KENWOOD USA announced it is shipping the first of its 2016 line of CD receivers this month. The KDC-125U and KDC-165U target the budget-minded consumer who wants a multitude of media options in an attractive, user-friendly design.
JVC Mobile, worldwide provider of audio/visual entertainment products for the vehicle, announced it has hired Adam Ortiz to assume the position of training manager.
The new Curb-Alert Park View PRO allows the user to see, as well as be alerted to, obstacles with a camera that automatically shows the front view through a factory or aftermarket in-vehicle display.
Brandmotion LLC, leading provider of Authentic OEM™ vehicle safety solutions to the aftermarket, announced its Annual Vehicle Rear Vision Market Study is available for download.
The new, patent-pending Axis Creator System is the company's most versatile system to date, empowering professional fabricators to design panels and fascia that integrate with and complement any vehicle interior.
The Excelon DDX6902S (MSRP $850.00) and DDX6702S (MSRP $800.00) expand the family of units equipped with Apple® CarPlay®, the Apple-produced in-vehicle interface for iPhone®.
The premier manufacturer of connected multimedia systems and car audio components unveiled three sets of headphones—two in-ear and an over-the-ear model. This week, Kenwood announced that the three models are now available and shipping to retailers.
Mobile Solutions, premier technical installation training center and supplier of fabrication tools and solutions for the mobile electronics industry, announced that July 2015 marks the company’s 10-year anniversary of its founding.
Sound FX, the leading vehicle enhancement center on the Delmarva Peninsula, announced the relaunch of its consumer website at http://www.sound-fx.net/car.
Today, the maker of premium entertainment systems for the automotive environment announced that the KENWOOD Excelon DDX9902S and KENWOOD DDX9702S are shipping to retailers, with suggested MSRPs of $950.00 and $900.00, respectively.