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Monoprice Essentials Palette Series High Speed HDMI Cable - 4K @ 60Hz, HDR, 18Gbps, YUV 4:4:4, 32AWG, 1.5ft, White
Monoprice Essentials Palette Series High Speed HDMI Cable - 4K @ 60Hz, HDR, 18Gbps, YUV 4:4:4, 32AWG, 3ft, Blue
Monoprice Essentials Palette Series High Speed HDMI Cable - 4K @ 60Hz, HDR, 18Gbps, YUV 4:4:4, 32AWG, 6ft, Red
Monoprice Commercial Series High Speed HDMI Cable - 4K @ 60Hz, HDR, 18Gbps, YUV 4:4:4, 32AWG, CL2, 1.5ft, Black- No Logo
Monoprice Commercial Series High Speed HDMI Cable - 4K @ 60Hz, HDR, 18Gbps, YUV 4:4:4, 32AWG, CL2, 5ft, Black- No Logo
Monoprice Commercial Series High Speed HDMI Cable - 4K @ 60Hz, HDR, 18Gbps, YUV 4:4:4, 30AWG, CL2, 10ft, Black- No Logo
|Maximum HDMI® Resolution||1920 x 1080p @ 60Hz|
|Bandwidth||2.25Gbps (6.75Gbps total)|
|Deep Color Support||Up to 12-bits/channel (36 bits total)|
|Maximum Transmission Distance||328 feet (100 meters) using Cat6|
|Operating Temperature||+32 ~ +104°F (0 ~ +40°F)|
|Storage Temperature||-4 ~ +140°F (-20 ~ +60°C)|
|Operating Humidity||20 ~ 90% RH, non-condensing|
|Dimensions (each)||3.9" x 2.6" x 1.0" (100 x 65 x 25 mm)|
- User's Manual (Jul 21, 2016)
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I have 1 trasmiter 2 receivers via my Verizon fios and works great.. Same signal is received on both units diferent rooms
Your other comment, that 's how most computers work, when the computer can't see a display it won't send to it, unless it's on and see and active display. Windows 10 allows you to force send (Windows Button + P)
Got htis, it worked. Yaaaa!
1 year ago
I am trying to connect a Denon receiver and AT&T cable box to my Pioneer Plasma in the theater room. The Denon and DVR are sitting in a closet in the hallway (no line of sight).
When I built the house, I made sure that I had conduit from the theater to the media closet. I ran a CAT5e and connected everything up. Everything works great, there is no delays or sync audio issues.
One thing that is quite frustrating is getting the IR repeater to work. I have put the IR receiver eye on the bottom bezel of the TV and the other side, I have taped it to the receiver. The IR receiver eye does not blink red or give any indication that it is reading a signal from a remote. Worse yet, it does not seem to be transmitting the signal across to the IR blaster. Any help would be appreciated. I have spent hours fiddling around with the IR blaster to make sure it is right on top of the receiver IR eye.
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We couldn't get the fancier product by Crestron to work, so the rental house said, try these cheaper ones.
They worked perfectly. Now I bought my own. I just used them at a large event and the worked with out a hitch--great!!
4 weeks ago
Overall, seems to be great for what I need and allows me to reuse existing ethernet wiring. I'll likely purchase more kits and use the receivers in other areas as well.
If you are using these on your existing switches: The TCP signaling is broadcast traffic, so it will saturate your network (especially Wi-Fi) unless you create a dedicated VLAN. I thought it was multicast, but my switch is showing it as broadcast traffic, even with IGMP snooping on. You might want to make sure that you don't have broadcast storm control turned on or at least not very restrictive. They run at 100Mbps, so if you use gigabit, it won't saturate your switch uplinks/trunks.
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