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Published on January 15th, 2019 | by Hammer

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Genesis & Rolls Royce Uses Lexicon Hi-Fi…….The Best In Sound Delivery

The winner of the 2014 Technical Grammy Awards is also the sound system of choice in the 2017 Genesis (the luxury vehicle division of Hyundai Motors). But even before we explain more, it must be understood that for a Lexicon audio system to be installed in a luxury car, the car cabin must be first super insulated with simply the best materials in the business used to deliver a truly luxurious audio experience to the passengers of the car.

Also to note…..Lexicon audio was used by Rolls Royce in their Phantom which costs some 6 times more than this Genesis.

Genesis strives to create the finest automobiles and related products and services for connoisseurs around the globe. It’s no surprise then that Lexicon was chosen as the state-of-the-art audio partner for this premium vehicle. Combining the Genesis vehicle design and engineering with the unparalleled sonic excellence of Lexicon is the new standard. Lexicon is an American audio engineering and manufacturing company from Waltham, Massachusetts, an is one of the most important pioneers in 20th-century audio. Delay and reverb, two of the most ubiquitous and important audio effects, are both frequently traced back to the breakthroughs Lexicon made in the 1970s.

Lexicon’s passion for audio is on the same level as your passion for driving. Distinguish yourself with 17 high-performance speakers and 900 watts of power delivering 3-dimensional dynamic audio. Feel like you are in the audience at a concert or hear isolated audio elements like you are right on stage. With Lexicon, you hear the results of decades’ worth of technological experience, research and artistic passion.

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