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Finally, complete control in one remote with one button - for the whole family!

1. Single-button control

The Harmony Remote provides simple, intuitive control of even the most elaborate entertainment system for everyone in the family.

2. Teletext Controls

Support for Teletext with dedicated buttons

3. Fully backlit keypad

Backlighting makes the buttons and interactive display glow brightly for easy use in the dark.

4. Interactive display

Easy-to-read interactive display keeps you in control and informed of what's going on.

5. Learning port

Just point your original remote at the Learning Port to capture and use any infrared command with the Harmony Remote.

6. Computer-based Harmony Setup Wizard

For quick and easy set-up.

1. Easy to set-up

Just connect your Harmony remote to your computer and the Web wizard walks you step-by-step through a simple set up. Enter in your model numbers for your components, then answer a few easy questions about how you "Watch TV" or "Watch a DVD." You'll be controlling even the most complex system without any of the hassles of elaborate macro-programming.

2. Easy to use

The Harmony Remote is the world's only remote with Smart State Technology. Just press one of the Activity buttons, such as "Watch TV" or "Listen to Music," and your Harmony Remote automatically sets up your entertainment system, without you ever having to program a "macro".

3. Easy to get help

With the Harmony remote, you don't have to know anything about your entertainment system to operate it. No sound? No picture? No problem! There's even a handy "HELP" button to guide you through simple troubleshooting and get you back in control. Everyone from the kids to the babysitter can now enjoy the full home cinema experience.

4. Never out of date

The Harmony Remote device database is constantly updated with new components and fine-tuned settings. Simply connect it to your computer using its USB interface, and your remote is updated automatically!

System Requirements
IBM or compatible PC:
Microsoft Windows 98SE, 2000, Me or XP
USB port
CD-ROM drive
Internet access

Macintosh PC:
Macintosh OS X 10.2 or later
USB port
CD-ROM drive
Internet access

IMPORTANT NOTE only for UK Digital Cable viewers: Some cable boxes use non industry standard infra-red signals called IrDa. Learning remotes cannot send these signals. Please refer to the following compatibility chart.

Cable Box Model Learning Remote Compatible
DI1000 No (see Red-Eye below)
DI1200 No (see Red-Eye below)
DI4000N Yes - but with limited range. Better to use RedEye
DI4001NC Yes
DI4010 Yes - but with limited range. Better to use RedEye

Sky-Digital, Freeview, and analogue viewers are NOT affected by this problem, and this remote will learn these products (and just about any other product) 100% okay.

11220 Red-Eye infra-red translator
To use the learning remote with digital cable, then you simply additionally need the Red-Eye infra-red translator. This brilliant little device sticks to the front of your Pace 1000, or 2000 series set top box, and plugs into the rear socket of the cable box for power. It translates RC6 infra-red codes, into IRDA codes, thereby allowing your learning remote to control the cable box.

Part No Description Stock Availability at 02:58 Oct, 23 If ordered on-line Price = Qty to
12094 Harmony 525 "The Family Remote" Discontinued.    


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