HDBaseT™ Wall Plate Receiver w/ Bidirectional IR Repeater - 100m (328ft)
    Product # 10228
    HDBaseT™ Wall Plate Receiver w/ Bidirectional IR Repeater - 100m (328ft)
    Product # 10228
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    HDBaseT™ Wall Plate Receiver w/ Bidirectional IR Repeater - 100m (328ft)

    Monoprice is a proud member of the HDBaseT Alliance

     

    Add another receiver to your HDBaseT™ installation with this HDBaseT Wall Receiver from Monoprice!

    This HDBaseT Receiver is designed to convert an HDBaseT signal sent from an HDBaseT transmitter over Cat6 cable into an HDMI® signal for use with an HDTV. It allows for a full bandwidth 10.2Gbps data throughput, which 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 Wall Receiver includes support for bidirectional Infrared (IR) Remote Control repeating. Additionally, it has two RJ45 LAN jacks for extending your local area network coverage. As long as the network is connected to the RJ45 jacks on the HDBaseT transmitting device or on this receiver, the network connection will be propagated throughout the HDBaseT system.

    Features:

    • Extends HDMI signals up to 328 feet (100 meters) using a single Cat6 cable
    • Extends 100Base-TX network connectivity along with the HDMI video
    • Can be daisy chained up to six units deep
    • Built-in bidirectional IR repeater
    • Supports all High Speed HDMI functions, including 3D video

    This HDBaseT device is fully compatible with these other HDBaseT extender products from Monoprice:

    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.



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    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.

    Specifications
    Supported Video High Speed HDMI with HDCP 1.2
    Supported Resolutions 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i
    Color Support up to 12-bit/channel Deep Color (36-bit total)
    Audio Support LPCM, Dolby AC3, DTS 7.1, DSD
    Bandwidth/Data Throughput up to 10.2Gbps
    Operating Temperature Range +5 ~ +131°F (-15 ~ +55°C)
    Operating Humidity Range 5 ~ 90% RH (no condensation)

    5 Reviews

    66% of the reviewers recommend this product

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    Handshake issues, unreliable

    • Anonymous,
    •  London, ON 
    • 1/8/2016 12:49:10 PM

    Pros: Potential to work over long cable runs

    Cons: Poor reliability. Need for separate power source. Complicated troubleshooting, especially for a cable that may by hidden and poorly accessible.

    I bought the wall plate receiver and regular extender for an 80 foot run. The system was going to be hidden and poorly accessible when fully installed. During my initial testing everything worked fine, but after I ran the cable, I couldn't get the signal to work. Shorter cables didn't work. Direct connection without using a receiver didn't work. Different combinations of the order of connection hook up and power-on didn't consistently work. Monoprice eventually suggested a very specific order of hooking up the Cat6/power cords and powering on each system. I had already given up as I subsequently had read many reviews (not on the monoprice website) that complained of major issues when using these HDBaseT with receivers, Even if I could have gotten it to work, I would have been worried about the system crashing and requiring a complicated 'reboot'. I don't feel anyone should have to worry about cables crashing... In the end I bought an 80 foot one-way HDMI cable which works well for 1080p. Might need to upgrade for 4K but won't be using this system.. Would consider an optical cable in the future, but given the outrageous, non-refundable duties and brokerage fees of shipping from monoprice to Canada, won't be using monoprice.

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    Flawed, but still works

    • djearl81,
    •  St. LOUIS, MO 
    • 4/17/2015 6:37:49 AM

    Pros: Passes a 1080i signal consistently where 75' HDMI cable (PID 6062 with booster) would not.
    Not dropouts from Yamaha RX-V675 with BluRay, Xbox360, Wii (upconverted by receiver), and Uverse (Motorola).

    Cons: Cat 6a output on side doesn't fit into a standard 2 gang low voltage box. You'll need to buy a 3 gang box and add a blank or notch out the side of the box.

    Purchased this receiver to go with free standing extender (PID 10680). Connected via 100' STP cat6A (PID 5907). Watched the entire hockey game last night on the projector with no dropouts or signal loss issues at 1080i. (Used to get frequent dropouts with the 75' HDMI cable at 1080i.) The port for the catx cable on the side really is a pain. It causes the whole unit to shift to one side and then the screw holes don't line up in the box even if you can get it to fit. So, your only real option is to notch the side of the box or go with a different solution. Since The functionality is important to me, I'm going to make another hole in the wall a few inches over so we don't have to modify the floor joist....which means a drywall patch. Your install may be different, but you shoudl plan ahead if at all possible if you're going to use this unit.

    Other reviewers have said that the power supply goes bad after a few months. I can't comment on that since I received the unit yesterday. However, I will say that the USB chargers and other power supply items I've purchased from monoprice have been sub par. (TV mounts, cables, and even guitar have been great.) Apparently you can buy a replacement power supply from amazon that is better quality.

    This receiver works in my setup, long term results pending.
    Yamaha RX-V675 with BluRay, Xbox360, Wii (upconverted by receiver), and Uverse (Motorola)
    Receiver HDMI out to a powered HDMI splitter (over High Speed HDMI cable)
    standard speed HDMI cable from splitter output to TV
    HDMI High speed cable from powered splitter to HdbaseT extender (PID 10680)
    100' 24AWG cat 6A STP to this HDBaseT receiver
    4' high speed HDMI cable to BenQ 1070.

    There is a slight blackout if I turn the TV or projector on/off while watching the other unit. Assuming this has to do with renegotiating the handshake. Signal did return in a few seconds with each test as expected.

    Good luck, we are all in this together.

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    • hr,
    •  San Mateo, CA 
    • 10/19/2014 8:18:31 PM

    Pros: * Reasonable price
    * Ethernet ports for other devices
    * Status LEDs

    Cons: * External power required
    * Silver color
    * Size
    * Only 100 Mbits

    My biggest complaint about this BaseT receiver is the fact that you need to supply 5V through a 5V power supply (included). I bought this for having the cleanest possible installation and having to supply power from the front does not help with that goal. I also wish that it provides 1Gbit (for other connected devices), comes in white rather than silver and occupied only 1 gang instead of 2 (though I see that this might be hard to do without overheating). Having said all that, I am still happy with the device so far.

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    Working with Blu-Ray 3D

    • Dobos,
    •  Hesperus, CO 
    • 5/27/2014 11:41:02 AM

    Pros: Works for Avatar 3D Blu-Ray

    Cons: Wall plate did not come with the screws to attach to mounting box, which I found strange, but when I checked with Monoprice they verified it doesn't come with screws. I had to buy these screws on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00368CEZ2/ref=oh_details_o06_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1. If you don't have screws it still works because it fits pretty snugly into the box, but I'm subtracting one star anyway.

    I bought this with 10680 the HD BaseT Extender box. I put the Extender box in my audio/video rack and put this wall plate in a double gang box up near a projector. I was trying to get Avatar 3d Blu-Ray to play in 3d on my Panasonic AE8000U projector. My previous extender was a $70 JTech setup I bought on Amazon, which used two cat6 cables and worked OK for 2D but wouldn't work with 3D. The message kept saying "no 3D display detected." These Monoprice HDBaseT devices did the trick, now I can watch 3D, and on only one cat6 cable. Don't know yet how long they will last but so far so good!

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    • Mark in Australia,
    •  Lane Cove, NSW 
    • 2/27/2014 9:48:37 PM

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

    Cons: Can't fault this end of the pair. The IR cable length issue at the tx end isn't a problem here.

    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 rx and a corresponding tx box. 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 tx box as it is part of the same install)

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