This sleek hybrid remote uses computer-based wizard-style setup and claims to be the world’s easiest remote! It features a color touchscreen display, great selection of hard buttons, rechargeable battery and optional RF extender, and can control 18 devices with an IR database, code learning, macros and favorite channel icons.
This looks quite useful. Every now and then we do properties with great distances and for some reason their cables are out in the open. Using the extender we can make sure the audio gets from the amphitheater to main building no problem!
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