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Wireless HD VIdeo? Anyone used these PeerAir systems?

Someone referred me to these wireless items and they are pricey but look really nice.

https://www.amazon.com/Peerless-HDS3.../dp/B01A60Y4OQ

Has anyone used these by chance? Looks like they create their own 5Ghz wifi connection to handle all the traffic. Says you can expand it up to 6 wireless devices all broadcast from the same base unit. I'm looking for a way to get 2 screens on opposite sides of a church and a 3rd at the rear of the church all connected. The building is very old and running cables can't be easily done through the walls so we're hoping wireless might work.
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No chance is this going through church walls.

Wireless HD is slightly more reliable on non-HDCP content but still very marginal.

What is the content your are looking to distribute to your Displays.

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No chance is this going through church walls.
Wireless HD is slightly more reliable on non-HDCP content but still very marginal.

What is the content your are looking to distribute to your Displays.
We don't have any walls to go through. Just a giant room that we show song lyrics and things on that are 100+ feet apart.
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Walls - picked up on your reference to running cables through walls!

Wireless HD vs. HDMI over CAT - as per earlier post go wired every time if you want a reliable solution.

Wireless HD - has been promising to 'deliver' a reliable solution for many years and has still to deliver on its promise.

HDMI over LAN - is the way to go for reliable HD Distribution, can take your through the systems we supply if required.

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I'm not interested in anything that involves cabling. Just looking to know if anyone has used the specific product I linked in the OP.

Thanks.
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'I'm not interested in anything that involves cabling' - I'm sure you'll change your mind soon enough

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'I'm not interested in anything that involves cabling' - I'm sure you'll change your mind soon enough

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Thanks for your opinion but it's not what the power that be are considering.

If anyone has actually used the devices I posted this thread about, feel free to let me know.
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What distance do you need to run?
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Ensure the 'powers that be' are the ones taking the flak when the Wireless HD kit is not performing as expected.

There is only one way to know if the devices you link to will work in your installation and that is to test them over an extended period in your system.

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PS You may have noticed a near complete lack of information or threads on Wireless HD - it has never delivered on the promise (esp. not in a Commercial setting).


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