By Julie Jacobson · December 31, 2018 • 2018 was big for mergers, acquisitions, IPOs, spinoffs, and other transactions in home electronics, including IoT, smart home, lighting, security, audio/video, wellness and the installer channel.
By Robert Archer · December 11, 2018 • A new partnership between LG Electronics and WiSA will enable integrators to utilize wireless speakers from any WiSA member audio company in tandem with LG's 2019 OLED and UHD LCD TVs to offer homeowners wireless home entertainment systems with full surround sound.
By Julie Jacobson · November 28, 2017 • Damson's super-compact, wireless S-Series can grow from a single soundbar to full Dolby Atmos or multiroom audio, thanks to modular design, auto-calibration, low-latency JetStreamNet technology. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)
By Julie Jacobson · October 25, 2017 • For six years, the WiSA Association has struggled to achieve critical mass for its wireless surround-sound technology, but new member Xbox could change the game, so to speak. Meanwhile, WiSA needs a better website. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)
By Jason Knott · January 15, 2015 • The Wireless Speaker and Audio (WiSA) Association has added 6 new members, including LG Innotek, Aurender and WASP. Meanwhile, founding member Klipsch finally debuted a WiSA standard-based audio system under its Reference Premiere line.
By Tom Lee · November 25, 2014 • The lack of a comprehensive wireless multiroom audio standard for all loudspeakers and devices inhibits consumer adoption for whole-house music.
By Robert Archer · October 28, 2014 • Featuring the company's famous Scandinavian industrial design and WiSA's state-of-the-art wireless audio standard, the new BeoLab 17 from B&O can be used for a variety of home audio applications.
By CE Pro Editors · September 9, 2014 • WiSA to hold demonstrations at CEDIA Expo 2014.
By Jason Knott · August 25, 2014 • Wireless Speaker and Audio Association adds six member companies, including Monitor Audio and several OEM manufacturers.
By Julie Jacobson · April 23, 2014 • Sharp Electronics urges custom integrators and manufacturers to tap WiSA-enabled wireless-audio ecosystem; preps 7.1-channel high resolution audio (HRA) ‘universal player’ for June shipment.
By Steve Crowe · January 6, 2014 • The Sharp Universal Player, a 2014 International CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards Honoree in the High Performance Home Audio category, can play CDs, SACDs, DVDs and Blu-rays and transmits uncompressed sound at 24-bit/96kHz all without the cable clutter.
By CE Pro Editors · October 31, 2013 • Bang & Olufsen's new BeoLab 17, 18 and 19 speakers and subwoofer feature the company's Immaculate Wireless Sound platform, the first wireless platform that is compliant with WiSA's Dynamic Frequency Selection multi-channel wireless audio standard.
By Jason Knott · October 3, 2013 • Bang & Olufsen, with its Immaculate Wireless Sound products, is the first company to bring to market the new Wireless Speaker and Audio Association (WiSA) open standard for high-resolution, multi-channel wireless audio.
By Jason Knott · August 12, 2013 • Wireless audio systems don't have to compromise quality, bandwidth and interoperability. Here's how to meet your clients' wireless audio expectations.
By Julie Jacobson · May 15, 2013 • At HTSA dealer conference, Sharp talked less about 4K Ultra HD and more about 7.1 wireless audio and the WiSA standard. "Nobody" at HTSA said no to the technology, says Tony Favia.