Sound bar is the solution to better audio without the clutter, but it is never the best solution. Lets face it. A bar with however many drivers can never truly replicate strategically placed physical speakers.

However, there’s an in-between solution: wireless multi-channel system such as the Enclave Audio CineHome II and CineHome PRO and the new CineHub wireless audio transmitter.

Enclave Audio CineHome II and CineHome PRO Surround Speaker System

The boon here is obvious. You got actual multi-channel surround speaker setup, but less the cables – courtesy of WiSA technology.

Both the CineHome II and CineHome PRO works seamlessly with Enclave CineHub, or if you so choose to, with any WiSA Certified transmitter or any WiSA Ready devices such as the 2019 LG OLED and LG NanoCell TVs.

WiSA, for the uninitiated, is a discrete wireless network exclusive to the audio system and as such, there is no risk of interference with other wireless devices operating in 2.5 GHz and 5 GHz bands. And it does so while supporting uncompressed 24-bit, 96 kHz audio “with extremely low latency and less than one microsecond of synchronization between speakers.”

Enclave Audio CineHome II Surround Speaker System
Enclave Audio CineHome II

If you choose to go with CineHub wireless audio transmitter, you will get the benefits of Dolby Audio, DTS Digital Surround, uncompressed PCM, plus a bunch of input options including eARC, ARC, Optical, Bluetooth, and Analog. Moreover, CineHub also brings to the table THX Certification too.

The Enclave Audio CineHome II and CineHome PRO have a starting price of $999.99 and $1,499.99, respectively. The Enclave CineHub can be had for a starting price of $149.99, or $99.99 if acquired as a bundle with either surround speaker set. Both systems are available for pre-order.

Enclave Audio CineHome Pro Surround Speaker System
Enclave Audio CineHome Pro

Images: Enclave Audio.

Published by Mike chua

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