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Tripp Lite USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Active Extension Repeater Cable (A M/F) 20 Meter (65-ft.) (U026-20M)


Tripp lite’s 65-feet USB 2.0 active extension cable is a bus powered extension cable that can be used to increase the length of a device cable without the worry of signal loss and potential performance problems. USB limits a cable’s length to 16 Feet. Any length above 16 Feet requires the use of an active cable such as this one. This cable has a signal booster built in. The overall cable length can be extended up to 131 Feet by daisy chaining up to 2 of these active cables.

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I submitted this to battle stations but everyone keeps telling me to post it here also. FINE!(r/pcmasterrace)

FAQ from previous post:

No input lag, everything is the same as when the desktops were on the desk.

I used 50ft hdmi cables running through conduit i installed in the walls for video, my older monitors required an hdmi booster: www.frys.com/product/6926477?site=sr:SEARCH:MAIN_R…

I ran long usb active extension cables to each station and added a powered usb hub here: www.amazon.com/Tripp-Lite-Hi-Speed-Extension-U026-… and www.amazon.com/Plugable-10-Port-Adapter-Flip-Up-Ch…

These are the LED lights, make sure to buy double sided tape because the sticky backing is worthless on them, but still worth it: www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00ASHQQKI/ref=oh_detail…

Price breakdown, purchased most everything over the course of 5 years:

My battle station: 2500 My wifes: 1000 The server: 2000 The rack and accessories: 400 Cables, mounts, LED’s, UPS’s, etc: 1000 PVC: 100 The TV: 550 Soundbar: 100 My surround monitors: 250/ea My ultrawide monitor: 450 My wifes monitors: 150/ea Electrician: 150-200 HTPC’s: 500 each Switch: 100 Router: 100 HDHomeRun: 100ish Dozens of hours to set it up: priceless

Here are the server cases i used: www.amazon.com/Chenbro-Rackmount-Server-Chassis-RM…

Everything is split across 3 810w UPS’s, each is at about 25% load. I tested them recently and i can get around half an hour of backup power to all of the electronics in the house, included the TV’s.

If you have any questions feel free to ask, it was an exceptionally fun project and the results were perfect. I was pleasantly surprised how well everything works after it all turned on the first time.

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