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Monster AVL300 Universal Remote Control

Monster AVL300 Universal Remote Control
alaScore 78

2 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the controls. The price and usability get critical views.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Remote Controls the Monster AVL300 Universal Remote Control is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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Monster AVL300 Universal Remote Control Reviewed

 

Expanding from their endless lines of cables, Monster has several universal remote controls. The AVL300 has a 2.3-inch LCD, uses IR (but is RF-capable), and even has a rechargeable battery. Adrienne Maxwell sees how well it stacks up compared to...

The AVL300 is easy to program, and it can control multiple A/V and lighting systems around the home ; The remote can control devices via either IR or RF, and one OmniLink RF base station is included in the $399.95 package ; Adding lighting controls and...

The Central Control software is a little slower and less intuitive than Harmony's version ; The software is not as flexible and configurable as you'll find with more advanced, expensive control systems ; The AVL300 doesn't sit securely in its charging...

The Monster AVL300 may not provide all of the advanced customization and flexible design you'll find in a higher-end control system, but it offers a lot of features and options for the price. It's a great choice for the person who wants to control...

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Monster AVL300 Home Theater and Lighting Controller

 

In its first round of universal remote offerings, Monster has released a hand-held activity-based remote based on Logitech's Harmony series, and the results are top notch.

My editor told me that I couldn't get away with an article with three word statements, although in hindsight that is probably all I really needed. It works great! I like it! So will you! This remote did EVERYTHING I expected and more. It combined...

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