Out of 9 Ratings

Owner's of the Universal Remote Control Universal Remote MX-880 gave it a score of 2.9 out of 5. Here's how the scores stacked up:
  • Reliability

    2.78 out of 5
  • Durability

    2.89 out of 5
  • Maintenance

    3.33 out of 5
  • Performance

    2.67 out of 5
  • Ease of Use

    2.78 out of 5
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Using the MX-880 to Control an “Activity”
Once you’ve selected a new activity, the MX-880 displays the title of the
activity at the top of the screen. Below the title, the LCD displays the cus-
tomized names of any special features you need for the activity. All the
hard buttons of the MX-880 have now changed to functions optimized for
this activity.
The Title displays
what activity you
can control.
The Volume and
Mute buttons always
control the sound
regardless of what
screen is displayed.
Press either of the
PAGE buttons to
see any other avail-
able choices.
The transport buttons
(Play, Stop, Skip-, Skip+,
FF, REW and Pause)
operate when the select-
ed activity requires them
(for example, if you
watch CABLETV with a
TiVo type of DVR, these
buttons will control the
built-in DVR, while if
ou are w
atching a
DVD, these buttons will
control the DVD player).
The 4 way cursor
buttons enable you
to navigate on
screen guides and
menus with ease.
The Channel and
Previous Channel
buttons will change
channels when you
have selected an
activity like Watch
Watch SAT TV .
The Number keypad
will enter numbers
for the activity you’ve
selected. Thus, for
watching Cable TV,
you use the number
keypad to enter chan-
nel numbers, while
hen listening to CD,
the number keypad
enters track numbers.
The LCD button
labels describe
special features
for this activity.