Summit Pro technology delivers audio directly to the speakers just as it was mastered in the studio – 24 bit audio up to 96 kHz. No compression, no compromise.
Ultra-low fixed latency
For anyone that games regularly – you know how even the slightest audio delay can cost you your life. Summit Pro technology adds a mere 2.6 ms of audio delay at 96 kHz sample rates (5.1 ms at 48 kHz). Just as important, the delay is fixed – it is not impacted by RF interference, distance between transmitter and speaker, or number of audio channels.
No more drop outs
Summit Pro technology operates across the uncongested U-NII 5 GHz spectrum with up to 24 RF channels available. More is always better.
Summit modules are designed to operate flawlessly within a room up to 9 m x 9 m.
Scalability built in
Summit Pro technology is designed to be easily scaled. Start off with a stereo speaker system and at a later date add more speakers to upgrade your system to a 2.1, 3.1 or even 7.1 system. Pick the speaker brand of your choice with the WiSA logo.
8 channels of 24 bit high resolution audio (up to 96 kHz sample rates) are transmitted, supporting surround sound systems up to 7.1.
Better than CD quality
CD quality is 16-bit, 44.1 kHz. Summit Pro technology supports 24 bit, 96 kHz across all 8 channels, which means it can transmit Blu-ray movie audio exactly as it was mastered in Dolby Atmos, TrueHD or DTS-HD Master Audio. But if CD quality is good enough for you, no problem – it can do that too.
DFS - Dynamic Frequency Selection
RF interference can destroy wireless audio. The Summit system is constantly monitoring for clear channels. When RF interference is detected, the system seamlessly switches to a channel before you experience audio disruptions. The transmitter coordinates with all the speakers to simultaneously jump in between audio samples without the listener hearing a thing.
Simple to set up
Using Summit's built in features you can have a surround system up and running in under 30 minutes (including unpacking). It is as simple as plugging in power, setting the speaker type at the speaker and pushing a button to discover and save speakers.