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Leon Speakers Launching Commercial Division at InfoComm

Leon Speakers is launching a commercial division at InfoComm that will focus will be on luxury hospitality, telepresence and boardroom applications.


D. Craig MacCormack · June 7, 2012

Leon Speakers is launching its commercial division at InfoComm 2012 in Las Vegas.

In booth N1808 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Leon will be showing off a comprehensive product lineup of audio for video solutions, interactive speakers for telepresence, surround sound speakers, subwoofers and mounting brackets.

The new division follows Leon’s launch of its Horizon Interactive Solutions for telepresence and joins Leon’s fleet of custom high-fidelity audio solutions and “will focus on creating high quality, custom tailored audio solutions for luxury hospitality, telepresence and boardroom applications,” according to a press release announcing the news.

The new division will include “everything from ultra-thin soundbars to match TVs to extremely powerful and versatile subwoofers,” says Noah Kaplan, president and co-founder of Leon Speakers, in the press release.

“Over the past 10 years, we have worked with select integrators on large-scale commercial projects to develop audio solutions for corporate offices, luxury hotels and hospitals,” he said. “On these projects, Leon’s custom fabrication abilities gave commercial integrators the option for seamless a/v integration in high design environments. We are confident that Leon’s products will be well-received in this new market.”

Peter Noll will serve as the business development specialist for Leon’s commercial division. Noll will lead the commercial sales efforts in addition to cultivating Leon’s growth and brand recognition within the commercial market.

Leon appointed Sapphire Marketing as its exclusive manufacturer’s representative for commercial products in the metro New York/New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania and New England territories.



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