Enjoy exceptionally simple operation of your home theater system with the Harmony One. This remote's color touchscreen clearly displays common activities, like "watch TV" or "listen to music." When you select an activity, such as watching a DVD, the remote instantly evaluates your system, turns on or off the appropriate components, selects the proper settings, and starts the DVD player.

Ergonomic design for easier navigation
The remote's contoured shape fits naturally in the palm of your hand for comfortable operation. Its backlit controls are logically and neatly arranged, so it's easy to find the button you're looking for. And the buttons are sculpted, so you can distinguish them by feel without having to look at the remote.

Easy, web-based programming
Harmony's online wizard makes set up a snap. Just plug the remote into your computer with the provided USB cable, visit Harmony's website, and answer some simple questions about your system. That's it — the setup wizard automatically downloads the necessary codes and programs the remote for you. The site remembers your settings, too, so it's easy to reprogram the Harmony One later if you change or add components.

Product Highlights:

  • easy Internet-based setup
  • dedicated on-screen activity buttons
  • color LCD touchscreen
  • contoured backlit buttons
  • can learn IR codes from existing remote controls
  • compatible with optional PlayStation® 3 adapter
  • USB cable and software included
  • built-in rechargeable lithium ion battery
  • flash memory
  • recharging cradle
  • 2-5/16"W x 1-5/16"H x 8-13/16"L
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
Computer Requirements:
  • USB port
  • CD-ROM drive
  • for PC: Windows® 2000, XP, or Vista
  • for Mac®: OS X 10.3 to 10.5
  • an Internet connection

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Written By Perk, Medford, NJ on Friday, October 26, 2012

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Works as advertised, more intuitive than the 880 remote I have. Touchscreen is nice. Occaisonally misses a command, and have to adjust aim of remote. Easily programmed, although I had to contact tech support to program a specialized command. They were up to the task, fortunately.

Pros: Works 99% of the time. Intuitive interface.

Cons: A bit pricey.

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Written By Dennis Mc, Rockville,Md on Saturday, October 13, 2012

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This unit does not do well with the new receiver as to backing to last item and it id ver clumsy around AM/FM. I have to pick up and use the Denon AvR 1913 remote

Pros: Easy to use in many situations

Cons: Does not back up to last item

Logitech Harmony One

Written By Scott, Meredith, NH on Monday, October 01, 2012

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Use it all the time as the easiest way to manage a multicomponent TV/Music setup. (HDTV, Amp, TiVo, etc.)

Pros: Easy to setup. Did so once and haven't attached it to my computer since. Worked fine with a Mac by the way. Was surprised how well it works with TiVo. I don't bother with the TiVo remote.

Cons: Would like to see even more customizable for automatic sound fields, etc.

love at first click

Written By Mike, Durham, NC on Friday, May 18, 2012

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After too many complaints from the spouse on the number of remotes, and steps required to change from TV to Blue-Ray, etc I finally broke down and bought the Harmony One. It arrived yesterday evening, and I had it up and running in under 30 minutes after gathering the equipment model numbers. I have had to go back a few times to tweak little things that I didn't like the first go around (like Amp/Receiver turning off - I like to leave mine on) - but navigating the set-up is quick and simple via the PC application. I was aslo able to program/add-in several features from my Amp/Receiver remote that were not there the first time through. Now, I have one remote - the rest are in storage and life on the couch is peaceful for all. I wish I had gotten this years ago, but so happy I have it now. Works great with DirecTV DVR as well - even with all of the short-cut buttons and apps.

Pros: easy, customizable to fit your needs, went from 5 remotes to 1, and the wife loves it.

Cons: seems a little light in weight to me - I like a more sturdy remote, and finger prints as others have mentioned.

Fine remote

Written By Alex, Lake Forest, Illinois on Wednesday, May 16, 2012

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The main thing I liked I was able to download all my settings from my Harmony Remote 520..saved a lot time. Not a big fan of the touch screen..I like regular buttons, because you can "memorize" them..and press the appropiate button, with the touch screen you have to look at the screen...

Pros: Easy setup

Cons: Touchscreen...the latest fad...not very useful because you have to look everytime...to use it..

Great remote, super easy!!

Written By Hava, Wisconsin on Monday, April 02, 2012

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Bought this for my husband for his birthday. I was somewhat intimated by the whole process of setting it up, but between Harmonys software set up and the helpful staff at Crutchfield I was able to set it up no problem. Love Crutchfield !!!

Harmony One - A Great Product

Written By Keith S, Arizona on Wednesday, March 28, 2012

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PLEASE go to Logitech.com and read my review under the Harmony One remote REVIEWS area. Look for the name "Keith S" and location "Arizona". My review is far to extensive to post here at Crutchfield due to a limited number of available characters. It is both valuable and worth the effort to go there and read it.

Pros: Ergonomic, software programming is "relatively" easy, can learn programming from other remotes, rechargeable battery, Crutchfield provides a 60 day "no question" return policy.

Cons: Needs to have a dedicated "decimal" key (for inputting digital channels manually,) the shiny surface shows hand oils easily, which is really there with textured remotes too, you just don't "see" this with non-shiny surfaces. But - it is a good reminder to "wipe-er-down" occasionally.

Harmony One is awesome!

Written By Chris M, Pueblo, CO on Tuesday, February 14, 2012

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This thing is awesome! all buttons can be organized exactly how you want them! labeling each button so my wife can understand is a life saver! I have a Denon amplifier,xbox360,jvc vcr,sony dvd carousel,dish network pvr, and a playstation 3. The only piece that needed an adaptor was the ps3. I would recommend this to anyone that wants to get rid of 6 remotes!

Pros: fully customizable. addind family pictures as screen saver...

Cons: could use a long lasting battery. vey slick in dry hands. rubber back should cover entire back side.

Great remote

Written By Arlene C, New York, NY on Tuesday, February 14, 2012

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This remote is the best ever. Was nervous about setting it up but even that proved to be very user friendly. Completely happy with this product and highly appreciate the great support of the Harmony and Crutchfield teams.

Pros: Easy to use and convenient in every way. One remote for all my components is fantastic.

Cons: None


Written By Justin, Silver Spring, MD on Tuesday, February 14, 2012

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This remote is fantastic. Combine 5 remotes flawlessly in practically no time. The setup was incredibly easy and It has a great interface for customizing and adding buttons and sequences.

Pros: Everything about this remote is fantastic

Cons: None found so far

Great Programmable Remote

Written By Dan2e, WIlmington, DE on Sunday, February 12, 2012

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I have had previous programmable remotes, including from Logitech and this one finally did the trick. The programming could not be easier. I initially used the programming wizard to do my setup and then went back and was able to make the modifications I wanted. Took less than 30 minutes from opening the box until watching TV, TiVO, DVDs, etc. Only think I wish is that I had more control over naming the Activities, but that is just a cosmetic issue. My electronically challenged wife is now able to control and work the entertainment systemand she is very happy the four remotes that were on the coffee table are now down to a femail-approved one.

Pros: Easy setup, easy to customize Rechargable battery

Cons: Would like to be able to add customizable button / graphis lables to the touchscreen


Written By Mark F, Homestead FL on Monday, February 06, 2012

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takes a while to set up, but end resaults are good! had a problem with setting up new rec because logitech did'nt have database for it yet but their support was very good at fixing the one prob i had. takes a little time to get used to switching between devises but not that hard to learn

Pros: real easy touch screen goog sensitivity

Cons: not any right now but have'nt gotten into much custom srttings yet


Written By Pat, DE on Wednesday, February 01, 2012

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Hardware buttons were very unresponsive, and didn't always turn my cable box off when it was supposed to. Also the required software to program the remote is not compatible with 64-bit versions of Mac OSX, I had to borrow a friends computer to set it up. Too many flaws for such an expensive remote so I sent it back.

Pros: Had codes for all devices I own, comcast box, onkyo receiver, xbox360, apple tv2

Cons: Buttons on remote were very unresponsive. Software not compatible with latest Mac OSX and hasen't been for quite a while according to their forums.

does what it says

Written By Anonymous, san diego on Tuesday, January 31, 2012

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very nice product that does what it says once you get it set up. took a little while to get there as the software is not the most intuitive, but now that i'm there it definitely helped to clean up my previous 5-remote situation. the only thing i can't get set up well is the samsung smart-tv control. i've managed to program custom buttons for this, but they are awkward at best so i still pull out the qwerty samsung remote if i'm using this function a lot.

Pros: reclaim your living room from excessive remote controls. software is workable with patience. custom buttons allow for workarounds when standard buttons don't cut it.

Cons: not designed with advanced tv features like smart-tv and audio-return-channel in mind. battery life not great. software not the most intuitive. lots of bells-and-whistles for live-tv viewers (i don't know any) like custom channel icons.

Huge bang for the buck

Written By Pete P., Windham, Maine on Tuesday, January 24, 2012

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This has got to be the best money that I have spent on my home theater. Push one button for TV, a different one for Blu-Ray DVD and another one for my son's gaming consoles. It is that simple. Super easy to program and use; replaced separate remotes for the Blu-Ray, 3-D TV, Receiver and the Cable box. Bought another one for my other son and his Bride-to-be. One of their favorite gifts so far!

Pros: Easy to program; easy to use; replaces four other remotes

Cons: NONE

I liked it so much I bought one for my Dad!

Written By Dave R, Cleveland OH on Monday, January 23, 2012

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I purchased the Logitech Harmony One for myself in the past and really liked the way it worked. To me it was a great way to get rid of five battery hungry remote controls. The only regret I had with my first purchase was not buying it through Crutchfield. For the enthusiast down to the new guy on the block - Crutchfield's tech support is bar-none best. Anyway - I bought a second remote for my father and his is supported through Crutchfield.

Pros: Easily rechargeable in it's cradle. Easy to control several devices at once. When I turn on the TV it controls the receiver volume and the satellite for channels (exactly as I set it up).

Cons: I have uploaded the proper remotes but didn't figure out how to update the time and date. When I went looking all I saw were options for 2009, 2010 & 2011. I haven't plugged it in to my computer so all is not lost. Hey this is a great remote - not too many cons!


Written By GRAMPS, FAIR OAKS, CA on Monday, January 16, 2012

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Great remote until the screen dies

Written By RobertB, San Antonio, TX. on Monday, January 09, 2012

Great remote as long as it holds up. Mine is only a year and a half old and I already had to replace a bloated battery, now the screen has gone out. I found out through the Logitech website I am not alone on this problem. Many others have had the same problem and and being out of warranty all Logitech will offer me is a 50% off coupon for a new unit. They say they can't fix the problem I will just have to buy a new unit. With all of the complaints on this problem to Logitech they know they have a problem but will not stand behind their product. Oh and don't forget about their extra charge for tech support on the phone only to be told there is nothing they can do. Buyer beware.

Pros: Easy to program

Cons: It has an hardware problem. Screen dies

the only remote you need

Written By Jeff M, Allen, OK on Saturday, November 05, 2011

Everything runs through a home theater receiver and the wife and kids would have to ask which remote and what button they would have to hit to do some thing. Now all they have to do is grab one remote and push an activity ie, watch TV, play a game, watch a DVD. It works with my Direct TV great. Plus you can set it up with activites such as watch TV without surround sound. I highly recommend this universal remote. The setup is extremely easy just get the make and model number of your equipment and plug the remote into the computer and follow the instructions on the screen.

Pros: It combined four remotes into one

harmony one

Written By Dr. T., Boca Raton, Fl on Thursday, October 20, 2011

I was very frustrated with the universal remote that came with my comcast dvr. I could program it to turn on my onkyo sound system but it wouldn't turn it off. Onkyo, Comcast, Scientific Atlanta and Crutchfield really couldn't help. I had to use multiple remotes. The Harmony one was $120 less than the top of the line model. It allows me 3 separate options for my Onkyo, power on, power off or power toggle. Programing was a little confusing at first but go slowly and it is done. It does much more than I thought it would and is very user friendly.

Wanna feel stupid and helpless?

Written By BobR, New York, NY on Sunday, September 11, 2011

I generally just plug things in and figure out how to make them work, but I was very respectful with the Harmony One. After carefully watching the Logitech video, carefully reading the printed instructions, programming and then hoping that the device would "learn" from the repeated "corrections," I called Logitech support. Logitech support couldn't be more helpful and couldn't be more helpless. "Gosh, that's one we haven't seen before" is a tech support statement that doesn't raise hopes or confidence. I guess I'll have to call Crutchfield to make it work. The two and a half hours I've wasted amounts to WAY more annoyance than I experienced from having to press buttons on a few remotes. I think our Western civilization may be doomed.

Way better than my old Universal Brand Remote

Written By Twilkos, Connecticut on Saturday, September 10, 2011

The Harmony One blows away my old Universal MX 450 remote. It does exactly what I programed it to do. Turn on TV, and it turns on. Turn on DVD and same thing, it turns on. I wish I purchased the Harmoney One a few years ago instead of suffering with my old remote.

Awesome Remote!!!

Written By Mark P., Bronx,N.Y. on Monday, September 05, 2011

The remote is truly amazing in combining all remote functions in one!!! The only reason I gave it 4 stars is that it turned on the same brand receiver at the same time(Onkyo). The fix to the problem was to upgrade my remote to the 900. .Crutchfield advisors are incredibly helpful and patient with your questions about your product. Also, Crutchfield is probably the best online electronic depot there is!!! I am a customer for life!


Written By KENC, MOORESTOWN,NJ on Monday, July 18, 2011


Long-Time Harmony User

Written By Justin, Baltimore, MD on Thursday, June 30, 2011

I'm a long-time Logitech Harmony user starting with a "520" then upgrading to an "880" and most recently a "Harmony One." For me, it's a necessary product with a home theater system. My wife loves it because the coffee table is not cluttered with five remotes. She can use all of the home theater capabilities by pressing usually just one button, e.g., Watch a DVD, Listen to Pandora, etc. I don't have to worry about her ( or me) pressing the wrong buttons on the original OEM remotes and messing up a configuration.

A Harmony is relatively easy to program once you get the hang of it. You do need to read the instructions, take your time, and allot thirty minutes for the process the first time.

My only complaint is the buttons on the "520" and "880" wore out too soon (three years) requiring an extra firm press or a second press. Hopefully, the Harmony One lasts longer.

Logitech® Harmony® One

Written By Anonymous, VA on Thursday, June 30, 2011

Great remote! Pretty easy to use.


Written By JoeP, Warren, MI on Wednesday, June 29, 2011

The Harmony One is even better than my old Harmony remote that was finally put to rest. The website updated the One based on my existing configuration and actually set it up even better! Just needs a couple small tweaks.

My only complaint would be that the keys look too much alike. Some basic color coding would have helped to differentiate, especially in the dark when it glows. But I'm not complaining! The Harmony One is worth every penny! The touch screen even displays some graphics that match my cable DVR remote... sweet!

No brainer

Written By Chris C, Tampa, FL on Sunday, June 05, 2011

Previously had a universal remote that required a PHD to set up and add new devices. This thing is a dream. I read the directions, which were close, and got most of my system working more or less correctly. In the cases where I got it a bit off, the remote asked "is everything working?" If I said no, it would troubleshoot things until, every time, it worked correctly, all without getting out of my command Lazyboy. It does everything I want, and I have a sophisticated complicated home theater. I would definitely but this remote again.

Simplicity in Use

Written By JS, Seattle, WA on Saturday, May 28, 2011

Takes a little bit of time to get set up and learn the quirks of the remote setup software. But once you have all your devices loaded, activities programmed, sequenced and synched to the remote, you are in control of all your audio/video needs with one remote. Good battery life in between charges as well. Only one small complaint and that is the "clipart" available for the different activity functions. They are limited and not the most creative in design, otherwise, highly recommended for clearing the coffee table of all your remotes. Use the iconharmony website to download great network symbols clipart for your "favorite" channel buttons on the LCD touch screen.

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Written By Sdimarc1, Syracuse, NY on Thursday, May 19, 2011

easy to configure, easy to use

Love the Logitech Harmony One

Written By Greg J, Dallas, TX on Wednesday, May 18, 2011

I'm not very technical nor am I patient Much to my delight the Harmony One
was a snap to set up. And it works to control my devices (Panasonic plasma TV,
Denon receiver, Panasonic BluRay player and Roku) perfectly. If I mess
something up the Harmoney One immediately helps correct the situation. All in
one device that's simple to use.

Down to One Remote; so far so very good

Written By David, Pittsburgh on Monday, May 02, 2011

Totally fed-up with 5 remotes I sprung for the Harmony One; I experienced some major programming issues (two calls to Logitech's Help Desk) but once done the ease of use is amazing. Pick it up, press Activities and then press Watch TV and my cable HD box comes on, my TV comes on and my receiver switches from Tuner to CBL/SAT and my speakers come on. The programming is not intuitive: when asked if I had the original remotes for each component of course I selected YES. I was told by Help Desk that I should have selected NO. When asked details about each component I selected TV HDD since I have an LG LE 8500. I was told I should have selected TV. Go figure. Once resolved everything works fine. Set aside a good hour for programming just in case. The techies are foreign and I had some language problems so keep you background distractions to a minimum. They were very polite and efficient.

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Written By anacodave, anacortes, wa on Friday, April 22, 2011

Fireplace ate my Harmony 700. Harmony one is infinitely easier to use and has
better features. Well worth the extra 30 bucks.

My wife likes our home theatre system...finally!

Written By MikeO, Brodhead, WI on Friday, April 15, 2011

I have to admit I was skeptical of this universal remote's ability, but I trusted
Matt during our phone conversation, and went ahead with the purchase. I am
sure glad I did. Before we were always switching our cable remote back and
forth to change the volume on the receiver. It was a nightmare to explain to a
guest how to run the remote! Programming the Harmoney was as slick as
following the prompts on my laptop. And the one button that wasn't available
through the software (watch MyDVR from the Charter remote) was easily
programmed by pointing the old remote at the back of the Harmony so it could
learn the code wirelessly! This was the best money I've ever spent on my
home entertainment system and wish I would have done it much sooner!

Logitech® Harmony® One

Written By Joe S, Charlotte, NC on Thursday, April 07, 2011

This product is awesome. I had a universal remote from my AV reciever that was
acting up, so I decided to invest in a nicer one. The Harmony One was extremely
easy to set up and use. The software set up tutorial is great and my system works
as easy as can be.

Software makes for difficult programming

Written By Lazerama, Wisconsin on Sunday, April 03, 2011

I took the remote back. The software for the remote was too dumbed-down. The software will not give me enough manual control to set my components in the way I need. If I try to divert away from the automatic setups, the software becomes very ambiguous and non-descript. Although I know exactly what functions I want the remote to perform, the software becomes extremely over-bearing and shunts me into an automated loop that becomes very frustrating and time-consuming. The fixes recommended in the tech support emails are very non-intuitive and still do not give me the proper functionality. I also cannot afford to wait days at a time to receive work-arounds from tech support. If the software was more descript and intuitive I wouldn't have to continuously contact tech support.

Bottom-line, this could be a decent remote if not for the software. A remote that should have taken an hour to program has now taken weeks. If all I wanted was to allow the software to decide how to setup the remote, I may as well purchase a cheap $20 all-in-one remote that doesn't allow me much more functionality than this remote.

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Written By Anthony C, South Jersey on Wednesday, March 30, 2011

This is my second Harmony 1. The first one still works, but the screen
cracked very easily and can't be viewed. If the screen was more durable, I
would say this would be the last remote to ever purchase. Other than that it
is a must have.

Logitech® Harmony® One

Written By Anonymous, Columbus, Oh on Tuesday, March 22, 2011

I bought this remote thinking it was going to solve all my problems. It would make me rich and smart. To program it was not hard. It took a couple of times to set it up right. The problem I have with it is that it reboots if you set it down to hard or the "wrong" way. Not very durable at all.

Still investigating

Written By midar42, San Diego, Ca on Monday, March 21, 2011

I had some problems in the initial setup which tech support helped me through
& so far I like the remote but I'm still having problems with my Dish TV DVR and
not being able to call up scheduled recordings and some other areas but I
have been busy with some other projects and haven't had time to get back to
the remote. I'm hoping it's solvable-we shall see..........

Should've bought one a long time ago

Written By Derick H., Pittsburgh, PA on Thursday, March 10, 2011

I fought buying one of these because I thought one universal remote was as
good as another but I was sadly mistaken. This remote is well worth the price.
I am amazed by the capabilities and all the steps this remote saves me. Set
up was easy for me but may challenge some since everything is not intuitive in
the instructions but a little tinkering will have you well on your way.

Logitech® Harmony® One

Written By AdamS, Illinois on Thursday, March 10, 2011

This remote packs a ton of function, but it seems a little slow to respond to inputs.
Once it's caught up, it works well (surfing channels etc), but powering up and
powering down the system, and changing activities takes longer than it should in my
opinion. The versatility is great and it's easy to program. If it were a little quicker I
would have given it 5 stars. Since I picked it up, I haven't heard my wife complain
once that she couldn't figure out how to turn the TV on - well worth the price just
for that feature. The playstation functionality is also preprogrammed, but requires
additional hardware to communicate...unfortunately.

One remote.... REALLY!!

Written By WFN, Madison, NC on Wednesday, March 09, 2011