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Cardo and JBL Team Up to Bring High-End Audio to Motorcycle Communication Systems

The new partnership introduces premium JBL audio systems embedded into Cardo’s PACKTALK lineup.

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Cardo Systems and JBL have come together to develop new audio products for helmet communications systems. The collaboration between Cardo System and JBL will deliver a premium audio experience to motorcyclists. Cardo System’s PACKTALK lineup featuring JBL technology is set to debut in early 2019.

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“We have been relentlessly committed to enhancing our users’ joy of riding, ever since pioneering the Motorcycle Bluetooth category back in 2004. This partnership is yet another powerful example of the innovation behind that ongoing commitment,” said Dr. Abraham Glezerman, Cardo’s founder and CEO. “Much like Cardo, JBL has led its industry, always on the forefront of passion, quality and innovation. JBL and its world-class audio solutions will allow us to bring our customers a new standard of sound for the best riding experience possible.”

Cardo says the things that riders are most passionate about when looking for a communication device are performance, ease-of-use and sound quality. The company’s breakthrough product was the Dynamic Mesh Communication platform, which improved ease-of-use with one-step natural voice commands. Now the two companies will look to break a new barrier for riders: premium audio.

“JBL sound powers life’s most epic moments – and we’re excited to elevate the motorcycle riding experience through our world-class audio,” said Dave Rogers, President, Consumer Audio, HARMAN. “Partnering with Cardo Systems on this line of new products is a perfect way to bring premium sound to the motorcycle community.”

For more, visit Cardo at INTERMOT in Hall 06.1, Stand A040 B047

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