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IR extenders for Dummies | Home Theater Forum and Systems

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· I installed the Monoprice DualBand IR Extender today, and so far, so good. I was able to place it under a shielded center speaker so that the plasma does not, so far, seem to flood it, find the IR sensors on the various devices, and use mm mono cables for the Denon AVRX4000 and Motorola DCZ3510M cable box.

IR Sensor | Audioholics Home Theater Forums

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· Just picked up this IR sensor the other day and was wondering what type of plug I could get to wire to it. The sensor consists of 3 wires and the port for the jack on the back of my receiver looks like a small A/V jack that you would see on a portable DVD player (sorry, not quite sure what size...

IR Remote Control Extender Kits | Infrared Remote Extenders

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Complete IR Control Systems: Create your own system, or choose from one of the many preconfigured remote control extender kits. Home Controls offers a collection of Infrared (IR) Remote Extenders and Controls from Buffalo, ChannelPlus, Channel Vision, SpeakerCraft and many more.

Can You Use a Remote to Control a ... The Home Theater DIY

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· One of the most ubiquitous problems is a blocked IR sensor. Since your Sonos and remote communicate through IR, you should be mindful that nothing is blocking the line of sight. Even a smudged glass door on your entertainment system could cause problems. Another common issue is bad batteries. If this is the case, especially if you’re using older batteries, the problem may manifest itself ...

Getting IR Emitters to Stick | Home Theater Forum and Systems

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· IR only needs to be seen by the sensor and doesn''t need to be very strong. It will work through tape, glue and clear silicon. Just use a small spot of glue on the outside of the emitter face, the one that sticks to the box, and don''t over do it. OR I just hit around the outside edges of the sticky face.

: IR Sensor Wire + IR Blaster/Emitter Kit for ...

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The IR sensor cable could be plugged into an IR repeater/extender or A/V extender and serves as the external IR sensor for receiving the command signal emitted from an remote controller. It could also be plugged into a video equipment that can support IR plugin such as cable box, satellite receiver, home theater system and serves as an extended IR probe for receiving the …

Ir Led Infrared Sensor Module Remote Control Signal ...

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Ir Led Infrared Sensor Module Remote Control Signal Receiver For Home Theater from China. 589 similar products are also available from Suppliers of Electronic Components Supplies.

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This straightforward solution is quick to set up, and it allows you to make a huge improvement to your home theater system without taking up too much space. Gikfun Obstacle avoidance IR Infrared Sensor Module Reflective Photoelectric Light Intensity DIY Kit for Arduino UNO (Pack of 5pcs) EK1254x5 . out of 5 stars 66. 9. 58. Get it as soon as Tue, Dec 14. FREE …

IR and RF: Control Hidden Equipment Electronic House

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· Hidden home theater components might be just what your decorating scheme needs. With the help of infrared (IR) devices that let you reroute remote …

Yamaha IR port location | Audioholics Home Theater Forums

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· Most of the Yamahas have the sensor about a 1/2 inch from the right side of the display. The easiest way to find it is to shine a flashlight into the display area and look for a round reddish dot. I''m not real familiar with the layout of the latest Yamaha models but I would think this method would still work. It is possible that the IR sensor ...

No IR sensor on Mitsubishi TV | Audioholics Home Theater ...

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· The IR signal from Home Theater Master remotes is very strong so it should work if you can get it even close to the TV; it doesn''t necessarily need to be placed directly over the IR sensor on the TV. Hi Ho Audioholic Samurai. Jan 4, 2007 3 The IR sensor is inside the screen. It is on the chassis with the CRT''s. You could remove the screen (only a few screws) and stick the blaster on. Guiria ...

IR Sensor | Home Theater Forum

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· I''m looking to consolidate the IR sensors in my HT so that I only have to worry about pointing my remote at a single "eye". Can anyone point me in the right direction as far as shopping for something like this? I''m not exactly sure what kind of equipment I need, how much it will cost, and what...

Use an IR extension cable to control home theater YouTube

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· If you’re having trouble controlling your home theater from Xbox One, and you’re not using a Kinect sensor, you can use an IR extension cable. This cable can...

Infrared Sensor on rear of subwoofer Home Theater The ...

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· I have a RW12d with an IR sensor on the back just like yours. I have a harmony remote so the codes weren''t an issue. Having an the sensor on the back is kind of a pain. I''d like to be able to walk around the room and adjust it but find I can''t. If I get the angle right I can sometimes bounce it off the wall but it''s hit and miss. The illuminated front panel doesn''t come on when the remote is ...

APPLICATION 1: INFRARED SYSTEM FOR A HOME THEATER

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best choice for the home theater, and a WS120 Wall Mount IR Sensor will be used in the secondary area (see Figure 2). The sensors are then connected to the MSU with CAT5 cable. A MicroFlasher is placed on each source component, and a mono mini cable connects the MSU to the Zone 2 IR input on the receiver. APPLICATION 2: INFRARED SYSTEM FOR A …

IR sensor malfunctions Audioholics Home Theater Forums

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· Yamaha RXV665 IR sensor malfunctions. Hide sidebar Show sidebar Thread starter Gravydog; Start date Apr 22, 2019; Gravydog Audiophyte . Apr 22, 2019 1 The remote control for my Yamaha RXV665 A/V receiver stops working intermittently after the receiver has been powered on for a period of time (sometimes seconds after power on, sometimes hours after). I''ve confirmed that the …

Remote IR Sensor Question | Home Theater Forum

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· My father has a Harman Kardon AVR 230 receiver which sits in a fully enclosed cabinet. I''m looking for something to allow him to use his remote control with the cabinet doors shut. I came across the Harman Kardon HE 1000 External Infrared Remote Sensor for 100. I know there are other...

How do I extend my IR sensor? | Home Theater Forum

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· Home Theater Projects . How do I extend my IR sensor? Thread starter nelsondog; Start date May 1, 2007 ••• More options Who Replied? ... Is there an easy way to remotely locate the IR sensor to a more suitable location? Please give me some ideas, from very simple to the most complex. I''d like to know my options. Thank you very much in advance. Brian . May 1, 2007 2 of 6 Brent_S …

APPLICATION 1: INFRARED SYSTEM FOR A HOME THEATER

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best choice for the home theater, and a WS120 Wall Mount IR Sensor will be used in the secondary area (see Figure 2). The sensors are then connected to the MSU with CAT5 cable. A MicroFlasher is placed on each source component, and a mono mini cable connects the MSU to the Zone 2 IR input on the receiver. APPLICATION 2: INFRARED SYSTEM FOR A HOME THEATER AND …

IR Input Connection | Home Theater Forum

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· These would input into the connecting block and on to the equipment using IR flashers. I would like to use macros with each remote to turn the system on with 1 button (receiver ON, CD player ON, CD play, etc.). My concern was that one of the functions would not be transmitted reliably during the sequence and the system would not turn on.

How to hide your Home Theater System with Wireless IR ...

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· Wireless Infrared (IR) technology allows the signals to be transmitted through walls, doors, around corners, etc. Hide your cable box, DVD player, etc. by us...

IR and RF: Control Hidden Equipment Electronic House

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· Hidden home theater components might be just what your decorating scheme needs. With the help of infrared (IR) devices that let you reroute remote control signals to areas that would otherwise be ...

Using IR Emitter and Extender Systems in Your Home Theater

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· Using IR emitters and a detector (receiver) in your home theater can really simplify how you control your AV devices. There’s no reason to have to jump to a fancy RF remote system if all you need is to relocate your remote sensor in a room…of course, an RF remote control system is a whole other step up and you should probably check that out as well if you find that …

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