8 Reasons to Get Excited about Connected Car Systems

Connected Car technology is quickly developing as cars are becoming more than a means of personal transportation. The great thing about this trend is that the technology is looking to make everyone a better driver and the road a safer place to travel through. When one starts thinking about connected cars, it is easy to […]

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Volvo lovers: Davis Meet Weekend is happening April

Davis Meet Weekend has grown over the years from a simple get together of the Volvo Club of America (VCOA) to a major Northern California event. Established in 1983, the Volvo Club has grown to be the organization in America for Volvo enthusiasts. We, at GROM Audio, are proud to be a continuing sponsor for this once-a-year […]

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Music Tribute: Prince

Prince Rogers Nelson–an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer from Minneapolis, Minnesota – was a music genius and pop icon. Known simply as “Prince,” he was a virtuoso who could play over 24 instruments including guitar, drums, bass, keyboards, and variety of brass. His style of music varied from R&B, Funk, Soul, Rock, Jazz, and […]

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Musical Tribute: David Bowie

David Bowie was a singer, songwriter and actor who was born in England.  He was widely consider as prolific and innovative for his pop compositions and performances. His recording legacy spans across five decades and encompasses several personas, pop music styles, arrangements, and sub-matter. With his first major hit in 1968 called “Major Tom,” which […]

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Musical Tribute: Leonard Cohen

Leonard Cohen is a singer songwriter from Canada who launched his career in 1967 with his debut album “Songs of Leonard Cohen.” The album included classics like “Suzanne,” “So Long, Marianne,” and “The Stranger Song.” In 1977, he released his album “Death of a Ladies’ Man,” which was co-wrote by Phil Spector.  During the 1960s […]

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How GROM’s Innovations Offer Safety and Congruence with California’s New Ban on Distracted Driving

  California has made it clear. If you drive with a steering wheel in one hand and your mobile device in another, you’re breaking the law. Last September, Governor Jerry Brown signed AB-1785. On January 1st, it became the law. This new law, also known as California Vehicle Code Sect. 23123.5, mandates that people may […]

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Christmas Story Series – Featuring Wirelinq

An Unexpected Present It all began days before. Mia’s mom called just to say hi and ask about Mia’s week. Eventually, the conversation drifted to how nice it was to see Brian and her for Thanksgiving, but ended with Mia’s mom admitting that her plans fell through with Mia’s aunt in Carson City. She was […]

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Christmas Story Series – Featuring Dashlinq

The Road Most Traveled The simple truth is that Anna’s mom lived five hours from San Francisco. John has taken the trip with Anna many times and now that they are getting married next spring, it was especially important to get everything right for the holidays. The packing had taken a while, especially preparing the […]

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How Music Affects Us

It always happens to me, especially in the worst circumstances. I find these situations especially disturbing since I’ve talked about it with friends and considered how it impacts my life. I’m on the freeway with my stereo blasting, listening to an FM radio station blasting hard rock. I have my two hands on my steering […]

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Nine Tips for a 4th of July Road Trip

The best pleasures are simple ones. Sometimes it’s great to leave everything behind and venture out on your own, or with friends and/or family. During the 4th of July weekend many American’s celebrate their nation’s birth by liberating themselves from their home and normal routine. Some people take the opportunity to pack their car and […]

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