Voxx Adds FlashLogic Programmer For iOS

Voxx Adds FlashLogic Programmer For iOS

By TWICE Staff On Apr 16 2014 - 4:35pm




Hauppauge, N.Y. — Voxx Electronics announced the newest addition to the FlashLogic program, the FlashLogic Weblink Mobile programmer (FLWLMAP1) for iPod, iPad and iPhone programming. 

This Weblink Mobile cable accessory gives installers the ability to “flash” a FlashLogic interface modules and Data Start systems with an iOS device without needing to be tied to the install bench or computer, said Voxx. Weblink Mobile is compatible with all FlashLogic Data Start systems, the FLCAN, FLTB1 and FLDL1 produced after September 2013.

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Cobra Expands Dash Cam Lineup

Cobra Expands Dash Cam Lineup

By Joseph Palenchar On Apr 11 2014 - 8:22am

Cobra CDR900 dash cam
Cobra’s $249-suggested CDR900 dash cam features 1080p video capture, G-Sensor to automatically save a video when an impact has been detected, and GPS to embed location information in videos.


Chicago — Cobra will expand its selection of dash cams in May with the shipment of a trio of models priced from a suggested $119 to $249.

The company launched its first two models last year at a suggested $99 and $149.

The new models record in 1080p and feature G-Sensor to automatically save a video when an impact has been detected. A motion sensor triggers video recording when motion is detected.

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JVC, Kenwood U.S. Subsidiaries Merging

JVC, Kenwood U.S. Subsidiaries Merging

By Joseph Palenchar On Apr 8 2014 - 9:14am




UPDATE! New York – JVC Kenwood will merge its two U.S. subsidiaries — JVC Americas and Kenwood USA — into a single subsidiary, effective Oct. 1.

JVC and Kenwood merged in 2008 to become JVC Kenwood, and the combined company has already merged its separate subsidiaries in other countries.

In a prepared statement, the company said JVC and Kenwood products will remain “two distinct brands in their respective user markets and sales channels.”

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DeMartin Joins Directed Electronics

DeMartin Joins Directed Electronics

By Steve Smith On Apr 4 2014 - 10:06am

Frank DeMartin
Frank DeMartin


Vista, Calif. – Frank DeMartin, longtime CE executive, has joined Directed Electronics this week product development and engineering senior VP.

DeMartin worked at Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America and then Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America from 2004 until 2013, first as marketing VP at the former and then sales, retail and distribution VP at the latter.

Prior to that, DeMartin held executive positions at Sharp Electronics from 1996 to 2002 and Sony Electronics from 1992 until 1996.

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Aamp Buys U.K.-Based Armour

Aamp Buys U.K.-Based Armour

By Joseph Palenchar On Mar 31 2014 - 4:44pm




Clearwater, Fla. — Aftermarket car-electronics accessory supplier Aamp of America completed the acquisition of U.K.-based Armour Automotive, marking Aamp’s sixth acquisition since the company was acquired by Audax Private Equity in November 2006.

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In-Vehicle Tech Popularity Grows, Says CEA

In-Vehicle Tech Popularity Grows, Says CEA

By TWICE Staff On Mar 7 2014 - 10:27am




Arlington, Va. — In-vehicle technology was an important factor when purchasing a new vehicle within the past year for more than half (59 percent) of online U.S. consumers of driving age, according to research released by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).

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Garmin Sales Down, Net Up In Quarter, Year

Garmin Sales Down, Net Up In Quarter, Year

By Joseph Palenchar On Feb 19 2014 - 1:40pm




Schaffhausen, Switzerland – GPS supplier Garmin posted a 1 percent decline in fourth-quarter sales and a 3 percent full-year decline but increased net income in both periods by 26.5 percent and 12.9 percent, respectively.

Sales in the North America region were down 3 percent for the quarter and 5 percent for the year.

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Companies Ready Vehicle-Specific OEM Car-Audio Upgrades

Companies Ready Vehicle-Specific OEM Car-Audio Upgrades

By Joseph Palenchar On Jan 14 2014 - 5:20pm




Las Vegas – More aftermarket car-audio upgrade packages are being tailored for use in specific vehicles with the vehicle’s factory radio.

At International CES, Harman unveiled vehicle-specific aftermarket upgrade packages tailored for specific vehicles in various countries. The first system for a U.S. market vehicle is intended for the Jeep Wrangler and will be JBL-branded.

Rockford expanded its selection of vehicle-specific systems under the Match brand.

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Volvo, Ericsson Make Auto Connection

Volvo, Ericsson Make Auto Connection

By Peter Suciu On Jan 9 2014 - 5:17pm




Las Vegas  The Volvo Car Group announced the launch of its Sensus Connect, an onboard infotainment and navigation solution that is built on Ericsson’s Connected Vehicle Cloud.

The onboard experience will combine connected services, infotainment, navigation and audio, including the first ever solution utilizing built-in connectivity supported by Pandora Internet Radio.

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Scosche Debuts magicMOUNTs For Car, Home, Office

Scosche Debuts magicMOUNTs For Car, Home, Office

TWICE Staff On Jan 8 2014 - 2:14pm




Las Vegas Scosche is introducing the magicMOUNT system of cradle free magnetic mounts for car, home or office.

Users apply the magicPLATE directly to their device and hover it over one of Scosche’s new magicMOUNTs to securely lock the smartphone, tablet or GPS into place, the company said.

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