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Get a close look at "Kit" here at the Mio booth where they are promoting their Knight Rider GPS system, complete with the original voice.
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Hyundai's Autonet audio video navigation systems features a GPS dual unit that can simultaneously show directions and maps to the driver while allowing the passenger to watch a DVD.
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This 2006 Cadillac Escalade was tricked out by the Installer Institute-- it features a total of 14 "Black Death" speakers by VIBE. Sculptural installation inspired by the Plague these speakers were named after.
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Hyundai's HED5 Concept car features a Car-Home Network control system so thorough that on the way home from work you can adjust your home's air conditioning, turn lights, music, or a DVD on. You can also warm up the car before you leave the house.
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FLIR specializes in thermal imaging systems for various applications, a technology for seeing intruders both night and day. Here they've outfitted a vintage Eldorado with "automotive night vision."
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Spot GPS sytems allow users to send their whereabouts to loved ones at the touch of a button, via email or messaging. Or send for help if you're in an accident with the 911 button.
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No need to find a drive in theatre, M+M Custom Audio has installed this 2006 Dodge Charger with seats that turn around to view a movie on the 47" LCD in back, featuring sound by Exonic Mobile Entertainment Systems.
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Azentek shows off it's new Smart Mirror- a rearview GPS system with bluetooth and backup camera technology built in.
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AT&T will soon be offering Cruiscast Entertainment, an in-vehicle satellite TV service with 22 channels and a buffering system so that your viewing will go uninterrupted as long as the satellite is getting a signal 1.5 out of every 3 minutes. After the installation fee the service will be about 28$ per month.
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Zamz Audio has installed this Chrysler 300 SRT8 with 2nd Skin noise control, and a set of Image Dynamics Speakers that are all under the dashboard for superior sound quality.
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