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Blackbird HDMI Extender over Single 100m CAT6 (TCP/IP) with IR Support
The Monoprice Blackbird™ HDMI® Extender can transmit HDMI video to distances up to 328 feet (100 meters) over a single Cat6 Ethernet cable. It provides a bandwidth of 6.75Gbps and supports 1080p video resolutions, 12-bit per channel Deep Color, and 48kHz LPCM digital audio. It features an IR blaster which gives you the ability to transmit infrared remote control signals, allowing for truly remote control of your equipment.
Extend up to 328ft: This extender can transmit HDMI® video to distances up to 328 feet (100 meters) over a single standard Cat6 coaxial cable.
IR Control: The bi-directional IR blaster allows you to control your video source device using its IR remote control from the remote location or to control the display from the source location.
Compatibility: This extender carries High Speed HDMI signals at resolutions up to 1080p, making it compatible with DVD players, Blu-ray Disc™ players, gaming consoles, and more.
- Supports the HDCP 1.1 standard
- Supports video resolutions up to 1920x1080p
- Supports 12-bits/channel (36-bits total) Deep Color
- Supports high-definition audio, including 48kHz LPCM digital audio
- Provides 6.75Gbps bandwidth
- Equalizes and recovers incoming TMDS data
- IR blaster transmits IR signals from the remote location to the HDMI source device
Monoprice not only stands behind every product we sell with a 1 year replacement warranty, we offer a 30-day money back guarantee as well! If the product you purchase does not satisfy your needs, send it back for a full refund.
Quality at a Fair Price
Monoprice's rugged design and rigid quality control standards deliver high quality products at fair prices.
Hassle Free Packaging
Monoprice exists to bring simplicity, fairness, and confidence to technology choices. This product features recyclable packaging that is simple to open, cost effective, with minimal waste, and fully protective as it travels to you.
Service & Support
You're never on your own with Monoprice products! We have a full team of friendly and knowledgeable technicians available to answer your questions, both before and after the sale. Contact our technical support team for questions about our products, troubleshooting, or even suggestions for products to fit your particular needs. Not to be outdone, our friendly and helpful customer service team is here to make your ordering, delivery, and any possible returns a quick and painless operation, from start to finish!
|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)
Blackbird™ is a trademark of Monoprice Inc.
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.
Blu-ray Disc™, Blu-ray™, and the logos are trademarks of the Blu-ray Disc Association.
Questions and Answers
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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!
9 months ago
9 months ago
1 month 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.
5 months ago
1 year ago
It does work on an existing network but destroys your bandwidth. I have a gigabit network with 300Mbs internet download and with it on the network it knocks it down the speed to around 10-20Mbps. But has a very good picture.
3 months ago