Lincoln Adds Premium Sounds of Revel Audio Systems to Vehicles

UPDATED 1/21/2015

In what is being touted as a major “get” for Lincoln, the brand recently announced a ten-year partnership with Revel Audio Systems giving the luxury vehicle manufacturer premium sound to its vehicles.

“The Lincoln collaboration with Revel is the next step in our commitment to build vehicles that exceed luxury expectations,” said Matt VanDyke, global director, Lincoln. “Revel is synonymous with the finest home speaker systems, and it’s that exceptional audio experience we want our Lincoln drivers to enjoy.”

Revel’s automotive audio systems will be seen – and heard – for the first time in the next-generation Lincoln MKX midsize utility, unveiled this week at the North American International Auto Show.

The Revel Ultima system is standard on Lincoln Black Label MKX editions and available on Reserve models. It features 19 speakers with point source architecture, positioning the tweeter and midrange speakers close together for superior audio quality.

Lincoln’s Revel audio systems feature QuantumLogic Surround®. This next-generation surround-sound technology delivers an authentic, multi-dimensional experience while eliminating the smearing effects that often hamper typical surround-sound systems. Patented Clari-Fi™ technology offering advanced, real-time music reconstruction for all compressed audio sources; and a 20-channel high-voltage hybrid amplifier for class-leading dynamics and optimized transparency.

A 13-speaker Revel system designed for the ultimate audio quality experience is available on the all-new Lincoln MKX Select and Reserve.

Lincoln owners will use the MyLincoln Touch screen to select from three distinct listening modes – Traditional Stereo; Audience, for an intimate concert experience where the boundaries of the vehicle seemingly disappear; and On Stage, a surround-sound experience that puts listeners in the middle of it all, placing individual instruments and musical elements throughout the cabin.

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