Summit Wireless Surround Sound Puts Home Theater Partners in the SweetSpot
We work hand-in-hand with partners to integrate wireless technology into a variety of audio platforms including, speakers, audio video receivers, Blue-ray players, digital televisions, game platforms, docking stations, sound bars, set-top boxes and wireless audio hubs.
Here are a few of the latest Summit wireless product developments:
Hansong has developed a wireless audio hub solution, based on Summit Wireless technology, which will enable speaker brands to sell their speakers with Summit integrated technology as a complete bundle, supporting customer's existing A/V equipment.
Aperion Audio joined forces with the Summit team to offer consumers the first home theater system with Summit Semiconductor's Summit Wireless technology. Aperion's Intimus® 5 series speakers were showcased at CEDIA Expo and then introduced with integrated Summit technology.
SB Acoustics a division of Sinar Baja Electric is a vertically integrated turnkey original design manufacture of speakers and transducers servicing global brands with sales and marketing offices in United States, Europe and Indonesia. The company's heritage marries legendary design talents of Danesian Audio® (Denmark), with ISO9000 certified manufacturing affiliates Sinar Baja Electric (Indonesia), a vertically integrated company with more than 30 years of transducer and speaker manufacturing experience.
Tymphany, a leading original design manufacturer (ODM) headquartered in Hong Kong, has partnered with Summit Semiconductor to develop a turnkey speaker design that leverages existing Summit module partnerships making them a one stop shop for Summit enabled speakers and technology integration.
"We've evaluated several wireless speaker technologies in the past and Summit is the first solution that meets customer expectations with its ease of setup without sacrificing audio performance. Summit gives speaker designers the tools to optimize fidelity for specific cabinet configurations and multiple listening environments. This is impossible to do in the analog domain."
Steven F. Willenborg, Business Unit Manager, Tymphany