What's special about this extender?
- Boosts your signal and eliminates the signal degradation that happens in long HDMI cable runs over 15' so you get clear audio and video
- Plug and play installation is simple and easy, requires little time to setup
- Ideal for joining or extending the length of two HDMI cables
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Vanco's HDMI Extenders will actively boost HDMI signals from 100' up to 164' ensuring sharp images up to HDTV 1080p. This compact device supports flat panels, plasma screens, projectors, switches, splitters, computer video displays, set-top boxes, DTV, and DVD with HDMI.
- Offers high quality 1080p resolutions for UXGA
- Delivers clean, uncompressed digital signals for longer length connections
- HDCP Compliant
- Works with both HDMI and DVI (DVI requires an adapter)
- Manufacturer warranty 120 days
Use the VAN-280520 if connecting to an external source of power IS possible.
Use the VAN-280320 when you need to bury the unit in the wall and there is NO external power source possible
|VAN-280520 Active Extender|
|Input/Output Connector Type||HDMI (19 pin - Type A) female jack|
|Operation Frequency||Up to 165 MHZ|
|Data Rate||1.65 Gbps|
|Total Transmitting Range||1080p/1080i/720p - 164' total length|
|Power Supply||5V DC center-positive external power source|
|Dimensions||3.27" x 2.91" x 0.87"|
|VAN-280320 Passive Extender|
|Total Transmitting Range||1080p/1080i/720p - 100' total length|
What is a HDMI Extender?
A HDMI Extender allows to increase the length of HDMI cable used in your theater system. It is especially useful in DLP projector systems where the source and projector are far apart. The unique circuitry automatically provides compensation for DVI, HDMI cables by equalization, buffering, and de-jittering the TMDS signals which cover long cable runs.
Where should I place the HDMI Extender?
It should be placed as close to the Projector or Monitor as possible to realize its full capability. In other words, the HDMI Extender should be placed so that the longer cable is at the HDMI input because it can boost a less-corrupted signal, thus ensuring that the quality at the output end is high. If you put it at the projector, all the errors will be in there already, so it won't do any good.
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