PDP Talon Media Remote Control for Xbox One, TV, Blu-ray & Streaming Media

February 14, 2018 - Comment

Easily control your Xbox One system with the convenient officially licensed Talon Media Remote for Xbox One. Want quick and simple access to all your favorite movies, TV shows, music, and videos, as well as complete control of channel and volume for your TV? Coordinate your system with the Talon Media Remote and stay in

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Easily control your Xbox One system with the convenient officially licensed Talon Media Remote for Xbox One. Want quick and simple access to all your favorite movies, TV shows, music, and videos, as well as complete control of channel and volume for your TV? Coordinate your system with the Talon Media Remote and stay in charge right from the comfort of your couch. With motion activated backlit buttons, a soft rubberized texture, and D-pad/A,B,X,Y button control, you’ll have everything you need for a complete Xbox One experience.

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Zara says:

Great Media Device Before I say anything else I want to say. I waited WAY too long to get a remote for the Xbox One. If you recently got an Xbox One as a gift for someone or for yourself. Buy a remote! especially if you didn’t get a play and charge kit, you will be a lot happier overall. It will be worth it later.I’ve also included photos of this remote and comparison photos to my other two remotes (Tv remote and Cable remote) along side the MS Media remote.Quick non-wordy breakdown: Pros:- Easy to use.- Battery saver.- Great for Media (Netflix, blu-ray, youtube, etc..)- Backlit for night time visibility (lights up when moved.)- Comfortable in the hand.- Didn’t cost 25 bucks… Cons:- Buttons are very “Firm”.- Backlighting only lasts a few seconds- Button arrangement/layout leaves something to be desired.I like the feel of the remote and how brightly it can glow. I also appreciate that…

Eric C. says:

Official Xbox Remote Overpriced: Get This I bought this remote because I habitually use my Xbox One to watch shows and movies on Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime, etc. I saw the price of the official Microsoft Media Remote and said “nope”. Seriously… $50 for a remote?! Being the reasonable person I am (and that you are since you are looking here), I went with this remote.I am well pleased with the Talon Media Remote. There was absolutely no setup involved aside from placing the batteries inside it. I have read some reviews complaining that they had troubles with the remote’s infrared getting to the console. Personally, this remote is working better than my Vizio TV remote. It may also help that my Xbox is on an open shelf of the TV stand with no interference such as cabinet doors.The remote itself feels well-made. The material feels soft but has more than adequate grip. The entire backing comes off in order to add or replace batteries, which can be annoying to some, but it really makes the remote…

Ronin says:

Better than the offical Xbox One Remote I will admit that I did not have much hopes when I bought this remote. I had previously owned the official Microsoft Xbox One remote and it did not work as well as I hoped. The way I have my entertainment system set up, my normal day to day tv and movie watching goes through my Xbox One. The cable DVR set top box goes through the Xbox One HDMI pass through and then to my 7.2 receiver, and finally on to my TV. I have the Xbox One set up to control the receiver, Cable STB, and TV already so this remote was ready to go out the box.I love the fact that it not only controls the volume and channels, but it also works with the FF, RR, Play/Pause, Skip< , and Skip> on my DVR/STB. I had trouble with that on the MS remote. It also has the number pads that work flawlessly. The one thing I hated with the MS is trying to use the One Guide to jump around on the TV channels, you would have to scroll from channel 1100 all the way to 1800. Now I can simpley input the numbers and…

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