Logitech Harmony 650 Infrared All in One Remote Control, Universal Remote, Programmable Remote (Silver)
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- Support for 8 devices is enabled at software setup - replaces up to 8 remotes, reducing complexity and clutter in your living room
- Bright color screen shows your channel favorite icons plus commands for easy navigation
- One-touch Activity buttons like "Watch a DVD" automatically switch the right devices to the right settings
- Compatible with 225,000+ devices from 5000+ brands, including devices you own today and add tomorrow
- Simple online setup using your PC or Mac
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Logitech Harmony 650 Universal Remote Control
One touch changes everything—with bright and brilliant control
Say goodbye to juggling remotes and complicated equipment settings. With a bright color screen, one-click activity buttons, and control of five devices, Harmony 650 lets you access TV, movies and music effortlessly—even in the dark. Learn more about Harmony remotes >
Replaces up to 5 Remotes
- Works with devices you own now and add later
- Color screen displays commands and favorite channels
- Activity buttons turn on the right devices with one touch
Color Command Screen
- Favorite channel icons: Jump right to your top news, sports and movie channels
- Quick commands: Instantly see and select commands for whatever devices you're using
- Smart display: Get on-screen help at the touch of a button
World’s Most Compatible
- Online database supports over 225,000 devices from more than 5,000 brands
- Compatible with components you own today and add tomorrow
One-touch activity buttons
- Press “Watch DVD” or “Listen to Music” and all the right devices turn on in the right order
- Easy for anyone in the family to use
Simple guided setup
- Connect the remote to your computer—online software walks you through quick setup
- No need to enter endless equipment codes into your remote
Controls eight entertainment devices
- Replaces up to eight remotes: Say goodbye to a jumble of remotes cluttering up the coffee table
- No more complicated instruction lists of what to turn on and what buttons to select
What's in the Box
- Logitech Harmony 650 Remote
- USB cable
- 2 AA batteries
- User documentation
What You Need
- Windows-based PC
- Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP
- USB port
- Internet access
- Mac OS X 10.6 or later
- USB port
- Internet access
Which Harmony Remote Is Right For You?
|Control that's bright and brilliant||Turns your smartphone into a Harmony remote||One-touch advanced customized control||Advanced control of game consoles and hidden devices|
|Color touch screen remote with advanced customization1|| || |
|Rechargeable with included charging station|| || |
|Turn your smartphone into a Harmony remote2|| || |
|Control devices behind cabinet doors and walls|| || |
|Control Wii, PS33, Xbox 360, Xbox One gaming consoles||Xbox 360, Xbox One||Wii, PS33, Xbox 360, Xbox One||Xbox 360, Xbox One||Wii, PS33, Xbox 360, Xbox One|
|One-touch control for multiple activities|| || || || |
|Keyboard with touchpad simplifies text entry and searches on Internet-connected entertainment devices|
|Help button so you're never stuck|| ||On smart device|| || |
|Online setup for remote with PC or Mac (Windows 8, 7, Vista, Windows XP or Intel-based Mac OS X 10.6 or later)|| ||Optional mobile setup (see "What you need")|| || |
|How many devices can it control?||8||8||15||15|
1 After initial online setup
2 Compatible with iOS 6.0 or later and Android 4.0 or later
3 PS3 requires included USB receiver for text entry
Top Customer Reviews
Use for :TV , DVR, Bluray(w/Netflix), soundbar
so basically its 4 items, each with various advanced features.
I had no issues with set-up.
I did have to do a customized button function for the DVR 'recorded shows' button, and I had to manually sync my sound bar following the pretty easy directions...but, let me just say it was easy for *me* , maybe a little too complex for say, my parents who are not gadget savvy. Or even my wife (hope she doesnt read this)
This remote CAN and WILL simplify your remote control experience, but it does require some level of geek savvy when it comes to programming and especially troubleshooting.
It helps GREATLY to UNDERSTAND how the remote operates.
when you press DVD ON, understand everything that goes on in order for you to switch from TV watch mode to DVD watch.
The remote will, step by step, and in order, send a different signal to each component. Not simultaneously. Step by step.
You need to keep the remote *aiming* at your component(s) through the entire process..as it will..power on dvd....set input...etc. It could be as many as 4 successive steps with just 1 button being pressed...So, it could take about 10 LONG seconds (I'm used to it now)
You have to keep remote aiming properly during this time...So often I have seen people press the WATCH TV button and then put the remote down once the TV turn on...NOPE...thats asking for trouble...you SHOULD KEEP AIMING IT for about 10 long seconds....and hopefully all your components are roughly in the same direction of where u are aiming. For most people thats not an issue. But worth noting.Read more ›
My main reason for purchasing the 650 was due to the fact I hate the newer Logitech remotes that use smart phones to work. I want a remote, not a smart phone to control my equipment. I downloaded the software, hooked up the remote to my Macbook, and was able to load the config from my previous remotes into the 650 with no problems. Took a total of 10 mins and I had a fully configured functional remote. I control a Toshiba TV, PS3 (through the adapter), Phillips DVR, Panasonic 5 disk DVD, & a Denon receiver. Before I purchased it I was concerned that the smaller screen would be a problem, but it turns out that the hardware buttons on top make up easily for the smaller screen. The remote works great for what I use it for and I would recommend it for anyone that is looking for a remote to replace their older Logitech.
--Remote Assistant. If you start an activity and it fails to complete properly, the Help button brings up an interactive question set that pinpoints which portion of the activity failed, then the remote corrects it. In my experience this works flawlessly in correcting errors in activity launches.
--Remote database. This appears to be quite comprehensive; it had my Anthem 500 AVR, which is a relatively new product and far from mainstream in popularity.
--Ergonomics. Button placement is logical and uncluttered. Button responsiveness is just right. Backlighting is effective without being intrusive.
--IR learning. Easily learned everything I threw at it.
One last point I'll make, echoing a previous review: If you are tech-savvy and want the maximum programming flexibility with this remote, don't use the myHarmony site to set it up. Download the Harmony Remote software and use it instead. It's not quite as pretty as the myHarmony interface, but it has loads of additional features, such as the ability to append additional functions to the end of an activity.
I was confused by some of the negative reviews of this product, since I feel it is excellent. I think at least some of the negative comments arose from failure to fully explore the software for this remote in order to learn what it can do. For anyone who doesn't have an excessively complicated hardware setup, I think this would be hard to beat.
The remote worked to turn on my TV and switch between activities, but failed to properly set the correct source (TV, HDMI1, HDMI2) after being turned off. I searched the internet and found a suggestion to increase the Power-On Delay for my Samsung TV from the 7.2sec default setting. I needed to use a 10sec. Power-On Delay setting to get the TV to turn on, wait for the delay, and then reliably set the correct source. I also set the Inter-Device Delay from its .5sec. default setting to 1.0sec. Logitech provides NO instructions online for making these changes. To change these two settings you need to manually hold down the `Help' button on the remote for five seconds and then select the device you want to change. The rest is pretty straight forward, but it took searching the Internet to even find out that I need to make these changes, so I am deducting ½ Star from my Amazon rating.
Next I created a Netflix activity for my Panasonic BDP-DMT220 Blu-ray player. On the first try it stopped at the `Internet' screen and did not properly accept the `Netflix' IR command. I went back into the online program selected `Customize this Activity' and then added a delay before the Netflix IR command, which required 5sec. This is probably a requirement for setup of functions with any Blu-ray player.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sync flakes out often but the support guy said that if you get to 99%, it's done anyway. Wish I could configure from remote for better customer service.Published 6 hours ago by d.d.dudes.dad
Great product, connected to all my devices (TV, cable box, Sound Bar, etc.) Love that it lights up when i touch it because I don't like watching movie's with lights on int he... Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Kerri
Some will take this comment as a positive, but it was a negative experience for me. The remote is so dang complicated. Hook it up to your computer to assign each button. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Amazon Customer
The Harmony 650 loads initially very easily but do not make a mistake. The Remote cannot be modified and re-sync'ed. The remote will not allow you to modify the button function.Published 1 day ago by D. Chapman
Genuinely awful. I was a big fan for years and had bought 3. Two of the 3 just failed in the last 10 days with a weird software failure that cannot be reset using the Logitech... Read morePublished 1 day ago by JP Benya
Love it and can't live without it. I use it with my TV and intel NUC6i7KYK, it works great. I able to start both TV and intel NUC with it and start Kodi and operate kodi. Read morePublished 1 day ago by AD
The product was as expected from Logitech but there was no instructions about going to their web site for operation set up.Published 1 day ago by Paul S.