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Universal Water Resistant Remote Control Allows You to Control the Hot Tub and A/V Components Right from the Water

May 5, 2014 Leave a comment
Balboa Instruments Dolphin III RF-IR Remote Control

Balboa Instruments Dolphin III RF-IR Remote Control

  • Universal remote control is water-resistant and floats in water
  • R/RF remote sends signals to control your spa and other A/V components
  • IR/RF command center translates commands to A/V equipment up to 100 feet away
  • Color-coded keys to quickly locate popular functions
  • Extensive code library for A/V component pairing
  • Learning function allows programming with another IR remote

Control your Hot Tub and your Audio/Video Components without ever leaving the water with this Water Resistant Dolphin Remote Control! Listening to music while soaking in the hot tub is a relaxing way to enjoy an evening, but getting out of the warm water to change the radio station or select another song isn’t convenient. Unlike standard remote controls, the Dolphin RF-IR Remote Control is a water resistant universal control that controls your spa’s main functions as well as Audio/Visual in-home entertainment systems, even if they’re located behind closed doors up to 100 feet away. The remote is pre-programmed to operate cable converters and combines infrared and radio frequency capability to send commands to devices. Anything from MP3 players, radios, televisions, satellites, and spa and pool functions can be managed via the remote.

This universal remote has buttons dedicated to specific spa functions, such as lights, jets, and pumps (Blower, Light, Pump 1, Pump 2, and Pump 3). The remote is also a full-function learning remote that can control up to six of your existing in-home theater devices. The Dolphin Remote sends IR and RF signals simultaneously as the included control center faces your Audio/Visual components and converts the Dolphin’s RF signals into IR signals to control your home theater devices. If some of your Audio/Visual components are stored in cabinets or behind home installations, you can attach the included IR signal extension cord to the IR sensor using the included mounting tape. Get it on sale now! Read More

Control your Playstation 3 (and all your other home A/V equipment) with a Universal Remote

March 21, 2013 Leave a comment

Interlink Electronics VP3700 Blu-Link Bluetooth Universal Remote Control for Gaming Device

  • Bluetooth enabled to work with your Playstation 3 gaming platform
  • Built-in (infrared) IR allows you to program this remote to control other devices like your TV or Audio system
  • “Learning” capable to learn IR codes from other remote controls
  • Capable of controlling up to 6 separate devices
  • Pre-programmed device with non-volatile memory

Throw all your other remote controls away! With the Interlink Electronics VP3700 Blu-Link Bluetooth Universal Remote Control for Gaming Device you can put an end to the hassle of having to keep track of 3 or 4 different remote controls lying around. Put all the functions of your PS3 and Blu-Ray player at your fingertips, plus control all your other home entertainment devices with SMK-Link’s remarkable Blu-Link Universal Remote Control for PlayStation 3.

Blu-Link is the first universal remote control with built-in remote control support for both PlayStation 3 Bluetooth and infrared for home audio visual equipment. Blu-Link comes pre-programmed to support numerous models of TVs, VCRs, DVDs, DVRs, surround sound systems, cable, satellite and set top boxes. In addition to the pre-programmed codes, Blu-Link can learn infrared commands from other remote controls.

Many universal remote controls don’t offer all of the features of the stand alone remote controls that come with your equipment. People often keep 3 or 4 remote controls on their coffee table because of some obscure functions that they just couldn’t live without. Blu-Link avoids the problem of redundant remotes by having 50 programmable buttons that can be set by entering a 4-digit device code, by “learning” from the original remote control or both. Read More

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