At the heart of each Adonia yacht’s entertainment system is a VSSL A.6, driving the music for inland water lovers. VSSL can simultaneously play classical music in the dining room while hip hop permeates the beach for the kids and jazz plays on the upper deck. Anyone on the yacht can control the music for the six VSSL zones. Or turn the entire yacht into one big party zone.
Sean Shelton, Director of Technologies for Adonia, is excited about VSSL and the possibilities.
“We discovered VSSL a year ago, when it was nearing completion of development, and are excited to install it in our builds to drive our TruAudio speaker systems. VSSL adds a welcome level of simplicity to our yachts both for the end users and those of us who maintain the technology. There are times when internet access is not good on open water and being able to play to all zones through Airplay is perfect for us. Having the ability to use Google Chromecast, Airplay and Spotify Connect with built-in amplification in a single package, is a huge benefit.”
Adonia previously used a solution that only allowed Airplay in a few zones and did not allow an option for Android users. It was difficult for customers to understand and use. With VSSL these problems and others have been eliminated.
“Some of our yachts have multiple owners, VSSL makes it easy for anyone to listen to their own music in any section of the ship,” says Dave Taylor, president and owner, ADONIA. “Now, we don’t have to worry about passengers trying to understand complicated systems or passengers who might lose or misplace remotes because VSSL allows them to use their own devices.
“As with all of our partners, we are looking for the best-in-class designs but also simplicity and stability. VSSL is well-aligned with our company philosophy of ensuring our customers are ecstatic with their ADONIA experience.”
To learn more about VSSL, or to become a dealer, visit vssl.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit VSSL at CEDIA in San Diego, Sept. 7-9, Booth #4512.