Next they showed off overhead
drop-down DVD units for the car. One item of note was the ADV285P which features dual 8.5-inch drop-down screens so two
passengers in the back seat can enjoy completely independent displays courtesy of two independent DVD players. Retailing
for $1799, the ADV285P features dual wireless headsets that can swap audio channels on the fly should you decide to
feign interest in what's on your neighbor's screen. Another device was a PMP that embeds right into the car's headrest,
so users can have the flexibility of a portable media player able to download content from any machine that turns into a
headrest media player in the car.
Up next, a bunch of devices that
will utilize XM's new passport device. A complete line of consumer products from boomboxes to shelf systems to car nav
systems will support XM's tiny tuner device that makes your XM subscription portable -- they'll feature ports that
accept the passport module and connect the device to your XM subscription.
Last up, Audiovox shows off what they're doing in your living room with their Home Decor line. Essentially,
Home Decor is a line of faux-furniture-type speakers designed to blend your audio system into the home. These
acoustically transparent, high-end 5.1 surround sound speakers and speaker-casings are shaped like clocks,
candle-holders, plant-holders, and even fake books when you want to give your home that special faux intellectual