Nice style. The Starship Enterprise comes to mind. For the price I hope it at least makes coffee to start off your day.
OK, no universal remote expert here. I went through a Pronto Neo which I hated. Was much more relaxed with a Harmony. Here's the thing. I'd really love to see postings here of honesty. Do people actually get the units to make their life considerably easier?
I had the installers out here three times, apparently with their technicians two by tow attempting to get the Harmony programmed. Never was successful to get it to easily do more than just the most basic functions. Hey, aren't they supposed to do things like switching TV modes, PIP, etc?
I never could get it to be what the goal was, namely a universal to alleviate the need for keeping individual remotes close at hand. Anyone willing to admit these things often can't be made to what they're for?
High level of programming skill shouldn't be the point. Getting the programming in to do more than basic functions couldn't be done for mine with the input of like six people.
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