In car entertainment
In-car entertainment (ICE), or in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), is a collection of hardware devices installed into automobiles, or other forms of road transportation, to provide audio or video entertain...
In car entertainment - Wikipedia
Mark Levinson
This is my 2007 Lexus ES350 with the ultra luxury package, it has a 14 speaker surround sound audio system with mp3 and DVD/DVD audio capabilities and an aux...
Infinity (audio)
An ad we made for car audio equipment.
Boston Acoustics
Two 10's in a sealed enclosure, each powered by a Kenwood KAC-9125D.
AVI Sound International
Just a video (without sound) of the final 7 minutes approach and landing at Orlando International Airport. Its not an exciting video, but after 9 hours sat i...
Car audio
Vehicle audio includes mobile audio, car audio, 12-volt (sometimes other voltages such as 6-volts for pre-1950s vintage cars and 24-volt for civilianized military vehicles or heavy-duty commercial civ...
Car audio - Wikipedia
Carputer
A carputer or carPC is a category of mobile computer or tablet designed or modified specifically to be installed and run in cars. Originally these were based on industrial personal computer technology...
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In-car internet
In-car Internet refers to Internet service provided in a car.
Most in-car Internet systems use mobile phone networks to provide Internet service. Novatel and other companies sell wireless routers ...
Microsoft Auto
Windows Embedded Automotive (also previously known as Microsoft Auto, Windows CE for Automotive, Windows Automotive, and Windows Mobile for Automotive) is an operating system subfamily of Windows Embe...
Blaupunkt
 Blaupunkt  GmbH is a German manufacturer of electronics equipment, noted for its home and car audio equipment. It was a 100% subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH until 1 March 2009, when its Af...
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Infinity (audio)
Infinity Systems is an American manufacturer of loudspeakers founded in 1968. Since 1983, Infinity has been part of the Harman International Industries group headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut. In...
Bose
Bose may refer to:
Milbert Amplifiers
Milbert Amplifiers is a company which manufactures high-end vacuum-tube audio equipment. While it is perhaps best known for its mobile vacuum-tube audio amplifiers, which were introduced in 1986 and ...
MESA Certification
MESA Certification is the Mobile Electronics Schools Association, an organization initiated by privately owned mobile electronics schools. The association develops educational standards for all approv...
MESA Certification - Wikipedia
IDrive
iDrive is a computer system used to control most secondary vehicle systems in many current BMW cars. World premiere in 2001 on BMW 7 Series (E65). It unifies vehicle systems under a single control arc...
IDrive - Wikipedia
Metra Electronics
Metra Electronics (Holly Hill, Florida) is an American automotive electronics company, specializing in audio electronics systems and 12 volt accessories. Established in 1949 and since called "Installe...
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Boom car
Vehicle audio includes mobile audio, car audio, 12-volt (sometimes other voltages such as 6-volts for pre-1950s vintage cars and 24-volt for civilianized military vehicles or heavy-duty commercial civ...
Boom car - Wikipedia
Vehicle audio
Vehicle audio includes mobile audio, car audio, 12-volt (sometimes other voltages such as 6-volts for pre-1950s vintage cars and 24-volt for civilianized military vehicles or heavy-duty commercial civ...
Vehicle audio - Wikipedia
Mobile Electronic Certified Professional
The Mobile Electronic Certified Professional (MECP) is a certificate of achievement program in the United States that it is managed and administered by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). The ...
Windows Embedded Automotive
Windows Embedded Automotive (also previously known as Microsoft Auto, Windows CE for Automotive, Windows Automotive, and Windows Mobile for Automotive) is an operating system subfamily of Windows Embe...
Clarion (company)
Clarion Co., Ltd. (クラリオン株式会社, Kurarion Kabushiki-gaisha) is a Japanese manufacturer of car audio, automotive navigation systems, AutoPCs, visual equipment, bus equipment, and communication equ...
Clarion (company) - Wikipedia
Connectors for car audio
Several types of connectors for car audio systems are used.
ISO 10487 defines a standard for connectors for the head unit to the car's electrical system, consisting of a system of four different c...
Connectors for car audio - Wikipedia
AVI Sound International
Based in Vancouver, BC, Canada, AVI was established in 1989 to manufacture high quality loudspeaker drivers. The initial AVI products, all designed by chief engineer Howard Doctor, were high performan...
Harman Kardon
Harman/Kardon is a division of Harman International Industries and manufactures home and car audio equipment. It was founded in 1953 by Sidney Harman and Bernard Kardon.
In the early 1950s, Sidney...
Harman Kardon - Wikipedia
Boston Acoustics
Founded in 1979 by Advent veterans Andy Kotsatos and Frank Reed, Boston Acoustics is a manufacturer of home and mobile audio equipment. Boston Acoustics entered the mobile audio category in 1983.Bosto...
MyFord Touch
MyFord Touch (branded as MyLincoln Touch on Ford's Lincoln brand products.) is an in-car communications and entertainment system developed by the Ford Motor Company, based on Microsoft technologies. T...
MyFord Touch - Wikipedia
Multi Media Interface
The Multi Media Interface (MMI) system is an in-car user interface media system developed by Audi, and was launched at the 2001 Frankfurt Motor Show on the Audi Avantissimo concept car. Production M...
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Motorola connector
A Motorola connector also known as a motorola antenna plug is a common coaxial cable RF connector used primarily in the automotive industry for connecting the coaxial feedline from the antenna to the ...
Motorola connector - Wikipedia