Elkhart, Ind. - The Harman Performance AV (HPAV) Group, which has been touring the country for almost six months with a 7,500-square-foot mobile showroom, will be in New York in March.
One of two rooms within the truck features a JBL Synthesis home-theater audio system and an HD projector.
HPA's 7,500-square-foot truck adds mobility to high-end home audio systems.
The next stop is the Architectural Digest Home Design Show in New York City from March 18-21.
The truck houses an audiophile room and a home-theater room. The audiophile room features a two-channel audio system consisting of Mark Levinson No53 amplifiers, a Mark Levinson No326S preamplifier and a Mark Levinson No512 CD/SACD player powering two Revel Ultima Salon2 speakers.
The home-theater room consists of a JBL Synthesis setup, including JBL K2S9900 speakers for the main speakers, S4Ai surround speakers, four JBL Synthesis S820 amplifiers, a Lexicon BD-30 Blu-ray player and an HD projection system.
With the truck, said HPAV marketing VP Marc Kellom, people "get to see, hear and feel what a complete home-theater experience is like, first hand."