Voxx International

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VOXX International Corporation
Traded asNASDAQVOXX (Class A)
Russell Microcap Index component
FounderJohn J. Shalam
Headquarters150 Marcus Blvd.
Hauppauge, New York
Key people
John J. Shalam (Chairman)
Patrick M. Lavelle (CEO)
Charles M. Stoehr (CFO)
ProductsConsumer electronics
Mobile electronics
Premium High End Audio
RevenueDecreaseUS$757.4M (FY 2015)[1]
DecreaseUS$16.59M (FY 2015)[1]
DecreaseUS$-0.942M (FY 2015)[1]
Total assetsDecreaseUS$677.5M (FY 2015)[1]
Total equityDecreaseUS$396.1M (FY 2015)[1]
Number of employees
2,100 (FY 2015)[1]

Voxx International is an American consumer electronics company founded as Audiovox Corporation in 1965 and renamed Voxx in 2012. It is headquartered in Hauppauge, New York. The company specializes in four areas: OEM and after-market automotive electronics, consumer electronics accessories, and consumer and commercial audio equipment.

Voxx International over the years has purchased a number of recognizable brandnames when the original companies were no longer viable as independent specialty shops, including Acoustic Research, Advent, Code Alarm, Invision, Jensen, Klipsch, Prestige, RCA, 808 Audio, and Terk, among others. Its international brands include Audiovox, Hirschmann, Heco, Incaar, Oehlbach, Mac Audio, Magnat, Schwaiger, and others. In addition the company licenses the Energizer brand.


Voxx International markets its products under several brand names, including:

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In 2013 Audiovox developed the app for a new accessory device called Shutterball.[2] Cellcom Communications holds the exclusive rights to the device.


On March 14, 2003, Audiovox said it planned to restate results for the first three quarters of fiscal 2002, following a review of the effect of the FASB's Emerging Issues Task Force regulations on its statements. The restatement would lower revenue by about $462,000 and increase income by $36,000.[3] On April 15, 2003, Audiovox announced to restate results for fiscal years 2000, 2001, and the first three quarters of fiscal 2002.


  1. ^ a b c d e f "VOXX FY2015 Annual Report". SEC.gov. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
  2. ^ Roy Furchgott (5 November 2013). "Taking a Better Selfie With an Audiovox App". The New York Times. Retrieved 6 November 2014.
  3. ^ "Audiovox to Restate Results for Fiscal 2000, 2001 and the First Three Quarters of 2002".

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