OSMC is a free and open source media player based on Linux. We love the OSMC RF Remote Control for a Raspberry Pi media center. Each button on this remote is mapped to a unique function within OSMC. The USB receiver makes installation a snap and serves as the reciver for the remote. The RF design means no more line of sight issues – you can operate your media center from any angle! Each purchase of a remote helps support OSMC.
OSMC runs on all models of Raspberry Pi and is available for free download here! For the best performance OSMC recommends a Class 10 SD card, a stable power supply, and at least 1GB RAM for your Raspberry Pi. These aren’t required for the Remote Control but it sure helps.
- OSMC remote control unit
- OSMC remote battery (CR-232)
- USB receiver
Note: Raspberry Pi, Class 10 SD card, and power supply are not included! You’ll need all those to complete your OSMC build. We also have a DIY tutorial for turning your Raspberry Pi into a media center.
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