Dynaudio’s WiSA HT Interoperable Certified Focus series, which is a complete wireless sound system including the Focus 10, Focus 30, and Focus 50, has earned certification from WiSA for their interoperability.
The Focus series is available to buy now in select stores within the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) areas and will be available worldwide later this year.
“It’s with great excitement that the launch of Dynaudio’s Focus Series coincides with the speakers having earned WiSA Interoperability Certification,” said Henrik Sonne Daubjerg, product manager, home at Dynaudio. “With amazing sound remaining our number-one priority, interoperability opens the door to endless possibilities when it comes to enjoying high-fidelity audio. Focus elevates the listening experience, getting even closer to the original performance, and working with WiSA brings that experience to a brand-new audience.”
Focus integrates WiSA HT technology which is designed to work well in busy WiFi environments, delivering stunning multichannel sound wirelessly for premium audio products. Featuring up to eight channels of HD audio, WiSA HT transmits and receives uncompressed 24-bit 48/96 kHz sound, supporting sound systems up to 7.1 and 5.1.2, over a dedicated wireless network it creates.
“Dynaudio continues to deliver stunning products that perfectly combine performance and design,” said Tony Ostrom, WiSA president. “Dynaudio excels in leading the consumer electronics industry with its sophisticated, innovative speakers that deliver amazing sound, and the Focus series is no exception. With its integration of WiSA HT, the speakers can seamlessly work with and wirelessly connect to other WiSA HT-certified components, no matter the brand. With the Focus range, users will experience lifelike spatial sound that can transform any entertainment space.”
Aside from their streaming capabilities, each speaker in the new Focus series has a full set of physical connections, including a subwoofer output with trigger, Dirac Live calibration options for the power-users, and WiSA connectivity to make wireless TV connections simple.
With studio-grade performance, Focus uses the same Dynaudio driver technology and the same type of amplifiers that Dynaudio uses in its pro studio monitors. Its classic Danish design and unmatched build quality comes in the form of slim cabinets, available in four contemporary finishes, and are designed to blend in with real-life interior decor.
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