On the residential side of the market, the hit of CEDIA Expo 2019 show—the Ente SoundTile will be shown in Amsterdam on Feb. 11-14.
Aesthetically, the company says the Ente SoundTile looks like a piece of art, but Leon explains internally the product incorporates a pair of Ultima Series speakers and a Sonos AMP. The 36-inch x 36-inch audio solution is finished in either matte black or matte white, and it is offered with a choice of art that includes prints from Rosenstiel or from Leon’s Artist Edition collection of prints that features photography from Robert Rabanne.
Other Leon Speakers residential products on display will be a pair of custom Timbre SEVEN Tower Speakers that were designed for the musician Devon Gilfillian.
The Gilfillian speakers made their debut during the musician’s “Hole Rainbow” album release party in Nashville, Tenn. The speakers utilize a 2.5-way design that employs a ported enclosure that helps the speakers extend down to 30Hz. The speaker’s baffle features a “psychedelic-inspired” design with a cabinet constructed with Baltic birch.
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Over on the commercial side of the AV industry, Leon Speakers will highlight its Interactive Series.
Leon points out this commercial line of products utilizes a design-friendly industrial design to help it blend into a variety of office spaces. Built to match the exact size of a video display or multi-screen video system, the Horizon Interactive soundbars provide two channels of audio, along with a centralized location to place a camera.
Leon adds the Horizon Interactive Series are compatible with cameras from Huddly, Cisco, Polycom, Logitech and other manufacturers.