Atlantic Technology has expanded its SKAA wireless home audio ecosystem with the FS-WSLR1 active bookshelf speakers, designed as rear channel surrounds or as 2-channel stereo speakers, and priced at $649 per pair. SKAA is an international wireless standard allowing a 150ft range plus low latency transmission for participating products.

AT says the new speakers match the look of the Gatecrasher3 sound bar (with which they are designed to be paired) sporting a brushed black satin aluminum cabinet and black metal wrap-around grilles. Each enclosure houses a 30-watt Class D amp, two 2.5-inch composite mid-woofers and a ¾-inch aluminum-dome tweeter in a MTM array, and is voiced to match the existing sound bar’s drivers.

“It’s never been faster or easier to install and set-up a wireless Dolby 5.1 home theater system using Atlantic Technology’s SKAA Gatecrasher3 PowerBar, FS-Series active subwoofers and FS-WSLR1 speakers. No speaker cables, apps or confusing hit-or-miss Wi-Fi configurations are required,” exclaims Paul Fredrickson, Business Development Director for Muto Communications (AT’s PR agency).

Top-side controls on the FS-WSLR1 provide a volume control and SKAA ‘bonding’ button, both of which are mirrored on the included remote. The wall-mountable speakers can act as wireless (or wired) bookshelf models, and receive audio from SKAA transmitters. They can also operate as part of an SKAA multi-speaker ‘cluster’ in the home, without the need for app or Wi-Fi configuration.

For more information on Atlantic Technology’s SKAA products and available transmitters, go here. A free SKAA app can also be accessed through Apple Store, Google Play or direct from SKAA.

 

 

 

 

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