Wharfedale’s first WiSA HT-certified interoperable system, the Opal speaker system, delivers cinema-quality sound to the Chinese market. Wharfedale’s Opal Wireless Home Theater Speaker System has received WiSA HT Interoperability Certification and has begun sales in China, according to WiSA® LLC, a conglomerate of WiSA Technologies, Inc.
Wharfedale is a renowned audio equipment manufacturer founded in 1932 and is noted for bringing unique, high-quality products to market.
WiSA is a non-profit organization that evangelizes, teaches, and promotes audio spatial solutions in the home. WiSA Association collaborates with major consumer electronics companies, technology developers, ecosystem partners, and retailers to create a wholesome audio experience that everyone can enjoy using technologies developed by WiSA Technologies, Inc.
The Wireless Speaker and Audio Association is a totally owned subsidiary of WiSA Technologies, Inc. WiSA, LLC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of WiSA Technologies, Inc. WiSA Technologies, Inc. is a WiSA-branded spatial, wireless audio technology maker for smart devices and the next-generation household entertainment systems.
WiSA’s technology creates immersive and engaging experiences for high-definition content such as sports, music, gaming/esports, movies and video, and other forms of entertainment. WiSA has sales teams in China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, and California and is headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon.
WiSA HT Interoperability Certification has been awarded to Wharefedale’s Opal Wireless Home Theater Speaker System.
The Opal 5.1 system, which debuted on April 15, 2022, maintains this long legacy by integrating WiSA HT technology to give a great performance. It costs $4,200 and is only available in mainland China. Touch controls are also included as Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, and Dolby Digital TrueHD decoding.
“We never stop innovating at Wharfedale,” stated Olina Wu, Wharfedale Brand Director. “While we’re currently only selling the Opal Wireless Home Theater Speaker System in China, we’re excited to increase its reach into other international markets. Our dedication to building interoperable solutions that integrate with other entertainment items to give spectacular quality and exceptional precision for our existing and prospective clients is demonstrated by our WiSA HT interoperability certification.”
WiSA HT accreditation provides seamless interaction with other WiSA HT-enabled components and WiSA’s industry-leading high-definition, multichannel audio performance.
WiSA HT provides up to eight wireless audio channels for any home theater system, with outstanding sound, lightning-fast synchronizing, low latency, and high fidelity. All WiSA HT-certified components, regardless of brand, perform flawlessly together.
The Opal Wireless Home Theater surround system costs $4200 (about £3356, AU$5886) and includes touch controls and Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, and Dolby Digital TrueHD decoding.
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