Leon Speakers Celebrates 20th Anniversary at CEDIA
Leon Speakers is making a lot of noise at CEDIA, bringing a handful of new products to showcase including an update to their flagship SEVEN series speakers.
Setting the stage for the anniversary celebration, Leon will also debut a completely redesigned booth. The new setup will be the company’s largest booth to date and will pay homage to their roots in the arts by featuring new elements like large-scale, audio-inspired murals by renowned Detroit street artist, Pat Perry, and the company’s latest purchase: a beautifully restored 1967 Airstream trailer—which the Leon team will be road-tripping across the country to the show.
To keep the celebration going outside of the Expo, Leon’s President & Founder, Noah Kaplan, will be participating in one of his signature “live painting” charity events, and the company will also be hosting a private cruise around San Diego Harbor for their dealers and industry partners, which will feature a live “Leon Loft” performance by the popular Nashville duo, Johnnyswim.
“This year at CEDIA we’re going to push the limits of creativity and truly mix art with audio. To celebrate our 20th year we wanted to go beyond products and live our vision. We want to bring one-of-a-kind pieces that are built with creativity and passion to spark your imagination for what’s possible. The new products that we’re introducing range from new innovations in integration to our completely redesigned flagship SEVEN series that blends high-fidelity with high-style to redefine American audio," says Kaplan.
Inside the booth, Leon will be unveiling a variety of brand new products that both prove their commitment to the high-fidelity audio market and their passion for developing groundbreaking, custom AV solutions. In addition, they plan to showcase a number of existing products from their current portfolio, including models from their front soundstage, architectural, and outdoor speaker lines, subwoofers, the award-winning Tonecase line for Sonos®, and a selection of the company’s Media Décor TV concealment solutions.