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December 24, 1991 | PHILIPP GOLLNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the halls of Harman International Industries Inc. in Northridge, executives speak with awe of "Project K2." It's not a classified weapons system but a set of audio loudspeakers named after the Himalayan peak, K2, which is considered the most difficult mountain on earth to climb. The 4-foot-tall speaker, available in whitewashed maple and black lacquer, is the crowning jewel of JBL Inc., Harman's main subsidiary and one of the oldest and best-known names in the speaker business.
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December 24, 1991 | PHILIPP GOLLNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the halls of Harman International Industries Inc. in Northridge, executives speak with awe of "Project K2." It's not a classified weapons system but a set of audio loudspeakers named after the Himalayan peak, K2, which is considered the most difficult mountain on earth to climb. The 4-foot-tall speaker, available in whitewashed maple and black lacquer, is the crowning jewel of JBL Inc., Harman's main subsidiary and one of the oldest and best-known names in the speaker business.
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