HD Anywhere XTND4K40
Now with ARC support!
Extend the range of a 4K HDMI device, like SkyQ silver or the Amazon Fire TV with 4K, by up to 40m using a single Cat 6 cable in tandem with the XTND 4K (40m) HDBaseT-Lite extenders.
You can also use them to increase the reach of a Full HD 1080p set top box, like Virgin TiVo box, by up to 70m when using a single Cat 6 cable. These distances may be increased if you are using Cat 7 cable and may reduced if using Cat 5e cable.
The XTND 4K (40m) HDBaseT Lite extenders are HDCP 2.2 compliant, which means they will work with the latest 4K HDCP 2.2-encrypted HDMI devices (like Sky Q) and the latest 4K TVs. They also support two-way IR, meaning you can use your entertainment device's remote control as per usual, either at your TV, or when standing in front of the set top box.
- Supports ARC (Audio Return Channel)
- Bi-directional IR (Screen ↔ Source) Sky TV Tested
- Class-leading XTND (Extender) range
- HDCP 2.2 compatibility (needed for true Ultra 4K to work)
- High performance Ultra 4K compatible to get Ultra-HD HDMI signals across a longer distance
- Single-sided connections (easier installation)
- Slim, light and has mounting and IR supplied and it works with NZ Sky TV!
- Works with home automation systems
- Doesn't require power at the TV (PoE)
- Stylish design and elegant functionality
How is the XTND 4K (40m) HDMI extender set up?
Installation is quick and easy. You simply plug your set top box into the transmitter of XTND 4K (40m) extender using a HDMI cable. You connect your TV or projector to the receiver of the XTND also using a HDMI cable.
You connect the transmitter and the receiver together using a single Cat 6 cable. You can either run this Cat cabling yourself or choose to have it professionally installed.
A comparison chart is available - HD Anywhere XTND Comparison, (.pdf Format; 1874Kb)