8:08AM - Ok, we're getting started. Tom Malone, President of Audiovox, is on stage, talking about the RCA A/V Group acquisition. Gets into the eight CES Innovations awards that the company's products have won.
Keep reading after the break for the rest of the liveblog...
8.12AM - Stressing ease of use for RCA DAPs, including auto-loading software, new user interface, and EasyRip media software.
8:19AM - Now the WPA24 wireless receiver/transmitter for speakers from Acoustic Research, claims almost no interference. Also from AR, an iPod-capable tabletop radio.
8:25AM - Now we have Jensen car audio, including the company's first integrated nav system. Going over the Kids and Cars program, which helps makes the little ones safer. One such product is their backup cam system.
8:27AM - New headrest monitors with touchscreens, USB ports, SD card slots, and even an iPod connection. Also new is a DIY, universal headrest kit with integrated LCD display. Three colored sleeves included to match a vehicle's interior, all for $700.
8:30AM - Going over the Audiovox XpressEZ and XpressR XM radios, both of which we've seen before. New is a $100 boombox dock, the Portable Sound System. Another, smaller docking system will also be available.
8:32AM - Introduces the XM Direct2 Programmable Digital Adapter, with which installers can add XM to non-Audiovox head units like Sony, Alpine, and Pioneer.
8:40AM - Things seem to be wrapping up, showing off the Bluetooth Mini-Bridge Stereo Headset that we recently saw from AR. Here's an AR wireless music remote for your iPod, up to 100-feet away. Least exciting, a bunch of antennas for digital reception under the TERK brand. Smart antennas promise to auto-tune supported boxes.
8:42AM - Ah, spoke too soon. Here come the questions...um, no questions. Stay tuned for a booth tour!