Harman bought Bang and Olufsen. What’s it take to buy your own high-end OEM speaker manufacturer? About $157 million US dollars, in case you were wondering.
If I still had my ’68 Camaro, I would jump on the Hot Rod Power Tour with Kicker for the company’s fourth straight year as official car audio sponsor.
The Cadillac CT6 debuting in New York is set to get Bose audio. The last time I remember this much hype for a Bose car audio system, it was for a Ferrari.
When Mitsubishi gave us a tease for a New York Auto Show vehicle, we were hoping for it to be a Montero. But we’ll settle for the more refined Outlander.
The JVC KD-R85MBS is ready for boating season with a range of connectivity options and a full array of accessories to get your tunes wailing on the water.
Good news for your bike as the weather warms up: JL Audio just released its new HX range of ultra-compact amplifiers to give your bike’s audio a boost.
A new Smart EQ from Dual Electronics gives a lot more flexibility — we’re talking Bluetooth compatibility, folks — for larger audio systems.
The new smart is starting to hit the streets with newly-redesigned JBL audio systems that are light-years ahead of the original two-speaker first-gen units.
Someone did a great job of coordinating the interior light show in our 2015 MINI Cooper S — and the audio’s none too shabby, either.
A week in the 2015 Nissan Frontier PRO-4X is reminding me why I chose a Ford Ranger over a Fronty in 2007, and why I might change that decision today.
The 2016 Audi Q7 reportedly is the first-ever vehicle to be honored with the “Best Designed Interior” award at North American International Auto Show.
When the newly redesigned Hyundai Genesis is this good, it’s almost capable of making one think twice of purchasing the more expensive Hyundai Equus.