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Zigen ZIG-HVX-70-TX/RX 
By Patrick Barron
There are two products from Zigen that are virtually identical in appearance: the HVX-70 and the HVX-100. The case and form factor is the same for each unit with the only difference being what is inside of the case and the labeling on the outside. ...

Zigen Zig-HAVEX  
By Patrick Barron
The Zigen extender set has more additional features than any other extender tested. Not only does it have a four-port Ethernet switch on both transmitter and receiver, this Ethernet switch provides PoE....

Digital Extender (RTcom USA) UBHD-100 
By Patrick Barron
The RTcom extender was able to show a signal at a distance of 425ft. using Cat-6 cable. ...

Crestron HD-EXT1-C 
By Patrick Barron
The Crestron extender set is unique out of all units tested because of the form factor. ...

Intelix Liberty AV Digi-HDE-R/Digi-HDE-S 
By Patrick Barron
The Intelix extenders had a unique appearance because they were one of the only sets that were silver....

Octava HDCATS100-TX/HDCATS100-RX 
By Patrick Barron
The Octava name might not be as common as some of the other industry stalwarts tested, but based on the performance and features of the product tested in this review, it is likely to become better known in future days....

Kramer Electronics TP-581T/TP-582R 
By Patrick Barron
The TP-581T/TP-582R set from Kramer has some very unique features that make it stand out from other extenders reviewed. ...

Kramer Electronics TP573 and TP574 
By Patrick Barron
The 573/574 extender set from Kramer was one of the more inexpensive ones tested. ...

Factor Electronics HD-BaseT-Balun 
By Patrick Barron
The Factor extender set has some diagnostics features that are helpful. ...

Gefen Gef-HDCATS-ELRPOLS/Gef-HDCATS-ELRPOLR 
By Patrick Barron
The Gefen extender set was the most expensive unit tested. It used the HDBaseT chipset and exceeded the HDBaseT specification when using Cat-6 cable. ...

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