Video extenders can effectively solve problems caused by signal limitations (such as long distances) so that you can get the most out of your entertainment equipment. It helps information flow between multiple devices no matter where you are.
If you've ever experienced display pixelation, lag, or even a complete loss of picture, a common fix is to use a video extender.
Video Extender consists of a sender and a receiver. Convert HDMI/SDI/DVI/VGA signals to signals that can push the high bandwidth required for high quality video over longer distances. One of the easiest transmission methods is serial communication over a Cat5/6/7 Ethernet cable. You can also extend other signals such as IR/USB/RS-232.
All this information can be complicated, but luckily, we've provided a handy checklist to make sure you choose the right video expander for your video expansion needs.