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DIY TV remote jammer: you can never have too much control

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Have control issues do ya? Good, then go ahead and revel in your caffeine-fueled angst with this DIY TV Remote Jammer. The hack inserts an IR blocking circuit into a standard, working remote. The hacked remote blocks the original remote used by the unsuspecting spouse or kid while still giving you your entitled reign over the home entertainment center. Mind you, this hack isn't for sissies or anyone who thinks a breadboard is for slicing up the Wonder. Still, in the end, we're sure it'll be worth it.

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