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C2G Dual Infrared Emitter Cable - remote controls

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x900c8fcc) out of 5 stars Needed for Harmony Smart Control 24 Aug. 2013
By Chris - Published on
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I needed two extra ir blasters for my Logitech Harmony Smart Control remote, this looked to fit my needs. The length is great, you can pull back and separate the cable for a few feet to go to separate devices. My primary issue was that the plug is too big to fit in the second port of the harmony hub. The solution is to purchase a 2.5mm mono male to 3.5mm mono female adapter, it cost a few dollars at my local RadioShack. After connected, everything is now working as expected.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9007a5ac) out of 5 stars Did you buy an Xbox One without a Kinect? This is the cable you need. 31 Dec. 2014
By D. Johnson - Published on
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When Microsoft chose to start offering the Xbox one without the Kinect, I was overjoyed... easy way to save $100 on a peripheral I didn't need. My understanding was that I could still enjoy all of the media hub features for Xbox One without the Kinect, I just needed a special cable called an IR emitter. Imagine my surprise when I discovered that Microsoft didn't sell one, or officially recommend one. And of course no one at the Microsoft store, no one at GameStop, and no one on the Xbox forums I searched had any suggestions for me.

So after some self-education, I rolled the dice and bought this baby. And let me just say, I could not be happier. So for all you Xbox One owners out there who want to be able to control your TV, cable box, or sound system through your Xbox media remote or SmartGlass application, I am here to unofficially recommend this cable for you.

The two red nodes function individually. If you want your Xbox to be able to communicate with your piece of electronics, the red node at the end needs to be positioned in front of it with a CLEAR LINE OF SIGHT. I found that for my setup, I needed to separate them (i.e. - physically pull them apart at their seam) to allow this to happen. Each node has a small piece of adhesive under it, if you wish to permanently place it somewhere.

I set mine up with one node in front of my cable box, and the other in front of my TV and soundbar. I can change volumes, mute via my Xbox media remote or Smartglass app. The TV is plugged into the HDMI-in on the Xbox one, so I can change channels and use the OneGuide to view upcoming programming. AKA = I can do everything Kinect owners can do with my remote, minus the voice controls. Done deal.

After several months of constant use, I can happily say that this cable has helped delivered the experience I was hoping for with my new Xbox.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9049c93c) out of 5 stars Works for the Xbox One as a Kinect replacement. 28 Sept. 2014
By Mike - Published on
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Works just fine. I placed the sticky ends over the IR reciever of the device I wanted to control, now my Xbox is controlling the cable box (Comcast/Xfinity) and the TV (Panasonic).
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8ff26cd8) out of 5 stars Great for Xbox One 7 Aug. 2014
By TEKNico - Published on
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Works perectly with my Xbox One. Used with a LG LCD/LED TV and a HomeWorx HDTV STB.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8ff26294) out of 5 stars They work, but don't stick 24 Feb. 2011
By MSwamp - Published on
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They work fine, however the sticky tape that holds them on can barely be considered sticky. I have four sets of these emitters and out of the eight I stuck to my equipment, not one stayed attached for more than a couple hours. I used black silicone glue and scotch tape until the glue cured. A little messy, but the emitters and glue can be removed with little effort if needed.
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