Leon Speakers Vault Series in-wall speakers
Leon introduced the original Vault Series in 2009 and recently the company redesigned the product line with new features that includes a new mounting hardware.
The Ann Arbor, Mich.-based speaker Leon Speakers has built a reputation in the custom electronics industry for being able to build just about anything a custom installer needs.
With all the talk of the company’s ability to build one-off, custom speakers it is easy to forget that Leon also offers a standard line of products. Recently the company announced that it has redesigned its Vault Series of in-wall loudspeakers, and the company says the newly re-engineered speakers now look better and are easier to install then the previous generation of Vault Series products. The new Vault Series of speakers utilizes sealed MDF enclosures, new crossover designs, and the company says that Leon can custom paint the speakers’ grills in house to match the decor of any home.
Some of the Vault Series’ other features are a newly designed mounting system and new cosmetics that further enhance the speakers’ ability to blend into a residential environment.
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