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Peerless HDSWHDI100 Wireless HD Multimedia System


Peerless HDSWHDI100 Wireless HD Multimedia System


Wireless AV streaming and PC gaming has never been easier with plug-and-play setup, zero latency, and the ability to stream Full HD 1080p and 3D entertainment up to 100ft (30m) away. Providing entertainment or gaming not to just one HDTV, with its wired pass-through feature, content can be shared on two HDTVs. This unit is the simplest and quickest wireless streaming system to set up and is great for watching TV, Blu-ray disc or playing RPG or racing games in any room.

  • Stream Full HD 1080p and 3D content wirelessly up to 100ft (30m)
  • Zero latency (<1ms) enables instant gaming response
  • USB Gaming/PC Port wirelessly connects computer to gaming controller, keyboard or mouse
  • Connects up to 2 HDMI devices such as Blu-ray player, set-top box, gaming console
  • HDMI pass-through feature allows hard-wired connection to a second HDTV

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Question by to500mo: Is there anyway to wirelessly hook my PS3 with HDMI to my computer monitor?
My PS3 is the first gen 20GB PS3 with replaced hard drive and my computer monitor is the Samsung SyncMaster931BW. I would like to know the cheapest way to hook it up with HDMI. I live in California and would preferably buy it in a store and not on the web. So please tell my where I can buy it and how much it costs. If possible could you write the distance it can cover and also the graphic it can support.
Thanks
I’d rather not connect it wired since the PS3 is upstairs and the monitor is downstairs so if I connect it wired it would either be poking a hole through the floor and the ceiling, poking two holes through the wall, or buying a long cable to go down the whole house which can get cut somewhere(nor am I willing to support the cable to the wall.

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  1. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Watch and control device in another room, November 21, 2012
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    SMXSteve (Seattle) –
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    This review is from: Peerless HDSWHDI100 Wireless HD Multimedia System (Electronics)
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    Update: 1/22/13: after just a year my Roku player died and since the warranty was only 90 days I wasn’t about to buy another one. But how to watch Amazon Prime movies? My Peerless Wireless HD Multimedia system came to the rescue! My PC has an HDMI port and along with my Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse I had full control of my PC on a TV in another room and I was back to watching Amazon Prime movies!

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    Update 11/26/12: I contacted Justin from Peerless support on the issues I was haivng this weekend watching a football game two rooms away. Because this partcular device is sending uncompressed high definition video the distance is limited. Justin said that while the maximum distance is 100 feet, the best performance is through a single wall. Even though I was able to get it to work through two walls including a kitchen, my expectations are a bit high for this particular device. Next year Peerless is releasing a device that supports composite and component video for those of us who have need the greater distance but not the higher definition. If you have the need to send high definition video with remote control to the next room or connect another display to your video game this device does work great. And they do have great support!

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    Wireless Multimedia system

    I have an older home that I have been remodeling which of course has included snaking cabling everywhere: network, TV, security cams and other devices. Although some of our networked devices work wirelessly it still isn’t as efficient as wired. But I have dreamed of wireless media connections for some of my entertainment devices. The Peerless HDS-WHDI100 Wireless HD Multimedia System has started to fulfill that dream.

    Multimedia System?
    I was skeptical at first when I read this was a wireless multimedia system. The description also contained the word “gaming” which I haven’t been into for years. So I really had no idea what I was getting myself into with this system. Multimedia to me has always meant the vast array of devices: cable TV, satellite TV, DVD, DVR, digital media, USB cards, old VCRs, etc, etc. My first hope was to use this with my security system but this is HDMI only and my security system video out is composite. So keep in mind this particular model is for high end media only (see support below).

    Installation
    Plugging everything together is easy, getting it all to work is another thing altogether. I tried this with my HD cable box, ROKU, and a digital media player. Everything is in our “entertainment room” so where to put the receiver? The stated 100 feet is line of sight only. I found I was limited to the living room about 40 feet through two walls. Our kitchen is between the entertainment room and living room. Our bedroom is about 60 feet away (direct line) and it did not work (although I will try experimenting with placement of the wireless devices – never give up…).

    Working the system
    While a bit slow initially turning on, it did transmit the video and sound clearly. First problem was getting the correct format/aspect. With the combination of player, transmission and TV on the receiving end this can be a chore to get right. I also found standby time is short so if you happen to be in setup and not doing anything it will disappear and takes, to me, an unreasonably long time to come back.

    The most difficult part was setting up the IR so that you can have the remote with you at the receiving end. First, you have to stick these adhesive backed little black half inch by quarter inch pieces on a wire over the IR on your device. Not only does that look tacky but you have to find exactly where the little IR receiver is on your device – through those black windows isn’t easy. And the wire connecting these to the transmitter is a bit short. Then you have to adjust the frequency on the receiving end. You have basically three settings. I ran through all of them on all three devices and couldn’t get it to work – frustrating because too many variables. Then when I was about to give up it magically started to work! Yes, we were watching and controlling the device located in our entertainment room in a completely different room of the house – now that is awesome! Obviously there is no way to have two people controlling the device in two different rooms so if someone happens to be watching it in the other room they may think there’s a ghost…

    Other features
    You can connect two devices to the transmitter also having to stick the IR receivers to. The Peerless Wireless Multimedia System comes with a simple remote control that allows you to switch between the two devices and also change the IR frequency. Switching devices has a slight lag but does work. One drawback is if you have…

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  2. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Glitchless Playback w/ NO artifacts!, December 17, 2012
    By 
    Marty Gillis (Los Angeles) –
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    This review is from: Peerless HDSWHDI100 Wireless HD Multimedia System (Electronics)
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    I needed this device to send the 1080p output of my now obsolete Toshiba HD-DVD player to my HDTV across the room. I wasn’t prepared to test the cable length limits of HDMI so going wireless seemed the best choice in this case.

    Build quality is nice on this unit but physical/aesthetic design may or may not be to your liking. Personally I didn’t care, I just wanted it to work! Had it out of the box and working in less than 20 minutes without consulting the instructions.

    With a houseful of wireless devices running off a Fios network, plus cell phones, Kindles. iPads and what not going all at once I was a bit worried the signal might be disrupted and show a few video glitches now and then. Nope! Sends the 1080p perfectly although I do have a clear line of sight and my HDTV and HD-DVD player are only about 50 feet from each other.

    The weakest link in this product will most likely prove to be the AC adapters so have a couple of spares on hand for that eventuality. (this unit uses two different varieties) I know it saves space and money to locate the power supply externally, but it also creates a frustrating situation when one or more of them burns out. (and as we all know THEY DO)

    If you need to send one or two HDMI sources across a room without cabling, the Peerless HDS system works fine. If you used a video processor as a front end you could send everything that way and not be limited to just two HDMI inputs.

    Bottom line: This thing works, sets up quickly and has so far given me no grief!

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Pleased!, November 28, 2012
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    Bradley Olin (Long Beach, California) –
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    This review is from: Peerless HDSWHDI100 Wireless HD Multimedia System (Electronics)
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    Wow, we were really impressed with this device. We wanted to replicate our TV (media) signal in the kitchen on a 24″ LCD monitor and this delivered with flying colors.

    What we like:
    – Extremely clear signal.
    – Easy Setup! (EASY, Under 10 mins for even non tech types)
    – Smallish/unobtrusive.
    – DOESN’T HOG OR IMPEDE WIFI SIGNAL (I can’t stress this one enough)

    Room for improvement:
    – Signal occasionally cuts out a bit, and that’s only from one room away. Could be worse from farther apart.
    – Kind of cheesy looking, design features were meh.
    – Could use an IR repeater/blaster in the back since it can block signals from the DVR/Cable remote.
    – Short power cord.

    4.5 Stars, rounding down since there’s still room for a bit of improvement. Highly recommended.

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  4. Don’t bother. Wireless WHDMI Extenders like those from Gefen costs $ 600 a set.

    Frankly, a $ 10 HDMI cable is FAR more cost effective.

    EDITED TO ADD:

    Frankly, the PS3 isn’t that big or heavy. Just bring it downstairs with you whenever you want to use it there. MUCH more cost-effective than a set of $ 600 Gefen WHDMI extenders. Not to mention you don’t even know if the PS3’s wireless controllers would even work that far away. What a waste of $ 600 that will be if you bought the WHDMI extenders only to find out your controllers won’t even work, eh?

    The simplest solutions are best. Don’t overthink things.


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