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MR question for Pio XDE owners

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by ikon66, May 28, 2005.

  1. ikon66

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    I'm in the process of setting up my 435xde on the pdkfs04 stand. Pioneer have supplied a bracket which enables the media reciever to be placed on its end behind the display, qiute good I thought as it hides away box and cables.

    But how will the remote work if it cannot see the box, will it get its instructions through the sensor on the panel?

    Anyone wanna try covering the front of the media box to see if it works please.

    Cheers

    Paul
     
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    The media box has no sensor,trust me.Hide it away anywhere you like.
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    cheers :D
     
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    the sensor is in the screen not the media box, so you can have the box outos sight and it will still work.

    This is because the sensor is in the screen and when you use the remote it goes from the screen down the cable to the media box.

    Geat idea don't you think.

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