questionsanyone have some advice on universal remotes?

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I don't have any experience with that model but I have a couple of Harmony 550s that I love. I have a pretty complex home theater setup and after the initial setup a Harmony makes everything work so well together.

Edit: Forgot to mention that my remotes work with roku players.

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Speaking from experience, make sure the remote you get can do two things at once, without having to hit the device button every time. Example: you're watching a DVD and want to quickly turn down the volume on the home theater because the F/X are suddenly much louder than the dialogue and your kids are sleeping. A GOOD universal remote will know that the play/pause/FF/RWD buttons are tied to the DVD, and the volume buttons are tied to the stereo, so you don't have to hit [STEREO] before hitting the volume.

(Hope that makes some kind of sense. I'm sleepy, but I had to post because my universal remote doesn't do this, and it drives me nucking futs.