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  1. Greg6721

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    my delightful children have managed to lose the remote for my denon avr x2000!

    this has spurred me on to look into an all in one remote....what would you guys recommend?

    i had a look on amazon and they have some decent deals on harmony touches and also harmony ultimate ones? would any of these be ok for me?

    any help would be great
     
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    Harmony would be my recommendation, any model should be fine so just pick the one that has teh features you are after
     
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    thanks bud, iv seen a harmony touch for £50 i think ill give that a try!
     
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    I'd recommend a 650, a 525, or a One, and to beware of that price!
     
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    How so bud?

    and any particular reason for recommending the ones you have? im reading the harmony website and some reviews just now but as a noobie to all this im not sure the ins and outs of everything
     
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    They're older but reliable and less gimmicky!
    For one thing they all have hard buttons for numbers.
    For basic needs you'd be fine with a 650.
    I'd want to know more about that particular Touch at that price.
     

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