Audiovox Intros Aftermarket Seat Heaters at SEMA

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Audiovox is entering the category of aftermarket seat heaters as a new profit category for retailers in colder regions of the U.S.

SEMA show logoAudiovox will show a line of 5 seat warmers at the SEMA show that install under the seat leather, requiring professional installation.  The SEMA Show  kicks off Tuesday in Las Vegas.

“Our entrée into the category gives our dealers in cold weather states, which make up a big portion of the country, with an additional profit opportunity,”  said Audiovox Electronics President Tom Malone. He added, “Seat heaters have emerged as a growing category in the aftermarket and this new line should give our dealers enough options to supply most consumer requests for the product.”

The units come with carbon fiber heater pads—one for the seat cushion and one for the seat back– offered in a few different sizes at suggested retail prices from $119 to $159.

Audiovox Soundbar for iPad
Audiovox Soundbar

Audiovox is also introducing at the  SEMA show, a soundbar that mounts on a tablet for use as part of a back seat video system or simply for portable use.

In addition, Audiovox announced a full line of iPad accessories for the car.

The new Audiovox Soundbar has built-in Bluetooth with audio streaming. It connects to an iPad or other tablets or smartphones via Bluetooth or a 3.5mm audio jack.   It has a built-in rechargeable battery with a 10 hour capacity to boost the audio output of your tablet.   It comes with a special bracket to work with all Audiovox’s tablet headrest brackets.

The Soundbar comes with a USB charging cable and is available now at a suggested retail price of $99.99.

A second soundbar without Bluetooth (it uses a 3.5mm connector)  is available at $89.99.

Audiovox iPad headrest mount
Audiovox iPad headrest mount

Audiovox’s new headrestiPad mounts include the IPD-2FM for the iPad2 which has a built in FM transmitter to play audio through the car’s sound system.  It also has a built-in charging port and a dual channel IR headphone transmitter at $149.99 It’s joined by several other iPad2 mounts plus secondary kits so you may use your iPad mount in a second vehicle.

Audiovox is also displaying at the SEMA show its GPS module for its CarLink car tracking system, and new Ford Sync-compatible OE Fit radios (first shown at KnowledgeFest).

Source: Audiovox


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