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Cthy_prry,

The IR detector is in your TV set. It is the device that picks up or captures the IR signal from your remote control and turns it into an electrical signal that the TV via a processor interprets as a function or command to have the TV perform in a certain way as turning on, channel up or down, volume up or down, etc.

IR means Infrared

I hope this answers your question.

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