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HDBaseT™ Extender - 100m (328ft)
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HDBaseT™ Extender - 100m (328ft)

Monoprice is a proud member of the HDBaseT™ Alliance


Expand your HDBaseT™ setup with this HDBaseT Transmitter from Monoprice!

HDBaseT is the superior standard for extending HDMI® video signals to distances up to 100 meters over just a single Cat6 Ethernet cable (up to 70 meters using Cat5e cable). Additionally, it can be daisy chained up to 8 times, giving a maximum total extension distance of up to 800 meters! It is no wonder that it is attracting the attention of audio/video equipment manufactures, such as Pioneer and Integra, both of whom offer Audio/Video receivers with built-in HDBaseT extender/transmitter units.

This HDBaseT transmitter is designed to work with any officially licensed HDBaseT receiver from any manufacturer. It allows for a full bandwidth 10.2Gbps data throughput over a single Cat5e or Cat6 cable. The full 10.2Gbps bandwidth means that it supports all High Speed HDMI functions, including all HDMI 3D video modes, the extended 4K cinema resolution, 32-bit Deep Color, and high-definition compressed lossless audio, such as DTS-HD Master Audio™ and Dolby TrueHD™.

The transmitter features a built-in, bidirectional infrared (IR) signal extender, which allows you to remotely control devices at the source or destination end of the connection. For example, normal operation would allow control of the source blu-ray player from the remote TV location. It comes with an IR transmitter bulb.

Additionally, HDBaseT is capable of transmitting a full-duplex 100Mbps local area network connection alongside the HDMI and IR signals. It has two RJ45 LAN jacks, which propagate a network connection throughout the HDBaseT environment. This allows you to wire another room for HDMI video, IR remote control repeating, and full internet access, using only a single Cat6 cable!

Note: While HDBaseT will function using unshielded Cat5e cabling, we recommend the use of shielded Cat6 cabling for greater reliability over longer distances. Also note that any cable run through the walls must be rated for in-wall installations.

This transmitter is identical to the receiver contained in the HDBaseT Extender Kit (PID 10225).

Note: Monoprice strongly recommends using 22AWG, 24AWG, or active HDMI cables with RedMere® technology to achieve the best results and to ensure minimum signal loss over longer distances.

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.

HDBaseT and the HDBaseT Alliance logo are trademarks of the HDBaseT Alliance.

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.

Integra is a registered trademark of Onkyo Corporation, Osaka, Japan.

Pioneer is a registered trademark of Pioneer Corporation.

RedMere is a registered trademark of Redmere Technology, Ltd.

5 Reviews

94% of the reviewers recommend this product


Working well with Panasonic Projector Digital Link

  • Robert,
  •  ,  
  • 10/7/2015 3:58:24 PM

Pros: Small, Works great.

Cons: Documentation very sparse and not intuitive. No mounting hardware/brackets.

We purchased this for our church, half expecting to use Monoprice's return policy. After staring at the instructions for about half an hour and finally realizing there was nothing to learn from them, I just hooked it up and it works.
Our setup: Panasonic PT-EW640 projector at 720p with the "Digital Link" RJ45 connector. Cat5e cable running about 150 feet to the Extender in the sound booth. The extender plugs into the HDMI -to-Thunderbolt adapter coming out of the 27" iMac. It is also plugged into the network switch so I can interact with the projector's web page over the same cable. Works great. We have horrible RF interference in our location, and have tried all kinds of VGA, Coax, and other Cat5 Extenders. None have worked nearly as well as the Monoprice HD-BaseT Extender. Going strong for about 6 months, now.

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Inter-operates with Epson Pro G6770WU projector

  • Old Guy,
  •  Charlottesville, VA 
  • 7/20/2015 10:35:46 AM

Pros: Best solution for a long cable run to a ceiling mounted video projector that supports HDbaseT.

Cons: As noted by others, does NOT negotiate HDCP. Projector status showed an HDbaseT link but no signal until I connected an HDMI splitter between the source and this device.

My current A/V installation project has a ceiling mounted Epson Pro projector at the end of a 70 ft. cable run. Installing an active cable that might meed to be replaced behind sheet rock does NOT appeal. And 30 meter active HDMI cables that support 1080p are expensive! Since the Epson projector has an HDbaseT input, this solution puts all the active components for the link in the main equipment rack.

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Great system, great price

  • Anonymous,
  •  Portland, OR 
  • 6/11/2014 9:50:32 AM

Pros: Nice metal case HDBaseT works as advertisedno adjustments needed

Cons: The documentation doesn't tell you the function of the indicator lights. I found that the HDCP light flickers when data is being sent, regardless of whether the signal has HDCP content. I don't know what the Mode light indicates. The unit doesn't come with an IR receiver, just an IR blaster, so you will have to get one from elsewhere to control a projector.

Sends HDMI, IR control signals, and Ethernet up to 100 meters over a single Cat5e/Cat6 cable. Since HDBaseT is certified standard supported by many manufacturers (even though a single company makes the interface chips) devices from different manufacturers will work with each other (like HDMI itself). I actually had a different brand of receiver and the Monoprice transmitter worked fine. Has a nice metal case, so it works well in live events work. Did the full 320 feet (100m) with Cat5e solid wire cable, but not that far over Cat5e stranded.

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Works very well

  • Matt,
  •  New York, NY 
  • 5/12/2014 8:38:45 AM

Pros: Product works well and is reasonably priced

Cons: HDCP needs to be disabled since extender cannot negotiate it. Also when using a bunch of these, the power adapters can get a bit unruly.

These work well, and we've tested them to about 80m over CAT5e and CAT6 with no issues. The only problem we've seen (which we resolved by including a Monoprice HDMI splitter in our chain) is devices can't negotiate HDCP over the extender, so we've had to put a splitter off of the source which will do the negotiation, and then go into the extender. It would be nice if they found a way to do this negotiation within the extender so that another device is not required.

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  • Mark in Australia,
  •  Lane Cove, NSW 
  • 2/27/2014 9:48:52 PM

Pros: Simple to get up and running. Works as advertised. Good finish and appearance.

Cons: A few more feet on the IR cable would be nice. This product would almost always be used to connect an AV hub to remote TVs. That means you need the IR to blast to a number of components. I've had to place this box out in front of the rack to give the IR emitter enough angle to reach all components.

I've had this product installed for a couple of months now and have been very happy with its performance. Set up was a breeze. I won't blame this product for the fabulous fun it is to run cable through walls and attics. I will thank it for only having to run just one. Now I've got HDMI and Ethernet where I want it. My setup is two cable boxes, two BDPs, PS3, x-Box, Apple TV, running HDMI into a receiver with HDMI1 out to a main viewing room and HDMI2 going to a 4x spitter with three of the outputs going to three different TVs - two of them via this tx and a corresponding rx wall plate. That's a decent amount of connections at full HDMI and I was most worried about every step in the chain being happy with the HDCP handshakes. I had a "moment" when that proved true when I started it 1st time, but powering everything down then up again was all it needed and it hasn't missed a beat. I haven't experienced any dropouts or reduced clarity or any other shortfall. I leave it on even when not in use to avoid any HDCP hiccups and it runs warm but not hot so I don't expect time to wear it down. As there's not so much available in Australia yet, I looked fairly wide for this HDBaseT tech and this is good quality at a fair price. (Note: I have given the same review under the rx wall plate as it is part of the same install)

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