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HDMI Over Cat5e / Cat6 Extender Wall Plate (Pair), Single Port (1P), White
The Monoprice HDMI® Extender can extend an HDMI® video signal up to 30 meters over two Cat6 ethernet cables run through the walls. This unit supports all NTSC and PAL video resolutions up to 1080p with 24/36 bit Deep Color. It supports LPCM, Dolby®-AC3, DTS 7.1, and DSD audio signals. This is a passive device, so no power adapter is needed!
- Support High Speed HDMI® signals (1080p)
- Supports Deep Color
- Passive, no power adapter required
- FCC and CE Approved
Note: Monoprice strongly recommends the use of minimum 24 AWG HDMI® cables when connecting a device, such as this extender, between the source and destination devices to ensure minimal signal loss and maximum High Speed signal reliability.
Note: Although this extender will work with Cat5e UTP cables, Monoprice STRONGLY recommends using Cat6 STP cabling for anything longer than minimal distances. Cat6 STP cabling will provide the highest reliability and signal integrity to ensure that your installation is trouble-free under all conditions for years to come.
Requires the use of a low-voltage mounting brackets (one per wall plate). These are not included!
- User's Manual (Aug 26, 2011)
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.
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.
|Data Transfer Speed||6.75Gbps – 10.2Gbps|
|Supported HDMI Resolutions||1080p/1080i/720p/576p/576i/480p/480i|
|Color Support||24 and 36 bit Deep Color|
|Supported Audio Formats||LPCM, Dolby-AC3, DTS 7.1, DSD|
|Maximum Output Cable Distance||less than 5 meters|
|Maximum Input Cable Distance||less than 5 meters|
|Operating Humidity Range||5 to 90% RH (no condensation)|
|Operating Temperature Range||-15 to +55 C (5 to 131 F)|
|Dimensions||114mm x 70mm x 41mm (4.5” x 2.7” x 1.6”)|
|Regulatory Certification||FCC, CE|
Questions and Answers
PROS: Great price and does work reasonably well
CONS: Some power problems with a couple of devices
I have spent $200.00 to do this previously with a powered solution and have to hide the box somewhere. Now I do the same thing for pennies and no hiding a box behind the displays anymore.
PROS: This thing just works, stupid proof if you can terminate a cable. If you can't buy patch cords and you are done
PROS: Works perfect in multiple installations to date
Easy to use
CONS: Rear of unit does not fit orange Carlton low voltage rework plate..use black larger one
Be careful to keep both pieces of Cat5 or 6 the same length. I read that in a previous review and tried it with an extra 3 feet on 1 cable. There was a sync issue until I cut the 2 pieces equally and then it was beautiful again.
PROS: Great HD picture transmission!
CONS: Like other products of this type, if you have it close to power lines and have a earth leak in your system like I apparently do, switching off the lights in the kitchen will cause the transmission to flicker for 1-2 seconds.
PROS: easy to install. read the other reviews and product details so you know what type of ethernet cables and HDMI cables should be used
CONS: the red LED is a bit bright but a small piece of tape quickly fixes that.
PROS: Worked perfectly over 70ft of Cat6 UTP with ordinary RJ-45 plugs. I get 1080p video.
CONS: The unit is slightly too large to fit in an old-work junction box I had to shave 1/16" from the top and bottom to make it fit.
The only problem I have found is that they don't fit in certain brands of wall brackets. As suggested by another reviewer of the PID 6584, I have purchased the Legrande lime green wall brackets and they fit perfect in these.
Very happy with this purchase.
PROS: Great performance, great price, good construction.
CONS: Don't fit in some low voltage wall brackets
PROS: Well the product works exactly as it says. If you have your DVD player or DVR or other equipment located in a different room from your tv this is a perfect fix. I have located my equipment about 50 feet away used CAT5E cable and the quality is equal to HDMI
CONS: The way the jack works is you have to run two CAT5E cables, which is not big deal but you better know this if you are in a roughin state and think that one cable will work.
PROS: Easy install
CONS: Does not support ARC