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Topic # 26645 29-Sep-2008 11:45
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I would like to be able to change the channels on the MySky decoder from an upstairs room (decoder is down stairs).  I have two cat5e cables running to every room from a central hub (star formation).  Can anyone give me some suggestions as to what I can use to adapt a remote signal to run via the cat5e cables? And i guess I would have to get a second remote too - I have seen the harmony remotes around - can it do everything that the Mysky remote does? Live pausing, Planner, Info buttons etc?

thanks in advance.

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  Reply # 167716 29-Sep-2008 12:04
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I use/sell Blue-eye remote units that will work with MySky & HDi (many remote extenders will not work with MySky or HDi) and will integrate into structured cabling systems as you have, PM me if you want pricing.


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