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Promoted 04-12-2016 by Discombobulated at 02:05 AM View Original Post
Update: This is now only available for in-store pickup where stock permits.

Best Buy.com and Best Buy via eBay has Logitech Harmony Smart Control w/ Harmony Hub (915-000194) on sale for $69.99. Pickup in-store where stock permits. Thanks longmanj9

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location.

Includes
  • Logitech Harmony Smart Control
  • Logitech Harmony Hub
  • IR Mini Blaster
  • Remote w/ Battery
  • USB Cable
  • AC Adapter

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Written by Discombobulated

This matches a +91 Frontpage deal from February. Offer valid only for April 12, 2016 or while supplies last -johnny_miller

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Edited April 12, 2016 at 12:42 AM by longmanj9
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  • Logitech Harmony Smart Control
  • Logitech Harmony Hub
  • IR Mini Blaster
  • Remote w/ Battery
  • USB Cable
  • AC Adapter
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Go here and get the ha bridge software: http://www.bwssystems.com. Run it on a server to create a bridge between harmony and echo. Using this software to bridge my vera and harmony with echo and it works great and is easiset to configure with what else is currently out there.

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Thanks!
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love this thing. one remote to rule them all. just wish it would support 5 ghz
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Works great with Amazon Echo and Openhab!
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Works great with Amazon Echo and Openhab!
I have the Smart Keyboard version, and I've been wishing ever since I got it that it would work with my Echo. Any more information you can direct me to to help me make this happen?
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I have the Smart Keyboard version, and I've been wishing ever since I got it that it would work with my Echo. Any more information you can direct me to to help me make this happen?
Go here and get the ha bridge software: http://www.bwssystems.com. Run it on a server to create a bridge between harmony and echo. Using this software to bridge my vera and harmony with echo and it works great and is easiset to configure with what else is currently out there.
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I have 3 of these in the house and love them. Keep in mind everything requiring IR control must be located by hub, the remote has no IR capability. IE: TV in one room and a wiring closet elsewhere with a media rack of all devices, you would need the more expensive model that has IR on the remote in addition to the hub (I did not know this when I bought my first unit).
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wish it was the home control version. waiting for it to drop in price ...
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I have the 650. Any reason to get this? One annoying thing about the 650 is that if the signal doesn't go through for some reason (say tongues on TV), it thinks the TV is on and adjusts the menu items... Have to go back into Devides and turn the TV on manually
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I have the 650. Any reason to get this? One annoying thing about the 650 is that if the signal doesn't go through for some reason (say tongues on TV), it thinks the TV is on and adjusts the menu items... Have to go back into Devides and turn the TV on manually
This remote transmits RF to the hub which transmits IR to the devices. RF alone is reason enough to step up from a 650. You should have less issues with devices not turning on once you set up the hub positioning because it should always be in the same spot, as opposed to a remote like the 650 where your aim might not hit all the devices and cause something to not turn on. Since the remote has no display though there is no "help" screen. You'd have to do that with a tablet/phone, but to be honest, once positioned properly and delays setup correctly you should not have problems with devices not turning on or changing correctly.
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Is this old model? I'm considering to buy it but see Home Control with is newer but not on sale.
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Will this control Vizio soundbars pretty well? It'd be nice to be able to switch inputs on the soundbar without having to grab the Vizio remote.
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