|Public (NASDAQ: VOXX)|
|Founder||John J. Shalam|
|Headquarters||150 Marcus Blvd.
Hauppauge, New York
|John J. Shalam, Chairman
Patrick M. Lavelle, President, CEO
Charles M. Stoehr, CFO
Premium High End Audio
|Revenue||US$757.4M (FY 2015)|
|US$16.59M (FY 2015)|
|US$-0.942M (FY 2015)|
|Total assets||US$677.5M (FY 2015)|
|Total equity||US$396.1M (FY 2015)|
Number of employees
|2,100 (FY 2015)|
Voxx International, formerly Audiovox Corporation, is an American consumer electronics company founded in 1965 and headquartered in Hauppauge, New York. The company specializes in three areas: OEM and after-market automotive electronics, consumer electronics accessories, and consumer and commercial audio equipment.
Voxx International's domestic brands include: Acoustic Research, Advent, Code Alarm, Invision, Jensen, Klipsch, Prestige, RCA, 808 Audio, and Terk, among others. Its international brands include: Hirschmann, Heco, Incaar, Oehlbach, Mac Audio, Magnat, Audiovox Germany, and Schwaiger, among others. In addition the company licenses the Energizer brand.
Audiovox Corporation markets its products under the Audiovox brand name and other brand names, including:
- Acoustic Research
- Audiovox - (Audiovox Snapper)
- Audiovox Car Connection
- Hirschmann Car Communication
- Zentral Home Command
- InVision Technologies
- Jensen Electronics
- Surface Clean
- RCA Symphonix
- 808 Audio
VOXX International Corp also distributes private labels through a domestic and international distribution network. The Company also functions as an original equipment manufacturers (OEM) supplier to major automobile manufacturers.
Audiovox products include mobile multi-media video products, including in-dash, OE radio, overhead, headrest and portable mobile video entertainment systems; autosound products, including radios, speakers, and amplifiers; satellite radios, including plug and play models and direct connect models; automotive security and remote start systems and smartphone interface modules; automotive power accessories; rear observation and collision avoidance systems; lane departure and forward collision systems, personal Navigation devices, and portable DVD players.
Accessories products include high-definition television HDTV Antennas; WiFi antennas; high-definition multimedia interface HDMI accessories; home electronic accessories, such as cabling; other connectivity products; power cords; performance enhancing electronics; Powerline connect system, television universal remotes; flat panel television mounting systems; iPod specialized products; wireless headphones; rechargeable battery backups (UPS) for camcorders, cordless phones and portable video (DVD) batteries and accessories as well as digital camcorders, MP3 players, Internet Radio products, digital voice recorders, clock radios, digital picture frames, under-the-cabinet TVs and home and portable shelf systems.
On March 14, 2003, Audiovox said it planned to restate results for the first three quarters of fiscal 2002, following a review of the effect of the FASB's Emerging Issues Task Force regulations on its statements. The restatement would lower revenue by about $462,000 and increase income by $36,000. On April 15, 2003, Audiovox announced to restate results for fiscal years 2000, 2001, and the first three quarters of fiscal 2002.
- VOXX FY2015 Annual Report
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