Duronic HE05 HDMI Extender over single cat5e/6 - £9.99 (+£3.99 p+p) and 5% off code - HotUKDeals
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Been looking for a week at various places, seen single and double cat cable set ups, this is the cheapest and sourced from the UK.

RRP: is £69.99

I would recommend buying at Cat6 cable because its shielded.

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Extends HDMI signals upto 60m (1080p)
Extends HDMI signal upto 30m (1080i/480p)
We recommend you use Duronic shielded CAT6 cable to get the best signal transfer with this unit
Inside box: Sender, receiver and 2 X Power adaptors provided to help with signal transfer.
Duronic Cat6 Cables available upto 50M long

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#1
plus £3.99 delivery and no IR return but good deal nonetheless
1 Like #2
Sid Harper
plus £3.99 delivery and no IR return but good deal nonetheless

It says in title 3.99 delivery, if you by through amazon is 4.18 delivery.

If using with Sky or VM Tivo, download the app and use that through wifi to change the channel.
#3
the 3.99 wasn't there when I started writing my comment and nor was the code :)

Yes I have a specific need where the IR isn't required and that's fine - just pointing it out for those that might expect it.

By the way just because a cable is cat6 doesn't make it shielded - same rules apply as per specs of previous versions.

i.e. UTP, STP, etc.


Edited By: Sid Harper on Jun 19, 2014 10:11
#4
Weird it can send 1080p signals further than 1080i. is that a typo.
Guess this is one end of cable to other and will not go over a network, pass through a router?
Anyone used or tried this?
#5
GPDawes
Weird it can send 1080p signals further than 1080i. is that a typo.
Guess this is one end of cable to other and will not go over a network, pass through a router?
Anyone used or tried this?

I thought that was weird when I posted, guess they got those details mixed up.

I'm not sure on the router side of things, I like to be able to but if it can't no harm in switching a few cables every now and then.
#6
bunisjamin
We recommend you use Duronic shielded CAT6 cable to get the best signal transfer with this unit

Yes and they also recommend you buy the original Apple accessories but the cheap stuff is just as good.

What a load of gentlemen's sausage nonsense.
#7
What does this do?

I have my Sky box/tv In one room & another TV in another room without a sky box.

Does this allow you to watch your sky in another room? If so, how? thanks
#8
Gollywood
What does this do?

I have my Sky box/tv In one room & another TV in another room without a sky box.

Does this allow you to watch your sky in another room? If so, how? thanks

This product is more for pushing hdmi more then the 15m limitations at a more cost effective price.

For me I'm sending the tivo from inside to outside so need the distance.
#9
Great deal -
#10
I've had bad experiences with cheap balun sets, but for this price it's worth a go if you have a single run to do and have control via other means.
#11
Anyone know if you can use home plugs with these?
#12
is there anything available out there to 'split' an HDMI signal from one sky box into 2 TV sets?
#13
Gollywood
is there anything available out there to 'split' an HDMI signal from one sky box into 2 TV sets?

just need a splitter ... quick search on amazon and Duronic have this

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Duronic-HS12-Splitter-Performing-TECHNOLOGY/dp/B005FQMUE8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1403177272&sr=8-1&keywords=hdmi+splitter+2+output
1 Like #14
Gollywood
What does this do?

I have my Sky box/tv In one room & another TV in another room without a sky box.

Does this allow you to watch your sky in another room? If so, how? thanks

You plug a HDMI into the box using a HDMI splitter (so you need to buy a HDMI splitter as well as all the HDMI cables you need).

You then plug in a ethernet cable and run that cable to wherever you need it to go (30m max for cat 6 cable and 1080p). You then plug that ethernet cable into the receiver box and then plug a hdmi from the receiver into the tv.

You therefore require a hdmi splitter, 3 hdmi cables and a cat 6 ethernet cable
#15
These are not network devices - they won't work through a router or via homeplugs, they just send the HDMI signals across the network cables. You may damage the extender or the network device if you try and couple them up in any other way.

I've got a set of HDMI over 2 x cat6 sender/receiver that I got from CPC a year or so ago - it doesn't require power adapters (draws what it needs from the HDMI port) and has a captive HDMI lead in each end as well so no extra cables needed unlike this one. But you do need twice as many network cables.

Behave exactly like a long HDMI cable does (for the ~30m run I use it for anyway) - no difference to using a proper HDMI lead. Not sure how this compares though as it's only using 1 network cable. It appears to be a very good price if it works though.
#16
Gollywood
is there anything available out there to 'split' an HDMI signal from one sky box into 2 TV sets?

i've got a matrix splitter. it has 4 hdmi inputs, and 2 outputs, and it will let me send any input to either output independently.

google 4 x 2 matrix splitter, or 2 x 2 matrix splitter
#18
Been looking for something like this for a while, heat thanks!
#19
currently running one similar to this but using a pair of cat5e. If this works on just one I will be really happy as it will free up a data channel for my blu-ray player!!! :D

Great spot.

HEAT!!
#20
GPDawes
Weird it can send 1080p signals further than 1080i. is that a typo.
Guess this is one end of cable to other and will not go over a network, pass through a router?
Anyone used or tried this?


This is a cable extender only using Cat5/6/7. It doesn't know anything about networking protocols so it wont pass anything through a router, switch or any other active networking device.
#21
This turns a network cable into a hdmi cable. great if you have a house wired with cat6 like me.
#22
Wkd, Sky HD users can use the Android/IOS app to control the channels and recording playback.
#23
Not sure I need this (yet, anyway!) but this seems a decent price. Cheaper than similar at CPC. Hmmm... is tempting!
#24
n_mcconnell
Gollywood
is there anything available out there to 'split' an HDMI signal from one sky box into 2 TV sets?

just need a splitter ... quick search on amazon and Duronic have this

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Duronic-HS12-Splitter-Performing-TECHNOLOGY/dp/B005FQMUE8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1403177272&sr=8-1&keywords=hdmi+splitter+2+output

Also at the same price directly from their site, should you wish to combine the order. Conversely... both from Amazon if you fancy it (although p&p seems more)!!
#25
M0nk3h
bunisjamin
We recommend you use Duronic shielded CAT6 cable to get the best signal transfer with this unit

Yes and they also recommend you buy the original Apple accessories but the cheap stuff is just as good.

What a load of gentlemen's sausage nonsense.

Not entirely nonsense although it doesn't need to be Duronic branded. I would recommend decent shielded Cat6 though, certainly for longer runs.
#26
Out of stock by looks of it :( I had it in my basket then it disappeared.
#27
SOunds just like what I need.

My concern is if kids or wife plug the Ethernet cable into the wall socket connected to the router (house is wired with cat6)
I have at least 2 ethernet ports per room, so could use 1 for HDMI.
#28
Still says 1 left in stock on Amazon's site for me...

I bought one anyway, good find OP.
#29
Thanks, This will help me connect my main computer from the office to the none smart TV downstairs through my wired home network. Saves me watching stuff on my old laptop-->HDMI-->TV which cant handle 1080p without stuttering.
#30
Gollywood
is there anything available out there to 'split' an HDMI signal from one sky box into 2 TV sets?

Do remember that unlike HDMI cables, with splitters you do get what you pay for. Cheaper ones may well work in basic set ups but if you start daisy chaining, involving amps etc you may run into trouble. If it's your first step into using spitters either buy a second hand high end one (Gefen or Octava for example) or buy a new budget one from Neet or a similar company that will give you a no quible returns option if it doesn't work in your set up. I've learnt through trial and error but a browse of avforums will tell you that HDMI is very unpredictable when it comes to using splitters/switches and more than one display. Worth the hasle in the long run though and I now have Sky HD in every room in the house!
#31
GPDawes
SOunds just like what I need.

My concern is if kids or wife plug the Ethernet cable into the wall socket connected to the router (house is wired with cat6)
I have at least 2 ethernet ports per room, so could use 1 for HDMI.

Managed all by myself to do this with a KVM extender once. Expensive mistake :)
#32
Gutted. Oos & no longer listed on Amazon
1 Like #33
My first post for actual deal and it sold out, nice one everyone.

Any one found a good deal for 50m of copper'd Cat6 Cable, reel or not.
#34
Out of interest, does this have the potential to work with powerline adaptors?
#35
This is not an IP based cable link so you must not mix this with any Ethernet cabling or network switches / powerline adapters. It must be a dedicated /physical uninterrupted CAT6 cable run between the two boxes.
#36
bunisjamin
My first post for actual deal and it sold out, nice one everyone.

Any one found a good deal for 50m of copper'd Cat6 Cable, reel or not.

I bought a 50m reel the other day....I'll edit this post with details shortly if I can find them.

Edit: Just realised this may not be what you're after as it's exterior cable but I'm sure they do all kinds. Quick delivery as described...

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/231046444858?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649


Edited By: KendallC on Jun 19, 2014 14:54
#37
conner57
Out of interest, does this have the potential to work with powerline adaptors?

No, I wouldn't even try that!
#38
Would this introduce any lag, and how much? I wonder if this would be a better option than steam streaming
#39
Sneaky sods! Back in stock on their site now @ £19.99!!
#40
I rushed into one at the early price but having read this having read this have realised it probably won't work for me. :-(

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