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RCA RCRPS06GR 6 Device Universal Remote
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- Go to your favorite TV and satellite or cable channels instantly! Like presets on a car radio, RCA Universal Remotes with Presets let you set your favorites, then go to them with a single button press.
- And like all RCA remotes, this 6-device remote is simple to program and easy to use, with advanced functionality for more sophisticated home theater setups and codes that support the latest home theater devices, including streaming players.
- Preset channel capability lets you program your 10 favorite channels for TV and satellite or cable
- Master power lets you automatically turn all your programmed devices on or off
- Audio input and TV input keys make it easy to manage your home theater components
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|Item Dimensions||11 x 3 x 3 in||1 x 1 x 1 in||4 x 6 x 2 in||11 x 1.5 x 4.5 in||1.26 x 4.69 x 10.6 in||1.42 x 11.14 x 4.61 in|
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Go to your favorite TV and satellite or cable channels instantly! Like presets on a car radio, RCA Universal Remotes with Presets let you set your favorites, then go to them with a single button press. And like all RCA remotes, this 6-device remote is simple to program and easy to use, with advanced functionality for more sophisticated home theater setups and codes that support the latest home theater devices, including streaming players. Preset channel capability lets you program your 10 favorite channels for TV and satellite or cable Master power lets you automatically turn all your programmed devices on or off Audio input and TV input keys make it easy to manage your home theater components Learning capability lets you capture functions from your original component remotes Macro capability (up to 6 activities) simplifies multi-step routines (like watching a DVD) into a single step
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1. Works great in my application! I am using it to control my bedroom AV system. I did not want to spend Logitech Harmony money on this system. I do have a Harmony 650 for my living room home theatre and I love it, I just didn't want to spend that much on my bedroom system. Plus, a harmony would be a bit of an overkill in this application.
2. "Advanced Audio Punch Through" works great. This allows volume control via the last audio component selected. Therefore, if you last pressed the TV button it will control TV volume, BUT, if you last pressed AUDIO it will control your audio component's volume instead of the TV. This is great if your system has an AV receiver or soundbar. This is the reason I bought this remote as I have an older Sony 5.1 receiver in my bedroom that I needed to control the volume with this remote.
3. IR Range is excellent and really more than enough for my bedroom system. You don't really have to point the remote directly at a device for it work.
THE SO SO
1. Although this remote does have macros allowing you to program in a sequence of commands to one key, it does not have activity functions like a Harmony. I do miss the activity functions, but selecting the device I want to control and using "Advanced Audio Punch Through" is working well in my system. If you like the activity functionality of a Harmony - which allows you to turn on and off certain components for a specific activity - you may not be thrilled with this remote. I mainly use a Roku in my bedroom and didn't need the activity functionality.
2. This remote does have a backlight feature that is plenty bright. However, it only comes on when you press the illuminate button towards the bottom of the remote. There is no switching the back light on so that the remote illuminates with every key press. My older RCA universal remote had this feature. I don't really use this feature so it's not a big deal. Others may be disappointed by it's absence.
3. Programming the remote is a bit of a pain. You have to hold down the button for the corresponding device you'd like to program while entering a five digit code. This isn't a huge deal, but was a bit cumbersome. Also, for many of the more major brands there were several codes so you had to go through them to find the right one. Although not as simple and sleek as programming a Harmony this is the typical process for a universal remote.
4. For some reason there is not a code section for blu-ray players included with this remote. It's odd that it has streaming devices but not blu-ray players. Both seem like fairly modern devices for one not to be included. I programmed my remote with a DVD code to control my Samsung blu-ray player. I have not watched a blu-ray using this remote as of yet so I will let you know how this worked. Since using a DVD player code for a blu-ray player seems to work I've put this complaint in the "SO SO" section for now.
1. My main complaint with this remote is its design. To begin with, it feels very flimsy and light in my hand. I worry that it will break with extended use or an accidental drop. Also, it has a VERY glossy surface that is a finger-print magnet and it will likely scratch easily. (stay tuned for updates on that)
2. Along with this, I am also not a huge fan of the key layout. I don't like that most of the playback control buttons are the same shape and size. I am visually impaired and prefer tactile feedback over visual so this is a big drawback to me. I guess I will just have to memorize where the different buttons are located. Fortunately, the volume and channel keys are very distinct. Along with this, the control cross on this remote is very small and it's easy to hit the wrong directional key, or slip off of one and bump the other. Logitech does do a much better job with button layouts on their universal remotes.
Despite these few drawbacks I do still really like this remote. It is a good universal remote at a very affordable price. It is working great for me in my setup. It is, of course, not a Harmony remote; but at a quarter this price it is a great alternative. For these reasons I have given it five stars.
Stay tuned for further updates.
I have been using this remote for several months now and I'm still really liking it. It does what I need it to do and at a good price. I'm happy to report that all my device and macro programming has remained solid even with a battery change. I still don't care for the size and layout of some of the buttons, but they are functional. I still give this product five stars.
A. Don't obseess over initial setup:
Get the best initial setup you can but don't spend too much time
on finding the "perfect" setup code. You can (and should) fill in
missing functions or change existing ones with LEARNING!
After all, you can teach the RCA about FIFTY device-button combos.
For an example, see the "Learning" section at the end of the review.
B. Roku Express / Sling TV
The remote works fine with a Roku Express and Premiere+.
Sling TV is our cable replacement; the only annoyance is that
I accidently press the HOME key when I intend to press Play/Stop -
the HOME key sends me to the ROKU home menu. Some buttons on
the RCA can't be taught; the HOME button is one of them.
B.1 Roku/RCA left/right arrows and REV/FWD buttons
The Roku and RCA remotes treat the left/right arrow buttons
and FWD/REV buttons identically:
<............Go back 10 seconds and resume playing
>............Go forward 30 seconds and resume playing
<<..........(REV) Go back in 10 second increments until OK is pressed
>>..........(FWD) Go forward in 30 second increments until OK is pressed
You COULD leave these actions as is, I found it MUCH more convenient to
use the RCA REV and FWD to emulate the Roku < and > buttons, so navigation
while watching a video uses:
I tried to teach the RCA |<< (SKIP BACK) and >>| (SKIP FWD) buttons
to emulate the RCA << and >> buttons, but the RCA remote wouldn't
learn them. I don't find the "move until stopped" functionality
very useful anyway...
B.2. My Roku Express button assignments:
Roku remote....RCA remote
B.3. Red/Green/Yellow/Blue buttons:
If you use Google Play, Hulu, or NETFLIX You could program the
RCA color buttons fully:
Roku remote....RCA remote
and assign the Roku "*" button to another RCA button (like INFO-OPT).
Learning is very simple although the procedure looks complicated.
Be aware that steps 2 and 5 appear to be identical, but are not!
Step 2 sets the DEVICE (TV/DVD/etc.),
step 5 sets the BUTTON you're programming.
C.1 My Sony Blu-ray player:
I set up the "DVD" device button on the remote to control my
Sony Blu-ray player (there was only one setup "code" that worked).
However, the Sony Blu-ray player setup didn't recognize the
right/left/up/down arrow buttons. Wow!
That's a deal breaker you might think. Not a problem.
C.2. Learning Example - teaching the RCA remote the missing Blu-ray player buttons:
To teach the RCA remote to learn the Sony arrow buttons:
a. On the RCA remote: hold down the DVD (device) button, then hold down the
RECORD button until the POWER light stays on.
b. With the Sony and RCA remotes head-to-head, press the left arrow
on the RCA remote, then the left arrow on the Sony remote.
Without doing anything else, I pressed the Sony right button,
then the RCA right button. Cool1
I did the same for the up and down arrows, then finally
pressed the RCA DVD button to end learning.
It took all of 30 seconds to teach the RCA remote the
Sony arrow buttons.
For the price, this is definitely the remote to buy. It takes a little time to get it just right, but once you've got it just right, it's only a step below a dance $50+ remote. I recommend it to anyone looking for a good way to consolidate remotes. I've gone from 5 to 1 and it's made my life easier, so five stars!