Imagine a world with me, if you will... You buy a set of speakers, plug them into power, and your television or A/V receiver automatically configures them for use. You don't have to lift a finger beyond putting them in the location you want. Or how about this: you buy a soundbar for your TV and it just connects to your TV and works... and then lets you add surround speakers at a later date - all wireless of course. And what if you TV was made by Sharp, and your front speakers were made by Aperion Audio, and your surrounds were made by Polk Audio... and they all just worked. All wireless, all perfectly connected with no delay issues or interoperability problems.
Discuss "The Wireless Speaker and Audio Association (WiSA)" here. Read the article.