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- 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
- Supports over 400 brands
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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 4-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.
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EDIT: I figured out how to manually program the previous channel button and the guide button to work with the Amazon Video Roku app by pointing the stock roku remote at this RCA remote and following RCA's manual programming instructions. I changed my review to 5 stars since the remote is everything I wanted now.
There was a direct entry code for my TV- no problem, had to use 2nd code in list.
Now for the not so easy. The code for the converter box, 53335 did not work at all on the Sat/Cbl/Stream function key or the reassigned DVD/VCR key. Also tried the Auto Code search. I will have to teach the commands from my converter box to the RCA remote. This is where the RCRPS04GR really shines. I won't trash it because it's not as easy to program 1 of the 3 devices I want it to operate. The learning function involves putting the converter remote head to head with the RCA remote, putting the RCA remote in learning mode and duplicating or teaching the converter remote commands to the RCA remote- one key at a time. Takes a while but I think it's worth it to consolidate 3 remotes into one
My TV & Roku are not RCA products but there were codes that work. No working code for my RCA converter box DTA880. I think an RCA remote should have a code that works for an RCA converter box. Loses one star for that.
I am just really thrilled that it was so easy to do the ROKU since mine is an older model.
-Judged purely as a remote the RCA is superior. It has many more specific function buttons and is more sensibly designed.
-The code search function on the RCA relies on your responding device having a modern touch sensitive power button that responds to electronic signals. Unfortunately my old dvd has an actual manual button you press and it's either in/on or out/off. The GE remote only requires that a device be on to learn codes not that a power button respond to it. The GE also has a better search function in that you just turn it on and it will search until it finds something and will let you know by turning the device off. It couldn't be easier The RCA has a more manual, cumbersome search feature where you have to keep ordering it to search. The RCA did not manage to learn a code for my old DVD player at all ( mostly because the DVD has a push button). The GE didn't find the exact code to give it full functionality but it did find a code and can issue some orders to the device. The RCA has a needlessly complicated code learning function that might be more difficult and less effective than other universal remotes on the market.
-The GE uses 4 digit codes. It comes with a long detailed code list but mostly for TVs. The RCA uses 5 digit codes. It comes with a smaller code list but has choices for more different kinds of components. If you know your code and you know if it's 4 or 5 numbers you can make your choice on that basis.
In conclusion if you have an older electronic device with a manual push button, know a 4 digit code for your search device or are relying on an easy learning/code search function then the GE is a better choice. If you have a newer electronic device, know a five digit code or want a remote with lots of specific function buttons and a nicer design go with the RCA.