05-23-2012 09:01 AM - edited 05-23-2012 09:03 AM
+1 for me....
I was so... close to buy this thing... THEN I discovered the missing sequences.
This is THE stopper for me. Sorry.
The rule of thumb of development: NEVER, NEVER remove a feature from a new product, NEVER !
By the way... These captchas are highly unreadable (not only for computers...)
06-19-2012 10:10 PM
Well I just bought 2 of these 1100's and frankly it never occured to me you would not have support for a sequence. Top dog remote doesn't have it? I'll probably send these back to you. My 3d projector makes me select the type of 3d I want, then I have to select invert the 3d, for EVERY time I watch 3d. It just made sense to me to make a macro (secquence) so that one button will do it, or even have it done automatically when turning it on. It seems I can;'t do it at all.
Very disappoinging on such an expensive remote. Im really surprised.
Really, you leave this out on your top end product? So few use it and yet if anyone would use it sure seems to me that anyone spending $300+ on a remote just might have a pretty bit AV system in place and it would seem logical that guys like us would want this capability --- even if it's just knowing the capability is there. Heck, macros are included in even some of the very cheap remotes, leving it out of the 1100? Amazing!
06-19-2012 11:27 PM
06-25-2012 12:17 PM
Add me to the list. Absolutely stunned the flaghsip feature is not included in the high end 900 model. Surely, there is nothing technical to stop the feature being added?
06-28-2012 11:51 AM
Just wanted to add my request for including sequences. I've routinely used to easily manage zone 2 and zone 3 audio, and to fill in where individual command buttons didn't exist. I can still do everything by using multiple device commands, but this is very cumbersome compared to 1 push of a custom button, like on the 890.
06-29-2012 09:38 AM
So, look, It's not complicated. Don't develop a hierarchical line of products, with added functionality to each as the customer spends more, and then introduce a feature in the middle of the pack, that’s not roiled up to the more expensive products. If you do this, Like you did with Harmony One, you piss of the customers that are spending the most money on you. What are you thinking? You can cite demographics all you want, it was a bad move and you should fix it. Now a customer has to choose between RF and Sequences. If they need both, they are supposed to buy a non RF model and them buy the RF extender? Please. It’s a software dill, it would have cost Logitech next to nothing to include this in the rest of the lineup from the One. I have two 900’s and I am now feeling like a left out investor. I’ll be sure to look elsewhere for a company that gives some merit and consideration to their loyal customers..
07-13-2012 03:13 PM
I also was fooled into believing that the 900 would support sequences before I purchased. Frankly, I wouldn't have imagined any remote in this price range would lack this feature. I gave a freind my JP1 remotes and hardware figuring that I would pay a little more but have an atractive, highly functional remote easily programmed. The RF sounded like a great feature.
The lack of sequences utterly astounds me. I have no idea why this would be. A good deal of people who buy a universal remote purchase based on this functionality. To ommit this item is insulting to everyones inteligence.
Activities are prone to problems. This is especially true in combination with the RF range that is extremely poor.
I highly regret giving away my JP1 remotes. They were not flashy, but I could program exactly what I needed. Logitech should seriously consider hiring some of the JP1 developers as project managers or programmers. They know what a remote should be able to do. I do not know what the Logitech developers were thinking.
Please make the 900 firmware or software do what it should have done at the time of release. Note that 5 steps is not enough.
07-17-2012 03:02 AM - edited 07-17-2012 03:04 AM
i have buy 2 Harmony 900 without imagine one second that threre is less possibility compare the ONE
Even the configuration transfer by replacement of RC wath not possible, shame on Logitech
NB : If the real matter of sequences missing is the user support
Solution is simple, just activite it under request from user with clear notyfication that Logitech SAV do not support that option
Let the non Logitech forums solve issues that users can have
Where is the Problem ?
07-17-2012 04:24 PM
spot on with that solution. Directv has two or three features available to those who want them but are acknowledged as unsupported. I'd take that over being ignored.