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One for All SV1100 Remote Control Extender £10.99 @ Cheapest Electrical
One for All SV1100 Remote Control Extender £10.99 @ Cheapest Electrical

One for All SV1100 Remote Control Extender £10.99 @ Cheapest Electrical

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Great bit of kit. I've got one and it works a treat (in a 5 bed house)

The One For All remote control blaster (SV1100) converts the Infra-Red (IR) signals from your remote control into Radio-Frequency (RF) allowing you to control your devices through doors, windows, floors and walls.

Simply put the special transmitting battery supplied into your remote control and put the receiver unit in the room with the source ie your SKY/DVD/Cable or freevew box and you can control the device from anywhere in the house!

The battery must be charged up initially by placing it in a compartment in the receiver overnight, if the battery runs out, you just put it back in to charge up!
Features
Controls your audio / video devices inside your cabinet
Send signals trough doors, walls and ceilings
Control audio/video devices which are placed out of sight
Portable, RF transmitter is wherever the remote is.
RF transmitter is placed inside your remote battery compartment (AA AAA)
Includes remote control extender to control up to 3 devices
Installing is as easy as replacing a battery.

11 Comments

Original Poster

why the cold? tell me where the price is better???

Nice 1 Thanks, Heat added
Edited by: "bo19991" 4th Feb 2011

Looks good.

So you get a transmitter battery which you put in your remote and a receiver device which you put near your boxes? Is the battery rechargeable? I'm assuming if you have multiple remotes you need multiple kits?
Edited by: "kyleb" 4th Feb 2011

Original Poster

Looks like i've posted the worst deal in the world! Thanks anyway bo19991 for actually realising what this can do. bit like the sky magic eye system for non-sky equipment

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kyleb

Looks good.So you get a transmitter battery which you put in your remote … Looks good.So you get a transmitter battery which you put in your remote and a receiver device which you put near your boxes? Is the battery rechargeable? I'm assuming if you have multiple remotes you need multiple kits?


Yes that is right the battery goes in to your existing remote and replaces either an aa or aaa. The actual transmitter battery can be charged within the receiver unit (quite clever). The pack comes with discreet stick on transmitters for 3 bits of equipment (Sat box, dvd and freeview box). I've enquired to see if you can buy transmitter batteries separately. I have a spiderbox sat box which has a 'one for all' style remote so I can control all. The only thing is I am considering another remote so I don't have to carry the one all round the house.
Edited by: "jack73bump" 4th Feb 2011

Hot from me.....

jack73bump

Yes that is right the battery goes in to your existing remote and … Yes that is right the battery goes in to your existing remote and replaces either an aa or aaa. The actual transmitter battery can be charged within the receiver unit (quite clever). The pack comes with discreet stick on transmitters for 3 bits of equipment (Sat box, dvd and freeview box). I've enquired to see if you can buy transmitter batteries separately. I have a spiderbox sat box which has a 'one for all' style remote so I can control all. The only thing is I am considering another remote so I don't have to carry the one all round the house.



hmmm let me know how you get on with the extra batteries. I was thinking of a keene IR distribution unit but this is considerably cheaper.

Any ideas of reliability?

Original Poster

kyleb

hmmm let me know how you get on with the extra batteries. I was thinking … hmmm let me know how you get on with the extra batteries. I was thinking of a keene IR distribution unit but this is considerably cheaper.Any ideas of reliability?



As i said i've been using one for the past week and have had no probs in a fairly large house

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jack73bump

As i said i've been using one for the past week and have had no probs in … As i said i've been using one for the past week and have had no probs in a fairly large house



Saw the reviews on amazon amazon.co.uk/Wir…1-1

Guy talking abouut interference hasn't read the instructions as there is an anti interference setting. I am running WiFi and haven't had any probs

Original Poster

kyleb

hmmm let me know how you get on with the extra batteries. I was thinking … hmmm let me know how you get on with the extra batteries. I was thinking of a keene IR distribution unit but this is considerably cheaper.Any ideas of reliability?



Just received a 'no we don't' to the battery question.:(

What I want to know is, how does a wireless transmitter in a battery identify which key has been pressed on your own remote?? That is what the description tells us I think.

I can understand the battery case AA/AAA housing the transmitter and a smaller battery for powering it. Optimistic as I am, I can't see that battery being effective enough to also power the remote for any reasonable time.

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