In the last decade much research effort has been dedicated to deal with the issues of wireless multimedia communications, in particular bandwidth limitation and channel impairment. We have recently proposed a new scheme for blind equalization called sinusoidally-distributed dither signed-error constant modulus algorithm (S-DSE-CMA). In this paper, we test this scheme for wireless image transmission. Simulation showed that the low complexity of implementation and fast convergence rate are the major advantages of employing the new scheme for multimedia applications. It is also shown, from perceptual-based analysis as well as objective measurements using peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR) of the recovered image, that the recently-proposed blind adaptive equalization algorithm outperforms existing methods, e.g., uniformly-distributed DSE-CMA.