24.06.14

WiSA Showcases High Resolution Wireless Audio at CE Week 2014

Consumers Want High Resolution Wireless Audio The Wireless Speaker and Audio Association Delivers on That Promise, Showcases Newest P...

Consumers Want High Resolution Wireless Audio The Wireless Speaker and Audio Association Delivers on That Promise, Showcases Newest Products at CE Week 2014 The Wireless Speaker and Audio (WiSA™) Association, an industry group dedicated to bringing reliable, high resolution, interoperable, wireless, surround sound audio products to the home theater market, to showcase recently announced Bang & Olufsen BeoLab 20 WiSA-compliant speakers. Transmitting uncompressed, high resolution audio to the speakers will be the WiSA-compliant, award-winning, Sharp Wireless High Resolution Audio Player SD-WH1000U. Product demonstrations will take place during CE Week in New York, New York, June 25-26, 2014. Bang & Olufsen was the first manufacturer to incorporate the groundbreaking WiSA platform, and BeoLab 20 is the company's latest Immaculate Wireless Sound speaker. With WiSA's robust, multi-channel digital audio streaming, BeoLab 20 lets you enjoy premium listening experiences without compromising the integrity of your interior design. Sharp's Wireless High Resolution Audio Player is the world's first to deliver audiophile-quality (24-bit/96kHz) uncompromised audio without cables or wires. Enjoy high-quality video at Full HD (1080p) resolution wirelessly with WiHD. Sharp will be demonstrating the system in Audio Room 35. "As the leader in the wireless high resolution audio category, it is gratifying to see the momentum and success our members are experiencing with their WiSA-compliant products," said Jim Venable, president of the WiSA Association. "The convenience, interoperability, set up and unparalleled sound experienced with WiSA- compliant products is validated by the demand for these products and the number of speaker and CE brands joining the Association." The WiSA Association will be demonstrating a 2.0 set-up in the Altman Building, booth #108. www.wisaassociation.org