Lyndon Sanche Joins Eleven Engineering’s R&D Design Team

Lyndon Sanche Eleven Engineering

Lyndon Sanche has joined Eleven Engineering.

Eleven Engineering, Inc., a manufacturer of semiconductor products for wireless audio for home theater, multiroom, portable, professional, 12 Volt (car, truck, motorcycle, power sports, marine) and gaming applications, has announced that Lyndon Sanche has joined the company’s growing Research & Development Design Team.

“As worldwide demand of our SKAA technologies and products offerings continues to grow, so must our R&D design team,” says Rex Whitehead, executive vice president, sales & marketing Eleven Engineering.

“Lyndon is our latest member to help take Eleven Engineering and SKAA to the next level here at our Edmonton headquarters. We are excited to have him join our team.”

Lyndon Sanche has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alberta. In his new position at Eleven Engineering, he will focus on hardware and software design, as well as the SKAA cmd app to improve compatibility and other functionality.

“Through my university studies I was able to find the path I wanted to take with my engineering career,” states Sanche.

“Software and embedded system design is something I really enjoy and Eleven Engineering is exactly the place that will allow me to use my skills to their fullest. As someone who is very interested in wireless audio, SKAA is the exact project I would like to pursue. SKAA has progressed to become the new wireless audio standard and I am excited to see where the futures of Eleven Engineering, SKAA, and myself lie.”

SKAA wireless lets the integrator create a dedicated multiroom home audio system with a long range up to 150 feet with interference-free low-latency signal eliminating lip-sync issues with TV and gaming content.  SKAA-enabled products can stream music between themup to four sets simultaneouslywith one transmitter supporting four devices. 

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