You attach the nippled ends of the 286 to each IR window of each device, the cables are very thin, and can easily be hidden... _BUT_ what you gain is much increased reliability, because... GUESS WHAT? the signal is repeated through the dongles directly on top of the IR window.. _WHICH MEANS_ ... the primary UIRT's emitter does NOT have to be in line of sight of the A/V gear, and can face forward normally to deal with an IR remote if so desired.
come on people, look, think, do some research.
Erm, I did "look", "think", and "do some research", but I still wasn't too sure of the finer details, hence I came to the forums for some help.... not to be patronised. If replying to people with genuine questions is really that much of a burden on you, then don't reply!
freymann, thank you for your help, some very useful links there.
If you had, you would have know about the Xantech 286, hell even I do and I don't use IR myself, so quit whining it's embarrissing.
Well I am not lying to you; I have not come across it before.
Reading your previous posts in this thread (amongst others), you have done more "whining" than everybody else put together! And to be completely honest, I find your spelling skills to be more "embarrassing" than my apparent whining.