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July 28, 2008
Extend Your HDMI Signal 200 Feet! 1080p, HDCP-Compliant And With Version 1.3 Deep Color

[The following is a release from Cables To Go]
   

Increase the distance to reliably send an HDMI signal - up to 200 feet! This new HDMI repeater allows an HDMI cable distance to be extended to 40 meters using one unit or 60 meters using 2 units. This product has been thoroughly tested, and by using Cables To Go's Sonicwave™ cables, one can place a 20 meter cable from the source to this repeater. Then place another 20 meter cable behind the repeater to deliver 40 meters of "cable distance" (or 131 feet). This new repeater employs a RapidRun™ voltage inserter so that it is powered at the source via the HDMI cable. This makes it easy for the unit to get power. One can place this unit 20 meters away and still power it where the source is and where power is readily available. Note: Only Cables To Go's new HDMI repeater extends HDMI by using the voltage inserter -- we have not seen this offered elsewhere. See it now!






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