1x4 HDMI® Amplifier Splitter over CAT5e/CAT6 Complete Solution Kit - Extend Upto 164ft
    Product # 8159
    1x4 HDMI® Amplifier Splitter over CAT5e/CAT6 Complete Solution Kit - Extend Upto 164ft
    Product # 8159
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    1x4 HDMI® Amplifier Splitter over CAT5e/CAT6 Complete Solution Kit - Extend Upto 164ft

    Are you running a trade show and need an easy way to setup multiple HD displays showcasing your product? Do you have a sports bar or recreation center with HDTVs set up everywhere for your customers to watch the big game? Or do you just want to have a TV in every room of your house, so you can do your household chores without missing a moment of your favorite TV show? Enter the Monoprice 1x4 HDMI® Amplifier Splitter!

    This is the perfect solution for when you need to distribute a video signal to multiple displays. It takes a single HDMI input and splits it into four Ethernet signals, which are then transmitted over a single Cat5e/6 cable each to a distance of up to 50 meters (164 feet). The receiver unit at the end then converts the signal back to HDMI for use by the display.

    This kit comes with everything you need, except the actual cables themselves. You get the 1x4 Amplifier Splitter, four Receiver units, and five AC adapters, one for the amplifier and the other four for the receivers. You also get mounting brackets and screws for each receiver, so you can fix them to a wall or other surface.

    Features:

    • Easy to install - just plug it in and start using it right away!
    • Extends High Speed 1080p HDMI signals up to 50 meters (164 feet)
    • Uses just a single Cat5e/6 cable for each display
    • Supports 165 MHz/1.65 Gbps per channel (4.95 Gbps all channel) bandwidth
    • Supports 8-bit per channel (24-bit all channel) deep color
    • Supports uncompressed audio such as LPCM
    • Gold-plated HDMI connectors
    • CE, FCC, UL (Canadian and US), and RoHS compliant

    Note: Monoprice strongly recommends the use of minimum 24 AWG HDMI cables when connecting a device, such as this splitter, between the source and destination devices to ensure minimal signal loss and maximum High Speed signal reliability.



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    Specifications
    Input DDC Signal 5 volts p-p (TTL)
    Maximum Resolution 1920x1080p
    Video Amplifier Bandwidth 165 MHz / 1.65 Gbps
    Vertical Frequency Range 50/60 Hz
    Supported Resolutions 480i (SD), 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
    1080p Transmission Distance using Cat6 50 meters (164 feet)
    Amplifier External Power Supply 5 VDC, 3A
    Receiver External Power Supplies 5 VDC, 2A
    Amplifier Power Consumption 15W
    Receiver Power Consumption 5W
    Operating Temperature Range 0°C to +70°C
    Operating Humidity Range 10% to 85% RH (no condensation)
    Storage Temperature Range -10°C to +80°C
    Storage Humidity Range 5% to 90% RH (no condensation)
    Amplifier Dimensions 10 21/32" wide wide, 7 7/16" deep, 1 7/8" high
    Receiver Dimensions 3 15/16" wide, 2 19/32" deep, 15/16" high
    Amplifier Weight 1300 gm
    Amplifier Weight 385 gm
    Regulatory Compliance FCC, CE, RoHS, UL


    Included in the Box:

    • 1x HDMI® Amplifier Splitter unit (1x4)
    • 4x Receiver units
    • 1x 3A AC adapter with 44" cord
    • 4x 2A AC adapters with 44" cord
    • 8x Mounting brackets
    • 16x Mounting screws
    • 1x 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.

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    Can I use the splitter to create a video wall?
    A shopper on Jan 3, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: If you want the same image on all of your TVs, then yes. This splitter repeats the same input signal across all outputs. If you want multiple input/output configurations, you will want to purchase an HDMI matrix splitter.
    I currently have an installation with converters installed at each TV. If I purchase one of these, will it be compatible with the existing Cat5- HDMI converters on the TV end?
    A shopper on Jan 18, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It should be compatible but I would double check to make sure your existing wire is cat5e not just cat5. I've used 4 of these setups and they work great.
    Hi we run 220' HDMI cable from DVR to TV with tree splitter adapters and no signal
    Some one can help in this trouble shooting ?
    Thanks
    A shopper on Dec 14, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: You should run 220' of Cat6 cable instead of HDMI cable. You need the 1 x 4 splitter/adapter that is featured in this review.
    Is this an hdbaset transmitter?
    Michael S on Nov 30, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: No. This just transmits the HDMI signal over twisted pair, AKA, CAT 6.
    4.2 / 5.0
    67 Reviews
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    Works well but quality problems
    We installed this for a church and are running 3 TVs at 1080P - each at a distance of about 100 ft, The picture quality is generally very good although I have seem some artifact on one of the TVs. We are using solid copper CAT6 cabling for the installation.

    As mentioned above, there a couple of concerns. After a few months of (flawless) operation, we began noticing that the screens would occasionally go blank. Since we had just switched computers, the first thought was that it was the screen saver on the computer. Adjustments were made, but the next week the same thing happened even sooner. Second thought was that the transmitter was cutting out because of heat - it does run pretty hot, and as someone who makes a living as an EE, I can tell you that heat is the enemy of reliability in electronics. Then we noticed that just moving the transmitter would cause it to work/not work. The transmitter was removed and taken apart (what can I say) and found to have a very loose power connector - just tilting the transmitter caused the connector to wiggle. Upon further examination, a solder joint for the power input on the connector was broken, and appeared as though it had never been properly soldered (quality issue). After repairing the solder on the connector and pointing a small fan at the transmitter, the unit again works flawlessly and runs nice and cool.



    It appears from other reviews that there are some heat related failures - units where 1, 2, or 3 of the ports quit working. Bottom line, I would buy again, but with the requirement that there has to be some air flow over the transmitter.



    PROS: Good quality picture to 4 TVs

    Simple installation

    CONS: Transmitter runs pretty hot

    Quality issues
    November 20, 2015
    Love it
    Works like a dream. Delivering HD video and sound to multiple TVs.
    Connected to (2) 70", (1) 32", and (1) 26" HD widescreen TVs. Input is either a laptop or DVD player. Running 100' cat6 cable and 24AWG High SPD HDMI cables. Picture and sound is perfect!

    PROS: Easy to set up. PnP. Running the cables was the hardest part of it.

    CONS: None that I run into.
    February 29, 2012
    Works great, even over Cat5e!!!
    I am running the signal from a DirecTV HD receiver to two 20" TVs. One TV is about 20 feet from the splitter, the other is about 50 feet. Both runs are on Cat5e cable. The picture looks fine on both TVs. The only problem that I had was that I was using really short HDMI cables. I chatted with tech support and they recommended switching out the short cables for longer ones. I switched the cables out and works perfectly.

    PROS: Great picture
    Easy set up

    CONS: Needed some troubleshooting, but tech support got me to the solution pretty quickly.
    September 14, 2012
    Works Great!
    I bought this device - system really, to distribute the output from my HTPC to 4 TV's scattered throughout my home. I use Monoprice PID : 5369 to convert DVI and toslink (optical) audio from the HTPC to the combined HDMI signal used by this device. The system works great using hardwired CAT6 jacks and cables making for a clean look behind the TVs.

    PROS: Easy to set up - Plug and Play
    Works with existing in-wall CAT6 wiring
    Works with cable boxes, DVRs, Home Theater PCs, ANY HDMI signal I was able to throw at it.

    CONS: Power must be supplied to the small converter box at each TV, with a wall wort.
    April 3, 2012
    5/5
    I had been using a wireless hdmi transmitter for some time, it was flakey losing signal and degraded quality the longer it stayed on. Wife was very annoyed by the displays blanking out as the HDMI handshaking took place, This switchbox solved all that, I only had to run cat 6 cable between the 2 displays. It's next to my dish network set top and main TV which is why I wish it just had and HDMI passthrough. But I took the small run of cat 6 route as another reviewer did for the closer display. If you're anal retentive about cables this may be an issue. Also when I tried using a 3 ft HDMI cable on the reciever for the 2nd display at the end of a 75 ft run of Cat 6, It did not work, having seen the previous reviewers solution of using a longer cable I tried that and it work. Once again, not ideal for clean cable installation, but it works. Bottom line, it gives me more reliable performance and better ease of use now that it's all set up. I highly recommend!

    PROS: Passes HDMI control commands
    Small interface box at the display end, much better than the wireless hdmi solution I was using.
    No flicker when turning on and off displays

    CONS: No HDMI out (not a huge issue)
    Doesn't like small hdmi cables on the receiver end for some reason
    October 26, 2012
    5/5
    Using this in a warehouse environment to distribute video to multiple tvs. Three of the Four tvs are well over 100 feet from the rack running on cat6 cable and monoprice HDMI cables on both ends. Have used multiple video sources and it has displayed them all, including audio. Just for fun I hooked up a couple HDMI splitters in front of this unit to see if it would have any problems using a weaker signal. There was no change in it's output. So far everything is working well.

    PROS: Solid solution for distribution, inexpensive, handles both audio and video.
    September 15, 2014
    Neat product but not as reliable as hoped
    I have had this product for just over two years. It does exactly as promised and was perfect for what I needed. Feature-wise I love it.



    However after about one year, one of the four ports quit working. Now, just over two years old, a second port has quit, effectively making it useless for my purpose. For the cost, I was hoping it would last longer, and I am weary about purchasing a replacement if they are not built to last - I cannot afford to buy a new one every couple years.
    August 8, 2014
    5/5
    Great Product! we are extending HDMI over 100 ft to three Sharp Flat screens and the display quality is great.

    PROS: Great Product! we are extending HDMI over 100 ft to three Sharp Flat screens and the display quality is great.
    Works Like a Charm
    We purchased this 4x splitter for our church to run three projectors, two at about 60 feet away from the control room and a third one about 150 feet away. I was worried about this splitter because it seems to be new technology and I wasn't sure it would work. We haven't installed the third projector yet, but the first two work beautifully. Worked the first time we plugged everything in and turned it on. No setup, no fuss, it just worked. The only drawback was having to set up extra electrical outlets for the adapters, but since we had to run new electrical wires for the projectors, it was really no problem. We've had the system working now for about 4 months and we've had no problems with the splitter at all. When the time comes to install the projector in the fellowship hall, it will just be a matter of running a single wire and connecting. I recommend this splitter.

    PROS: HDMI up to 164 feet.
    Simple to use.

    CONS: Extra equipment to set up.
    September 24, 2013
    No working...
    5/5

    PROS: nothing good to say

    CONS: I hooked up to Cat5 inches away to test - the warm up screen on my SAMSUNG Blu-ray appears, then goes dark. This also happened exactly with my DirecTv and my D-Link Boxee unit with HDMI output. The existing wires in my home that once supported a Cat5 component system manufactured by Audio Authority - 9861 which is now discontinued should be no problem being it supported and worked fine for over 5 years. Most likely will have to send this back for a refund and find another solution to distribute over Cat5
    November 3, 2012

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