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Sony PS3 Media/Blu-ray Disc Remote Control

Platform : PlayStation 3
4.4 out of 5 stars 1,412 customer reviews

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  • Controls your PlayStation 3, TV, and audio system*
  • Enhanced controls for your Blu-ray disc movies, streaming movies and music
  • Compatible with popular services available on PS3 system such as Netflix
  • Switch between 2D and 3D mode on 3D TVs**
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Product Description

The PlayStation 3 Blu-ray remote control enables users streamlined access to the PlayStation 3 system's disc features. Unlike standard infrared remotes, the Blu-ray remote control uses Bluetooth technology so it can be used without ever having to point directly at the PlayStation 3 system. *** Remote comes in sealed blister package , manual and batteries included ***

Product Information

ASIN B0050SX9I2
Release date October 24, 2011
Customer Reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars 1,412 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,944 in videogames
Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
Product Dimensions 10 x 3.5 x 2.5 inches
Media: Video Game
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From the Manufacturer

Access The Endless Entertainment Options

Enjoy the convenience of having one remote which controls the endless entertainment options of your TV, audio*, and PS3 system. Whether you are watching a movie, listening to music, or browsing through photos on your PS3 system, the official remote control allows you to easily navigate and control your entertainment.

Intuitive controls for your movies, music, and photos
Controls most TVs, Sony Amps, and your PS3 system
Easy Access and Sony amp controls
Key Features
  • Controls your PlayStation 3, TV, and audio system*
  • Enhanced controls for your Blu-ray disc movies, streaming movies and music
  • Compatible with popular services available on PS3 system such as Netflix
  • Switch between 2D and 3D mode on 3D TVs**

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This is more of a tutorial on how to set up your HDTV and PS3. I had a difficult time setting those up due to the fact that if you follow the instructions exactly the way they describe, it does not work. I had to figure it out through trial and error. So, inorder to minimize any frustrations of syncing your HDTV and PS3, follow these words exactly.

Syncing your remote with your PS3 is easy, you don't really need instructions but here it is...Simply go into your XMB under "Accessory Settings" under "Register BD Remote Control" and follow the onscreen prompt.
Now that's done, go into "System Settings" under "Control for HDMI" and turn if "OFF"!
The PS3 remote uses both Bluetooth technology as well as IR technology (Infrared).
Finally, point the remote directly to your HDTV and clear out any obstructions. Now, this is where it gets tricky. You must FIRST, HOLD DOWN the clear "TV" button which is under "DEVICES". Then SECOND, HOLD DOWN the "CLEAR" button under number 7 which is a "DOT". Hold down those two buttons for a few seconds then let go of the buttons. The clear "TV" button should be BLINKING! Now input the numbers listed on the back of the manual one by one. For example my Samsung is 301,302,303, and 304. Press (number), then press "ENTER" which is located on the very center of the remote. For me, 301 worked but I couldn't go into my TV's menu therefore I tried 302 and 303 and none of those worked at all however 304 worked perfectly. Programming your AMP is the same as your HDTV, just follow the above steps.

If you have your HDTV's correct number programmed, you should be able to change volumes without pressing the clear "TV" button everytime you want to change volumes.
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If you threw away your instructions, here are some of the more popular remote codes for TV:

Sony: 201
Hitachi: 215, 216, 217, 218
Insignia: 347, 348, 349
JVC: 241, 242, 243
LG: 305, 306, 307, 308, 309
Mitsubishi: 219, 220, 221
Panasonic: 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 261
Samsung: 301, 302, 303, 304
Sanyo: 225, 226, 227, 228
Sharp: 222, 223, 224
Toshiba: 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214
Vizio: 281, 282
Zenith: 264, 265
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Amidst the hustle and bustle of moving to a new place, I lost the remote for my Samsung TV. Instead of getting a new remote for Samsung, I decided to give this PS3 remote a try. It worked out perfectly.

Programming is a standard fare for a universal remote in this price range -- you find your TV's model from the manual, and enter the corresponding code into the remote. There were 4 different codes for Samsung TV, and I had to try them one by one, and as my luck would have it, it was the last one I tried that worked for my TV. But once the correct code was entered, it worked beautifully. Not only did it handle the basic functions like volume, channel, and input selection, the remote could even navigate the TV's setting menu, which I found to be a very pleasant surprise. Pressing the Subtitle button (the one you would normally press while watching DVD/Bluray) while the remote is in TV mode let me turn on/off the Closed Caption function of my Samsung television too. I have absolutely zero need for a Samsung remote now.

And of course, pairing the remote with my PS3 was a cinch. All in all, from unwrapping the packaging, to inserting the included 2xAAA batteries into the remote, to pairing it with PS3, and to finding the right code for my TV, the whole set-up process took maybe 10 minutes. Probably less.

I should mention that I've been a console gamer for 20+ years now. That is to say, using a game controller like the PS3 controller is a second nature to me. I have no problem using the DVD/Bluray function with the PS3 controller. But my guests don't share my familiarity with the PS3 controller, and that was the primary reason why I decided to get this remote.
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I did not think I needed yet another remote control because I thought the six-axis had everything it needed for movie playing on the PS3 and, yet, I bought one. There were 2 initial reasons:

- my wife was missing a 'magic wand' shaped remote for playing movies
- Amazon had it at a great price in one of them lightning deals

I ended up using it myself and, in fact, using it for more than just movie playing - see below.

But, let's do a quick inventory of features:

= It's blue-tooth enabled and, therefore, it's not taking any ports on your PS3. This is probably important for anyone who has a "2-USB ports console".
= It's wand-shaped, allowing the non-gamers to control their movie-watching activities while holding a familiar-shaped device in their hand.
= It maps ALL the six-axis buttons and performs everything a six-axis would do, except for the joystick features of R3 and L3 (but you do have the push-down or 'click' abilities for them).
= Includes additional buttons that the movie-only users would expect on a remote such as:
+ a number pad
+ eject
+ red, green, blue, yellow buttons
+ play, stop, pause
+ slow(step), scan(left/right), prev/next
+ display, top menu, pop up menu, return
+ subtitles, angle, audio
= 2 AA battery powered (still with the original Sony batteries after 4 months of use)

What is interesting about this remote is that you can use it for much more than movie-playing. Given that it has all the six-axis buttons, guess what?
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