Enclave's CineHome Pro THX Certified WiSA Wireless System

The Enclave Audio CineHome PRO CineHub Edition THX Certified 5.1 Bundle [Amazon] featured in the YouTube video below is the world’s first ever THX Certified and WiSA Certified wireless surround sound system. The small included CineHub wireless transmitter can be connected to any television with HDMI ARC or optical audio output.

You get Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital, and DTS Digital Surround audio decoding only, so NO Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Atmos, or DTS-HD Master Audio! You will need to leave each of your source components connected to the HDMI inputs on your television. NO Enclave remote control is included, and your television’s remote or a universal remote will only control the most basic functions like switching among TV inputs and volume. Proper setup with all of the “advanced settings” and firmware updates requires Bluetooth connection via your smartphone to download and use the Enclave CineHub Remote app.

As you should expect from any THX certified audio system, you get three perfectly-voice-matched 23.6″ tall (wide) speakers each with 1″ tweeter and dual 3″ woofers across the front sound stage. The 15.7″ tall rear surround speakers each with 1″ tweeter and a single 3″ woofer are the same speakers as the front left and right in the lower-priced CineHome II system discussed below. Enclave offers optional pedestal-style table speaker stands [Amazon] sold in pairs. The 10″ front-firing subwoofer supplies the low frequencies.
Prefer two subwoofers?? Go with the CineHome Duo PRO 5.2 Edition. [Amazon]

Enclave's CineHome II WiSA Wireless Surround Sound System

The Enclave Audio CineHome II CineHub Edition 5.1 Bundle [Amazon/Renewed] featured in the YouTube video below is the most affordable WiSA Certified wireless 5.1 home theater system offered by Enclave.

You get three 15.7″ tall (wide) speakers each with 1″ tweeter and 3″ woofer across the front, two bi-pole design rear surrounds each with dual 2″ drivers, and an 8″ downward-firing subwoofer. Keep in mind that all of the wireless speakers as well as the CineHub will each need to be plugged into an AC outlet.

Prefer dual subwoofers?? Check out the CineHome Duo 5.2 Edition. [Amazon]