Transmit your decoder's signal over an existing network cable to another location in the home.
- Watch TV programmes, films and photos stored on your digital TV decoder, media center PC, Blu-ray player or HDD recorder elsewhere in your home, on your TV/projection screen, in perfect HD quality.
- Extend your HDMI cable with up to 60 metres over a single CAT5e/CAT6 cable.
- Supports 1080p Full HD and 3D resolutions, without compression.
- Use of CAT5e/CAT6 cabling results in optimum price/quality ratio.
- Operate your connected AV device remotely, using the infrared return function.
he MegaView 66 enables you to send the signal from an HDMI device, such as your decoder, to another room in your home. You use the UTP cable (network cable) that is already in your home for this. The advantage of extending your HDMI signal over UTP in combination with a product from our Mega View series is that you can overcome great distances with minimum quality loss.
The MegaView 66 consists of one HDMI transmitter and one HDMI receiver. This enables you to extend the signal of a decoder for up to 60 metres over 1 CAT 5e/6 cable. You use an HDMI cable to connect the decoder to the MegaView transmitter, and another HDMI cable to connect the MegaView receiver to your (2nd) TV. The MegaView transmitter and receiver are connected through a UTP cable.
The MegaView 66 supports 3D and is therefore very suitable to extend the signal from a gaming console. The built-in infrared return function ensures that you can operate your source device remotely as well. This is useful, for example, if you want to watch the rest of your favourite series in the bedroom and your decoder is downstairs.
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Frequently asked questions
Bad (or no) image and sound.
- Check if the A/V device is switched on.
- Use only CAT5e/CAT6 cable as specified in the manual CAT5e Cable Requirements).
- Check if the CAT5e/CAT6 cable provides a solid connection (no cable faults).
- Check if the RJ-45 has been connected according to the EIA/TIA T568B standard.
- Ensure that the maximum cable length is not exceeded.
- Install your system as far away from any RF sources (wireless devices) as possible.
- Set a low resolution on your HDMI source. The CAT5e/6 cable used probably cannot deal with the higher resolution bandwidth.
No (or poor) image and sound.
No proper 3D picture.
- Check whether the HDMI source has been set to 3D and/or that this is set to automatic.
- Both the HDMI source as well as the HD screen must support the same 3D formats.
- Check whether the proper 3D picture is reproduced by directly connecting the HDMI source to the screen with an HDMI cable.
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