Dual Band IR Repeater
    Product # 9895
    Dual Band IR Repeater
    Product # 9895
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    Dual Band IR Repeater

    Control up to four audio/video components located behind closed doors or walls in an entertainment cabinet or closet using this Dual Band IR Repeater from Monoprice!

    This IR repeater lets you store your equipment out of sight, yet still operate it with its infrared remote control. The repeater supports dual band IR signals with frequencies between 30-60KHz. The kit includes an IR receiver with a 3 foot cord, which you need to place so that you can point your remote control at it.

    The receiver then transmits the signal to the repeater, which sends it out to all four transmitter bulbs, which should be placed over the IR "eye" on each of your components. The kit comes with two transmitter cables, each with two IR transmitter bulbs and 6 foot cord.

    The box measures a scant 3.1" x 2.1" x 0.9" and has mounting holes so it can be attached to a wall or inside a cabinet. The repeater is powered by the included AC adapter (5 VDC, 0.5A) and can be expanded by adding one more receiver and three more transmitter cables.

    Note that the cables use standard 3.5mm mono and stereo plugs, so they can be lengthened by using a 3.5mm audio extension cable.

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    4.2 / 5.0
    252 Reviews
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    ir repeter
    dual band repeater question is it working whit bell fibe receiver (mottorolla vip2262
    October 10, 2016
    Good product, needs device specific placement instructions.
    Worked perfectly out of the box for an Apple TV and a Panasonic Home theater system, after I figured out where their IR sensors were. I had trouble with my Dish Network 722 DVR. The 722 has 3 IR sensors and I had a hard time positioning the emitter so that it worked consistently. After much trial and error, I noticed that it worked best with the emitter was about 1/2" in front of the sensor. A short length of plumber's strapping, flat black spray paint, and a bit of double stick tape and I had fabricated a stand-off that significantly improved the emitter's performance for this device.

    I had surfed the comments but did not see any solution for my specific device. It would be nice to be able to search comments by keyword, or have all of the comments display on a single page so we could search with the browser's tools for specific devices.

    PROS: Works well for most devices. Mostly easy to install

    CONS: Needed to modify for a specific device.
    August 25, 2015
    Dual Band/ TWC/Sony/Dish Net Compliant
    Works like a champ out of the box with the device only a few feet away. I have extended the IR receiver up to 30' with a 3.5mm stereo extension and Cat5. Works well but slightly slows response time. Most people wont notice. I have done this about 20 times. Once or twice the IR receiver stopped working about a week in. The rest are have had no problems. All in all you cant go wrong for under $20.

    PROS: The IR works with every new IR device on the market. Including New sony products and Time Warner and Comcast cable. I've used it on Dish Network (the receiver must be set to IR Channel 1)

    CONS: The IR Emitters are flimsy and break easy. So if the unit responses funny. Try a different emitter.
    You best results are about 15' or so from the receiver or the remote wont work well. If its an older Plasma maybe 12'. No IR indicator or IR receiver. Only on the distro block.
    March 28, 2013
    Great IR Repeater
    I bought this little IR repeater in hopes to better amplify a signal to my TV which has a hard time when I'm trying to turn the volume up and down or turn the TV on or Off. The Vizio seems to have a poor receiver in it. The same remote controls our Tivo and works very well, just not when sending commands to the Vizio TV.

    This IR blaster works great. I put two eyes about 3" from where the Vizio receives signals and now I don't have any issues with turning the TV on or volume control. The extra boost provided by this little device makes it reliable every time. I don't have to be so particular about my aim with the remote anymore. The construction of the transmitter is a little cheap, but it doesn't matter. It does what it needs to do and does it very well, and I'll never see the construction of the device again anyway since its hidden away behind a sound bar.

    PROS: Great sensitivity, small and effective

    CONS: Cheap construction but it doesn't matter it gets the job done.
    May 17, 2014
    Just buy it
    Get this get this get this. Works EXACTLY as it should and you CAN NOT beat the price. Thank you monoprice!

    PROS: Works perfectly!

    CONS: none
    May 5, 2013
    Device works perfectly. It has continued to work properly for the three months I have had it.
    September 7, 2013
    Simple solution
    I just moved my Xbox, DirecTV receiver, and AV receiver into an AV cabinet so needed to get IR signals to both of the receivers. This is a very simple and cost effective solution that only takes minutes to set up.

    Only downside is that the included IR transmitters are in 2 pairs, I would prefer each to be separate so that the transmitter cabling isn't connected between two devices. Granted, this does enable you to repeat double the of devices but I doubt many people would need to repeat more than 4 signals.

    PROS: Inexpensive

    Easy to set up

    CONS: Pairs of transmitter wires means two devices share a cable
    July 14, 2014
    Works great, even when extending cord
    I put a 40' extension cable (22 gauge, 3 conductor with stereo phono plugs) between the module and the receiving end, and it works just fine.

    PROS: it works

    CONS: N/A
    March 17, 2014
    Works like a charm on Canon camcorders!
    I'm using the Dual Band IR Repeater to control four Canon HF-S21 Camcorders. It works like a charm!

    PROS: Simple and effective

    CONS: None
    October 27, 2015
    Plug and play

    Installed in few minutes.

    Excellent reception and even if transmitter is placed approximately, works well.

    Great buy

    PROS: Ease of use


    February 16, 2015
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