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1.When was Audiovox Corporation founded?
2.Where and when was the company incorporated?
3.Where are Audiovox shares traded?
4.How many Class A common shares are outstanding?
5.How many Class B common shares are outstanding?
6.What analysts are covering the company?
7.How can I get copies of the coverage reports by the analysts?
8.What is Audiovox's fiscal year?
9.Can I buy Audiovox shares directly from the company?
10.Who is the Transfer Agent?
11.What is Audiovox's dividend policy?
12.Who do I contact to change information regarding my Audiovox shares?
13.How can I get a history of Audiovox's closing stock price?
14.When is the next Annual General Meeting of Stockholders?
15.When does Audiovox issue quarterly reports?
16.How can I acquire an annual report?
17.How can I receive historical financial information?
1.When was Audiovox Corporation founded?
 The company was founded in 1965 by current Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, John Shalam.

2.Where and when was the company incorporated?
 Audiovox was incorporated in Delaware on April 10, 1987.

3.Where are Audiovox shares traded?
 Audiovox shares trade on the Nasdaq National Stock Market under the symbol VOXX.

4.How many Class A common shares are outstanding?
 As of June 1, 2011, the Company had 20,828,492 shares of Class A common stock outstanding.

5.How many Class B common shares are outstanding?
 As of May 15, 2011, the Company had 2,260,954 shares of Class B common stock outstanding.

6.What analysts are covering the company?
 The company is currently covered by CL King & Associates.

7.How can I get copies of the coverage reports by the analysts?
 You should contact the analysts and/or the covering firms directly.

8.What is Audiovox's fiscal year?
 Our fiscal year is from March 1 until February 28.

9.Can I buy Audiovox shares directly from the company?
 No. Your local broker/investment advisor should be able to handle your stock activity.

10.Who is the Transfer Agent?
 Continental Stock Transfer & Trust Company in New York, NY. You can find them at: http://www.continentalstock.com

11.What is Audiovox's dividend policy?
 Since our initial public offering in 1987, we have not declared or paid any cash or stock dividends on our common stock, nor do we expect to pay any dividends on our common stock for the foreseeable future. The payment of dividends in the future will depend upon our earnings, operations, capital requirements, financial condition and other factors deemed relevant by the board of directors. The payment of any dividends is restricted by our current bank credit facility.

12.Who do I contact to change information regarding my Audiovox shares?
 If you are a registered shareholder, changes (i.e. name, address, phone, etc.) should be directed to: Continental Stock Transfer & Trust Company in New York, NY. They can be reached at: http://www.continentalstock.com. If you are a beneficial shareholder (holding in street name), changes should be directed to your broker.

13.How can I get a history of Audiovox's closing stock price?
 Please click on the Stock Chart link in this Investor Relations section and then browse to "Historical Price Lookup".

14.When is the next Annual General Meeting of Stockholders?
 Please refer to our Investor Relations Calendar.

15.When does Audiovox issue quarterly reports?
 Please refer to our Investor Relations Calendar.

16.How can I acquire an annual report?
 Annual reports can be downloaded in PDF format from this website using the Annual Report link. Form 10-K's and Form 10-Q's can viewed or printed by using the SEC Filings link also on this website. Of course, all documents can also be acquired by using the online request form, on this site or by contacting the company's investor relations representatives listed in the Contact Us section.

17.How can I receive historical financial information?
 See SEC Filings and related financial reports.