HDMI over Single Cat6 Extender Balun with IR Support and HDMI Loop Back - 70M
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HDMI over Single Cat6 Signal Extender Balun with IR Support and HDMI Loop Back
Limited by the distance of HDMI cables and need a cost-effective way to extend the length of your HDMI cable? This HDMI extender extends HDMI signals up to 210 feet using Cat6 cables with support up to 1080p and IR control. In addition to extending the HDMI signal, this model has a loop back function on the sender end to connect a local HDMI display. Constructed with a durable aluminum design with wall mountable cut outs for easy installation in any application, the HDMI extender features Full HD support and support for uncompressed audio outputs (LPCM, Dolby TrueHD, DTS Master Audio). IR control also allows you to easily control your source devices, such as Blu-ray players, television receivers, and other HDMI enabled devices.
- Extends HDMI and IR over a single Cat6 cable
- 1080p at up to 210ft (70M) using Cat6
- Loop back function to include a HDMI display on sender side
- 2 x 5V DC power adapters included
- HDCP compliant
- Control devices via IR signal
- Easy to use
- Plug and Play, no drivers needed
- Aluminum housing for durability
- Includes sender unit, receiver, 2 x AC adapters, 1 x TX IR cable, 1 x RX IR cable
Don't Forget the Cables!
Q: What is a balun?
A: A balun is a small transformer which converts an audio or video signal from unbalanced to balanced and vice versa (hence the term 'bal*un'). By doing so baluns make the necessary impedance adjustment for audio-visual signal transmission between different wiring systems
Q: Why use a Balun?
A: Sending your audio video and data signals over a Cat5e or Cat6 gives you three big advantages. The first one is that it allows you to carry your signal over an extremely long distance overcoming distance limits of some technologies. The second advantage is that it saves you money. Cat5e/6 is affordable especially in plenum rated spaces which is why it’s the cable of choice for media extension. Thirdly Cat5e/6 cable is easier to run in small conduit and tight in-wall installations.
Q: What is the picture quality when using a balun?
A: The picture will be the as good as the source signal. Baluns are designed to maintain signal quality.
Q: Do I need any special tools to install a balun system?
A: No all of our baluns are plug-and-play. Simply connect both baluns to your equipment and run the cable.