I have just had a change around and have 2 TV/Monitors on my desk. Both are Bush, one is new. I now find that the remotes interfere with each other i.e. one will switch one off and the other one on or changing the input on one will change it on the other and all sorts of issues.
A TV remote from a manufacturer will control many different models. Not ideal but the only solution I can think of as you have the TV's next to one-another is to mask over the censer on the TV you do not want the remote to control.
I have two Panasonic TV Recorders and the individual remotes both activated the same device so I could only control one. However within the settings there was a facility to change the channel on the remote controls, which are set to channel one by default. By changing the channel on one of the remotes the problem was solved.
I appreciate that you are not using Panasonic devices but it may well be that somewhere within the settings you may be able to change the channel that one of the remotes uses.
Thanks for the replies, looks like I am stuck with it. Manual controls are on the back of all places so not not much use. Holding the remotes just a few inches away minimizes it to an acceptable level and in fact I only need to use one control that way.
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