The Avenview HDM3D-C5IR-SET HDMI extender over single CAT5E/6 with 3D, IR and RS232 bi-directional control as well as Auto EDID Learning extends your video/audio transmission distance up to 60m (200ft) in HDTV 1080i format, 40m (130ft) in HDTV 1080p format, and 20m (65ft) in HDTV 1080p with 36-bit color depth. HDM3D-C5IR-SET also supports the most advanced 3D video format and therefore guarantees the highest 3D video compatibility on the market. With only one cost effective Cat.5/5e/6 cable, users can readily extend HDTV sources from DVD players, Blu-ray Disc player, PS3, PC, and any other kinds of sources compliant with TMDS to distant display monitors including HDMI or DVI enabled TV sets or LCD PC monitors. With the advanced design for the latest HDMI technology, deep color video, DTS-HD Master Audio or Dolby TrueHD audio, and HDCP supports and compatibility are all supported. This flexibility makes HDCP compliant DVD players or PS3 transmit utmost high quality video and audio with a greater distance at the minimal cost, when integrating several components apart. In addition, HDM3D-C5IR-SET is also equipped with bi-directional IR pass-through path and RS-232 serial port control. These bonus features allows users to boost IR control distance up to 100m (330 ft) and makes IR control possible through only single Cat.5/5e/6 cable including HDMI signals. In addition, serial port offers the convenient path for interactive application, such as touch panels. The HDM3D-C5IR-SET includes two units: transmitting unit HDM3D-C5IR-S and receiving unit HDM3D-C5IR-R. The transmitting unit is used to capture the input HDMI / DVI signals with IR control packets and carry the signals via one cost effective Cat5e/6 cable. The receiving unit is responsible for equalizing the transmitted HDMI signal and reconstructing IR and serial control signals. The transmission distance between the sending and receiving units can be up to 60m (200ft) at HD 720p or 1080i; or 40m (130ft) at Full HD 1080p. With an 8-level equalization rotary control on the receiving unit, users can adjust the equalization strength to the received HDMI signals accordingly, and therefore optimize the transmission distance between source and destination.