So simple, so advanced, so personal
If you would rather not compromise on functionality or convenience, a universal remote in the Xsight series is perfect for you. It combines elegance, ergonomic simplicity, state-of-the-art technology and incredible ease of use. Make it work exactly the way you want it to, by personalising any command and by creating different favorites lists and activities The color screen enables easy and quick navigation and backlit functionality is handy in dark conditions. The Xsight Plus will operate your (HD)TV, Projector, LCD TV, Plasma, SAT/CABLE/ DVB-T, Freeview, IPTV, DVD, Blu-ray, MP3 player, docks (incl. iPod), Amplifier, Home Cinema, Windows Media Centre and many more, up to 12 devices.
Favorites gives you the ability to set up to 24 favorite channels from a country specific channel line up. The chosen favorites are then shown in the colour display. So no need to remember channel numbers any more.
You can create one-touch activities such as Watch Movie or Listen to Music. One activity key will execute a string of commands such as turning on the DVD player, A/V receiver and TV at the same time. Up to 12 different activities can be programmed on your Xsight Plus.
The color screen enables easy and quick navigation and backlit functionality is handy in dark conditions
Easy online installation
Navigate the on-screen display and EZ-RC in your local language. The unique EZ-RC internet application means you can fine-tune all advanced settings and make it truly yours. With the revolutionary web-setup, fully-enhanced installation of the revolutionary Xsight really is child’s play.
|Product code||URC 8620|
|Works with current and future devices||✓|
|Easy online setup||✓|
|Learnable / copy any function of your original remote control||✓|
|Teletext / fasttext||✓|
|Controls multiple devices types at the same time||✓|
|30 seconds to setup your remote||✓|
|Device mode indicator||✓|
|Batteries||4 x AAA (not incl.)|
|Operation System support||Windows XP (SP3 or later), Windows Vista, Windows 7|
|No. of devices||12|
|Freeview / TNT / TDT / DTT||✓|
|iPod/iPhone/iPad/ MP3/MP4 docking station||✓|
|Media center/media player/Home Theatre PC/Game console||✓|
|Video Cassette Recorder||✓|
FAQs & Solutions
Where can I find the right code for my device, to install onto my One For All remote?
If you are looking for your set up code, click here to open our "Find your setup code" tool and enter the exact make and model number of your device.
You can also refer to the code list in the back of the user manual.
Where can I download the EZ RC Software?
Please visit the following link to download the most recent version of the X-Sight conduit (22.214.171.1248): http://www.oneforall.com/conduit/conduit.exe
To install the newer version you will need to make sure that there are no other Internet Explorer windows open during the installation.
- Please uninstall the existing ez-rc software from your PC.
- Install the downloaded conduit-program.
I cannot connect Xsight Plus to the website. What can I do?
Below you will find a number of tips to resolve the issue. Make sure you are using Internet Explorer 7 or higher before attempting establishing a connection.Read more
My X-Sight does not seem to connect to my PC/laptop. What can I do to resolve this?
Please contact customer support through the link at the bottom of the page.
In order to aid further, please supply the following details regarding Operating System (OS) and the type of internet browser. Please note that the Xsight series of remotes only supports a combination of Windows and Internet Explorer. Mac and Linux are not supported, and neither are other Internet Browsers such as Firefox and Chrome.
For Windows XP (SP3), Windows Vista, and Windows 7, please supply the following info:
- Which version of Internet Explorer are you using?
- What is the version of the EZ-RC conduit? (If you right click on the icon it can read EZ-RC 126.96.36.1998 or it will have a different number)
- When connecting your remote to the PC via the USB cable, does the icon (bottom right) change from red to green? (On your Xsight, you should get the message “USB Connected”)
- Was ActiveX component authorized to allow EZ-RC to run within your Internet explorer?
For Windows 8 and 8.1, please check the following:Read more
What are the requirements for the Xsight Plus to work with my PC?
You will need one USB slot available. The X-Sight series is designed to work on Windows XP, but will also run on Windows Vista, 7 and 8/8.1. For the software to work correctly, Internet Explorer 7 or higher is required. Any other operating systems or webbrowsers are not supported.Read more
Using the Back button on Internet Explorer results in an unexpected page?
We recommend that you use the Previous and Next buttons on the website itself. If you are in the middle of a wizard, Internet Explorer sees this as one page, so pressing back on the browser button will result in exiting the wizard.
Can I use www.ez-rc.com with Mozillla, Firefox, or another browser?
The EZ-RC website requires ActiveX to communicate between the X-Sight remote and your PC. Since ActiveX is not available for Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome, the website is only compatible with Internet Explorer 7 or higher.Read more
I am unable to register my account on EZ-RC as I do not receive a confirmation email. How can I resolve this?
First of all, please check the spam folder. If it is not there, in order to resolve this issue you have to set the following email address to be "allowed" into your inbox: email@example.com (this setting is specific to the type of email provider you use - gmail, hotmail etc.).Read more
Once this has been done , you should see the confirmation in your inbox as per normal.
Please note, you may need to revisit the ez-rc website and try to login, and you will be given the option to resend the mail.
How can I program a missing function on my Xsight Plus?
Your One For All remote is capable of copying functions straight from the original remote control that came with your device.Read more
To use the Learning feature, please follow the instructions below:
When trying to learn a key, the Xsight Plus gives one long blink. What does this mean?
A long blink indicates that the Xsight Plus failed to learn the signal from the original remote. There could be a number of reasons for this.Read more
Does the Xsight Plus operate my Sky+ or SkyHD receiver?
Yes, the X-Sight Plus operates all brands including this one. The basic code for most mainstream Sky+ receivers is Satellite code 1175. For SkyHD, this is Satellite code 1662.Read more
Why doesn’t the learning work on my Xsight Plus?
There are a number of reasons why learning might be unsuccessful:Read more
How can I set up a device if I do not have a code?
If you do not have a code for your device, you can
- refer to the code list in the back of the user manual,
- use the learning function of your Xsight Plus (click here to learn more), or
- click here to open our "Find your setup code" tool and enter the exact make and model number of your device, or
- connect your remote via USB to your computer and visit www.ez-rc.com.
How do I move a function from one key to another on my Xsight Plus?
To edit an existing key:Read more
Please connect your remote control to the computer and open and login to the EZ-RC program.
1. Click on the display to access the ‘empty keys’ then continue to step 3 OR
2. Click on a ‘hard key’ then you can:
2.1. Assign a different function
2.2. Assign a default function
2.3. Remove a function
2.1.a Are you sure you want to replace the current function on the key? Click “Yes” and you will proceed to step 3
2.2.a Are you sure you want to replace the current function on the key? Click “Yes”, this will restore the key to the original function that was pre-programmed when the code was setup for this device
2.3.a Are you sure you want to remove the function from the key? Click “Yes”, this key is no longer active.
3. In the list on the right hand side you will see all of the keystrokes that are available on the code that is programmed into the device you have selected.
Select the key you are looking for
4. Click on the left grey arrow to move it onto the remote
5. You can now give the key a personalized name or a leave it as the default name. If you would like to add/edit more keys then you can repeat steps 1 to 5, if you have added all of the required functions then click on OK
6. Click Next. Congratulations! You have successfully modified ‘amount’ keys for your ‘device’.
How do I perform a factory reset?
To reset your remote to the manufacturer's setting please use the following procedure:Read more
How do I associate the volume keys to one particular device?
It is possible to lock the volume on your Xsight Plus to a single device key (for example: the volume control could be linked only to a TV). This means that when the remote is in DVD or SAT mode and the volume keys are pressed, the TV volume will still be activated.Read more
Once a Macro is setup, how can I change which device it is assigned to?
You can change this via the Edit Extended Keys option under the Advanced section of the Main Menu.
Is it possible to put a Macro on the Power key in an Activity?
Yes, using the Advanced Activity Wizard, or by modifying the Activity and selecting ‘key control assignment’. This is useful for creating an All off Macro for example.Read more
Is it possible to put my devices, activities & profiles in a different order?
Yes, this is possible. This can be done from the Main Menu, by clicking Devices (for example), and as well as Add, Delete etc, there is now the extra option ‘Reorder Devices’.Read more
Is it possible to simulate a ‘press & hold’ effect on a key within a Macro or Activity?
Yes, this is possible. When editing or creating a Macro (from the Advanced section on the Main Menu screen) or when using the Advanced wizard to create an Activity, there is a screen where the timing between the commands sent in a macro can be adjusted. This now has an extra option called Press and Hold Duration, which allows for a key to be held down for up to 20 seconds.Read more
Is it possible to remove the ‘Assist’ button from the screen?
Yes, it is possible to hide the Assist key by deselecting the Show Assist Button in the Advanced Activity wizard, or by modifying the Activity and selecting Key control assignment.
The installation on my Windows XP system seems to take a long time, is this normal?
If you do not have Service Pack 3 installed on your XP machine yet, the installation program will download and install this first. Since the service pack is over 300Mb in size, it can take a while depending on the speed of your Internet connection.Read more
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