SONY RMSD25 Audio System Remote Control

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SONY RMSD25 Remote Control is guaranteed to work with the following models

Originally supplied with Audio System models: 141832021, 147504511, 147582611, HCCD270, HCDD170, HCDD270, HCDG1100, HCDG3100, HCDH331, HCDRX30, HCDRX33, LBTD170, LBTD27, LBTD270, LBTG1000, LBTG1100, LBTG3100, MHC331, MHCRX30, RMS025, RMSE2AV, SONDVPS530D

Compatible with Audio System models: 891753890, HCDH331, HCDRX30, MHC331, MHCD2, MHCG33, MHCRX30, RMSC100P, RMSD25, SONMHCRX30

Note: This list may not be a complete list.

Product description

P/N: 891753890

Model: RMSD25
Part Number: 891753890
Associated Number: RM-SD25
Catalogue No.: 1277
This remote control controls units : Audio System
Battery Required : 2 AA

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