Dual has now joined the increasing list of aftermarket auto sound suppliers after it has released its new OE Fit Car A/V, Navigating system that will accommodate cars electronics system. The first prototype receiver was first seen on display at North Hall, Booth 1818 of the Las Vegas Conventional Center.
Dual and its Korean parent company Namsung are working in collaboration with China’s major provider of the classic OEM-fit A/V receivers Coagent to produce OE-fit auto products intended for the North American consumers. Dual is under Namsung which is Korea’s biggest independent car electronics manufacturers.
Coagent is tasked to develop a complete line up of multimedia system fitting the data system of CAN-BUS OEM for global car brands like Volkswagen, Toyota, Hyundai, Chevrolet, Ford, Honda, Nissan and others. Dual stated that Namsung will give hands-on contributions to the graphical onscreen interface that will allow automatic easy-to-use riders experience.
Dual has been in the business and have gained comfortable reputation with their long lists of car electronics products. It has the latest GPS navigation technology with its In-Dash Car Navigation system which allows to be loaded with various type navigation systems dependent on car manufacturer and brand model.
On the other hand Dual OE<Fit-In Dash Car Navigation is engineered to be compatible to a specific model. This lessens the burden and cost of customizing and replacing car’s radio. Dual OE-Fit receiver is fitted for features such as built-in Bluetooth, iPod and iPhone connectivity to keep users connected and entertained.
Dual also offers accessories with its Car Navigation packages that totally eliminated the figuring out of what and how to complete the navigation system for any car owner. Its navigation system package includes single A/V receiver unit with GPS built-in and bundled with all essential compatible navigation unit.
With Dual new partnership with Coagent, market enthusiasts are debating whether this will bring the aftermarket sales in boom since Coagent is seen as an important player in OEM-Fit A/V manufacturing and developers. The product is also set to be available in the market in the second half of the year.
Dual is still keeping its silent on other information about the new products adding only that the product will make a big shift in OE-Fit A/V navigation system. Nevertheless, the public is also waiting for the final release and will judge the product for its benefits and usefulness.
With downscaling sales of Car-in dash head units and navigation devices, Dual is all positive that with its new OE-Fit A/V products, there a new trend will surmise and which can be look at as a reaction from the consumers.