Originally Posted by Ampersand
I was hoping to avoid having to block the IR receiver as i like to use my IA independently from time to time. I guess i could always remove the black out when i wanted to use it, but that's adding yet another step in the process. Would a universal remote (Harmony One) resolve this issue? Or does it have more to do with the amps' IR receivers and not the remote's transmitting device?
Don't know if a Harmony will make a difference as my experience, manufactures use the same codes for all their remotes.
Just hang a big yellow post-it over the IR eye. Nobody will notice. (whistle emoticon goes here.)
I find if I distance units from each other I can get away with the remote not simultaneously triggering both remotes but it's a crap shoot with this idea. Sometimes it works for me and other times, depending on which unit I'm trying to light up, it doesn't. Can you find a type of eye patch that matches the IA's gold color scheme?
-Edited by BeeMan458 - 8/29/12 at 3:05pm