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    Default Tool To make Detector laser False?

    Is there any way I can make my detector on laser? Perhaps a remote control to the tv? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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    Supposedly a lot of detectors can be set off with a remote control, i've tried it though and never been able to make it work on my RX65.

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    Jimbonzzz seems to be knowledgeable in this field. Maybe he can help me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasRed
    Jimbonzzz seems to be knowledgeable in this field. Maybe he can help me out.
    I've already P/M'ed him for you

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    Try different brands of remote controls. I had better luck setting off my V1 with a JVC or Yamaha remote than a Sony or Mitsubishi, for example.

    I think I read somewhere that remotes for Panasonic TVs work well. I don't have one to test with, though.

    I wonder if a universal remote can be programmed to emit a series of pulses similar to lidar. Such as the Philips Pronto, which can accept IR codes in hex using their PC editor software.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kpatz
    Try different brands of remote controls. I had better luck setting off my V1 with a JVC or Yamaha remote than a Sony or Mitsubishi, for example.

    I think I read somewhere that remotes for Panasonic TVs work well. I don't have one to test with, though.

    I wonder if a universal remote can be programmed to emit a series of pulses similar to lidar. Such as the Philips Pronto, which can accept IR codes in hex using their PC editor software.
    RCA remotes are supposed to work, as are Xbox remotes. I tried to set my universal for an RCA TV and had no success, and don't have an xbox remote.

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    I have an xbox remote, I will go and test it now

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    ok, just tried 8 different remotes incl XBOX...NONE made it false.

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    hahaha this can make long road trips fun when driving next to someone with a radar detector.

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    yeah if u can find a remote to work...is there anything else out there guys??

 

 

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