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UEI NevoS70 Universal Remote Control Reviewed

UEI NevoS70 Universal Remote Control Reviewed

By Adrienne Maxwell

Overall Rating
4.5 Stars
 

Forget simple, normal, basic remotes. The new NevoS70 from UEI offers a big 3.5-inch touch screen, lots of on-board memory, and even has built-in Wi-Fi so you can get content on the remote itself. Adrienne Maxwell tests it out. Read More

 
Philips Pronto TSU9400 Universal Remote Control Reviewed

Philips Pronto TSU9400 Universal Remote Control Reviewed

By Adrienne Maxwell

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

The new TSU9400 from Philips is a big, high-end remote control with a 3.5-inch LCD, IR (but RF-capable) and even has RS-232 and Wi-Fi. It's sold by custom retailers, so they'll program it for you. We give it a full test here on HomeTheaterReview.com. Read More

 
Monster AVL300 Universal Remote Control Reviewed

Monster AVL300 Universal Remote Control Reviewed

By Adrienne Maxwell

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

Expanding from their endless lines of cables, Monster has several universal remote controls. The AVL300 has a 2.3-inch LCD, uses IR (but is RF-capable), and even has a rechargeable battery. Adrienne Maxwell sees how well it stacks up compared to Logitech and URC. Read More

 
Harmony RF Wireless Extender Reviewed

Harmony RF Wireless Extender Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
5 Stars
 

Want to put your gear in a rack? Or in a closet? Or maybe it's behind you and you're tired of pointing the remote over your shoulder. If you're also the owner (or soon to be the owner) of a Logitech/Harmony 1000 or 890, the RF Wireless Extender converts control signals to RF. Read More

 
Harmony 670 Universal Remote Control Reviewed

Harmony 670 Universal Remote Control Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4.5 Stars
 

Though it doesn't have the full-color LCD that its bigger brothers have, the 670 from Harmony has plenty of features to justify its price. Like many other Harmony remotes, it can control up to 15 devices. Ken Taraszka pushes some backlit buttons. Read More

 
Harmony 550 Universal Remote Control Reviewed

Harmony 550 Universal Remote Control Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4.5 Stars
 

Lacking the sexy shape of most Harmony remotes, the 550 instead offers high-value features for its low cost. Lots of hard buttons to control multiple devices. It can be programmed via computer, if desired. It can even control IR lighting systems. Read More

 
Harman Kardon Take Control TC 30 Remote Control Reviewed

Harman Kardon Take Control TC 30 Remote Control Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

Logitech, Philips, and URC dominate the universal remote control market, but they're not the only entries. Audio giant Harman Kardon enters the fray with the TC 30. Generous buttons, a color LCD screen, and a rechargeable battery are just the beginning of its features. Read More

 
Universal Remote URC-300 Customizer and MRF-100 Expander Reviewed

Universal Remote URC-300 Customizer and MRF-100 Expander Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

URC's URC-300 isn't the most attractive remote, but it is easy to use. Even better, the MRF-100 RF expander receives RF signals from the 300 and converts them to IR for your gear. We take a look to see how it performs for today's top performing home theaters. Read More

 
Universal Electronics One for All Kameleon Remote Reviewed

Universal Electronics One for All Kameleon Remote Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

As cool as flat screens are, remotes still look like remotes. But not the Kameleon. It's nearly flat, and features a cool button design that's a cross between a touchscreen and hard buttons. As cool as it looks, it has features to back it up for a modern home theater system. Read More

 
Philips TSU500 Prontoneo Universal Remote Control Reviewed

Philips TSU500 Prontoneo Universal Remote Control Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

A big touchscreen dominates the rectangular TSU500. It's got robust learning and macro capabilities, and won't break the bank. How does it hold up compared to the more expensive options from Logitech, Universal Remote Control and Philips itself? We find out. Read More