Legitech Harmony Ultimate Remote Control and Hub

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  • £113.93 - 28th July 2018
  • £113.95 - 19th July 2018
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  • £114.99 - 16th July 2018
  • £119.93 - 12th July 2018
  • £119.94 - 11th July 2018
  • £119.95 - 10th July 2018
  • £119.99 - 4th July 2018
Since: 30th January 2018
  • Highest Price: £229.00 - 6th March 2018
  • Lowest Price: £89.00 - 6th June 2018
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Current Price £113.9328th July 2018
Highest Price£229.006th March 2018
Lowest Price£89.006th June 2018
Since 30th January 2018

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  1. I’ve previously tried the hub only three times hoping for Alexa integration but too hit and miss!Was on offer a few days before Black Friday for £99.99 so I tried again! The remote makes so much difference! No opening app etc you’re straight there. Thought there was an issue with remote as my Humax wouldn’t work with harmony but then discovered Humax is faulty and waiting for a replacement. I would thoroughly recommend this package with the hub and ultimate remote as it’s intuitive, fits in the hand nicely , works every time and Alexa works with it too again every time

  2. I bought this remote as a replacement of an almost 10 years old Harmony which has been a great experience. But this new version is an utter disappointment. The software is a mess, updating the Harmony can take hours since the process frequently stops before being finalised, requiring a restart. Once it is set up and updated, the remote works better, but I still experience freezes and crashes, and have to restart the remote.Certain software functions are conveniently left out and only available in the newer version. For example, Hue smart lights can only be manipulated via the touchscreen in a sub-sub-sub menu and not be placed on a hardware button (why not?).Shortly after downloading your software and creating an account, I received a message inquiring whether I need support. So support gave the illusion of being proactive, but in reality they only responded after several days hoping that I solved the issue myself (e.g. “We realised you updated your Harmony in the meantime, does the error still exist?”) A solution was never offered. After the update “introduced” new issues, the support did not even bother to reply anymore.I still keep it since I invested a lot of hours to make it work (sunk cost fallacy), and it still freezes once or twice a week. I would not have bought it if I had know that it is such an ill-conceived product.

  3. Reading through the specifications of this remote is seemed like it was the best of the best. It supports everything I own (onkyo receiver, optoma projector, windows htpc, firestick, nowtv). It was simple to get out the box and get going. It needs either a pc with USB or a smart phone to set it up, can’t be done via the remote. I registered an account through my phone and connected to the hub. Got it setup to the wifi quite quickly. Added my onkyo and optoma very easily. It allows you to scan for network enable devices.It found our nowtv (roku based) instantly via the network. It pulled all the channels (installed apps) perfectly. I thought wow this thing is brilliant, first time something has worked out the box with no mucking about!! Boy was I wrong! I tested the functions on the nowtv and it didn’t do a thing. Apparently logitech (and there tech support admitted this) doesn’t support the nowtv via WiFi, it has to be added manually so it works via IR – OK I can live with this, just means the channels don’t work (I’ve created custom commands with multiple key presses to scroll down across down OK etc to open iPlayer etc) and now I occasionally get multiple key presses too!I then thought let’s add my htpc. It says on the logitech website that it can be added either as an IR device on all remotes and as a Bluetooth device if you have a hub based remote. Nope.. you can only add a pc via Bluetooth. I’ve had nothing but issues with it this way. It attempts to pair, windows tries to locate a driver but can’t, the hub then says it failed to pair, but windows thinks it did. This repeated about 4 times before I contacted support. After numerous emails back and forth they finally admitted that it does this but it should work. Well I can tell you that it doesn’t. Every time you go back into the activity it states it’s not paired and you have to go through it all again, for it to fail yet again.The only way I could get this to work is to add a HP media center IR USB as a device and manually add my pc that way. Just a good job the htpc software I use allows key mapping! If you look on the logitech support forums I am not the only one having this issue.The only other issue I had is that the hub itself has an IR transmitter and when using the IR blasters (pointed at the projector) I managed to get interference and it basically stopped everything responding but you can go into setup on the remote and turn off the blaster for everything but the projector.It’s also worth nothing that there are settings on the remote that are not accessible via the hub setup app on the mobile device etc.There are more features I’ve not tried yet such as adding home control devices etc.Overall it’s a good remote but for what it cost I was quite surprised by the issues I had and the lack of support from logitech.

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