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June 5th, 2011 · No Comments · Technology

OMG, I took a chance and it works.

Tired of bending over, reaching around my television and feeling for buttons, switching the input on my TV, I once again had taken to purchasing a Universal Remote despite the fact that I’d never had success with them before.

I had to pay a visit to a potential client at J&R music world and while I was talking to my prospect, I asked him if this particular Universal Remote worked. He said he’d never had any returned and I figured what the heck, it was only $12.99 and I had 14 days to return it.

So here’s my review of the Sony Universal Remote rm v310.

It works.

I got the one that has 7 functionalities:


The last two I don’t use but the other 5 I do and the bottom line is it works. I’ve actually been watching far fewer DVD’s because of online streaming and DVR, but I think I’ll pull out that Avengers Box Set now and revisit the special features.

Here’s what it looks like – I can’t recommend it enough.

Sony Universal Remote

Sony Universal Remote

Some Product Details:

Ease of Use
•Controls up to 8 AV components
•Easy operation of on-screen menu compatible DVD and VCR
•One-touch system control (12 macro functions)
•Learning function for programming from other remotes
•Pre-programmed codes are compatible with most brands
•Compatible with most major brands
•Comfortable ergonomic design and rubber keypad
•Easy-to-use button layout
•30-foot Signal distance
•High-power wide emission using 3 LEDs

If you need a Universal Remote? GET THIS ONE.

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