It seems all you need is an IR receiver that will interface with the audio input of your computer. The simplest way would be to cannabilize one from a defunct TV or video recorder. Failing that, you can make one using a dedicated receiver chip, or from discretes (I have seen circuits in various forums).Originally posted by testitonanimals@Oct 10 2004, 04:21 AM
I am interested in recording ir signals from my remotes as audio on a computer, then to play them back in the same manor. Does anyone have a circuit that would aid me in that?
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