HDMI® Extender using Cat5e/CAT6 cable extending up to 196 ft, Supporting DDC & HDCP
    Product # 6532
    HDMI® Extender using Cat5e/CAT6 cable extending up to 196 ft, Supporting DDC & HDCP
    Product # 6532
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    HDMI® Extender using Cat5e/CAT6 cable extending up to 196 ft, Supporting DDC & HDCP

    The Monoprice HDMI Extender allows for the extension of an HDMI video signal up to 60 meters away by using the extender units and two Cat5e or Cat6 ethernet cables.

    This extender supports maximum resolution of 1080p and can extend to up to 196 feet. It supports the HDCP copy-protection signal, so you won't have any handshake problems.

    Note: For best results use Cat6 STP cabling.



    Support Files:

    Cat5/6 Cable Length Resolution

     

    CAT6          50M     1080P

     

    CAT6          60M     1080I/720P

     

    CAT6          70M     480P

     

    CAT5E        45M     1080P

     

    CAT5E        50M     1080I/720P

     

    CAT5E        60M     480P

     
     
    Input video signal: 5V
    Maximum single link range: 1920x1080P
    Vertical frequency range: 50/60hz
    Video amplifier bandwidth: 1.65Gbps/165MHz per channel
    Resolutions: 480i, 576i, 1080i (interlaced) / 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080p (progressive scan)
    Size: 45mm wide x 25mm high x 81mm deep.
    Weight: .246KGs
    Warranty: 1 year
    Operating temperature: 0°C - 70°C
    Operating humidity: 10% to 85% (no condensation)
    External power supply: 5V DC @ 2A
    Power consumption: 5W
    Regulatory approvals: FCC, CE, UL
    AC adapter: US standard, UK standard.
     
    Included in the Box:
    Two extender units
    AC adapter
    User manual
     

     



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    4.0 / 5.0
    169 Reviews
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    Working almost 2 years now
    Being using this in church youth room now for nearly 2 years of trouble free operation. The youth send a computer and dvd signal about 60ft to a 60" plasma tv. The video and audio work perfect.

    PROS: consistently works
    zero quality issues

    CONS: they're not free !
    August 8, 2012
    Good Product
    I have been using the product for a couple of months. The product works! The video is crisp and clear and the sound is great. I would recommend this product as an alternative to an HDMI cable run over a longer distance. Moreover, I would recommend this company based on the support.

    PROS: The product was shipped quickly. The price was alright. I really like that the company stands behind their products. One of the devices came damaged but still working it had a something noisily rolling around inside. I called support up and they sent me another and I sent them the defective one. No additional cost and no jumping through hoops or talking to five people before someone could help me.




    CONS: Before ordering I talked with two support people. I wanted the 50' redmere HDMI cable, but because it was on back-order (even after their website's delivery date) the 2 support staff recommended two different products which confused me. I had to do more research before picking this item. And they were all out of the 50ft cat6a cable. I had to buy the 75ft cables.
    September 12, 2012
    These work like a charm!
    I installed these at my church this past weekend, and we are very pleased at the performance! We used Cat6 (PID 5907) and everything work perfectly!

    PROS: Very small footprint. Easy hidden behind the TV.

    CONS: None
    January 17, 2012
    Works as advertised
    5/5

    PROS: easy to set up, I'm only running 50' between them but it works great!
    September 24, 2013
    5/5
    Second HDMI Extender purchase great product

    PROS: great product great shipping

    CONS: none that I can see
    May 28, 2014
    This product is the truth.
    Ordered this back in 2012 to run my PC, which is in my basement, to my receiver upstairs. It's on daily at least 5hrs & it's still going strong. I'm using CAT6 as recommended by Monoprice tech. It hasn't failed yet. I get excellent video & audio from this unit & it's never unplugged. I notice the on light,(little red light on unit), is off until a signal is active by turning the receiver on. If the computer is off then the unit's light is also off.
    I see other review's that rate this product bad, but for me it's worked perfectly for me & I would recommend this. Now that being said, I also use the Cabernet Series Active High Speed HDMI® Cable with RedMere® Technology, 50ft to run to another receiver in the basement. I used a DVI to HDMI adapter so I could use that output from my computer to go to the second receiver. My video card outputs audio & video through the DVI output. The Cabernet Series Active High Speed HDMI® Cable with RedMere® Technology, 50ft cable worked as well with only a slightly slower initial start up when first activated. I got 1080p @ 60hz , 192000 24 bit audio through the cable also.

    PROS: Clear Picture at 1080p @60hz,audio up to 192000kz @ 24bit, 5.1 digital dolby, (that's all my computer can output)

    CONS: Very minimal delay when first sends output to the receiver , not instant on but after initial start up, no issues. No sync issues either. I'm just being really picky here, there really isn't any con for this product.
    May 4, 2016
    HDMI Extender Balun
    This was by far the cheapest and easiest way to extend my HDMI signal from my (direct tv box) in my master bedroom to my theater room 75' away. I first tried an actual 75' HDMI cable that had a built in extender that I purchased through a different vendor. After receiving no audio thru my receiver going with this route I contacted Monoprice for advise and was referred to the HDMI extender using Cat5e/CAT6. I went with CAT6 and I tell you it was easier to fish the wires thru the attic for my application, this worked like a charm and have had no issues.

    P.S. I do plan on buying a flat screen tv mount soon, and I have to say they have the cheapest prices by far anywhere I have ever seen.

    PROS: Quick shipping. Next day for only $5 bucks local with Norco service that you offer and a picture was emailed to me showing the package on my door step that is customer service if I have ever seen any.

    This is the company I would love to work for how do I get hired here. I am enthusiast when it comes to Home Theater/ Audio.

    CONS: No cons at this time.
    April 3, 2012
    Works great!
    Gefen $400 product died in about 2 years, I don't know how long this one will last, but consider the price, I'll buy this every 2 years if I have to :))

    PROS: This unit is to replaced Gefen product that stopped working after about 2 years. For about 90% less money than Gefen, this product actually works simpler and probably better.
    My setup is to send the signal from camera all the way up to about 350 ft.
    September 5, 2010
    Awesome
    Great product at a great price. Used CAT6 cable (from Monoprice) to connect my HTPC from the basement over 50 feet to the TV in the family room. Worked right out of the box. Video is displayed at 1080p.

    PROS: Just works

    CONS: None so far
    April 11, 2011
    Worked good, once I figured out small issues
    When you run the Ethernet lines, they need to be separated. A buddy of mine once told me about electronic wave disruption for other Ethernet line run together, but never had much faith in it. After some troubleshooting with picture issues, I realized I had to have the lines separated. Not sure if there is a minimum spacing or not. But I think that the HDMI signal has a higher power output than regular Ethernet lines, so the disruption had more of an effect.



    I have read other reviews, but decided to try it out anyway. I had issues but resolved them. I think this would solve some of the other issues that were apparent in other reviews for this product.



    TO THE ADMINISTRATOR: Hopefully you will read this. But if you could test out this hypothesis, I think it may helpful to you. And I would like to hear some feedback so I can pass this on to others that I chat with. Thank you.







    Hope this review helps you out

    PROS: Signal looked great, once I figured out some issues.

    CONS: Need to run Ethernet lines separetly.
    February 12, 2014
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