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Samsung OneRemote and Old TV

(Topic created on: 4/16/20 2:58 PM)
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Hi all -

 

I currently have an ancient LN32C450 mounted in my bedroom, and plan on placing a new QN65Q70RAFXZA on the living room wall (opposite the mounted LN32C450).  This feels like a dumb question, but will the old IR remote of the LN32C450 interact with the QLED TV (and soundbar), and vice-versa, will the OneRemote accidentially interact with the old TV?  Just want to be sure, as I've seen similar concerns here but oftentimes between two Smart TV's. 

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As the 2 televisions will have a wall between them, you should have minimal infrared interference. The only possibility would be from reflective surfaces, such as a wall mounted mirror, but even this is extremely rare.


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As the 2 televisions will have a wall between them, you should have minimal infrared interference. The only possibility would be from reflective surfaces, such as a wall mounted mirror, but even this is extremely rare.


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