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The Kameleon 8 is a JP1 compatible remote, however there are no actual pins soldered onto the board or even holes for pins making it a less than ideal candidate for JP1 fans.Still, techies eager to exploit the remotes deeper capabilities can opt to purchase a special cable that must be manually held against the contacts during programming. Practically anything you couldnt do to the remote normally.I've been looking at the 885 but now they've released the Harmony One in the US, Europe and Australia so it'll be here soon. There are plenty of other models available in the US & Europe as well but all spec'd below the One. Buying the One from HK or Aus would make it a bit cheaper but warranty might be in question.Does anyone have one and if you had to buy one now, which one would you get ?Advanced codes were the craze before JP1 started, and its nice to see that they still work on the Kameleon.Touch panel only displays the keys you need - Unique Kameleon™ Touch Panel highlights only the keys you need - Future proof remote: wireless upgrades of any new device codes - One For All Light Control to switch on/off or dimyour lights and create the perfect home theatremood (requires additional One For All Light Control accessories) - Controls your TV, DVD, Sat/Cable/DVB-T, surround amplifier and lights - Macro-keys and learning function for easy addition of original remote functions Other Characteristics: Batteries included: YBattery life: 0.3 year(s)Battery type: AAButtons quantity: 13Colour of product: Black, Silver Ethernet LAN: YFrequency range: 0 - 455k Hz Maximum range: 15 m Number of batteries supported: 2On/off switch: YTouchscreen: Y I thought I was going to be really happy with this remote but I soon found some problems.
(OK, it's really more like 4 or 5, but still....)Yeah, it will.
I tried to set it up on the system but in the end just put "next Input" button on my programmable area. One bad thing about it: because I don't have a music player (I use my Airport Express) it doesn't like me to add a "Listen to Music" macro easily.
And because it doesn't control my XBox or my PC, then it doesn't have a "Play games" or "Look at Internet Porn on the big screen" macros either. And would only send a -lette to school for less than a week. I've seen it online for that much ( OS-13-71-12b ...
What I don't like about the One is that it doesn't have the 4 Coloured buttons (RGYB) which are used on a few devices, like my Starhub PVR.
Though you can have some LCD based colour buttons if required. S just mentioned the need for something like this the other day.
batteries, but that was probably because of all the pretty lights and the programming failed for some of my equipment (high quality Hi Fi stereo set).