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E-SDS 196ft HDBaseT HDMI Extender over Single CAT5E/6/7 Cable with Bi-directional IR Remote Support 4Kx2K, 3D, 1080P, HDCP CV0013
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- Support 4K@60Hz HDR, HDMI 2.0,CEC and HDCP2.2.Use single UTP/STP RJ45 CAT 5E/6/6A/7 Ethernet cable to substitute HDMI cable to achieve much longer transmission distance and reduce cost (follows the standard of IEEE568B).Please use hdmi cable less than 5 meters.
- Long transmisTransmission distance: CAT5E/6: 196ft/60m for up to 1080P@60Hz 36bit; 115ft/35m for 1080P@60Hz 48bit, 1080P@60Hz 3D, 4kx2k 30Hz/60Hz; Use CAT6A/7: 230ft/70m for up to 1080P@60Hz 36bit; 131ft/40m for 1080P@60Hz 48bit, 1080P@60Hz 3D, 4kx2k 30Hz/60Hz
- Support resolutions: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p; 3D; 4kx2k/30Hz and 4k/60Hz; Support audio format: uncompressed audio output such as LPCM, and compressed audio output like DTS-HD, Dolby True HD.DVI signal doesn't have audio.
- Bidirectional IR signal: allows for convenience remote control at both source or display location
- Plug and Play.Note:Don't support one to many connection and ARC.It can't work with AV receiver.Do not hot plug when it is working.There is only one power adapter and it should pulg in the receiver side.
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This item E-SDS 196ft HDBaseT HDMI Extender over Single CAT5E/6/7 Cable with Bi-directional IR Remote Support 4Kx2K, 3D, 1080P, HDCP CV0013
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|Item Dimensions||—||9.84 x 12.99 x 1.38 in||6.02 x 9.25 x 2.56 in||11.4 x 6.5 x 2.2 in|
|Item Weight||0.85 lb||1.37 lbs||1.57 lbs||2.2 lbs|
|Style Name||—||CL2 Rated||210ft HDMI Extender||HDMI + Serial & IR|
The HDBaseT HDMI Extender 4K extends your ultra HDMI signal (4k@60Hz HDR up to 131ft/40m use CAT6/7 cable) to a compatible HDMI display through a single Ethernet cable. Bidirectional IR signal is also carried with HDMI, which means you can remotely control your device at either side of the connection. For example, control the source Blu-ray player from the remote TV location at a distance of up to 196ft far away.
HDMI signal: HDMI 2.0, compatible with HDCP; support CEC and 24bits deep color
Resolution support: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 3D, 4kx2k
Ethernet cable support: CAT5E, CAT6, CAT6A, CAT7
IR: Support 20~60kHz wide frequency devices and Bi-directional IR transmission
Transmission distance: VCAT5E/6: 196ft/60m for up to 1080P@60Hz 36bit; 115ft/35m for 1080P@60Hz 48bit, 1080P@60Hz 3D, 4kx2k 30Hz/60Hz;
CAT6A/7: 230ft/70m for up to 1080P@60Hz 36bit; 131ft/40m for 1080P@60Hz 48bit, 1080P@60Hz 3D, 4kx2k 30Hz/60Hz
HDMI to HDBaseT Sender x1
HDBaseT to HDMI Receiver x1
IR blaster cable x1
IR receiver cable x1
DC5V2A Power Adapter x1
User Manual x1
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Initially I plugged my Tivo directly in and got a strong signal with all LED lights solid right away over 75’ Cat 6 cable. Unlike many other units I have seen in the past, the IR repeater actually works, and works well. I was finally able to get rid of my ancient pyramid IR units.
With this initial setup working I began hooking it up the way I really wanted it and how things were set up before my original one died. A Tivo is plugged into a powered 1x4 HDMI splitter. Outputs go to an A/V amp, the main TV and to a powered 4in 2out switcher. One output of the switcher also goes to the A/V amp and the other to my bedroom via this unit over the 75’ Cat 6 cable. Other inputs to my switcher are Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and a Raspberry Pi2 running Kodi/openelec.
As soon as I plugged in the HDMI splitter or the switch one of the led lights started flashing indicating a weaker signal but even though a little slower to lock on, it would eventually display a very good 1080i (Tivo) and 1080p (all others) picture. With the weaker signal it is a little slow to stabilize (~10 secs) after changing inputs but it’s not unacceptable as it’s not something that’s done that often. I will try a test using Cat 7 double shielded cable to see if it improves the signal and if so run that via the attic replacing the Cat 6 cable. I may also eliminate the hdmi splitter but like the flexibility it gives me. If neither of these improve the signal though I’m still very happy with the way it’s performing.
Now I can get this setup that was using 3x Cat5e runs down to 1. Picture comes through perfectly and it really was plug and play with one small exception. The unit comes with only one DC power plug. You can choose whether you want this at the sender or receiver end as the powered extender will provide power to the other one over the cable. However, when I had the sender side plugged in, I got HDMI handshake issues that resulted in no audio coming through my receiver. Setup is [Sources]>[Onkyo AVR]>[HDBaseT Sender]>[~30' Cat5e]>[HDBaseT Receiver]>[TV]. Moving the power to the receiver end solved the issue. If you have the same issue, try swapping which end is powered.
These seller claim that these baluns can deliver 1080p at 60Hz over 230 feet of CAT-6 wire. I wasn't sure how long my wire run was. I estimated it to be about 150 feet. After hooking these up I couldn't get a stable picture. The picture came on for a second, then gone for 3 seconds, then back for 1 second, then off for 3, and so on. I was scratching my head wondering why it wouldn't work. Then I looked at the length markers on my wire and learned that I was shooting the signal over 250' of wire, somewhat beyond the claimed ability of the product.
These baluns come with one power supply that can be used on either end of the run. Mine were located in my rack, in my basement, proving power for the other balun via the Cat-6 data cable. Before sending them back, I tried a little experiment. I plugged the power supply from my first set into the unit located down stairs in my rack, and I plugged the power supply that came with the second set into the unit upstairs in my Den, at the other end of the 250' of wire. This should affectively eliminate the need to send power over the long run of CAT-6. Within seconds of plugging in that second power supply, the picture fired up and didn't go away.
After a couple of hours of testing with good results, I left the system like this (I jumped the power supply in the basement and added another barrel connector so it's powering both TX units). Both sets have been working flawlessly for months now, even the Den over that 250' run of CAT-6.
I gave this review 5 stars because at this price, these things are a home run. The only thing that can be improved, is it would be nice if they were ARC compatible.
I'm using Tera Grand - CAT7 10 Gigabit Ethernet Ultra Flat Patch Cable for Modem Router LAN Network - Built with Gold Plated & Shielded RJ45 Connectors and Generation 3 Mold, 75 Feet cable.
I have no use for the IR blaster at this time so I didn't check out that particular feature.
Video and sound are great!