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PASMAG gives kudos to the CZ401

Cypress, CA (September 23, 2011) – PASMAG says, "The Clarion CZ401 represents one of the highest performance units I have ever tested under the 250 dollar (US) price point. It will serve perfectly as a replacement for a factory radio, or as the cornerstone of a very high end audiophile system. This kind of performance and functionality isn’t generally found in this price range, so kudos to the Clarion team for developing an affordable, great sounding, uncommonly good product. If you’re considering a replacement for your existing single DIN radio, this Clarion should be at the top of your shopping list."

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About Clarion

Clarion Corporation of America, headquartered in Cypress, California, is a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Clarion Co. Ltd., headquartered in Tokyo, which has been a consolidated subsidiary of the Hitachi Group since 2007 and an international leader in car audio and electronics since 1940. The company is involved in the research, development, engineering, design, manufacturing, sales and marketing of mobile entertainment, navigation, communication and safety and security products for the automotive, marine, recreational vehicle, commercial fleet and heavy industry environments. Clarion has been the recipient of numerous awards for design innovation, support, manufacturing and product reliability from independent organizations and customers alike. The company has marketing and sales affiliates in Europe, North and South America, Asia and Australia. Clarion is located on the web at www.clarion.com.

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