OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

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Connector Type
DVI, HDMI
Cable Type
Ethernet
Compatible Devices
Tablet
Brand
OREI
Model Name
EX-165C


Description

Uses one piece of CAT6 cable to extend the HDTV display up to 164 feet (50 meters) for 1080p. It not only breaks the limitation of the HDMI cable transmission length but also has more flexibility and convenience in cable construction. It is equipped with HDMI (high definition multimedia interface) connector and is capable of supporting DVI (digital visual interface) equipment when used with an HDMI to DVI Adapter, providing greater flexibility and options when integrating several home theater components. Extender system consists of a sender and a receiver unit. Connect HDMI source such as a set-top box, DVD player, or gaming console connects to the Sender unit with the HDMI cable (not included in this order).

Features & details

Features

  • high quality video extender: extends the hdmi signal up to 165 feet (50 meters) - for best picture quality use high quality cat5e/cat6 cable
  • full compatibility: compatible with blu-ray, ps3, xbox 360, satellite boxes and laptops. ideal for test bench facilities, data centers, and help desks
  • plug and play installation: no driver required. surface mountable metal housing allows easy placement; sturdy metal body provides durability and minimizes emi/rfi noise interference. fcc, ce & rohs compliant
  • hdmi extender by cat6 2x uses one piece of cat6 cable to extend the hdtv display up to 165 feet for 1080p full hd signal. has more flexibility and convenience in cable construction.
  • Compatible devices: Tablet

Product information 165 Feet , HDMI Extender

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Q: will this work connected to powerline?

A: No. You need to have a dedicated cat5 cable between the two parts

Dane R. Dashney | 5 years ago

Q: Just got my orei extender hooked up and adjusted and the video and audio are fine but i ca…

A: The blaster should be connected to the device which you want to control via the orei trans…

chike | 1 year ago

Q: Screen goes black every 6 seconds on 43" samsung led tv but works fine on 20" samsung. is …

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Keith | 2 years ago

Q: does the IR work with satellite boxes

A: Don’t know. I had cable box

paul | 3 years ago

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4.2 out of 54.2 out of 5
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Steverz
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I used this to connect my main/gaming PC to my projector in my great room about 100 ft away
Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2017
Style: 165 FeetPattern: HDMI Extender
I just about never write reviews. I''m compelled to say something about this product. I used this to connect my main/gaming PC to my projector in my great room about 100 ft away. I ran CAT 6 through the attic and two insulated exterior walls. I tried the Steam Link... See more
I just about never write reviews. I''m compelled to say something about this product. I used this to connect my main/gaming PC to my projector in my great room about 100 ft away. I ran CAT 6 through the attic and two insulated exterior walls.
I tried the Steam Link to accomplish this, but with the 135 inch screen size the compression artifacts and quality loss were too obvious. Plus I wanted to game in 3D and that can only work over a direct connection from the PC to the projector.
With the EDID handshake, this bad boy works with my 3D projector flawlessly.
It operates exactly as good as my PC did when directly connected to the projector.
There are no compression artifacts, no quality loss, no frame drops... nothing I could detect.
I''m super impressed with this, especially for the price.
Coupled with a USB over CAT6 adapter and a USB hub on the receiving end, I''ve extended my PC two rooms away. My projector operates as a 3rd screen. Too awesome!
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Adam R
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Easy to setup, however, unreliable
Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2020
Style: 165 FeetPattern: HDMI Extender
I bought this to livestream church services during COVID-19. We ran a 150ft CAT6 cable and as long as the source HDMI signal remained on at all times, the receiver worked flawlessly. However, as soon as I had to swap a battery on the camera supplying the source signal, the... See more
I bought this to livestream church services during COVID-19. We ran a 150ft CAT6 cable and as long as the source HDMI signal remained on at all times, the receiver worked flawlessly. However, as soon as I had to swap a battery on the camera supplying the source signal, the receiver would never come back up on its own - in other words, we were left with a black signal / no signal. As soon as I unplugged the ethernet and power from the receiver, and then plugged them back in, the signal would come up and remain up. Of course we can work around this little nuance, but it is a pain. Basically if the source signal goes out, the receiver loses sync permanently until it is "rebooted".

Really bummed to be honest.
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Erik
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
fiddly/finicky to get working but a great result -- save yourself a headache and get the right cable
Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2020
Style: 165 FeetPattern: HDMI Extender
getting the right cable was a huge and costly headache -- do not believe their claims of being able to work with cat 5 or cat 6 cable. what they claim to be able to do is to work with any cable that is rated for 1 Gbps and that they will overdrive it and push a... See more
getting the right cable was a huge and costly headache -- do not believe their claims of being able to work with cat 5 or cat 6 cable.

what they claim to be able to do is to work with any cable that is rated for 1 Gbps and that they will overdrive it and push a 4.9 Gbps signal through it. perhaps for very short distances this actually works. but in reality these misleading claims produce a huge headache and an unusable quality of signal. specifically cat 6 cable does NOT work and don''t even think of using cat 5.

What does work is a 100 foot cat 6A or cat 7 cable rated for 10 Gbps. Once that was installed the 1920x1080 @ 60Hz signal was great.

subtracted 2 stars because of the misleading claims that caused me a huge headache, I foolishly didn''t take the extra time to set up a test because of the hassle involved of moving the computer, so instead I ran the cable through the attic and then had to go out and buy another/better cable and run that after I couldn''t get the first cable to work.

Further Note: originally I had planned to use a wireless system. But after reading tons of reviews I concluded that the wireless systems are unreliable and have poor quality images (the video signal gets compressed and degraded) and I only found one of them where people were happy with the speed. every single wireless unit that I read about (but one) introduces a perceptible delay between the source and the projected (remote) image. if your audio is taken from the source then this delay is unacceptable. that is the reason I chose to go with a wired system even though I really wanted to avoid the install.

after reading tons and tons and tons of reviews. I chose this wired system and I am happy to report that with the correct high speed cable, this system works great. I was unable to observe any perceptible delays and the image quality is indistinguishable from a direct connection to the monitor/projector.

installation Tips:
1) If possible, test first before you run the cables through walls and attic etc.. I know it''s a hassle to move the computer, but it is a much bigger hassle to have to redo everything.

2) this uses some switches to set the signal strength. The thing is though that if the signal is too strong it won''t work and if it is too weak it also won''t work. and there is not any good indication either, which basically leaves you guessing. With a long cable, try starting at the highest strength setting and work your way down, with a short cable start at the lowest setting and work your way up. Set the computer (video source) to display a static image at the desired resolution. Although not strictly necessary, I found it helpful to cycle the power on the box every time I changed the switch setting (but see below for note about the power). and then wait for about 30 seconds to see if it succeeds in syncing. once I got a signal then I went one step further on the switches. so if you started with the strongest signal go down (weaker) by one more step. and if you started at the weakest signal, go up (stronger) by one more step. this ensures that you are not sitting on the edge of a borderline signal and are solidly in the zone.

3) Power is weird but handy... if you look at the pictures, in a previous model, only one end -- the transmitter -- had a power plug (and supply), the other end did not. In the model that I received, both ends are powered and come with power supplies (aka wall wart). But here is the thing... this system uses POE = Power Over Ethernet. What that does is that it sends DC power over the same cable that is used for the signal. This is a Very Nice Feature. It means that you only have to plug in one side, either the transmitter or the receiver and both sides will receive power. You can also plug in both sides and that does not appear to cause any problems. But note that if you do this and you want to cycle the power on the receiver box you must unplug both it''s power and the network cable, otherwise it continues to be powered over the network cable and does not do a reset.

4) The pass through video (AKA Loop video) is very useful for troubleshooting and during configuration of the signal strength setting. the transmitter box has an HDMI Out that you can plug a monitor into. it also has an EDID switch. What EDID does is it allows the computer (or whatever) to ask the monitor what resolutions and frequencies it can display. the computer (or other video source) then selects a resolution that it knows how to support, from the list of available resolutions. But what happens when it can''t get a signal from the remote monitor due to a faulty cable? chaos!!! that''s what. So to avoid this mess, set the EDID switch to use the directly connected monitor as the source for the resolution info. then you will have a stable video output while you try various signal strength settings. Once you have it working, don''t forget to set the EDID switch back to the remote monitor unless the pass through monitor is going to be permanently attached, otherwise the next time you cycle the power you will be back to chaos...

Bottom Line: It was a pain to get this working, especially because of them saying it will work with cables that won''t actually work (also the docs aren''t great, but that is pretty typical). But once you get it running, it is a great system and worth every penny. We are very happy with it, even if I did have to crawl through the attic twice.

Disclaimer: I paid full price for everything. I rely heavily on the reviews of other people. If you found this review helpful I would be grateful if you give it a Like. Thank You.
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Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Affordable and just works!
Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2017
Style: 165 FeetPattern: HDMI Extender
Wow I was skeptical that this would work considering many of these are twice the price. This just works and whats nice about this one over some of the competition is that only the sender requires power. So if you have a wall mount TV in another room, you can just tuck the... See more
Wow I was skeptical that this would work considering many of these are twice the price. This just works and whats nice about this one over some of the competition is that only the sender requires power. So if you have a wall mount TV in another room, you can just tuck the receiver behind the TV and not worry about how your are going to power it.

Also the sender not only has an input but an output as well. So in my test case a Dish Network receiver went into the sender, and then the output of the sender went into the local TV. In another room connected via Cat5e the cable goes right into this OREI receiver and then into another TV. The IR repeater function worked flawlessly as well.

Finally if that''s not the icing on the cake, we received this item 18 1/2 hours after we ordered it online! I would consider this item for future projects and as long as it hold up I would definitely buy again.
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Sheldon Gilbert
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Didn''t work reliably for me.
Reviewed in the United States on May 23, 2018
Style: 165 FeetPattern: HDMI Extender
Units are small and can be powered by only plugging the transformer into one side. That is the good part. More critically, using a brand new 100ft cat-6 cable that I purchased, professionally terminated, from Amazon, the thing simply doesn''t work well. The... See more
Units are small and can be powered by only plugging the transformer into one side. That is the good part.

More critically, using a brand new 100ft cat-6 cable that I purchased, professionally terminated, from Amazon, the thing simply doesn''t work well. The image flickers and has all sorts of video artifacts. I was using an 3rd generation Apple TV and my 52" flat panel TV. They work great when they are right next to each other with a short HDMI cable, but when I put this extender in between, I get pretty curmby video. There are 3 switches which you can use to "tune" the performance to match your cable length but knowing that my cable was exactly 100ft didn''t help as even the best switch setting didn''t work well enough. There are other choices on Amazon which cost a little more, but automatically correct for cable length. I have since returned this product and purchased one of those other units and it works great. Can''t recommend OREI.
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Jimfl47
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
For two years these are solid as a rock
Reviewed in the United States on May 4, 2021
Style: 165 FeetPattern: HDMI Extender
I bought these cause others have failed, I think cause of lightning. I noticed that this Reciever and Sender only need to be supplied power on one end which I believe helped with the ground issues when powering them from different circuit break grounds. One side powers the... See more
I bought these cause others have failed, I think cause of lightning. I noticed that this Reciever and Sender only need to be supplied power on one end which I believe helped with the ground issues when powering them from different circuit break grounds. One side powers the other with the same ground at the input of the receiver. I live in Florida and we get a lot of lightning and these two have been powered on 24/7 for two years with no problems at all. There is a slight delay, maybe a tenth of a second which is noticible if one can hear the source TV. Other than that, the picture and sound are excellent. I will buy again even if this product fails which I do not think it will.
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dvan@VAB
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good Video/Audio but no IR
Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2019
Style: 165 FeetPattern: HDMI Extender
Got my extender hooked up and adjusted. The length adjustment I had to settle on for steady audio produces some little sparkles in the video that are visible when close but pretty much are unseen at a normal viewing distance. The biggest problem is the IR function is not... See more
Got my extender hooked up and adjusted. The length adjustment I had to settle on for steady audio produces some little sparkles in the video that are visible when close but pretty much are unseen at a normal viewing distance. The biggest problem is the IR function is not working. Tried every thing I could think of but have had no luck so far, so only 4 stars awarded.
Update: Changing my rating to 5 stars. The IR function is now working. Found that I had actually not located the DVR''s IR window so, after securing the blaster to the shelf in front of the DVR, I used some cardboard squares in front of the DVR and slid them around until I located where the sensor was. BOOYAH!
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Bill Trehern
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
An HDMI solution that works
Reviewed in the United States on March 8, 2019
Style: 165 FeetPattern: HDMI Extender
I used the system for church and it functioned flawlessly. I’m showing video on a ~65” flat screen located at the front of the church. I’m controlling the “monitor” with my laptop from the back of the church. (Approximately 60’) the actual Cat 6 cable length is 85’. Not... See more
I used the system for church and it functioned flawlessly. I’m showing video on a ~65” flat screen located at the front of the church. I’m controlling the “monitor” with my laptop from the back of the church. (Approximately 60’) the actual Cat 6 cable length is 85’. Not only did the system function flawlessly, but the video seemed to be more vibrant than it was when using a 100’ HDMI cable with a repeater. More importantly though, the company was very responsive and helpful when I had an issue that ended up being a bad, new out of the box, Cat 6 cable. I''m very satisfied with this product.
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Al
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Installed in my Media Room
Reviewed in Canada on September 26, 2020
I had a 50 foot run from my Video Amp to my projector in the back of my media room. I tried a number of these HDMI to CAT5e converters and one of them did not work at all, one of them worked great but every 15-20 minutes would drop the signal for 1 second. One of them was a...See more
I had a 50 foot run from my Video Amp to my projector in the back of my media room. I tried a number of these HDMI to CAT5e converters and one of them did not work at all, one of them worked great but every 15-20 minutes would drop the signal for 1 second. One of them was a dual Cat 5e and the other was a single Cat5e version. Decided to order this one in efforts to get the media room running without issue. Arrived super fast and was not sure of it was going to work. It comes shipped with the DIP switches set for the max run which was 165 feet. I tried that setting but did not get a signal to the projector. Changed the settings on the DIP switches to what they should have been for 50 feet run and picture showed immediately. I then went through the awful task of watching a few movies to see if it dropped the signal and it was perfect. The 1080P signal is clears as ever and just made it through Saving Private Ryan with exceptional picture quality. [Pioneer Elite 7.2 Sound] [Epson 1080P 3D Projector] [108 inch Screen (Wide Screen)] This product is rock solid, I used single strand Cat5e and run was 50 feet, no issues, well built product. I had to post this since I went through so many others that did not perform as well and hope that this helps the next person building that great media room experience.
I had a 50 foot run from my Video Amp to my projector in the back of my media room. I tried a number of these HDMI to CAT5e converters and one of them did not work at all, one of them worked great but every 15-20 minutes would drop the signal for 1 second. One of them was a dual Cat 5e and the other was a single Cat5e version. Decided to order this one in efforts to get the media room running without issue. Arrived super fast and was not sure of it was going to work.

It comes shipped with the DIP switches set for the max run which was 165 feet. I tried that setting but did not get a signal to the projector. Changed the settings on the DIP switches to what they should have been for 50 feet run and picture showed immediately. I then went through the awful task of watching a few movies to see if it dropped the signal and it was perfect.

The 1080P signal is clears as ever and just made it through Saving Private Ryan with exceptional picture quality.
[Pioneer Elite 7.2 Sound]
[Epson 1080P 3D Projector]
[108 inch Screen (Wide Screen)]

This product is rock solid, I used single strand Cat5e and run was 50 feet, no issues, well built product. I had to post this since I went through so many others that did not perform as well and hope that this helps the next person building that great media room experience.
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Javier
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Hacen la funcion
Reviewed in Mexico on July 16, 2020
Ojo, estos aparatitos no tienen direccion ip ni nada, solo que se comunican atravez de la red cableada, a juro debes usar ya sea punto a punto o pasar por un router conectando uno al router y de alli el otro debe estar conectado a otro cable que este conectado a ese mismo...See more
Ojo, estos aparatitos no tienen direccion ip ni nada, solo que se comunican atravez de la red cableada, a juro debes usar ya sea punto a punto o pasar por un router conectando uno al router y de alli el otro debe estar conectado a otro cable que este conectado a ese mismo router o a un switch que se conecte a ese router para que funcione, si no estan en la misma red fisica no va a funcionar
Ojo, estos aparatitos no tienen direccion ip ni nada, solo que se comunican atravez de la red cableada, a juro debes usar ya sea punto a punto o pasar por un router conectando uno al router y de alli el otro debe estar conectado a otro cable que este conectado a ese mismo router o a un switch que se conecte a ese router para que funcione, si no estan en la misma red fisica no va a funcionar
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technut
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
God price for quality product.
Reviewed in Canada on May 11, 2020
Worked as expected, you will need to tweak the settings based on the cat cable length, but once adjusted, no issues with picture quality. (Setup with 25 feet of cat5e cabling in conference room)
Worked as expected, you will need to tweak the settings based on the cat cable length, but once adjusted, no issues with picture quality.

(Setup with 25 feet of cat5e cabling in conference room)
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Bruno
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Works perfectly to transmit HDMI over CAT5 and also have and IR transmitter and split the signal at the transmission unit.
Reviewed in Canada on December 20, 2017
I used it to connect the bedroom TV with also to my leaving room TV setup box and it is working perfectly already for more than a week. The transmitter unit not only has the RJ45 transmitter port but also has a 2nd HDMI port that I use to connect the local TV. The HDMI...See more
I used it to connect the bedroom TV with also to my leaving room TV setup box and it is working perfectly already for more than a week. The transmitter unit not only has the RJ45 transmitter port but also has a 2nd HDMI port that I use to connect the local TV. The HDMI extender system also transit the IR signals from the receiving unit (in my bedroom) to the TV setup box, this allow me to change channels from my bed room. The only minor aspect is that changing channels using the IR function is not as responsive as changing locally but still pretty good.
I used it to connect the bedroom TV with also to my leaving room TV setup box and it is working perfectly already for more than a week.
The transmitter unit not only has the RJ45 transmitter port but also has a 2nd HDMI port that I use to connect the local TV. The HDMI extender system also transit the IR signals from the receiving unit (in my bedroom) to the TV setup box, this allow me to change channels from my bed room. The only minor aspect is that changing channels using the IR function is not as responsive as changing locally but still pretty good.
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M.E. Pillai
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
HDMI Extender performance
Reviewed in India on July 3, 2020
Yes it is working fine. But one problem i faced is while restarting after power failure display is not coming back. Then HDMI cable has to be removed and re inserted then only it will work. The reason is unknown.
Yes it is working fine. But one problem i faced is while restarting after power failure display is not coming back. Then HDMI cable has to be removed and re inserted then only it will work. The reason is unknown.
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OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale

OREI 164-Feet HDMI Extender Over sale Single CAT5e/CAT6 up to 1080p, Full HD, Loop Out Option, with IR outlet sale (EX-165C) sale