This $9 remote control is compatible with nearly all of your devices

This $9 remote control is compatible with nearly all of your devices



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Between smart TVs, cable packages, DVD and Blu-ray players, and home theater systems, it’s easy for one home to rack up half a dozen remotes. If you’re looking for a way to streamline your home theater, try this simple setup GE universal remote.


This GE universal remote can control up to 4 components at a time and is compatible with thousands of devices including major brands like Samsung, JVC, Sony, Emerson, Element, Hisense, Sharp, Toshiba, and Westinghouse through a comprehensive code library. The remote can control DVD/Blu-ray players, TVs, sound bars, cable and satellite receivers, and Roku streaming media players so you won’t have to reach for a new remote every time you want to change from streaming to cable.

Simple Setup

Half the battle with streamlining home theater systems is figuring out setup, but this remote makes it easy. The remote comes pre-programmed for Roku and Samsung TVs and has an easy to follow online video setup. It also has auto scan technology to link your other devices, and the volume control is universal across devices.

Why Customers Love It

Customers loved that this remote allowed them to control multiple devise like their Apple TV and Blu-ray player from the same remote. They also liked the ability to control the soundbar as their default audio, so they didn’t have to fiddle with the volume every time they switched between devices. The prices was also a draw with this universal GE remote coming in at under $10.

GE Universal Remote Control 4-Device available from Amazon


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