Alpine's Z928HD is an 8-inch oversize head unit--a first in the automotive aftermarket world.
Alpine Electronics of America, Inc. announced that it is shipping its new 1-DIN CD receivers which are compatible with SiriusXM’s newest in-vehicle satellite radio tuner. The CDE-124SXM and CDE-123 CD receivers are the first aftermarket head units that work with the new SXV100 SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner Kit and the first products to feature the new SiriusXM-Ready logo.
Enhanced Satellite Radio Features
The SXV100 receives SiriusXM programming on the XM network (XM subscription required) and provides integrated programming control in a compact package, without the need for additional translators or cables.
Alpine’s 2011 Training Tour has past the halfway mark. Each stop on the 12 city tour has been successful. The two most recent events, held in the Metro New York area and Boston, continued the pattern of success. “The level of participation we are seeing from Alpine dealers is so encouraging. Our dealers are investing in the Alpine brand as well as their businesses
Alpine's car audio, video and navigation systems can be found on highways across the country. Today, those same mobile media solutions can be found, and purchased, on the information superhighway as well. Alpine Electronics of America, Inc., the industry-leading provider of mobile media solutions, has teamed up with Shopatron to launch a service to shop online , allow ing U.S. customers to purchase products from its branded website for the first time.
Alpine USA has launched an ecommerce site that will make it products available online for the first time from its website.
Alpine Electronics of America, Inc. has announced the training tour schedule for its authorized Alpine retailers. The 2011 training tour will take place in 12 U.S. metropolitan areas over the next three months.
GRAPEVINE, TEX.- Alpine Electronics, which this year became the first manufacturer to integrate the Pandora Internet radio service into a vehicle head unit, plans to expand the technology to more units next year, the company said Monday during MERA's KnowledgeFest.
GRAPEVINE, TEX.- Selling customers on the virtues of in-car safety may not be easy, but it's necessary and can be a big boon to mobile retailers. That was the message delivered by Steve Witt, executive vice president of sales and marketing with DICE Electronics, in a morning keynote address at MERA KnowlegeFest.