Universal Remote Control Universal Home Theater Master Remote Control

TV, VCR, Cable Box, DVD Player, Laser Disc Player, Audio System, Tuner, CD Player, Satellite Receiver - MPN: MX500
Product Details
Description
The MX-500 is ergonomically designed and weight balanced to fit comfortably in one hand. The brightly backlit LCD view screen and buttons make navigation within a darkened home theater environment a breeze. Punch Through feature enables control of one component while the remote is actually in another component mode.
Quick Glance
General Features LCD
Number of Controllable Devices 10
User Reviews
MX-500 Universal Remote Control.
5 Star Review   By member Hornis - Jun 4, 2007   

Strengths: Easy to use & set up. Comfortable, excellant IR transmission power.

Weakness: No PC interface for loading discrete commands.

2nd MX-500, 1st unit lasted 7years of daily use - still works but tired of cleaning button contacts. Very easy to set up new unit - with "clone" feature - 30sec's work! Highly recommended for price vs features & performance.

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Quite impressive
5 Star Review   By member mrb186 - Oct 24, 2006   

Strengths: Versatile, high quality look and feel, pre-program codes appear very comprehesive, decent price

Weakness: Don't really like devices that use AAA batteries. Economically speaking, AA are the way to go.

Only had this for a week but so far it has everything I need. I have used the pre-programmed codes, the learning feature, and macros and they all work as promised. I'm sure that I will continue to make changes to buttons as I go. Using the pre-programmed codes will automatically populate a variety of buttons with commands and it's a bit of a trick to figure out which is which. But still, it's very impressive. Buy.com had the best price when using Google Checkout. 'GC' is VERY slick. Just wish everyone offered it.

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5 Star Review   By member geistmeister - Feb 7, 2005   

Strengths: Universal Remote I've bought ever, and I've bought plenty. Definitely superior to a Kameleon.

Weakness: Backlight is virtually worthless for reading LCD except in total darkness. If you want to backlight the screen, find a better method.

This is by far the best Universal remote that I have ever purchased. (Over the years I've purchased several, the last being a Kameleon.) Lots of power, lots of memory. Easy to make the remote do what you want. A lot of flexibility. Definitely the best bang for the buck out there! Highly recommended! Took me from seven remotes down to one!

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4 Star Review   By member dkmoul - Feb 4, 2005   

Strengths: Highly configurable. Intuitive layout. Feels balanced and solid in you hand. Handles a multitude of tasks. Easy to program.

The reomote lost the pre-loaded signals for some of the programmed buttons and I had to replicate the same learning process for the same button numerous times. Other than that, the remote has performed flawlessly

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2 Star Review   By member KENNETH23462 - Feb 4, 2005   

Strengths: excellent for TV

Weakness: VCR setup was completly unsat

I chose a high-end remote because most universal remotes leave quite a bit to be desired. My TV remote was giving it up. Setting up the MX-500 for the TV (a sony) worked great! Everthing was going fine. Now it was time to set up the VCR. I still don't have it even close - dismal failure! I haven't even tried yet to set it up for the DVD; but, I don't have much faith. This sounds good; however, if my experience says much, I don't recomend this one. It's a good remote - I just can't get it to work with my stuff (and my equipments not that old!)

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5 Star Review   By member jrjack1 - Jan 3, 2005   

Strengths: Farily easy to program and does exactly what it claims to do. Macro functions are executed very well.

Weakness: The unit is a little large, but I welcome it as it replaces 5 other device remotes

Excellent product at a great price. After 5 minutes, my wife was able to use it with no problem because of the easy macro functions. I highly recommend this unit.

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5 Star Review   By member bcatwilly - Dec 18, 2004   

Strengths: Complete control of any device, Large LCD, macro ability, ability to "punch through" functions like volume control from your receiver to your DVD, awesome remote backlight that is cool looking too

Weakness: Does not hook up to a PC for programming if that matters to you (didn't to me)

I have been hassling with multiple remotes for years now. I guess that I had gotten somewhat used to it, although my wife never quite knew all of the "tricks" that I did. But the final straw came when I finally purchased a receiver for a home theater setup. Now I had to deal with getting my TV input to the correct setting (receiver did not perform any "up conversion" like some higher end models do), set the receiver to the right audio input and so on. Well this remote is quite simply amazing! I was able to program ALL 5 of my other remotes into this one in just a couple hours. I even programmed a couple of macros that will bring up my entire system into a certain state when I turn it on and then bring it all down when powering off. You can program basically any button on the remote, including the joystick. This means that you can customize however you want. You can also "punch through" the volume control and a couple other features from other devices. For example I now have everything going into my receiver, so I "punched through" the volume control from it to my TV device, DVD device, etc. Now when I am controlling the TV or DVD it actually changes the receiver volume when I push those buttons, which is exactly what I wanted. Because it has a nice large LCD screen with text beside some of the device buttons and their function controls, you can even customize the LCD text. For example I labeled one 'Xbox' and programmed a macro for it that will switch my TV input to the Xbox and switch the receiver to the digital audio input being used for the Xbox. VERY cool! Another useful feature is a 'Favorites' button that when pushed brings up about 5 pages of Favorite channel buttons on the LCD screen. You can customize the channel and text for any of these so that you no longer have to remember where that crazy cooking channel in the 140 something range actually is :) Run, don't walk, to buy this remote if you have a setup where you are using multiple remotes! Forget to say that the backlight is a very cool looking space age blue color that can be customized to stay on up to 99 seconds or something after a button is pressed, great for your dark home theater viewing.!

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4 Star Review   By member GASTURBO1 - Dec 16, 2004   

Strengths: LEARNING; BACKLIT; CONTROLS UP TO 10 COMPONENTS.

Weakness: not a TOUCH SCREEN; some codes will not work, will have to learn them.

Although I only paid $70 for it, this remote looks, feels and performs like the $150 MSRP initially advertised for. It has a rubberlike texture which aids in holding and controlling it. The MX-500 comes with a diverse library of codes to control most A/V componets but it can also learn your remotes. It has a cool "negative" LCD display when the backlite button is pressed. The LCD screen, by the way, is not touch screen. something that i really don't care about but others might. The only problem I had was that it did not pick up my tape player codes, I had to make it learn it. This process takes time but is worth the wait. The MX-500 is a very well designed remote.

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3 Star Review   By member gkcmilner - Dec 5, 2004   

Strengths: Esthetics; excellent LCD and backlighting; very powerful.

Weakness: Can't get it to learn my Sony RM-TP501 commands. Codes not ugradeable.

Upon taking the MX-500 out of the box I was very impressed with the quality of the mat black finish and the overall look and feel of the remote. It even came with 4 Duracell batteries instead of the normal cheap generic ones. It is a little large, but I guess it needs to be with the display and all of the hard buttons. The LCD display is so good you will rarely need the backlight (which is the best I’ve seen). I bought this to replace my Sony RM-TP501 remote commander. The Sony has a terrible display and backlight, and the touch screen is very cumbersome to use. I am also using it for my Panasonic 42” plasma monitor, Philips DVD recorder, Dish Network PVR, and a Sony STR-DA50ES receiver. The remote had the programmed codes for the monitor (only basic commands), some basic commands for the receiver, and only the basic commands for the PVR (none of the recording commands). It didn't have my DVD recorder. I was pretty disappointed with that, and the fact that I couldn’t download updated codes. Fortunately I was able to make it learn the other commands I use most for the monitor, PVR, and DVD recorder, and rename the LCD buttons to their new function. However, I could not get it to learn from the Sony RM-TP501. This was very frustrating since in the glossary of the user manual it says there is a work around for 2-way remotes but it doesn’t say anywhere what it is. I also found the manual to be sometimes confusing and lacking for someone that doesn’t test and review these remotes for a living. The macro feature is ok if the components are either all on or all off at the same time. The remote is very powerful and seems to work even if the remote is in another room. It does not, however, work well with my Dish Network PVR. Most of the commands I had to learn from the PVR remote, and they behave strangely. With any other device selected the transmit indicator flashes as long as I hold a button down. With the PVR selected the transmit indicator only flashes once and I have a hard time getting the response I want from the PVR. The PVR is interesting in that it reads both IR and RF. Maybe that has something to do with it. Anyway, it’s a nice universal remote, but for this price it needs to be updated to work with the current crop of modern equipment, or at least be upgradeable.

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4 Star Review   By member jaymlang - Oct 18, 2004   

Strengths: Well laid out, many codes programmed, easy to use & program

Weakness: Missing some codes, no PC interface to download new ones.

I really like this remote, but the true test is that my wife (who is not technically savvy) has been able to use it easily after a 10 minute training session. She exclaimed "wow, it can do that?" several times when I showed her the macro functions and the favorite channel buttons. This is replacing a "universal remote" of unknown brand that I've had for awhile but which never worked all that well. We could never get it to work with our Daewoo DVD player, but the MX-500 learned the codes in a few minutes, so we are now down to just one remote. Programming was easy; codes were pre-programmed for my receiver, cable, TV, and VCR. Programming the DVD player was pretty easy, but I wish there was a PC interface to upload new devices more easily (can't really complain for $50 though). I love the LCD screen and the fact that all the buttons are programmable, including changing the LCD text for buttons. Lots of macro functions. This thing works from really far away, through blankets, etc. -- it's got a very strong IR signal. Overall, I really love it and thought it was a great investment so I can finally get rid of all those other remotes.

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Product Details
Description
The MX-500 is ergonomically designed and weight balanced to fit comfortably in one hand. The brightly backlit LCD view screen and buttons make navigation within a darkened home theater environment a breeze. Punch Through feature enables control of one component while the remote is actually in another component mode.
Quick Glance
General Features LCD
Number of Controllable Devices 10
Summary
Product Title Universal Remote Control Universal Home Theater Master Remote Control
Manufacturer Universal Remote Control
Power Score 4.4 | 15 Reviews
Other Features
Battery Type: 4 x AAA Alkaline
Dimensions
Dimensions: 9.10" Height x 3" Width x 1.30" Depth
Weight: 7.50 oz - With Batteries
Warranty
Warranty Information: 1 Year
More Info
URL: Manufacturer Link
Additional Specifications
Buttons & Keys: Power System Off
Memory Backup: 1 Year
Number of Batteries: 4
SKU: DMX500
Description: MX-500 Universal Remote Control
Number of Batteries: 4
Controllable Device Types: AM/FM Tuner, Cable Box, CD Player, DVD Player, Other IR Operated Remote Equipment, Satellite Receiver, Television, VCR
Brand Name: URC
Macro Length (Number of Functions): 14
Frequency Band: LCD viewscreen with 26 individual pages Provides quick access to device options with thumb Learns up to 530 commands via infrared from device remote controls Built-in preprogrammed database of over 1,000 audio and video component codes Commands Per Device: 53 commands per device 43 hard button commands 5 joystick commands per device 530 commands per device in total
User Reviews
MX-500 Universal Remote Control.
5 Star Review   By member Hornis - Jun 4, 2007   

Strengths: Easy to use & set up. Comfortable, excellant IR transmission power.

Weakness: No PC interface for loading discrete commands.

2nd MX-500, 1st unit lasted 7years of daily use - still works but tired of cleaning button contacts. Very easy to set up new unit - with "clone" feature - 30sec's work! Highly recommended for price vs features & performance.

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Quite impressive
5 Star Review   By member mrb186 - Oct 24, 2006   

Strengths: Versatile, high quality look and feel, pre-program codes appear very comprehesive, decent price

Weakness: Don't really like devices that use AAA batteries. Economically speaking, AA are the way to go.

Only had this for a week but so far it has everything I need. I have used the pre-programmed codes, the learning feature, and macros and they all work as promised. I'm sure that I will continue to make changes to buttons as I go. Using the pre-programmed codes will automatically populate a variety of buttons with commands and it's a bit of a trick to figure out which is which. But still, it's very impressive. Buy.com had the best price when using Google Checkout. 'GC' is VERY slick. Just wish everyone offered it.

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5 Star Review   By member geistmeister - Feb 7, 2005   

Strengths: Universal Remote I've bought ever, and I've bought plenty. Definitely superior to a Kameleon.

Weakness: Backlight is virtually worthless for reading LCD except in total darkness. If you want to backlight the screen, find a better method.

This is by far the best Universal remote that I have ever purchased. (Over the years I've purchased several, the last being a Kameleon.) Lots of power, lots of memory. Easy to make the remote do what you want. A lot of flexibility. Definitely the best bang for the buck out there! Highly recommended! Took me from seven remotes down to one!

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4 Star Review   By member dkmoul - Feb 4, 2005   

Strengths: Highly configurable. Intuitive layout. Feels balanced and solid in you hand. Handles a multitude of tasks. Easy to program.

The reomote lost the pre-loaded signals for some of the programmed buttons and I had to replicate the same learning process for the same button numerous times. Other than that, the remote has performed flawlessly

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2 Star Review   By member KENNETH23462 - Feb 4, 2005   

Strengths: excellent for TV

Weakness: VCR setup was completly unsat

I chose a high-end remote because most universal remotes leave quite a bit to be desired. My TV remote was giving it up. Setting up the MX-500 for the TV (a sony) worked great! Everthing was going fine. Now it was time to set up the VCR. I still don't have it even close - dismal failure! I haven't even tried yet to set it up for the DVD; but, I don't have much faith. This sounds good; however, if my experience says much, I don't recomend this one. It's a good remote - I just can't get it to work with my stuff (and my equipments not that old!)

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5 Star Review   By member jrjack1 - Jan 3, 2005   

Strengths: Farily easy to program and does exactly what it claims to do. Macro functions are executed very well.

Weakness: The unit is a little large, but I welcome it as it replaces 5 other device remotes

Excellent product at a great price. After 5 minutes, my wife was able to use it with no problem because of the easy macro functions. I highly recommend this unit.

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5 Star Review   By member bcatwilly - Dec 18, 2004   

Strengths: Complete control of any device, Large LCD, macro ability, ability to "punch through" functions like volume control from your receiver to your DVD, awesome remote backlight that is cool looking too

Weakness: Does not hook up to a PC for programming if that matters to you (didn't to me)

I have been hassling with multiple remotes for years now. I guess that I had gotten somewhat used to it, although my wife never quite knew all of the "tricks" that I did. But the final straw came when I finally purchased a receiver for a home theater setup. Now I had to deal with getting my TV input to the correct setting (receiver did not perform any "up conversion" like some higher end models do), set the receiver to the right audio input and so on. Well this remote is quite simply amazing! I was able to program ALL 5 of my other remotes into this one in just a couple hours. I even programmed a couple of macros that will bring up my entire system into a certain state when I turn it on and then bring it all down when powering off. You can program basically any button on the remote, including the joystick. This means that you can customize however you want. You can also "punch through" the volume control and a couple other features from other devices. For example I now have everything going into my receiver, so I "punched through" the volume control from it to my TV device, DVD device, etc. Now when I am controlling the TV or DVD it actually changes the receiver volume when I push those buttons, which is exactly what I wanted. Because it has a nice large LCD screen with text beside some of the device buttons and their function controls, you can even customize the LCD text. For example I labeled one 'Xbox' and programmed a macro for it that will switch my TV input to the Xbox and switch the receiver to the digital audio input being used for the Xbox. VERY cool! Another useful feature is a 'Favorites' button that when pushed brings up about 5 pages of Favorite channel buttons on the LCD screen. You can customize the channel and text for any of these so that you no longer have to remember where that crazy cooking channel in the 140 something range actually is :) Run, don't walk, to buy this remote if you have a setup where you are using multiple remotes! Forget to say that the backlight is a very cool looking space age blue color that can be customized to stay on up to 99 seconds or something after a button is pressed, great for your dark home theater viewing.!

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4 Star Review   By member GASTURBO1 - Dec 16, 2004   

Strengths: LEARNING; BACKLIT; CONTROLS UP TO 10 COMPONENTS.

Weakness: not a TOUCH SCREEN; some codes will not work, will have to learn them.

Although I only paid $70 for it, this remote looks, feels and performs like the $150 MSRP initially advertised for. It has a rubberlike texture which aids in holding and controlling it. The MX-500 comes with a diverse library of codes to control most A/V componets but it can also learn your remotes. It has a cool "negative" LCD display when the backlite button is pressed. The LCD screen, by the way, is not touch screen. something that i really don't care about but others might. The only problem I had was that it did not pick up my tape player codes, I had to make it learn it. This process takes time but is worth the wait. The MX-500 is a very well designed remote.

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3 Star Review   By member gkcmilner - Dec 5, 2004   

Strengths: Esthetics; excellent LCD and backlighting; very powerful.

Weakness: Can't get it to learn my Sony RM-TP501 commands. Codes not ugradeable.

Upon taking the MX-500 out of the box I was very impressed with the quality of the mat black finish and the overall look and feel of the remote. It even came with 4 Duracell batteries instead of the normal cheap generic ones. It is a little large, but I guess it needs to be with the display and all of the hard buttons. The LCD display is so good you will rarely need the backlight (which is the best I’ve seen). I bought this to replace my Sony RM-TP501 remote commander. The Sony has a terrible display and backlight, and the touch screen is very cumbersome to use. I am also using it for my Panasonic 42” plasma monitor, Philips DVD recorder, Dish Network PVR, and a Sony STR-DA50ES receiver. The remote had the programmed codes for the monitor (only basic commands), some basic commands for the receiver, and only the basic commands for the PVR (none of the recording commands). It didn't have my DVD recorder. I was pretty disappointed with that, and the fact that I couldn’t download updated codes. Fortunately I was able to make it learn the other commands I use most for the monitor, PVR, and DVD recorder, and rename the LCD buttons to their new function. However, I could not get it to learn from the Sony RM-TP501. This was very frustrating since in the glossary of the user manual it says there is a work around for 2-way remotes but it doesn’t say anywhere what it is. I also found the manual to be sometimes confusing and lacking for someone that doesn’t test and review these remotes for a living. The macro feature is ok if the components are either all on or all off at the same time. The remote is very powerful and seems to work even if the remote is in another room. It does not, however, work well with my Dish Network PVR. Most of the commands I had to learn from the PVR remote, and they behave strangely. With any other device selected the transmit indicator flashes as long as I hold a button down. With the PVR selected the transmit indicator only flashes once and I have a hard time getting the response I want from the PVR. The PVR is interesting in that it reads both IR and RF. Maybe that has something to do with it. Anyway, it’s a nice universal remote, but for this price it needs to be updated to work with the current crop of modern equipment, or at least be upgradeable.

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4 Star Review   By member jaymlang - Oct 18, 2004   

Strengths: Well laid out, many codes programmed, easy to use & program

Weakness: Missing some codes, no PC interface to download new ones.

I really like this remote, but the true test is that my wife (who is not technically savvy) has been able to use it easily after a 10 minute training session. She exclaimed "wow, it can do that?" several times when I showed her the macro functions and the favorite channel buttons. This is replacing a "universal remote" of unknown brand that I've had for awhile but which never worked all that well. We could never get it to work with our Daewoo DVD player, but the MX-500 learned the codes in a few minutes, so we are now down to just one remote. Programming was easy; codes were pre-programmed for my receiver, cable, TV, and VCR. Programming the DVD player was pretty easy, but I wish there was a PC interface to upload new devices more easily (can't really complain for $50 though). I love the LCD screen and the fact that all the buttons are programmable, including changing the LCD text for buttons. Lots of macro functions. This thing works from really far away, through blankets, etc. -- it's got a very strong IR signal. Overall, I really love it and thought it was a great investment so I can finally get rid of all those other remotes.

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4 Star Review   By member sholling - Oct 16, 2004   

Strengths: Outstanding design and interface

Weakness: No updated codes

All this love? Perhaps things have changed. My setup is fairly new. A Panasonic 34” wide screen TV, a Pioneer receiver, and a Pioneer DVD player worked almost instantly (like 10 minutes). On the other hand there didn’t seem to be a code for my Gateway DVD player. Ok no problem right? None of this would be a big deal IF they had updated codes on their website. Sadly they don’t! Overall rating? If you use old technology – 5 of 5 stars. If you use anything else...

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5 Star Review   By member scottegos2 - Oct 13, 2004   

Strengths: Comfortable! Easy to use. Lots and lots of hard buttons.

Weakness: Can't learn a couple of codes -- one of the less-important codes from my Pioneer elite receiver and also a code from my old Panasonic laserdic player. No PC interface.

On the whole, this is an unbelievably useful remote. I just bought a second one to use as a backup (literally -- I can save all my programming on it).

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5 Star Review   By member gremlins718 - Oct 13, 2004   

Strengths: Easy to control and easy to program. And able to set marco.

Weakness: no

Easy to control and easy to program. And able to set marco. One button can turn on everything you need and one button you can turn off everything you like. You can program to turn on the TV on which channel and set the Recevice on which input. Very good.

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5 Star Review   By member lb7677 - Sep 20, 2004   

Strengths: Strong infrared signal, plenty of programmable buttons on the LCD, super clear screen, everything is programmable, macros are more configurable than other remotes

Weakness: Didn't have pre-program for my Denon receiver or Integra DVD player, but most remotes don't

I have been using a Marantz MK remote for some time. It has most of the features I want but it's heavy, the screen is a little hard to read, and I have to point it directly at the receiver to make it work. I had read a lot about this remote after trying some others and this one seemed to be the absolute best. Now that I've used it there's no doubt. When I first took it out of the box I was blown away by the clarity of the characters on the little LCD screen. The contrast is fully adjustable, and it looks great. The remote is a lot lighter than my Marantz, since it uses AAA batteries instead of AA. The macros are great too and better than other remotes. You can program a macro that turns everything on or off, like other remotes, but you can also make it switch the screen on the remote to the appropriate component if you want. It's little touches like that that make me really love this remote.

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5 Star Review   By member boylanc - Feb 27, 2004   

Strengths: This remote has completely removed the necessity for any other remotes in the living room. I used to have seven remotes, now I have one and the macro functions allow me to do things that I couldn't.

Weakness: It requires a fair amount of planning to program it correctly, as when you wnat to move a button, you have to reprogram - buttons cannot be moved by the remote itself.

This remote has replaced the seven remotes that used to be on the coffee table. It can do everything they could, unlike normal universal remotes which often omit certain functions. This learning capability can not be underrated. Throw the remote's ability to learn macros (several actions with one button pushed) and everything becomes more convenient and user friendly. Now my girlfriend knows that you only have to push one button to turn on the TV, sound and turn their inputs to the TiVo.

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