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RTX Wireless Phone Jack Slave

by RTX
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
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  • Wireless Phone Jack Extension Unit
  • Cable with RJ11 Connectors (qty:1)
  • RJ45 to RJ11 Adpators (qty: 1)
  • Suits Irish and UK market
  • Colour: White

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RTX Wireless Phone Jack Slave + RTX Wireless Phone Jack + Belkin RJ11 Male to BT Plug Male Cable F8V168b02M
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 386 g
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  • Manufacturer reference: 3068
  • ASIN: B000R567NM
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 May 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
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Product Description

USES of RTX Wireless Phone Jack To wirelessly connect sky boxes (up to 4) to the phone line Phone, Fax, modem, VoIP adpator ADVANATAGES of RTX Wireless Phone Jack Excellent reliable product that works well Very neat way of connecting the phone when there is no nearby phone line Plug and play - install in less than 1 minute Base and extension unit come pre-paired Easy to Pair additional units to the base (up to 4) Works well with voice and data DISADVANATAGES of RTX Wireless Phone Jack Not suitable to run broadband Always possibility that 2 wireless systems could interfere with each other (never had an issue to date with this product).


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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars How to get it to sync 5 Feb 2011
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Like some other reviewers I could not get the new unit to sync with my existing master.
I then found a comment on another site saying that you have to unplug the master first (I also unplugged the other slave just to be on the safe side).
Having done this it then synced straight away.
The product itself works great with my Sky+ and HD boxes - just a shame the instructions do not explain about unplugging the master unit to get the sync to work...
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
By Graham
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Struggled to get this paired to existing master unit and, having read some of the scathing reviews about pairing problems, assumed it was just ANother faulty unit.

However, it turned out that the instructions weren't being followed to the letter. So, in the interests of helping others I've re-written the instructions in plain(not pigeon as per the instructions) English.

1) Go to existing Master unit and remove ALL cables i.e phone line and any connected phones. Master unit should now be completely free of any cables
2) Plug the new Slave unit into an electrical socket next(or near to) to the existing Master. Master unit should be flashing green and Slave will illuminate red. Both Slave and Master should be free of any phone wires at this point. At this stage you don't need to worry about where you are eventually going to plug in the Slave unit, you need to get the Master to recognise the Slave first and to do that they must be temporarily plugged in within a couple of feet of each other
3) Make sure that the slider on the Slave unit is set to "Voice"
4) Take the supplied telephone line that came with the Slave unit and plug one end into the Slave unit and the other end into the right hand socket on the Master unit
5) Leave for a short time (up to a minute) and the light on the Slave unit will change to orange. This means it is now paired with the Master

Congrats - your Slave unit is now permanently paired. This is a one time process

6) Remove the wire connecting the Slave to the Master, you won't need this again.
7) Stick the main incoming phone line for the house back into the left hand socket on the Master.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars excellent service, very easy set up 21 Sep 2009
i purchased this for using with sky multi-room, unit arrived on date specified, customer service was second to none, set up was very easy, instructions are limited, but easy to understand, only hiccup i encountered was during sky installation, the sky engineer seemed to have a problem contacting sky from the box, but this was down to the unit being on telephone setting instead of the cable setting, its also worth noting that if you are using two or more slave units you can only pair them one at a time, ie. unplug any other slave units you have paired before pairing a new slave unit, all in all a very easy and tidier solution than having the sky engineer tacking telephone wires to your skirting boards,
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Be VERY CAREFUL BEFORE YOU BUY THIS 24 Feb 2011
I bought the Master-Slave pair from Amazon as they did not do the Master-Slave-Slave combo.

The instructions are AWFUL and do not make sense. I tried the immediate supplier and the manufacturer for advice on what was meant by "if it does not work reset the Master"

If you want to be sure it works OK, set the switch to set top box so it will flash green when done - amber/red options are misleading if you start with it set to voice.

Do as the docs say and connect the new slave to the Master with the RJ11 cable then if it does not synchronise (i.e both go green) pull the master out of the mains leaving the slave in, leave a short time then plug back in. Being an old IT boy that's what we used to call hard reset. Worked for me

Messing about their way seemed to compromise the original Master/Slave relationship so I had to do the same with that

Once you know, I think it works fine BUT beware of this Amazon supplier who has never responded.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I have a master/slave pair of these that worked very well for years. Then the kitchen was redone and power switched on and off a few times. The extension lost synch and I had a bit of trouble finding the instructions to sort it out. For anyone else who has the same problem in future....................

Wireless Phone Entesion Instructions:

Base unit - 2 sockets. Right hand socket connects to wall phone socket outlet. Left hand socket is for attaching a local wired phone/fax if required.
Extension unit - 1 socket for wire to extension phone/fax. Switch S = speech, C = Computer/Fax/Modem.

To register a Wireless Phone extension unit to the base (Max 4 extensions to 1 base):
Plug the Base unit into a power outlet socket and turn on. Unplug any phone connections to Base unit.
Plug the Extension unit into a power outlet near the Base unit and turn on. This will activate a red light on the Extension unit. If a green or yellow light comes on the extension is already registered and nothing needs to be done.
Plug one end of a phone line cord into the Base unit (right hand socket) and the other end into the Extension unit. A red light will be activated before changing either green to (if the switch is turned over to C = computer for modem, fax or set top box) or yellow (if the switch is turned over to S = speech
for phone). This can take up to a minute. If the light stays red, try turning the base unit off then on again again whilst the extension unit remains powered up and connected to the base unit.
Once the light changes on the Extension unit from red to green/yellow the extension is registered to the base unit. Unplug the phone line cord between the Base unit and the Extension unit.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Good product
Published 10 days ago by BIPIN C.
5.0 out of 5 stars Simple & effective
Having bought a set of three (base + 2 slaves) last year for my Sky TV boxes, I had no hesitation going for an extra slave when I needed to move my phone away from the wall... Read more
Published 1 month ago by John
5.0 out of 5 stars Initial connection problems once solved this is a brilliant...
The instructions could be much better for the installation of these Jack and jack slaves. Once you have done your research and found where and in what order to place these items... Read more
Published 3 months ago by Mrs. Md Findlay
5.0 out of 5 stars Works great, recommended
An ideal solution if you don't want to run wires around the house or pay an exorbitant rip-off price to an engineer to install a BT box in an optimum place.
Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
2.0 out of 5 stars Didn't work
Maybe it's the relatively old wiring in my house but I just couldn't get this to work despite numerous trys
Published 3 months ago by Billyardmhacha
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Extension for Phone
Bought to allow an extension for a Wireless Alarm.

Simple to set up and works without any trauma. Read more
Published 5 months ago by Sir Costalot
1.0 out of 5 stars Love the idea, but did not work for me
There is so much help on Youtube, and the site they provide, but I could get them to talk to each other, but not get a ring tone. Spent 2 days doing it. Read more
Published 6 months ago by Panic Man
5.0 out of 5 stars Better than using wired outlet
Needed to provide telephone connection to my sky boxes. Plugged these in at boxes and main telephone point. Job done.
Published 6 months ago by Graham Meikle
1.0 out of 5 stars Didn't work with my Sky HD box.
Bought this to connect my multiple Sky HD boxes to the telephone as advertised, but they didn't recognise the connection. Useless waste of money.
Published 7 months ago by W. Rogerson
5.0 out of 5 stars Connect your phone to SKY tv
Sky requires your Sky box to be connected to the phone for software updates etc. The main device is required but any additional boxes can be connected by using this slave
Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
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