“The new, revamped SKAA.com has expanded the site’s form and functionality,” explained John Sobota, Eleven Engineering CEO and director. “As this technology continues to grow in popularity and is implemented by many partner companies, it is imperative that we have a website that is deeply informative to the end consumer. The site conveys exactly what SKAA is and why it is vastly superior to traditional wireless audio technologies. It also provides links to the sites of our licensed brands and products, and introduces SKAAstore.com where consumers can purchase SKAA accessories including the full line of transmitters. The new SKAA.com has all of this, and more.”
SKAA is a new wireless hifi audio standard developed by Eleven Engineering. SKAA transmitters work with iOS and Android mobile devices; Mac and Windows computers; televisions, and just about any product with a line output or a headphone jack. SKAA is also available as a built-in technology not requiring an external transmitter in purpose-designed partner products, which are featured at SKAA.com. In environments laden with, SKAA reliably navigates through these hostile environments with heavy Wi-Fi and Bluetooth traffic. SKAA also allows for uninterrupted audio signals that are delivered with the highest sound quality to all speakers without the latency that is inherent in other wireless solutions.
“Speakers incorporating SKAA Nadja technology give you the best of both worlds…the ubiquity of Bluetooth and the flexibility and performance of SKAA,” said Rex Whitehead, Eleven Engineering director of sales, North America. “Our customers tell us Nadja is the best networked Bluetooth on the planet. Our updated website also offers the opportunity to download the optional SKAA cmd app. SKAA cmd is available for iOS, Android, Mac, Windows, and enables users to individually control bonded SKAA-equipped speakers, receivers, and amplified receivers. Users can custom-name each receiver, control their volume and mute, define how left and right audio is routed to them, and more."