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The USB spec allows for a maximum cable length (~15ft in general, ~9ft for USB 3.0+) to guarantee performance, and (passive) extension cables can easily let you exceed that length. That’s why they only allow complete cables to carry the logo.
To extend USB beyond the standard length, you need an active repeater cable like this one.
This cable is the one that I have seen everybody else state works
It’s not working because it’s not an active extension cable. You need one like this.
you need an active usb 3 extension cable - it powers the extension cable to let you use your anker cable. i use this with amazon basics usb 3 cable.
active usb 3 extesnsion cable
Yes, extenders should work, although they can begin to cause signal degredation. A USB repeater would usually be a better option.
CableCreation Active USB Extension Cable (Long 16.4 FT), USB 3.0 Extender Male to Female Cord with Signal Booster Compatible with Oculus RifT/Quest/Link, Xbox, PS4, USB Printer etc, Black [link]
This is what I have with the cable:
I will test with the other ports, but I wish if this extension has Type-C version
There are 5 meters active cable extensions on Amazon.
USB 3.0 Verlängerungskabel, usb 3.0 repeater, CableCreation Gold 5M USB 3.0 Aktives Verlängerungskabel mit Signalverstärkung , USB 3 Erweiterungska [link]
This one works for me.
Maybe I’m completely misunderstanding, it says cannot connect two of those cables together.. couldn’t you connect this to a usb extender. I bought these for some knock off usb console controllers when I was setting up an emulation box on a RasPi.
Been using this on all 3 of my sensors mounted on ceiling no issue what so ever
CableCreation (Long 5 Meters) Super Speed Active USB 3.0 Extension Cable, USB 3.0 Extender USB A-Male to A-Female Cable for Oculus Rift,Xbox,PS4 and more, Black [link]
More information needed before we can even attempt to help here.
Edit: 16ft is pretty damn long. You might want to look at a shorter option. You might have issues with power from your motherboard.
Have you considered relocating the computer? I've always kept mine in another room or closet and routed the HDMI cable and usb through the wall or down around doors along the wall right at the floor. I just used a USB 3.0 extender repeater like this going into a good powered USB 3.0 hub in my room and have never had noticeable lag from it in Overwatch (my most intense game). I'm running it at about 90fps, but I'm still on a 60hz screen. I've gone as far as getting a 25ft repeater without problems.
When I had it in the closet, I had cut a hole in the ceiling (be careful as live wires could be up there) and had 200mm fans sucking the air up, keeping the cutout so that I could place it back and seal it when I moved. I just hooked the fans up to my computer so they were on if it was. That was renting an apartment, and if you live in a humid area or plan on it long term, I'd install a bathroom fan like setup where the air is tunneled through a pipe somewhere so moisture doesn't build up in the walls which could cause mold. The piping is cheap but it would be a PITA. Your room wouldn't have any more heat though.
I'm double posting here in case you don't see my other answer at root to make sure you see this since I have experience with the same thing.
Have considered relocating the computer? I've always kept mine in another room or closet and routed the HDMI cable and usb through the wall or down around doors along the wall right at the floor. I just used a USB 3.0 extender repeater like this going into a good powered USB 3.0 hub in my room and have never had noticeable lag from it in Overwatch (my most intense game). I'm running it at about 90fps, but I'm still on a 60hz screen. I've gone as far as getting a 25ft repeater without problems.
You can't have more than a couple feet onto the Rift (not oculus) cords. However on the sensors, I would recommend these cables
Frankly, it sounds to me like you don't have enough power from your USB ports.
Make sure the sensors are split evenly between the channels (there are several ports to a channel). Looking at the specs on your motherboard's website will help. Otherwise I fear you'll have to get a USB extension card (and you need to look up if your motherboard has a x4 or x1 PCIe slot available first to find the optimal card).
Some USB extension cables aren't "Active" cables, which means they don't help much if they need to extend past a certain length. Personally I recommend these.
Also make sure you've disabled USB powersaving in Device Manager, don't have any USB devices plugged in that you don't absolutely need, and try and update your USB drivers (I prefer the win10 drivers 9 times out of 10).
Feel free to share your motherboard's name if you want us to take a closer look.
From your words, I've assumed the sensors work fine when they're not extended.
I use 5m active USB extensions for all my sensors and for my Rift. The Rift and two sensors use this cable and the third sensor uses the cable Oculus includes with the third sensor.
I have used my 3 sensor setup on two different computers without issues, my computer using an Asus Z87-K motherboard and my gf's computer using a MSI Z270-A Pro.
I think on my own computer I run the HMD and two sensors on USB3 and one sensor on USB2, on my gfs computer I run the HMD and one sensor on USB2 and two sensors on USB3.
Both configurations work flawlessly for full room scale so I would definitely try first before buying a PCI-e card.
I use "CableCreation 16ft USB 3.0 active extension cable" combine with "AmazonBasic 10ft USB 3.0 extension cable" on one of my sensor. Reported USB 3.0, with no signal loss.
That's what I did. Got from amazon an active usb3.0 extension cable that I knew would work for oculus and tested the experimental setup for 3 weeks.
It works like a wonder, and I liked it so much that I ponyed up for the 3rd sensor just to have the full robustness.
Just buy this one, I have it and had no issues
Check this out: CableCreation Gold (Long 16FT) Super Speed USB 3.0 Active Extension ... [link]
I've tried several USB 3 extension cables, all supposedly Oculus friendly and 5m long, but these are the only ones that work hands down. My brother bought them too, on my advice, and they work perfectly.
Edit: By "work", I meant as active extenders and keeping USB 3 speed. The other cables I tried kept degrading to USB 2.
look at the repeater for the hmdi i posted above. You only need usb 2.0 for the headset and for MOST people you need the repeater to go between the rift hdmi and your extension hdmi. For the sensors/cameras you should use active usb 3.0 extension cables like this: [link]
So I got my brother a third sensor and his usb extension cable didn’t work either as the cord was faulty. I purchased this USB extension from amazon and it worked great. As long as the cord isn’t faulty it should work.
Hm, I wouldn't think so. From my understanding, a power adapter "repeats" the signal to reach farther distances. So having two separate cables plugged into two different USB ports on your PC won't require a power adapter since it's not needing to travels further In a single line.
I actually have this one and it works flawlessly. I got this to replace the passive cable that kept disconnecting and this one has been working perfectly, also doesn't use a power adapter! (Doesn't even have an input for a power adapter for that matter). If you have worries about two 5m cables, I would suggest just picking up a single adapter and try it out without and if it has disconnecting issues try the power adapter for some troubleshooting and if it fixes it, just order another one for the second 5m cable. Not a problem! Hope this helps!
You would not need a cable going through the center of your room.... Get 3 of these for your 3 sensors:
With these extensions your can hide the cable around the bottom of the walls and nothing will be going through the center of your room.
I'm having the same issue. Just recognized my internal Rift audio has crackling noises while I played Onward and Arizona Sunshine. I always used my external speaker for demoing rift and playing with friends but today I wanted my binaural audio back..
I'm using a active 5m USB 3.0 cable for my HMD (CableCreation):
I tried using:
2m (6ft) CableMatters USB 3.0 extension -> it's working.
3m (10ft) CableMatters USB 3.0 extension -> it's working.
5m (16ft) Monoprice USB 2.0 extension -> sound is working but I think I've some small glitches /judder with my HMD if it's connected via USB 2.0..
Tried different USB ports, my Inatek 4-ports 3.0 card, etc. and with the 16ft USB 3.0 cable I've sound issues :/
I'm not sure myself but I bought
CableCreation Gold (Long 16FT) Super Speed USB 3.0 Active Extension Cable, USB 3.0 Extender USB A-Male to A-Female Cable, 5Meter/16ft, Black [link]
I will let you know if it works on Tuesday along with my PCI-E USB card.
This works fine for my sensors
They ship the 3rd and 4th sensors with a 16 foot USB 2.0 extension, but the other two sensors are 3.0 with no JPEG compression. It's hard to notice the difference between 2.0 and 3.0 tracking, but 16 foot active extensions are like $14 on Amazon so you can go all 3.0 if you want.
I read this one works, but haven't tried it myself yet. I'm going to try Touch with 2.0 first and see how that goes, as I can't feel any differences in the headset tracking when I switch between 2.0 and 3.0
I just went through the same thing looking for what cables work for extending my play area / mounting cables to the walls and ceiling.
Confirmed working for my rift / 3 sensor setup.
2 x https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0179MXKU8/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
1 for the rift and other for 3rd sensor, both devices are reading at usb 3.0
After hooking up the hdmi repeater, i had to reboot my pc before my game would display inside the rift.
Also went with these to mount the sensors.
Hooks for hanging rift cables from the ceiling.
Hope this helps.
I'm using a 3rd party cable now
They gave me a little problem at first connecting, but then I used the active USB for something else for a day (as an extension to charge a ps4 controller and play) and tried again and it was fine.
Although I do have this on the way as well, to see if I can get a decent single cable solution. I can always use more USB cables around the house either way.
I haven't used this one but it was reported working with Oculus Link so I assume it would work with the Rift S.
You can use this plus a smaller USB 3 to USB cable (the Anker one is very good): [link]
I have been using these without any issues:
Not entirely sure which product you are using, like this? [link]
If so what are you plugging into the extension?
Any supported usb c cable with 90* angle 2-3m long(you can find many cables listed on various websites for Q1) + active usb extender 5m and you're good to go https://www.amazon.com/CableCreation-Extension-Extender-Booster-Compatible/dp/B0179MXKU8/
Oops, I must have forgotten to paste it.
Sounds like one of three things could be.
1) USB power issue. Your USB port might not be putting out enough power for what you're trying to do. One of these could help test it: https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Tools/USB-Mini-Voltmeter/IF145-415?o=1 . If this is the cause you could get a USB hub that has a data port that supplies at least 2.4 AMPs.
2) EMF interference. If you have a tone of cables around the USB and Display port cables for the Rift S there could be interference causing issues with the signals in the cables. The only way to prevent this is to thin out the cables from the back of your PC or acquire high quality cables.
3) The cables you bought to extend the distance from your PC in which you can use the Rift S are not good enough. Please post the cables you bought. Both cables will need to be active cables with built in chips to repeat the signals connected to them. If they are simple passive cables the chance of them working is pretty slim.
- I have used this extender with my Quest back when a USB 3.0 cable was required: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0179MXKU8/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
- This USB cable might be something you require: https://www.amazon.com/UGREEN-Extension-Repeater-Amplifier-Superspeed/dp/B07C2KWVG1
- This is a Displayport amplifier that should work but I have never tried it: https://www.amazon.com/StarTech-com-DisplayPort-Signal-Booster-Amplifier/dp/B01IE3IAIS
Please reply with the length you're trying to achieve and the cables you have already bought that you're trying to use.
I just bought a couple of these 10 footers. They're working perfectly fine for my sensors.
I'm concerned about the bottom one. The charger cable? Not too sure if it the right cable for data. Also the active cable having a separate power supply. Just another thing to plug in and by the looks of it the plug goes at the wrong end of the cable for your purposes.
Here is what I have and they have worked perfectly for me
I thought about getting the right angle adapters, but it still means plugging a cable in and out of your Quests port and I didn't like that idea. Then I got the Magnetic adapters. Not reliable enough (movement causes disconnection). I have settled on a 10" USB C extender that I can permanently attach to the quest straps with zip ties and have the connector at the back so I do all unplugging/plugging in from their. No wear on my Quest port.
In US amazon [link]
I bought 2 meter usb A to C from office work and this one from amazon. It works great with my quest.
Nope no lag or delays, works flawlessly. Saw alot of YouTube videos on it and then bought it off from Amazon. Here
Hopefully not the cables problem, but when I was looking at Amazon reviews a lot of people were saying they had bad cables and had to get replacements for it to work, so it's possible.
This is the setup I'm using. Can't say I love it, but so far it works. Idk why it says it's an active extension when there is no external power. It's a thick heavy cable, so that's why I don't like it. I've still had to use a USB powered hub on one of my laptops, but not the other.
CableCreation Active USB Extension Cable (Long 16.4 FT), USB 3.0 Extender Male to Female Cord with Signal Booster Compatible Oculus Rift VR, Oculus Quest/Link, Xbox one, etc. 5 Meters [link]
Anker USB Type C Cable, Powerline... [link]
Edit: fixed the second link.
While it's waaaaay more than 5 ft (11.4 ft more, to be exact), this is the one I (and a lot of other people on this subreddit) use: https://www.amazon.ca/CableCreation-Meters-Extension-Extender-Female/dp/B0179MXKU8 (keep in mind this is Amazon Canada). The more cable the better, I says, and you can't go wrong for the price
Does anyone know if this active extension cable works for Link with the 10 ft Anker cable that Oculus recommended before their official cable was released? It’s unclear on this Amazon page.
I am using a 3m Amazon Basics C to A cable and a 5m CableCreations active extension. This is the extension I am using. Works great.
u/XCNuse is correct. Because of the higher speeds 10ft is the limit. I picked up a 16ft CableCreations Active cable which strengthens the signal. But because it is stiff and heavy I added a 10ft USB from Infinite Cables giving me 26ft of cable and it works great! Took some searching to find a supply of 10ft cables spec'ed at 5Gbps which is key. Don't buy any cables rated lower (480Mbps), it won't work.
CableCreation Active USB Extension Cable (Long 16.4 FT), USB 3.0 Extender Male to Female Cord with Signal Booster for $13 - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0179MXKU8
Use that with a quality USB A to C cable. Should be golden!
CableCreation Active USB Extension Cable (Long 16.4 FT), USB 3.0 Extender Male to Female Cord with Signal Booster - $14.99 and [3 Pack] Anker Powerline USB-C to USB 3.0 Cable (3ft) with 56k Ohm Pull-up Resistor - $15.99 = a nearly 20 foot cable for ~ $31.
[link] Cable (the 10ft version)
Link has worked great for me this far aside from being tethered. I am in the US, but if you can get these where you are at I highly recommend for link.
Active USB Extension:
USB C - A with USB C adapter:
I haven't had any issue yet.
hey folks just thought i'd share this,
i had one of these - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0179MXKU8/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
hanging around from when i had my rift cv1 quad sensor setup and i found it works great for link when paired with a short usb c cable i got with a phone somewhere that worked with link, but was too short to be useful. i dont notice any latency. the cable is a bit heavy, so what i do is i feed the female end of the cable though a carabiner on my beltloop, and then plug in the short one, so the cable connected to my face just goes down to my waist, and the weight of the cable is supported by the carabiner rather than tugging on the quest's usb port
MRTV made a video
CableCreation Active USB Extension Cable (Long 16.4 FT), USB 3.0 Extender Male to Female Cord with Signal Booster for $13 — this was the extension cable for the other one I purchased:
Anker Powerline USB-C to USB 3.0 Cable (10ft) with 56k Ohm Pull-up Resistor for $13.
Sorry yes, it's an active one, this one to be exact: https://www.amazon.ca/CableCreation-Meters-Extension-Extender-Female/dp/B0179MXKU8/
I see in the URL it's a "CableCreation" like you said you are unable to get, so my advice doesn't help sorry
These two have reportedly worked, and I will be testing them soon myself with my JOTO 10ft USB 3.1 cable.
^ An extra 16 Feet
^ An extra 32 feet (self-powered)
This extender worked for me.
Word of warning - from other comments, it doesn't appear as though this Amazon basics extension works. It needs to be an active extension. From this thread, both of these should work:
Thanks. Before I read your response I ordered an active 3.0 cable:
If it doesn't work I'll try your suggestions.
Not sure offhand; the extenders are routed up my walls and across to my sensors currently, so I wasn't planning to take one down until November when the Link beta starts. This is the extender cable, and this is the A to C cable that I'm using. They're both USB 3.0, so they ought to be up to the task (apparently Oculus Link is limited to 150 Mbps due to the the decoding on Quest, so there's plenty of bandwidth headroom on USB 3.0).
You can have an active cable for cheaper.. i.e. https://www.amazon.com/CableCreation-Extension-Extender-Booster-Compatible/dp/B0179MXKU8/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=usb+3+active&qid=1569618979&s=electronics&sr=1-3 and then a short, 1 or 2m cable from there.
That said, I'd simply wait a while and check the results of the countless Quest youtubers that will likely try it out.. plus, there are people who will already have such a cable, i.e. from a rift sensor extension.
I'm using these USB3 extensions
On the HDMI you don't use an 'extension'. What you buy is a longer 15 foot HDMI cable HDMI2.0 and an HDMI repeater that goes in-line
As for wireless there's but one single solution it's called TPCast and it sucks. It'll cost you 350 collars and it doesn't even work properly without spending another $20 on 3rd party software for it. And then for all the effort it decreases your field of view to keep the frame rate up.
I know I have gotten a Active Extension Cable for one of my oculus sensors, the CableCreation Active 16.4 ft Extension. It's USB3.0.
2 x [link]
I bought this one here
CableCreation (Long 16.4 FT) Super Speed Active USB 3.0 Extension Cable, USB 3.0 Extender USB Male to Female Repeater Cord with Signal Booster Compati [link]
At that length, a standard extension cable isn't going to work. You'll need an active cable. Something like this: https://www.amazon.com/CableCreation-Extension-Extender-Repeater-Booster/dp/B0179MXKU8/ref=pd_sbs_147_2?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B0179MXKU8&pd_rd_r=27c83989-02da-11e9-9fc1-87cf5b4d0ae5&pd_rd_w=0A1Xt&pd_rd_wg=3lIGY&pf_rd_p=7d5d9c3c-5e01-44ac-97fd-261afd40b865&pf_rd_r=PD5CBXWCVFBPMQR5ZDKR&psc=1&refRID=PD5CBXWCVFBPMQR5ZDKR
That will address the problem of the length being outside USB 3.0 spec, but you also will also need to address the voltage drop from having a cable that long. You'll need some sort of powered USB 3.0 hub between the extension cables and the headset cables.
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Active it is these: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0179MXKU8/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Solved it- needed new USB 3.0 Active extension cables. Third times the charm- did not need 16' but these work perfectly:
I use 4 of these for my sensors
USB 3.0 is very data dense, so longer cables get signal degradation which is probably what you're hearing. If you need the extended USB, get one with an active signal repeater on it
EDIT FOR CLARITY: I have not tried this, just know that the reason a lot of people struggle to find working cables for USB3 extensions is the electronics side of things.
I'm talking about the extension cable you're using, though that card should definitely be good...
I'm talking about this: [link]
i use These for the sensors and this usb and this Hdmi for the headset.. they work well for me.
I bought this one for a 360° 2 sensors setup. Can't say it's the best but so far no problem.
I got my usb to 16 feet with this.
But what coupler are you using for hdmi? I cant get mine past 5 feet.
I have one sensor on their supplied 2.0, and one using the xbox extender, and the headset and 3rd sensor on the cablematters.
I'm using CableCreation 16FT USB 3.0 Active Extension Cable and it's work fine for me.
You can find it at Amazon Or Aliexpress
I prefer these because they are active and USB 3.0. They have never let me or any of my friends down.
never mind found this one for 19.99$ cad , prime delivery
I use there for my sensors:
They didnt work for my rift though (they gave me sound crackles in the headphones)
thanks, in the end I found this one. Just a bit cheaper, and prime free delivery in 2 days.
All of these extensions have worked well for me
you need this bro works good [link]
These work fantastic
Yes this: [link]
These have worked flawlessly for me when attached to multiple systems: [link]
They are 16ft cables.
Hell I will tell you now....
1st GET A THIRD SENSOR IF YOU WANT TRUE ROOMSCALE "they are on backorder at the moment"
2nd Get three of these for your sensors to make sure they can reach anywhere you want them too: [link]
3rd Get 2 of these to completely isolate all of you VR components from the sometimes janky unreliable USB ports on A LOT of motherboards that cannot supply enough power and/or bandwidth for all of the cameras and HMD to work properly I chose this card because it only has two ports and both of those ports work no matter if you plug in 2 sensors or 1 sensor and the HMD. The Inatek card DOES have issues for somewhere some ports work and others do not and are still only being able to run 2 sensors off the Inatek card and having to run the HMD and 3rd sensor off the motherboard. The Orico card just works and you don't have to think about experimenting with ports just plug everything into the two Orico cards in any configuration and go. Also use the default Windows drivers whether you go with the Inatek or Orico card only upgrade after trying the defaults drivers without success: [link]
4th This is optional. One of these for extending your HMD HDMI cable by 15ft for a total of 28ft: [link]
5th This repeater is required to make the HDMI cable above work, but with this repeater, the extension is flawless: [link]
6th To extend the Rift HMD USB I use the USB 2.0 Active Extension Monoprice Repeater Cable that comes with the 3rd sensor it is 16ft long, works perfectly.
Then I used a small piece of electrical tape every 6 inches from the HMD to the PC to make the extended HMD cable one piece leaving about 2 ft of cable loose at the end to be able to plug in wherever I want.
I did a lot of research bought the Inateck and Orico USB add-on cards, multiple active USB extensions, multiple different HDMI adapters and extensions of varying lengths, Display port to HDMI adapters, DVI to HMDI adapters, and did all the experimentation and testing required to make all this work. The list I listed above works every time on multiple systems in different environments, rooms, and households.
If you need clarification on anything and/or want more information, feel free to respond or message me. I will gladly help.
Lastly, if you do what I have prescribed I will say with a high level of certainty you will not have issues and I would not trade my Vive for my Rift+Touch. Also, I own both VR headsets
Yep. Sounds like the hub is being overloaded. I don't use a USB hub at all but I do use a good quality extension cable, this one specifically: [link]
I plug one end directly into a USB 2.0 port on my PC and plug the breakout box into the other end. I use this HDMI cable going from my video card to the back of the breakout box:
(Must be active like this cable)
Zero issues with this setup and I have my Vive connected from my office computer to my living room.
This cable works fine (active extender, 5 meters, connected to intel's usb 3 controller on asrock z97 motherboard):
I have bought this one (CableCreation, 5m, active)
Its this one although it says currently unavailable
This is the other I bought that always worked. You will notice the picture does not match what I show in the video. I ordered this cable but what I show in the video (the cable with the little led on it) is what turned up. UK Rifter also uses it. If it turns up and its not that cable you could always return it.
This is the cable I ordered.
No clue why Amazon.jp lists CableCreation price as over $120 or 12,850 yen. If I need it I'm definitely ordering from the US.
This is what I got, if you plan to go over 15ft you should look at active cables - [link]
I've been testing this, and the speeds seem alright. I have this and a small 2 foot Data USBC-to-USBA3.0 cable. Still charges my quest.
its not an active cable and not usb 2.0. Definitely still need an active extension cable for touch. I tested this one, it works.
This is not great advice. Here is the correct advice:
Usb: active 3.0 usb extender.
HDMI : get this repeater and a decent HDMI cable. 6ft should work. You might get away with 10ft depending on your vid card.
Try an HDMI cable that you have before u buy one. If u buy one, get a cable matters brand 6ft or 10ft if you're feeling lucky