HDBaseT 4x4 HDMI Matrix Switch and Receivers
    Product # 10682
    HDBaseT 4x4 HDMI Matrix Switch and Receivers
    Product # 10682
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    HDBaseT 4x4 HDMI Matrix Switch and Receivers

    Monoprice is a proud member of the HDBaseT Alliance

    Take complete control over all of your video subsystems with this HDBaseT™ 4x4 HDMI® Matrix Switch kit from Monoprice!

    The heart of this kit is a 4x4 Matrix Switch, which allows you to route signals from any of the four video inputs to any or all of the four video outputs, in any combination. The Matrix can be controlled using the included Remote or a PC via an RS232 serial connection and the included app.

    In addition to the switching functions, this Matrix is also a video extender using the HDBaseT standard. HDBaseT is the superior standard for extending HDMI video signals to distances up to 100 meters over just a single Cat6 Ethernet cable (up to 70 meters using Cat5e cable). Additionally, it can be daisy chained up to 8 times, giving a maximum total extension distance of up to 800 meters!

    The HDBaseT standard also provides for the transmission of infrared remote control signals and 100Base-TX Fast Ethernet (100Mbps) network traffic. The network connection is input to the Matrix and is distributed to each receiver of the same Cat6 cable that carries the video and IR signals. Each receiver includes a 2-port Ethernet switch for direct connection to network aware equipment or connection to a larger switch for local distribution.

    This system provides a minimum data transfer rate of 6.75Gbps, which means that it supports High Speed 1080p and 3D video signals, as well as high definition multichannel audio, including Dolby TrueHD™ and DTS-HD Master Audio™. The kit includes everything you need to get up and running except the Ethernet cable. While it will function using Cat5e, we highly recommend using Cat6 or even Cat7 cables for best results.

    Features:

    • Supports 1080p and 3D video modes
    • Supports high definition, 7.1-channel audio, including Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio
    • Distributes any input to any output
    • Extend up to 100 meters using Cat6 cable (up to 70m using Cat5e)
    • Can be mounted in a 19" rack (mounting hardware included)
    • Supports forward or backward IR extension
    • Supports minimum 6.75Gbps data transmission rate
    • Supports HDCP v1.2
    • Includes instructions and app for RS232 control
    • Includes IR remote control
    • Supports Deep Color up to 36-bits (12-bits/channel)
    • Supports x.v.Color™
    • Can be daisy chained 8 times for a maximum extension distance of 800 meters
    • Extends 100Base-TX 100Mpbs network traffic

    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.



    Package Contents:

    • 1x HDBaseT 4x4 matrix
    • 4x HDBaseT receivers
    • 2x Rack mount ears
    • 8x Mounting screws
    • 1x 12V/5A AC adapter
    • 1x AC power cord (polarized NEMA 1-15 to IEC 60320 C8 connector)
    • 4x 5V/2A AC adapters
    • 1x Remote control
    • 1x CR2025 battery
    • 4x IR transmitters
    • 4x IR receivers
    • 1x Utility CD
    • 1x User's manual
    Model 10682
    Video Inputs 4x HDMI®
    Video Outputs 4x HDMI
    HDCP Support version 1.2
    Data Transfer Rate 2.25Gbps per channel (6.75Gbps total)
    Supported Resolutions 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720, 1080i, 1080p
    Supported Audio Formats LPCM, Dolby® AC3, Dolby TrueHD™, DTS®, DTS-HD Master Audio™
    Input Cable Length Up to 16 feet (5 meters)
    Output Cable Length Up to 328 feet (100 meters) using Cat6
    Deep Color Support Up to 12-bits per channel (36-bits total)
    Supported IR Frequencies 38 ~ 60 kHz
    Operating Temperature Range +5 ~ +131°F (-15 ~ +55°C)
    Operating Humidity Range 5 ~ 90% RH (no condensation)
     


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    HDBaseT™ and the HDBaseT Alliance logo are trademarks of the HDBaseT Alliance.

    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.

    x.v.Color™ is a trademark of Sony Corporation.

    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. Dolby TrueHD™ is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories.



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    Does this unit support 5Play? Specifically, does it support CEC?
    Michael S on Jan 11, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hello, thank you for your question. Yes, this system does in fact support CEC. I hope this helps, and of course if you have any more questions feel free to contact us!
    Is anyone else having trouble with the power supplies? I've had 3 of the four die. I've replaced them with generic (same spec), but I'm surprised.
    WC S on Apr 25, 2017
    Do I have to get the receivers? Can I use the wall plates instead?
    A shopper on Mar 18, 2017
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    Good Cost Effective HDBaseT Matrix with no EDID Management
    For those hesitant about buying this, let me say that it does work. I was able to hook up two home theater PCs to the matrix as inputs and then output it to three 2-channel audio TVs and one 5.1 channel receiver. HDMI is digital so the video quality is fine with 1080p. I was able to pass through 5.1 audio as well. The IR receivers work great, I can send IR signal to the receiver that will pass it through to the matrix to be transmitted out to the input source. The receivers must be plugged into an outlet, they do not support power over ethernet.



    What's more is that I tested connecting one matrix to another matrix. I hooked one output from Matrix 1 into the input of Matrix 2. This way, Matrix 2 could take on even more outputs. This was my low cost way of connecting more than 4 outputs instead of buying an 8x8 matrix. This actually worked and the source connected to Matrix 1 passed A/V out to the input of Matrix 2 and then Matrix 2 output this to the TV connected to Matrix 2. So: Source to Matrix1-Input1 to Matrix1-Output1 to Matrix2-Input1 to Matrix2-Output2 to TV. It works!



    The main caveat that people should know is that this matrix does not do EDID management. The output will be the lowest common denominator for all outputs. For example, if you have a TV which can only support 2 channel audio and a receiver that can support 5.1 channel audio, and both of these are receiving A/V from the same input, the input will only output 2 channel audio. The matrix will not be able to output 2 channel audio to the TV and 5.1 to the receiver because it can only output the same to both outputs. This should also be true for video resolution, it can only output the lowest common denominator for all outputs. If you are fine with this then this matrix works fine. If you need one input to simultaneously output to two different outputs having different A/V formats, then you will need a more expensive switch which can do EDID management.

    PROS: Low cost, controllable through IP via app & RS232

    CONS: No EDID management
    June 6, 2014
    Does not last
    We ordered 2 units on October 30th of 2014 (10682). One unit had dead inputs when unpacked. We tried several different devices and cables on the bad inputs and all failed. Used the same devices and cables on the 2nd unit and all worked fine. We received an RMA replacement in December of 2014. In January of 2016 we discovered that 2 of the HDMI inputs had failed. We contacted Monoprice in January 2016 but they refuse to repair or replace the unit. $1500 is a great price but only if the equipment lasts longer than 13 months. I would give a higher rating but cannot for a product that has failed twice in 13 months.

    PROS: Price
    Good picture

    CONS: Unit fails.
    Poor documentation.
    March 10, 2016
    MY Review of Monoprice 4X4 HDBaseT Switch
    Let me begin by noting that my installation is quite complex. My four sources include:

    1. A Motorola based Comcast HD Set Top Box

    2. An HDMI Output from a Denon AVR-3312CI, which has first been relayed through a Monoprice 1X4 w Cat5 out Splitter. This run brings the Denon output to my Node Zero Utility Room where the switch is located. Denon's attached sources include a Sony BluRay player, Sony 995 400 disc DVD changer, Vintage Pioneer laser Disc player and a Mitsubishi VCR. Too, the Denon's sources include the HDMI output from an Onkyo NR 626, the output of which, has been fed to the Denon though a Monoprice 2X4 Switch from another room.

    3. A Samsung Ipolis Surveillance DVR output is connected after having its VGA output Scaled to 1080P

    4. Finally an Apple TV device is connected to the fourth port.

    All of this works flawlessly with excellent sparkle free 1080P performance at my four sink locations.

    A word about my run lengths is in order here, I happen to own a Time Domain Reflectometer(TDR) with which I was able measure the lengths of each of my Cat5e cable runs. These turned out to be between 90 to 130 feet. And my in house cable plant is wired with 568A throughout. Note that all manufacturers of HDBaseT recommend 568B cable plants and that it is claimed that there is a length penalty for using 568A. It's therefore good to have an idea of your distances and wiring format.

    Now regarding IR, I had some initial difficulties which turned out to be due to my lack of understanding of just how the IR TX/RX's worked. After some false starts and some further understanding, I am happy to report that all my sources are being suitably IR controlled.

    Let me point out that three of my sources are Network devices(Denon AVR-3312, Onkyo 626 and AppleTV) As such, these devices can be controlled by Ipad/Iphone Apps, in addition to IR.

    PROS: Excellent performance as a 4x4 HDBaseT Matrix switch.

    Very good proactive Support from Monoprice Techs.

    Meets all my requirements for the matrix



    CONS: Proper use of the IR transmitters can be a bit confusing. This is a possible user shortfall and not a problem/defect with the switch.
    April 24, 2014
    HDMI matrix
    So I was one of the victims of PID 8151. I had two over a span of a year or so, and both quit working reliably. So the tech chat guy suggested this model, the 10682. Sadly the price was way higher, but I needed a solution.

    Everything about the 10682 is fairly straightforward. Plug and play, basically. One of the bonuses is that you only need a single cat5e (or greater) to each TV. Seems to work well, switches inputs WAY faster than the 8151. It feels like a clunky $30 chinese piece of electronic hardware. The front panel buttons are so "loose" that they all point in slightly different directions. It doesn't affect function, but -1 for fit&finish. I'm not sure how this product can command 5X the cost of the 8151. Perhaps there is a HDbaseT licensing fee? Not sure.

    Anyhow, the only real functional bugger is that the individual receiver boxes are very sensitive to the position of the cat5e input cable. That is to say if you tuck the box up behind your wall mount TV and put any sideways strain on the cat5e input cable/plug, the entire show comes to a halt. Not only will that specific TV not handshake, but it also caused intermittent video loss at my other TVs. So, if the 10682 isn't working, just make sure there is no sideways strain on the input cables. This single little factoid took about two days and a few tech support chats to figure out, so hopefully it saves somebody some time!

    PROS: Actually works. Finally. I came from the infamous 8151, and this unit is an upgrade.... which it should be, considering it's 5x more expensive. Fast switching between input signals.

    CONS: Cost. Input cable position sensitivity.
    March 10, 2014
    Unit failed twice
    On October 30, 2014 we ordered 2 units for use in our Jr High. 1 unit has worked without any issues. The other unit had dead inputs when unpacked. Some of the HDMI inputs did not work with any equipment we attached. We received an RMA replacement unit in December of 2014. In January of 2016 we discovered that 2 of the HDMI inputs fail to work. Monoprice will not repair or replace the unit. $1500 is a great price but only if the equipment lasts longer than 13 months. We had 2 units fail in a 13 month time frame.

    PROS: Good price. Good video and audio.

    CONS: 2 units failed in 13 months. Poor user documentation.
    Great 4x4 Matrix switch
    I had originally purchased a 1x4 extender(8159), which never worked correctly on two of my TVs.. It would just flicker off occasionally and decided to bite the bullet on a pricier unit that would also allow me to switch between my cable box , apple tv and mac mini that was setup in my home theater.



    Must say that this unit is very nice, all the tvs sync so there isn't noticeable audio sync issues between the rooms with TVs.



    This is very nice for parties and other entertaining, as I can start music videos or interesting visualizations and it works out very nice.

    PROS: Great for the money, no problems with signal/quality of audio/video

    CONS: Had a receiver die, but they replaced it quickly.
    July 16, 2014
    Works well except for IP control
    I purchased two units to include in a larger AV system. obviously this means integrating them into a universal controller. I *thought* they could be controlled over IP which is why I bought them, but this can only be done using the windows based software included with the units. That's like selling an AWD vehicle, but the AWD only works on test drives. Useless.

    PROS: Inexpensive compared to other options

    Works

    CONS: Control over IP is not available outside of the included software
    November 27, 2015
    Will not work with Monoprice HDMI Cables w/ Redmere
    My frustration comes with following the recommendation that I use Monoprice HDMI cables w/ Redmere technology (yes I had them connected the right way as well as reversed in all possible configurations). So I splurged and bought the nicer cables because I just spent like $1600 on the switch. After pulling my hair out and testing all the data cabling in the new house, I decided to just dumb it down and try the regular HDMI cables from Comcast when they setup the boxes. What do you know, it worked instantly without any issues. I'm going to be returning all those Redmere cables and replacing them with normal HDMI.

    PROS: Cost effective and very easy to setup. Does exactly what you'd expect it to

    CONS: As pointed out in previous posts, it downscales audio functionality and video resolution to the lowest available on the sourced outputs
    August 21, 2014
    Third Time's the charm?
    I went through not one but two Monoprice 8151 4x4 Matrix switches. Both of them crapped out on me after a year or so of usage. After my second unit died, I decided to try buying an HDBaseT unit since I assumed it would be built to a higher standard - the 8151 is garbage.



    So far, I'm quite impressed with this new unit. I suppose time will tell. It does everything I ask of it. Having two 100-meg LAN connections at the far end is a nice touch. You can hook up a streaming device or a PC or something without running an extra cable.



    Be mindful of turning the matrix switch off when you're not actually watching TV. If the unit is left on for more than a few hours (8-12 I'd guess) it has an internal fan that really kicks into high gear and makes quite a racket. I guess it's good that it has that measure to protect itself from overheating, but it would have been nice for Monoprice to have designed a quieter cooling solution for it.



    Overall, while this unit is incredibly expensive, it seems to do what it was designed for, so it gets a thumbs up from me. Rest assured if it ever craps out on me like my 8151s did, I'll be back here to let you know!

    PROS: Works as advertised. No cut outs or distortion. Nice having two LAN connections.

    CONS: Loud fan if left on for a while. No way to switch inputs at remote end.
    October 13, 2015
    PDF Needs to be selectable
    Good. Fix the pdf asap please

    PROS: It works well so far

    CONS: I am not able to highlight the rs-232 commands on the pdf. I really don't want to manually type each one out. Their is a lot of chance for error not to mention the pain in the ass.
    August 6, 2014

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