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    Monoprice Premium Metallic HDMI Active Equalizer Extender Repeater, Extend Up to 131FT
    Product # 7700
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    where is the power supply for this product? I don't see it on your site.
    A shopper on Jun 22, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: We do not carry the power supply for this device.
    what are the holes above the hdmi in/out for ?
    A shopper on Mar 5, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I looked at the ones we have and that hole appears to be for mounting purposes.
    4.0 / 5.0
    32 Reviews
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    Misleading Title in my opinion
    When you put "Active" in a title, to means it comes with it's own power supply. Trying to draw power off an HDMI's 5 volt line is asking for trouble!! HDMI is already so buggy, why not add a few bucks to the purchase price and provide a 5 volt adapter??

    Furthermore, this "optional" accessory isn't even available on Monoprice according to customer service. If youre going to to have an optional item, at least stock it so it can be ordered.

    PROS: Cheap

    CONS: Not really "Active" - no 5 volt power supply.
    September 17, 2014
    Was having trouble with getting a good signal from a samsung dvd player over a 75ft. hdmi run (purhcased from Monoprice). Picture would cut in and out. Had to wait a bit for this unit as it was out of stock for a while but once it was delievered it worked perfectly. Have been using for several months now and the picture hasn't dropped out once. Would definitely recommend trying this if you are having issues with signal degredation over a long hdmi run. Great service as always from monoprice.

    PROS: Worked perfectly

    CONS: was out of stock for several months
    May 24, 2011
    Still Haven't Used Them
    Not sure how they can sell an item that has a power supply jack with no power supply. I would've paid the extra money for the power supply but had to order them separately. I'm still waiting to receive them. So I have no idea how these things (I bought three) work. Yet I was sent an email asking to write a review. Well, here it is.

    PROS: Unknown yet

    CONS: Does not come with a power supply.
    March 24, 2015
    Bought 100' HDMI cable which had too weak a signal the monitor would only display very specific resolutions, and not 1080P. This fixed it!

    PROS: It works!

    CONS: The instructions don't indicate how to use the numbers on the dial. Are ascending or descending numbers increasing the power? Should you start low/high? No idea.
    July 5, 2011
    Worked like a charm
    Thank god this worked. I tried several other products by other companies and they failed. I was going to be in big trouble because this was a cable that I had run while finishing my basement and I had no way of getting a new cable to this TV. My cable run was made up of two cables one was 25' and the other was 100'. I put the extender between the two cables. Thanks MONOPRICE!

    PROS: It worked like a charm!

    CONS: None
    December 13, 2013
    Extends cable length dramatically
    Ran Xbox HDMI feed through a splitter and a wall with a 35 foot run. (yes kind of crazy length) Had flicker issues due to length. Added repeater and signal was rock solid and Xbox can now be played in three different room TVs via the splitter and repeater.

    PROS: Price
    ease of use

    CONS: none
    March 12, 2014
    No more annoying sparkles
    Running 1080p from by PS3 caused many digital sparkles. I had to cut it down to 1080i. With this Repeater the sparkles are gone! I still can't use PS3's Deep Color feature, but that doesn't really matter that much anyway, so now worries. I'm just so happy I can have a clear 1080p image!

    Note: When I first got this Repeater I did not know I was supposed to adjust the blue EQ dial. It ships defaulted to 0 and at 0 it has no benefit that I can see. There were no instructions on how to use this dial. What the instructions should say is:

    1) Start with the blue dial set to 0 on initial install
    2) Turn the dial to a higher value one step at a time until the picture improves
    * You may have to turn off and back on your devices to see the proper level of change
    * Increasing the dial passed the optimal amount of EQ will cause degraded picture
    * Increasing the dial passed the optimal amount of EQ may cause NO PICTURE

    In my case EQ setting of 2 was the perfect amount, 3 - 5 caused increasingly worse sparkles and 6 - 7 caused NO PICTURE coming from my PS3 (Even though with my cable box it still continued to show a picture). The configuration I have is a 25' cable IN THE WALL hooked in to the back of wall plates (also purchased from monoprice) both on the PS3 side and the TV side. On the PS3 side I have a 6 foot cable going from the PS3 to the wall plate and on the TV side I had no choice (since the extender has two female ends) to use a short 1 foot cable going from the wall plate to the extender and one short 1 foot cable going from the extender to the TV. (Both of the 1 foot cables are 24AWG, all purchased from monoprice (product 4963))

    PROS: Sparkles are gone

    CONS: PS3 Deep Color still does not work
    December 9, 2011
    was a skeptic, but i am impressed!
    I am really, truly surprised, but this thing works like a charm!
    I thought all hope was lost after I tried hooking up my tv to an extremely long, complicated run and all I could get was 480p (barely) from my PS3.

    But I plugged this thing into the mix right before the tv, cranked it up to 7, and it works like a charm! Pushes 1080p60Hz without trouble.

    If you are curious, here is the setup:
    PS3 - HDMI Matrix switch via 3ft HDMI
    HDMI Matrix Switch - HDMI Faceplate via 10 ft HDMI
    HDMI Faceplate - Basement HDMI Faceplate via 50ft HDMI
    Basement HDMI Faceplate - Basement Den HDMI Faceplate via 15ft HDMI
    Basement Den HDMI Faceplate - This HDMI Repeater via 25ft HDMI
    HDMI Repeater - TV via 8 ft HDMI

    Altogether, the run is 111 feet with many couplers (faceplates, etc) sprinkled throughout.

    I am very satisfied!

    PROS: Cheap, low profile, and it works!

    CONS: None so far
    July 25, 2012
    get the power adapted.
    This device does it's job at the end of my 25 foot cable. Even without power, it reduced the number of dropouts I previously experienced. However, according the the guys who write the HDMI spec, you SHOULD use external power.

    I would like MONO to either include the wall-wart - or at least sell it as an accessory so I don't have to search it our seperately. Thanks

    from HDMI:
    Using active electronics to boost and clean up the signal can effectively double the range of a standard twisted-copper HDMI cable. Cable runs of up to 30 meters are the norm for this type of solution, which may be deployed as either a standalone signal management device, i.e., a repeater or booster box, or incorporated into the manufacture of the cable itself. Boxes are available in many configurations, usually incorporating both booster and equalization functions, and may also serve as repeaters or switchers. Active cables, on the other hand, embed the signal-enhancement electronics in the cable itself, with chips embedded in the connector housings. They are unidirectional, using different modules at the transmit and receive ends of the cable. All the technologies in this category require external power.

    Beware products that draw power from the +5V power line. Although these may work in certain applications, different components draw varying amount of power from that line to communicate with each other. A cable that draws power from the HDMI cable may fail when components and the active components in the cable or external booster are all drawing from the same source.

    PROS: nicely made unit.

    CONS: power supply not included.
    June 30, 2011
    Great product
    My problem : with output resolution at 1080, blueray menu would not show up but movie would still play at 1080. If i lowered the blueray output resolution to 480, i could get the menu but then the movie was in 480 as wellI...that's useless with hd projector. The problem seemed to be with the length of the hdmi cable to projector. Its 40ft. If bypassing the long hdmi, everything worked fine. I bought this product against the advice of monoprice and it worked. I now get both menu and movie in hd. It did need a power supply that was not included.

    PROS: Works as expected

    CONS: Does not come with power supply.
    February 8, 2014

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