Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN), the industry leader in highly integrated wireless connectivity and wireless audio solutions, today introduced two system-on-chip (SoC) solutions in the PurePath™ Wireless audio product family, aimed at delivering uncompressed, CD-quality wireless multichannel and multipoint audio streaming capabilities to consumer applications with USB ports, such as PCs, TVs, set top boxes, game consoles and more. The new single-chip CC8521 and CC8531 solutions contain USB audio support for all major operating systems and can enable streaming of up to four simultaneous audio channels from one USB audio source. Together with a corresponding USB dongle reference design, the new PurePath Wireless products allow developers to design low-cost, small USB dongles for wireless audio applications, without code development or in-depth understanding of USB protocols. The CC8521 and CC8531 SoC solutions will be demonstrated during AES New York, October 20 to 23 in TI booth #847. For complete details, visit www.ti.com/purepathwireless-preu. "By adding USB support to our PurePath Wireless audio solutions, we're making it easier than ever before for manufacturers to deliver wireless speaker systems, headsets and headphones with high-quality audio," said Erling Simensen, product marketing manager, wireless audio, TI. "With these products at hand, end users can easily add multichannel wireless audio functionality to the vast number of end equipments with USB ports, adding a new dimension to their listening experience."