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Wall of sound

Treo Engineering's tower of truck

Knight Rider in the house

Sound quality parking lot

Bosch's bullish booth

Boss Audio's showing

Mitek's mighty demonstrations

Kenwood's sweet rides

Kicker's urban alley

Smaller manufacturers converge

iPhone goes auto

High-energy car tech booth

The Phonics Audio booth features its wares neatly installed in a Plexiglas wall--a beautiful presentation.
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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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Mio's giant booth in North Hall features KITT, but no David Hasselhoff.
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The Car Audio Sound Quality showcase looks more like a racing pit.
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Bosch is busy setting up a large stage/booth combo in the center of North Hall.
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Boss Audio also makes a bold appearance at CES 2009.
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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 audio's muscle cars look almost as fun as all the surrounding stereos.
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Kicker Performance Audio's booth's gritty backdrop comes complete with spray-painted tags.
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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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PosiMotion's booth promises the world's first "completely wireless gaming hub," and hints at deep iPhone integration.
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Even car batteries run high-tech at CES 2009.
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