Forum: Video Discussion

Video mixing & karaoke
Topic: Wireless HDMI What Product? - Page: 1
Looking for a product that supports wireless HDMI so I can connect to HD TVs in local clubs to mix video/karaoke. Anyone have any suggestions, let me know what you are using.

Posted Tue 30 Sep 14 @ 7:17 pm

Posted Wed 01 Oct 14 @ 8:12 am

Posted Wed 15 Oct 14 @ 2:36 am
djjohnnyrox wrote :
I am waiting on this '

Looks cool for the office, interested to hear how it works for VJ performance.

Posted Wed 15 Oct 14 @ 8:23 am
jenhenPRO InfinityMember since 2004
Good question I am looking as well

Posted Wed 15 Oct 14 @ 11:54 pm
djjohnnyrox wrote :
I am waiting on this '

I too would like to know how well it works. This small piece of equipment would eliminate a hassle if it works well. Make sure you post and let us know

Posted Sat 07 Feb 15 @ 12:38 am

Posted Wed 11 Feb 15 @ 7:09 pm
freppaPRO InfinityMember since 2002
djjohnnyrox wrote :
I am waiting on this '

"What is AIRTAME
AIRTAME is a small device that plugs into the HDMI port on your TV or projector. Connect it to your WiFi network and share content from all your devices wirelessly"

The problem is that you need to have a WiFi network with you for using it .

Posted Fri 06 Mar 15 @ 1:28 pm
freppaPRO InfinityMember since 2002
cekeller wrote :
For a very profissional results see
I use Kramer Kw-11 for a year and it is perfect!

This Kramer works 12 meter, I dont think this is enough for some djs.
But for the projector at home would be great but expensive ;-)
Or is it better than it says ?

Posted Sun 08 Mar 15 @ 11:20 am
This is a good solution for mobile VJs but expensive! I use it a lot in my gigs and I'm happy (avoid big hdmi cables)!
It doesn't use wifi but radiofrequency! That's exact: only 12 to 15 meters! There is no delay (between image and the sound)!
Best results when plugged to VM-4Hxl (Kramer professional splitter) output, not direct to PC HDMI Output:
PC HDMI Output -> Kramer VM-4Hxl (4 hdmi outputs) -> KW-11/TV/Projector/Monitor

Posted Mon 09 Mar 15 @ 9:55 am
WOW, $540 US for the Kramer? For about a third of the price you can have the IOGEAR unit I use. MSRP is $250 US but can be had at Amazon for $190 US.

Posted Mon 09 Mar 15 @ 10:07 am
I'm using

And it has been flawless. Plugs right into the home at the venues TV and looks good. Slight delay but not enough to bother me with video or karaoke. Mouse lag is there a bit. They are working on a update to allow 1 transmitter and 4 receivers.

Posted Thu 12 Mar 15 @ 5:26 am
freppaPRO InfinityMember since 2002
Ive been watching on "Optoma WHD200 Wireless HDMI system" that is pretty cheap.
And works with 3D too.
Anyone that have tried it ?

Posted Thu 12 Mar 15 @ 9:56 am

Posted Wed 01 Apr 15 @ 9:55 am
No issues at all, no lag, video and audio stay in sync, picture quality is great. Sports, music videos, movies have all looked wonderful.

Posted Thu 02 Apr 15 @ 3:07 pm
You still have the audio portion of the music videos running through the sound system, right?

Posted Sat 04 Apr 15 @ 2:21 pm
Yes, video through the IOGear and audio through my controller's sound card.

Posted Mon 06 Apr 15 @ 3:57 pm
MrMac84PRO InfinityMember since 2013
So which one do people think works best?

Posted Mon 22 Jun 15 @ 5:28 pm
Hi, How would you use these systems with multiple TV's. If i have a TV on my Left, and one on my right, can i just have to recivers and one transmitter to send the video to both?


Posted Wed 07 Nov 18 @ 2:59 pm
NicotuxHome userMember since 2014
Hi, for some time now i don't use no specific device no more but a good wifi board and the following free beta software:

have to install it manualy on android tv and projector, or from store for tablet and phone then use a standard mhl adapter if needed
server works on both mac and pc and receivers exist for almost everything

Posted Wed 07 Nov 18 @ 3:50 pm
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