The HTR-3 represents NAD's best thinking about what a remote control should do and how it should do it.
The NAD HTR-3's Learning Function allows the user to add codes from virtually any brand of IR controller to any button location of the HTR-3. Pressing and holding 2 buttons activates the Learning Function and the Status LED gives immediate feedback while learning or programming the HTR-3.
Macro Operations allow a long sequence of commands to be sent with the press of only two buttons. You could, for example, set up a Macro that would turn ON your TV, your DVD Player, and your AV Receiver, and select the correct input and operating mode for each device. Other Macros can be set to select the users favourite cable or satellite stations, or to view tapes or just listen to music. You can program the HTR-3 to command your system to do exactly what you want, and setting up macros is simple and straightforward.
Since the same keys can have multiple functions, Punch Through Operations allow commonly used commands like AV Receiver volume, to be accessed when the Cable/Satellite device is selected, for example. In this way, you can change channels and navigate your Cable device and adjust AV Receiver volume without changing the HTR-3 device selection first, thus simplifying operation.
The selected Device button will always illuminate when any command is sent to give immediate feedback to the user that the command is being sent and to which device it is being sent to. Illumination is automatically activated with the press of any button, and the length of time the illumination stays on is user adjustable, and it can also be defeated.
- Controls up to 8 Devices
- Preprogrammed with all NAD remote commands
- Learning function
- Learns up to 352 commands
- Macro operations
- Program up to 44 Macros with as many as 64 commands each
- Punch Through Operations permit easy access to commonly used functions without reselecting a device
- Back Lit (with adjustable time out) for easy operation in low light conditions
- Can generate IR signals with a carrier frequency up to 500 kHz (B&O compatible)