HDMI® Extender Using Cat5e or CAT6 Cable - Extend Upto 328ft
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    HDMI® Extender Using Cat5e or CAT6 Cable - Extend Upto 328ft

    Take advantage of the new HDBase-T technology to extend your High Speed (1080p) 3D HDMI® and IR remote control signals over a single Cat5e/Cat6 cable!

    This HDMI extender can send 1080p HDMI signals with 3D support and HDCP pass-through up to 100 meters (328 ft) using a single Cat5e/Cat6 cable. It has a built-in IR extender function as well, so you can control your source devices from the remote location.

    Except for the Cat5e/Cat6 cable, this kit comes with everything you need to make the connection and start using it right away!

    Features:

    • Supports uncompressed HDMI signals up to 1080p
    • Supports 340 MHz/3.4 Gbps per channel (10.2 Gbps all channel) bandwidth
    • Supports 16-bit per channel (48-bit total) color depth
    • Supports 3D pass-through
    • Supports HDCP pass-through
    • Supports uncompressed audio such as LPCM
    • Supports compressed audio such as DTS Digital, Dolby Digital (including DTS-HD Master Audio™ and Dolby TrueHD™)
    • Built-in IR extender function
    • Uses IEEE-568B wiring standard for Cat5e/Cat6 cable
    • Gold-plated HDMI connectors
    • FCC, CE, UL (C & US), and RoHS Compliant

    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.



    Support Files:



    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.

    Specifications
    Input Signal HDMI®, 1.2 volts p-p (TTL)
    Output Video HDMI
    Transmission Distance up to 100m at 1080p/60 Hz using UTP Cat5e/6
    Input Video Amplifier Bandwidth 3.4 Gbps/340 MHz
    Interlaced Resolutions (50 & 60 Hz) 480i, 576i, 1080i
    Progressive Resolutions (50 & 60 Hz) 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080p
    External Power Supply 2x 5V DC @ 2A (included)
    Power Consumption (Max) 5W
    Operating Temperature 0° C to +70° C
    Operating Humidity 10% to 85% RH (no condensation)
    Storage Temperature -10° C to + 80° C
    Storage Humidity 5% to 85% RH (no condensation)
    Size (W-H-D) 100 x 65 x 25 mm
    Weight (Net) 170 g
    Regulatory Approvals FCC, CE, UL, RoHS

    Included in the Box:

    • 1x HDMI Sender unit
    • 1x HDMI Receiver unit
    • 1x IR Receiver unit with 48" cable
    • 1x IR Emitter unit with 48" cable
    • 2x AC Adapters with 44" cord
    • 2x L-shaped mounting brackets
    • 4x Mounting bracket screws
    • 1x User's 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.

    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.

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    Is running HDMI over CAT6 safe for in-wall runs? I notice there are CL3 rated HDMI cables listed that say "Safe for in-wall"
    Rick R on Feb 10, 2017
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    BEST ANSWER: You should use cable rated for in-wall use. There are CAT6 cables rated to be run in-wall.
    3.9 / 5.0
    202 Reviews
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    It just works!
    I just installed this unit to replace a standard balun type HDMI extender (two cable) that was dropping signal everytime the furnace blower would kick in, or even when one turned on/off the light switch. This HDBase-T version, while more expensive, simply just works from the moment I hooked it up with about 100 ft. of CAT6. No more drop outs or completely black screens.

    And I must correct a previous comment where the person stated that HDBase-T "compresses" the signal. Well, I'm an electrical engineer and have studied how HDBase-T works. It doesn't compress the signal quality, it uses a modulation scheme that allows all of the bits to be sent with less bandwidth. The picture and sound quality are exactly what you would get with a direct HDMI connection.

    This is a good read for those who are tech savvy:

    http://www.zektor.com/support/downloads/ClearingUpTheHDBaseTTechnicalFUD-1.pdf

    PROS: Simply works perfectly all the time.

    CONS: Slightly higher cost, but much less than other HDBase-T options.
    November 30, 2011
    Good product
    Product works as advertised. I replaced the HDMI-over-2-cat6-cables solution with this HD-BaseT device. No really discernable difference for me between either method. Although, this solution does cost 8x more.

    Since I could not find this piece of info in any other review, I wanted to mention ARC functionality is not supported through this extender. Why is this of importance to anyone? Let's say you have a "Smart" TV, with apps, such as Netflix or Amazon Video. You cannot send the audio from your Smart TV back to your AV receiver because ARC is not support through this extender.

    This may not be an issue for you. But I'm sure a lot of you set up your home entertainment center like me... AV Receiver is in a closet or another room.

    Still, a nice product. Does it primary job well... send HDMI signal over a single CAT6 cable.

    PROS: It works as advertised. That's the most critical pro.

    CONS: No ARC (audio return channel) support. Some HD-BaseT extender solutions allow for ARC functionality. This one doesn't.

    This is not misleading, since the description definitely does not list ARC as a feature. But I was hoping...
    November 20, 2012
    Works well for video games.
    I purchased and installed these in my living room setup and they work pretty well with a few exceptions. It's noteworthy to know that



    1) I have a large plasma TV above a fireplace with no surrounding shelves for equipment.

    2) My family, myself included is full of avid gamers and HTPC abusers so we needed something to make our entertainment equipment accessible but not clutter up the mantel under the TV AND not induce any input lag into the experience.



    I'll admit to being a bit skeptical that these devices would cast a FullHD signal without introducing some small amount of input lag. Having pre-wired most of our home with CAT6 and a central patch panel in the basement I was ahead of the curve for these boxes. To allay my fears with fully committing to installing everything in a remote location, I mocked up a quick test connection in the basement to an XBOX ~ 75ft CAT6 distance. I was surprised to see 0 input lag, good signal quality, and no other issues...aside from loosing connectivity on the actual xbox controller due to distance.



    I then committed to moving all of the entertainment equipment to a remote media enclosure located in the corner of the room which increased the total amount of CAT6 in the link by about 50ft (125ft total now). The actual process of arranging and organizing the enclosure was harder than anything, the HDMI boxes factored in 0 problems aside from the IR being finicky.



    Others have mentioned the IR blisters are not the greatest. They are bulbous physically and their field of view/broadcast is pretty narrow. I thought I was going to have to purchase a separate IR receiver/emitter as other have done until... I removed the IR components from their housings(see below).



    - For the TV side receiver, deshelled the IR component to find a small tan PCB with a single IR receiver is inside. I then re-angled the IR eye, taped the PCB with black electrical tape(to hide the color) while leaving the IR eye exposed and carefully attached the assembly behind the transparent edging of my flat panel.



    - The component/emitter side is similar to above, where I deshelled, re-angled, and attached the emitter to have a better coverage of my components in the enclosure. It's actually attached to the door of the enclosure for best effect. This combined action actually cured 99% of my issues with the IR setup. No more angle/distance/repeat press problems with remote control and no more having to see the ugly IR blisters.

    PROS: - Works very well and as advertised

    - No perceptible input lag for interactive devices for those that play video games, this is a huge plus.

    - No signal degradation

    - Small physical foot print



    CONS: - IR Receiver and Emitter are ugly, bulbous and don't work as well as the rest of the unit.

    - As others have stated you need an x-over cable on one end of the LAN connection to make the units work. Could be a hassle for those that can't wire it themselves or didn't purchase one ahead of time.

    - Instructions could be a little more well written...if that bothers you.

    - Jury is out on whether is a good value for what it does. $200 seems a bit steep, $150 would be a better, and $100 a bargain. I needed it for my setup to be nice, so it's a matter of perspective.

    - Didn't install itself.
    February 4, 2014
    Buy this one...
    These help make HDMI a little more reliable over distances- but I still miss good ol' Component video distribution.

    rantI am a pro av installer, and I absolutely HATE hdmi in general. Component video cabling has more than enough bandwidth for 4k resolution and beyond and is rock-solid reliable 500ft+ over cheap RG59 or RG6 coax without extenders/baluns/etc. But we are all thieves so we get HDCP and all the related fun trying to distribute and switch it forced upon us.../rant

    PROS: HDBase-T FTW!!

    These work where others fail.

    CONS: More expensive than other options- but worth it unless you enjoy HDCP handshake errors, picture dropouts, sparklies, and angry spouse/kids/customers.
    August 24, 2012
    Did not work with Pioneer Elite SC-57
    I got this unit to replace another MP extender (4064) because I wanted to be able to play 3D Blu-Rays through my PS3. Although this did work when the unit is connected directly to the PS3, it did not work when it was connected to my Elite receiver. Unfortunately, I have to have my signal go through the receiver or else I would have to buy an extender for each of my sources and run extra 100' CAT6 cables which is definitely not cost efficient. Hopefully Monoprice can get this fixed with a new firmware. Returning the unit for now...

    PROS: Worked great with my HTPC and PS3 over 100' CAT6 and 6' + 6' of high speed HDMI cables all from Monoprice. 1080p60 no issues

    CONS: Did not work when connect to my Pioneer Elite SC-57 receiver. I couldn't get any signal output at all with my HTPC and PS3 connected to my receiver.
    December 2, 2011
    Flickering image/audio. Cheap
    This product did not work right out of the box. I connected it to a camera and ps3 (using a 3 foot patch cable to test it out) The image and audio flickers every 3-5 seconds. After reading other reviews, I decided not to gamble on another one. Sending this one back to monoprice.
    April 1, 2015
    Monoprice HDBaseT works great!
    I have ran the gamut of cheaper hdmi extenders (balun type ext powered and hdmi powered) and finally found a solution through mono price. I have 2 runs of Cat5e wire that is about 50ft to my Sony Hw30 projector, one is used for the HDBaseT extender the other one worked for my IR 3D emitter port (surprisingly it works perfectly even though Sony recommends 15m maximum for Cat wire), killed two birds with one stone!!!

    I have noticed that my picture being a bit cleaner, maybe a placebo effect, but I did noticed a reduction in motion blur from my projector. Now I can watch all of my films without the aid of Sony's motion flow enhancer. In closing this item works great and if you have interruptions due to lights/HVAC fan coming on, then this is your solution. Thank you monoprice for this product!

    PROS: Hooked up and worked perfectly.

    CONS: None for product...but I wish I bought this first for my theater room months ago.
    August 2, 2012
    5/5
    I retrofitted a TV above my fireplace but wanted to put all the AV gear out of sight. Due to my room configuration the easiest was to put it all one floor down in the basement. Not a long distance, certainly less than the 100M this supports, but it was much easier running a pair of Cat5e than a long HDMI cable. I only needed one Cat5e, but ran two for future use. My TV is a smart tv, but it has Wifi and I dont use the smart features anyways, so the extra cable is dormant.

    The IR receiver is a bit bulky but I have it hidden away behind my Sony soundbar which repeats the signal and is far more sensitive anyways.

    It has worked perfectly for 2mo now. I have a Monoprice HDMI 4x1 switch (PID 6259) installed as well as I have to other sources (PS3 and HTPC). Only issue I ran into was with my Cisco branded Verizon FiOS HD box. All I get is a blue screen, which tells me the HDCP kicked in. Verizon tech support was useless and google didn't turn up much. My PS3 and HTPC work flawlessly so I know it isn't this extender kit. My solution, which I found buried in the internet, was to put a HDMI splitter inline after the FiOS box but before the switch. I didn't get a Monoprice unit but a Sewell from Amazon as that was the one claimed to work. As soon as I plugged it in, the blue screen went away and TV was working. I did find some of my HDMI cables were not up to par, so I replaced quite a few w/ Monoprice ones as I was getting drop outs or sparkles. Replacing some 10 year old 6' cables with the shortest needed (1.5', etc) cured it. I'm glad all this stuff is in the basement where I have plenty of power and rack space.

    Overall I am more than pleased on how this technology works. HDMI and IR over one physical and cheap cable! Makes for a very professional appearance above my fireplace rivaling or exceeding what my friends have paid $$$$ for true professionals to install.
    February 26, 2014
    Only one I found that worked over the required distance
    Tested a bunch of 50-60m rated devices which either didn't work at all or would only run at VGA resolution. The Monoprice 100m extender worked perfectly through wall outlets, patch panel and approx 60-70m of unshielded data cable.

    PROS: Works as described.
    The link, power and to a lesser extent HDCP lights are quite useful.


    CONS: None really
    October 14, 2012
    Yep!
    All of our company laptops use display ports. I use Display port to HDMI cables in each conference room. This device after using a display port to HDMI adapter doesn't pick up the source signal. I purchased a $22 powered HDMI splitter and ran my display port into the splitter, splitter into this unit. It worked! So for anyone that requires display port get yourself a splitter.

    PROS: This sucker works! It takes no time or effort to configure. You don't configure anyway, you simply plug in and go.

    CONS: Doesn't work with display port adapters.
    October 23, 2014

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