X-DVIPRO: Getting Started

This page contains links to guide you through setting up an X-DVI PRO extender. There are three models in the X-DVIPRO range, these include:-

  • AdderLink X-DVIPRO & X-DVIPRO-MS2
  • AdderLink X-DVIPRO-DL


  • The high-performance X-DVI PRO digital video and USB extender enables you to locate your critical computing hardware in a secure and temperature-controlled environment. Uncompressed digital video and audio is distributed in real-time and with zero latency, allowing the user to maintain an at-the-PC experience. The USB 2.0 interface ensures compatibility with a wide range of USB devices.

User Manual

Advice and Setup

  • X-DVIPRO requires shielded (STP solid core) or double shielded (S/FTP;S/STP/PiMF) cable. (maximum 50m).
  • X-DVIPRO & X-DVIPRO-MS2 supports resolutions up to 1920 x 1200.
  • X-DVIPRO-MS2 is basically 2 single X-DVIPRO units stacked, so the top needs to go to the top and the bottom to the bottom.
  • X-DVIPRO-DL supports resolutions up to 2560 x 1600. Check that the video cables connected to the local and remote modules are both specifically dual-link types.
  • X-DVIPRO ships with a single power supply for the remote end (RX), the transmitter (TX) is powered by the computer via the USB lead.
  • X-DVIPRO does not support isochronous devices like Webcams and USB Audio device.


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