Can I use 2 remotes on the XM generator, 1 on the BN port and 1 on the MN port? And will this cause more of an effect? Also if I use cables to connect 4 remotes to 1 XM generator, is this multiplying the effect or just redundant?

Those remotes are designed to be connected to the BN port. The MN port is wired differently.

You could use adapters to split the BN output between two remotes, but I don't see the point.

Another option is to wire one remote to OUT1, and another to OUT2, and with some smart preset work you could run different programs on each remote using only one generator.

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