• J-Tech Digital HDMI Extender By Single Cat 5E/6/7 Full Hd 1080P With Deep Color, EDID Copy, Dolby Digital/DTS
  • J-Tech Digital HDMI Extender By Single Cat 5E/6/7 Full Hd 1080P With Deep Color, EDID Copy, Dolby Digital/DTS
  • J-Tech Digital HDMI Extender By Single Cat 5E/6/7 Full Hd 1080P With Deep Color, EDID Copy, Dolby Digital/DTS
  • J-Tech Digital HDMI Extender By Single Cat 5E/6/7 Full Hd 1080P With Deep Color, EDID Copy, Dolby Digital/DTS
J-Tech Digital HDMI Extender By Single Cat 5E/6/7 Full Hd 1080P With Deep Color, EDID Copy, Dolby Digital/DTS
J-Tech Digital HDMI Extender By Single Cat 5E/6/7 Full Hd 1080P With Deep Color, EDID Copy, Dolby Digital/DTS
J-Tech Digital HDMI Extender By Single Cat 5E/6/7 Full Hd 1080P With Deep Color, EDID Copy, Dolby Digital/DTS
J-Tech Digital HDMI Extender By Single Cat 5E/6/7 Full Hd 1080P With Deep Color, EDID Copy, Dolby Digital/DTS

J-Tech Digital HDMI Extender By Single Cat 5E/6/7 Full Hd 1080P With Deep Color, EDID Copy, Dolby Digital/DTS

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  • Support HDMI1.3v & 1.2 signal (10.2Gbps/deep color 36bit/xv-YCC/1080p24fs/dts-HD) for 200ft transmit via CAT5E/6/7 LAN cable. Zero Video Latency. NOTE: We recommend using direct HDMI to HDMI connections, avoid using signal converters/adapters at all costs.
  • HDCP 1.2/1.4; 1080P/1080i/720P/576P/576i/480P/480i; Support 3D video
  • Support Video Color: 36bit(CAT7); 24bit(CAT6); Supports 2-channel PCM audio only. Supports Dolby Digital / DTS pass through if copied EDID from right display devices.
  • Support up to 200ft between the TX and RX unit; For better picture quality and longer distance transfer, we recommend to use Cat 6 or Cat 7 cable.
  • For better performance, we suggest using solid COPPER ethernet cable with this product. For GUARANTEED optimal performance, use the J-Tech Digital Customized 150ft Cat6 Ethernet Cable. Please search the ASIN number "B01IPYVT3Y" on Amazon for more details.

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Works Flawlessly! No Sync Issues on 4K content! I use 2 sets of these in my home theater. One set is used to send 4k video from my McIntosh MX121 Processor to my Sony 4k native projector over a 50' Cat6 UTP cable. A second set is used for a 75' run to the tv's in my bar at the back of the theater. High quality 2' HDMI cables connect the boxes to the devices. Works flawlessly! Prior to going this route I was having sync issues or 4k not supported issues intermittently. I have a really nice theater, it was driving me crazy to have all 4k native equipment yet troubles making it work. This solution is amazing! Now all my 4k content plays perfect, no errors, stunning picture. 5IR did not work. OK otherwise for point-to-point. Not great for TCP/IP. These TCP/IP version of extenders from different companies that look similar are really the same device inside. The differences are mostly cosmetic and production versions. They even come with identical MAC addresses, so they need to be changed via the web if more than 1 transmitter or 1 receiver are going to be installed in the same network.Transmitter default MAC is 00:0B:78:00:60:01 with IP of 192.168.168.55. Receiver is one higher for both MAC and IP.If it is only going to be used as an extender pair, then there is nothing to worry about... just plug in and go.They can be directly connected, or via Ethernet switches/hubs for longer distance. The switch/hub needs to be dedicated, though, because the high traffic rate will saturate your normal network. There is a lot of unnecessary broadcast traffic which you can filter out in your router if you are handy.Picture quality is very good, but other traffic (if not using direct cable or dedicated switch/hub) results in screen blanking.Manual does not mention any of this information. They could have at least mentioned about the same MAC address because it kills the network.My unit came with a defective IR, so remote control did not work at all. 3Finally Wife is happy -- both TVs work We have all our home theater equipment in the living room in an entertainment console, and we have a TV in the dining room. I ran an HDMI cable and IR repeater through the floor -- basement and into the dining room into the wall to the TV. The run isn't that long, about 60-70 feet but it has given us trouble over the years. I've used various active signal boosters and so on and it would work for a while until it wouldn't and something had to be restarted etc. As we've upgraded each TV to 4k, the cable in wasn't up to snuff anymore. I upgraded the cable, and that helped for a while, but any disturbance to the cable and the signal would flake out. Finally this device allows us to have clear signal in both rooms. I ran a cat6 23awg thick (as ethernet cables go) -- same run 65 feet. Terminated both ends -- connected short 6 foot 18gbs rated HDMI cables to both transmitter and repeater and everything/everybody is now happy. Between all the home theater equipment I've bought over the years this one might be the best money spent. No more complaints about signal going out in the dining room, or having to teach my wife the new method I came up with on how to reset whichever booster I connected into the line. This now works, and not having a thick HDMI cable running in through the ceiling of my basement workshop is another benefit. Can't speak about IR functionality as we still using the original wired IR kit I installed 10 years ago. 5I can honestly say that this product is okay and ... J-Tech Digital Hdmi Extender By Single Cat 5E/6/7 (The Latest & The Best) Ver 1.3 Certified For Full Hd 1080PI can honestly say that this product is okay and does the job it needs to. This item came packaged with a Received and a Transmitter. You only need one Ethernet cable to extend vs the other products that requires 2. This also needs a power source to BOTH the transmitter and the receiver.Please be aware that the video of the product advertises that it can be used to connect to a router and outputs to multiple monitors. I can tell you that it does NOT work for this product. I tried to use one transmitter and plugged it to the router AND a switch, then the receivers to each source. Nothing happens or works.Also keep in mind that the product does get very hot. I took a star off for the item being hot all the time and another star for false advertising of the multiple output.I had to buy an HDMI splitter to output to multiple monitors.[Update]Was contacted by J-Tech (awesome communication) and they had to explain to me regarding the misleading video on the product that shows it connecting to a router. That was for a different product. They were also aware of the item getting overheating issues and have an updated product that they will send me. Just for the awesome customer service, i put one star back on the review.[Update #2]Received my updated version of this item by J-tech and can say there was an improvement to the overheating issue. The product still tends to be hot but not as bad as before. Its similar to if you were to play with your phone for a while and it uses lots of resources and becomes hot. With that being said, i am upping another star for this product with the new improvement. Great job by J-Tech for the great customer service! 5Works from a Windows PC to an A/V receiver with full 7.1 audio! (Instructions below) First I tried the Monoprice 98-ft extender. It worked great without any setup, but died within a couple months, just like the next two RMA's both died. Then I tried Aukey's 196-ft extender, which worked fine, but I had to press a reset button on the box every time I wanted to use it, and it only would do stereo (a deal breaker). Finally, I tried this J-Tech single-cable HDMI v1.3 extender, and at first, it also only showed stereo as an option on my computer. So I emailed the company and they responded within the day about how to make it work. There's a feature called "EDID Copy", where you take the transmitting unit, and take it over and plug it into the TV (or in my case the A/V receiver), and then hold the "EDID Copy" button for five seconds, and it basically copies the HDMI metadata about the display to the box. So when I go back and plug everything back in correctly, it sees the extender as my A/V receiver, and all the surround sound options work perfectly! Genius! It basically makes it act more like a direct connection.For the less computer-savvy, here's how to set it up on a Windows PC. Plug the "Transmitter" box into the computer, and the "Receiver" box into the A/V receiver (or TV) on the other side. Then in Windows 10 (or any version), right-click your desktop > "Display Settings", select the additional greyed-out screen, scroll down to "Multiple Displays", and select "Extend desktop to this display". To set up audio, right-click the speaker icon in your tooltray > "Playback devices" > select the HDMI output, then click "Set Default". Then press "Configure" to see the output options and choose a surround sound option. This is where I originally only saw "stereo" as an option, and used the EDID solution above to fix it. Now it sees my A/V receiver by name and shows me all the right options, as if I were directly plugged into the receiver. 5Inexpensive solution for transmitting video and audio to a distant location within a building This worked well for my purpose. I have to deliver a live image from the church sanctuary upstairs, to our LCD projector downstairs to accommodate the extra people expected during a guest sermon. I looked a wireless solutions, but all were too expensive. I already had a reel of the require CAT 5E cable, so this was the least expensive option. I just ran the cable along the floor. Set up was a little involved, and took me about 2 hours, with the cabling, etc. Once it was up and running, it worked well. The setup transmits video and audio. I am not sure if there was any delay or not, but since I was projecting into the basement, it really did not make any difference that anyone would notice. The only issue was that if you disconnect the power, sometimes you would have to re-sync the transmitter to the receiver. It is just a matter of pressing a button, and there is a confirmation LED on the device, but I had to walk up and down the steps a few times to make sure that it really was projecting in the basement. This is an inexpensive way of transmitting audio and video to a projector or TV which is some distance away from the source. If we do this often enough, I may hard wire the CAT 5E cable through the walls and make it easier to set up next time. 4Take it back they work GREAT with 120' of Cat5e soild copper wires. Time to eat crow. After further testing of the cables that they had bought that say SOLID Cat5e UTP cable are in fact solid "Aluminum" clad not solid copper wire. So I made a run of SOLID COPPER 24 AWG Cat5e from my pull box of 120 feet and crimped on ends and in fact the extender works "GREAT". I did the flame test on there cables and they melted over. CHEAP CRAP cables!!!OLD POSTI have an application where I need HDMI 100' away BUT I have tried 3 different CAT5e cables "all new and tested working" and it will not send a picture.If I use a shorter CAT5e cable it works as expected. Maybe I will cut off the end of one and keep getting shorter to find the sweet length. I just don't have the time to run new CAT6 cables right now. 5This unit is a solid performer! Purchased 1st one for doing wired HD streaming event. Once I actually got details on where I had to place my run at the venue, it was over 200ft.I ordered this same manufacter's unit for 460+ft, but on testing, it displayed about a .5sec lag, which I could not compensate for. I ordered a second one if these minutes after that test.Had 2 Cat5e shielded 250ft cable runs made for the event and the extenders worked perfectly with no perceptible lag.One note: When I connected my Canon HF G10, the picture was between black screens and pixelated video. Connecting a 5ft Cat5e gave a perfect picture, so I also tried a 100ft Cat5e run. Back to terrible transmission quality.Next I connected an HF G30 on the 100ft, then the 250ft run and the image quality was perfect. After much tweaking, I found out the issue was the HDMI output camera setting. The G10 had been in 1080p, while the G30 was in 1080i. Changed the G10 to 1080i and I had a perfect picture on the run longer than spec distance.***Pro tip:. Make sure output from camera is 1080i.....but if you need 1080p, try something else***In setting up for event, I had 3 G30s and the G10 connected into laptop using vMix. The G10 and one G30 were on the extenders and captured with Magewell X100USB Gen 2 units with 250ft Cat5e. The other G30s were connected to laptop with Magewell X100USB Gen1s.Setting up a 4 camera display, all 4 camera had perfect sync, again no perceptible lag. My streaming event was held outdoors in FL this past Saturday (high 80s) for 6:30 total streaming time. The two cameras placed for interviews on extenders were in full sun exposure the entire day, beginning at 11am. They performed flawlessly.Highly recommend these units and I'll be using them this coming week. 5Works, but only for a while... Amazon customer for several years, but this my first review and hope it saves someone else from my mistake. Purchased this product in May 2016 to extend an HDMI signal from a security camera network video recorder to an LCD monitor about 60 feet away using Cat 5e cable. Unfortunately, the J-Tech product is not reliable, at least for my simple application. J-Tech Digital did repeatedly replace the product under warranty (I paid return shipping the first time only), but could never tell me what was causing the failures. However I've now had four (4) sets of these extenders fail, typically after a few weeks or months. J-Tech would not refund my money and warranty is now expired. So, after all my time and effort for the past year, I have no working product and I'm out the original $60 purchase price. This past weekend, I spent another afternoon of my time and $50 more to install a 60' long HDMI cable instead. Wish I would have started with this approach. 1Works great with proper Ethernet terminations. Works well and image quality is good as expected. We are using these to run our Synology NVR image to an hdmi port on our main TV. The only issue I had with these extenders was that I was running it through a network patch panel and to a wall jack that were both wired 568A. So from the transmitting extender to the panel I had a patch cable. From the wall outlet to the receiver extender I had a patch cable. The issue was the patch cables like almost all Ethernet cables you buy are wired 568b. So there is a wiring mismatch that the extenders did not like. I assume the extenders are not auto sensing like most pc nic cards because no image with b to a to a to b cabling path. Once I made the cabling 568b all the way through these extenders worked great. 4
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Works Flawlessly! No Sync Issues on 4K content! I use 2 sets of these in my home theater. One set is used to send 4k video from my McIntosh MX121 Processor to my Sony 4k native projector over a 50' Cat6 UTP cable. A second set is used for a 75' run to the tv's in my bar at the back of the theater. High quality 2' HDMI cables connect the boxes to the devices. Works flawlessly! Prior to going this route I was having sync issues or 4k not supported issues intermittently. I have a really nice theater, it was driving me crazy to have all 4k native equipment yet troubles making it work. This solution is amazing! Now all my 4k content plays perfect, no errors, stunning picture. 5IR did not work. OK otherwise for point-to-point. Not great for TCP/IP. These TCP/IP version of extenders from different companies that look similar are really the same device inside. The differences are mostly cosmetic and production versions. They even come with identical MAC addresses, so they need to be changed via the web if more than 1 transmitter or 1 receiver are going to be installed in the same network.Transmitter default MAC is 00:0B:78:00:60:01 with IP of 192.168.168.55. Receiver is one higher for both MAC and IP.If it is only going to be used as an extender pair, then there is nothing to worry about... just plug in and go.They can be directly connected, or via Ethernet switches/hubs for longer distance. The switch/hub needs to be dedicated, though, because the high traffic rate will saturate your normal network. There is a lot of unnecessary broadcast traffic which you can filter out in your router if you are handy.Picture quality is very good, but other traffic (if not using direct cable or dedicated switch/hub) results in screen blanking.Manual does not mention any of this information. They could have at least mentioned about the same MAC address because it kills the network.My unit came with a defective IR, so remote control did not work at all. 3Finally Wife is happy -- both TVs work We have all our home theater equipment in the living room in an entertainment console, and we have a TV in the dining room. I ran an HDMI cable and IR repeater through the floor -- basement and into the dining room into the wall to the TV. The run isn't that long, about 60-70 feet but it has given us trouble over the years. I've used various active signal boosters and so on and it would work for a while until it wouldn't and something had to be restarted etc. As we've upgraded each TV to 4k, the cable in wasn't up to snuff anymore. I upgraded the cable, and that helped for a while, but any disturbance to the cable and the signal would flake out. Finally this device allows us to have clear signal in both rooms. I ran a cat6 23awg thick (as ethernet cables go) -- same run 65 feet. Terminated both ends -- connected short 6 foot 18gbs rated HDMI cables to both transmitter and repeater and everything/everybody is now happy. Between all the home theater equipment I've bought over the years this one might be the best money spent. No more complaints about signal going out in the dining room, or having to teach my wife the new method I came up with on how to reset whichever booster I connected into the line. This now works, and not having a thick HDMI cable running in through the ceiling of my basement workshop is another benefit. Can't speak about IR functionality as we still using the original wired IR kit I installed 10 years ago. 5I can honestly say that this product is okay and ... J-Tech Digital Hdmi Extender By Single Cat 5E/6/7 (The Latest & The Best) Ver 1.3 Certified For Full Hd 1080PI can honestly say that this product is okay and does the job it needs to. This item came packaged with a Received and a Transmitter. You only need one Ethernet cable to extend vs the other products that requires 2. This also needs a power source to BOTH the transmitter and the receiver.Please be aware that the video of the product advertises that it can be used to connect to a router and outputs to multiple monitors. I can tell you that it does NOT work for this product. I tried to use one transmitter and plugged it to the router AND a switch, then the receivers to each source. Nothing happens or works.Also keep in mind that the product does get very hot. I took a star off for the item being hot all the time and another star for false advertising of the multiple output.I had to buy an HDMI splitter to output to multiple monitors.[Update]Was contacted by J-Tech (awesome communication) and they had to explain to me regarding the misleading video on the product that shows it connecting to a router. That was for a different product. They were also aware of the item getting overheating issues and have an updated product that they will send me. Just for the awesome customer service, i put one star back on the review.[Update #2]Received my updated version of this item by J-tech and can say there was an improvement to the overheating issue. The product still tends to be hot but not as bad as before. Its similar to if you were to play with your phone for a while and it uses lots of resources and becomes hot. With that being said, i am upping another star for this product with the new improvement. Great job by J-Tech for the great customer service! 5Works from a Windows PC to an A/V receiver with full 7.1 audio! (Instructions below) First I tried the Monoprice 98-ft extender. It worked great without any setup, but died within a couple months, just like the next two RMA's both died. Then I tried Aukey's 196-ft extender, which worked fine, but I had to press a reset button on the box every time I wanted to use it, and it only would do stereo (a deal breaker). Finally, I tried this J-Tech single-cable HDMI v1.3 extender, and at first, it also only showed stereo as an option on my computer. So I emailed the company and they responded within the day about how to make it work. There's a feature called "EDID Copy", where you take the transmitting unit, and take it over and plug it into the TV (or in my case the A/V receiver), and then hold the "EDID Copy" button for five seconds, and it basically copies the HDMI metadata about the display to the box. So when I go back and plug everything back in correctly, it sees the extender as my A/V receiver, and all the surround sound options work perfectly! Genius! It basically makes it act more like a direct connection.For the less computer-savvy, here's how to set it up on a Windows PC. Plug the "Transmitter" box into the computer, and the "Receiver" box into the A/V receiver (or TV) on the other side. Then in Windows 10 (or any version), right-click your desktop > "Display Settings", select the additional greyed-out screen, scroll down to "Multiple Displays", and select "Extend desktop to this display". To set up audio, right-click the speaker icon in your tooltray > "Playback devices" > select the HDMI output, then click "Set Default". Then press "Configure" to see the output options and choose a surround sound option. This is where I originally only saw "stereo" as an option, and used the EDID solution above to fix it. Now it sees my A/V receiver by name and shows me all the right options, as if I were directly plugged into the receiver. 5Inexpensive solution for transmitting video and audio to a distant location within a building This worked well for my purpose. I have to deliver a live image from the church sanctuary upstairs, to our LCD projector downstairs to accommodate the extra people expected during a guest sermon. I looked a wireless solutions, but all were too expensive. I already had a reel of the require CAT 5E cable, so this was the least expensive option. I just ran the cable along the floor. Set up was a little involved, and took me about 2 hours, with the cabling, etc. Once it was up and running, it worked well. The setup transmits video and audio. I am not sure if there was any delay or not, but since I was projecting into the basement, it really did not make any difference that anyone would notice. The only issue was that if you disconnect the power, sometimes you would have to re-sync the transmitter to the receiver. It is just a matter of pressing a button, and there is a confirmation LED on the device, but I had to walk up and down the steps a few times to make sure that it really was projecting in the basement. This is an inexpensive way of transmitting audio and video to a projector or TV which is some distance away from the source. If we do this often enough, I may hard wire the CAT 5E cable through the walls and make it easier to set up next time. 4Take it back they work GREAT with 120' of Cat5e soild copper wires. Time to eat crow. After further testing of the cables that they had bought that say SOLID Cat5e UTP cable are in fact solid "Aluminum" clad not solid copper wire. So I made a run of SOLID COPPER 24 AWG Cat5e from my pull box of 120 feet and crimped on ends and in fact the extender works "GREAT". I did the flame test on there cables and they melted over. CHEAP CRAP cables!!!OLD POSTI have an application where I need HDMI 100' away BUT I have tried 3 different CAT5e cables "all new and tested working" and it will not send a picture.If I use a shorter CAT5e cable it works as expected. Maybe I will cut off the end of one and keep getting shorter to find the sweet length. I just don't have the time to run new CAT6 cables right now. 5This unit is a solid performer! Purchased 1st one for doing wired HD streaming event. Once I actually got details on where I had to place my run at the venue, it was over 200ft.I ordered this same manufacter's unit for 460+ft, but on testing, it displayed about a .5sec lag, which I could not compensate for. I ordered a second one if these minutes after that test.Had 2 Cat5e shielded 250ft cable runs made for the event and the extenders worked perfectly with no perceptible lag.One note: When I connected my Canon HF G10, the picture was between black screens and pixelated video. Connecting a 5ft Cat5e gave a perfect picture, so I also tried a 100ft Cat5e run. Back to terrible transmission quality.Next I connected an HF G30 on the 100ft, then the 250ft run and the image quality was perfect. After much tweaking, I found out the issue was the HDMI output camera setting. The G10 had been in 1080p, while the G30 was in 1080i. Changed the G10 to 1080i and I had a perfect picture on the run longer than spec distance.***Pro tip:. Make sure output from camera is 1080i.....but if you need 1080p, try something else***In setting up for event, I had 3 G30s and the G10 connected into laptop using vMix. The G10 and one G30 were on the extenders and captured with Magewell X100USB Gen 2 units with 250ft Cat5e. The other G30s were connected to laptop with Magewell X100USB Gen1s.Setting up a 4 camera display, all 4 camera had perfect sync, again no perceptible lag. My streaming event was held outdoors in FL this past Saturday (high 80s) for 6:30 total streaming time. The two cameras placed for interviews on extenders were in full sun exposure the entire day, beginning at 11am. They performed flawlessly.Highly recommend these units and I'll be using them this coming week. 5Works, but only for a while... Amazon customer for several years, but this my first review and hope it saves someone else from my mistake. Purchased this product in May 2016 to extend an HDMI signal from a security camera network video recorder to an LCD monitor about 60 feet away using Cat 5e cable. Unfortunately, the J-Tech product is not reliable, at least for my simple application. J-Tech Digital did repeatedly replace the product under warranty (I paid return shipping the first time only), but could never tell me what was causing the failures. However I've now had four (4) sets of these extenders fail, typically after a few weeks or months. J-Tech would not refund my money and warranty is now expired. So, after all my time and effort for the past year, I have no working product and I'm out the original $60 purchase price. This past weekend, I spent another afternoon of my time and $50 more to install a 60' long HDMI cable instead. Wish I would have started with this approach. 1Works great with proper Ethernet terminations. Works well and image quality is good as expected. We are using these to run our Synology NVR image to an hdmi port on our main TV. The only issue I had with these extenders was that I was running it through a network patch panel and to a wall jack that were both wired 568A. So from the transmitting extender to the panel I had a patch cable. From the wall outlet to the receiver extender I had a patch cable. The issue was the patch cables like almost all Ethernet cables you buy are wired 568b. So there is a wiring mismatch that the extenders did not like. I assume the extenders are not auto sensing like most pc nic cards because no image with b to a to a to b cabling path. Once I made the cabling 568b all the way through these extenders worked great. 4
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