HDMI® + Ethernet and IR Extender Using Cat5e or CAT6 Cable - Extend Upto 328ft
    Product # 8123
    HDMI® + Ethernet and IR Extender Using Cat5e or CAT6 Cable - Extend Upto 328ft
    Product # 8123
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    HDMI® + Ethernet and IR Extender Using Cat5e or CAT6 Cable - Extend Upto 328ft

    This all-in-one HDMI® extender not only handles high-speed 1080p HDMI video, with high-resolution audio, but it also transmits the IR signal and your ethernet over a single Cat5e/Cat6 cable at distances up to 100 meters (328 feet)!

    This HDMI extender is able to send High-Speed (1080p) HDMI signals to distances up to 100 meters (328 feet), with full 10.2 Gbps bandwidth, using only a single Cat5e/Cat6 cable. It supports 3D video modes and high-resolution audio, such as DTS Digital, Dolby Digital, DTS-HD Master Audio™, and Dolby TrueHD™.

    It also includes and IR back-channel, so you can control your equipment from the destination room. The IR receiver and transmitter are large, wide-directional units, so the receiver can handle inputs from various angles and the transmitter can send the IR signal to several pieces of equipment.

    The HDMI Sender and Receiver units each feature a three-port Ethernet hub. Connect a cable from your wired router to one of the hub ports and the other five can be used to connect PCs and other internet capable devices. The ethernet signal can be transmitted at a full 100 Mbps alongside the HDMI and IR signals.

    The Sender and Receiver units can be fixed to a flat surface (wall, table, inside a cabinet, etc) using the included L brackets (4 each) and screws (8 each, 2 per bracket). Screws or bolts needed to fix the brackets to your surface are not included. Both the Sender and Receiver require 5 VDC power and a pair of AC Adapters are included.

    There simply is no better way to extend your high-speed 3D HDMI signal over long distances. With the inclusion of IR and ethernet support, this unit give you a flexibility and capabilities that have been previously unavailable!


    • Supports HDCP
    • Uncompressed HDMI signal
    • Enables HDMI 10.2 Gbps and 100 Mbps Ethernet in parallel over a single 100m Cat5e/6 cable
    • 340 MHz/3.4 Gbps per channel (10.2 Gbps all channel) bandwidth
    • 1080p / 60 Hz with 48-bit pixels
    • 3D pass-through
    • Supports uncompressed audio such as LPCM
    • Supports compressed audio such as DTS Digital, Dolby Digital, DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD
    • Three standard Ethernet ports with switching capabilities on each unit. There is no difference between the three and any type of connection topology is permitted
    • Built-in single-band IR extender function allows IR remote control of source devices from remote viewing location by sending IR commands received near the Display back to the source devices

    For best results, we strongly recommend the use of a Cat6 cable to connect the Sender and Receiver units.

    Support Files:

    HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.

    DTS is a registered trademark and the DTS logos, Symbol, DTS-HD and DTS-HD Master Audio are trademarks of DTS, Inc.

    Dolby and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

    Supported Video Formats HDMI® with 3D
    Supported Resolutions 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
    Supported Audio Formats LPCM, Digital DTS, Dolby DTS-HD, Dolby True-HD
    Video Amplifier Bandwidth 340 MHz / 3.4 Gbps per channel (10.2 Gbps total)
    Deep Color Support 16-bits per channel (48-bits total)
    Ethernet Bandwidth 100 Mbps
    Ethernet Wiring Standard IEEE-568B
    Ethernet Hub Ports 3 per device (6 total)
    Ethernet Topology Any
    Maximum Transmission Distance 100 meters (328 feet)
    Input Power Requirement 5 VDC, 2A
    Power Consumption 5W (max)
    Power Adapter Input 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 0.5A Max
    Extender Certification FCC, CE, RoHS
    Power Adapter Certification FCC, CE, RoHS, UL (Canadian and US)
    Operating Temperature Range +32°F~+158°F (0°C~70°C)
    Maximum Storage Temperature +248°F (+120°C)
    Sender/Receiver Dimensions 3 31/32" wide, 4 1/32" deep, 31/32" thick
    Sender/Receiver Dimensions 3 31/32" wide, 4 1/32" deep, 31/32" thick
    IR Unit Dimensions 2 3/4" long (including cord tail) by 1 9/16" wide by 1" tall
    AC Adapter Dimensions 3 5/16" long (including cord tail), 1 1/16" wide, 2 13/16" tall

    Included in the Box:

    • 1x HDMI®/Ethernet Sender Unit
    • 1x HDMI®/Ethernet Receiver Unit
    • 1x IR Receiver with 49" cord
    • 1x IR Emitter with 48" cord
    • 2x AC adapters rated for 5V DC and 2A, with 44" cords
    • 4x L mounting brackets
    • 8x Mounting bracket screws
    • 1x User manual

    HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.

    DTS is a registered trademark and the DTS logos, Symbol, DTS-HD and DTS-HD Master Audio are trademarks of DTS, Inc.

    Dolby and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

    4.0 / 5.0
    31 Reviews
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    1 Star
    Works without issue
    Works great. I've installed this one and the 8120 (without the Ethernet switch), and both work fine. Requires power and a little space on the TV end. I think this is using HDBaseT technology using the Valens chip, which is a great price!

    PROS: issue solver, low cost
    July 16, 2012
    Worked like a charm
    Great product. Does what it says, no issues. Used with. Plugged in to TV on one end and Verizon FIOS Motorola QIP 7100 2 cable box on the other. Ran ethernet between and plugged in power. Worked like a charm! It's magical.

    CONS: Slight lag when pressing button on remote.
    Very bright red lights (can cover with electrical tape).
    May 6, 2013
    Over 300' Tested With 1080p!
    This product was purchased for my own 3D usage and I ended up putting it in one of my client's homes. I was able to test it prior to installation by using 4 pieces of cat-5 (not cat-6!) spliced together. Four splices total. A total of about 310 feet of cabling! I hooked up a Gefen video test generator and pushed out 1080p and 1920x1200 resolutions to a Sharp and to a NEC LCD display. Both displays had no issue receiving video. I then hooked up my laptop using a Display Port to HDMI adapter. The laptop immediately recognized the display as a Sharp LCD, and set the output resolution, properly, to 1920x1080.

    I am ordering another one and will be testing that at a few hundred feet carrying Blu-ray 3D and HD audio to my Samsung 3DTV and my Denon receiver. I will also test the Internet repeating capabilties of it on my gigabit network.

    While far more pricey than other HDMI extenders from Monoprice, this product is significantly less than the Cat-HD products of other companies I've seen. It works flawlessly, which is great to see. I'm interested to see how this product holds up over the long term, which has been an occassional issue for me.

    Still, would be nice to see this with Audio Return Channel, which I don't think is there.

    This is a great product and I strongly recommend it. Especially for those retrofitting with only one piece of cat-5 in place. Or those with long runs in their home. $5.00 of cat-5 instead of a $100 HDMI cable... It just makes sense!

    PROS: Delivers what is promised - Single Cat-5/6 - Full HD support - Easy to use

    CONS: Requres power at both end - Pricey for Monoprice - Long term reliability not known
    September 12, 2011
    I purchased this to replace a pair of wall plate type HDMI to cat5 converters. I was unable to pass 1080p and 3D signals through the wall plates. I had been searching for a product that would work in my situation for quite some time. This product has worked flawlessly! I can now send a 1080p 3D signal over 67 feet of cat6 to my display at the front of the room. The only thing that I would like to see added would be audio return channel functionality. Other than that, the product has been perfect. As stated by someone previously, this product does seem to be a bit on the pricey side compared to other monoprice products. But, it does what I need it to do, so I am glad to pay for it. Now I am looking to order another one to consolidate all of my equipment from upstairs in my equipement closet downstairs.

    PROS: Works as described.
    Passes 1080p signal
    Passes 3D signals
    Provides Ethernet
    All of this through 1 cat 6 cable!

    CONS: Does not support ARC(audio return channel)
    Pricey for monoprice
    January 23, 2012
    Easy and worked Great
    Set this up in about 5 minutes using a Panasonic TC-P50GT50-2 50 inch plasma, Verizon FIOS Motorola QIP 7100 2 cable box and Verizon FIOS P265v3 remote Control over Cat6.
    Worked perfectly. Mine was ME100E.

    Question: Can I just run a 3.5" male to male from the IE jack on the sender to the IR Input on the back of the cable box?

    PROS: Easy to setup.
    Works great, like magic!

    CONS: IR Receiver and emitter are both huge (like the size and shape of a small computer mouse) which is unfortunate when using with a sleek wall-mounted flat screen TV. In the sender end, would be better if it had multiple emitter jacks and gave you a few of the kind that stick right over the IR eye on your cable box.
    Seems to be a bit of a lag from when you press the button on your Cable Remote control until it takes effect (but I think this is par for the course on any IR extender).
    March 16, 2013
    Works Great
    Love this product and price. I can pass 1080p/3d with Cat5e and its reliable. It also has 3 additional 100baset ports. I tried hooking up ir to ethernet but it wouldn't pass. The receiver also gets quite hot even when not receiving a signal.

    PROS: Passes 1080p
    Passes 3d
    Works on long runs
    Works on Cat5e
    Passes 100baset

    CONS: IR is not bidirectional
    The other 3 ports will only pass 100 baset not ir hooked up to cat5e
    Receiver unit runs hot even when source is off
    September 26, 2011
    This works exactly as described. I was replacing a Niles balun system that did not support HDMI 1.4 features. The Niles system required dual ethernet cables whereas this system only requires one. I just plugged in it and it worked straight away!

    I'll be interested to see how this product holds up from daily use.

    PROS: Easy installation
    Support for HDMI 1.4 features
    Support to extend Ethernet signals

    CONS: None at this time
    May 23, 2012
    Works right out of the box
    I installed the two units over a distance of 30m with CAT6 cable, going directly from a HDMI splitter at the satellite receiver to the TV in my master bedroom. With my old Philips TV it worked flawlessly also with BBC HD and ITV HD. Now with my new Panasonic Viera 42 inch TV (2013 series) at first it worked fine on HD but now I get no sound when I receive the British HD channels... SD channels all work fine. At the transmitter end all works fine with sound, only not on the extended connection.

    PROS: Easy to connect, works right away, excellent quality

    CONS: Gets a bit warm, stays around 40 degrees Celsius on the outside.
    September 9, 2013
    Works great, read on for help with Onkyo receivers
    Overall great device and it works just as well as a significantly more expensive competitor product I also tried.

    I needed this for a Super Bowl party I threw last weekend and it worked perfectly for my bonus room. Monoprice was also extremely awesome as my first unit was DOA and they next day aire'd me a replacement ON A SATURDAY. How freakin' awesome is that? Gotta love monoprice and Nick C. over in RMAs!

    Anyway, only other caveat is I had a heck of a time getting this to work properly with my Onkyo receiver and 4x4 monoprice HDMI matrix switch. What was happening is whenever I turned off my upstairs (extender) Onkyo and TV, the switch would get confused and basically lock up that video source. So if I was watching cable upstairs, then turned it off and moved downstairs, my downstairs TV couldn't watch cable until I swapped the upstairs to another source or turned the upstairs back on.

    Same thing happened with the expensive competitor extender as well.

    Very odd, so I contacted monoprice support (Paul H.) and he had me try plugging the extender directly into my TV upstairs and BAM I could turn the TV off and it wouldn't lock up the source. So that meant the Onkyo was screwing something up with the HDMI connection.

    All I had to do to fix it was turn off the HDMI power control setting on my Onkyo. This means that my TV and Onkyo no longer turn on together and the TV remote can't control the volume on the onkyo (bummer), but other than that it works perfectly.

    PROS: Great price (duh).
    Picture quality is excellent.
    Ethernet hub on-board. I had a switch up in my bonus room and I no longer need that thanks to the 2 free ports on the device itself.
    Works with ONE cat5e wire and gives full 1080p+ picture quality. HUGE plus to folks with pre-wired homes. Most other solutions require multiple cat6 runs to each place you want a TV which is rough.

    CONS: IR receiver is kind of weak. I can't sit clear across my room and operate. I might get a remote extender to make this work better if I really cared, but it's good enough for now.

    HDMI is just pesky sometimes and this utilizes HDMI (more below).
    February 7, 2012
    Works as advertised out of the box
    I used existing cat 5e with 24 AWG. I have had these about a month and a half. I have not had to do any resets or any management of them whatsoever. Further, I am actually using two sets in tandem. One set travels about 200 feet over cat 5e from a DirecTV set top to a Yamaha receiver. Then another set travels from the Yamaha to a TV. The set up works flawlessly and looks great.

    PROS: Works exactly as advertised out of the box. The picture is outstanding with no noticable degradation. The box carries HDMI, Ethernet and IR. I am only using it for IR and HDMI.

    CONS: The labelling wasn't quite clear on whether or not it included ethernet and IR. (It does, and, therefore, needs to better specify that in the marketing literature.
    February 11, 2012
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