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WiSA® LLC, founded by Summit Wireless Technologies, announced a global collaboration with rapidly growing TV brand Hisense in which the brand’s premier 2021 TV models have been certified WiSA Ready™. This allows for a quick and simple connection to all WiSA USB transmitters and WiSA Certified™ Speakers to create amazing and immersive home cinema systems. Hisense joins numerous WiSA member brands, including LG, Skyworth, Bang & Olufsen, and more who are implementing integrated wireless technology into meaningful product lines and launches.
“Hisense is proud to be pushing the performance envelopes of video and audio with the launch of our 2021 North America TV models,” said David Gold, President of Hisense America. “WiSA continues to lead the emerging wireless audio category and we are proud to achieve WiSA Ready Certification and deliver solutions that will provide amazing, convenient, and immersive entertainment experiences for millions of consumers.”
Hisense is the fifth leading TV brand in the U.S. and the fastest growing among the top five TV brands in the U.S., by units*. The company’s continued growth and rapid rise in rankings is a testament to its success in the U.S. Their award-winning product lineup was well-received in 2020 and Hisense is continuing to build on its high-performing and high-quality products by bringing even more options to the market in 2021 for consumers to have a premium viewing experience.
“We are very excited to announce the WiSA Ready Certification of these amazing TVs from Hisense,” said Tony Ostrom, President of WiSA. “As the smart TV continues to solidify itself as the center of the home entertainment experience, it is critical for these multifunctional devices to own the front end of great audio performances. WiSA Ready TVs can be seamlessly connected to transmitters and speakers to create immersive sound with direct control from the TV. This is a huge step forward in simplifying the pursuit of bringing outstanding cinema quality entertainment into the home.”