Meridian to continue supplying audio systems in JLR’s next-gen electric cars

British automaker group JLR has decided to extend its long-term engineering collaboration with British audio innovator Meridian for the supply of the latter’s in-car audio systems within JLR’s next generation of electric vehicle architectures. The partnership between JLR and Meridian commenced in 2010 with both brands coming together to make audio systems for all brands within JLR’s House of Brands comprising Jaguar, Land Rover, Range Rover, Defender, and Discovery. Callum Hubbard, Technical Specialist – Vehicle Audio Technology at JLR, said: “The collaborative partnership between JLR and Meridian allows us to deliver fantastic sounding audio systems while being sympathetic to the design language of the vehicles. Together we will ensure the listening experience in our vehicles continues to be as engaging and enjoyable as possible.” All Range Rover models get equipped with the 1600W 35-speaker Meridian Signature Sound System which includes two 20W speakers in each of the four main headrests for an immersive sound experience. Meridian further offers the third-generation Active Noise Cancellation system that generates a canceling signal, played through the vehicle’s speakers, to cancel out the wheel vibrations, tire noise, and engine sounds transmitted into the cabin. 

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