Operate your A/V equipment even through closed cupboard doors.
Operate your A/V devices with ease without having to have them in view (max. 6).
Works with almost all brands and models and is also suitable for new IR code formats (such as RC-MM) which are used in many new HD devices and digital TV decoders.
Incorporates new IR filter techniques for use in the vicinity of Flat Screen TVs (Plasma, LCD and LED), indirect sunlight and energy-efficient light bulbs.
With the exception of the very small IR receiver, the complete set can be located completely out of sight.
Works on USB mains power (adapter included) or can be connected to a free USB port on one of your A/V devices.
Compatible with all digital TV providers in Europe, like BT Vision, Freesat, Freeview, Sky TV, Sky+, Sky HD and Virgin.
How does the Invisible Control Control 6™ work?
Locate your A/V device in a closed cabinet or TV unit. The IR receiver must be located in view of your remote control. Stick the IR LEDs on the front panel of your A/V equipment and then hide the IR main module. Point the remote control towards the small IR receiver in order to send the desired command (via the IR module) to the IR LEDs; these will then send on this infrared command to the A/V equipment.
The IR receiver has a receiving sensitivity of about 10 metres with an acceptance angle of 60 degrees. Range is also dependent on the remote control used.
If the ‘IR data’ light on the IR Module is continuously illuminated, the IR receiver is probably being disrupted by another infrared signal. Try to locate the IR receiver so that it encounters as little disruption as possible from, for example, direct sunlight, Flat Screen TVs, (LCD, Plasma, LED), fluorescent lighting or energy-efficient light bulbs.
The IR receiver does not work with some A/V devices and models that use higher IR frequencies such as Bang&Olufsen (B&O).
Ensure that the IR receiver and the IR extender cable are correctly connected and that these are plugged in properly.
Ensure that the IR extender cable’s LEDs are stuck precisely on the A/V device’s infrared sensor. The exact position can easily be located by shining a torch on them.
Some IR windows from set-top and satellite boxes are very sensitive and are easily disrupted. These devices then receive too much infrared light and will either work badly or not work at all. Relocate the IR LED so that less infrared light is received via the IR window.
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