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Prospec’s custom listening booth hits the road

Prospec’s custom listening booth hits the road

MT. PLEASANT, S.C. — JBL’s slogan is “Hear the Truth.” That’s why Prospec Electronics is hitting the road this spring with the latest in environmental audio for outdoor adventurers.

Its custom listening booth inside a trailer will travel to distributors, OEM and retail dealer accounts and shows, fishing tournaments and other key national events.

Featuring an eye-catching custom vinyl wrap, the inside displays the latest in stereo receivers, amplifiers, speakers and accessories for boats, RVs, UTVs, motorcycles, golf cars, hot tubs and entertainment islands. Guests experience the clear, crisp sound of premier brands such as Infinity by Harman, JBL by Harman and Milennia, all while comfortably seated, said Josh Berry, Prospec Electronics director of sales and marketing.

Bringing audio to customers can be a bit of a challenge due to the nature of shipping heavy displays. And, while a PowerPoint is an effective presentation tool, it is not all-encompassing, he explained.

This portable exhibit allows Prospec to tastefully show their complete line in a relaxed environment. Because it’s five o’clock somewhere, the mobile exhibit has a built-in keg with custom tap handle.

“We’re excited to get out and show this traveling marvel to customers this spring,” said Berry. “Once they experience the depth and clarity of a high-performance outdoor stereo, they’ll understand what they’ve been missing.”

For 30 years, Prospec Electronics has manufactured and distributed a wide range of receivers, amplifiers, speakers, remotes and complete stereo packages.

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SOURCE: Prospec Electronics press release

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Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report.

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