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Jensen Electronics

Jensen Electronics
Type Subsidiary
Founded 1915
Founders Peter Jensen
Area served United States and Germany
Products Consumer and Industrial Electronics
Parent Audiovox Corporation
Website [1]

Jensen Is a consumer electronics brand with a history that dates back to 1915 with Peter Jensen's invention of the first loudspeaker. Over the years the Jensen family of brands has grown to include Jensen, Advent, Acoustic Research (AR), Phase Linear and NHT Loudspeakers (Now Hear This) in the United States and Magnat and Macaudio in Germany. In 2004, Audiovox Corporation added the Jensen portfolio of brands to their mobile and consumer electronics lines.[1]

In the mid 1980's through 1996, Jeep used the Jensen AccuSound premium sound system in the Jeep Cherokee (XJ) and Jeep Grand Wagoneer (SJ) vehicles, as well as in the 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee (ZJ) and 1993 Jeep Grand Wagoneer (ZJ).

Product Lines

Jensen has six main product lines, all of which fit in the audio and video product categories. These lines include:

  • Jensen Mobile
  • Jensen Home Electronics
  • Jensen Accessories
  • Jensen Specialty
  • Jensen Marine
  • Jensen Heavy Duty

References

  1. ^ Jensen History

External links

  • Jensen Electronics
  • Audiovox brands, including Jensen
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