I don’t need it, so why even download it? Well, it’s darn handy. If you’ve got a Diz, Gemma, Ursula or Izabella transmitter, we highly recommend this app. Customize your speakers, headphones and transmitters by giving them quirky, eccentric names. Know at a glance what devices are bonded and playing. Control each receiver’s volume individually, or all together. Set up whether each is playing stereo, mono, left or right audio. SKAA cmd has all that and more.
SKAA cmd works with these four transmitters:
Click a receiver’s name to change it to something more interesting
Click a green bond block to set audio channel routing:
Not all of these options are enabled on all receivers
Click a speaker icon to Mute & Unmute; you can tell that a receiver is muted when the speaker icon is flashing and the slider has lost all of its color
More than one green bond block means this is a Cluster; download the SKAA Receiver User’s Guide to learn more about Clusters.
Change just this receiver’s volume by dragging this slider.
Each one of these bays shows one SKAA receiver or Cluster which has bonded to your transmitter
Customize your transmitter’s name by clicking in it
Click here to set the transmitter’s power mode:
• Red = On
• Grey = Off
• White = On only when there is audio
The vertical bar in the icon means the transmitter is on
Click this triangle to mute all receivers at once; but click each speaker icon individually to get them playing again
This master volume slider affects all receivers bonded to this transmitter
Behold the fabled download links:
As most of your know, Apple has recently released iOS 11. Please be aware that Apple has made changes in iOS that make it incompatible with SKAA’s Diz transmitter. At this point, we are unsure if this change from Apple is an intentional change or whether it is unintentional (a bug). Please be aware that if you update to iOS 11, your Diz transmitter will no longer function properly, therefore we suggest holding off on the iOS 11 upgrade for now.
Before this news, SKAA engineers have already been planning a new mark II Diz SKAA transmitter for iOS devices with even better performance and a reduced physical size. So, if indeed Apple designed a change, we will certainly be prepared. We will provide more information as soon as it is clarified but rest assured, SKAA will provide appropriate solutions if indeed this was an intentional change.
We aren't going to leave you high and dry! Even though our new transmitter is about eight months away, we can find another way to get your SKAA system back up and running. Contact us via our contact form (located at the bottom of this page), include the model of your iDevice (iPhone 8, iPad Mini 2, etc.) and the model of the speaker you are using as your SKAA receiver. Our support staff will respond within one business day with a custom solution for you.
Contact the mother of all things SKAA, Eleven Engineering Inc., at www.ElevenEngineering.com.
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