Broadlink RM4 Pro Review: Alexa & Siri setup - part 1

Cupertino, October 13, 2020

Do you want to have an universal remote control that can control all of your appliances from one place a remote that can be integrated with Amazon Echo Device, Google Home, Siri, Node-RED and Home Assistant? I have good news for you there is such device called Broadlink RM4 Pro and I'm about to show it to you in details.

Broadlink RM4 Pro is an amazing device that supports IR and RF and it even can show you the Temperature & Humidity if you buy it with this additional USB cable with these sensors. I will try to integrate Broadlink RM4 Pro with Amazon Echo Device (Alexa), Siri, Node-RED and Home Assistant

And because I'm always try to listen your voice and vote I will make this video in two parts. The first part that means this video will contain the unboxing and pairing process of Broadlink RM4 PRO, adding appliances and integration with Alexa and Siri.

The second part will be entirely about integration with Node-RED and Home Assistant and it will be available next week or right now depending of when exactly you are watching this.

What problem an universal remote like RM4 Pro can solve? Currently to turn on my TV I have to use three remotes. One to just switch on my TV, Second to turn on my Audio Video Receiver, and to select the right HDMI input, and Third to control the channels from my Dreambox STB. That is pretty annoying especially when I unconsciously hide from myself one or more of the remotes. If you are in similar situation, Broadlink RM4 Pro universal remote will literally save your day as it did with mine.

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