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Looking for help. I have 3 (might have 4) comcast boxes, all the same. I have several tvs, some of which are the same make/model. What remote control can I use so that I can address the cable boxes and the like TVs so that my IR commands aren't going to all? In other words, how do I send a signal to change the channel on cable box "A" without changing the channel on boxes "B", "C", and "D"?


I was looking at the Harmony 900 because that has RF, but I don't know if that will solve the problem or not.


Thanks for any input.
 

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The Harmony 900 does not have addressable IR outputs. Try a URC remote w/ RF base station.
 

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the new procontrol z should do that. Mine should be here soon, and I plan to use addressable outputs to control (amongst other things) three identical cable boxes in a closet.
 

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Originally Posted by Dropkick Murphy  /t/1418074/remote-to-control-multip...nd-multiple-same-make-model-tvs#post_22190000


The Harmony 900 does not have addressable IR outputs. Try a URC remote w/ RF base station.

It does, but you're only limited to three on the RF base.
 
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