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I am using this from our Home Theater Receiver (HTR) to a projector about 25-feet away. I am running new CAT-6 cable I bought to go with it and it works for for 1080p x60FPS. Mostly!
Around every 20 or 30 minutes it will give a black screen for 1 to 2 seconds. I tried a few different HDMI cables between the HTR and the Transmitter box and also at the projector end. Even bought a pair of short 4K-HDMI cables, but still always that occasional black screen.
I swapped it all out and ran an HDMI cable for an evening's TV and no a black screens in 6-hours of watching.
Another thing I don't like and I should have realized **before** buying is that it needs 110vac at the projector end. I am amazed they are not using POE for the projector end. So I have a wall-wart, a long coil of black wire as well as the black box receiver to try and cover up on the ceiling mount projector.
Using it to extend the output of a FIOS STB. The picture has white pixels randomly distributed and does not react well to video with high contrast areas. Installed two CAT6 cables to the TV location since I wanted to use the other one for internet access to get the TV off wifi. Both cables (about 60 feet each run) shows the same "sparkling" effect on screen. Bought new CAT6 just for this job and didn't use CCA, all copper.
Reseñado en los Estados Unidos el 4 de octubre de 2019
Like I’ve said before, and will definitely say many times again, my husband likes computer/electrical paraphernalia. I knew he’d like this when I saw it. I helped him when it came to try it out. What my husband and I found out was that this HDMI CAT6 extender is rated for 1080p and does work but is *very* picky about the CAT6 cable you're using. Before we went to the trouble of installing it permanently, we tested it by temporarily connecting it in place of a different model HDMI CAT6 extender that we've been using for a few months. Unfortunately, there was no HDMI signal at the receiver end even after following the instructions which say to hold down the EQ button for 2 seconds to have it "learn" a new cable. I should note that the CAT6 cable we’re using is part of our home network infrastructure, with punch-down RJ45 blocks at each end and a patch-panel in our utility room. The sender/receiver jacks have a total end-to-end length of less than 30m and have worked flawlessly with our other HDMI extender. We did some more testing to make sure we didn't have a defective unit by using different lengths of CAT6/CAT7 cable. What we found was that it does work with CAT6 and CAT7 cables provided it has a direct RJ45-to-RJ45 connection without any punch-down blocks or couplers inline. Out of curiosity, my husband tested it with CAT5e, even though this one is not rated for it, and it didn't work at all. We were surprised only because our other extender works just as well with CAT5e and most Gigabit devices will too on shorter lengths. Keep this in mind if you decide to get it.
3.0 de 5 estrellasNo the limitations - you may want something better
Reseñado en los Estados Unidos el 22 de octubre de 2019
These work as advertised, for sending a 1080P signal over up to 164' (60M) of CAT6 cable. I didn't try the full 164', but they worked great at 150'. Audio is limited to 2.1 channel, you need to use CAT6 cable (many people are still using CAT5e), the manual isn't great (no, you can't run this over an Ethernet network, just the cable), and they are good to 113 degrees which should be sufficient for most applications.
So why am I so unenthusiastic? Well, I think you are being shortsighted if you buy these. For about $15 more you can get a set that will pass 4K and work up to 120M (almost 400'). That makes you far more future proof, and even if you don't need that kind of distance, it's nice to have the headroom.
Still, if this fits the bill and the $15 is important to you, they are fine. Me, I think you could do better.