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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.
In this special CEDIA Scoop, we are highlighting some of the key educational sessions, showing many of the new product introductions, and revealing some great ways to “attack the show” to make the most of your time in Denver. Download…
After decades of digital audio’s limitations of the CD format and low resolution MP3 files, the consumer electronics and music industries are now delivering music fans a listening experience that is exponentially better, and now more accessible,…
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