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A Quick Tip by TeamAWAC

  • Dec 21, 2010
Due to the Logitech Harmony 700's embarrassing limitation of only controlling 6 devices, the Harmony 900 is an almost mandatory step-up.  The RF extender is nice bonus for components hidden behind cabinets or in a different room, but I'm still not a huge fan of the touchscreen display up top.  It would also be really nice if you could customize the icons on the display.
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We were already users and fans of the Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote, to which the Harmony 900 is, if not quite a successor, at least an update. The main difference seems to be that the 900 setup includes signal-receiving equipment you can attach to your electronics, allowing you to hide them behind cabinet doors or other things the remote's signal can't penetrate, while still being able to change channels, adjust volumes, and do the many, many other things this remote allows you …
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For control of entertainment devices hidden behind cabinet doors
Are you ready for a remote that not only controls your entertainment devices, but can also help keep your entertainment room neat, clean, and clutter-free? Then the Logitech Harmony 900 is your remote. With its wireless RF system, you can keep shelves of devices and their cables hidden inside a closed cabinet or closet. And since it's a Harmony remote, no clutter also means no compromises. Your Harmony 900 may be the only remote you'll ever need. It replaces up to 15 other remotes. And you can set up one-touch activity-based control of your devices. Your new home stereo. Your old DVD player. Your future game console. Now you can bring them together, keep them out of sight, and put your entertainment at your fingertips.

Awards and Accolades
CES 2010 Innovations Award
Honoree in Home Theater Accessories Category
November 2009
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RF technology lets you control out-of-sight devices
Goodbye clutter. Goodbye pointing. Hello control. Thanks to RF (radio frequency) wireless technology, the Harmony 900 works where most remotes don't—through cabinet doors and closet walls. So you can control your devices from up to 100 feet away without having to aim the remote. And setting up or adding devices for RF system control couldn't be easier. After the initial setup, you can select which devices you'd like to control using RF right on the screen of your remote.

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