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Hello folks! I guess I am not the only one who is angry on his neighbor and his loud working TV? Great! Then how can I block him from using remote control?

asked Oct 18 '11 at 07:00

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Hi Bob!

Cloth-eared neighbors are very noisy and common problem for many of us :) But if you want no police involvement in this situation and wish to deal with it in a calm and civilized way - there is one thing that you can use for sure.

When you have asked about the TV's remote control, you did the right thing. Thinking in that direction is the perfect thinking because almost all people will not bother walking to their TV if remote is not responding and would rather change the subject of their activity to something else, like reading a book.

So the target is TV remote control. They might have different operating frequencies but our TV remote control jammers are prepared for that. There are few of them so you can choose the one you need easily. By the way, the are capable of blocking not only TV remotes but other kinds of remote controls as well.

And don't forget that if he or she has a satellite TV - you can also deal with it.

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answered Oct 18 '11 at 07:20

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