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    All in one remote controls.

    Anyone got any experience of all in one remot controls???

    Been looking at the 1 for all URC 8305 Kameleon 5 remote (http://www.oneforall-int.com/?pag=39&prodnr=97) to replace the 4 that I currently have, just wondering if they are any good? or if anyone has any other suggestions?

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    We have one which is about 5 years old and works really well.

    Ours is a one for all mosaic

    Cost us about £100 at the time but looks like its cheap now: http://www.letsautomate.com/11512.cfm?
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    Never used that remote before but i was looking into a all in one remote before and heard good things about the logitech ones although i think they were slightly more expensive but it might be worth a look anyway.

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    i have the older version of that remote, it does the job well enough!

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    I've got a Logitech Harmony 525. It's the cheapest of their range at only £50 but does everything I ask of it. I spent probably £4k on my entertainment system when I moved out last year, and the remote was the best money spent. Instead of having 5 or 6 remotes I now have 1. When I've finished watching at night I simply press one button and everything turns off. It even works with a B&Q fan that I bought for those hot summer nights. Takes a while to set up, but I highly recommend it.

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    i have a cambridge audio m1
    paid about 200 for it 6 years ago and still working

    you get em on ebay for about a tenner now
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    I use one of these Dave

    http://www.avreview.co.uk/news/artic...AN/490/v/1/sp/

    had some of the touch screen jobbies over the years, but they often prove to be more about BS than substance.

    The ARC 7 is simple well built and doesn't munch batteries like some touch screen efforts. They used to be £150 but have been reduced to £100

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