Like all Harmony remotes, this one certainly does not disappoint. The 1100 has the same unbelievably easy setup that the company has built its remote business on. Logitech carries that ease through to the actual day-to-day use as well and does so in a chic, compact package. Just expect to pay for those aesthetics and simplicity. This sleek touchscreen may require a bit of effort for those used to standard wand-style button-based remotes, but it's fun, it's different, and it's guaranteed to be a funky cool addition to your A/V setup.Complete Article
Youtube vid gives a better perspective of size. Thanks Rizz.
Does anyone own this remote?? I'm looking to buy it. Was wondering if it's worth the $$$. It going to run me about $470, that's including the IR setup I need for the PS3's.. I will be controlling my Panny Plasma, PS3, HD-A30, and Pioneer receiver.. Any info or suggestions would be great.. If you think another remote would be better, please let me know..
Oppo 93 3d-Blu Ray Player
2 DirecTv HR24 Satellite Receivers
Playstation 3 (Phat)
Logitech Harmony 900
Infinity Kappa 8.1 Front Tower Speakers
Infinity RS-12 Center Channel
Axiom Audio QS8 (Quadpolar) Rear Surrounds
Velodyne 12 inch Subwoofer
I am also interested in this remote (wife is VERY unhappy about the many remotes on the table).
I will be controlling a new Panasonic TC-P55VT30 plasma, an ancient Yamaha DSP-A1 integrated amp, an Oppo 983H DVD player, and a Panasonic BD55 Blu-ray player.
All subject to upgrade, of course. I also may be adding a DVR, Hulu, etc to the rack.
Do I understand correctly that after I purchase the remote, all I will have to do is download the codes for the above devices from the Harmony (Logitech) website, and I will be good to go?
Thanks in advance for advice.
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