Crystal Acoustics has unveiled its latest range of wireless speakers that come with the recently-developed WiSound technology that "pledges to improve wireless speaker sound".

The creators of the patented WiSound tech - engineers from Crystal Acoustics and academics from University of Patras in Greece - previously stated there would be "at least one major launch" at IFA 2014. It's now apparent this unveiling has come in the form of the Reference series of wireless speakers 

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The Reference series comprises standalone music speakers, two soundbases and a soundbar. All of which use WiSound technology.

By incorporating WiSound, the speakers aim to provide a 360-degree soundfield and eliminate the "sweet spot" found on other speakers.

The first speakers to become available are the Cuby 7 and Cuby 5. Both benefit from apt-X Bluetooth compatbility, a high-quality Class-D amplifier and a range of colour finishes.

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The Cuby 7 features seven drivers of various designs. These fire sound forwards, upwards and sideways to create a "balanced set of reflections". The Cuby 5 meanwhile has five drivers.

The Reference series can be used in a multi-room set-up by simultaneously using Bluetooth and wi-fi, without the need for a 'bridge'. 

Both the Cuby 7 and Cuby 5 are due for release in October for £299 and £219 respectively.

Meanwhile, WiSound technology has yet to receive a full market release, but a full range of products is expected before the end of the year. It works by combining forward-, up- and side-firing drivers of various sizes and frequency ranges to combine direct and reflected sound. 

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