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Looking for Cheaper Remote/Alternative For Sony RM-SR100

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tech33

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Hi All,

I have an old Sony Hifi MHC-BX3/DX3 and I am really looking for some compatible remote just to Turn On/Off, +/- Volume nothing more.
I can see its Remote Copy here Sony RM-SR100 but its selling at 1.2K :rolleyes:

Can anyone suggest a cheaper alternative? Any other suggestions ?

Regards
Tech33
 

zero7

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Have you looked in to Universal Learning remote options? I see that there are few within Rs. 500 in Flipkart and Amazon. Since your requirements are very minimal, I would go with learning remote options.
One For All URC remotes are very good but may be on the expensive side here in India.
 

tech33

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Have you looked in to Universal Learning remote options? I see that there are few within Rs. 500 in Flipkart and Amazon. Since your requirements are very minimal, I would go with learning remote options.
One For All URC remotes are very good but may be on the expensive side here in India.

Honestly, I haven’t not sure if I can map it up...any recommendations ?

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Tech33
 

zero7

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If you have the original remote working, you can use it to teach a learning remote . Learning remote- A sample one from Flipkart

But if you don't have working original (most probably your case), you need to borrow one from who has it or who has a Logitech Harmony remote and take their help to program their remote and teach the new remote controller you buy. There is a way to program a remote using jtag cable too, which I am not familiar with. Key mapping needs to be done using the hex codes or something like that.
Typically Universal remotes come with few pre-installed codes, if you are lucky, it might work out of the box for you.

Another option could be using a mobile phone which has IR emitter and program the phone or use it to program the learning remote.
 

mail2sumanth

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Logitech has officially discontinued all production of Harmony remotes, but they are still supported and sold until stocks. So hurry if you want to get one.
 

tech33

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Surely, I will give it a try for sure :)...thank you for all your help guys :)
 
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