HDBaseT™ Wall Plate Extender Kit
    Product # 10224
    HDBaseT™ Wall Plate Extender Kit
    Product # 10224
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    HDBaseT™ Wall Plate Extender Kit

    Monoprice is a proud member of the HDBaseT Alliance

     

    Extend your HDMI® audio/video signal to distances up to 328 feet using a single Cat6 cable with this HDBaseT™ Wall Plate Extender from Monoprice!

    This Wall Plate Extender uses a new technology, which 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 extender 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.

    Additionally, the extender is capable of transmitting a full-duplex 100Mbps local area network connection alongside the HDMI and IR signals. Each wall plate has two RJ45 LAN jacks. As long as one of the four jacks is connected to the network, the other three will propagate the network connection. 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 this extender 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.

    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)

    Included in the Package:

    • 1x HDMI extender transmitter wall plate (Tx)
    • 1x HDMI extender receiver wall plate (Rx)
    • 2x AC adapter (5VDC/2A)
    • 1x IR transmitter bulb
    • 1x IR receiver bulb
    • 1x User's manual
    3.4 / 5.0
    10 Reviews
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    Awesome when working
    PID 10224 - I have discovered that the receiver unit of this product contains some defect which after a period of time of constant active AC, the receiver unit damages the AC transformer that powers it. The transformer requires replacement which immediately solves the problem. I had originally thought the receiver was defective (hence a previous return order), but have since discovered it's the transformer that becomes defective. It only occurs with the receiver unit and I have replaced the AC transformer 4 times. Once replaced the system functions perfect, but then a few months later the transformer stops transmitting power properly and causes the HDBaseT system to stop functioning again. I have not had any problem with the transmitter or its AC transformer. I just relayed this information to Monoprice, so hopefully they can look into this problem.

    PROS: Works great when working.

    CONS: AC transformer requires replacement every so many months due to some defect in the receiver unit damaging the transformer.
    September 21, 2016
    READ THIS REVIEW BEFORE YOU BUY
    If you're looking for an HDBaseT solution, Look Elsewhere!!

    I bought these things back in November for a media room remodel. Unfortunately, there were delays in my remodel and I was outside my return period by the time I installed these things. Because it's a new remodel, I installed new solid core 24g shielded Cat6 cable (so the cable is not a problem). The connection runs from an entertainment cabinet to an overhead projector. The total length of the in-wall cable is about 35 feet.

    The first set arrived with a DOA receiver plate- it didn't power on. Monoprice was good about that part, and issued an RMA for the receiver. The new receiver unit powered on normally, and showed "Link" with the transmitter.

    Here's where things get weird. If I connect my Playstation4 directly to the Transmitter, an HDCP link is made and the video projector displays normally. If I connect my playstation to one of the inputs of my AV receiver, and then connect my AV receiver "out" to the Transmitter wall plate, NO VIDEO is shown! This is because it's not receiving the HDCP "handshake". I'll explain more about that later.

    I tried everything imaginable to fix it- different power cycling options, such as starting with my projector then powering up everything sequentially ending with the receiver. I even connected the units directly with a Cat6 patch cable, bypassing my in-wall wiring, just in case my wiring was bad. I read about "HDMI voltage injectors", and actually ordered one. I tried an HDMI splitter (didn't accomplish the task). In an act of pure desperation, I went out and Bought Two Different Receivers- one Denon x1100 and one Yamaha Aventage 2040- and Neither Unit Worked any better than my old Sony unit. I spent a long time chatting with Technical Service- the "short story" is that they told me that these units "are not designed to be used with a Receiver". They neglected to put this information in ANY of the literature of the device!! This shold be in BOLD FACE all over the product description: THIS UNIT IS NOT HDCP COMPLIANT, AND WILL NOT WORK WITH AN A/V RECEIVER. IT WILL ONLY WORK WITH A DIRECT SOURCE, - SUCH AS A DVR OR PLAYSTATION PLUGGED IN DIRECTLY TO THE HDMI PORT. There ya go, Monoprice, I've said it for you, and have probably saved you thousands of hours of technical support manpower for people like me. If you'd be so kind as to return the favor and take a return on these POS non-functional HDBaseT units, I'd really appreciate it.

    Last night I went to my local electronics store, we'll call it "Fried Electonics" for the sake of not endorsing the competition, and purchased a set of HDBaseT Baluns for around 300$ (the units are capable of 4k and 3D too, FWIW). I removed the monoprice POS pseudo-HDBaseT units and plugged in the baluns. Immediately, I had a functioning full-definition video signal across EVERY DEVICE I TESTED. Every AV receiver I tested worked FLAWLESSLY with my projector (remember, I've got 3 of them now for testing purposes), and I actually watched a movie streaming from Netflix to my PS4 which was plugged into my old Sony AV Receiver. Not only did they work perfectly, but there was no delay in connection, no "handshake issues", no need to power cycle in some cryptic sequence, NO BS at all- just immediate gratification. This leaves ONE AND ONLY ONE conclusion that can be drawn: These HDBaseT receivers sold by Monoprice are pieces of garbage, and the way they are described is nothing short of false advertising, or at least misleading marketing.



    That concludes my review of these things, but here's the technical breakdown of things I've learned over the past month of trying to get these things to work. This is my (lay-person) understanding of what I've learned, and hopefully it will help someone in a similar situation. Basically, Hollywood has mandated that all HDMI "stuff" transmit HDMI Copy Protection ("HDCP") information at a hardware level. To accomplish this task, each authorized device has a special "entryption key". When you connect two HDMI devices (like a Playstation to a TV), each HDMI unit must exchange "security keys" with the other in a verification process. This is referred to as a "handshake". This is done in an effort to prevent digital source material from being "copied" in the stream between the source and display. If the handshake fails, or if one of the units doesn't have HDCP compatibility, then NO video will be displayed or trasmitted across the connection. OK, simple enough, right? For a direct connection, it works as described, but if you have multiple devices "in-line", like a PS connected to an AV Receiver which is then connected to a display, things get a little more complicated. Each device has it's own security key that MUST be acounted for. Therefore, each "downstream" decive needs to "regenerate" the security key of the upstream device, as well as sending it's own security key. When devices say they are "HDCP Compliant", they are referring to this ability to propagate security keys and verify them from connected devices. These Monoprice units are NOT capable of "propagating" HDCP signals if there is anything more than ONE source plugged in. To put it another way, they don't send more than one set of HDCP keys. While Monoprice can "technically" say the units are HDCP compliant becuase they can trasnmit one set of keys, from a users point-of-view they are Certainly NOT HDCP Compliant. HDCP Compliant suggests that you can use the product with the rest of you HDCP Compliant equipment. As I said above, this is nothing short of False Advertising in my opinion, or "misleading statements" at best.



    Monoprice, I'm 4 months out from my purchase. I'd really appreciate it if you'd do two things: 1) refund my money or accept a return outside the normal return policy conditions and 2) please STOP marketing these things the way you do. Get a review board to look at the verbiage on your ads, and in the product literature, and you'll see that there is NO mention ANYWHERE that these are "not designed to work with a receiver".

    PROS: Fast Shipping

    CONS: Units do not work with anything but primary source, read below

    DOA unit,, poor quality control

    NOT HDCP COMPLIANT, READ BELOW- THIS IS IMPORTANT

    Installlation difficult due to layout of back panel
    March 20, 2015
    Excellent product, worth the (high) price.
    We built a house and installed multiple Cat6 in every room, leading to a patch panel in basement. The idea is to use HDbaseT to distribute content from any room to any other room or multiple rooms. I bought this kit as a proof-of-concept. Currently on the patch panel I manually connected the source Cat6 (media closet in home theatre) to the destination (living room) - using a 1ft monoprice Cat6 patch cable of course - so we are running through three daisy-chained Cat6 cables, total maybe 100 feet. I get perfect connection and perfect picture for XBox360, WDTV media player, Yamaha RX-V773 Receiver or any one of three Windows PCs I use for games and work. The system won't work if the input is our Verizon cable box (CHS 435HDC) it just gives a pale blue screen. I have read about this problem with other HDbaseT extenders and I suspect Verizon/Cisco went out of their way to hobble the cable box and prevent redistribution. I don't think the Cisco box plays nice with any direct connection to the Valens HDbaseT chipset. The solution is to just add an extra active HDMI box which talks to the cable box and negotiates HDCP locally before passing to signal to the extender. I can use either my Yamaha receiver or (simpler) I just bought a Monoprice 2x1 Mini HDMI splitter, (PID 8204 on this site).



    If you're planning to use this for an XBox360 or any other device with a non-IR controller, make sure you have the range available for the controller itself. For XBox you could use a "play & charge USB cable" with a USB-over Cat5/6 extender but it will require another cable in your wall. Only IR controllers can be transparently forwarded through this extender. So I wish this had USB built-in.



    You could buy a lot of HDMI cables for the price of this extender (mid-2014 anyway). But to reduce everything down to a single Cat6 makes it worth it in terms of simplicity, and IT ACTUALLY WORKS. This is a really great product.

    PROS: Does exactly what it says on the box.

    Operates cool & quiet.

    HDMI and IR pass through perfectly in all my tests.

    Has 3.5mm jacks for IR extenders and can be wired directly.

    Looks nice and has some reassuring green LEDs.

    CONS: Doesn't direct-connect with Verizon (Cisco) CHS 435HDC cable box, but this is not a criticism of the monoprice product.

    Doesn't seem to be bi-directional like an actual HDMI cable I would have preferred that each of these plates be configurable as Rx/Tx which makes future expansion easier, especially if you buy this and then later buy a matrix switch it would let you use both plates as receivers. This only matters because the hardware is so expensive.

    Does not provide USB yet (I know! I know! It is in HDbaseT 2.0). Again not a criticism of this product specifically but just of HDbaseT 1.x.
    July 17, 2014
    Perfect the first time
    I wanted to hide my media equipment in a closet and run Cat6 to the bedroom to drive a TV mounted on the wall. Used the following products to do it:



    Samsung cable box

    Xbox 360

    Chromecast



    All feed into- PID 4088 - 4xHDMI switch - HDBaseT transmitter - 75 ft Cat6 STP 24 AWG (5906) - HDBaseT receiver - LG TV



    Everything has worked exactly as expected the first time, which was nice given some of the reviews below about compatibility issues. My only complaint is that the IR blaster is PID 8059, which is a block with a diode rather than the stick-on type. That's OK for the normal usage (IR receiver with TV, blaster runs all the devices in a closet/cabinet), but it's bad for the reverse usage. In my situation, I have a Logitech Harmony Smart Control with the hub in the closet. I just need a single, small blaster to stick onto the TV sensor. I'm still looking for it.



    While it still seems a bit pricey, it certainly did the job well and I'd purchase again.
    August 11, 2015
    Great for the price!
    For the price, you can't beat this unit.



    I did have issues when connecting this through a Receiver that takes in multiple HDMI inputs and puts out one output. When the devices are all shut off (besides the HDBaseT wall plate), and then turned back on, the HDBaseT Extender (Transmission side) has an issue with HDCP handshaking and wont send signal to the HDBaseT Receiver end. This forces you to pull power on the Extender and reconnect it. This obviously isn't a workable solution, but there is a way to make this work. If your Receiver has a power outlet on the back (Such as my Denon, which has two), you can connect the Extender to the outlet, this way when you turn the receiver on/off, it'll cycle power on the HDBaseT extender, preventing any issues with handshaking. Since the Receiver will always be turned on or off when using any of your other devices, this works great! Also, if you have it all powered on and are switching between devices it works perfect, too (didn't have any issues with it from the start).



    Now, as far as what cable you should use, MonoPrice (and I) suggest the following:



    CAT6 STP (You want shielded, not UTP) - MonoPrice Product 5907

    24AWG CL2 High Speed HDMI Cable w/ Net Jacket - MonoPrice Product 3661

    PROS: Works great at sending HD signal long distance (Using mine at 100')

    Includes IR in transmission (Invaluable if you're using RF only remote and need IR back to your TV)

    Wall Plate fits nicely behind TV

    Price is cheaper than any other out there

    CONS: Can have issues with HDCP handshaking

    Didn't come with screws for Wall Plate (picked up chrome screws at Lowe's for less than $2

    February 15, 2015
    A+++
    I finally have 1080p in my media room. I've used the other cat5== HDMI connectors on tho site but was unable to get 1080p. This worked over a single cat5e- no issues. A little pricey but well worth it. I've ordered from mono price for years and this is my first review. Well worth it.

    PROS: Works, I get 1080p

    CONS: The only issue on this was the spot where you connect the cat5/6 cable It is on the side, when you put this wall plate into a double box the cable gets in the way so you have to bend it and squeeze it into the box. Still made it work but having it connect into the back would have been better design.
    March 28, 2014
    2-Gang - 10224 HDBaseT Wall plate extender Kits
    I bought 3 of the 10224 HDBaseT Wall plate extender Kits, needed 8. Would buy more when the network connection is changed to point downward so that it becomes easier installation. This improvement is a must and being from electronics background, can say it is very easy improvement.

    PROS: It works, only issue would be that the emitter needs to transmit signal around 25% stronger to ensure that it works under the stairs where there is elevator equipment too.

    CONS: Biggest issue is that it has the network connection on the left side of the plate, it does not fit into 2-gang if the 2-gang mount is right against the stud, it requires at least one inch clearance from the stud. If this network connection could be rotated 90 degrees, where it is pointing downward, it would fit into 2-gang mounting without any issue.
    November 18, 2014
    Item I purchased was suppose to be NEW, but was previously installed
    Purchased this Wall Plate extender for the completion of my Home Theater network.
    Item came in the box with all of the packaging and instructions, but upon further investigation. I noticed many scratches around the mounting holes on both plates. I requested an exchange but I would have to send the old one back. I already have it installed and do not want to remove it from my system. Monoprice did NOTHING to help me

    PROS: Unit works perfectly. Receive amazing images to my home projector.

    CONS: Cat 6 cable install in the side of the unit, not straight and direct on the back as it should.
    You must cut away part of your mounting box to get the cable to come out the side.
    Very poor design in the layout of this product
    Will probably never buy from Monoprice again.
    February 6, 2016
    Does Not Transmit HD signal
    Ordered three of these months ago to plan for my A/V setup in my NEW CONSTRUCTION home. Ran two (2) Cat6 cables and regular coax to each TV I was planning these extenders for...a total of three locations. Skipped running an HDMI cable because that's what these are meant to replace - BIG MISTAKE. First one of three died within 24 hours. No link is made and "mode" light is no longer on, meaning the device is inactive. Switched it out with a second of three kits I purchased and link was made...hooray! EXCEPT, as Diego pointed out below...no signal is transmitted...even DIRECTLY from my DVR to the extender receiver. Was going to try it through my receiver before writing this post, but then noticed Diego's review below...won't wasted my time. I, like him, am out of my return period because I just finished the build and purchased these months ago, only to find out they don't actually perform as advertised. Really bummed and disappointed.



    Monoprice - make this right, please!

    CONS: Expensive. Cat6 connection is on side.
    July 17, 2015
    Response from Monoprice
    Hello,

    Thank you for your review and truly sorry to hear about the issues you have encountered with PID 10224. To get a better understanding of your setup, can you describe your setup including all devices and cables in use? Have you tried switching out the cables to see if anything changes? What is the length and gauge of the HDMI cables in use? Please let me know so that I may further assist you. Thanks in advance!

    Gisselle B.
    Tech Support
    November 18, 2016
    Monoprice Administrator M
    Unreliable
    Had 6 of these installed on a new construction build. Have had nothing but problems since. I've been constantly replacing dead units since install and am now past my warranty period and 2 of the 6 have died again. When working, the IR repeater is either too weak or has some other issue because I eventually had to duct tape the IR directly onto the receiver to get it to respond. Even then one didn't respond and then the unit eventually died (no power). Its sort of a crap shoot wtih these and they are great when they work but even if they do work, they won't work for long

    PROS: Great solution for the short time they work

    CONS: Unreliable. You will be looking for a replacement in a short matter of time. Hopefully within your warranty period
    March 4, 2016
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