Alpine Electronics

Alpine Debuts New Receivers
February 14, 2013

Alpine Electronics has introduced three new full-featured CD receivers equipped with an array of features that appeal to car audio enthusiasts and are compatible with Alpine’s new smartphone sound tuning app, TuneIt.

The three new CD receivers are the CDE-HD149BT ($299.95), CDE-HD148BT ($249.95) and the CDE-147BT ($199.95).

"Sound quality has always been a hallmark of Alpine products and the robust features found on these CD receivers will not disappoint," said Steve Crawford, vice president and general manager, aftermarket business unit, Alpine Electronics of America, Inc.

New In-Dash App Receiver From Alpine Offers Cloud Connection Options
February 3, 2013

Alpine Electronics has introduced a new in-dash app receiver with connectivity options to several cloud-based content sources. The ICS-X7HD is the first of its kind for the company and won an Innovations award in the In-Vehicle Audio category at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. "Alpine is excited to introduce the ICS-X7HD as the company's first product to serve as a content aggregator of entertainment and information apps," said Steve Crawford, vice president and general manager, aftermarket business unit, Alpine Electronics of America, Inc.

Alpine Electronics Offering Several Driver Assist Solutions
January 30, 2013

Alpine Electronics offers a full array of driver assist solutions consisting of eight camera systems and a parking assist sensor.

The camera systems range from the entry level HCE-C104 rear view camera; to the HCE-C212F and HCE-210RD front and rear cameras with multiple viewing modes; up to the HCE-C305R ActiveView rear camera system that detects moving objects behind the vehicle by providing audible and visual warnings.

Alpine Unveils New, More Affordable Head Units
January 21, 2013

Alpine Electronics introduced three new single-DIN head units at CES designed to deliver great sound in the car at a low, budget-friendly price. These entry-level head units address the demand for budget-friendly products that playback music from popular storage formats.

Alpine Ingrained in Your Dash
January 16, 2013

Alpine displayed a variety of new products at 2013 CES with some brand new in-dash receivers and award-winning features like Siri Eyes Free Mode and TuneIt. Alpine also brought the noise with brand new amplifier and subwoofer lines.

Alpine Rep Whitehouse Dies
November 27, 2012


Bill Whitehouse, a three-decade veteran of the A/V industry and a 13-year employee of Alpine Electronics, passed away earlier this month.

Alpine Supplies Audio System for 2013 Dodge Dart
July 11, 2012

Alpine Electronics announced that it will supply the premium branded audio system for the 2013 Dodge Dart.

The system will use nine loudspeakers and Euphony Automobile Surround Sound to give a theater-like sound experience, and a high-excursion dual voice coil subwoofer in the rear for high-powered bass.

Scosche Hires Kemmerer From Alpine
May 1, 2012

Scosche announced Monday that it has named Jason Kemmerer its new director of product management. Kemmerer is a former Product Planning Division Manager for Alpine Electronics.

Alpine Shows Largest Head Unit in the Aftermarket World
January 26, 2012

At CES 2012, Alpine showed off a number of headunits and a great installation solution.

The first batch of headunits are compatible with with iPhone, Android and BlackBerry phones, and feature Pandora Radio. The models allow a listener to thumbs-up, thumbs-down, skip, and even create new stations directly from the screen of the single or double DIN head unit.