Leon Speakers Show Design-Centric Audio Products at ISE 2020

Leon’s ISE 2020 booth showcases how speakers can be turned into an artistic statement and designer-friendly videoconferencing products.


Leon Speakers’ ISE 2020 booth (#1-N80) highlights a selection of their design-centric products while also focusing on products that cater to their key manufacturer partnerships. Here’s a look into what they’re offering.

Artistic Audio

The Ente SoundTile utilizes Leon’s collaboration with Sonos. While the Ente SoundTile may look like a piece of art, behind the grill are two channels of audio from Leon’s Ultima line and power by the SONOS AMP.

Each 36” by 36” (91.4 cm x 91.4 cm) tile is made out of Baltic Birch and finished in either Matte Black or Matte White.

A perforated metal grill conceals the technology behind it, featuring screen-printed artwork from Rosenstiel’s, or from Leon’s Artist Edition collection that includes a selection of images from fine-art music photographer Robert Rabanne, and sculptural metal grills by New York artist Gabriel Urist.

Live Video Conferencing ‘Interactive Series’

Integrating high-fidelity audio with today’s most popular video conferencing products, Leon’s Interactive Series offers design-friendly solutions for the modern workplace.

Built to match the exact width of the display or multi-screen array, their line of Horizon Interactive soundbars features two channels of audio with a central customizable camera enclosure that is designed to house video conferencing cameras from brands like Huddly, Cisco, Polycom, Logitech, and others.

“Profile Interactive speakers are hand-crafted to match the exact height and finish of any display for telepresence systems,” says Leon Speakers.

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“These high-performance, vocally optimized speakers combine high fidelity sound and high definition video in one cabinet with custom-sized housings for video conferencing hardware.”

All of Leon’s Interactive Series can be built to specifications in different usage settings.

This article originally appeared on our sister publication Commercial Integrator‘s website.