Three new organosilicon compounds based on dithienosilole (DTSi) were synthesized in good yields. We report the optical and electrochemical properties of the resulting derivatives. We find that these compounds absorb the light in the ultraviolet and blue light range, and they exhibit luminescence in almost the entire range of visible light. After electropolymerization were significantly lowered, the values of the energy gap (even 1.51 eV for P2) and the ionization potential of the polymers were compared to monomers. Optoelectronic properties of the obtained compounds suggest that these derivatives of DTSi may be good candidates as the emissive layers in white organic light-emitting diodes (WOLEDs), which would reduce the amount of layers.