April 29, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger
High-performance audio for your car can’t sound much better than this: Harman International has signed an alliance with Bowers & Wilkins to design and develop audio solutions for the automotive industry.
For a sample of what we’ve already seen from these brands separately, just look at what Harman brand Mark Levinson provided Lexus and what B&W offered Jaguar last year.
This should be a marriage made in heaven for car audio enthusiasts, or just high-performance audio enthusiasts.
The names under Harman International and the B&W Group speak for themselves. Harman’s roster includes, to name a few, Harmon Kardon, JBL, Lexicon, Mark Levinson and Revel, while B&W’s feature Classe and Rotel.
We can’t wait to hit the road cranking up tunes from the system these guys dream up.
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