Crosby, Stills and Nash Hit the Road With HARMAN’s JBL VTX Line Arrays and Crown I-Tech HD Amplifiers

SAN DIEGO, California — When Crosby, Stills and Nash first started singing together in 1968, they immediately knew they had something special in their distinctive blend of soaring vocal harmonies and hybrid folk-rock musical style. In 2014 they are still going strong, having recently completed a nationwide tour performing career-spanning hits and new songs. For the 2014 tour, CSN’s live sound company Sound Image upped the performance of its tour sound rig using HARMAN’s JBL flagship VTX line arrays and latest-generation Crown I-Tech HD Series amplifiers.

For every venue on the tour, Escondido, California-based Sound Image used a combination of JBL V20 line array elements and S25 suspendable, cardioid-arrayable subwoofers. “Typical CSN concert venues vary between sheds in the summer and theaters with a balcony,” noted Gary Sanguinet of Sound Image’s touring division. “Based on the size of the theater, on each side of the stage we hung a split array of six V20 loudspeakers, one or two S25 subs, and six more V20 boxes on the bottom of each hang, and then placed anywhere from six to eight additional S25 subs on the ground for additional low-frequency reinforcement.”

All the loudspeakers and subwoofers were driven with 48 of Crown’s flagship I-Tech 12000HD amplifiers. The 2014 tour marked the first time Sanguinet and Sound Image’s front of house engineer Kevin Madigan used the VTX line arrays and JBL HiQnet Performance Manager™ setup and system calibration software. For the first few tour dates Sanguinet and Madigan worked with Paul Bauman and Eric Friedlander of JBL to dial in and finalize some of the system’s settings. “The I-Tech HD Series amps have internal processing and presets that are specifically designed for use with JBL VTX line arrays and I have to say the amps work really well with these boxes,” noted Sanguinet. “It took us a couple of shows to dial in the ‘comfortable’ EQ settings but once we did we found we had to change the settings very little from room to room and they were pretty minor changes at that.”

Sanguinet and his crew found the JBL VTX/Crown I-Tech HD rig easier to set up not only because the VTX arrays and I-Tech HD amps work in synergy but also because the loudspeakers are lighter in weight than other line arrays. “With the VTX arrays, Sound Image can put up as much PA as they want, regardless of whether the installation calls for only one point per side or more,” Sanguinet remarked and he also found Performance Manager’s modeling capability to be extremely helpful in determining the installation parameters, speeding up the setup process considerably.

It’s no secret to say that for CSN the most important attribute of the live sound rig is getting CSN’s voices exactly right. For Madigan, who has been working with CSN for five years, that means a very coherent system that has wide, even, linear frequency response with the ability to deliver clean, punchy vocals. “CSN’s vocals are iconic at this point. Other people could try to sing those notes but only CSN sound like they do, so the harmonies are CSN’s signature and they dictate how the system has to sound,” he said.

Madigan is extremely impressed with the D2 dual-diaphragm high-frequency compression driver in the JBL V20. “The definition and detail are really impressive and bring out the character and distinctive timbre of Crosby, Stills and Nash’s voices to a degree I’ve never heard before in a live sound situation. With the vocal blend so predominantly important, the clarity and intelligibility of this system was a huge part of the success we had on this tour.”

Madigan also credits the talent and professionalism of CSN’s backing band and their techs. “I’m often asked how I get such a great drum or acoustic guitar sound and I’m halfway embarrassed to say I don’t. OK, I’m very careful about mics, DI’s, EQ, dynamics and effects, but I’m working with a top-notch backing band and they and their techs give me such good sounds to work with that I can pretty much take what they give me, run it through the PA and adjust the levels as needed during the show.”

For Madigan it’s ultimately not just about having a “good ear” – he feels that in order to mix Crosby, Stills and Nash properly the person behind the board has to be aware of the musical heritage of the group, what they expect and what their fans expect. “The vocals are far and away the most important part of mixing the show and take the majority of my attention. Everything else is built around that. Having a PA that’s perfectly tuned and exceptional sounding makes mixing much easier. The ability of the Crown I-Tech HD amps to be optimized with the VTX arrays gives me the assurance that the system is always working at optimum performance.”

Madigan concluded, “We’re giving Crosby, Stills and Nash and their audiences the best sound I’ve ever heard from a live sound rig. For a vocally-oriented group like CSN, the clarity and natural, effortless quality this system provides is a match made in heaven.”

For more information on Sound Image, please visit www.sound-image.com

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets premier audio, visual, infotainment and enterprise automation solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets. With leading brands including AKG®, Harman Kardon®, Infinity®, JBL®, Lexicon® , Mark Levinson ® and Revel®, the Company is admired by audiophiles, musicians and the entertainment venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of approximately 17,600 people across the Americas, Europe, and Asia and reported sales of $5.9 billion during the last 12 months ended December 31, 2014.

Sight & Sound Theatres Adds HARMAN’s Studer Vista X Digital Console to Deliver Theatrical Productions of Biblical Proportions

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pennsylvania – Sight & Sound Theatres, one of the world’s most unique and successful Biblically-based theater companies, is dedicated to “Bringing the Bible to Life” with an ongoing series of immersive stage productions depicting Christian stories that often break through the “fourth wall” and directly engage the audience. Owned by the Eshelman Family, Sight & Sound Theatres has hosted more than 15 million guests since its founding in 1976. Recently, Sight & Sound Theatres ensured an even more engaging audio experience for its guests with an upgrade to a HARMAN Studer Vista X digital mixing console.

Sight & Sound Theatre’s primary location is a 2,000-seat theater in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, with a second theater in Branson, Missouri. Sight & Sound’s productions typically begin in Lancaster County before moving on to the Branson location.

“We provide our audiences with a very immersive experience that goes beyond a typical theatrical production,” said Gary Parke, Audio Operations Supervisor for Sight & Sound Theatres. “In fact, both theaters have additional stages to the side of the main stage, so that a lot of our shows feature a 180-degree stage setup.”

Looking to add to this immersive experience, the addition of the Studer Vista X digital console to the Lancaster County Theater marks a massive improvement in audio quality. Furthermore, the console’s ease of use relative to its limitless capabilities made it an attractive option for Parke, who oversees all the programming for Sight & Sound Theatres.

“Flexibility and input/output count were big factors in choosing the Vista X,” Parke noted. “The ability to build our I/O configuration to our exact preferences was a very attractive feature.”

The Studer Vista X offers an unsurpassed intuitive user interface and features Studer’s patented Vistonics™ and FaderGlow™ features, while providing control of 800 or more audio DSP channels and more than 5,000 inputs and outputs. At the heart of the system is the Infinity DSP core, which uses CPU-based processors to provide huge numbers of DSP channels for large-scale, high-resolution audio processing and mixing.

The theater is currently using 64 wireless microphones and playing back the audio via Steinberg Nuendo audio software. All audio will be fed into the Vista X via Audinate’s Dante networking technology. “In addition to the I/O flexibility, the Vista X will make it so easy to be creative in developing a realistic audio atmosphere for the audience, so we can create ambient sound effects that really make guests feel like they’re part of the story,” Parke said. “The Vista X gives us so much more flexibility than we have had before.”

For more information on Sight & Sound Theatres, please visit www.sight-sound.com

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets premier audio, visual, infotainment and enterprise automation solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets. With leading brands including AKG®, Harman Kardon®, Infinity®, JBL®, Lexicon®, Mark Levinson ® and Revel®, the Company is admired by audiophiles, musicians and the entertainment venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of approximately 17,600 people across the Americas, Europe, and Asia and reported sales of $5.9 billion during the last 12 months ended December 31, 2014.

HARMAN Martin Professional’s Compact and Efficient M2GO Console is a Tremendously Versatile Tour Companion

Alexey Zhivanov
NOVOSIBIRSK, Russia – In November 2014, Alexey Zhivanov, Lighting Designer for Russian stage rental and install firm Grand Show, was tasked with supporting two distinct events: a rock concert at a nightclub and a ballet staged in a traditional opera house. To accommodate the needs of each production, he brought along the versatile HARMAN Martin Professional M2GO lighting controller.

Maximilians, the Siberian restaurant and venue where Russian rock band Chizh & Co performed, is equipped with a small array of fixtures including projectors, LED Wash Zoom fixtures, LED spots, strobes and smoke machines. Zhivanov didn’t need any additional touchscreen monitors or gear to control the lighting fixtures. He simply connected the M2GO to his laptop.

“The rock concert focused mainly on slow compositions, so I programmed scenes filled with warm colors and smooth effects”, said Zhivanov. “The M2GO is efficient and easy to program presets and a PATCH. I only spent an hour preparing for the entire show.”

After Maximilians, Zhivanov made his way to the Novosibirsk State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre to light the 60-year anniversary performance of Harvest Days: Reclaiming Virgin and Fallow Lands. High-ranking government officials would be in attendance at the ceremonial event so Zhivanov, who felt he had no room for error, planned accordingly.

“I ran the show with the M2GO, using a Martin M-PC for data backup and additional features”, said Zhivanov. “Everything went great. The console worked perfectly and the M-PC sped up programming even further.”

Since the console was located far offstage in the control room, Zhivanov used Touch OSC software to make adjustments remotely from where he stood at the side of the stage.

“From front of house, I could not see some lighting fixtures installed on the top trusses,” he said. “Since the Opera House is quite large, it would have been inconvenient for me to constantly run back and forth from the control room to the stage. All M-Series products integrate OSC protocol, which really rescued me when it came to programming effects.”

Even though the performances couldn’t have been more different, Zhivanov believes the M2GO was instrumental in producing both shows for its efficiency and versatility. “With such limited time for rehearsals, the M-Series Effect Generator and presets were very useful,” said Zhivanov. “I really appreciate M-Series controllers for their expeditious programming. I can always work quickly, control operations remotely and easily add new fixtures to the library. In other words, I can complete every element of the task at hand.”

He is also grateful to the Martin Russia team for its support. “They are real professionals and are always ready to help,” he said.

Read more about Grand Show: http://grandshow.org/

For more information, please visit: www.martin.com

As a world leader in the creation of dynamic lighting solutions for the entertainment, architectural, and commercial sectors, Martin lighting and video systems are renowned the world over. Martin also offers a range of advanced lighting controllers and media servers, as well as a complete line of smoke machines as a complement to intelligent lighting. Martin operates the industry’s most complete and capable distributor network with local partners in nearly 100 countries. Founded in 1987 and based in Aarhus, Denmark, Martin is the lighting division of global infotainment and audio company HARMAN International Industries. For more information please visit: www.martin.com.

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets premier audio, visual, infotainment and enterprise automation solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets. With leading brands including AKG®, Harman Kardon®, Infinity®, JBL®, Lexicon®, Mark Levinson® and Revel®, the Company is admired by audiophiles, musicians and the entertainment venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of approximately 17,600 people across the Americas, Europe, and Asia and reported sales of $5.9 billion during the last 12 months ended December 31, 2014.

HARMAN’s Martin Professional Lighting Enhances Atmosphere on The Rocky Horror Show’s German Tour

Photo by Jens Hauer and Thommy Mardo
BONN, Germany — The long-running cult musical The Rocky Horror Show is back on stage for a 6-month tour of Germany and features an array of HARMAN Martin Professional lighting fixtures to underscore the production’s more distinctive elements.

Since its first performance at the Royal Court Theatre in London 40 years ago, more than 20 million people have seen Richard O’Brien’s bizarre story about a newly engaged couple, the mad transvestite Dr. Frank-N-Furter and his artificial creature, Rocky Horror.

For the German tour, lighting designer David Howe specified a rig mostly comprised of fixtures from Martin Professional, including MAC Viper Washes, MAC Viper Performances, MAC Auras, MAC 700 Profiles and Stagebars.

“The lighting designer is always the guy who has the wild ideas,” said Howe. “However, rather than creating an overwhelming light show, I wanted to draw the audience’s attention to the story, the characters, and the bizarre atmosphere in Dr. Frank-N-Furter’s house.”

No stranger to the production, this tour will be Howe’s sixth time working on the Rocky Horror Show.

“I used to specify the MAC 2000 Wash but this time I wanted to try out the MAC Viper Wash,” he said. “Its ability to blast colors out onto the stage is perfect for big venues and arenas.”

Howe refers to the MAC Viper as an upgrade over the MAC 2000 and speaks highly of the fixture’s benefits, especially for this particular production.

“The MAC Viper features beautiful, saturated colors and due to the high output, it really brings power to the lighting design- ideal to stage this crazy cocktail of classic rock ’n’ roll, eccentric people and broken conventions,” he said.

Howe replaced the MAC 401, which he used to illuminate the curtains on previous shows, with the MAC Aura.

“The MAC Aura’s LED technology makes it such a versatile fixture,” said Howe. “It’s great for lighting actors’ faces, which I could never have done with a traditional LED fixture. The MAC Aura’s tungsten adds a realistic quality that makes the light move in a fluent, natural way.”

However, technology and innovative features are not the only parameters Howe considers important. Since a successful show also needs reliable equipment and experienced partners, he recruited Showconcept, one of Germany’s leading full-service providers of technical equipment for touring, stage productions and TV-shows, to provide the lighting equipment, rigging and on-site assistance.

“My team of three doesn’t have time to concentrate on broken fixtures,” said Howe. “Showconcept’s team is completely professional. They make sure that the lights are always functional so that we can focus on the design.”

Andreas Rescheneder of Showconcept acted as technical director on the production.

“The equipment must usually endure eight shows per week plus rehearsals,” said Rescheneder. “If, for instance, I have 100 fixtures in the rig, I can’t risk half of them falling out and having to be repaired. I only invest in reliable and high-quality products, like Martin fixtures, which have been thoroughly tested by the manufacturer.”

The Rocky Horror Show is on tour in Germany until Aug. 2, 2015. For more information, please visit http://www.rocky-horror-show.de/

For more information, please visit: http://www.showconcept.com/default.html

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For more information, please visit: www.martin.com

As a world leader in the creation of dynamic lighting solutions for the entertainment, architectural, and commercial sectors, Martin lighting and video systems are renowned the world over. Martin also offers a range of advanced lighting controllers and media servers, as well as a complete line of smoke machines as a complement to intelligent lighting. Martin operates the industry’s most complete and capable distributor network with local partners in nearly 100 countries. Founded in 1987 and based in Aarhus, Denmark, Martin is the lighting division of global infotainment and audio company HARMAN International Industries. For more information please visit: www.martin.com.

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets premier audio, visual, infotainment and enterprise automation solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets. With leading brands including AKG®, Harman Kardon®, Infinity®, JBL®, Lexicon®, Mark Levinson® and Revel®, the Company is admired by audiophiles, musicians and the entertainment venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of approximately 17,600 people across the Americas, Europe, and Asia and reported sales of $5.9 billion during the last 12 months ended December 31, 2014.

Shanghai University of International Business and Economics Upgrades Classrooms With HARMAN’s AKG Perception Wireless Microphone Systems

SHANGHAI, China – The renowned Shanghai University of International Business and Economics recently added 111 HARMAN’s AKG Perception Wireless Microphone Systems for its on-campus lecture halls. Known for its diligence in handling large-scale projects across a wide range of verticals, including education, commercial, hospitality and entertainment, integrator Gold Sound chose the presenter set of this system to deliver a sustainable solution on a tight budget.

One hundred fifty AKG Perception kits were acquired to provide reliable performance, ease of use, and clear and natural-sounding voice input for instructors in lecture halls. Due to the university’s large rooms, the system had to be able to project sufficient and uniform sound to meet the requirements.

“We like AKG not just because of its worldwide popularity, but also for what they offer at a reasonable price,” said Liang Yu Sales Manager of Gold Sound. “The WMS45 system provides high speech intelligibility, which is exactly what the customer was looking for. No other company has something in this price range that allows users to speak so easily with natural and clear sound.”

When asked whether there were aspects of the system that did not live up to his expectations, Yu responded: “There were none. The teachers loved the system, because it is so easy to use due to its plug-and-play functionality. Also, because of AKG’s reliability, they don’t have to worry about technical problems no matter how many lectures they use the microphones in.”

More information on AKG’s products can be found on www.akg.com/pro

For more information on Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, please visit http://www.shift.edu.cn

For more information on Gold Sound, please visit http://www.goldsound.cn

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets premier audio, visual, infotainment and enterprise automation solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets. With leading brands including AKG®, Harman Kardon®, Infinity®, JBL®, Lexicon®, Mark Levinson ® and Revel®, the Company is admired by audiophiles, musicians and the entertainment venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of approximately 17,600 people across the Americas, Europe, and Asia and reported sales of $5.9 billion during the last 12 months ended December 31, 2014.

Massive Attack Completes World Tour With HARMAN’s Soundcraft Vi4 Digital Audio Console and Realtime Rack

BRISTOL, United Kingdom – Having completed an international tour across prominent destinations such as Istanbul, Barcelona, Iceland, Berlin, Mexico City and ending in San Francisco, legendary musical duo Massive Attack needed an expert crew and a rigorous audio system to provide the unforgettable concert experience on which Massive Attack’s live reputation is built. To that end, audio engineer Paul Hatt used a HARMAN’s Soundcraft Vi4 console to mix monitors for the entire tour.

While packing all the features of the larger Vi6, the Vi4 was an excellent choice for moving between destinations, and mixing with a small footprint. Hatt also used a 32-channel Soundcraft Compact Stagebox for the input extension beyond the fully loaded Vi stage rack, plus a 64-channel Soundcraft Stagebox for additional inputs.

“I think this tour has been the most arduous outing I’ve put the Vi through to date,” said Hatt. “The Vi4 has been thrown about in local trucks, charter flights and endured both extreme heat and torrential rain. In southern Italy we rallied around building impromptu gazebos and placed fans around the desk as the direct sunlight and temperature became too intense, and then in Mexico we had to evacuate the stage after five songs due to an electrical storm. The desk just keeps going and duly boots up every day without issues.”

Since most of the programming was done in production rehearsals, a typical show day for the technical team starts with loading in early in the morning, followed by a line-check and a rollback on all the gear. They then return in the evening for another line-check before show time. For Hatt, the absence of backline amps or loudspeakers on-stage and a good separation of microphones to minimalize spill created a pleasant mixing environment.

“The shows we do are dynamic and scene-heavy from a mixing perspective,” said Hatt. “Everyone is on IEM’s and there are two drum kits, acoustic and electric, the latter providing what can be quite radically different triggered sounds from one song to the next. It’s actually been great on this tour to really get a bit deeper into the snapshot capabilities of the Vi4. I’ve used this desk as a layered analog console for years, but now I’ve had the chance to deal with it on a more technical level, and I’ve been very pleased with the results.”

Hatt also had the chance of using the Soundcraft Realtime Rack over the course of the tour. It provides industry-standard UAD studio plug-ins to the Soundcraft platform, while its SHARC-based processors run audio over MADI, and ensures DSP stability and sound quality.

“The Realtime Rack gives me a blank canvas to introduce some very high-end plug-ins to the mix,” said Hatt. “Though I’m only scratching the surface of this technology on this tour, it’s a very elegant solution, and the more I use it the more I like it. Ultimately, it hooks up easily via MADI connections and is a very exciting addition to the Vi environment.”

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets premier audio, visual, infotainment and enterprise automation solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets. With leading brands including AKG®, Harman Kardon®, Infinity®, JBL®, Lexicon®, Mark Levinson ® and Revel®, the Company is admired by audiophiles, musicians and the entertainment venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of approximately 17,600 people across the Americas, Europe, and Asia and reported sales of $5.9 billion during the last 12 months ended December 31, 2014.

ESS Audio Integrates HARMAN Professional Audio System for new European Solidarity Centre

GDANSK, Poland– The new European Solidarity Centre has opened next to the famous Gdansk shipyards in Poland. Built over five stories, it has been designed to give the impression of walls cracking and tilting, and is covered in rust-colored sheet metal resembling a ship’s hull. Conceived as an homage to former president, Lech Walesa, it represents a symbol of the peaceful victory of the Solidarity (NSZZ Solidarność) movement of which he was leader. Providing a fully integrated, world-class audio system, ESS Audio provided a variety of solutions from the HARMAN Professional portfolio.

The permanent exhibition at the European Solidarity Centre now occupies an area of ​​almost 3,000 square meters of the building’s first and second floors, the main theme being the activity of the trade unions that led to democratic changes across Central and Eastern Europe. The conventional exhibition merges with the latest multimedia solutions, in a series of presentations that includes photographs, film archives, documents and maps, as well as multimedia presentations.

The principal requirement in the main multifunctional hall was to transmit microphone signals at conferences, meetings and seminars while the overall digital system would play multimedia content, background music and so on.

Since cinema is among the media hosted in the multipurpose hall, ESS Audio specified a JBL cinema surround sound system. This comprises three JBL 3732 3-way loudspeakers, two JBL 4642A subwoofers and 19 JBL 8340A surround loudspeakers, all driven by Crown DSi 2000 amps. The main full-band loudspeakers and subwoofers are set on trolleys, so they can be moved away when not in use.

The main sound reinforcement system comprises two hangs of eight JBL VERTEC® VT4886 subcompact line array loudspeakers per side, with a Soundcraft Vi6 optical 96-channel digital mixing console.

Controlling and boosting the digital signage are four BSS Soundweb London BLU-800 DSP’s populated with AEC (Acoustic Echo Cancellation) Input Cards. This manages 14 JBL CBT50LA column loudspeakers (two CBT50LA’s for every LCD monitor), which are powered by four Crown ComTech DriveCore CT4150 amps and Crown CT16S 16-input amplifier switchers. AKG PZM10 boundary measurement microphones are connected to the BSS Audio processors, and adjust the sound volume in every multimedia set-up.

AKG microphones are also in heavy use throughout, headed by a DMS700 digital wireless system comprising six DSR700 receivers and 12 DHT-700/D5 handheld transmitters and six DPT 700 bodypack transmitters (and HC577L headworn mic). Other microphones include six dynamic D7 and six C5 handheld condenser microphones.

All this equipment is available for use in the main hall, as well as the stage in the foyer, according to requirements.

Meanwhile, the exhibitions rooms have been equipped with a distributed sound system, consisting of 30 JBL Control 24CT Micro Plus-Black and four JBL Control 25T ceiling and wall loudspeakers. All are driven by Crown CDi1000 amps and controlled by two Soundweb London BLU-100 processors.

Finally, ESS Audio supplied a roving mobile sound reinforcement system, comprising a Soundcraft Si Expression 2 console, six JBL VRX932LAP powered Constant Curvature loudspeakers and six VRX918SP subs.

As a cultural, educational and historic research hub the European Solidarity Centre now has the high performance, versatile technical infrastructure that it needs. “The decision for every component chosen was based on its performance guidelines,” said ESS Audio’s Witold Karalow. “The systems chosen by us from the HARMAN catalog have been designed to meet all customer requirements.”

The contract for the technical fit-out was issued by Gdańskie Inwestycje Komunalne Sp. z o.o. (Gdańsk Municipal Investments Ltd.), on behalf of the local Gdańsk City Municipality (Gmina Miejska w Gdańsku). This was awarded to the consortium of RGBS Systemy Audiowizualne Sp. z o.o./ Awaco Project Sp. z o.o.

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets premier audio, visual, infotainment and enterprise automation solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets. With leading brands including AKG®, Harman Kardon®, Infinity®, JBL®, Lexicon® , Mark Levinson ® and Revel®, the Company is admired by audiophiles, musicians and the entertainment venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of approximately 17,600 people across the Americas, Europe, and Asia and reported sales of $5.9 billion during the last 12 months ended December 31, 2014.
 

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