7dayshop Universal 6 in 1 Remote Control with Learning Function – TV, DVD, VCR, SAT, DTT/TNT, CD/LD/HIFI/SKY/ SUMVISION MEDIA PLAYERS

June 23, 2013 - Comment

The universal remote control is simple to program, easy to use, and can operate many devices, which include:TV – TelevisionsDVD/VCR – DVD and VCR PlayersDTT/TNT – Digital television tunersSAT – Satellite receiversSKY – Pre-programmed for Sky series digital boxes (SKY, SKY+, SKY HD, My Sky etc.)AUX – CDs, HIFI, Audio devicesSumvision Media Players– Compatible with

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The universal remote control is simple to program, easy to use, and can operate many devices, which include:

TV – Televisions
DVD/VCR – DVD and VCR Players
DTT/TNT – Digital television tuners
SAT – Satellite receivers
SKY – Pre-programmed for Sky series digital boxes (SKY, SKY+, SKY HD, My Sky etc.)
AUX – CDs, HIFI, Audio devices
Sumvision Media Players
– Compatible with all major brands of device: Sony, Panasonic, Toshiba, Sharp, Sanyo, JVC, Samsung, LG and many more
– Stylish design
– 6-in-1 universal remote control with learn function
– Control up to 10 different devices (Only 6 can be programmed at any one time): TV, DVD, VCR, SAT, DTT/TNT, CD/LD/HIFI and SKY series digital boxes (SKY, SKY+, SKY HD, My Sky etc.)
– 6 device buttons with back-LED indication
– LED indication for low battery
– Never loses programmed information
– Volume Punch-through function
– Two MACRO keys that can be reprogrammed
– Device code setup, lock and unlock function
– New!! Updated & extensive code library for programming remote to work with your device

Specifications:
– Battery type: 2 x AAA (Batteries Not Included)
– Effective range: 8 Meters (26 feet) +/- 25 degress
– Dimensions (L x W x H): 212 x 52 x 30mm
– Weight without batteries inserted: 114g
– Key type: rubber keys
– LED indicator
– Device button backlight
– 52 to 60 keys

Product Features

  • Universal 6 in 1 Remote Control with Learning Function – TV, DVD, VCR, SAT, DTT/TNT, CD/LD/HIFI/SKY/Sumvison Media Players
  • The universal remote control is simple to program, easy to use, and can operate up to six (6) devices.
  • Compatible with all major brands of device: Sony, Panasonic, Toshiba, Sharp, Sanyo, JVC, Samsung, LG and many more
  • 6 device buttons with back-LED indication
  • New!! Updated & extensive code library for programming remote to work with your device (PLEASE NOTE IN ORDER TO WORK WITH SUMVISION MEDIA PLAYERS YOU WILL NEED THE ORIGINAL REMOTE TO LEARN FROM , WE ARE IN THE PROCESS OF ADDING CODES TO THE LIBRARY).

Comments

H. Good says:

Recommended. This remote is very good value. It has six device buttons which when pressed light up to show the device selected for control. From then on when the control buttons (channel, volume, play, etc) are pressed the selected device button also lights up so that you always know which device you are controlling. Because there is a button per device they should last a long time and the quality is as good as any other remote with rubber buttons.As far as setting up is concerned, I found the codes to work with some of my devices but not all. This isn’t a problem because any of the buttons can be programmed using the learn function even after having used the codes. This requires you to point the old remote at the front of this one so that it can learn the signal directly for each button. It is time consuming but if you persevere you end up with a remote able to control both old and new devices in a way that suits you.My only complaint was with amazon themselves for not providing an…

Simon Gardner says:

One that works I have tried other TV remotes sold on Amazon. All were entirely inadequate. I had almost given up but this one actually works properly.In particular it will genuinely control my Thomson TV which none of the others would touch at all under any circumstances’. Ditto an Aiwa and a Toshiba. You can actually assign some of the other buttons (eg “DVD” or “DTT”) to second and third TVs and it controls those fine also with the minor exception that the “AV” scart control function seems to map elsewhere – but no matter. Volume control on all TVs works just fine. It even delves accurately into the Thomson and other TV menus when required. Assigning a Force general purpose multi satellite receiver to it worked. And it separately substitute for a Sky box remote too.It has macro functions which I haven’t yet tried and importantly it has a learning function which – thanks to the comprehensive built-in codes – I haven’t had to use.Truly a comprehensive substitute…

/df says:

Memory and other weird limitations In summary, this product improves on the sort of pre-programmed universal remotes that you can pick up at a market stall for less than £5, but don’t expect a bargain solution to tricky universal remote problems.You could have more success than me if your configuration- excludes Freeview set-top boxes, and- doesn’t have both DVD and VCR.You might also do better if the devices are well-known brands which might be more likely to have adequate definitions pre-programmed in the product, but I couldn’t verify that. At least you can use the learning, all off and macro (not tested) functions to improve the pre-programmed definitions.As for the details, let’s start with the positives.The product seems solid. The buttons are fairly well organised, although MUTE would be better near the volume key and GUIDE and INFO, at opposite corners of the cursor joypad, ought to be vertically or horizontally aligned instead. It has more buttons…

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