Video bluetooth reciever

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I bought a projector without realizing it dosent support bluetooth. Im now looking for a bluetooth receiver that can stream video. 
All models im currently finding online only seem to transmit audio.
Am i missing something or do bluetooth reciever are only meant for audio?
Any products you know that would fit my needs? 
Thanks!


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VANKYO LEISURE 3 Mini Projector
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  • ToddN2000
    Can you tell more of it's intended use? Are you looking to stream a Bluetooth signal from a phone,tablet or pc to the projector? All i'm seeing in forums and chat room is about transmitting the audio from the projector to speakers or a sound bar. Nothing about video at all.
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  • julienpetit
    Hi Todd! Looking to transmit videos files (movies,tv series etc.) from a Mac to a projector using bluetooth. Looking for the right kind of receiver but can only find audio receivers. 
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  • Subhendu Sen
    What Mac OS flavor is there or version? Some projectors have feature for Bluetooth compatible transfer/ transmit. What make/ model of your projector? Have you checked user guide?
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  • Subhendu Sen

    You can connect through a video cable like Vga/ Hdmi of the projector to your Mac. A Mac adapter cable is needed for that.

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  • ToddN2000
    You might be able to do it with an HDMI Transmitter and Receiver KitThey sell a bunch of these on Amazon price ranges from around 127.00 (which is more than the projector was) up to as much as 450.00..

    The reason if you want to add new tech for older devices is going to cost.. By the time you by all the add-ons necessary it may be a better idea to just buy new and get a warranty and support for a device with all the features already built in. 
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