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Remote controls clash

#1
Hi guys, a newbie here so I hope this question hasn't been done to death already

I’ve owned an HDR-Fox T2 for some time now, which is great, and have today bought an HB 1000s.

The reason for my purchase is to:
Give me a 3rd recording option (for times when 2 recordable channels are just not enough).
Give me access to some channels that I don’t receive in my area via Freeview.
Make use of my single LNB satellite dish which was doing nothing.

Set up was simple and everything works well except; both of the remote controls work on the same frequency therefore whatever I do to the box I’m watching happens to the other box as well.

This could be problematic when setting recordings or adjusting settings, as well as a nuisance if channel hopping my different inputs. Is there a solution to this issue?

Cheers
 
#2
Hi guys, a newbie here so I hope this question hasn't been done to death already

I’ve owned an HDR-Fox T2 for some time now, which is great, and have today bought an HB 1000s.

The reason for my purchase is to:
Give me a 3rd recording option (for times when 2 recordable channels are just not enough).
Give me access to some channels that I don’t receive in my area via Freeview.
Make use of my single LNB satellite dish which was doing nothing.

Set up was simple and everything works well except; both of the remote controls work on the same frequency therefore whatever I do to the box I’m watching happens to the other box as well.

This could be problematic when setting recordings or adjusting settings, as well as a nuisance if channel hopping my different inputs. Is there a solution to this issue?

Cheers
Also applies to the freetime boxes

http://hummy.tv/forum/threads/using-more-than-1-humax-box-in-the-same-room.23/
 
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