Logitech Harmony 555
Released March, 2006
The Pros:Easy to program. Wide range of supported devices. Learning mode for unsupported devices.
The Logitech Harmony 555 is an entry-level multifunction, programmable remote control released in 2005. The Harmony 555 is nearly identical to the Harmony 525, with the exception of 5 additional user-programmable components plus a different color scheme.
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The user will find a red backlit display on its top, plus a numeric keypad, numerous programmable selection keys, a navigation pad and side mounted keys as well. The Harmony 555 requires 4 AAA batteries. This universal remote can control up to 15 devices simultaneously, including a wide range of TVs, digital set-top boxes, DVRs, Satellites, DVD players, VHS machines, amplifiers, game consoles, media center PCs and more. Logitech’s remote can be updated over USB 2.0 to support new hardware devices at any time via the manufacturer’s website, which is accessible through the included installation CD.
- One-touch controls
- Up to 15 controllable components
- Customizable buttons
- Learning port – can learn functions from an old remote
- Ergonomic design
- Help button
- Backlit LCD display
- Requires 4 AAA batteries
- Includes USB 2.0 cable
- Online Wizard device configuration
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wide range of supported devices
learning mode for unsupported devices
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