HD over CAT5 splitter distribution

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Check out the Cyp range, they make a whole range of HDMI over UTP/ Cat 5 kit. I have used their basic single base /transmitter/ receiver kit and had no problems, can be quite pricey though! Try the Alltrade site, they sell the Cyp range
 

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You could also try an Antiference 1x4 splitter HDMIO104S, with 4x50m HDMI over Cat 5 kits HDMIE50SW. This would not be as neat, but would be cheaper.:) Also available as above.
 

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You know that on some of the cheaper HDMI to CAT5 converters, to send true HD 1080i or 1080P HDMI signals through a CAT 5 cable will require two CAT5 cables.

And I have done this, use an HDMI splitter at the main source, (or an audio video receiver with a second HDMI output) and ran HD signals through an HDMI to CAT5 converter several hundred feet without problems.

For a single CAT5/6/7 run I use this one.
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http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=&sku=817277&gclid=CIeg7I3l5sACFVVsfgodE6MAuQ&is=REG&Q=&A=details

A bit pricy but you get what you pay for.
 
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