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Wall of sound

The Phonics Audio booth features its wares neatly installed in a Plexiglas wall--a beautiful presentation.
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Treo Engineering's tower of truck

Treo Engineering wins the prize for largest vehicle on the show floor with its larger-than-monster truck. This repeat CES visitor shows off a TV screen in the wheel well.
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Knight Rider in the house

Mio's giant booth in North Hall features KITT, but no David Hasselhoff.
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Sound quality parking lot

The Car Audio Sound Quality showcase looks more like a racing pit.
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Bosch's bullish booth

Bosch is busy setting up a large stage/booth combo in the center of North Hall.
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Boss Audio's showing

Boss Audio also makes a bold appearance at CES 2009.
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Mitek's mighty demonstrations

The Mitek booth greets entrants to the hall with an astoundingly large speaker on a pedestal: the MTX Audio "Jack Hammer 24."
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Kenwood's sweet rides

Kenwood audio's muscle cars look almost as fun as all the surrounding stereos.
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Kicker's urban alley

Kicker Performance Audio's booth's gritty backdrop comes complete with spray-painted tags.
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Smaller manufacturers converge

A large section of the North Hall houses many smaller--but still interesting--navigation and in-car tech system developers and manufacturers. This booth, for Ackton Transportation Technologies, introduces obstacle detection technologies.
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iPhone goes auto

PosiMotion's booth promises the world's first "completely wireless gaming hub," and hints at deep iPhone integration.
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High-energy car tech booth

Even car batteries run high-tech at CES 2009.
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