Hot Link Pro expands to 12 emitters!

The Hot Link Pro, famous for enhancing the distance of IR remote controls, now has a new big brother, Hot Link Pro X12 with 12 IR emitters for repeating to up to 12 pieces of A/V gear.

January 10, 2005, from Microsmith Inc.


Hot Link Pro, a top selling IR repeater now has a new big brother with 12 IR emitters on eight feet of wire and a new blue LED.
With both models of Hot Link Pro you can hide your entire system including Hot Link Pro`s hypersensitive IR Eye which can receive commands even if not in direct line of site. With today`s expanding systems, equipment lists are growing large and finding homes inside closed cabinets. Getting good clean IR signals into those cabinets is what Hot Link Pro and Hot Link Pro X12 do best!
Equipment can be up to 16 feet apart with the Pro X12 model and 14 feet apart with the Pro model.

Eye extension cables: For most applications, Hot Link`s IR Eye does not need to be extended because even with the Eye and equipment in the back of the room it can still `see` remote commands aimed forward. For those that have placed Hot Link A/V gear in a closet down the hall, we offer 25 Foot high grade Coax Eye Extension cable.

Website, WWW.HOT -LINK.COM will be updated soon. For direct sales now, or more information, contact your dealer or Marcus at 209 -257 -0509 or Marcus@hot -link.com
Or call 800 -999 -8846.

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