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    Default IR extender pentru Hyunday 7160

    Buna,

    Am o problema cu receiverul meu dublu. Pana acum am folosit doar o iesire. Acuma ca mi-am luat alt tv, vrand sa il conectez am constatat ca imi lipseste cablu de la ir receiver la receiver. De unde as putea face rost de acel cablu.

    Sau poate aveti alta solutie pt mine. Eu deasemenea mi-am luat un device sa duc semnalul video prin CAT5. Echipamentul e asta: http://www.marmitek.com/en/product-d...megaview51.php

    care are deja un IR extender. e o mufa jack, din care pleaca 2 IR LEDS. Oare as putea sa conectez printr-un cablu direct de la jac la RJ11 de la receiver. E cam naspa sa scot din jack un led care sa il lipesc pe receiver IR de la Hyunday care apoi sa il bag inapoi in receiver tv ( trec prin 2 conversii degeaba).

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    E un cablu de telefon normal cu 4 fire care vine mufat invers ca la telefon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by marius_c1 View Post
    Buna,

    Am o problema cu receiverul meu dublu. Pana acum am folosit doar o iesire. Acuma ca mi-am luat alt tv, vrand sa il conectez am constatat ca imi lipseste cablu de la ir receiver la receiver. De unde as putea face rost de acel cablu.

    Sau poate aveti alta solutie pt mine. Eu deasemenea mi-am luat un device sa duc semnalul video prin CAT5. Echipamentul e asta: http://www.marmitek.com/en/product-d...megaview51.php

    care are deja un IR extender. e o mufa jack, din care pleaca 2 IR LEDS. Oare as putea sa conectez printr-un cablu direct de la jac la RJ11 de la receiver. E cam naspa sa scot din jack un led care sa il lipesc pe receiver IR de la Hyunday care apoi sa il bag inapoi in receiver tv ( trec prin 2 conversii degeaba).
    cablu nu este inclus.ti-l ,,fabrici''singur .2 mufe si cablu cu 4 fire de telefon.un cleste sertizezi mufele,cum a zis gymi ,cuplezi senzorul dai o scanare pe tv in uif si gata.cost 5 euro

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    Quote Originally Posted by bebelsat View Post
    cablu nu este inclus.ti-l ,,fabrici''singur .2 mufe si cablu cu 4 fire de telefon.un cleste sertizezi mufele,cum a zis gymi ,cuplezi senzorul dai o scanare pe tv in uif si gata.cost 5 euro
    Multumesc pt raspunsuri. Am sa incerc.

    De ce e nevoie de 4 fire pt un semnal ir? Ma tot gandesc daca as putea sa folosesc direct semnalul din transmiterul de la Marmitek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marius_c1 View Post
    Multumesc pt raspunsuri. Am sa incerc.

    De ce e nevoie de 4 fire pt un semnal ir? Ma tot gandesc daca as putea sa folosesc direct semnalul din transmiterul de la Marmitek.
    nu are nevoie de 4 fire. foloseste doar pinul 2 si 3. restul sunt de umplutura....

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    Dar masa nu o mai pui?
    Celelalte doua sunt masa,deci se folosesc 3 fire.

 

 

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