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Leon introduces new mounting solution for Sonos soundbars

Tonecase FIT Universal is the lates addition to the TcFIT-U system and includes a signature Leon custom grille built to match the exact width of the TV

Leon has expanded its Tonecase line of technology concealment products with the introduction of a new model to the line, the patent-pending TcFIT-U, a universal mounting solution that mounts any Sonos soundbar to the TV, including the new Sonos Arc. The TcFIT-U system includes a signature Leon custom grille built to match the exact width of the TV, blending the soundbar with the display for a streamlined look.

“Building on the success of our TcFIT, we wanted to provide our dealers with a design solution that could add style to any Sonos soundbar,” said Noah Kaplan, Leon’s Founder & President. “It has always been our vision to blend design with technology, and our new TcFIT-U expands that vision beyond just the Playbar to include the whole Sonos soundbar family.”

Leon's new versatile mount works with any Sonos soundbar
Leon’s new Tonecase mount with the Sonos Arc soundbar.

Developed with versatility in mind, the Tonecase FIT Universal comes in three models that offer adjustable depth to accommodate any Sonos soundbar, including the Beam, Playbar, and Arc. It mounts directly to any TV up to 98in. diagonal using one of Leon’s undermount brackets, and the entire unit is covered with a custom-width fabric grille that comes standard in black with the option to upgrade to a collection of designer grille fabrics. TcFIT-U can be integrated into Leon’s Edge Media Frame, a product that encases a TV and soundbar with a contemporary frame that is available in a selection of wood and metallic finishes. In addition to Sonos soundbars, the TcFIT-U can also house a variety of soundbars from other manufacturers as well.

Tonecase FIT Universal will begin shipping to Leon’s network of dealers in July. The product will eventually replace Leon’s current Tonecase FIT models as the Sonos Playbar is phased out.

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