TotalMount Apple TV Mount Compatible with the Apple TV 4

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TotalMount Apple TV Mount Compatible with the Apple TV 4

TotalMount Apple TV Mount Compatible with the Apple TV 4

  • Mount for Apple TV (Apple TV and remote not included)
  • Perfect for wall-mounted televisions (Attaches Apple TV to the back of your television)
  • Designed for the new Apple TV (Apple TV 4th Generation)
  • Also compatible with older Apple TVs
  • Includes three mounting options: innovative hooks for TV vents, special adhesive for elevated TV temperatures, and screws for wall mounting

PERFECT FOR WALL-MOUNTED TV OWNERS – People with wall-mounted televisions often wonder where to put their new Apple TV. One option is to tunnel an HDMI cable through a wall to an entertainment center, but this option is too destructive and time-consuming for most people. Another option is trying to balance the Apple TV on a fireplace ledge, which can lead to the Apple TV crashing to the floor the first time someone isn’t careful around the TV. For wall-mounted TV owners, the solution to the installation problem is simple: TotalMount attaches Apple TV to the back of the television.

List Price: $ 19.95

Price: $ 19.95

Inteset INT-422 4-in-1 Universal Backlit IR Learning Remote for Apple TV, Xbox One, Roku & Media Center

Inteset INT-422 4-in-1 Universal Backlit IR Learning Remote for Apple TV, Xbox One, Roku & Media Center

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Macro Programming-This allows the programming of a string of commands (up to 15) within a mode or mode independent.
  • Device Code Database- Complete worldwide database of device codes; Library Search Capability-You can search the database for any missing 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 universal IR remote 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 at the top of the remote are pre-programming for Apple TV (A), Xbox One (B), Media Center (C) and Roku (D) so that you can use the remote immediately with these streaming devices. You can easily assign any A/V device such as your TV or sound bar to the unused device buttons or program over any of the pre-program

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Originally posted 2016-11-22 03:50:26. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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5 thoughts on “TotalMount Apple TV Mount Compatible with the Apple TV 4

  1. 11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works perfectly with 4th gen Apple TV, November 24, 2015
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    This review is from: TotalMount Apple TV Mount Compatible with the Apple TV 4 (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    I have a Panasonic 58″ TV (TC-L58E60) with small circular vent holes mounted on the wall, and am happy to report that the new TotalMount is just as easy to mount as the previous one and fits the new Apple TV perfectly. The product is in fact a step up, with a spacer to allow for use of the old Apple TV as well. Very happy with my purchase.
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  2. 8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Poor “improvement” over previous model, March 20, 2016
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    Steven Cogorno
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    This review is from: TotalMount Apple TV Mount Compatible with the Apple TV 4 (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    I owned the previous model of the TotalMount for my 3rd generation Apple TV. I bought the new model to accommodate my new Apple TV.

    The hooks basically do not work. I have a Samsung television, which is probably one of the top-selling brands. The horizontal clip will only fit into the vents up-side down. The previous mount worked fine, because the clips could be positioned either way. But the new mount only allows the clips to be inserted in one direction. I fiddled with it for 45 minutes before I finally gave up and used the adhesive to attach it to the TV. Not ideal, because it is now permanently attached.

    Also, you better be sure you have the mount in the right place once you take the adhesive covering off. You can’t move it AT ALL once it is placed.

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  3. 99 of 102 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Outstanding Universal Remote For Xbox One Owners, October 13, 2014
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    This review is from: Inteset INT-422 4-in-1 Universal Backlit IR Learning Remote for Apple TV, Xbox One, Roku & Media Center (Electronics)
    In an attempt to “cut the cable”, I decided to use my Xbox One as a dedicated media center and came to Amazon to purchase the Microsoft remote control. I was surprised to see this product as an option as I had thought there was only one option available at the moment. That surprise also came with a bit of hesitation because I had never heard of Inteset and reviews were so few. The price helped ease my concerns and I decided it would be worth the risk.

    I will begin by stating that I am more than satisfied with this purchase. For a company that I had never heard of before and a product that was so new, I would have not been shocked to find it was just some subpar quality garbage that was incorrectly advertised. It arrived in a generic white box with only the name of the company and model number printed on the outside. Inside, it came with 2-AA batteries from a vendor that I can’t pronounce. It additionally came with a sheet of pre-printed labels and seemingly brief instructions.

    The remote itself was the biggest surprise. It feels great in my hand and is not to big to be cumbersome or too small to get lost in the couch cushion. The bottom of the remote has the soft, non slip, material on it and the buttons light up when pressed. The only issue that I have with this is that all of the button lights turn off when one button is pressed, but this is such a small issue that it almost isn’t worth mentioning. The remote could use better descriptions of what each button does in each mode. Finding out what a button does with each system is based on trial and error but the core buttons do what they should (Play, Stop, FFWD, RWD, etc.)

    The instructions state that the remote comes preconfigured with Apple TV, Xbox One, Windows Media Center, and Roku commands. As I only needed it for the Xbox, I was happy to see that it worked right out the box. In fact, I don’t even need to have my Kinect sensor active for it to response, which is nice. Programming codes for the other devices can be found on the company’s website and after about 10 minutes, I had my VIZIO television, Sony A/V Reciever, and Samsung Blueray player all up and running.

    I used the premade labels to mark each items above the A, B, C, and D. The only complaint that I have is that the label pre-cut vertically, but are still required to be cut horizontally, which can prove to be a bit of a pain. The instructions were English only and were very easy to read. If I lose them, they can be found on the website, which is nice. Honestly there was nothing that came in the box that seemed frivolous or wasteful and it included everything that I needed. Given the large number of programmable devices that exist, it is understandable that it did not come with a comprehensive list of program codes and the website was very easy to navigate from my mobile phone.

    Quality of Product – 5/5 – Solid build, good weight, buttons feel good.
    Packaging – 5/5 – Could have had a better looking outside box, but the product inside was kept safe and secure.
    Ease of Use – 4/5 – Comes preprogramed with AppleTV, Xbox One, Windows Media, and Roku. Could use better description of what each button does in each mode.
    Customer Service – NA – I had no need to contact the company customer service, but the website was easy enough to navigate.
    Overall – 5/5 – I would recommend this product again and have already to several of my friends. For the cost and quality, plus the ability to have a single and simple to use universal remote, you cannot beat this product.

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  4. 80 of 84 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent Remote Control!, February 19, 2015
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    This review is from: Inteset INT-422 4-in-1 Universal Backlit IR Learning Remote for Apple TV, Xbox One, Roku & Media Center (Electronics)

    I have been using programmable/learning remote controls for over 15 years. I started with the Universal MX-500 (many happy years with that one!), then URC-R40, URC-R6, URC-200, and finally a Harmony 650 just to see what all the fuss was about. Other than the MX-500, whose button complement is really not ideal for newer devices such as DVR/Blu-Ray, I really have not been satisfied with any of them. This Inteset remote, which is cheaper by far than all but the URC-R6, is a vast improvement over all these others, for my use. Sure, like every remote I’ve ever used, it has a few quirks, and features I’d implement differently. But overall, it gets all the important features RIGHT. So let’s start off with that:

    1. ERGONOMICS. The body of the remote is nearly the perfect size and shape. It’s not too chunky nor too thin, nor too long, nor weighted oddly. It’s quite similar to the shape of a TiVo ‘peanut’ remote, a design for which I have never found an equal. The back side is covered in a material that’s smooth but also grippy (very similar to the MX-500). You can adjust your hand position easily, but it’s easy to grip and doesn’t feel that it’s going to slip out of your hand at any second like a wet fish. I’m looking at you, URC-R6 and Harmony 650!

    2. BUTTON LAYOUT. The button layout is excellent, especially so if you’re used to the aforementioned TiVo remotes (and very similar to most DVD/Blu-Ray/TV remotes). The buttons are plenty large enough for my big fingers, differentiated nicely by shape and size, spaced far enough apart that you never have to worry about hitting two at a time, and all raised enough to easily discern by feel alone. I’m looking at you, URC-R40!

    3. BUTTON COMPLEMENT. The button complement is among the best I’ve ever seen on a programmable/learning remote. Not only are all the basic functions covered, but in addition to those, we have the four colored buttons, the six ‘PIP’ buttons (ON/OFF, FRS, +, SWAP, MOVE, -), plus the LIVE and ZOOM buttons. Also present are DISPLAY, INPUT, and back (circular arrow pointing counterclockwise). Of all these, only my TiVo DVR uses them, and that only about half, which leaves a LOT of room to program those buttons with extra functions from your original remotes. Though really, only my receiver has enough functions to even need all the buttons on this remote. In particular, having an INPUT button is invaluable. It means that in each remote mode (A, B, C, D), I can program the input button to change the receiver to the input for that device. Certainly, the more expensive remotes can change the input, but usually only in a macro or on the ‘soft’ buttons next to their LCD screen.

    4. BACKLIGHTING. The backlighting on this remote is great. It’s a nice orange color, which is far easier to see and read labels on than blue, yet a bit brighter than red. It’s not super dim like some more expensive remotes – looking at you, Harmony 650! However, even without the backlight, the buttons are so well labeled with a fairly large font, that they are easily readable even if you just have a little bit of light in the room. But really, with the layout and size/shape differentiation, you could pretty easily operate this by touch alone given time.

    5. PROGRAMMING. Programming of the remote could hardly be easier. The instructions are well written and easy to follow, and in just an hour or so I had it programmed and working my four devices (Receiver, Blu-ray, TiVo, TV), including learning functions not present in the pre-programmed code. The only quirks I found are in the learning mode. On step 5, where you press the button on the Inteset onto which you’re going to learn a new function, it says the LED will stay lit for three seconds. It’s actually flashing (at a very rapid rate), so I thought it was defective at first and wasn’t going to learn anything. I discovered that is what they mean by ‘lit’, and you have to press your source remote while it’s flashing rapidly. Also, it says if you don’t press any button within 10 seconds it exits programming mode, which is fine – but it seemed more like 6-7 seconds to me. It seemed to time-out a lot faster than I would hope. But, the great part is that you don’t have to repeat the entire process for each button. Once one button/function is learned and accepted (two LED blinks), just press your next button and go! That really speeds up the learning process and is excellent. I didn’t run into any situations where it failed to learn a command from my original remotes – not something I can say for any of my URC products! I found programming macros to be equally straightforward and simple. As for the learning capacity, I haven’t reached it yet. The manual says it’s between 42 to 75 buttons depending on the original IR code. Along with the preprogrammed buttons, that seems to be enough for four devices, even learning almost all the buttons which normally aren’t used by my devices.

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  5. 36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great!: Replaced Sound System Remote, TV Remote, and Apple TV Remote, October 6, 2014
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    This review is from: Inteset INT-422 4-in-1 Universal Backlit IR Learning Remote for Apple TV, Xbox One, Roku & Media Center (Electronics)
    I bought it to replace a sound bar remote, TV remote, and Apple TV remote. I treated it as one device and taught the remote each command one by one (took less than 10 min). Now the one remote will turn the TV on, control the sound bar and Apple TV with ease.
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