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Logitech Harmony 880 Universal Infrared Advanced Remote Control

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  • Black
  • Universal
  • Lithium-ion rechargeable battery

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The Harmony 880 Advanced Universal Remote puts you in control of your entire audio-video system with just one button. It's home entertainment the way it should be - simple. Optimized for complicated HDTV and PVR systems, the Harmony 880 helps you tame tough configurations like switching your television between video aspect ratios depending on the program source. The interactive color display lets you quickly choose a 16: 9 ratio for movies and HDTV, or a standard 4: 3 ratio for basic television programming.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Gary B.
  • 12/26/2012 12:37:21 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year




Other Thoughts: Overall I was happy with the remote. The buttons are very small, that was my wife’s complaint, but I did not mind, too much. I have had it a couple of years and now after dealing with Logitech on the remote, I find myself having to write this. Stay away from Logitech remotes. Their batteries expanded a bit too much and in my case broke 2 on the clips on the remote itself, that holds the battery cover on, and 1 on the cover itself. Logitech is telling me that I am out of warranty so they do not care. But I do! It was their remote, their battery, not an aftermarket one. They also told me that their batteries do expand and that bothers me. So I would have to say “DO NO BUY LOGITECH REMOTES!!!!!!!” They are far too expensive to have this happen! This is also going to the Better Business Bureau for a complaint!

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  • Michael P.
  • 10/10/2009 12:26:33 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

2 out of 5 first!

Pros: Easy to control all your devices, easy to program with the software.

Cons: The buttons wear out after a year with moderate use. The remote is basically useless because the channel, volume, and power buttons do not work or have to be pushed very hard.

Other Thoughts: DONOT BUY! This remote would be great if it did not wear out. Called logetich, they said they would give me %50 off a new one. 50% off the MSRP was around $125!! I am very disappointed with this product

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  • Dennis M.
  • 8/28/2009 9:22:27 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsGreat functionality but for the price I would expect better quality

Pros: The remote is extremely easy to setup and use. When I bought it, it took me 30 minutes to load their software, enter the model numbers of my TV, A/V Receiver, Satellite Receiver and DVD player and instantly with one press of a button I could watch TV or switch to watching DVD.

Before I got this remote, my surround sound was only for special occasions because it was simply annoying to change inputs and deal with multiple remotes just to watch a 30 min show. Now everything I watch is always in surround sound

Cons: As many other people reported, this remote developed a typical problem where 3 out of 40 buttons became unresponsive. Unfortunately it is the 3 buttons I really need for regular TV browsing, so now I am back to having to use a satellite remote in one hand and "universal" in the other. For the price I paid for it, I am disappointed that this happened and after doing a little google search, I realized that there is an extremely large group of people having exactly the same problem. I thought I was an isolated case and was about to buy a replacement, but it appears that other people started experiencing similar problem after just few months of use, so I am definitely going with different model and possibly a different brand.

Other Thoughts: There are other universal remotes out there including Logitech ones and as far as I can see, this one is priced so high not because of the quality but because it has a large, color LCD screen. What I didn't know at the time of purchase is how little value that screen brings to every day use. Basically you can configure custom functions and their names will appear on the screen, but that's it as far as screen's usefulness goes. I only have one custom button: on/off subtitles for DVD player. Other much cheaper remotes have customizable buttons but I guess there is no LCD to show their names so the owner needs to know what the buttons do. So one has to ask themselves, do I want to pay $100+ for printing name next to a custom button which I may or may not even have because the remote does 99% of everything you need already?

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  • Eric H.
  • 6/12/2009 9:08:58 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Remote

Pros: Great remote for controlling all your components. Makes life easy with a single button to turn on the components that you want on. Holds up well when dropped from a couple of feet.

Cons: Could have a rubberized, drop resistant body.

Other Thoughts: This is my 2nd remote... 1st one lasted over a year. Dog got a hold of the 1st one.

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  • DAVID O.
  • 5/9/2009 6:48:57 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome!

Pros: Works great and was easy to setup. It exceeded all of my expectations.

Cons: None so far!

Other Thoughts: The software and programming may take a little getting use to. It's nice once you get use to it.

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  • Jeff K.
  • 4/27/2009 9:58:52 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSWEET

Pros: EASY to program and easy to use my wife even figured it

Cons: none

Other Thoughts: wish I had discovered this earlier

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2 out of 5 eggsBoth common problems. BOOO!

Pros: Turning all your gear to the right inputs and on/off with one click. When you program it, it knows in "DVR mode" the volume will be the receiver or whatever you told it, channel the cable box etc. No need to switch devices.

Cons: The macros are about all it's good for. The buttons on the entire bottom half are spongy and feel like trash. This includes the numpad and the three rows above (see pics this isn't random they are setup the same). This spongy cheap feel effects the numpad the most. As it is quite a block of buttons with no hard plastic separation the whole thing mushes under your fingers. I often get the tactile "click" response, but no signal was sent. Also, charging on the cradle will work if I don't look at it funny. So many times I get it just right, come back to use it, and what do you know it didn't charge. Must have been a stiff breeze. I know I haven't worn out the battery. How could I? It's often dead and I just use something else.

Other Thoughts: It's good for the activity macros and it is a serviceable means of getting around the guide. They failed on the easiest part. These are the buttons on a remote of this expense? A $15 remote, you can actually dial in a channel directly. I never liked the feel, but eventually the flimsiness will win. It's only gotten worse. it's dead half the time anyway. No huge loss I suppose. I could get upset about the money, but then this junk is only "costing" me more like my sanity.

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/12/2009 9:34:42 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

3 out of 5 eggsWorks, but cheap quality

Pros: Works with all my components. I like the activity feature and so does my wife.

Cons: 1. First 880 delivered was not functioning correctly, the tilt backlight feature was not working. Logitech sent a replacement.
2. Buttons are to similar in feel.
3. Button backlight is to dim.
4. Device features are buried deep in a non-customizable, generic menu. Makes tweeking a setting on a single device a hassle.

Other Thoughts: I guess it is a decent value for the price paid.

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  • Ken M.
  • 2/17/2009 11:28:25 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsHow did I live without it?

Pros: I have a home theater system composed of many diff brands of hardware. We keep the remotes in a bastet.
There are 7. I used to have to use 3 or 4 just to switch the system on. Now I hit 1 button! Every peice of harddware I have with the exception of the PS3 is supported. And I am confident if I change hardware the remote will support it. I Am not sure how I ever lived without it. That basket of remotes is gathering dust.

Cons: Does not support Bluetooth. (PS3)

Other Thoughts: I looked at every thing out there and dollar for dollar harmony home is the best choice in my opinion.

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  • John M.
  • 2/17/2009 11:31:03 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggsWHEW! One remote to do it all!

Pros: I found it here, and read all the reviews here, but because I found a much better deal elsewhere I had to forgo the pleasure of dealing with Newegg on this item. I SELDOM do that. I love Newegg!

A nice looking, easy to understand remote, once it's programed correctly. I and my girlfriend love being able to put away all the assorted remotes. This turns on all the pieces of equipment for a specific use with ONE button. Choose "Watch DVD", and it turns on the Yamaha Amp(using the correct input), the Sony DVD player, and the Samsung TV (then changes it to the correct input, HDMI 3). All with one button. LOVE IT!

The setup program, using a computer, and frequently updated code lists is a great idea and fairly simple (See Cons).

Cons: After setup I had a devil of a time getting it to turn the Amp on or off, and getting it to select the correct input on the TV when I changed uses. If I hadn't had the factory remotes for those devices I don't know how I would have solved the problem. WITH original remotes you can "train" the harmony (kind of a Pro/Con?). It has an IR receiver on the "heel" end and the software will guide you through the "training" procedure.

Other Thoughts: In spite of the somewhat inconvenient setup, I love it. If you rearrange the inputs of any of your components you'll have to go back and reprogram it, but that shouldn't be TOO bad (I hope!).

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