Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
I have a sort of unique problem. My wife happens to work for a video game company, and I used to work for one. As such, we now have two xbox 360's in our entertainment stand(one grey one black). The problem is that we just bought a brand new Logitech Harmony 550 remote and are trying to figure out how to get it to recognize that there are two separate xboxs (instead of turning both on every time you hit power, or ejecting both, etc...) It seems these are on the same frequency? Any suggestions or thoughts, or am I just going to have to get up every time and turn the second one off (thus rendering the expensive remote useless)? Thanks in advance for any and all help :)
There is no other way but to have one unplugged.
The controller is designed turn all Xbox in sight.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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