Our 1x8 HDMI Splitter over Coax
cables allows a single HDMI device to be split 8-ways and sent to 8-displays via a RG-6 Coax cable. The 8-coax to HDMI transmitters and receivers are included.
1x8 HDMI Splitter over Coax Features:
- Automatic configuration.
- Connects up to 8 HDMI/DVI displays via one RG6 Coax cable at the same time to one Video source.
- Supports 480i, 576i, 720p, 1080i and 1080p resolutions.
- Only one RG6 Coax cable is needed to extend an HDMI signal up to 120 meters (~300 feet).
- Works with HDMI v1.3 compliant devices.
- Easy to install and simple to use.
The RG-6 Coax cable cable can be up to 120 meters at 1080p @ 60Hz. After connection of cables, power up (or re-start) all the equipment and you will have HDMI Audio/Video duplication at all 8-locations. It works with the Blue-Ray DVD Players, computers, game consoles, person Video recorders and satellite set-top boxes that connect to HDMI HDTV displays.
How the Splitter over Coax works:
NOTE 1: The included power adapters for the HDMI Splitter over Coax receivers must be plugged before the connection of the RG6 Coax cables. When the power LED of receiver emits light, then connect the RG6 coax cable to the receiver. Always follow this initialization procedure on the receiver if power has to been cycled due to a power outage or for troubleshooting purposes.
- Connect your HDMI source to the "input" port on the Z8CB transmitter using the standard 6 foot HDMI cable.
- Using the 8-6 foot HDMI cables, connect each the "output" port on the CAT5 to HDMI receivers
- Plug the DC5V Power Adapter into each of the coax to HDMI receivers.
- Connect each of the CAT5 to HDMI receivers (up to 8) to the HDMI over Coax Distribution Amplifier transmitter using a single RG6 Coax cable.
- Connect the included DC5V Power Adapter to the HDMI over Coax Distribution Amplifier transmitter.
- Power on the displays and the source
NOTE 2: The CAT5 to HDMI receivers MUST be used and this HDMI Splitter over Coax cannot be used to connect the coax with TVs that have coax inputs. Think of it as having 8-HDMI cables as its outputs.
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