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Peerless HDSWHDI100 Wireless HD Multimedia System

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  • 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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Product Specifications

Brand NamePeerless
Color Nameblack

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Peerless
  • Model Number: HDSWHDI100
  • Color: black
  • Item Display Weight: 7.00 pounds
  • Manufacturer Warranty Description: Comes with Manufacturer Warranty.

Product Description

Product Description

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.

From the Manufacturer

With the PeerAir Wireless HD Multimedia System, you will enjoy Full HD 1080p and 3D content on your HDTV streamed wirelessly from your home entertainment and gaming devices. This system includes a transmitter and a receiver that enable you to enjoy entertainment such as watching movies/TV shows or playing computer/console games without having to use cables to connect your HDTV to your HDMI devices. The Wireless HD Multimedia System has a streaming range of up to 100 feet* and creates its own 5GHz frequency network that allows for interference-free entertainment. The system also includes a remote control for ease of use and is compatible with virtually any source device's remote control.

PeerAir Wireless HD Multimedia System Product Shot

Wirelessly streams uncompressed Full HD 1080p and 3D content to your HDTV. View larger.

PeerAir Wireless HD Multimedia System Product Shot

Offers a wireless range of up to 100 feet*. View larger.

Stream Uncompressed Full HD 1080p and 3D Content to Your HDTV

Using the PeerAir Wireless HD Multimedia System from Peerless-AV, you can wirelessly stream Full HD 1080p video and all types of 3D content from a Blu-ray/DVD player, set-top box, game console, or even a computer to your HDTV. This allows you to watch TV or play video games in different rooms without the clutter and cost of running cables through your home. The Wireless HD Multimedia System also supports 5.1 channel digital audio.

Stream up to 100 Feet with Zero Latency, Great for Gaming

The Wireless HD Multimedia System streams uncompressed content up to 100 feet* away with zero latency. This level of connection quality is great for high-definition and 3D entertainment and ideal for instant response while gaming. In addition, the unit allows up to two HDTVs to receive the same signal--one wireless, and one wired.

Connect Up to Two Source Devices and a USB Controller

The Wireless HD Multimedia System connects up to two HDMI source devices, such as a Blu-ray/DVD player, a set-top box, a computer, or a gaming console, with up to two HDTVs. A USB port on the transmitter and receiver lets you wirelessly connect your USB peripheral devices like a gaming controller, keyboard, or mouse.

Enhanced IR Functionality

This system boasts enhanced IR functionality that ensures compatibility with virtually all source components such as set-top boxes and Blu-ray/DVD players, allowing control of these source devices when they are out of sight with their original remote. The system also comes with a multi-functional remote control that allows the user to switch between two source devices, power the system on/off and various other functions.

What's in the Box

Transmitter, receiver, remote control, DC power adapter, mini USB power adapter, HDMI cable, IR flasher, mounting hardware, two AAA batteries, manual, and quick start guide.

*Transmission distance depends on actual environment. Stated distance is based on line-of-sight measurement. Structures constructed of steel, wood, concrete, or brick may decrease transmission distance.

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PeerAir Wireless HD Multimedia System
At a Glance:
  • Wirelessly streams uncompressed Full HD 1080p and 3D content to your HDTV
  • Offers a wireless range of up to 100 feet*, even through walls, floors, or ceilings
  • Connects up to two HDMI devices to two HDTVs
  • Zero latency for instant response--great for computer and console gaming
  • Wireless USB connectivity for gaming controllers, keyboard, or mouse
  • Supports 5.1 channel digital audio
PeerAir Wireless HD Multimedia System Product Shot

Wireless USB connectivity for gaming controllers, keyboard, or mouse. Click to see all connections.

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Wireless signal can travel through walls, floors, and ceilings. View larger.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 3.6 x 10.9 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B009HNK272
  • Item model number: HDSWHDI100
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 27, 2012

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By SMXSteve VINE VOICE on November 21, 2012
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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.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Marty Gillis TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 17, 2012
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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 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bradley Olin VINE VOICE on November 28, 2012
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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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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kelly Sottelbaum on December 2, 2012
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The picture quality that this little gadget gets on the TV is great. I don't, however, understand that why when I plug certain devices in, it tells me that it's using 480p instead of 720 or 1080. The picture quality still looks great - but whatever they're using to display the quality doesn't seem to be working quite right.

For the rest of the product: for the most part, it's great. The source input flipping takes a little longer than I expected, but the signals goes across my entire house. Setup is easy, and it comes with everything you need out of box. (Speaking of out of box: it comes with 2 power adapter that are identical EXCEPT for the connection. Since the same company created both boxes (receiver and transmitter), why is there a need for a mini-USB power connector and a little circle one?

Overall video quality is great (regardless that is says 480p): so if you find yourself in the need of some wireless HDMI, I wouldn't hesitate to buy this. In fact, my biggest hesitation would come from what problem this device is solving. For the price (you could guy 3 BluRay players for cheaper), the overall gain of having this device is diminished, at least for my purposes.

Would recommend, but depending on your needs, be sure to explore other options (buying another player!)
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