Using a Keene IR emitter with a Logitech Harmony hub

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  1. gooner_47

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    Disregarding the connection used for a second (from memory I think the Keene is 3.5, but the Harmony is 2.5).... if I used a convertor and plugged it in, would it work?

    I'm sure if I asked Logitech they'd say to buy their own "Precision IR cables", but I just happen to have some old Keene ones lying around that I could use if they'll be compatible.
     
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    Why not try it?:confused:
     
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    I don't have the hub yet. And if I had the hub, I don't have a convertor.

    Just thought someone may have tried it before, that's all.
     

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