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Understanding How High Definition Wireless Audio Systems Work
In an increasingly wireless world, hardwired home audio systems are one
of the last holdouts; but not any longer. Developments in wireless audio
technology have brought much improved audio fidelity with low or no
interference to this simpler-to-install alternative. For integrators, it means the
potential to create a superior surround sound home theater experience with
reduced labor man-hours while still satisfying your clients’ requirements for a
premium home theater installation.
This free downloadable technical White Paper from the Wireless Speaker
and Audio (WiSA™) Association outlines the frequency spectrum that allows
a high-quality, interference-free wireless audio system to work, an overview
of the sample rate, why compression isn’t needed, error detection and
correction technology, speaker-to-speaker delay, and low latency required
to maintain a high-fidelity wireless setup. The White Paper also reviews the
innovative mobile device and the on-screen display control to ease set-up
and adjust the sweet spot on the fly, along with much more.
Download this free Advantage Series to learn more about the process in which an integrator must design a video surveillance system, and how to make key decisions regarding camera selection and positioning.
HDMI is a complex and ever-evolving technology that is at the heart of today’s digital entertainment. CE Pro’s latest Advantage Series whitepaper examines what it takes to develop a reliable and state-of the-art HDMI cable.
Using home automation and building management systems (BMS) are vital to properly control new ultra-efficient Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) and Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) air conditioning systems hitting the U.S. market.