Inteset 4-in-1, INT422 Universal Backlit IR Learning Remote for use with Apple TV, Xbox One, Roku, Media Center, Nvidia Shield and many other A/V Devices

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Inteset 4-in-1, INT422 Universal Backlit IR Learning Remote for use with Apple TV, Xbox One, Roku, Media Center, Nvidia Shield and many other A/V Devices

Inteset 4-in-1, INT422 Universal Backlit IR Learning Remote for use with Apple TV, Xbox One, Roku, Media Center, Nvidia Shield and many other A/V Devices

  • Pre-programmed for Apple TV (See Pairing in our user Forum), XBox One, Media Center and Roku device codes which are easily changed. Full LED Backlighting-All buttons.
  • Macro Programming-This allows the programming of a string of commands (up to 15) within a mode or mode independent.
  • Volume Lock-The user can lock the volume in all modes; Channel Lock-The user can lock access to the channel changing capability in one mode such as the cable box; ID Lock- After a valid code has been set that code can be locked.
  • Expanded Device Code Database. Be sure to use the INT422-3 Lookup for device codes. Complete worldwide database of device codes. Learning Capability-Used to program any device that is not in the database.
  • Button Labels- These self-adhesive labels, as pictured, can be cut out and applied under the buttons that you program for your device functions; Key Punch Through-Allows the user to configure the same key function in one mode into any or all other modes; Warranty: One Year Replacement for Defects.

The Inteset 4-in-1, INT422-3 Universal IR Remote with its’ new and expanded device code data base is designed to work with popular streaming devices such as Apple TV®, Xbox One®, Windows Media Center®, Roku® (excluding Stick) and many more. From the solid feel to the velvet coating on the back, when you hold the INT-422 remote you know it’s a high-quality product. It has most of the features found only in high-end remotes but at a fraction of the cost. Those features include volume and channel lock, macros, custom button labels, key punch-through, full backlighting and a huge built-in A/V device database. If a device is not found you can quickly program those functions with the remote’s intuitive learning capability. The 4 buttons that are pre-programming for Apple TV (A), Xbox One (B), Media Center (C) and Roku (D) so that you can use the remote immediately. You can assign any A/V device such as your TV to the unused device buttons or program over any of the pre-programming. The R

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3 thoughts on “Inteset 4-in-1, INT422 Universal Backlit IR Learning Remote for use with Apple TV, Xbox One, Roku, Media Center, Nvidia Shield and many other A/V Devices

  1. 11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pretty good, but needs more audio codes, August 26, 2015
    By 
    RobDog

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    This remote is pretty good, but not spectacular.

    On the plus side:

    1. The code support for TVs, DVR/PVRs and streamers is good.

    2. The remote has a nice solid feel.

    3. It has lots of buttons for obscure features like PIP.

    4. Learning mode works better than any other universal remote I’ve had.

    However, there are some cons:

    1. Inteset has just a handful of codes for audio equipment; that’s a far cry from being “programmed with the device codes for every TV, computer and A/V device known.” None of the codes worked with my receiver; I had to learn them all from the remote that came with it.

    2. The Tivo code assigns skip ahead and skip back to two buttons in the PIP section. This is doubly strange because the remote has labeled buttons for those features. You have to move the functions to the correct buttons yourself. The Inteset support forum has a post about how to do that; search for “roamio”.

    3. The remote has a glossy finish around the upper buttons that really shows fingerprints.

    4. Four devices is pretty limiting.

    With all that said — it does in fact work with everything that I programmed it for, but it took a couple of trips to the support forums and some learn-mode programming to get it all to work.

    PRO TIP: Many TVs have codes to directly select a specific input like HDMI 1, HDMI 2, etc. This is great for programming a device macro. Problem is, the factory remotes usually can’t send those codes. HOWEVER — if you have an Android phone with an IR blaster, set up the Peel Smart Remote app to switch your TV directly to a specific inputs (using the Activity feature). Then use the learning mode on the remote to teach it the direct-input codes from Peel. Works like a charm.

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  2. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nvidia controller and kodi plus tv..controls it all, May 7, 2016
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    Rickey

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    It controls nvidia gaming console well
    Fraction of cost also control kodi,I have on my console
    I LOVE IT..PLUS IT controls the television

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  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Powerful Remote, December 20, 2016
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    kb1376

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    I was a bit skeptical about buying this at first, but then I said “you know what?”, it’s only $25 for a remote that claims to do all it says it does. I’ll just return it if I’m not happy. Well, I’m NOT returning it. It does all that it says it can do, and I’m pretty sure that it can do more. I just don’t need it to.

    I cut the cable after I purchased the Roku Premiere +, but I was still tied to all the remotes to control the TV (LG), Audio receiver (Denon), Blu-Ray player (Panasonic), and of course my Roku. Now being that my main focus was on the Roku, I needed to ensure that the remote focused on that device, as it was the device with the most button pushes. To my knowledge, you’re not able to control the other devices with the Roku remote (Roku remote doesn’t even have a power button), so I took a look Amazon and came across this one. I really couldn’t be happier. Once I configured everything, even the power on all function which I’ll explain below, It worked like a champ. Even their troubleshooting forums were a bit elusive to the actual configuration.

    There were 2 issues that I’ve had both both of them minor. The first issue was configuring the “macros” to understand to power on/off all the devices. Their directions are a bit convoluted for configuring the different functions in order. However, once you understand it, there’s no issue configuring it. The second issue angle of the IR. When they say you have to point the remote at the device, you really do have to point the remote at the device. There’s not much leeway as to just pointing in the general direction of the devices. Now it might just be my configuration, but I really had to point it at my receiver to get it to turn on.

    Finding the codes to all of your other devices are simple. All you have to do is go to the website they have listed in the directions and pull the codes from the device list.

    Now, for my configuration for the power on/off macro and give me control of the Roku:
    1. Hold Set for 2 seconds, it will blink twice.
    2. Press 9 9 5
    3. Press Power
    4. Press A
    5. Press Power
    6. Press B
    7. Press Power
    8. Then press whichever device you want to have control over (in my instance D, as it is the Roku control).
    9. Press and hold the set button 2 seconds, it will flash twice.

    What happens is, you want the power button to power on all the devices, but you need to tell it what to do. By pressing the Set for 2 seconds, it brings it into configuration mode, then by pressing 995, it’s telling the device I want you to run a series of commands. Pressing the power button says, when I hit the Power button, run the series of commands as follows; “A” device power on/off, “B” device power on/off, “D” device take control. It’s as simple as that. Hope this helps.

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