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Logitech Harmony 680 LCD Remote Control

Logitech Harmony 680 LCD Remote Control
alaAverage 4.9

8 reviews

Jun, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews of Logitech Harmony 680 LCD Remote Control. The average rating for this product is 4.9/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Remote Controls for all reviews. Reviewers really like the controls. The usability also gets good reviews.

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On average, users rate this product 98/100.

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The cat's meow!


I have owned other universal remotes in the past (even some that I paid more money for), but none of them ever allowed me full control of all of my equipment. At best, they provided limited control of some equipment and only after a series of somewhat...

A truly universal remote

This thing does everything except bring me a beer when I'm watching the tube

Sep, 2006

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Greatest remote on the planet


I've had this remote for a year now and it is the greatest remote I have ever bought. Extremely easy to set up, even my wife could do it. I have my HDTV, stereo receiver, DVD/VCR, Sony Playstation, Windows Media Center, digital cable box, camcorder,...

Controls EVERYTHING that uses an IR remote

Takes a long time to set up and get it just right

Oct, 2005

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Very Complex Setup


It is actually easy to set up - on the surface - but very difficult to get right if your system is at all complicated. I have a home entertainment system with an A/V receiver, TV, TIVO, CD player, and DVD player/burner combo. I normally watch TV...

Good for simple solutions

Very time consuming for complex needs

Aug, 2005

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Almost perfect


4 Devices = 4 remotes (TV, DVD, laser disc player, VCR). I've purchased universal remotes in the past to try to get rid of the clutter. I often could get 2 devices to work on the universal remote. But I never could get everything to work. And I could...

Even I could do it! Great tech support

small buttons on remote and Logitech mandating too much private information in profile

Aug, 2005

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As someone who practically has my Tivo remote glued to my hand, I was determined to find a Universal remote that came as close as possible to that glorious little piece of plastic. For a while now, I had been using a fully programmable Marantz 3200...

Well thought out layout. Easy enough for an amateur to install

Set-up interface might seem a bit clunky to seasoned installers

Aug, 2005

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Complete control yet ulta simplicity


First off, I have a TV, Satellite Dish, DVD player, Receiver, CD player, and VCR.

A true smart remote, single button control, easy for you and guests to use

VERY LITTLE. Remote gets out of sync with device state, but that's rare and fixable

Apr, 2005

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Cooler than you think


I bought this remote control for my parents to help them easily navigate their various home theater components (5 in total). I was very skeptical about whether they would take to it. Turns out, it took only a 5 minute tutorial before they were...

Activity buttons. Enormous database of remote control codes. Help button fixes most

Guide, info, and exit buttons are in strange places. But easy to get used to

Mar, 2005

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I'm Glad My Dog Ate My Other Remote!


I've had my Sony RM-AV3000 remote for 2+ years and was quite happy with it. I'm able to program all my remotes so that 7 remote controls turned into one. It takes several button presses to operate a function like: watching TV, watching a movie,...

Easy to use, compact design, LCD screen, backlighting, great customer service

You'll need a computer to program the remote, no dedicated eject button

Feb, 2005