen on the One requires careful finger placement. Programming from the Harmony One was loaded into the 700 without change.
Battery life thus far seems good, and after using it for a week it still was working great but we plugged it back into the supplied USB charger anyway. The battery compartment does get warm on charge - I hope this is not an indicator that the batteries are being overcharged which would reduce their life span, but at least they are readily available standard AA rechargables.
I like the dedicated activity buttons on the top of the 700, though oddly they are not illuminated like all the other keys on the unit.
A definite plus over the One is the inclusion of 4 colored buttons - no flipping thru the touch screen to access short cuts anymore for my DirecTV DVR or Panasonic Blu-ray player.
The only thing I miss as compared to the Harmony One is the charging cradle. For this and the non-illuminating activity buttons I'd rate this as a 4.5 out of 5 - tho Amazon's rating forces me to choose either 4 or 5.