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Puck Wireless Remote Control

(113) £ 29.99 Incl. VAT
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Key advantages at a glance

  • Puck remote for: Ultima 40 Active, BOOMSTER/XL, Concept E Digital/450, Cubycon Complete, CoreStation
  • Works even when the playback device is out of the line of sight
  • Weighted bass for secure placement on a tabletop
  • Displays a discrete red light when activated
  • Controls volume, mute and source selection
  • Comes with 2 AA batteries
  • Long range of over 10 m
(4.37 of 5 out of 113)
All reviews

Remote control

The Teufel Puck Control remote control offers convenient control options for volume, source selection, muting and switching on and off. Thanks to its robust design and rubberised surface, it has great grip and won't roll off the table. 2 AA batteries are included.
Bluetooth Fernbedienung Puck Control Aufstellungsmöglichkeit

Included components

  • 2× AAA battery
  • 1× Puck Wireless Remote Control


  • Puck-Control

    Puck Wireless Remote Control

    The puck remote control enables the intuitive control of the Concept E Digital and Boomster over even large distances (over 10 meters). The ergonomic puck was developed to fit easy into the palm of the hand, but can also be placed on a table top. A rubberized surface keeps the device from sliding when in use.

    • Description Item
      Width 8.00 cm
      Weight 0.32 kg
      Height 3.00 cm
      Depth 8.00 cm
    • Description Item
      Remote control Radio
      Materials Plastic / metal
      Miscellaneous Illumination, mute, volume and source selection
    • Description Item
      Bluetooth Yes
      Bluetooth Yes

Expert reviews

Product Ratings
(4.37 of 5 out of 113)
It takes getting used to, but then it's good!
At first, I struggled to find the right pressure point for switching on and off (pressing the Teufel symbol). After I had learned how the puck control works by removing the upper part, the remote control works well and easy, even switching on and off is now possible. I didn't get the full 5 points because I don't like the simple plug connection of the upper part on the rotating shaft. Unfortunately, a plastic / metal connection never lasts long, otherwise I use the Puck-Control in combination with my Teufel Boomster. I think the remote control is a good and useful addition, so I don't want to miss it anymore!
Radio range in the building not so legger
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Good but not very good
The remote control works very well in itself. But! I think that a second button for changing radio stations is missing. You have to do this on your own despite the remote control on the device, the one button that is available is only for changing the source. That's a pity, because you should be able to do this from a distance. Hence the point deduction.MfG Stefan
Operation on BOOMSTER 2016
Volume control works reliably. Switching OFF causes standby, i.e. all volume LEDs flash continuously. This is a little annoying. An instruction manual / description was not supplied.
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In the beginning it was hard to see how it should work but after buying a remote control it worked and I am happy that the device is valuable for my money. salute
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Do what you want
The Puck is a nice addition to the devices. Properly processed and does what it's supposed to do. If you need it you have to decide for yourself ;-)
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Puck as a remote, excellent.
No objection. It's good in the hand. Has all important functions.
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Cool remote control with retro feeling
...quick access to volume control etc. by simply turning the remote control knob.
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Ideal for the Boomster XL
Clean workmanship Good handling is ideal for the Boomster XL
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