HDMI® Active Equalizer Extender Repeater - Extend Up to 100FT
    Product # 2849
    HDMI® Active Equalizer Extender Repeater - Extend Up to 100FT
    Product # 2849
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    HDMI® Active Equalizer Extender Repeater - Extend Up to 100FT

    This HDMI® equalizer is used to extend the effective length of HDMI® cables up to 100ft. It works by using the internal power of the HDMI® bus to enhance and repeat the signal to the display.
    - Extends effective length of HDMI® cables up to 100ft.
    - Uses the power of the HDMI® bus to enhance and repeat the signal.
    - Maximum data length based on gauge of wire.
    - 0 to 50 Meters Over HDMI® Cable, 24 AWG
    - 0 to 36 Meters Over HDMI® Cable, 28 AWG
    - 0 to 30 Meters Over HDMI® Cable, 30 AWG
    - Compatible with HDMI® resolutions: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, and 1080p.
    - Best low cost solution to the extra long cable length problem.
    - Female-Female adapter incorporating the integrated circuit 3815.

    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.

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    103 Reviews

    83.59% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Seems to Have Worked!

    • Mike,
    •  Falmouth, ME 
    • 7/20/2016 5:55:45 AM

    Pros: inexpensive

    I have a receiver as a source which has HDMI out that immediately runs to a 4-way splitter. The 4-way splitter converts the HDMI to CAT6 and I have 4 50' CAT6 runs to 4 different TVs in the house. For 3 of the TVs, everything has worked great for years and I've never had problems. But, for one of the TVs, I had frequent signal loss issues. This TV is a cheap Vizio purchased in a black Friday sale nearly 2 years ago. Anyway, I purchased this repeater in hopes that it would strengthen the signal enough to allow this cheap TV to receive it OK. I've had it in place for about a week now and I haven't experienced a single drop out during that time. So, this inexpensive repeater seems to be great solution and prevented me from having to purchase a better TV to resolve the issue!

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    Does not work as advertised

    • Mecolesr,
    •  Tooele, UT 
    • 4/11/2016 8:42:18 PM

    Tried this with 100 foot of 24 AWG HDMI cable from a blue ray player and a projector. Also from a laptop and the projector. The projector will not sync to either device. The cable is run from the sound booth to the ceiling mount projector and is a 100 foot run. I have ordered a powered amplifier/extender because we need this to work for church services without fail.

    by Monoprice Administrator
    Hello Michael,

    Thank you for your review and sorry to hear of the issues you have experienced with the adapter. If you have not done so already, I recommend getting into contact with our Tech Support department regarding the issue to see if there may be a solution. They would be best reached via live chat (6:00am - 6:00pm PST) or by phone at 877-271-2592 (6:00am - 5:00pm PST).

    Gabby V.
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    sorry -didn't work

    • Steve Benkin,
    •  Durham, NC 
    • 12/1/2015 11:00:24 AM

    Pros: inexpensive, easy to use

    Cons: didn't work.

    it would be great to say this work as designed, but it just didn't make a difference in my setup. I have a 35' HDMI cable and was getting video and audio dropouts. This unit didn't help things at all. I replaced it with a powered repeater/extender and that did the trick. At least in my situation, I needed a powered unit.

    by Monoprice Administrator
    Hello Steve,

    Thank you for your review on PID 2849. I am truly sorry to hear that this repeater didn't work out for your setup. If I may ask, what was the source device you were looking to connect? Are there any additional devices connected in between such as a switch, splitter, wall plate, etc.? What is the length of the other cable in this setup? Also, can we check the orientation of the repeater to make sure that the "source" side of the extender is pointed towards the source (cable box, gaming console, bluray player, etc.) and the "sink" is going towards the display? Please let me know so I can best assist you with this issue. Thank you in advance!

    Gabby V.
    Tech Support Associate

    by Steve Benkin
    the source is a sony blu-ray player, connected to a benq front projector using a 35' monoprice redmere HDMI cable.
    I tried using both ends of the extender, and still got drop outs. Since I now have a working system, I am not included to mess with it anymore.
    Perhaps my unit was defective, perhaps it wasn't strong enough....Sorry - I did try to make it work.

    by Monoprice Administrator
    I see - that cable may be the issue, unfortunately. Since Redmere cables are active and already have a chip built into them to equalize the signal, we do not recommend using any repeaters with them. Redmere cables work best when connected to a source device and display. When using an HDMI repeater with Redmere cables, they usually fail to reliably transmit the video signal because each item is trying to do the same thing. Also, Redmere cables often do not work well when used with any regular couplers or extension cables as they draw power from the display to work and are calibrated for their specific length. My apologies for any trouble this may have caused and I hope this helps.

    Gabby V.
    Tech Support Associate
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    Didn't work for my situation

    • Anonymous,
    •  Portsmouth, NH 
    • 6/17/2015 3:16:21 AM

    Pros: Cheap

    Cons: Didn't help

    I was trying to resolve a HDMI sync issue between my new Denon AV receiver and my Epson projector with a 50 foot HDMI cable but this unit didn't help. My Onkyo receiver had no such issues.

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    Doesn't appear to work

    • Anonymous,
    •  Rising Sun, MD 
    • 6/9/2015 1:18:45 PM

    Pros: Simple

    Cons: Doesn't work

    I plugged this into my home setup and the TV came up blank, saying there was no input. My setup is the Monoprice 4x4 HDMI Matrix into a 50 foot Twisted Veins High Speed HDMI cable (26 AWG, I believe) into the SOURCE connection of the extender/repeater then the SINK into a generic 3 ft HDMI cable into the TV itself. In this setup the TV acts like it is receiving no signal. When I remove the repeater and 3 ft HDMI cable and plug the 50 foot cable directly in, it seems to work fine without it. (The 3 ft cable was previously in use so I know that cable works). The Twisted Veins cable is non-amplified, so this should work, I believe.

    I can see from other comments that Monoprice appears to recommend 24 AWG HDMI cables, but the technical details state 28 AWG should work up to 36 meters (118 feet) so again this should be working. Not sure if my amplifier/extender is just dead on arrival.

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