MegaView 67 Pro

MegaView 67 Pro
HDMI extender UTP - 1080p 60Hz - 70 m - PoC
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  • HDMI transmitter

  • HDMI receiver

  • IR emitter cable | 150 cm

  • IR receiver cable | 150 cm

  • Power adapter

  • User manual

MegaView 67 Pro
MegaView 67 Pro
HDMI extender UTP - 1080p 60Hz - 70 m - PoC

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€ 99,99
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This HDMI extender enables you to extend the 1080p 60Hz signal from an HDMI source over 1 CAT 5e/6 cable. You can extend the signal from a TV decoder up to 70 metres to a TV or beamer at a location of your choice, such as a classroom. Or hide your HDMI equipment in a meter cupboard and hang a TV completely free. Control the connected decoder remotely using the infrared return function. This set is also equipped with EDID, loopthrough & PoC.

Full HD

Extension to 70m

IR return function

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MegaView 67 Pro
€ 99,99

Product description

Extend a Full HD HDMI signal over UTP

  • Extend a Full HD video signal up to 70 metres over a single CAT5e/6 cable.
  • Supports up to 1080p video resolution without compression.
  • Supports High Definition LPCM 7.1 CH, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio.
  • Operate AV equipment remotely using the integrated IR return channel.
  • HDMI loopthrough outputs a copy of the AV signal to feed a local display or projector.
  • Built-in Power over Cable (PoC) for use of a single power adapter (transmitter).

Technical specifications

Ambient temperature +0 to +40 °C
Humidity 20% to 90%
Power supply 100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz, 12 VDC adapter
Power consumption 2.73W
Audio Formats DTS-HD Master Audio, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital/AC3, LPCM7.1 and PCM 2.0CH
Ir receiver
Frequency range 20-60 kHz
Infrared reception range 8 meters
Cable length 150 cm
Input 1x CAT5e/6, 1x IR in
Output 1x HDMI
CAT 5e/6 Cable Length 70m@1080p
Dimensions (H x W x D) 79.5 x 69 x 16.5mm
Weight 130 grams
Input 1x HDMI
Output 1x HDMI, 1x IR out, 1x CAT5e/6
Dimensions (H x W x D) 79.5 x 69 x 16.5 mm
Weight 132 grams
Video Resolution 1080p (Full HD), 1080i, 720p, 576p, 480p
HDMI Standard HDMI 1.4, EDID, HDCP 1.4, DVI
Color Formats RGB and YCbCr 4:4:4
Data- transfer TMDS
Video Bandwidth 10.2 Gbps


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Roderick Stuart

I had an earlier version of a Marmitek HDMI extender and so knew roughly how it worked. The new extender is evidently a great piece of kit and it has worked perfectly well in 2 different situations, extending the signal from a Freesat satellite decoder to additional television receivers

I have 3 fairly small quibbles. The confirmation page invited me to return there for updates on the progress of the delivery; but nothing was posted and the arrival of the consignment therefore came as a little bit of a surprise; I wondered what might have happened if I was out at the time

The provided 'slide on' plug was a Euro 2-pin rather than the expected 3-pin 13amp UK plug which meant that I have had to use an adaptor

If, as I have, you want to use the extender in more than one situation, it will not be appropriate to use the self-adhesive strips under the IR receiver and transmitter; and I found that the shiny nature of the covers on these meant that they are difficult to temporarily secure using Blu-Tack or similar - not sure what you can do about that, to be fair

But the overwhelming reaction is very positive

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      Frequently asked questions

      No (or poor) image and sound

      If you experience poor or no picture after connecting the MegaView 67 Pro UHD, try detecting the problem by connecting the devices to your TV or projector one at a time. This enables you to determine whether the problem is in the HDMI sources, the HDMI cables, the MegaView 67 Pro or the TV.
      • Make sure the power adapter is connected and plugged in.
      • For the best picture and sound quality, only use High Speed ​​HDMI® certified cables.
      • Do not use HDMI cables longer than those specified in the technical data.
      • Check the HDMI cables and/or connectors for damage.
      • Both the HDMI source and your TV or projector should fully support HDMI.
      • Check that your HDMI sources and TV or projector support HDCP 2.2 (High Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) copy protection.

      How do I connect the cables?

      • Please check that the HDMI source is switched on.
      • Make sure that the CAT5e/CAT6 cable is connected well (no breakages).
      • Make sure the RJ-45 is connected according to the EIA/TIA T568B standard.
      • Make sure that the maximum cable length is not exceeded.
      • Prevent installing your system close to RF sources (wireless devices) as much as possible.
      • Set your HDMI source to a lower resolution, the CAT5e/6 cable used may not be able to handle the bandwidth of higher resolutions.

      The IR return function is not working

      • Ensure that the IR LED is properly plugged in.
      • Experiment with the location of the IR receiver and IR led cable.
      • The IR receiver has a reception sensitivity of max. 8 metres.
      • The range is also dependent on the remote control used.
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