The GefenTV Wireless for HDMI Extender LR system sends high definition audio and video to any HDTV display up to 100 feet (30 meters) away. It extends HDMI from computers, set-top boxes, Blu-ray players, and other audio/video sources to a remote HDTV display. The Wireless for HDMI Extender LR supports resolutions up to 1080p Full HD along with support for 7.1-channels of digital audio in PCM, Dolby¨, or DTS¨ formats. An IR emitter can be connected to the Sender unit and attached to the IR sensor lens of the Hi-Def source, allowing full control of the source from another room simply by pointing the IR remote at the Receiver unit. The Wireless for HDMI Extender LR transmits through walls and does not require line-of-sight for good reception. Additional features allow up to eight Sender units where each display can access up to three sources, using the included handheld remote control.
Connect an HDMI cable from the Hi-Def source to the Sender unit. Connect an HDMI cable from the Receiver unit to the HDTV display. Connect the included power supplies to both the Sender and Receiver units then connect the power cords to available electrical outlets. Connect an IR emitter from the Sender unit to the IR device to be controlled. Power-up the source and the display. The "Video" indicators on both units should now glow solid blue to indicate a successful connection between the Sender and Receiver unit. If the Sender and Receiver units do not pair automatically, point the IR remote at the IR sensor window on the Receiver unit and press the Menu button. Navigate through the on-screen menu and have the Receiver unit look for a Sender unit. Press and hold the pairing button on the Sender unit until the Link LED starts blinking. Press the OK button on the IR remote. A message indicating that the Sender and the Receiver units have been paired will appear on the display. Point the source's IR remote at the IR window on the Receiver unit to control the source* that is placed near the Sender unit.
Note regarding the GTV-WHD-1080P-LR IR Back Channel compatibility:
1. Only products with 38kHz IR carrier frequency are compatible. If in doubt, please check with the equipment manufacturer.
2. Due to complexity in some manufacturers' IR codes, not all 38kHz IR devices may be compatible with the IR Back Channel of the GTV-WHD-1080P-LR.
*The following compatible brands have been tested by Gefen: Panasonic, Sony, and Samsung.
Connections for the Gefen Wireless LR (through wall) HDMI Extender
GTV-WHD-1080P-LR-BLK Package Includes
- (1) Wireless for HDMI Extender (Through-Walls Solution) - Sender Unit (GTV-WHD-1080P-LRS-BLK)
- (1) Wireless for HDMI Extender (Through-Walls Solution) - Receiver Unit (GTV-WHD-1080P-LRR-BLK)
- (2) 5 ft. HDMI cables (M-M) (CAB-HDMI-05MM-O)
- (1) IR Remote Control (RMT-WHD-IR)
- (1) Single Infrared Emitter (GTV-WHD-IREMIT)
- (2) Cradles for Sender and Receiver Units (ENC-GTV-WHD-BASE)
- (2) 5V/2A DC Power Supplies (EXT-PS52A-GP3)
- (1) Quick-Start Guide (QSG-GTV-WHD-1080P-LR)
Typical Application Diagram
- Wireless extension of HDMI up to 100 feet (30 meters)
- Supports resolutions up to 1080p Full HD
- HDMI Features Supported
- Dolby¨ TrueHD, DTS-HD¨ Master Audioª, and PCM digital audio streams up to 7.1 channels
- 3DTV pass-through
- HDCP pass-through
- Lip Sync
- Uncompressed High Definition A/V from source to display
- No latency
- Included IR remote for switching between up to three Sender units
- WHDI 1.0, FCC Part 15, and ETSI-compliant
- Frequency Band Range: 5.125 - 5.850 GHz
- Video Input Connector (Sender): (1) HDMI Type A, 19-pin, female
- Video Output Connector (Receiver): (1) HDMI Type A, 19-pin, female
- USB Connector (Sender / Receiver): (1) Mini-B
- Power Supply (Sender/Receiver): (2) 5V DC
- Power Consumption (Sender / Receiver): 8W (max.) / 8W (max.)
- Dimensions (Sender / Receiver) (W x H x D) 5.83" x 0.8" x 3.8" (148mm x 20mm x 96mm)
- Shipping Weight: 2.8 lbs (1.27 kg)
This product is the replacement for the GTV-WIRELESSHD.
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately it does not appear this extender system has the built-in capability for a single sender to transmit to multiple receivers. It is possible for multiple senders to talk to a single receiver, allowing multiple sources, but we don't see a viable way to pair multiple receivers with a single sender.
Question: Can I use multiple sender/receiver pairs on the same site? In other words, will they interfere with each other?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. The manufacturer responded with the following information, "You can run up to 4 pairs of the wireless extenders in the same 100 foot general area."