Logitech Harmony 650 Remote (Silver) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Replaces up to 5 other remotes, reducing complexity and clutter in your living room.
- Supports 5000+ brands, including devices you own today and add tomorrow.
- Simple online setup using your PC, live customer support available.
- Bright color screen shows your favorite-channel icons plus commands for easy navigation.
- One-click activity buttons like "Watch a DVD" automatically switch the right devices to the right settings.
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- Brand Name: Logitech
- Model Number: 915-000114
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Width: 5.40 inches
- Item Display Weight: 0.00 pounds
From the Manufacturer
Now your favorite channels and activities are only one button click away
|Harmony 650 Remote |
|•||Universal control of 5 devices|
|•||Works with equipment you own now and add later|
|•||Color screen displays commands and your favorite channels|
|•||Activity buttons turn on the right devices with one touch|
It's a snap to set up right from
One click to show time Having a home theater system is all about relaxing. After a busy day, you just want to drop down on the couch, press a button and start the show. But, juggling all the remotes and equipment settings can be anything but relaxing. The Logitech Harmony 650 makes entertainment simple again for you and everyone in your home. It replaces a pile of remotes with the only one you need. And you get right to your movie, music or favorite channel in one click.
Colorful command screen
Click-and-go activity buttons
Control 5 devices from 5000+ brands
Guided online setup
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What's In The Box?Package Contents
Top Customer Reviews
The Harmony 650 remote seems to be a scaled back version of the Harmony One. The main differences are no touchscreen , no rechargeable battery and the 650 can only hold 5 devices in memory. If this isn't too limiting, then read on. Also, if you consider yourself even mildly computer illiterate, perhaps another type of universal remote would serve your needs better. Most of the complaints about Logitech remotes revolve around people's difficulty getting their software to work. (it works, you just need to learn it)
With this remote you can control 5 different devices in any combination you need. You set up 'Activities' based on what you want the remote to control, such as "Watch TV" and the Harmony 650 will control all the functions for your TV, Cable Box or DVR , Amp, etc. (or CD player, or Blu Ray, or... well, you get the idea)
What's in the box? You get the remote of course, plus a quick start guide, two AA batteries and the included micro 'B' USB cable you connect to your computer to program and update the remote settings using software you must download first from Harmony's website.
You DO require a computer and reasonable internet connection to initially set up and use this remote. Once it is set up you are good to go, but over time you will find other things you will wish to customize and then another trip to your computer will become necessary. Also, if you at first have trouble getting things to work the way you want, you will be making quite a few trips to your computer to sort it all out. Do not worry, mastering the software does take a bit of time, more for some, less for others.Read more ›
My husband was excited to get this remote control. It is fancy looking with a metallic pewter finish on top (black on bottom). The buttons are well marked and the screen is just the right brightness - good enough in bright light but doesn't blind you if all the lights are out. Our TV and movie watching setup is complicated - or at least it was. There were all sorts of buttons to push and settings to change before the movie would play and all the home theater speakers would kick in. Now, I just push one button and that's all it takes.
When I say one button, I mean it. There are some deep maroon colored buttons toward the very front/top of the remote that are the key features. The ones we've put to use are 1) watch TV, 2) watch a movie, and 3) listen to music. How do these work? You have to go on the internet to Logitech's website and program this remote control (it comes with a USB cord that you can use). On the website, you pick your models of TV, DVD, tuner, etc. There are over 5000 in their library, so they claim everyone should be able to find a match to their equipment. The Logitech site prompts you to answer any questions about settings that may need to be turned on or changed in order to watch TV or movies. You don't have to figure it out - just answer the questions. From that initial programming, the remote knows what to do. The quick start guide (which my husband usually skips) was short and helpful so maybe people will actually use it. Dimensions: 9"x 2.5", with an ergonomic rounding at the base.
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Logitech packed everything you need to get going with this remote. The remote, two vacuum-sealed batteries, USB cord & user manual. To get started, here was my experience:
1. Went to the Logitech website at the URL recommended in order to download a simple, free software package to my computer.
2. I plugged into my computer the now battery-filled remote, using the enclosed USB cord.
3. I ran the Logitech software, which took me through the setup process step by step. Before long I was off and running with my multiple-use remote ready to go. All of my equipment was working, even the separate stereo, which isn't connected to my TV/VCR/DVD players.
As this isn't a cheap remote that you'd buy at the grocery store checkout counter, you really do need to allot the 45 minutes that the user guide recommends for setup time. I could have taken less time, but I wanted to get as many devices engaged as I could.
A few tips: Make sure you have the Manufacturer & Model # ready for each piece of equipment you're programming into the remote. Also, while I had no problem getting this set up, this remote is not for those who are seriously technology-shy. The software was easy to follow and laid out really well, but I could easily see my 65 year-old mother having trouble (or at least taking alot of time) to get it programmed. You need to know some techie terms-- for example, is your VCR hooked up via a Line 1 outlet?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For the price it beats the hell out of their pricier models. The two AA batteries seem to last forever. I get 6 months at least. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Expidia
Just found this in my account, must have forgotten to give it a review. Still use out and it works fine. It is a few years old sho I sure there's address newer models out now.Published 1 month ago by Ray Rokni
Another great product from logitech. Easy to program and works intuitively.Published 1 month ago by Gorfalamue
Miserable customer service, always have to press the help button and go through several screens until desired function is on.Published 1 month ago by mirceani
Have had mine since it came out years ago and it's still going strong. I love mine so much I bought one for my parents, I set it up in about 10 minutes to all of their devices and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Nieski
As others have written, this is a versatile, easy to program an easy to use universale remote. The problem is that the membrane technology of the buttons fails after a period of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by WG Thomas
I bought this to replace my aging Harmony One, as the like model is a ridiculous price. There are just enough quirks for me to say it's not a patch one the One. Read morePublished 1 month ago by H