Peerless-AV Launches PeerAir Wireless HD System

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Peerless-PeerAir.jpgPeerless-AV has introduced a new wireless HD transmission system. The PeerAir allows you to send 1080p video up to 100 feet, through walls and other boundaries. The PeerAir system creates its own 802.11n wireless network, and the new design adds metal cases and adjustable antennas to produce a stronger, more reliable signal. The transmitter unit includes an HDMI output to pass a wired HDMI signal through to nearby display. Contact a Peerless-AV distributor for pricing info.

From Peerless-AV
Peerless-AV is pleased to introduce the next generation of its PeerAir Wireless HD Multimedia System (HDS-WHDI100). Upgraded with numerous features to enhance the user experience, the PeerAir also removes the need to run multimedia wires, allowing for an easy installation and superior signal transmission.

A cost-effective, convenient solution, the enhanced PeerAir features a new metal case design in addition to 802.11n technology and external directional antennas, providing a reliable and robust signal that can penetrate multiple walls, floors, and ceilings to offer complete wireless coverage. The PeerAir also allows for an easy plug-and-play installation as well as an IR extender for the receiver, ensuring a clean aesthetic where the receiver can be stored out of sight.

The PeerAir provides value for a variety of settings where traditional installations may be complicated, such as homes, corporate settings, classrooms, and rental and staging:

Residential Settings: The PeerAir allows for TVs in bathrooms, kitchens, and other tough-to-wire locations to quickly and easily be installed with no need to cut drywall to hide HDMI cables. With its simple plug-and-play installation, homeowners can feel confident in installing the solution without a professional. Further, the PeerAir transmitter features an HDMI pass-thru allowing source devices to display content on a local hardwired TV while streaming that same content wirelessly to a remote TV, often eliminating the need for an extra cable box, which means more money in your customers' pockets.

Corporate Settings: Offices ready for an upgrade often have not accounted for current wiring infrastructure or have walls composed of glass and fine surfaces. That's when the PeerAir system throws its 24-karat magic in the air--it is ideal for transferring signals without cables cluttering the floor or needing to core the floor for concealment.

Classrooms: With limited or expensive wiring options, the PeerAir eliminates the potential of exposing children to trip hazards that wires from a desk, podium, display, or projector can cause.

Rental and Staging Applications: In settings where TVs need to be utilized temporarily, especially on carts, the PeerAir allows for a seamless setup and removal, ideal for a rental and staging application.

The new PeerAir is available now through Peerless-AV direct sales representatives and authorized distribution networks.

Additional Resources
� Visit the Peerless-AV website for more product information.
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