IOGEAR GVE320 HD Audio/Video Extender System With CAT5e/6 And HDMI

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IOGEAR GVE320 HD Audio/Video Extender System With CAT5e/6 And HDMI
Key Features
  • Up to 130' Extension in 1080p Resolution
  • HD/3D/12-Bit Deep Color Support
  • Dolby TrueHD And DTS-HD Support
  • Manually-Adjustable Equalization
The Iogear GVE320 HD Audio/Video Extender System With CAT5e/6 And HDMI extends the connection between a media source and a display unit by up to 130' at 1080p resolution via two Cat 5e or Cat 6 cables.
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IOGEAR GVE320 Overview

The Iogear GVE320 HD Audio/Video Extender System With CAT5e/6 And HDMI extends the connection between a media source and a display unit by up to 130' at 1080p resolution via two Cat 5e or Cat 6 cables.

The sophisticated system supports HD and 3D, and 12-bit deep color. It offers Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio pass-through support and features manually-adjustable equalization.

Useful for home-entertainment, commercial, and security purposes, the GVE320's sender and receiver units are each equipped with two Ethernet ports that the Cat 5e/6 cables connect into. Each unit also has one HDMI port -- an input on one, an output on the other. Via HDMI, a media source connects to the sender, a display unit to the receiver, and the sender and receiver connect via Cat 5e/6. A Blu-ray player and a TV can thus be connected yet kept in separate rooms, with the TV on display in one room and the Blu-ray out of sight in another.

The sender and receiver are metal-cased and conveniently rack-mount and wall-mount with included mounting kits. The units are backward compatible with DVI devices by way of HDMI to DVI adapters. The system is HDCP-compliant.

Please note that HDMI and Cat 5e/6 cables are not included. Two identical, solid Cat5e or Cat 6 cables would be required. And extension range may vary with different devices and different Cat 5e/6 cables.

Up to 130' extension at 1080p
Up to 200' extension at 1080i (may vary depending on the devices and Cat cables used)
Supports HD, 3D, and 12-bit deep color.
Offers pass-through support for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD codecs, and features manually-adjustable equalization.
Features HDMI input and output, Cat5e/6 Ethernet ports, and is backward compatible with DVI devices.
Metal cased and conveniently rack-mounts and wall-mounts with included mounting kits.
HDCP-compliant.
UPC: 881317508812

IOGEAR GVE320 Specs

Cable Type2 x solid CAT5e/6 (for extension)
Cable Distance Up to 130' / 40 m in 1080p
Up to 200' / 60 m in 1080i (range may vary depending on devices and Cat cables used)
ConnectionsInput: HDMI Type A 19 pin female
Output: HDMI Type A 19 pin female
Link: 2 x Cat 5e/6
LEDsPower on: 1 (local and remote unit)
On line: 1 (remote unit)
Resolution480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p
Data RateUp to 2.25 Gb/s
HousingMetal case
DimensionsUnit:
2.3 x 1 x 3.5" / 5.8 x 2.5 x 9 cm

Peg Hooks:
4 measuring 10" / 25 cm
2 measuring 6" / 15 cm
WeightUnit weight with accessories: 1.1 lb / 0.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.46 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.15 x 6.4 x 2.35"
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can this extend a HDMI through this? i have the tv in one room but it has to connect to the box (in another room) via HDMI
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You can use this IOGEAR GVE320 to send a video signal for up to 200 feet at 1080i and 130 feet at 1080p. You must purchase two HDMI cables and two equal length Cat5e or Cat6 cables in order for it to work. See the HDMI cable below for a good suggestion. Regarding the Cat6 cable, the Pearstone will be fine and certainly more affordable. However, if the highest possible reliability is required I would consider the Gefen cable.
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If more than the specified lengths wanted to transmit, can i use any dataswitcher or router to extend the range?
Asked by: Chandra Sekhar B.
Thank you for choosing IOGEAR. No this is point to point so the setup described will not work. Once again, thank you for choosing IOGEAR.
Answered by: Larry L. IOGEAR Expert
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Can these be powered continuously or does the power source need to be activated whenever needed?
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I am sure you can just leave them on ( continuously)
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