“Tonecase hardwood cabinets add classic style to your Sonos speakers—letting you express more of your personal taste.”—Noah Kaplan, President/Founder Leon Speakers
Available in Walnut, Light Oak, Grain Black, or Grain White
Includes hand-stretched, acoustically transparent fabric grille
Articulating wall mount bracket available
Handcrafted in the USA
Standard sizes for Sonos Five, One, Play 5, and Play 1.
Leon has custom solutions for Sonos Arc and Playbar to match your television to your home interior. Their hardwood cases are the perfect solution for architectural and interior design home masterpieces but allowing the integration and ease of use of Sonos audio products.
Legally playing a song in your business requires purchasing the appropriate copyright and reproduction licenses from the controlling performing rights organization (PRO). Different PROs, such as Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) and American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP), control rights to different catalogs of songs.
Sonos Pro makes it simple and seamless. Sono Pro comes with its own integrated commercial streaming service called Sonos Backgrounds. You can also connect to other commercial streaming services from popular providers. Sonos Pro lets you manage your system even when you are off-site with easy controlled online dashboard.
Lavish can design a sound system for your restaurant or store or can subscripe your existing system to Sonos Pro. Your business will sound great and can play licensed music with no headaches.
Join us for a special listening event featuring the premiere of GamuT’s new flagship speaker, the Zodiac, and guest appearances from GamuT’s chief designer Benno Baun Meldgaard and U.S. president Michael Vamos.
Join us at 1044 4th Street in Santa Rosa on Friday, September 30th 4-8 pm and Saturday, October 1st 4-8 pm.
Streaming continues to grow as the preferred method of music delivery, but physical media is still strong. Contrary to what many people believe, the CD is not dead.
Statistics from the Recording Industries Association of America (RIAA) report that digital downloads and streaming accounted for approximately 34% each of the industry's American revenue during the 2015 fiscal year. Downloads declined about 10% from the previous year, while streaming rose by 6%. Physical media—CDs and LPs—accounted for almost 29% of revenue.