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


    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.

    169 Reviews

    77.57% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Inside cable to box to outside TV

    • Russ,
    •  Lindenhurst, NY 
    • 9/16/2016 6:04:22 PM

    Pros: Small size, throws a good clean signal a long way, plug and play no set up necessary

    Cons: Requires two CAT5 lines, no mounting hardware included

    Great product!! I set up an outside TV on my covered deck and wanted to watch live TV out there. From my cable box I run my inside TV with component cable and used the HDMI line for the outside TV. The inside and outside TVs mirror each other. I used a 4' HDMI from the box to the sending unit. The sender requires two CAT5 lines (marked 1 and 2) to transmit the signal to the receiver. The receiver requires its own power and must be plugged in with the included power adapter. I have a 6' HDMI cable that leads from the receiver unit to the TV. My CAT5 run is approx. 70' with a splice about 20' from the sender and the picture is great. Great product for the money, I've only had it a couple weeks but couldn't be happier with the results for the cost. This was definitely one of the most cost effective ways to run a line without drilling huge holes for the HDMI terminal ends. Would definitely buy again and would recommend to anyone looking to run an HDMI signal a long way.

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    HDXT-E60 HDMI Extender

    • James Kobs,
    •  Edgewood, NM 
    • 9/3/2016 12:04:12 PM

    Pros: This unit seems to be a good solution for delivering HDMI long distances.

    Cons: It just didn't solve my problem, but I'm suspicious that the fault lies elsewhere.

    This unit failed to solve my problem. I needed to get the HDMI signal from my Dish Hopper to my PC's Hauppauge Colossus 2 video capture card. The distance is only 25 feet. I used 25-foot CAT6 cables between the HDXT-E60 "sender" and "receiver", but I was not able to detect the HDMI signal with my Hauppauge Colossus 2. I'm thinking that the problem was NOT with the HDXT-E60 setup, but was rather with my Hauppauge Colossus 2. I do know that if I move the PC to within a few feet of the Hopper, I CAN get HDMI to the PC with a short HDMI cable. So the failure is still a puzzler.

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    Best for the Buck!

    • Anonymous,
    •  Coweta, OK 
    • 8/2/2016 4:31:03 PM

    Pros: Great for the price!

    Cons: None

    Works as expected. Not always easy to say about components in this price\performance category. Very happy. 120ft run with HDMI 4.1 split to 2x- 75" 1080p HDCP TV's. Worked on first hookup...with CAT5e !

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    Good option when you have the ports

    • Fred Maidment,
    •  Winder, GA 
    • 7/25/2016 1:05:03 PM

    Pros: Works well, not expensive

    Cons: Requires two Cat5e/Cat6 cables, and 2 ports at each end if it's going through the walls

    Luckily, I designed the cabling for room this was placed into, so I knew to have two ports available. That's the primary shortfall of the unit: That it must use 2 RJ-45 cables. Fortunately cable is inexpensive, but if you're wanting to hide the connection you have to to build enough ports into the room, which may not always be an option. Adding more ports can be expensive and/or time-consuming. But I can't complain about how well it works. It's exactly what I needed.

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    Worked as described, great picture and sound

    • Anonymous,
    •  MALVERN, PA 
    • 7/13/2016 7:14:59 PM

    Pros: Makes long runs from HDMI where HDMI could not normally run. Also can be used to go through small conduits that the HDMI cable head won't fit, even if for a short distance. Customer service is polite and responsive.

    Cons: Be careful what time you order. I paid for overnight delivery and got it in two days, since I missed the dead line for shipment in the same day. Might be safer to order through Amazon. But sometimes it's on sale here and not in Amazon.

    Worked perfectly. The first one that failed, ended up being the cat6 wires inside the floor/wall that were damaged. Upon replacing those wires, it worked perfectly. This was my second installation of this one. The first was in my previous house and it worked perfectly there too. I recommend this and the company stands behind it.

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