Universal Remote Control

Audiovox Accessories
February 17, 2009

Audiovox and its Acoustic Research, Advent, RCA and Terk brands released a number of award-winning products last year.

Zip Express Launches DTV Program
February 10, 2009

Zip Express Installation this week announced the launch of a special promotion to prepare customers for the new DTV transition date of June 12.

The 2009 CES Preview
December 1, 2008

 Lighting control systems that are easier to install and program. More intuitive and user-friendly remotes. Broader varieties of wireless and home-plug networking solutions. New headphone options.

The CES Preview
December 1, 2008

 Lighting control systems that are easier to install and program. More intuitive and user-friendly remotes. Broader varieties of wireless and home-plug networking solutions. New headphone options.

CES Unveiled 2008: Universal Remote Control
November 26, 2008

Universal Remote Control talks about their latest remote, the Digital R50.

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Vendors Address New Retailer Trends At 2009 CES
November 21, 2008

Lighting control systems that are easier to install and program. More intuitive and user-friendly remotes. Broader varieties of wireless and home-plug networking solutions. New headphone options.

Petra, Universal Remote Control Announce Partnership
October 27, 2008

Petra Industries announced Thursday that it has added products from Universal Remote Control to its roster of inventory. The deal covers such products as PC programmable remotes, IR/RF remotes and narrow band RF receivers.

New Device From Universal Remote Control
August 20, 2008

Universal Remote Control last week unveiled its latest home theater remote, which is known as the Complete Control MX-450. The product is geared towards easy programming, especially by custom installers The MX-450 features a 176 x 220 pixel two-inch LCD screen, with up to 48 channel logos available. The remote can control up to 18 devices. “Many installers do not have laptops with them on the job site,” the company’s director of marketing, Jon Sienkiewicz, said as part of the announcement. “In order to expedite some smaller projects, they often utilize remotes that program ‘standalone,’ meaning they don’t require a PC—but installers often