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Universal Remote RF30


$150.00 Released May, 2006

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Programming through the menus is an easy process, takes the guess work out of it. Customer service is easy to contact, knowledgable. Button layout is very good, nice groupings, generally an intuitive design.

The Cons:Can suffer from interference from other sources of RF. If the neighbor has the same one, they can change your channels - not easy to switch frequencies. LCD screen is a little small and hard to see.

The Universal Remote Control RF30 is a programmable universal remote, capable of controlling up to 15 different devices. The RF30 has the ability to control devices via Infrared (IR) or Radio Frequency (RF), using the Universal Remote Control’s optional MRF-100 RF receiver.

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The Universal Remote RF30 also features one-touch macro programming and a touch LCD screen that displays customizable commands. The remote runs on four AAA batteries, and retails at $150. The Universal Remote Control RF30 was launched May 2006.

Features

  • Program up to 15 different devices
  • One-Touch Macro feature allows combining multiple commands
  • Operates on both IR and RF Frequency
  • LCD Touch Screen Displays Current Device and Custom Functions
  • Uses 4x AAA batteries

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    programming through the menus is an easy process, takes the guess work out of it

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    customer service is easy to contact, knowledgable

  • 1

    button layout is very good, nice groupings, generally an intuitive design

  • 1

    works at a great range, and doesn't have to point directly at the TV

Cons
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    can suffer from interference from other sources of RF

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    if the neighbor has the same one, they can change your channels - not easy to switch frequencies

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    LCD screen is a little small and hard to see

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    programming macros takes some time to get used to, confusing at first

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