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Ok guys some help please. I'm setting up my humble man cave and you guys have been super helpful so far. So I got another question, I have my TV on one way and then I want to put my gear on another wall. How can I make it so when I put my remote at the screen it will work the gear that's against a different wall? My gear is as follows:


Panasonic TC-P55ST30

Yamaha RX-A2010

Comcast HD/DVR box



I must admit I normally just set up the Comcast remote to work what I need so that's the most important to me. How can I do this?
 

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Originally Posted by Fahrenheit85 /forum/post/20857884


Ok guys some help please. I'm setting up my humble man cave and you guys have been super helpful so far. So I got another question, I have my TV on one way and then I want to put my gear on another wall. How can I make it so when I put my remote at the screen it will work the gear that's against a different wall? My gear is as follows:


Panasonic TC-P55ST30

Yamaha RX-A2010

Comcast HD/DVR box



I must admit I normally just set up the Comcast remote to work what I need so that's the most important to me. How can I do this?

This thing has been talked about in some threads someplace .. is how I knew about it. I do not have it but it seems to be very useful. You may want to look for the tread, if I recall the people that had this were very happy with it.
http://hd.engadget.com/2008/02/04/ne...tender-review/
 

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Fahrenheit85,


Check my build thread (link below). The last page has some info from when I was looking for the same information.


I have the Cables-to-go unit and it works great. I purchased a cable from monoprice to extend this unit.


It is made for A/V systems that are "enclosed" so the IR remote is blocked from activating your equipment. A 1/8" male-to-female extension (25 feet I think, b/c the unit has a 9 or 10' cable already) did the trick!!


Hope that helps!
 

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Thanks, love your build thread. You guys make me feel like a hobo with the humble setup i'm putting together. I'm gonna go with the Next Generation Remote Control Extender and just hide the UFO as best as I can.
 

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The NextGen remote extender is awesome. Highly recommended, and you can't beat it for the price, either.


Just make sure anyone that uses the remote knows NOT to throw away "the battery" when it's time to recharge!



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Your very welcome.. I work from home in the IT field so when It is slow.. not much to do but hang out and help when I can.

Checked out your site - some IMPRESSIVE work, dude!!! NICE!!!
 

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@Family Time

Thanks, love your build thread. You guys make me feel like a hobo with the humble setup i'm putting together. I'm gonna go with the Next Generation Remote Control Extender and just hide the UFO as best as I can.

Hey, thanks!!!


I think Hanesian recommended that one as well. If I wasn't already running cables or had no way to do so, I most definitely would have opted for that unit. Hope it works out for you!!
 
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