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controls the Line Outputs for Flashers
affixed to the front panels of components.You
can opt to either send IR Commands to:
ALL The commands are sent to all of
1 6 Just the specified Flasher receives
the IR commands (Useful when
identical TV's or VCR's are utilized
in the system)
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To add a new receiver to the list, to change the Receiver ID# of your existing receiver or to enable/disable the Front Blaster,
click on the Receiver button of the RF Control window.
After pressing the Receivers button, the RF
Control Window will enlarge revealing the
Receiver configuration options. Again, you click
on a cell to adjust.
The Receiver ID cells enable you to change the
ID# of each receiver, so that commands for one
will be ignored by the other if set to different
Note that in this system, the MRF 200 in the eq
uipment closet is set to ID#2 and the MRF 200 con
nected to the identical TV's is set to ID#1.
If you want the Front Blaster turned OFF on
any receiver, reset it by clicking on the correct
CELL and selecting OFF.
NOTE: In some installations, the MRF 200's
You may rename areceiver to something
Front Blaster is so powerful that it can overload
more descriptive by first selecting the
nearby components and give poor or intermit
receiver's name cell, then clicking on the
tent operation. Try re positioning the MRF 200
to reduce the power flooding the cabinet or turn
the Front Blaster off.