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Cambridge Audio M1 vs Harmony 655

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Control & Remote Controls' started by bexarif, Jun 27, 2005.

  1. bexarif

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    Hi

    Been wading through this forum - I have seen plenty of comment on both these remotes but nothing that cmpares the 2. I can get both for £50. In users opinion, Which one?

    Thanks for your time :)
     
  2. Artie Fufkin

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    I had BIG problems configuring my Harmony to begin with, but now love it. Because it has hard buttons, it's like a proper remote, and it learned everything. No way would I have a touch-sensitive brick.
     
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    Had both - love the Harmony (eventually, looong setup), sold the Cambridge. Nuff said.
     
  4. bexarif

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    thanks for your replies.

    Looks like the Harmony. Anyone out there want to speak up for 'the brick'?
     
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    I did have the "brick" - thought it was a great remote - but you are stuck with the buttons it provides (albeit some have multiple options which can choose from ) - so u are invariably stuck with having to remember that minidisc record actually means cable box browse - or the like!

    The soft buttons on the harmony completely overcome this.

    The activity feature of the harmony is also great.

    Harmony it is!
     

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