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Tripp Lite HDMI over Dual Cat5/Cat6 Extender Wall Plate Kit $58 Free Shipping

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Locate your HDMI display screen up to 150 ft. away from the HDMI source when using 24Awg, Solid Wire Cat6 cabling.
Supports video resolutions up to 1080p (24Hz) or 1080i (60Hz)
Transfers both Digital Video and Audio Signals
HDCP compliant

https://www.amazon.com/Tripp-Lite...001CJ9392/
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150ft unpowered/passive?? Intrigued but dubious.

reviews are hit and miss
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Not totally unbelievable if it uses cat5/6 cables
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1080p for all that trouble and money 🤷 ♂️
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1080p for all that trouble and money 🤷 ♂️
Totally agree 👍
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Is this price a good deal? I've never priced one of these before.
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requires TWO (2) CAT5e/CAT6 cables and only does 1080P

This is cheaper for the same functionality: https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=8009
or this w/ IR capability for slightly more: https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=8008

Best thing would be pay about $100 to get HDBaseT HDMI extender that uses a single CAT6 that can do 4K.
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1080p for all that trouble and money 🤷 ♂️
srsly! $60 and I still have to run the cables?
How much for the 480p relay/wall plate?
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All the reviews for 2020 are giving this product a 1 star review and there are reviews from 2015 as well. As someone who is looking at this type of product for a project in a year or two i would not even install it if it was free. For the specs it's just not worth the hassle to live with until the next project.
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Cheaper to use the Amazon 4k HDR cable AmazonBasics CL3 Rated (In-Wall... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B014I8T...b_ap_share
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Curious is anyone planning to use this? I don't understand the use case for this. I have Ethernet in every room but who has TWO at the end points needed (and if they do they are probably already using it for their LAN). This has to be a home run so I imagine this is a new cable run. If I'm going to do that why wouldn't I run conduit to future proof and use a straight hdmi cable now?
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Curious is anyone planning to use this? I don't understand the use case for this. I have Ethernet in every room but who has TWO at the end points needed (and if they do they are probably already using it for their LAN). This has to be a home run so I imagine this is a new cable run. If I'm going to do that why wouldn't I run conduit to future proof and use a straight hdmi cable now?
I believe HDMI cables can only be officially certified/compliant at runs of 45' or less.

50' is the generally considered the maximum reliable length.
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Curious is anyone planning to use this? I don't understand the use case for this. I have Ethernet in every room but who has TWO at the end points needed (and if they do they are probably already using it for their LAN). This has to be a home run so I imagine this is a new cable run. If I'm going to do that why wouldn't I run conduit to future proof and use a straight hdmi cable now?
also for our offices, i("it") was cheaper and easier to run CAT 6 cabling than long runs of HDMI. That said I would probably go with equipment that would future proof your install up to 4k or higher.

Tripplite 4k "extenders": https://www.amazon.com/Tripp-Lite...67fb5d95bd

https://www.tripplite.com/hdmi-ov...B127E1A1HH

There are cheaper and more expensive alternatives. We used Altona/Crestron but I was blown away at the high costs for high-end A/V equipment.
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Curious is anyone planning to use this? I don't understand the use case for this. I have Ethernet in every room but who has TWO at the end points needed (and if they do they are probably already using it for their LAN). This has to be a home run so I imagine this is a new cable run. If I'm going to do that why wouldn't I run conduit to future proof and use a straight hdmi cable now?
I am assuming this can be used for streaming from a NAS placed in a closet or for CCTV to a bigger screen.
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Can anyone recommend a wireless streaming for 4k? I was going to try the epson, but it has mixed reviews.
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