decisions, decisions...!

MrBlofeldt

Banned
Chaps... (erm, and chapesses)

I'm looking to but two Universal remotes for our conference rooms, they are to control the following

Pioneer PDP-LX5090
Panasonic DMP-BD60
Onkyo T-4555 DAB Receiver
Onkyo TX-SR606 AV Receiver
Sony VPL-CS20 Projector
Humax Foxsat HDR

Since there are a large number of remotes, and a substantial number of technically inept people in our building, the idea is to have one easy-to-use remote control that is fairly simple to programme and won't lose its settings if somebody decides to remove/change the batteries.

I have suggested the Harmony 1100 to my boss, however I think the price is putting him off (£350-ish) and the fact that it could go missing. The other alternative is to go for a Harmony 1 which is a lot cheaper (£150-ish) is there any benefit to be gained buying the 1100 over the 1 given the setup I have ?
 

logiciel

Moderator
The One is more practical and you can probably buy two for that £150.:D
 

monksy74

Well-known Member
All harmony models will control the same equipment in the same way.

It might be worth getting Harmony 525s (or even 515s if they are each controlling 5 devices or less).

The less flashy they look, the less likely they are to go walkabout.
 

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