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Customer Reviews

Niles MF2VF

Dual IR MicroFlasher®

MFR # FG01022

Niles MF2VF

Niles MF2VF

Dual IR MicroFlasher®

MFR # FG01022

2 reviews
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2 IR Flashers per Connection is a Good Thing

Robert from Ottawa, IL on 1/3/2019

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I just place all of my electronics in a closet adjacent to my living room. I needed more IR flash repeaters for the electronics. Having 2 IR flashers per connection into the hub allows me to control 4 devices (I purchased 2 IR flashers) and I still have connection ports open in the hub for future expansion of IR controlled devices. Everything works as expected. No electronic equipment or any the cables (between devices) are in the living room, everything is hidden away in the closet.

Pros: Simple to install. Everything works as expected. All of my electronics are hidden away in a closet no clutter in the living room.

Cons: None

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Simple way to control more devices

Donald from Williamsburg, VA on 1/21/2018

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I picked the MF2VF to double the number of devices my main unit could control. Setup requires plugging in the 3.5 mm Jack, so pretty easy. Now my electronics are stacked on shelves in an alcove behind the flat panel and it works perfectly.

Pros: Leaves room for expansion in the main unit

Cons: None

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