We should all be grateful that the days of needing a different remote for every device in our home are gone.
Remember when you had separate remote controls for your TV, cable TV, DVD (or VCR) player, and stereo? Today, we can all rely on the universal remote, a single remote to control all of our entertainment needs.
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Most universal remotes are compatible with almost any device made in the past decade and are fairly user-friendly to use and install.
If you’re staring at a bunch of TV, cable, Blu-ray, and AppleTV remotes on your coffee table, it might be time to switch remotes and get a universal remote. Here are some suggestions:
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Although it can only support 4 devices in your home, the Inteset INT-422 4-in-1 Universal Backlit IR Learning Remote is compatible with almost all devices. So much so that even if it does encounter a device that appears to be incompatible, its built-in database of device codes allows it to look up the code for those devices and learn from it.
The Inteset 4-in-1 also comes with “macro programming” which remembers multiple details you do on certain channels, such as volume and enabling closed captioning, and then programs them with the click of a button . At the time of publication, the product had over 4,300 global ratings, 60% of which gave the product 5 stars.
More than just a remote
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While the Fire TV cube is technically a streaming player that gives you access to nearly every streaming service available in stunning 4K HDR quality, we’re including it here because you can also connect it to your cable box and game console, and can switch between your services using voice commands. Best of all, you can even check the weather, set reminders, and start video calls through its voice command system. At launch, the product has over 1,600 ratings worldwide, 62% of which are 5 stars.
Do you use a universal remote? Let us know your favorite one. We’d love to hear from you.
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