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    IR0104 IR Receiver Extender Cable for HD DVR STBs (9ft)

    Purchase IR0104 IR Receiver Extender Cable for HD DVR STBs (9ft)
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    This is a 9-ft IR Receiver Extender Cable designed specifically for HD DVR Set top Boxes. This handy cable allows you to place your Set Top box behind cabinet doors or locations up to 9 feet away and still operate the STB with your remote control. Simply plug the 3.5mm plug into the IR port on the back of the box and place the receiver on or near your flat screen television. The 9-ft lead is 30AWG and includes a 3.5mm stereo plug. The dark color leans makes this unit plasma proof and has a 35-40 range from the remote control to the IR receiver. Extend the length even more with our 25-ft IR receiver extension cable. 

    Compatible Boxes:
    • VERIZON HD DVR QIP 7216 1, 7232-P2, 7100
    • CISCO CHS535, CH335 HD DVR
    • LG LST-4600A HD Convertor Box
    • MASSCOOL HS-MA105DC550D HDMI Switcher
    • THOMPSON DCI1011com
    • PEERLESS HD flow HDS100
    • IO GEAR GWAV8141K Wireless Multimedia Kits and HD
    • CAT5 extender kits with IR support
    • PACE DC551P, PACE/CISCO DC700X Apache RNG110
    • PACE/CISCO RNG150, RNG100 
    • MOTOROLA DC50X, DCX3300, DCX3400-M, DCX3416, DCX3425, DCX3432, DCX3501 and MVIX 760 HD Media Player

    Do Not Purchase this cable for:
    Any Explorer Boxes, Motorola DCT or DCH Series SA (Scientific Atlantic) Explorer Boxes
    Scientific Atlantic Boxes unless it is listed in the working list above. Verizon Motorola QIP 6416-2, 6000 Series, Moto DCX3200-M, DCX3400 (non M version).

    Important note! This cable is intended for Set top Boxes and will not work with stereo receivers (Panasonic, Harmon Kardon, etc) or IR Repeater Systems.

    Warning: California's Proposition 65


    This product can expose you to chemicals including Bisphenol A (BPA) which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

    • High Performance Infrared Receiver Extender for High Definition Digital Video Recorders Set Top Boxes
    • Mini 3.5mm RCA Stereo Nickel Plated connector; Tip VCC 5V Center 'Data' Sleeve 'Ground'
    • 9 Foot CL3 Rated outer jacket approved for in-wall installations.
    • Large Dark Color Lens makes this unit Plasma Proof and enhances product performance
    • Operating Range; 3.3~5V 38Hz
    • Receiver can be extended using our 25 Foot Mini 3.5mm to Mini 3.5mm Stereo Extension Cable, Part# IR9339
    • Important: Before you Buy, check the our extensive list of Boxes this will work with, note we include list of boxes it will not work with as well'
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    Steve McKinnon • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Does this work for the Cisco Digital Transport Adapter 170HD? Cisco spec's an "IR-57" extender cable that operates at 57 Khz.
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi Steve: This IR is an older version that will only do 38KHz. Infrared Resources the manufacturer has a newer version that will do 30 to 60KHz. You will find it on AMAZON; Good Luck TL/4195
    guy bassett • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I have a Arris cable box will the ir0104 work with this
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi Guy: The IR 104 works on 38 kHz frequency only. If your box is 38 kHz it should work. IR Resources has a new dual frequency Receiver 38 kHz and 56 kHz. You can find it on Amazon. TL/4543
    brenda • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM is this one compatible with spectrum cisco 4742hd box ?
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi Brenda: This IR Receiver works with boxes with a frequency of 38Hz. I could not find anywhere on line (including spec sheet or owner's manual) where the CISCO Spectrum boxes listed the frequencies at 38Hz or even 56Hz where it definitely would not work. TL/4643
    Conni • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM What should I use for a Cisco Explorer 9865HDC? Thank you.
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    HI Conni: I can not find what Frequency the CISCO box operates under. Either 38kHz or 56 kHz. The IR104 we stock is rated at 38 kHz. In the specifications on our site it list a couple of CISCO boxes this will work with. But the list is outdated so your box may work. You might want to get in touch with the company who provides the box to you (the cable or satellite provider) and ask them whether the frequency is 38 kHz or 56 kHz. And ask them if the IR input on the back is active and will accept an IR Receiver. If they say yes and confirm the frequency is at 38 kHz then this is your item. We do have a 30 performance guarantee as well. We are located in Southern California a day away from you. TL/4669
    Robert Marchinek • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM is it at the store in mt. laurel
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi Robert: I am not sure what you are asking? TL/4993