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RC: Sony RM-VL710 Universal Remote Control Review (1)
There’s nothing written in stone that says an affordable remote control needs to be limited in capabilities. Case in point, the Sony RM-VL series...
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Denon HTIB / Samsung HDTV: connection questions - eCoustics.com
By the way, I bought the $35 SONY RM-VL710 remote, and so far I am very pleased with its operation. I'm still learning how to program and use it...
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Amazon.com: Sony RM-VL710 Remote Control (Discontinued by ...
I decided to try this remote after reading a Wired magazine review where the 30 dollar SONY RM-VL710 was selected as "best" among remotes costing hundreds of dollars...
Sony RM-VL710 Universal remote with learning capability at ...
Using your audio/video gear is so much easier when you can control it all from a single remote! Sony's RM-VL710 can operate up to 5 components, so you can stash your ...
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Sony RM-VL710 Remote Control - Reviews & Prices @ Yahoo! Shopping
Yahoo! Shopping is the best place to comparison shop for Rm Vl710 Universal Remote Commander Remote Control With Learning Function Features Control Up To 5 Audiovideo ...
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Sony RM VL1000 Universal Remote Control Commander | eBay
Product Information: The Sony RM-VL1000 is a universal remote control which supports up to 12-components like amplifiers, CD player, cable\satellite receiver and more...
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Sony eSupport - RM-VL710 - Remote Control Codes and Programming
REMOTE CODES & PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS RM-VL710. Programming instructions for this remote are shown at the bottom of this page. Select the brand name from the drop ...
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What (simple) remote does work well with the squeezebox ...
They reviewed the $35 Sony RM-VL710 very favorably, essentially saying it was the best of the cheap remotes. ... Looks like the Sony RM-VL600 is the simplest so far...
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