• RCA RCRN04GBE Four-Device Universal Remote, Black
  • RCA RCRN04GBE Four-Device Universal Remote, Black
  • RCA RCRN04GBE Four-Device Universal Remote, Black
  • RCA RCRN04GBE Four-Device Universal Remote, Black
RCA RCRN04GBE Four-Device Universal Remote, Black
RCA RCRN04GBE Four-Device Universal Remote, Black
RCA RCRN04GBE Four-Device Universal Remote, Black
RCA RCRN04GBE Four-Device Universal Remote, Black

RCA RCRN04GBE Four-Device Universal Remote, Black

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  • Green backlit keypad with red, blue, yellow and green keys access advanced cable, satellite or Blue-ray functions
  • Controls TV, SAT/CBL/DTC/DVD/VCR
  • Ergonomic, thin design
  • Includes streaming players codes
  • Auto code search
  • Supports all major brands*
  • Requires 2 AAA batteries (sold separately)

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Great replacement remote or one to combine many into one. And the price is really good. I teach Sunday School and class uses a DVD player. Got tired of using the separate TV and Bluray remotes, so bought this remote to combine in one. Its simple to program. The instructions include a list of remote codes for a huge variety of devices (TVs, VCRs, DVD, ...). The instructions are very clear on how you can enter a code and see if that one then properly controls your device. You may have to go through a few, as for example LG TVs may list many codes.To control a device once programmed, you would press the device type button at the top (ie.TV) and at that point the buttons, including the power, control that device. So press TV, then power to turn on TV. Then press DVD, then power to turn on the Bluray.If you program it for TV and attached devices, like a Bluray, when in that attached device's control, you can control the TV's volume. So if press DVD, you can control the Bluray - like play, pause, menus, ... and the volume will control the tv still, so no need to jump back and forth.Great replacement remote or one to combine many into one. And the price is really good. I ended up buying a second one for another classroom. 5Nice Universal Remote for cheap! I bought this remote to be able to have (ONE) remote by the couch instead of the 3-7 of the other ones I have (originals). My devices are: Samsung LN52A750R1F 52" Series 7 LCD TV, Denon AVR-3200 receiver, and a Toshiba BDX3400KU BlueRay player. I also bought this because I got the BD player at Goodwill for a steal of $10, but it did not have a remote. Some older equipment but too new for the ancient Universal remotes I am going to donate. Remotes for the Toshiba are 24$ and aren't even original just an aftermarket which looks robust, but I really didn't want to spend on that since I'll only be playing BD's and DVD's on it. I use a laptop for Netflix and other "smart tv" apps via HDMI.This remote worked GREAT on every one of those units and I saved a bunch of money on the other options I had.The only issue I see is the letters are printed on it with silkscreen which i'm sure will wipe off in a few years of greasy fingered use. But for the price that's fine with me. The night light is barely visible but it's there. It could be better. I wish they used black light (glow) responsive buttons since I have black lights in my theater room. Overall: A Good purchase! :-) 5Great For Disabled Senior Easily programmed using RCA's "Remote Control Finder" on their website at http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/remote-code-finder/ and in our case it made a disabled senior very happy. The instructions are a bit intimidating as they tried to consider every possible scenario, but the easiest way in my humble opinion is the Direct Code Entry method. Go to RCA's "Remote Control Finder" webpage and scroll in the first box to find the Model number for the remote you have, then use the next box to find the numbers for the Product Type you want to control. Once you've found the numbers, simply program the remote by holding the its Device Button (TV or SAT CBL STREAM) while entering the code you found on the website and then test if it works to turn the TV or Cable box on/off, etc. If it works, your done, if not repeat with the next available number until it works. The second available number did the trick for his Panasonic TV and for the AT&T Cisco box there was only one number, which also did the trick.Our senior in his mid-eighties has suffered debilitating surgeries and strokes so for him the large buttons and simplified functions are especially important and to further save him from frustration, we easily trimmed off the buttons that he doesn't need to prevent accidental changes that can cause confusion. Those buttons will still work, but now they are recessed so that he doesn't accidentally get lost in functionality. In his circumstances, TV is one of his few pleasures and this remote keeps him happy. 5Very Tricky, but ultimately OK. This is an EXCELLENT universal remote control model, but BEWARE!!! I bought two of these (then another new one from a local pharmacy, when I began to have trouble). None of the three could be programmed with the instruction sheet (and programming codes in the material, from two I already had). You see, none of the original packaging was included with the two I bought via Amazon. I even called the customer service line of the manufacturer (who lead me through other programming options)..and NO DICE!!! Her final assessment was that some of the codes had been deleted in the remote, for some older electronic models...YIKES!!Yet, I had a last minute inspiration...and closely examined the instructions that came with the one from the pharmacy. A very careful examination showed two more (Toshiba DVR) codes (in a completely difference code number insert). One of these DID WORK, but MAN, had this been a frustrating experience!!! 4Easy to program, good learning and macros function. One of the best low cost universal remotes. The RCA RCARCRN06GR 6 Device Universal Remote with Learning and Macros is a very good, and low cost, universal remote. It is not perfect. But so many after market remotes are so very far from perfect that it shines in comparison. My previous favorite universal remote was the One For All URC-8820 which has, sadly, been discontinued. The RCA is not quite as flexible as the old One For All model, but it also has some distinct advantages. It is much easier to program to learn functions from other remotes and to assign keys and to make macros. It has a back-light for the keys -- despite what some other reviewers have said the example I have of the RCARCRN06GR illuminates the entire keyboard with a somewhat over bright blue light. The only negatives are that the IR emitter is somewhat recessed and so has a relatively narrow angle of operation, the finish is glossy piano black which is a fingerprint magnet, macros can only be assigned to number keys 1-8, and the OK button and the arrow surround for that button produce a very audible click when pressed. Other than that I am a happy user of the RCA RCARCRN06GR. It's not heirloom quality, what do you want for $12.00? But it will probably last until you step on it, spill something on it, or it suffers some other typical device end of life tragedy. RECOMMENDED. 4Great remote!!! I've had universal remotes for 30 years and this one is great, I hate to fumble with a bunch of remotes just to watch a movie. This was easy to program and I really like the learning feature for those buttons that don't program with the code and my HDMI switcher box that I need to manually learn. The blue backlight is also great for watching movies in a dark room, and it's a steal at this price! 5Just what I was looking for. I love this remote and definitely recommend it to anyone who needs one remote for all their devices. All the codes worked on first try. I have a 2002 Phillips videotube, a stb and an extremely old dvd player and I needed one remote to control all of them. the codes worked on first try. My apple tv also worked, but in the settings I had to unlink it from it's factory remote. I've also tried it in my bluray player and it's worked great. This remote works with all my stuff and I will definitely be buying more for me and my friends in the future.Edit- 2 Years LaterRCA s RCRRN series are great remotes. i have the 3, 4 and 6 device variants and they all work really, really well. they work with all my stuff and have no compatibility issues. i love them 5Does everything except "EJECT" but I don't care! Within two minutes (with the help of my NERD room mate) this RCA remote worked with my new "USED" 4 track VCR and the picture on the old tape was great. Could not be more pleased and I got it IMMEDIATELY! A day later! Wow! It is a gem! I have gotten other "universal" remotes and they were not as nice. Since the VCR tape deck is RCA I went on line and found a remote just for this product. Also, my used Tape deck (bought on Amazon too) came with no instructions and they were available for free on line too. I have thousands of great VCR tapes and was happy to get this fine product. I did not want a combo machine either. I don't mind manually ejecting because that is the first thing that causes problems. My NERD and I fixed my broken VCR by using a cheap used book on fixing VCR's. Now I have 3 of them. Many operas were not manufactured on DVD. 5Works with the ROKU 2 but ONLY if you do this... Although the packaging states this remote works with the roku, it's telling that the code list included with the remote DID NOT list any codes for the Roku. I did find the only two codes (52371,53061) listed by RCA for the Roku, by looking online and checking Amazon reviews.However, neither code worked on our Roku 2 when following the manufacturer's instructions. I was all set to return the unit until I spotted the review by another Amazon customer that had purchased a 6 device version. Christie Smith writes:"programming with ROKU: make sure you are using the DIRECT CODE ENTRY method for the roku. the steps are NOT the same. to do the roku, you have to only press and hold the cbl/sat/streaming button (which will make the power button light up) while using the keypad to enter the five digit code. (the power button light will go off while you are inputting the numbers.) don't let go of the cbl/sat/stream button yet... keep it held until you press the power button,which should light back up again. NOW you're done. test the left, right, up and down buttons on the big dial, and if you want to go back to the main menu, press the MENU key. if it seems like some things work but not all, then repeat the process using the other 5 digit code. the second code worked better with my roku 2."By following this procedure the remote connected with our Roku and it worked fine! The reviewer's additional step is pressing the power button while continuing to hold the stream button down after entering the code...even RCA customer service doesn't know about this step an as such they told me to return the unit when I called looking for help.Don't know how long this remote will last or remain effective, as some reviews suggest it's not reliable and stops working after a month or two. But it seems to function ok for now and one can only hope it will continue to do so. Thanks again to Amazon reviewer, Christie Smith. 4Great for old parents I bought it for my older parents.PRO:1- Great for simple setups, where you want to control just a TV, or a TV and a cable converter box.2- Big, easy to see, easy to use buttons.3- Backlight is also very handy.4- Just the essentials there, to avoid confussion.5- Works right and great with both "legacy" and digital channels and subchannels. In other words, you can (for example) key either channel 66, or digital channel 202-415.6- Ten easy to use presets for favorite channels.CONS:7- The presets can only memorize digital channels with up to 99 subchannels.The remote will memorize something like 77.87, but it will NOT something as 202.415, nor 90.215. It just can't deal with a three-digit subchannel.Those only happens with the presets. On direct channel entry, you can key 202.415, 90.215, and your TV will display those channels.This was NOT described on the printed manual that came with the remote, which I read prior to buying.8- The "guide" key does nothing on the Sony and Panasonic TV's I used for testing, and instead makes the "power" button flash. You can exit that condition by pressing the "TV" button. Perhaps it is for use with digital cable converter boxes, but I have none to test with.OTHER COMMENTS:9- You can use this remote in three modes:a) You can enter any channel with the number keys (direct channel entry).b) You can surf all your channels, one by one, with the "channel up" / "channel down" keys.c) You can preset ten favorite channels, and use the number keys to easily switch between them.You toggle the numbers keys between presets/direct channel entry with the red "P" key located just above the number keys..10- This remote does have a "Input" key where you can tell your TV to use other inputs, like HDMI. If you have a DVD player attached to one of those inputs, you could watch a DVD, BUT you would have to use the DVD's own remote control. You CAN'T use this RCA to control it.If your setup has DVD players, game consoles, and other goodies, you might want to try something else, like a Logitech Harmony.11- It's amazing how so few remotes are available that are suitable for older people.Most remotes have small keys, that are hard to read, and hard to use for people with some dexterity problems.Most remotes have lots of keys that are useless most of the time, and just confuse older people. Sometimes those keys put the remote in a state that looks like the remote is non functioning (like controlling a non existent DVD player). Since this RCA remote can't control those such devices, those extra keys are removed, and make things simple.12- Easy to setup. Just follow the instructions. It provides two ways for setting up. With the easy one, you just tell the remote what brand is your TV, and it will use its internal preprogrammed codes until finding one that works. I used this method and worked flawlessly with both a Sony and a Panasonic TV that I used for testing.There is a second method where you enter code by code until finding one that works. Didn't test this myself, as the other easy-one worked for me.13- I suggest that you read the manual prior to buying this (or any other device). You can easily find it on the web / internet. That way you can check if your TV brand is supported by this remote, as well as checking how it works, and see if it is suitable for your needs. 4
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Great replacement remote or one to combine many into one. And the price is really good. I teach Sunday School and class uses a DVD player. Got tired of using the separate TV and Bluray remotes, so bought this remote to combine in one. Its simple to program. The instructions include a list of remote codes for a huge variety of devices (TVs, VCRs, DVD, ...). The instructions are very clear on how you can enter a code and see if that one then properly controls your device. You may have to go through a few, as for example LG TVs may list many codes.To control a device once programmed, you would press the device type button at the top (ie.TV) and at that point the buttons, including the power, control that device. So press TV, then power to turn on TV. Then press DVD, then power to turn on the Bluray.If you program it for TV and attached devices, like a Bluray, when in that attached device's control, you can control the TV's volume. So if press DVD, you can control the Bluray - like play, pause, menus, ... and the volume will control the tv still, so no need to jump back and forth.Great replacement remote or one to combine many into one. And the price is really good. I ended up buying a second one for another classroom. 5Nice Universal Remote for cheap! I bought this remote to be able to have (ONE) remote by the couch instead of the 3-7 of the other ones I have (originals). My devices are: Samsung LN52A750R1F 52" Series 7 LCD TV, Denon AVR-3200 receiver, and a Toshiba BDX3400KU BlueRay player. I also bought this because I got the BD player at Goodwill for a steal of $10, but it did not have a remote. Some older equipment but too new for the ancient Universal remotes I am going to donate. Remotes for the Toshiba are 24$ and aren't even original just an aftermarket which looks robust, but I really didn't want to spend on that since I'll only be playing BD's and DVD's on it. I use a laptop for Netflix and other "smart tv" apps via HDMI.This remote worked GREAT on every one of those units and I saved a bunch of money on the other options I had.The only issue I see is the letters are printed on it with silkscreen which i'm sure will wipe off in a few years of greasy fingered use. But for the price that's fine with me. The night light is barely visible but it's there. It could be better. I wish they used black light (glow) responsive buttons since I have black lights in my theater room. Overall: A Good purchase! :-) 5Great For Disabled Senior Easily programmed using RCA's "Remote Control Finder" on their website at http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/remote-code-finder/ and in our case it made a disabled senior very happy. The instructions are a bit intimidating as they tried to consider every possible scenario, but the easiest way in my humble opinion is the Direct Code Entry method. Go to RCA's "Remote Control Finder" webpage and scroll in the first box to find the Model number for the remote you have, then use the next box to find the numbers for the Product Type you want to control. Once you've found the numbers, simply program the remote by holding the its Device Button (TV or SAT CBL STREAM) while entering the code you found on the website and then test if it works to turn the TV or Cable box on/off, etc. If it works, your done, if not repeat with the next available number until it works. The second available number did the trick for his Panasonic TV and for the AT&T Cisco box there was only one number, which also did the trick.Our senior in his mid-eighties has suffered debilitating surgeries and strokes so for him the large buttons and simplified functions are especially important and to further save him from frustration, we easily trimmed off the buttons that he doesn't need to prevent accidental changes that can cause confusion. Those buttons will still work, but now they are recessed so that he doesn't accidentally get lost in functionality. In his circumstances, TV is one of his few pleasures and this remote keeps him happy. 5Very Tricky, but ultimately OK. This is an EXCELLENT universal remote control model, but BEWARE!!! I bought two of these (then another new one from a local pharmacy, when I began to have trouble). None of the three could be programmed with the instruction sheet (and programming codes in the material, from two I already had). You see, none of the original packaging was included with the two I bought via Amazon. I even called the customer service line of the manufacturer (who lead me through other programming options)..and NO DICE!!! Her final assessment was that some of the codes had been deleted in the remote, for some older electronic models...YIKES!!Yet, I had a last minute inspiration...and closely examined the instructions that came with the one from the pharmacy. A very careful examination showed two more (Toshiba DVR) codes (in a completely difference code number insert). One of these DID WORK, but MAN, had this been a frustrating experience!!! 4Easy to program, good learning and macros function. One of the best low cost universal remotes. The RCA RCARCRN06GR 6 Device Universal Remote with Learning and Macros is a very good, and low cost, universal remote. It is not perfect. But so many after market remotes are so very far from perfect that it shines in comparison. My previous favorite universal remote was the One For All URC-8820 which has, sadly, been discontinued. The RCA is not quite as flexible as the old One For All model, but it also has some distinct advantages. It is much easier to program to learn functions from other remotes and to assign keys and to make macros. It has a back-light for the keys -- despite what some other reviewers have said the example I have of the RCARCRN06GR illuminates the entire keyboard with a somewhat over bright blue light. The only negatives are that the IR emitter is somewhat recessed and so has a relatively narrow angle of operation, the finish is glossy piano black which is a fingerprint magnet, macros can only be assigned to number keys 1-8, and the OK button and the arrow surround for that button produce a very audible click when pressed. Other than that I am a happy user of the RCA RCARCRN06GR. It's not heirloom quality, what do you want for $12.00? But it will probably last until you step on it, spill something on it, or it suffers some other typical device end of life tragedy. RECOMMENDED. 4Great remote!!! I've had universal remotes for 30 years and this one is great, I hate to fumble with a bunch of remotes just to watch a movie. This was easy to program and I really like the learning feature for those buttons that don't program with the code and my HDMI switcher box that I need to manually learn. The blue backlight is also great for watching movies in a dark room, and it's a steal at this price! 5Just what I was looking for. I love this remote and definitely recommend it to anyone who needs one remote for all their devices. All the codes worked on first try. I have a 2002 Phillips videotube, a stb and an extremely old dvd player and I needed one remote to control all of them. the codes worked on first try. My apple tv also worked, but in the settings I had to unlink it from it's factory remote. I've also tried it in my bluray player and it's worked great. This remote works with all my stuff and I will definitely be buying more for me and my friends in the future.Edit- 2 Years LaterRCA s RCRRN series are great remotes. i have the 3, 4 and 6 device variants and they all work really, really well. they work with all my stuff and have no compatibility issues. i love them 5Does everything except "EJECT" but I don't care! Within two minutes (with the help of my NERD room mate) this RCA remote worked with my new "USED" 4 track VCR and the picture on the old tape was great. Could not be more pleased and I got it IMMEDIATELY! A day later! Wow! It is a gem! I have gotten other "universal" remotes and they were not as nice. Since the VCR tape deck is RCA I went on line and found a remote just for this product. Also, my used Tape deck (bought on Amazon too) came with no instructions and they were available for free on line too. I have thousands of great VCR tapes and was happy to get this fine product. I did not want a combo machine either. I don't mind manually ejecting because that is the first thing that causes problems. My NERD and I fixed my broken VCR by using a cheap used book on fixing VCR's. Now I have 3 of them. Many operas were not manufactured on DVD. 5Works with the ROKU 2 but ONLY if you do this... Although the packaging states this remote works with the roku, it's telling that the code list included with the remote DID NOT list any codes for the Roku. I did find the only two codes (52371,53061) listed by RCA for the Roku, by looking online and checking Amazon reviews.However, neither code worked on our Roku 2 when following the manufacturer's instructions. I was all set to return the unit until I spotted the review by another Amazon customer that had purchased a 6 device version. Christie Smith writes:"programming with ROKU: make sure you are using the DIRECT CODE ENTRY method for the roku. the steps are NOT the same. to do the roku, you have to only press and hold the cbl/sat/streaming button (which will make the power button light up) while using the keypad to enter the five digit code. (the power button light will go off while you are inputting the numbers.) don't let go of the cbl/sat/stream button yet... keep it held until you press the power button,which should light back up again. NOW you're done. test the left, right, up and down buttons on the big dial, and if you want to go back to the main menu, press the MENU key. if it seems like some things work but not all, then repeat the process using the other 5 digit code. the second code worked better with my roku 2."By following this procedure the remote connected with our Roku and it worked fine! The reviewer's additional step is pressing the power button while continuing to hold the stream button down after entering the code...even RCA customer service doesn't know about this step an as such they told me to return the unit when I called looking for help.Don't know how long this remote will last or remain effective, as some reviews suggest it's not reliable and stops working after a month or two. But it seems to function ok for now and one can only hope it will continue to do so. Thanks again to Amazon reviewer, Christie Smith. 4Great for old parents I bought it for my older parents.PRO:1- Great for simple setups, where you want to control just a TV, or a TV and a cable converter box.2- Big, easy to see, easy to use buttons.3- Backlight is also very handy.4- Just the essentials there, to avoid confussion.5- Works right and great with both "legacy" and digital channels and subchannels. In other words, you can (for example) key either channel 66, or digital channel 202-415.6- Ten easy to use presets for favorite channels.CONS:7- The presets can only memorize digital channels with up to 99 subchannels.The remote will memorize something like 77.87, but it will NOT something as 202.415, nor 90.215. It just can't deal with a three-digit subchannel.Those only happens with the presets. On direct channel entry, you can key 202.415, 90.215, and your TV will display those channels.This was NOT described on the printed manual that came with the remote, which I read prior to buying.8- The "guide" key does nothing on the Sony and Panasonic TV's I used for testing, and instead makes the "power" button flash. You can exit that condition by pressing the "TV" button. Perhaps it is for use with digital cable converter boxes, but I have none to test with.OTHER COMMENTS:9- You can use this remote in three modes:a) You can enter any channel with the number keys (direct channel entry).b) You can surf all your channels, one by one, with the "channel up" / "channel down" keys.c) You can preset ten favorite channels, and use the number keys to easily switch between them.You toggle the numbers keys between presets/direct channel entry with the red "P" key located just above the number keys..10- This remote does have a "Input" key where you can tell your TV to use other inputs, like HDMI. If you have a DVD player attached to one of those inputs, you could watch a DVD, BUT you would have to use the DVD's own remote control. You CAN'T use this RCA to control it.If your setup has DVD players, game consoles, and other goodies, you might want to try something else, like a Logitech Harmony.11- It's amazing how so few remotes are available that are suitable for older people.Most remotes have small keys, that are hard to read, and hard to use for people with some dexterity problems.Most remotes have lots of keys that are useless most of the time, and just confuse older people. Sometimes those keys put the remote in a state that looks like the remote is non functioning (like controlling a non existent DVD player). Since this RCA remote can't control those such devices, those extra keys are removed, and make things simple.12- Easy to setup. Just follow the instructions. It provides two ways for setting up. With the easy one, you just tell the remote what brand is your TV, and it will use its internal preprogrammed codes until finding one that works. I used this method and worked flawlessly with both a Sony and a Panasonic TV that I used for testing.There is a second method where you enter code by code until finding one that works. Didn't test this myself, as the other easy-one worked for me.13- I suggest that you read the manual prior to buying this (or any other device). You can easily find it on the web / internet. That way you can check if your TV brand is supported by this remote, as well as checking how it works, and see if it is suitable for your needs. 4
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