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Altec Lansing Mount SpeakersEstablished in 1937, today Altec Lansing Professional is a leading manufacturer of high performance, high quality professional audio systems and components. Altec Lansing traces its history to the group of Western ElectricÂ® engineers who developed the first commercial professional sound system for the movie "The Jazz Singer" starring Al Jolson. This "talkie" revolutionized motion picture sound, and marked the starting point of the twentieth century audio revolution. Altec Lansing celebrates the company's rich heritage in the professional audio industry. Our history of technological innovation is unmatched.
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