In my 2503S the Gensis Radio/DVD unit is perpendicular to my lazy butt on the couch. That means I have to keep getting up to send my “remote request” to the unit. This makes the remote kind of pointless.
It’s a bit irritating because in the old days I was my dad’s remote when he wanted one of the b&w tv knobs turned, or an adjustment made to the aluminum foil. I’m thinking I shouldn’t have to do that anymore!
So my question is; besides an extensive unit location modification that DW would never agree to anyway, is there any suggestions out there? I’ve noticed other FR floor plans that would probably cause my issue too, so I’m wondering if anyone has already got a solution.
I’d appreciate any ideas!
Fred, Gail and Sandee the Puggle
2008 Pathfinder, Native Ultimate 14.5, Delta 10
I've got a set of these for controlling the stereo (which is located in a completely different room inside the house) while we are out on the rear deck listening to the remote outdoor speakers.
Following the instructions is simple...........point your exisitng remote at one of these pyramids (receiver) and the other pyramid (transmitter) is located with a frontal view of the actual unit (Genesis) you want to control.
We discovered we could point it at the sloped ceiling of our 5ver and it works. Don't know why, but it sure helps.
I have seen this done by the old coot. I could not believe it when he showed me, try it who knows it might work for you. Electronics are weird. If he points it at the unit zip, zero, who knows with these things.....
^^^ Yep. I'd point it all over the room to see if it bounces anywhere useful.
2018 Ram 3500 DRW/crew cab/long bed/4x4/4.10 gears pulling a 2017 Spartan 1245 by Prime Time
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