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post #1 of 3 Old 03-08-2013, 05:13 AM - Thread Starter
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I work in a school where we are in the process of switching over our old hanging CRT monitor TVs to mounted flat screens. The new TVs have coax/component/2 HMDI and a USB connection. The TVs will have a coax connection to our distribution system.

I'm looking into an alternate method for teachers to display their laptops on the screen. Since these TVs will be mounted near the ceiling, it will not be convenient (or possible) for direct connections to the HDMI ports. I guess we could have a reasonable long HDMI to DVI cable hanging down from each minitor, but I was wondering if there was a wireless solution. HDMI to bluetooth would be ideal, but I don't know if that even exists.

Any advice or suggestions about where to keep digging would be appreciated.
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I have one of those, and it's buggy to say the least. Also, they would all interfere with each other. I'd say HDMI over CAT-5 above a drop ceiling (if there is one), and then to the desk.
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