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the new nad htr-2 universal remote ?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Control & Remote Controls' started by grahamd, May 20, 2003.

  1. grahamd

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    has anybody got any comments on this remote, good or bad.
    on paper it sounds ideal for me and only £45 from hifibitz.

    it will be controling sony 44px2, yamaha processor, thomson dtt, panasonic vcr, arcam cd.

    also, does it have fast text buttons.

    tia.
     
  2. bugfinder

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    Graham
    I'm also very interested in this remote - seems a bargain!

    To control:
    Loewe Aconda
    Sony DVP-S325
    Yamaha DSP-E800
    NAD c370
    Marantz cd6000ose

    If you get one or find out any more on this then please report back. I'll do likewise.

    Cheers
    Dan
     
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    Have bought one and can definitely say it is a quality bargain at £45 from Hifibitz. I have retired 6 remote controls thanks to this bit of kit.

    Arguably the only thing it misses are the 4 colour fast-text buttons, but there are more than enough buttons to work around this.

    It's very easy to set up and use, all the buttons are back-lit so easy to use in low-light, and it has macro capability (which I have yet to play with).

    If you're on a budget and want a quality remote then this is an absolute bargain.
     
  4. brifobwad

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    I got mine when I bought my Nad T752. The instructions for using it is in the manual for the T752. Unfortunately the manual reads like it has translated from another language.( French Canadian > Chinese > English ) You can find details/ manual at http://www.nadelectronics.com . I already had the AIO Mosaic and find that easier to use.

    Nad don't seem to reply to emails. I emailed a question to them in December and I am still waiting for a reply:mad:
     

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