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LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL Contents Introduction .........................................................................................................................1 Getting to know your Harmony 700 ................................................................................1 How your Harmony 700 works .....................................................................................1 Devices, inputs, and Activities .............................................................
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL Teaching commands using your old remote .............................................................15 Setting up favorite channels .......................................................................................16 Troubleshooting problems with your Harmony 700 ...................................................17 Getting help with your Harmony 700 ............................................................................18 Using the on-remote help ....
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL Introduction The Logitech Harmony 700 remote is your answer to effortless home entertainment. With one-button Activities, you can go from watching TV to watching a DVD or listening to music with a single touch. The guided online setup steps you through the configuration of your Harmony 700, so you’ll soon be ready to sit back and relax! Whether you’re new to Harmony products or you consider yourself an expert, this User Manual provides you with the informati
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL The buttons on your Harmony 700 The All Off button turns off all the devices in the current Activity. The buttons on the Harmony 700 may have The Activity buttons start the appropriate Activity. The More Activities button displays a list of all Activities on the different functions or remote screen. control different devices The Help button starts the on-remote help. For more depending on the information, see Using the Help button on page 6. Activity or
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL What’s on the Harmony 700’s screen Activities When you press an Activity button – Watch TV, Watch a Movie, or Listen to Music – the Activity starts, and the commands for that Activity appear on the screen. The commands that appear may apply to any of the devices that you use for that Activity. For example, if you’re watching a DVD, your remote screen displays functions and commands for your DVD, your TV, and other devices you use in the Watch a DVD Activit
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL Using your Harmony 700 Selecting an Activity You can start an Activity by pressing the appropriate Activity button or by pressing the More Activities button and selecting one of the Activities that appear on the remote’s screen. To switch to a new Activity, press the appropriate Activity button or use the More Activities button to choose another Activity. The Harmony 700 will take care of powering on the required devices, powering off the ones not needed,
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL Using your favorite channels You can set up favorite channels for your TV, or your cable or satellite receiver. For more information, see Setting up favorite channels on page 16. To select a favorite channel: 1. Press the Watch TV button. 2. On your remote’s screen, select the Favorite Channels option. Your favorite channels will appear on the screen. 3. If you have set up more than four favorite channels, they will appear on multiple pages. Use the buttons b
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL Using the Help button Because obstacles or distance can interfere with the signals the Harmony 700 sends when it starts an Activity (for example, someone walks between your Harmony 700 and the TV when you press Watch TV, or you’re very far away from the system when you start an Activity), your Harmony 700 can become “out of sync” with your devices. To fix the problem, use the Help feature on your remote. 1. On the remote, press the Help button. 2. Answer the q
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL Setting up your Harmony 700 for the first time Overview You set up your Harmony 700 using a guided online setup process called My Harmony. It asks you a series of questions about your entertainment system as it walks you through the following steps: 1. Creating your user account: The setup walks you through creating a user account on My Harmony. You may also be prompted to download and install software. 2. Connecting your Harmony 700 to your computer: The soft
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL 1. Creating your user account To access My Harmony, open a web browser and go to MyHarmony.com. When you visit MyHarmony.com for the first time, you must create a user account so you can save your settings and return at any time to make changes. From the My Harmony site, follow the online instructions to set up your remote and create your account. Depending on your system, you may be prompted to download and install software. 2. Connecting your Harmony 700 t
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL 4. Setting up Activities After you have finished identifying your devices, you can start setting up your Activities. An Activity is something you do with your entertainment system, like watching TV, listening to music, or playing a game. Your Harmony remote automates Activities so that a single button turns on all the necessary devices for each Activity, and switches them to the required inputs. For example, pressing the Watch a Movie button might turn on yo
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL Determining your inputs One of the most important steps in creating your Activities for your Harmony 700 is determining which inputs your system uses for each device. If you’re not sure, this section offers some suggestions on how to figure out which inputs your entertainment system uses. Inputs are connections on the back of your devices. Using inputs, you connect your devices to each other. For example, your DVD or cable box may be connected to your TV thr
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL Device Worksheet As part of setting up your Harmony remote, you will need to enter information about the components in your entertainment system. Fill out this worksheet to use as your guide. List the entertainment components below that you want to control with your new remote. Device Manufacturer Model # Inputs From e.g. TV Sony KDL-42V4100 HDMI 1 Cable box Tip Center How to Find Model Numbers TV On most entertainment components, the model number is Cable/Sat
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL Testing your remote Every time you update your Harmony 700, you should test your remote to ensure it’s working the way you expect. This section gives you the information you need to test your remote. It also has some suggestions on what to check while you’re testing your setup. If you run into specific issues while testing your remote, see Troubleshooting problems with your Harmony 700 on page 17 for suggestions and possible fixes for your problems. Testing
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL Changing your setup Whether you have a new device, or want to add favorite channels, or change the behavior of some buttons, you may need to make changes to your Harmony 700’s setup. In each case, you return to MyHarmony.com, and sign into your account. From the screen that appears, you select the appropriate option and follow the online instructions. Adding and changing Activities When changing an Activity, you can add or remove the devices used, and chan
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL Adding a passthrough device to an Activity A passthrough device is a device that you add to your system that a signal passes through unaltered. For example, if you use your DVD recorder (or VCR) to record shows from your cable or satellite receiver, you may need to add your DVD recorder as a passthrough device to the Watch TV Activity. In these examples, the DVD recorder and the A/V switch are used as passthrough devices. No picture? No sound? No problem! 14
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL Changing buttons for a device or Activity You may wish to change how your remote buttons work for a particular device or Activity. For example, your TV might have a picture-in-picture feature that you would like to make available on the remote. Using My Harmony, you can quickly and easily add or customize how buttons work for any device or Activity. To change how buttons work in a device or Activity: 1. Open a browser and go to MyHarmony.com. 2. Sign into y
LOGITECH HARMONY 700 USER MANUAL When naming a command, Logitech suggests using the following naming conventions to make button assignment easier: • Don’t use spaces or special characters such as /, & or * in the name. • Capitalize the first letter of each word (for example, NextDisc, ModeDigital). • Start the command name with its main function (for example, VolumeRearUp, VolumeRearDown, VolumeFrontUp). This helps group related commands. • Start commands that select inputs (for example, o
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