BenQ Wireless Full HD Kit WDP01 for HT1075 & HT1085ST
The BenQ Wireless Full HD Kit WDP01BenQ Wireless FHD Kit WDP01 for BenQ HT1075 & HT1085ST Projectors with 1080P 3D Support
Cable-free, One-Stop Home Entertainment
New-Generation Wireless Full HD Kit Designed to Give You More Freedom and Less Hassle
Together with BenQ’s new-generation Wireless Full HD Kit, the projector frees you from wiring troubles, placement hassles, as well as extra remodeling costs. Available as an optional accessory, this powerful kit enables the projector to stream uncompressed, stunning 1080p Full HD content wirelessly . So you can kick back, relax and enjoy your favorite movies and games!
Absolute Convenience | One-Time Setup
Only a few steps are required to set up the kit once and for all to give you plug-and-play convenience like no other. Once everything is connected correctly, the transmitter and the receiver will automatically pair up with the projector the first time you power them on – and turn on to re-connect with the projector every time after. To save you from all the cable trouble, the customized receiver box can be easily mounted to the right side of the projector and electronically charged by the projector instead of taking up another power socket. It just doesn’t get easier than this.
Unparalleled Transmission Technology | Fluid Cross-Room Streaming
The projector comes with a wireless coverage of up to 100 feet in distance at line of sight and four built-in antennas to ensure the best streaming quality through cabinet doors and from one room to the next. The home projector also delivers a latency-free performance ideal for playing fast-action and motion-sensing games. Time to get ready for high quality audiovisual enjoyment and the smoothest gaming experience in the living room or in the privacy of your bedroom.
Zero Interference | DFS Anti-Interference Performance
With a Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) mechanism to automatically switch between channels when encountering signal interference, an incredibly stable HD streaming quality is all you’ll get.*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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- Easy To Set Up
- Easy to use
- Reliable Performance
- Limited Compatibility
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Comments about BenQ Wireless Full HD Kit WDP01 for HT1075 & HT1085ST:
Can't get easier or better than this. The only possible issue I see is limited compatibility with projectors. Since I own HT1085ST (which is compatible) not an issue for me.
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Q:Will this work with the newer BenQ HT2050/3050/4050 projectors?Asked on 8/24/2016 by Durbs from Omaha
A:I would check with the manufacturer to make certain, please call and we can provide that numberAnswered on 9/19/2016 by Anonymous
A:I have not used it with newer projectors. I use IOGEAR GWHDMS52 Wireless 5x2
HD Matrix Supports Full Uncompressed HD 1080p, 3D Content, 5.1 Channel
Digital Audio, it is a lot better than BenQ wireless and cost around $100
lessAnswered on 8/25/2016 by Anonymous
A:It should work with anything that has HDMI input.Answered on 8/25/2016 by Anonymous
Does it support Miracast/Widi or does it build it's own network?
What are requirements for devices? (Does it support all devices with wifi or should device support Widi?
UVAsked on 6/8/2016 by UV
A:UV I'm not going to have the answer that you are asking. Your receiver can plug into the wireless device sending everything going to the receiver to the Projector or you can plug your devices into the wireless piece. It does not mention WiDi in the specs so I don't see that being an option.Answered on 6/8/2016 by Anonymous
A:Proprietary devices work together in a private network. Not clear of the frequency or technology.
It works when it works but I'm thinking I have some cold solders as it acts different when it's cold vs hot. Very fussy.
Keith SwickAnswered on 6/8/2016 by Anonymous
Q:Does this Wireless Kit replace all hardwires for HDMI and audio e.g. to the cable box and DVD player or do I still have to hardwire the audio cables to the projector?Asked on 5/30/2016 by Jorge from Philadelphia
A:Yes, it replaces all the video cables. You just need to run power to the projector.Answered on 6/2/2016 by Sarah
A:It repaces all cables to the projector. A small reciever attaches to the projector with a bracket and a short HDMI cable for the input. The unit that sends the signal to the receiver on the projector has two HDMI inputs and a selector switch (or remote, included) to choose which signal to send to the projector. Works great, just wish it had more direct inputs.Answered on 5/31/2016 by Anonymous
A:Yes, it eliminates all wires to the projector. No need to wire anything to the projector.
KevinAnswered on 5/30/2016 by Anonymous
A:There are 2 HDMI inputs which carry both video and audio signals. The signal then is broadcast wireless to the receiver which is hardwired via HDMI to the projector. Most likely you will need to figure out audio output from the projector or from your input source however.Answered on 5/30/2016 by Anonymous
A:For the projector only power plug and the attachable unit which will
connect the hub wirelessly which u need to connect to your specific devices
(reciever or cablebox or dvd or blueray player)
So no wire I really love it.Answered on 5/30/2016 by Anonymous
A:Works as advertised, great buy
Sent from my iPadAnswered on 5/30/2016 by Anonymous
Q:Can multiple receivers pick up from one transmitter?
For example, one computer sending video to two projectors.
And what's the range?Asked on 1/14/2016 by Jason from United States
A:no, it's one receiver for one transmitterAnswered on 1/19/2016 by Stacey from Tampa
A:i do not think so. The unit has two HDMI inputs which send a signal to the reciever mounted to the projector. no other device can pick up the signal. it does work well.
hopefully this helps answer your question.Answered on 1/15/2016 by Anonymous
A:I have problems with this device. Waiting for a new version without so
many bugs..Answered on 1/14/2016 by Anonymous
A:No, there is only one receiver.You will have to buy iogear matrix pro, it
accepts multiple receivers it is more expensive but the range is 200 feetAnswered on 1/14/2016 by Anonymous
Q:And will this work with any video devicie (projector or TV) with HDMI input?Asked on 1/14/2016 by Jason from United States
A:it's only compatible with a couple BENQ wireless units.Answered on 1/19/2016 by Stacey from Tampa
A:No, this model is BenQ specific.Answered on 1/14/2016 by Community Answer from None
Is this compatible with the MX631ST?
Thannk you guys!Asked on 9/14/2015 by Matthew from United States
A:I don't believe so. The specs say: BenQ Wireless FHD Kit WDP01 for BenQ HT1075 & HT1085ST Projectors with 1080P 3D Support. The MX631ST only has 1024x768 resolution.Answered on 9/15/2015 by Sarah
A:Not sure but it is very good for HT1075 & HT1085ST. Thank you.Answered on 9/15/2015 by Anonymous
Q:Does this come with the short HDMI and USB cables needed to power and run it? Thanks!Asked on 5/8/2015 by Joel from United States
A:Yes it comes with both HDMI and USB cablesAnswered on 5/11/2015 by Anonymous
Q:It has been widely reported that the other wireless HD kits on the market have issues with lag and dropping/interfering signal. Are you finding the same flaws with this product? Audio will be through a separate system therefore any lag would virtually kill the experience.
Thank you in advance!Asked on 5/7/2015 by inquiring mind from yonder
A:We still find hardwiring the projector is still the best option. Any time you go wireless there is a chance of a slight lagAnswered on 5/8/2015 by Stacey from Tampa
Q:Will it work with TH681 model?Asked on 5/5/2015 by Aerivian from London UK
A:This product was designed to work with BenQ models HT1075 & HT1085ST.I am using it with my HT1075 and it works great (fingers crossed)...Don't know about the TH681...
GGAnswered on 5/5/2015 by Anonymous
A:you would need to check with the manufacturer for certain, as it was designed to work with the HT1075 and HT1085STAnswered on 5/6/2015 by Lisa from .
Q:Do I need to have a wireless service at home (via a provider) to use the Wireless Full HD Kit? or the wireless transmitter is providing the wireless access? If the latter, what is the upload and download speed of the transmitter? Thank you.Asked on 4/21/2015 by Curious Tech
A:You don't need to connect it to wifi or anything. It's self contained and just sort of works automagically. Not sure about transmission speeds. Nothing it couldn't keep up with yet!
Jasmine Rae FriedrichAnswered on 4/22/2015 by Anonymous
A:It creates it's own Wi-Fi network, so you should be able to plug it in and go.Answered on 4/30/2015 by Anonymous
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