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Post 2 made on Tuesday January 17, 2017 at 20:38
Lyndel McGee
RC Moderator
August 2001
Did you try setting the 'duration' on the IR code to see if it affects the time to send? The extender for the NG series also has a High/Low switch on it if I recall correctly.

Are you using the RFX 6500 or the older RFX 6000 (no power settings)?

I am hoping that you say RFX 6500.


If using RFX 6500, per the manual, there are 5 DIP switches on the bottom. By default, all are On.

Switches 1 + 2 control
Dual IR emitters 1 - 2 Power Level - On likely High Power. Off is lower power

Switches 3 + 4 control
Dual IR emitters 3 - 4 Power Level - On likely High Power. Off is lower power

Switch 5 Controls
IR blaster On/Off (you can use the IR Blaster without plug-in emitters)

Give this a try. Start with the Blaster. Then try an emitter cable stuck to the front of the Denon. I don't recommend the wired cable as it may be introducing a ground loop (hum) that is preventin the signal from working.
Lyndel McGee
Philips Pronto Addict/Beta Tester

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