Calabasas audio technology company DTS on Tuesday announced it has added German company Loewe as its latest partner.

Loewe, an international brand of televisions and audio systems, will add DTS Play-Fi to its products in the first half of this year, DTS said in a statement.

Play-Fi is known for wireless audio features operable through standard Wi-Fi, like whole-home TV audio streaming, multi-room music and app-based wireless headphones.

“Through the inclusion of Play-Fi, we’re able to wirelessly support immersive surround sound configurations for any room,” Matthias Claus, director of audio for Loewe, said in a statement.

“Partnering with Loewe, a long-established consumer electronics company, to deliver true wireless interoperability across their premium television and electronics products means users can easily extend their listening experience wirelessly throughout the home,” Dannie Lau, general manager of DTS Play-Fi, added in a statement.

DTS is a subsidiary of Xperi Holding Corp. in San Jose. Shares of Xperi (XPER) on Tuesday closed up 61 cents, or just under 3 percent, to $23.72 on the Nasdaq.