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Harman Kardon Soundstation

For the Auto­mo­tive Divi­sion of Harman Inter­na­tional, Oliver Schrott Kommu­nika­tion devel­oped a flex­ible “sound fuel station” as an inter­ac­tive commu­ni­ca­tion tool for press events ...

For the Auto­mo­tive Divi­sion of Harman Inter­na­tional, Oliver Schrott Kommu­nika­tion devel­oped a flex­ible “sound fuel station” as an inter­ac­tive commu­ni­ca­tion tool for press events. Using a converted fuel pump, jour­nal­ists can put together their personal play lists and then load them onto their vehicle sound system via SD card or USB stick.

Hidden inside the retro hard­ware is a specially-designed web-based down­load portal. Thanks to a co-oper­a­tion with Warner Music, the music pump is constantly stocked with the latest albums and titles. Further­more, the web portal also has an infor­ma­tion section on Harman Kardon sound systems with press texts and images avail­able for down­load.

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