• DISH Network 40.0 UHF 2G Remote for Hopper/Joey Receivers
  • DISH Network 40.0 UHF 2G Remote for Hopper/Joey Receivers
  • DISH Network 40.0 UHF 2G Remote for Hopper/Joey Receivers
DISH Network 40.0 UHF 2G Remote for Hopper/Joey Receivers
DISH Network 40.0 UHF 2G Remote for Hopper/Joey Receivers
DISH Network 40.0 UHF 2G Remote for Hopper/Joey Receivers

DISH Network 40.0 UHF 2G Remote for Hopper/Joey Receivers

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  • Replacement remote for Dish Hopper and Joey Receivers
  • Only works for Hopper and Joey
  • Can operate the Hopper by UHF signal

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He was like, why do you want another one This product, the Dish Network 40.0 remote control, works exactly as advertised, all I needed to do was add 4 AAA batteries. An interesting note: the Dish technician who installed my Hopper w/ Sling a couple of weeks ago, was less than helpful when I requested an extra remote. He was like, why do you want another one? I told him I had two remotes with my previous Dish receiver, the VIP 722, and was used to keeping one in the living room and one in the kitchen. He then apologized and said the new receiver would only pair with one remote, and I was basically SOL. The next day I contacted Dish and requested an extra remote--WOW--almost an instant replay! No, they wouldn't sell me one, and, in any event, the receiver could only handle one remote. Period. I then went ahead and ordered this one from Amazon, and presto--it paired with my Hopper with absolutely no trouble at all, and the original one supplied by Dish also continued to function normally. So, if you're wanting to have two identical 40.0 remotes with your Hopper, but it's against Dish's religion (or whatever) never fear, just order one from Amazon! 5Back to the gold standard "feel" of Dish controllers I picked this remote up as a replacement for the new-style smaller Hopper 3 controller I received with the DVR. I hate that thing! After over 15 years of using Dish remotes, the 40.0 just feels right, and I can find all of the buttons in the dark. The only thing I knocked it down for is the sensitivity; especially on volume control, this is way too sensitive. Hitting "volume up" 3-4 times in quick succession will jump the volume randomly, often WAY too high. This didn't happen with the Hopper 1 with the older controller on my Denon amp, nor does it do it with the new smaller controller. I can live with it, though. 4BONUS BUTTONS with Hopper 3 receiver! More features than Hopper 3's 52.0 remote, and One-click CC! The Hopper 3 came with a new 52.0 remote that is COMPLETELY different. It had ONE extra function, but lacked several key functions of the older 20 series remotes. Like me, you may have the old 20.1, 21.0, or 21.1 remote buttons memorized. I found out you could use the old remote with the Hopper 3 receiver, but only with IR infrared communication. My old remote worked, but now I had to aim it at the receiver whenever I used it. Kind of a pain, but still better than the new 52.0 remote.My 21.1 remote (old style) was starting to wear out requiring the buttons to be pressed extremely hard in order to function. I started looking for a new remote and came across the 40.0 version. It's fully compatible with the Hopper 3, and it has all the same shaped buttons in all the same places. YES! It also uses RF communication, not IR. Beyond that, the Hopper 3 now utilizes the colored buttons that were useless on the previous receivers. Win-win-win!Some of what you gain when 40.0 remote is paired to a Hopper 3 receiver: - The Red Button gives different options (sorting, view format, etc.) depending on what you're doing. - The Green button now cycles CC (closed-captioning) on and off with a single click! - The Yellow button offers sorting and menu options depending on what you're doing. - The Blue button opens up the Apps page.There are also colored button legends on the screen telling you what they do when you're in any mode with a menu. I don't think the colored button legends are there when using the 52.0 remote.Features the 52.0 remote (issued with Hopper 3) lacks:There are no fast-forward or rewind buttons - You have to hold the SKIP and BACK buttons for about a second to activate FF and REW.When browsing the guide, you have to hold down the SKIP FWD button to move forward a day, and SKIP BACK button to move back a day.There are no dedicated Page Up and Page Down buttons for use in the programming guide. You have to use the channel button to move up and down to change pages.The Left/Right/Up/Down/select is just a slightly indented flat panel rather than the dedicated buttons. It's perfectly usable, just a bit awkward compared to the old remote, at least in my opinion.The ONLY thing I've found that you lose when going from the 52.0 remote to the 40.0 remote:No HOME button, but you can access it quickly by hitting MENU twice.I don't even use the 52.0 remote anymore. I'll update any other significant differences I find when I get a chance. 5Flawless transaction for Dish Network 40.0 remote Arrived in 2 days as stated. New Dish 40.0 Remote Control came with simple instructions with photos for programming it to work with the Hopper w/Sling, Sony TV, Sony DVD player. After showing my non-technical brother where the "Sys Info" button was (on the Hopper, under the cover, on the front of the unit), he completed the remote setup. Everything went according to what was expected. My Dad's old remote control was 4-5 years old and the arrow buttons worked sporadically. You basically had to hold the button down for several seconds before it "registered" with the Hopper and then it would blast down or over multiple spots making channel selection very dicey. I "chatted" online at the dish website and it was decided that the remote was worn out. Price-wise, Dish offered the remote at the same price, but charged 6 for shipping, so I used Amazon Prime. It's funny, sometimes its these simple things that make life wonderful again. Now get out there and start watching some documentaries and learn something! 5Fantastic - So much better than the 54.0! But.... We switched from Directv to Dish and we were soooo disappointed in the New 54.0... remotes!The 54.0 remotes are anything BUT intuitive - unless you want to spend the next three weeks in training sessions with your spouse as to what sequence you need to press which buttons, and no matter how well you pronounce the English language, the voice recognition leaves much to be desired - football fans be warned!Forget eating pizza, Tex-Mex or Chinese and then using the voice activation feature, you will not receive the desired result with ANY quantity of food in your mouth! Forget the 54.0...get the 40.0 old style which is far more intuitive... But, IT is not with out its flaws!For the 40.0:> First it should have a delete key so you can delete a recorded program as soon as you are finished with it.> Secondly, all the buttons should be labeled - I took a fine point permanent marker and labeled ALL of the unmarked grey keys and all of the colored keys with either a single capital letter or the first letter of each word in the function which greatly helped in remembering what the function is until you ve used it enough to remember it.> Third, the keys should be back-lit so you can see the keys in the dark!!!> Finally, include VOICE recocognition that really, really works if you speak slowly and announceate clearly.Having said all that - the 40.0 is far superior to the 54.0 remote!Shipping was extremely fast and the remotes were brand new - we were very pleased with the purchase! 4Exact replacement My very large dog every once in a while will take the remote for the satellite/TV and chew on it. She did this when she was a puppy and now that she is 8 years old had done it again. If she chews so the buttons don't work I cannot watch television and I like to have a spare just in case. This remote is exactly like the one that came with my satellite. The hardest part is find the code for my new television so it will work. 5UHF Remote without the constant annoying clicking noise like the 52.0 When I signed up with Dish, I was told the 52.0 is different from the 40.0 is it doesn't require a direct line of sight to operate. So, I lived with the annoying clicking noise for every push of the button. Then, I saw this listing, and a picture, which shows it uses a UHF signal instead of IR. Some reviewer says it requires a direct line of sight, so it made me nervous, but I decided to take a chance because I have Prime, and can easily send it back if necessary. But, there's no need for that since it works from anywhere including underneath the blanket. It's also completely silent, so I can say bye bye to the 52.0 noisy clicks. Hopefully, this review can help someone who's in the same boat I was, which is to watch TV at night and not disturb your spouse, get this remote and a nice set of wireless headset. 5Seems to be the same exact model used by Dish Perfect replacement for my original Dish remote. Paired to my receiver right away. No complaints!I would definitely recommend this to anyone with a lost or damaged Dish Network remote. This one is an exact replacement for the one that came with my receiver, so I had no issues of any kind. It even says Dish on the bottom, as my original remote did, so as far as I can tell this is the exact same remote sourced by Dish Network. 5SO much easier to use with my new Hopper! Have the 54 remote and found it tough to use not only with the buttons but with the convoluted menus . So after reading some great reviews about this remote, I bought it and set it up today. SO HAPPY! Feels just like my really old remote, so my hand knows just where to go... Interstingly, batteries were in the remote, and after pairing it with my receiver, everything worked, including my TV. Wondering if this was a return and coincidently we both had a Panasonic? Is that even possible? Anyway, love this remote!! 5Works fine It took me a few minutes to figure out how to get the device to work with my hardware, but it was worth the trouble. The key, for me, was finding the right support page. With the following very simple instructions, setup is a snap -- including getting the remote to work perfectly with our TV. The device's appearance and functioning are identical to the original remote that I received with my Dish installation. Setup simply requires that you (1) push the "SYSTEM INFO" button on the front of the satellite-receiver box (NOT the remote) [a "System Info" screen should open on your TV], (2) press "SAT" on the remote [at this point the remote should beep -- in my experience, for some reason on the first try I did not hear a beep], and (3) press "CANCEL" on the remote [the "System Info" screen should close]. Voila! 5
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He was like, why do you want another one This product, the Dish Network 40.0 remote control, works exactly as advertised, all I needed to do was add 4 AAA batteries. An interesting note: the Dish technician who installed my Hopper w/ Sling a couple of weeks ago, was less than helpful when I requested an extra remote. He was like, why do you want another one? I told him I had two remotes with my previous Dish receiver, the VIP 722, and was used to keeping one in the living room and one in the kitchen. He then apologized and said the new receiver would only pair with one remote, and I was basically SOL. The next day I contacted Dish and requested an extra remote--WOW--almost an instant replay! No, they wouldn't sell me one, and, in any event, the receiver could only handle one remote. Period. I then went ahead and ordered this one from Amazon, and presto--it paired with my Hopper with absolutely no trouble at all, and the original one supplied by Dish also continued to function normally. So, if you're wanting to have two identical 40.0 remotes with your Hopper, but it's against Dish's religion (or whatever) never fear, just order one from Amazon! 5Back to the gold standard "feel" of Dish controllers I picked this remote up as a replacement for the new-style smaller Hopper 3 controller I received with the DVR. I hate that thing! After over 15 years of using Dish remotes, the 40.0 just feels right, and I can find all of the buttons in the dark. The only thing I knocked it down for is the sensitivity; especially on volume control, this is way too sensitive. Hitting "volume up" 3-4 times in quick succession will jump the volume randomly, often WAY too high. This didn't happen with the Hopper 1 with the older controller on my Denon amp, nor does it do it with the new smaller controller. I can live with it, though. 4BONUS BUTTONS with Hopper 3 receiver! More features than Hopper 3's 52.0 remote, and One-click CC! The Hopper 3 came with a new 52.0 remote that is COMPLETELY different. It had ONE extra function, but lacked several key functions of the older 20 series remotes. Like me, you may have the old 20.1, 21.0, or 21.1 remote buttons memorized. I found out you could use the old remote with the Hopper 3 receiver, but only with IR infrared communication. My old remote worked, but now I had to aim it at the receiver whenever I used it. Kind of a pain, but still better than the new 52.0 remote.My 21.1 remote (old style) was starting to wear out requiring the buttons to be pressed extremely hard in order to function. I started looking for a new remote and came across the 40.0 version. It's fully compatible with the Hopper 3, and it has all the same shaped buttons in all the same places. YES! It also uses RF communication, not IR. Beyond that, the Hopper 3 now utilizes the colored buttons that were useless on the previous receivers. Win-win-win!Some of what you gain when 40.0 remote is paired to a Hopper 3 receiver: - The Red Button gives different options (sorting, view format, etc.) depending on what you're doing. - The Green button now cycles CC (closed-captioning) on and off with a single click! - The Yellow button offers sorting and menu options depending on what you're doing. - The Blue button opens up the Apps page.There are also colored button legends on the screen telling you what they do when you're in any mode with a menu. I don't think the colored button legends are there when using the 52.0 remote.Features the 52.0 remote (issued with Hopper 3) lacks:There are no fast-forward or rewind buttons - You have to hold the SKIP and BACK buttons for about a second to activate FF and REW.When browsing the guide, you have to hold down the SKIP FWD button to move forward a day, and SKIP BACK button to move back a day.There are no dedicated Page Up and Page Down buttons for use in the programming guide. You have to use the channel button to move up and down to change pages.The Left/Right/Up/Down/select is just a slightly indented flat panel rather than the dedicated buttons. It's perfectly usable, just a bit awkward compared to the old remote, at least in my opinion.The ONLY thing I've found that you lose when going from the 52.0 remote to the 40.0 remote:No HOME button, but you can access it quickly by hitting MENU twice.I don't even use the 52.0 remote anymore. I'll update any other significant differences I find when I get a chance. 5Flawless transaction for Dish Network 40.0 remote Arrived in 2 days as stated. New Dish 40.0 Remote Control came with simple instructions with photos for programming it to work with the Hopper w/Sling, Sony TV, Sony DVD player. After showing my non-technical brother where the "Sys Info" button was (on the Hopper, under the cover, on the front of the unit), he completed the remote setup. Everything went according to what was expected. My Dad's old remote control was 4-5 years old and the arrow buttons worked sporadically. You basically had to hold the button down for several seconds before it "registered" with the Hopper and then it would blast down or over multiple spots making channel selection very dicey. I "chatted" online at the dish website and it was decided that the remote was worn out. Price-wise, Dish offered the remote at the same price, but charged 6 for shipping, so I used Amazon Prime. It's funny, sometimes its these simple things that make life wonderful again. Now get out there and start watching some documentaries and learn something! 5Fantastic - So much better than the 54.0! But.... We switched from Directv to Dish and we were soooo disappointed in the New 54.0... remotes!The 54.0 remotes are anything BUT intuitive - unless you want to spend the next three weeks in training sessions with your spouse as to what sequence you need to press which buttons, and no matter how well you pronounce the English language, the voice recognition leaves much to be desired - football fans be warned!Forget eating pizza, Tex-Mex or Chinese and then using the voice activation feature, you will not receive the desired result with ANY quantity of food in your mouth! Forget the 54.0...get the 40.0 old style which is far more intuitive... But, IT is not with out its flaws!For the 40.0:> First it should have a delete key so you can delete a recorded program as soon as you are finished with it.> Secondly, all the buttons should be labeled - I took a fine point permanent marker and labeled ALL of the unmarked grey keys and all of the colored keys with either a single capital letter or the first letter of each word in the function which greatly helped in remembering what the function is until you ve used it enough to remember it.> Third, the keys should be back-lit so you can see the keys in the dark!!!> Finally, include VOICE recocognition that really, really works if you speak slowly and announceate clearly.Having said all that - the 40.0 is far superior to the 54.0 remote!Shipping was extremely fast and the remotes were brand new - we were very pleased with the purchase! 4Exact replacement My very large dog every once in a while will take the remote for the satellite/TV and chew on it. She did this when she was a puppy and now that she is 8 years old had done it again. If she chews so the buttons don't work I cannot watch television and I like to have a spare just in case. This remote is exactly like the one that came with my satellite. The hardest part is find the code for my new television so it will work. 5UHF Remote without the constant annoying clicking noise like the 52.0 When I signed up with Dish, I was told the 52.0 is different from the 40.0 is it doesn't require a direct line of sight to operate. So, I lived with the annoying clicking noise for every push of the button. Then, I saw this listing, and a picture, which shows it uses a UHF signal instead of IR. Some reviewer says it requires a direct line of sight, so it made me nervous, but I decided to take a chance because I have Prime, and can easily send it back if necessary. But, there's no need for that since it works from anywhere including underneath the blanket. It's also completely silent, so I can say bye bye to the 52.0 noisy clicks. Hopefully, this review can help someone who's in the same boat I was, which is to watch TV at night and not disturb your spouse, get this remote and a nice set of wireless headset. 5Seems to be the same exact model used by Dish Perfect replacement for my original Dish remote. Paired to my receiver right away. No complaints!I would definitely recommend this to anyone with a lost or damaged Dish Network remote. This one is an exact replacement for the one that came with my receiver, so I had no issues of any kind. It even says Dish on the bottom, as my original remote did, so as far as I can tell this is the exact same remote sourced by Dish Network. 5SO much easier to use with my new Hopper! Have the 54 remote and found it tough to use not only with the buttons but with the convoluted menus . So after reading some great reviews about this remote, I bought it and set it up today. SO HAPPY! Feels just like my really old remote, so my hand knows just where to go... Interstingly, batteries were in the remote, and after pairing it with my receiver, everything worked, including my TV. Wondering if this was a return and coincidently we both had a Panasonic? Is that even possible? Anyway, love this remote!! 5Works fine It took me a few minutes to figure out how to get the device to work with my hardware, but it was worth the trouble. The key, for me, was finding the right support page. With the following very simple instructions, setup is a snap -- including getting the remote to work perfectly with our TV. The device's appearance and functioning are identical to the original remote that I received with my Dish installation. Setup simply requires that you (1) push the "SYSTEM INFO" button on the front of the satellite-receiver box (NOT the remote) [a "System Info" screen should open on your TV], (2) press "SAT" on the remote [at this point the remote should beep -- in my experience, for some reason on the first try I did not hear a beep], and (3) press "CANCEL" on the remote [the "System Info" screen should close]. Voila! 5
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