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Logitech Harmony Smart Control - $69.99 FS @ Best Buy - DotD

$10 higher than their their recent sale but matches the common sale price seen up until 2 weeks ago.

4.3/5 stars with 2,006 reviews

  • Compatible with select Bluetooth 3.0-enabled devices - Including Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod touch with an iOS 5.0 or later operating system, and Wi-Fi-enabled Android mobile phones with an Android 2.3 or later operating system.
  • Harmony Hub and app (download required) - Turn your mobile device into a Harmony remote, so you can enjoy personalized control of up to 8 compatible A/V components, even through cabinet doors and walls.
  • Works with more than 5,000 brands and more than 225,000 devices - Including game consoles, such as PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii and Xbox 360, for wide-ranging control options.
  • 50 favorite channel icons and volume and media playback functions - Enable one-touch control of your entertainment system.
  • Works with Alexa and Google Home - Voice control your home and entertainment. Tell Alexa or Google Assistant to turn on Netflix, dim the lights, play music, check traffic, order food, adjust the thermostat, and much more.
  • System requirements - Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 and Mac OS X 10.5 or later.

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Thanks, got one yesterday, almost brought it back today, but played with it some more, and I think I might keep it. You need to know what you are getting with this. It's an RF system, with what they call an IR Blaster add on. The remote itself will not send out an IR signal, but only communicates with the Hub. The Hub sends out the RF signal. Now most devices can handle that, and if you know, RF is better than IR, no line of site needed. But my 70 inch Sharp TV cannot deal with an RF signal, (Anyone knows how to fix this please tell me) So I have to put the Hub in a strange place in the back of the room facing the TV, with the IR Blaster sending the signal to the TV.
Then the support guy screwed up and somehow set my DirecTV box to IR. That means when I hit the button to change channels, it goes from my couch to the Hub, then out of the IR blaster to the box. I would have taken it back if I did not figure out to delete the Box and re add it as an RF system. Now everything works great. I even ordered a Harmony 650 off Amazon for about $39 last night, it's an IR remote. I will be sending that back.

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