The Hidden Link IR receiver is a small shelf-top infrared repeater assembly. It includes an IR receiver and a CB12 connecting block. The Hidden Link IR receiver is equipped with a 7-foot cable and a 3.5mm stereo mini plug, which is plugged directly into the ¿IR RCVR¿ jack on the CB12. It can also be plugged into the ¿AUX¿ or ¿IR RCVR¿ jack of other...
4 GAUGE WIRING KIT; ANL FUSE & FUSE HOLDER; 17-FT TRANSLUCENT RED POWER WIRE; 3-FT TRANSLUCENT BLACK GROUND WIRE; 17-FT TRANSLUCENT RED TWISTED PAIR RCA INTERCONNECTS; 5-FT BLACK FLEX LOOM TUBING; 16-FT BLUE REMOTE TURN-ON WIRE; 20-FT TRANSLUCENT SPEAKER CABLE
ULTRA LOW ESR FOR HIGH CURRENT OUTPUT; REVERSE POLARITY WARNING; 20V SURGE CAPABILITY; BRUSHED ALUMINUM BODY; SATIN FINISH TERMINALS
PLL synthesized digital tuning with up to 24 presetsStereo headphone jackDigital LCD display90-minute automatic shut-offFeatures deep bass boostRotary volume controlRequires 2 AAA batteries (not included)
8 GAUGE WIRING KIT; 17-FT TRANSLUCENT RED POWER WIRE; 3-FT TRANSLUCENT BLACK GROUND WIRE; 17-FT TRANSLUCENT RED TWISTED PAIR RCA INTERCONNECTS; 5-FT BLACK FLEX LOOM TUBING; 16-FT BLUE REMOTE TURN-ON WIRE; 20-FT TRANSLUCENT SPEAKER CABLE; AGU FUSEHOLDER, WITH 80A FUSE
AM/FM stereo radio and stereo/mono switchBuilt-in speaker with deep bass boostDimensions: 2" W x 3 5/16" H x 11/16" DUses 1 AA battery (not included)Includes earbuds trailing antenna and neck strap
KIT INCLUDES:; 16-14 GAUGE CRIMP CAPS (50); 10-12 GAUGE CRIMP CAPS (20); 18-22 GAUGE BUTT CONNECTORS (50); 14-16 GAUGE BUTT CONNECTORS (50); 10-12 GAUGE BUTT CONNECTORS (20); 14-16 GAUGE (FEMALE) QUICK DISCONNECTS (20); 10-12 GAUGE (FEMALE) QUICK DISCONNECTS (20); #6 14-16 GAUGE VINYL SPADE TERMINALS (20); #6 10-12 GAUGE VINYL SPADE TERMINALS (20); 8" WIRE TIES (50); 4" WIRE TIES (50);...
Xantech IR series kits feature advanced circuitry which passes the native IR carrier and data signals faithfully and reliably to ensure proper control of all A/V components. This is superior to the scheme used in many competitive products. They try to "strip" and regenerate the carrier signal, resulting in incomplete and erroneous IR commands which a source unit often cannot execute...