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Sony RMVLZ620 Universal Remote Control (Black)
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- Learning function for expanded AV equipment control
- It controls up to 8 AV components
- It has 12 one-touch system control functions (macros)
- It controls TV, VCR, DVD on-screen menu
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The RM-VLZ620 provides centralized control of all of your Audio Video devices, saving the trouble of operating other A/V devices with different remote controls. To use with non-Sony A/V devices, or Sony devices that are not preset at the factory , you need to set the manufacturer’s code for each device to any of the eight Device Select buttons. You can centralize control of all of your Sony devices and can also control non-Sony devices. You can teach the RM-VLZ620 new functions and perform a consecutive procedure by simply pressing one button.
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About 6 months ago the green TV power button stopped working, which isn't too big of a deal because it can still be turned on by pressing tv and then the other power button. I expect it died first because it suffered the most use. About 2 months ago I started having a bit of a hard time getting the device buttons to work properly - they always do, but a lot of times you have to push pretty hard to get them to light up so the remote will switch functions. Changing the batteries has made no difference, so I can only assume that the remote is dying.
I'm not sure what the life expectancy is for a universal remote. Three years seems a little short, although it gets a ton of use and would probably last much longer if I was willing to fiddle with the slow buttons. Regardless, this little guy has been an excellent value for the investment.
On the minus side, if you use it a lot, after a couple of years, a button or two may start getting flaky i.e. not responding every time it is pressed. That's what happens with mine at the main TV that gets significant use; the one at the secondary TV that hardly gets used is fine after several years. Considering the price, replacing it every couple of years may still be cheaper than having some other remotes. Over the years, I have replaced mine a few times, each time looking carefully at the competition, and each time deciding that this one is the best for me. If it consistently lasted at least 3 years with no trouble, it would get 5 stars from me. Also, there is another, fairly minor, issue: the learning capability requires new or almost new batteries; the remote will not learn properly with halfway used batteries. They mention this in the manual, and I initially thought it is an exaggeration, but it definitely is not - do not even bother trying with old batteries.