Back to top Q: What is the purpose of an IR Mouse (Remote Control Extender)? A: An IR Mouse allows user to change source device's functions from the remote site. With model AVS-5811, an user, for example, can change the television channels from receiving location.
A: Yes, assuming the HD set top box has a built-in tuner (which we believe to be true) and is backward compatible with regular program, AVS-5811 will have no problems in connecting to a regular TV, transmitting and receiving the regular program.
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While programming the 5.8 GHz Audio/Video Sender for an under the counter cable TV, do I put the TV selector on TV or CATV? Can AVS-5811 work with a HD set top box to send regular cable program to a SD TV?
View Illustration Or Attach the IR Mouse within 1 inch range next to the IR sensor of the source device. View Illustration 2. Using Transmitter: If the space permits, you can establish your IR transmission with your transmitter.
Output: 9V DC, 500mA Back to top Q: Does AVS-5811-PAL support PAL-B standard for India? A: AVS-5811 in PAL standard works in all different countries. To be clear, those different PAL standards are referring to the different channel frequency sequences designed inside the tuner.
Back to top Q: Remote control is not working. How can I verify IR Mouse is working? A: When you press your remote control toward the receiver, you shall see a bright red LED indicator blinking from the front window of the transmitter.
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