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.
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.
KENWOOD USA announced that it has hired industry veteran Randy Davis to become its next Western Region Sales Manager.
Kenwood announced that Rob Sutton has been named Director of Sales for the Car Electronics division, a promotion from Western Region Manager.
Kenwood USA announced it has hired Seth Halstead to fulfill the duties of regional training manager for the company's car electronics division.
Kenwood announced that all products in its DNX line of multimedia receivers are currently shipping. Introduced at International CES in January, the line consisting of five models is expected to be on retailers' shelves by the end of the month.
Kenwood is announcing four new subwoofers, three marine / outdoor amplifiers and two color options for two sizes of outdoor-ready speakers at the 2015 International CES.
Kenwood will display the DDX9902S, the first receiver in its lineup that includes Apple® CarPlay, the smarter, safer and more fun way to use iPhone® in the vehicle. The multimedia receiver will also include Android Auto, which leverages features of an Android phone through a driver-friendly interface.
Kenwood introduced the successor to its popular DNN991HD connected receiver at the 2015 International CES: the DNN992.
The accomplished manufacturer of quality mobile electronics products for the aftermarket will occupy booth No. 1702 in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, with product offerings that push connectivity to new levels.