Sleek Audio was started by Mark and Jason Krywko, father and son respectively. It began when Mark found himself dissatisfied with the sound signature of the dozens of different earphones he had tried over the years, so as a 30 year veteran of the audio and custom hearing aid industries, he decided to build his own.
What started as a fun project turned into a three year endeavor developing a product with his son that would revolutionize the audio industry; the SA6 acoustically customizable, Wireless Hybrid earphone.
Mark and Jason took their extensive experience in the audio industry and vast knowledge of the ear to create a new ideology in personal audio. Rather than focus on adding multiple, larger speakers to earphones, Jason and Mark went back to the starting point. They focused on the acoustics of the ear canal and how best to get sound from a music player to the listener’s ear in a form recording artists intended. They also changed what wireless earphones could be with the Wireless Hybrid system. With Sleek products, you’re no longer confined to the cables, nor limited by the battery life of wireless earphones.
Mark Krywko, CEO of Sleek Audio has over 35 years experience in the audio and hearing aid industry. He has owned and operated a hearing aid manufacturing and sales facility for 20 years, taking that experience to develop Sleek Audio’s innovative line of personal audio products. Mark is Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences and a certified Audioprosthologist. He is an active member of both the Florida Society of Hearing Heath Care Professionals and the International Hearing Society.
Jason Krywko, COO of Sleek Audio has 15 years of experience in the hearing aid industry. He is Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences and a member of both the Florida Society of Hearing Health Care Professionals and the International Hearing Society.
The Krywkos have a vast experience in the design and manufacturing of hearing aid and in-ear related audio devices.They have personally fit over ten thousand hearing instruments in the last ten years.
“They know ears and they know sound, so putting the two together through music seemed like a natural move to make.”