DTS and Hisense enter into partnership agreement

DTS and Hisense enter into partnership agreement

Xperi, the DTS-branded audio technology company, has announced a partnership agreement between DTS and Hisense. It will enable Hisense to design and manufacture DTS Play-Fi enabled products. Hisense plans to start shipping them in the second half of the year.

Recall that the DTS Play-Fi wireless system supports surround sound playback, audio streaming to TVs throughout the home, Hi-Res (24-bit / 192kHz) playback, synchronized audio playback in all rooms, and wireless headphone connectivity. At the same time, Play-Fi uses standard Wi-Fi networks, eliminating the need to integrate additional hardware into the devices being developed. In addition, it is possible to provide interesting functions to products of various price segments.

“DTS Play-Fi supports the world’s most popular music services, thousands of Internet radio stations, and users’ personal music libraries. This provides the broadest support for a variety of streaming protocols, ”explained Hisense’s decision to join the DTS Play-Fi ecosystem, Youbo Li, Deputy Vice President of Hisense International. “With Play-Fi wireless surround sound technology, Hisense users can take full advantage of the wireless home theater and whole-home audio experience in one solution.”

Those who have joined the DTS Play-Fi ecosystem before include Audiolab, Integra, Klipsch, Mission, Onkyo, Philips, Pioneer, Polk Audio, Porsche Design, Rotel, Wharfedale and others. The selection of DTS Play-Fi enabled devices includes hundreds of speakers, televisions, soundbars, set-top boxes and A / V receivers.

DTS and Hisense enter into partnership agreement

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