Developed for use in both residential and commercial spaces, the Horizon Interactive FIT “is the first and only sound bar on the market that combines high-fidelity audio with internal AV storage space—all neatly concealed behind a custom grill built to match the exact width of the display,” according to Leon Speakers.
The HIFIT features two 4-inch woofers and two 28mm tweeters in a cabinet that’s 2.75 inches deep and is available in two models: HIFIT44UX to accommodate TVs up to 65 inches diagonal and HIFIT44UX-OS for displays up to 90 inches diagonal.
“The internal storage area is flexible enough to house a number of small-format AV components including Apple TV, Amazon Echo Dot, Roku, Leon’s new OTO MCA 200 amplifier, Control4 controllers, small webcams and more,” according to the company press release.
“Our dealers have always looked to us for creative ways to integrate design with technology and the HIFIT is our latest innovation,” says Noah Kaplan, president and founder of Leon Speakers.
“From the front, it looks like our traditional Leon Horizon Interactive FIT soundbar, but behind the grill, you’ve got the flexibility to store small AV components, providing a streamlined solution for technology integration.”
Leon Speakers will also debut its OTO MCA 200, a high-powered modular control amplifier that makes any of the company’s speakers plug-and-play.
The company will also be showcasing products from its existing portfolio, including a selection of Horizon Series soundbars and Profile Series side-mount speakers, which are built to match the width or height of any display, a variety of architectural speakers, ultra-thin subwoofers including the Aaros A8-200 and the Boundary Series outdoor speakers in custom hydro-dipped finishes.
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