Very easy and intuitive to use.
Flexible and intelligent control system that can perform many of the functions of a home automation system.
Best when programmed by a professional.
You will need to have someone reprogram your remote when you change out gear.
The LCD screen eats up battery reserves.
By Sound and Vision Magazine on December 01, 2008
1,198 / UNIVERSALREMOTE.COM / 800-901-0800While remote controls are one of the greatest inventions ever, that pile of them cluttering up your coffee table is an example of home automation gone awry. There are myriad options for those who just want a...-
By UltimateAVMag on December 01, 2008
Who needs a universal remote? As far as Im concerned, just about anyone with a media system, even as simple as a DVD player connected to a TV. Almost every piece of A/V equipment sold today offers its own remote with "universal"...-
By Home Theater Review on November 26, 2008
The MX-980 by Universal Remote Control is a powerful and versatile piece of equipment. I think it is overkill for a small and simple system, but is just the ticket for a larger system whose control benefits from automation and macros. In the past, one...100