FrameBar is available in two models and is built-to-order to match the exact width of any model of The Frame TV 43in. and above
While consumers love how Samsung’s The Frame looks more like an art piece than a TV, integrators have often struggled with how to add high-end audio to the installation. Leading soundbar manufacturer Leon Speakers announced the launch of FrameBar, a discreet, ultra-thin soundbar that was designed to match the width and finish of The Frame TV, providing enhanced audio and an unobtrusive aesthetic.
“Our dealers have been asking us to design an audio solution for The Frame since it first hit the market and we’re excited to finally have a soundbar that was exclusively designed to pair with it,” said Noah Kaplan, Leon’s Founder and President. “We know that the appeal of The Frame is that it doesn’t look like a TV at all, so it was important to our design team to give FrameBar an ultra-modern look with multiple finish options while also keeping the design as minimalistic as possible.”
FrameBar is available in two models and is built-to-order to match the exact width of any model of The Frame TV 43in. and above. A variation of Leon’s popular HzUT soundbar, it features 2.5in. audiophile-grade woofers and 22mm cloth-dome tweeters in an ultra-thin cabinet only 2.375in. deep that mounts flush to the wall. FrameBar comes in four finishes: white, black, brown, and beige, to match The Frame finishes offered by Samsung, and it features flat moulding with an exposed cabinet edge on the front of the soundbar. While FrameBar ships standard with a black fabric grille cloth, there is the option to upgrade to a collection of designer grille fabrics to give the installation an even more customized look.