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C2G 40433 Dual Infrared (IR) Emitter Cable, TAA Compliant, Black (10 Feet, 3.04 Meters)

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Description

  • Extend remote control ability to any room in the house
  • Used with an IR Repeater kit to control two devices
  • Passes IR communication
  • Adhesive backing allows the emitters to be attached to the IR eye of a device

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Customer Reviews

Very Evonomical Solution for Xbox One Owners without Kinext This IR blaster worked perfectly with my Uverse Cable box and LG TV. For the price you can't wrong if you are looking to use your Xbox One as your all one one entertainment center. The cable itself was quite long, but there is a plastic which only allows the two blaster cables to split about half the length. But it was plenty long enough to have one in front of my tv and the other in front of my Uverse Box which is about 4-5 feet from the TV with my Xbox in between the two.The IR itself seems to work great for both the volume and power control to my tv and changing channels on the Uverse box.Definitely recommended for the Xbox One! 5Works great for use with the Xbox One Got this for our 2nd Xbox One. Our first one has the Kinect, so the IR emitter wasn't needed. The new Xbox needed the cable to control both the TV and DirecTV box. This thing works like a charm. It isn't much of a looker though (mainly because the red circles are visible dependent upon where they are located on your TV/Cable Box.) I would definitely recommend the product, and I always recommend C2G. 5Did you buy an Xbox One without a Kinect? This is the cable you need. 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. 5Major design change - major design flaw The Emitters I was shipped do not match the picture on the product page.(1) My emitters are more rectangular. They also have a serious design flaw: the LEDs either are not bright enough or are point in the wrong direction. These emitters come with small adhesive pads so you can affix them directly to the IR port on your TV/cable box, but this simply does not work. The LEDs point off to the side, not down towards the IR receiver, and the LEDs do not seem to be bright enough to overcome this.The only way I could get them to work was by holding the rounded front of the emitter directly against the IR port on my cable box. This is of course not how the emitters are designed, so the included adhesive (which is already pretty lousy) is worse than useless. Darkening the room, blocking any sunlight, and taping over the emitter all failed, the only thing that worked was holding the front of the emitter directly against the sensor.I gave the product two stars instead of one because it technically does function, but not at all as advertised. See this guy's review for pictures of the design change:(1) http://www.amazon.com/review/RUAJ22GYMTFA5/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B001BBMVRC 2Works as intended I got this to allow my Xbox to control the TV and SoundBar. Had to use some thick globs of hot-glue to keep them in-place over the IR-Sensors. Works as intended. 5Works for the Xbox One as a Kinect replacement. 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). 5Needed for Harmony Smart Control 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. 4Installing it on the X1 was easy as it just plugs into the back of the ... I picked this up to go with a new Xbox One. It is our second Xbox One in the house but the first one had Kinect so I didn't need an IR emitter to control the cable/tv.Installing it on the X1 was easy as it just plugs into the back of the Xbox. My Xbox was able to auto recognize my TV and my Cable box somehow so I didn't need to enter any codes. So far, just a few days now, it has worked flawlessly.Anybody considering this for their Xbox One should be good. It works fine on mine. 5Didn't Work with Xbox One on LG TV or Vizio Soundbar Bought these to use with my Xbox One without a Kinect. Based on reading previous reviews and answers to questions it sounded like these would work with the Xbox One. However, I tried for a couple of hours the day I received the cable from numerous different positions and distances with both my LG television and my Vizio soundbar to get a signal to send and got absolutely nothing instead. I then read some tips and tricks online, tried again a couple days later, and still nothing.Next time around I think I'll invest in cables that aren't so cheap cause you apparently get what you pay for. 1Received emitters look different from advertised picture and do not work I ordered these emitters to replace ones that came with my CablesToGo IR repeater that I purchased a few years ago C2G / Cables To Go 40430 Infrared (IR) Remote Control Repeater Kit (Black). The old emitters worked perfectly with the repeater. But I had to temporarily move my A/V equipment, and in trying to remove the previous emitters they came apart. I decided to purchase two pairs of these C2G emitters since they looked like a perfect match from the advertised picture. But the C2G emitters I received from Amazon looked different from the previous ones (and the advertised picture) and did not work with the repeater.See the attached picture for a comparison. The new emitters I received are the ones on top. As shown, the new emitters are more rectangular in shape. Every time an IR signal is sent, a bright red LED on the emitter lights up, which is a little distracting, but at least you know a signal is getting through. But no matter where I placed the emitters on my Comcast cable box and my Sony receiver, there was no reaction to the emitter even though the blue light on the repeater and the red light on the emitter showed activity. I tried every emitter port on the repeater, and I also tried with a second set of the same emitters I had purchased, including sticking the emitter to the boxes. But nothing worked.I thought maybe somehow my repeater had gone bad, so I ordered a new Sewell IR Blaster Sewell BlastIR SW-29311 Infrared (IR) Remote Control Receiver Kit (Black), which looks like the exact same thing as the C2G repeater except with different colors. (Maybe they are co-branded somehow?) Even the emitters look identical to what I used to have. (The Sewell emitter is the other one shown in the attached picture.) When I received the new repeater and emitters, I did a test first and plugged the Sewell emitter into the existing C2G repeater. It worked perfectly, like it used to with my old emitters. The good news then is my repeater/emitter setup is working again. The bad news is I wasted $8 on the new C2G emitters that do not work and $40 on a new Sewell IR repeater/emitters setup when all I needed was good working emitters.So this all leads me to believe there is some kind of problem with these new emitters I received from Amazon. I actually ordered from Amazon, and not some third-party, so I don't think they would be any kind of knock-off. The part number on the package matches what is shown on Amazon's site. But for some reason the emitters do not seem to be correct. It's possible C2G has changed their design, and the new ones have issues? I would caution anyone else against purchasing these if you are expecting to get what is shown, since you may have the same problem I did.Also, I should note these C2G emitters did not come with adhesive already attached to each emitter, and there was just one piece of double-sided adhesive in the bag with each pair of emitters, which is not very useful. The Sewell emitters came with a piece of adhesive already attached to each emitter plus a spare piece of adhesive for each emitter. 1
C2G 40433 Dual Infrared (IR) Emitter Cable, TAA Compliant, Black (10 Feet, 3.04 Meters)

C2G 40433 Dual Infrared (IR) Emitter Cable, TAA Compliant, Black (10 Feet, 3.04 Meters)

3.7
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
SG$ 82.00
Sale price
SG$ 82.00
Regular price
SG$ 136.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 40% (SG$ 54.00)