Sharp Debuts the First Ever WiSA-Compliant Universal Player at CES 2014

Wireless Gear Home Tech CES Audio Visual Gear   At CES, Sharp unveiled their Universal Player, the first ever WiSA-Compliant universal player.  The Sharp Universal Player is the first component to push uncompressed sound at 24-bit/96kHz and video at 1080p, all wirelessly.  Sharp’s Universal Player can wirelessly transmit sound to up to 8 wireless speakers.  The $4,000 component ships Spring, 2014; you can read more here.

For the uninitiated, WiSA stands for the Wireless Speaker and Audio Association.  The Sharp Universal Player can also be paired with Sharp’s WiSA-Compliant Wireless Bridge ($600) so that you can use your own existing amplifier and wired speakers if you prefer.  The home theater of the future is coming…are you ready?  More importantly, is your wallet ready?

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Perry Brauner
I'm an architect by trade, but the overarching theme of my life has always been trying to keep up with the newest, coolest technology. Ever since I picked up an NES controller, I've been hooked on the latest and greatest gadgets, gizmos, and toys. Whether it's gaming, mobile phones, and accessories, or PCs and Apple products, I'm interested. I use many Apple products in my daily life, such as the iPhone, iPad, and my MacBook Pro. I've also built a few PCs in my day, so I'd like to say that I'm a pretty well-rounded techie.

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