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Infrared (IR) Remote Control Repeater Kit (TAA Compliant)

#40430 C2G
Infrared (IR) Remote Control Repeater Kit is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 30.
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$75.99 $116.99 MSRP USD

Does your entertainment system have wooden doors, or would you like to mount your components in a closet? Without a clear line of sight infrared (IR) signals from a remote control will not reach the equipment. We have the answer. Our remote control repeater kit contains all equipment necessary to remotely operate 4 components (expandable to 12 components) using your standard remotes. Mount the IR receiver in a central location and connect to the IR distribution block. This block repeats the signals through emitters to your electronic components. Your components may now be mounted in your entertainment center, closet or another room! The kit is self-contained and easy to connect.

With this kit, you may mount a receiver in a convenient place on or near your entertainment system. The receiver has a 9 foot cable that is then attached to the repeater system that is mounted in your entertainment cabinet. The kit includes 4 emitters. These emitters are connected from the repeater system and placed over the IR receiver of the equipment.

The IR receiver and IR repeater have blinking blue LEDs to confirm receipt of the IR signal; the IR repeater is designed for mounting on shelf or wall. You can use your existing remotes for simple installation and hookups. Packaged for resale.

For your convenience, the AC/DC Adapter (#98025) is available for this item. To order this replacement part, please call us at 1-800-506-9607.

Please Note: Careful consideration must be used when placing the IR receiver near a plasma display. Since a plasma display emits IR frequencies during use, it may cause interference. At this time, the ATT U-Verse cable boxes are not compatible with the C2G, formerly Cables To Go, IR Receiver Kit. The product team at C2G is working hard to find a solution for this issue and will update you as soon as possible. Replacement components may be ordered online: 10ft Infrared Receiver with 3.5mm Plug (#98045), 10ft Single Infrared Emitter Cable (#40432) and 10ft Dual Infrared Emitter Cable (#40433).
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Features

  • • Allows for control of devices behind closed doors
  • • Includes emitters to control up to four devices
  • • LED light confirms IR communication
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Specifications

General Info
Product Line C2G
Color Black
UPC Number 757120404309
Country Of Origin Taiwan, Province Of China
Application Sector Residential, Commercial
Type Accessory, Kit

Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Impressed that it worked When I had gotten the product I was excited about using this IR extender. I was disappointed that I had to modify the IR Receiver Cable in order to extend the cable at a distance of approximately 90', which I was hoping for pheniox connector. But because I'm very fimilar with controls and solder technics I had no problems. Although, I'm not all that fimilar with IR Extenders, I was rather disappointed at the manual and how it had a lack of informtion. This product works great for short distances to a simple plug n play.
Date published: 2010-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from intermittent operation of the repeater I bought this to control 8 identical IR devices in a "new configuration" setup. (I have 2000 of these devices to load software onto) When I setup the devices and positioned the IR emitters on the devices, I only got a few correct commands sent to the 8 devices. I "thought " the problem was not enough signal to the IR emitters on the devices. It turned out that the controlling handheld IR Remote was sending TOO MUCH signal to the IR Receiver, distorting the output signal through the repeater. I found some colored cellophane (flood light gel filters, if you are familiar with those), and was able to use a dark "neutral density" filter BLOCKING 90% of the light, and a red filter blocking everything below 700nm. I taped those over the RECEIVER pickup, and "VIOLA", the 8 devices responded perfectly. So if you get intermittent control, try adding just a few pieces of satin scotch tape to the RECEIVER sensor to see if the control gets better. I was up to 5 pieces of tape with marginal improvement before I tried the colored and ND filters, and then had a repeatable solution.
Date published: 2016-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WORKS!!! My new cable box, Motorola DCX3400 did not work because of the location of the IR receiver. I installed the repeater and it works flawlessly, problem solved!!
Date published: 2011-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great and was Easy to Set up! Bought this to be able to control my stereo, DVD player and cable box that is in a cabinet. It works great and was really easy to set up. Thanks!
Date published: 2012-09-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy installation works great - however I have a new Onkyo receiver and Panasonic Blu-ray Disc player inside a closet behind our LED TV. I purchased the Impact remote control repeater kit. I ran a 3.5mm male to male connecter and ran it from the jack directly to the IR input in the back of the Onkyo receiver - works great. I then connected one of the Infrared Emitters to the 2nd jack and stuck the red emitter end directly over the IR receiver window on the Blu-ray player(this model has a drop down front which may have complicated things). The Blu-ray didn't work. I then removed the emitter and stuck it to the wall directly across from the Blu-ray (about 2 feet away) and works perfectly. All in all great buy. I was surprised that you could directly wire this into the back of a receiver. I tried to direct wire the Comcast cable box with no luck
Date published: 2011-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It is the best product i ever seen i have this product and i expand IR 105 ft long and still working great. i think on this product you can trust. do not go for cheap.
Date published: 2010-07-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does what it is supposed to. When planning for finishing my basement, I went for a minimal look for my theater room - I did not want any components other than the projector in the room. I built a narrow hallway on the other side of the front (screen) wall with shelves that hold my components. I bought this to control theater room components (receiver and BluRay player) that are not in the viewing room. I am using this base unit in conjunction with TruLink® Infrared Wall Plate Receiver. This item works perfectly as installed for its intended purpose. Be sure and read the about the operation/installation before you order - don't just order assuming it will work for your application. There is a small IR receiver that your existing remotes shoot their signal to. This IR receiver is connected to the base unit by a long thin cable. The TruLink wall plate (additional purchase) can take the place of the included IR receiver for a more finished look but the back of the wall plate component must be wired to the receiver using an Ethernet or phone cable. The base unit is meant to be in the same room/cabinet as your components. Coming from the base unit are 4 IR emitters (for 4 components) that work best if attached directly in front of the IR receiver on your components. The emiters come with a double-backed adhesive. Alternatively, if your component allows, the attachment can be done by male-to-male 3.5mm cable. Like I said - works perfectly in the situation that it is meant.
Date published: 2012-06-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DOES NOT WORK I have a TV in my room and got this to install the cable box and DVD in the closet behind the TV. So far I have position the receiver in every possible position and the darn thing works intermittently. Tried also removing the glue from the sensor on the cable box, and still no luck. So, called tech support and they only work the hours that I am at work.... great help that is...... No way would I recommend this at this time.
Date published: 2011-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great! I haven't tried others, but it doesn't look like I need to. This thing is great. It has four hookups and I used them all. Picks up the IR signal from my remote and transmits instantly to the four receivers hidden in a closed cabinet. The devices receiver has a light that blinks when it receives the signal so you know it is working.
Date published: 2011-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great When we mounted the TV on the Stair wall there was no place for the cable box/DVR. This device allowed us to put the box around the corner in another room. And yes, it works fine with Optimum's Scientific Atlanta 8300HD box. We just made sure the IR emitter was right over the IR receiver on the box. Absolutely worth the price.
Date published: 2011-10-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well made product, worked as expected We used this to send the IR control to a video projector mounted high out of reach in a church video projection system. We hardwired the IR sensor to the stage over 250 feet of shielded twisted pair cable and it works perfect. Also tired to remote the IR computer keyboard, but that did not work.
Date published: 2010-10-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Does not work with.... Unfortunately this kit does not work with my Scientific Atlanta (Cisco) CIS330 cable box. Just a heads up for anyone who is looking to use this with the same cable box. It does work with my other devices seemingly well, but I only needed it for the cable box, so its of no use to me.
Date published: 2011-08-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Decent Product Does not work 100% of the time with my plasma. Blue LED emits a low blink almost all the time, and glows bright when a button is pressed. Sometimes the signal repeats as if the button was held. If the receiver can be positioned just right, its worth the money
Date published: 2011-02-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from works fine Use of the repeater kit along with the in-wall infra red receiver has kept a wireless view of my television on the wall, and kept all my components in the hallway closet 35 feet away.
Date published: 2011-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've use this product in many locations, works great ! This is the best solution for hiding cable boxes and other multi media devices and still controlling them with a remote controller
Date published: 2015-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from just what i needed Perfect solution to my home theater setup. Just added a long male-to-female stereo cable to get the length I needed. Works great.
Date published: 2010-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Product Very good product when you want to put A/V equipment in a cabinet and want to use the remote where the display equipment is.
Date published: 2010-02-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from repeater poor instructions, need some know how to install. first time buyer will be confused unless for simple install.
Date published: 2011-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid technology Easy to set up. Just plug in. Stick. And shoot. Solid metal and never drops a signal. 10/10
Date published: 2009-07-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product! I have an enclosed video cabinet and now I can knave the door closed!! Awesome product!
Date published: 2010-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great piece of hardware It does what it says it does. Very simple to set up and use.
Date published: 2009-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great. Easy setup. For use at trade shows where TV is hidden in wall.
Date published: 2015-10-13
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Questions & Answers

I'm a little slow, so bear with me. The specs say Frequency Range - 34 to 60 KHz, which makes it sound like it will work on any frequency within that range. On the other hand, it also says dual band, which makes it sound like it will only work at 34 an...

I'm a little slow, so bear with me. The specs say Frequency Range - 34 to 60 KHz, which makes it sound like it will work on any frequency within that range. On the other hand, it also says dual band, which makes it sound like it will only work at 34 and 60. I need it for a cisco 9865 cable dvr box which requires 57khz, is this compatible? Thanks Mark
Asked by: Markie
This should not have a issue with the Cisco DVR. The fequency range that is given covers almost every IR remote frequency.
Answered by: Tom
Date published: 2017-10-05

I have used this product before and it works great. I want to install it again but my components are about 30' away from the TV. The unit comes with a 9' cable, do you guys sell a longer cable or extension or could you recommend a solution? Thank you.

Asked by: Frank
You can extend the length of the receiver by using cat5e and part numbe 37036. This can be extended up to 125ft with cat5e. Documenation on extending the reciever can be found under the USES tab of the product page.
Answered by: Tom
Date published: 2017-10-05

I'm planning on using a logitech remote to trigger the IR to an onkyo receiver, benq projector, sony blue ray player and a verizon fios motorola cable box. I'm looking to run this with a cat5e cable (approximately 50 ft of cable). Will this work? Can y...

I'm planning on using a logitech remote to trigger the IR to an onkyo receiver, benq projector, sony blue ray player and a verizon fios motorola cable box. I'm looking to run this with a cat5e cable (approximately 50 ft of cable). Will this work? Can you also please provide me with the cable color specs for proper installation.
Asked by: P35inc
Yes this will work at 50ft. There is not a particular color that you will have to use to connect this device.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-10-05

Are the components, specifically the AC adapter, UL approved and meet US safety standards for electric devices?

Asked by: Mike
The AC/DC adapter is the only component in this kit that is UL listed. Product 40430 is considered a low voltage device with minimal current draw.
Answered by: Sean
Date published: 2017-10-05

I have purchased two of these, along with the 40478 IIR wall plate extension. They work fabulously. That said, for direct IR port on device to the repeater kit (when not using emitters), I notice that some cables work and some don't. Is there a cable s...

I have purchased two of these, along with the 40478 IIR wall plate extension. They work fabulously. That said, for direct IR port on device to the repeater kit (when not using emitters), I notice that some cables work and some don't. Is there a cable specification for direct IR port connection?
Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately there is not a specifcation for this port. It is best to use a Mono 3.5mm cable. There are some devices that will not work properly when directly connected because these devices are looking for a proprietary receiver.
Answered by: Tom
Date published: 2017-10-05

I installed the IR Remote Control Repeater kit and it works fine. Although there is no blinking blue confirmation LED on either the receiver or the control unit. Is there a way to switch the blue LED on and off?

Asked by: Anonymous
Unforutnately there is no way to turn off the Blue Light. This is a confirmation light letting the user know that the device is receiving a IR signal.
Answered by: Tom
Date published: 2017-10-05

Does this repeater kit work with Direct TV receivers?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, it works with DirectTV receivers.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-05

I have a Marantz receiver that receives at 38.6kHz that I am unable to get to operate with the Model 40430 repeater I ordered. Is there a way to make these units compatible?

Asked by: Jerry
Unfortunately, our product has a compatibility problem with the Marantz receivers. We do not have a solution or work around for this issue at this time. You can try connecting it to the IR port on the Marantz with a 3.5mm cable from the Emitter port to the receiver.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-05

I have to make a longer run and would like to do it over Cat5 cable as it is all ready in place. Can you please tell me the color codes for the 3 wires (ie: power, ground & IR signal)?

Asked by: Anonymous
The signal is white, ground is red and +12V is black.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-05

Is this a single or dual band repeater? I.e. does it work for higher frequency devices ? Thank you, Aster

Asked by: Aster
The IR receiver can handle a dual band frequency 34 - 60kHz.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-05

Will ths unit work as a stand alone remote ir receiver for the Rotel RSP 1068?

Asked by: Rick
We would not recommend it to be used directly with that device. It should be used with the 40430 IR repeater kit.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-05

This looks like a great product that gets great reviews. I just have two questions. First, do you know if this is compatible with Yamaha receivers, specifically the RX-V673? Also, how does the signal get transmitted to the receiver? Will I be placing a...

This looks like a great product that gets great reviews. I just have two questions. First, do you know if this is compatible with Yamaha receivers, specifically the RX-V673? Also, how does the signal get transmitted to the receiver? Will I be placing an emitter over the IR receiver eye on the receiver or just putting an emitter in the cabinet with the components to be controlled? Thanks!
Asked by: JR
We have been unable to determine the infrared frequency your Yamaha receiver's range, however, our 40430 transmits the infrared signal at a frequency of 38 kHz. You will want to confirm with Yamaha if their equipment can receive a signal in that range. The IR signal is transmitted from your remote to our receiver which travels to the receiver box and is relayed to the emitters near your equipment. You would want to place the emitters either on the IR window of your Yamaha receiver or a few inches away (inside of your cabinet) for best results.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2017-10-05

Is there a way to split the receiver signal. I need to have receivers for 4 rooms but I only have 5 components total. (4 cable boxes and a bluray/DVD player). Also my receiver runs vary from 30-50'. Is this the right product and if not what would be?

Asked by: Ryan
Unfortunately we do not currently have a solution to accomodate this application.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2017-10-05

using a Telus optik tv. which I believe is a Cisco CIS 330 or 430. a review on amazon noted it was compatible but I believe this system may be the same as the AT&T u-verse, which has known incompatibility. thanks

Asked by: Anonymous
Our Repeater Kit transmits at a Infrared frequency range of 38 kHz. I would refer to the specifications of your equipment to see if you can receive signals at that frequency as I was unable to locate any specifications online for the Telus Optik TV.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2017-10-05

Will this work with a Cisco Explore 4624HDC Cable Box?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, this Infrared Repeater Kit would work with a Cisco Explore 4624HDC Cable Box.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2017-10-05

I own this unit and the IR Emitter is no longer sending my Comcast remote commands to the Comcast HD box (the signal to the HDTV however works fine). The failure started when I was moving around the cabinet and the top of the IR Emitter that sticks to ...

I own this unit and the IR Emitter is no longer sending my Comcast remote commands to the Comcast HD box (the signal to the HDTV however works fine). The failure started when I was moving around the cabinet and the top of the IR Emitter that sticks to the front of the Comcast HD box came off and the end wire became exposed. Please advise if/how I can replace the faulty IR Emitter & get it working again.
Asked by: Anonymous
You can try to experiment with different placement of the emitter to see if the Comcast HD box will receive the IR signals in a different area. If not you may want to consider replacing the emitter cable. You can consider emitter replacement part 40432 (http://www.cablestogo.com/product/40432).
Answered by: MIchael
Date published: 2017-10-05

Will this work with my camcorder Canon Vixia HV40

Asked by: wwjd
I was unable to locate what frequency range the Canon Vixia HV40 operates in. Our 40430 Infrared Repeater Kit receives Infrared in a 34 kHz-40kHz frequency range and transmits in a 38 kHz frequency range. Contact Canon to see if their camcorder operates in this range. If so, then it will work with our Infrared Repeater Kit.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-10-05

Is it possible to attach 2 ir receivers to the unit to control devices from 2 rooms?

Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately this Repeater Kit allows for only one receiver as there is only one input for it.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2017-10-05

Is this IR repeater compatible with RCMM?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, the IR repeater kit will work with RCMM
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2017-10-06

Does this work with AT&T Uverse cable box?

Asked by: JJ
No. We have product 40696 that will work with AT&T Uverse
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2017-10-06

Is this receiver PLASMA TV PROOF, or will the plasma TV interfere with it's reception.

Asked by: Chris
The receiver is not plasma proof. A plasma TV could interfere with the IR receivers reception.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-06

is model 40430 compatible with TWC cable box from CISCO (Explorer 8642)

Asked by: Heinz
Yes, the IR repeater kit does work with that cable box.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-06

Is this IR repeater compatible with Onkyo receiver in HT-S680 system?

Asked by: Anil
It should work with the Onkyo receiver. We do not have any reports of problems when being used with an Onkyo receiver.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-06

Can you tell me correct way to extend the ir receiver eye with cat 5 cable. Thank you

Asked by: Perry
If you are extending it via Cat5e, you have a couple of options. You could purchase our 37036 keystone adapter and connect 3 wires, ground, +12V, signal. The status port does not need to be connected. See pinout between the block and the 3.5mm keystone below: IR block - 3.5mm keystone +12V - G GND - R Signal - L
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-06

I want to locate the IR receiver of a C2G 40430 approximately 25 feet from the AV equip. Can I extend the existing cable w/ a standard stereo extension cable? If the answer is, "don't know, have to try it," is there a max distance you think would work?

Asked by: Eric
You can use a regular 3.5mm stereo audio extension cable up to 25ft. Over that length we would recommend using Cat5e wire from the screw down terminal on the distribution block.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-06

I have a new wireless at&t hd cable box. I have placed the receiver over the IR receiver, but it doesn't work. I have tried all of the repeaters and settings that I can think of.

Asked by: Matt
This item is not compatible with AT&T Uverse. You would need product 40696 that is our IR repeater that is compatible.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-06

I would like the wiring layout of the plug.

Asked by: bill
The plug is signal (tip), ground (ring), 12V (sleeve).
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-06

Will this work with the UVerse Motoroal VIP-2200 series?

Asked by: MGG
No. We have product 40696 that will work with AT&T Uverse
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-06

Does this work with an XBOX360? I use my 360 as a Windows MediaCenter and as such I use a Logitech remote that is IR. Would this device work for this setup? Also what is the differences, or why would you by this over item 40696? and vice versa.

Asked by: Dustin
If you currently controlling the Xbox via IR on the Logitech remote, the 40430 would work for you. The 40696 cannot be extended for the IR receiver or IR emitters. If your setup is within 20ft from source to display, you could use 40696 without a problem. If you need to extend the run or use more than 4 emitters for your devices, 40430 would be a better option.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-05

Will this work with a Motorola VIP1200 set-top box? I've tried placing the repeater all over the front of the VIP1200 without success.

Asked by: Andrew
One of our techs is working with you through email.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-05
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