About Audiovox Xcs9
Audiovox Corporation markets handsets, wireless communication solutions, and accessories. The company also offers services for wireless carriers, security products, consumer electronics, automotive entertainment, and various other automotive electronic accessories. Their customers include Vodafone, Ameritech, Frontier, PrimeCo Communications, GTE Mobilnet, Air AirTouch Communications, and Verizon Communications. Their various trademarks include Rampage, Pursuit, Prestige, and Audiovox. The current president of Audiovox is Philip Christopher, though it was founded by John J. Shalam in 1965. Within a decade of its establishment in 1975, Audiovox achieved its first $100 million sales' year. The Audiovox XCS9 is a digital wireless FM transmitter which comes with 14 built-in selectable frequency settings. Though its design is relatively low key, the same cannot be said about its features. It has a large 6-line LCD display with blue backlighting, therefore, reducing any strains to the eye. More than 20 songs can be stored in its memory capture feature, which then searches all pre-tuned XM channels for these songs. The listing of these songs can be done in advance, either by channel name, artist name, or title of the song. The Audiovox XCS9 comes with a cigarette lighter power adapter and also scrolls sports scores and keeps track of stocks. It has an on screen clock along with an alarm and sleep timer feature. It has adjustable mounting brackets for easy fixing. Also included is a compact magnetic proof mount antenna for clarity and good sound quality. Its 3.5mm jack helps connect directly to aftermarket radios via RCA input, a feature that can be further enhanced by an optional SATRCA cable.