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Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control

Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control

Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control
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Features

  • No need for multiple remotes or remembering what to turn on or which input setting to use. Just press one button and Harmony does it all for you.
  • Say goodbye to that jumble of remotes once and for all. Combine up to 10 old-fashioned remotes into one.
  • Go directly to the shows, movies, and music you love with 23 customizable channel favorites.
  • If things get off track, on-screen help will walk you through the steps to get everything working again.
  • Harmony does the setup work for you. There are no confusing button combinations to press or codes to enter. Get to using your remote faster, with less frustration.

Description

Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control is simple-to set up, easy to use, and gives you better control of your home entertainment. Online setup makes it easy to program with no clumsy trial and error codes. Use Activity buttons to turn on all the right devices to the right settings with just one button press. Customize 23 programmable buttons to jump right to your favorite channels. And Harmony remotes work with 270, 000+ devices, including Apple TV and Roku , so you’ll have the control you need—today and tomorrow. Harmony 665 makes juggling multiple remote controls a thing of the past.


Product Dimensions 5.7 x 10.7 x 1.6 inches


Item Weight 6.1 ounces


Shipping Weight 9.9 ounces


ASIN B077Q9C8T8


Item model number 915-000293


Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 400 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #234 in Remote Controls


Date first listed on Amazon February 22, 2019


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Delivery

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Returns

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Features

  • No need for multiple remotes or remembering what to turn on or which input setting to use. Just press one button and Harmony does it all for you.
  • Say goodbye to that jumble of remotes once and for all. Combine up to 10 old-fashioned remotes into one.
  • Go directly to the shows, movies, and music you love with 23 customizable channel favorites.
  • If things get off track, on-screen help will walk you through the steps to get everything working again.
  • Harmony does the setup work for you. There are no confusing button combinations to press or codes to enter. Get to using your remote faster, with less frustration.

Description

Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control is simple-to set up, easy to use, and gives you better control of your home entertainment. Online setup makes it easy to program with no clumsy trial and error codes. Use Activity buttons to turn on all the right devices to the right settings with just one button press. Customize 23 programmable buttons to jump right to your favorite channels. And Harmony remotes work with 270, 000+ devices, including Apple TV and Roku , so you’ll have the control you need—today and tomorrow. Harmony 665 makes juggling multiple remote controls a thing of the past.


Product Dimensions 5.7 x 10.7 x 1.6 inches


Item Weight 6.1 ounces


Shipping Weight 9.9 ounces


ASIN B077Q9C8T8


Item model number 915-000293


Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 400 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #234 in Remote Controls


Date first listed on Amazon February 22, 2019


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • No need for multiple remotes or remembering what to turn on or which input setting to use. Just press one button and Harmony does it all for you.
  • Say goodbye to that jumble of remotes once and for all. Combine up to 10 old-fashioned remotes into one.
  • Go directly to the shows, movies, and music you love with 23 customizable channel favorites.
  • If things get off track, on-screen help will walk you through the steps to get everything working again.
  • Harmony does the setup work for you. There are no confusing button combinations to press or codes to enter. Get to using your remote faster, with less frustration.

Description

Logitech Harmony 665 Advanced Remote Control is simple-to set up, easy to use, and gives you better control of your home entertainment. Online setup makes it easy to program with no clumsy trial and error codes. Use Activity buttons to turn on all the right devices to the right settings with just one button press. Customize 23 programmable buttons to jump right to your favorite channels. And Harmony remotes work with 270, 000+ devices, including Apple TV and Roku , so you’ll have the control you need—today and tomorrow. Harmony 665 makes juggling multiple remote controls a thing of the past.


Product Dimensions 5.7 x 10.7 x 1.6 inches


Item Weight 6.1 ounces


Shipping Weight 9.9 ounces


ASIN B077Q9C8T8


Item model number 915-000293


Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 400 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #234 in Remote Controls


Date first listed on Amazon February 22, 2019


abunda_amazon_reviews A little background - I'm an owner of the older Logitech 650 Remote and the last couple years, upgraded to the current model, the The Logitech 665. I use it to control a pretty elaborate Home Theater setups in two rooms that includes Pioneer SC-07 and VSX-59TXi Elite receivers, Marantz HD-DAC1 Headphone amp, Pioneer, Samsung and Panasonic plasma tvs, Oppo Blu-ray players, Pioneer Elite CLD-99 laserdisc player, DirecTV boxes, and even a Roku stick. The library of electronics Logitech has available for their line of remotes can't be beat. The (Windows based, in my case) app to configure and customize the remote(s) has a bit of a learning curve and it's not 100% perfect when it comes to organizing certain things like the placement or order of activities and devices in the LCD Display window, but for the most part, I can get it to do most of the complicated tasks and commands I want it to do. What my main complaint about especially the 665 is the build quality of the remote itself. It's really not built to last, especially the 4 buttons on either side of the display window which typically get the most use. I'm not particularly rough with remotes but I've notice that especially the 665 buttons last about a year before no matter how hard you push the button, it no longer works, clearly because the internal parts wear out or break. The older 650 remote seemed to have a better build quality and lasted a lot longer - not so with the 665. Thus, I can only recommend this remote with the caveat that you'll probably need to replace it once a year.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Great Remote, But Cheap Quality That Won't Last;;T.B.;;/gp/customer-reviews/R3BO3BAMX0Z0B9/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B077Q9C8T8;;;The idea for a multi-device remote control was great, especially with the promise of having different activities initiated with a single button. But... that where everything ends. I don't even know where to begin my rant. Anyway, if your audio device (in my case, it's a soundbar) is connected to your TV through an optical input, go away right now and look for another product. This device (and the Logitech desktop software that I needed to use in order to configure this remote) doesn't seem to know what an optical input is. I mean, it's not even mentioned anywhere - not in the remote, not in the app/software, not even in Logitech's Help/Support website or documentation. So, there's that. You'll be forced to select a different connection whether it's via the auxiliary input (hello modern times) or via Bluetooth which, in and of itself, presents a whole set of other problems depending on your other devices - like the audio device's power turning off after a predetermined time of inactivity so the Bluetooth is off, or your TV requiring permission every time a Bluetooth device tries to connect to it. I mean, these problems are no longer related to the Harmony remote but why can't an optical connection be included as an option when setting up the remote in the first place? This would have fulfilled the promise of a single remote running everything! And oh! My pet peeve with the remote: so you can set up "activities" that would supposedly turn on everything needed for that activity... great! Excellent! Then you find out that the most recent activity you set up would be the one listed on top. Well guess what? People tend to first set up the activity they do most. Like... ummm... watching TV? Yeah, sure, if that's the activity you do most, then you of course set it up first. Then you add more activities and you later find out that your "Watch TV" activity is already buried down the list which requires you to press buttons several times before you get to select it! So much for the "one button to turn on everything needed" concept! This requires that you first think of the most mundane task you could ever imagine and set them up first, before you finally decide as the last thing you'll set up the activity that you do the most. Oh well, the only nice thing about this experience is that I bought this from Amazon and returns are so painless. This thing goes out my door first thing Monday morning!;;Reviewed in the United States on December 14, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Good idea, but that's where it stops.;;Albert R.;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2QVIIF8W8POP9/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B077Q9C8T8;;;Finally, after purchasing and returning 2 others, I finally got one that not only worked well, but far exceeded my expectations. This remote is very flexible and can be set up to do whatever you want to do. For example, if you want only the TV turned on for a particular activity, you can set that up easily; if you want your Cable Box, TV, and Receiver turned on together for another activity you can also set that up easily. You can also create titles for your activities very easily as well. For example, form the pictures you can see that I've created 4 activities: (1) Watch TV (2) Listen To Radio (3) Streaming (4) Listen To Music. You can also see that I've connected the remote to 4 devices: Sharp TV, Phillips DVD, Insignia AV (Receiver) and Samsung DVR (Cable Box). To set up the remote you need to be able to use a computer as ALL the setup is done from the computer. If you want to add a new device or add/change an activity it has to be done from the computer. That being said, you will need the following information for setting up your devices: (1) Manufacturer Name (2) Model Number If you are connecting your devices through a receiver you'll also need to know the input for each device to the receiver. For example, input 1, Aux, Tuner, Video 1, etc. etc. That's it! Very good product.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 24, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Light Years Ahead of The Rest!;;Paul G;;/gp/customer-reviews/R22LCNE58H4DR3/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B077Q9C8T8

Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By T.B. - Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2019
Great Remote, But Cheap Quality That Won't Last
A little background - I'm an owner of the older Logitech 650 Remote and the last couple years, upgraded to the current model, the The Logitech 665. I use it to control a pretty elaborate Home Theater setups in two rooms that includes Pioneer SC-07 and VSX-59TXi Elite receivers, Marantz HD-DAC1 Headphone amp, Pioneer, Samsung and Panasonic plasma tvs, Oppo Blu-ray players, Pioneer Elite CLD-99 laserdisc player, DirecTV boxes, and even a Roku stick. The library of electronics Logitech has available for their line of remotes can't be beat. The (Windows based, in my case) app to configure and customize the remote(s) has a bit of a learning curve and it's not 100% perfect when it comes to organizing certain things like the placement or order of activities and devices in the LCD Display window, but for the most part, I can get it to do most of the complicated tasks and commands I want it to do. What my main complaint about especially the 665 is the build quality of the remote itself. It's really not built to last, especially the 4 buttons on either side of the display window which typically get the most use. I'm not particularly rough with remotes but I've notice that especially the 665 buttons last about a year before no matter how hard you push the button, it no longer works, clearly because the internal parts wear out or break. The older 650 remote seemed to have a better build quality and lasted a lot longer - not so with the 665. Thus, I can only recommend this remote with the caveat that you'll probably need to replace it once a year.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Albert R. - Reviewed in the United States on December 14, 2019
Good idea, but that's where it stops.
The idea for a multi-device remote control was great, especially with the promise of having different activities initiated with a single button. But... that where everything ends. I don't even know where to begin my rant. Anyway, if your audio device (in my case, it's a soundbar) is connected to your TV through an optical input, go away right now and look for another product. This device (and the Logitech desktop software that I needed to use in order to configure this remote) doesn't seem to know what an optical input is. I mean, it's not even mentioned anywhere - not in the remote, not in the app/software, not even in Logitech's Help/Support website or documentation. So, there's that. You'll be forced to select a different connection whether it's via the auxiliary input (hello modern times) or via Bluetooth which, in and of itself, presents a whole set of other problems depending on your other devices - like the audio device's power turning off after a predetermined time of inactivity so the Bluetooth is off, or your TV requiring permission every time a Bluetooth device tries to connect to it. I mean, these problems are no longer related to the Harmony remote but why can't an optical connection be included as an option when setting up the remote in the first place? This would have fulfilled the promise of a single remote running everything! And oh! My pet peeve with the remote: so you can set up "activities" that would supposedly turn on everything needed for that activity... great! Excellent! Then you find out that the most recent activity you set up would be the one listed on top. Well guess what? People tend to first set up the activity they do most. Like... ummm... watching TV? Yeah, sure, if that's the activity you do most, then you of course set it up first. Then you add more activities and you later find out that your "Watch TV" activity is already buried down the list which requires you to press buttons several times before you get to select it! So much for the "one button to turn on everything needed" concept! This requires that you first think of the most mundane task you could ever imagine and set them up first, before you finally decide as the last thing you'll set up the activity that you do the most. Oh well, the only nice thing about this experience is that I bought this from Amazon and returns are so painless. This thing goes out my door first thing Monday morning!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Paul G - Reviewed in the United States on November 24, 2019
Light Years Ahead of The Rest!
Finally, after purchasing and returning 2 others, I finally got one that not only worked well, but far exceeded my expectations. This remote is very flexible and can be set up to do whatever you want to do. For example, if you want only the TV turned on for a particular activity, you can set that up easily; if you want your Cable Box, TV, and Receiver turned on together for another activity you can also set that up easily. You can also create titles for your activities very easily as well. For example, form the pictures you can see that I've created 4 activities: (1) Watch TV (2) Listen To Radio (3) Streaming (4) Listen To Music. You can also see that I've connected the remote to 4 devices: Sharp TV, Phillips DVD, Insignia AV (Receiver) and Samsung DVR (Cable Box). To set up the remote you need to be able to use a computer as ALL the setup is done from the computer. If you want to add a new device or add/change an activity it has to be done from the computer. That being said, you will need the following information for setting up your devices: (1) Manufacturer Name (2) Model Number If you are connecting your devices through a receiver you'll also need to know the input for each device to the receiver. For example, input 1, Aux, Tuner, Video 1, etc. etc. That's it! Very good product.

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By T.B. - Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2019
Great Remote, But Cheap Quality That Won't Last
A little background - I'm an owner of the older Logitech 650 Remote and the last couple years, upgraded to the current model, the The Logitech 665. I use it to control a pretty elaborate Home Theater setups in two rooms that includes Pioneer SC-07 and VSX-59TXi Elite receivers, Marantz HD-DAC1 Headphone amp, Pioneer, Samsung and Panasonic plasma tvs, Oppo Blu-ray players, Pioneer Elite CLD-99 laserdisc player, DirecTV boxes, and even a Roku stick. The library of electronics Logitech has available for their line of remotes can't be beat. The (Windows based, in my case) app to configure and customize the remote(s) has a bit of a learning curve and it's not 100% perfect when it comes to organizing certain things like the placement or order of activities and devices in the LCD Display window, but for the most part, I can get it to do most of the complicated tasks and commands I want it to do. What my main complaint about especially the 665 is the build quality of the remote itself. It's really not built to last, especially the 4 buttons on either side of the display window which typically get the most use. I'm not particularly rough with remotes but I've notice that especially the 665 buttons last about a year before no matter how hard you push the button, it no longer works, clearly because the internal parts wear out or break. The older 650 remote seemed to have a better build quality and lasted a lot longer - not so with the 665. Thus, I can only recommend this remote with the caveat that you'll probably need to replace it once a year.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Albert R. - Reviewed in the United States on December 14, 2019
Good idea, but that's where it stops.
The idea for a multi-device remote control was great, especially with the promise of having different activities initiated with a single button. But... that where everything ends. I don't even know where to begin my rant. Anyway, if your audio device (in my case, it's a soundbar) is connected to your TV through an optical input, go away right now and look for another product. This device (and the Logitech desktop software that I needed to use in order to configure this remote) doesn't seem to know what an optical input is. I mean, it's not even mentioned anywhere - not in the remote, not in the app/software, not even in Logitech's Help/Support website or documentation. So, there's that. You'll be forced to select a different connection whether it's via the auxiliary input (hello modern times) or via Bluetooth which, in and of itself, presents a whole set of other problems depending on your other devices - like the audio device's power turning off after a predetermined time of inactivity so the Bluetooth is off, or your TV requiring permission every time a Bluetooth device tries to connect to it. I mean, these problems are no longer related to the Harmony remote but why can't an optical connection be included as an option when setting up the remote in the first place? This would have fulfilled the promise of a single remote running everything! And oh! My pet peeve with the remote: so you can set up "activities" that would supposedly turn on everything needed for that activity... great! Excellent! Then you find out that the most recent activity you set up would be the one listed on top. Well guess what? People tend to first set up the activity they do most. Like... ummm... watching TV? Yeah, sure, if that's the activity you do most, then you of course set it up first. Then you add more activities and you later find out that your "Watch TV" activity is already buried down the list which requires you to press buttons several times before you get to select it! So much for the "one button to turn on everything needed" concept! This requires that you first think of the most mundane task you could ever imagine and set them up first, before you finally decide as the last thing you'll set up the activity that you do the most. Oh well, the only nice thing about this experience is that I bought this from Amazon and returns are so painless. This thing goes out my door first thing Monday morning!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Paul G - Reviewed in the United States on November 24, 2019
Light Years Ahead of The Rest!
Finally, after purchasing and returning 2 others, I finally got one that not only worked well, but far exceeded my expectations. This remote is very flexible and can be set up to do whatever you want to do. For example, if you want only the TV turned on for a particular activity, you can set that up easily; if you want your Cable Box, TV, and Receiver turned on together for another activity you can also set that up easily. You can also create titles for your activities very easily as well. For example, form the pictures you can see that I've created 4 activities: (1) Watch TV (2) Listen To Radio (3) Streaming (4) Listen To Music. You can also see that I've connected the remote to 4 devices: Sharp TV, Phillips DVD, Insignia AV (Receiver) and Samsung DVR (Cable Box). To set up the remote you need to be able to use a computer as ALL the setup is done from the computer. If you want to add a new device or add/change an activity it has to be done from the computer. That being said, you will need the following information for setting up your devices: (1) Manufacturer Name (2) Model Number If you are connecting your devices through a receiver you'll also need to know the input for each device to the receiver. For example, input 1, Aux, Tuner, Video 1, etc. etc. That's it! Very good product.